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About The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1896)
GENTLEMEN, drop in and see
H. E. Balch, Merchant Tailor, 78 Sec
ond street, for jSPRING and ; STJM
MER Suits. He shows the finest line
of foreign and domestic goods ever ex
hibited in The Dalles, at 'Frisco prices.
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OTTO B1RGFELD, Prop.
Fino Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
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( . . - SOLE AGENT FOR THE
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Celebrated Gambrinus Beer.
Garments made on premises. Pei.ect fi
The Dalles Daily Chfoniele
The only Republican Daily Newspaper n
' . Wasco County.
MAY 28. 1896
ARLINGTON'S SORRY PLIGHT,
A new circular issued by the O.
B. t N. Co. gives the following
tariff rates from points on its line to
the Atlantic seaboard: From The
Dalles, $1.15; Arlington, $1.55;
Ileppner, $1.65. The rato by the
boat company will undoubtedly be
much lower. , Tn this connection the
following article, taken from the
Fossil Journal, we deem of interest
to our readers, and consequently
gire it editorial space :
In the first place the difference in
favor of The Dalles, or rather against
Arlington -40 cents is too great,
aa wool is being hauled to The Dalles
from here for 75 cents, only 25
cents more than the cost of the haul
to, Arlington. Besides this, the
buyer who buys wool at Arlington
will, in addition to the 40 cent rate,
deduct for extra handling charges,
and Mr. Rettie considers that alto
: gether bwyers will, on account of
this, discriminate at least half a-cent
in, favor of The Dalles, even if ship
ping over the O. K. Jc N. East. But
. the grower who hauls his wool to
The Dalles need not ship over
the O. R. & N., as he will tficn have
competition, and may get better
rates East from another company.
Besides, The Dalles being a bigger
shipping point, there are always
more buj'crs there, and the seller has
the advantage of keen competition
among buyers for bis clip.
'And yet Arlington is wondering
i why the sheepmen of this section are
hauling their wool to The Dalles, in
stead of to Arlington as. formerty.
The fact is, the sheepmen are becom-
ing awakened to their own interests,
and need no longer be expected to
haul their wool to Arlington while
they can make a clear , saving of 25
cents per hundred pounds by baul
king it to The Dalles, leaving the ad
vantages of a better market out of
the question altogether. .. - This
' makes an average difference of more
than $100 on one year's clip to every
sheepman in this vicinity. "
It would seem to be poor policy
on the part of the O. ' R. fc N. to
drive the wool awa3T-from Arlington
to The Dalles where they stand a
chance of losing the long Eastern
baul, but a gentleman who recently
interviewed the agent at Arlington,
informs us that he told him bis com
pany would get , the wool, at . The
Dalles anyhow,. owing to pool ar
rangements they have with the other
companies. ' . . . ' "
Be that as it may, this does not
help Arlington, and her citizens had
better be stirring themselves for
better rr.les for our wool-growers if
they expect to handle much of our
wool. Already 40,000 pouuds have
gone to The Dalles, . and there are
yet 250,000 pounds in this immedi
"ate vicinit3 that will be shipped
' there unless the railway company
come down on its rates to The Dalles
and the East. Then there is about
the same quantity in the Lone Rock
- and Lost Valley sections, and as
. much more in the Condon neighbor
hood . yet unshipped, the bulk of
which. will no doubt find its way to
The Dalles, unless better inducements
: are offered to haul to Arlington, their
nearest J and natural shipping point.
One other, and not the least, reason
why Gilliam county wool is being
hauled to The Dalles is contained in
the fact that all the county papers
contain a strong advertisement re
questing the sheepmen to haul their
wool to The Dalles, and setting forth
the advantages to be derived from
compliance with such request.
In this article nothing has been
said of back freight, which is being
hauled out from The Dalles by the
wool freighters. Much of this
freight reaches The Dalles by water,
paying no tribute whatever to the
railroad company, which it would be
compelled tq do if Arlington were,
the shipping point. Every freighter
who goes to The Dalles with wool is
bringing back a load of merchandise,
and Arlington will be blind indeed if
she do not gather a hint from this.
Our desire is to have Arlington for
our shipping point, but : it would
seem that, as things exist at present,
it is to our interest to . transfer at
least a part of our shipping trade to
The Dalles.- - - :
When Baby was sick, we gav? her Castoria.
When she was a. Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Mis, she clung to Castoria,
Then she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
-In the fall of 1893 a eon of Mr. T. A.
McFarland, a prominent merchant ol
Live Oak, Sutter county, Calif., was
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Remedy and it always cures them. He
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Are now located on Second Street, between Washington and
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and Dress Goods, Cloaks,-Capes, Shoes; and every
thing else found in a first-class Dry Goods (Store. ; .
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CLOSING OUT SALE
of DRY GOODS
CLOTHING-. FURNISHING- GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and OAFS.
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These Goods Must Be Sold Less Than Cost.
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"Tiere is a tide in the affairs
' The poet unquestionably had reference to. Xpe ' '
at CRAMDALL& BU RGET'S,
Who are selling these goods out at greatly-reduced rates
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94 SECOND STREET,
Ltiq ciots ,
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Brewery Beer on Draught.
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