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THE DALLES. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1892.
W. E. GARRETSON,
SULK AOEST KOH THK
All Watch Work Warranted.
Jewelry Made to Order.
138 Second St.. The Italic. Or.
Kranieh and Bach Pianos.
Our pall ljT)e
Of Clothing and Furnishing
Goods is now "complete. You.
NO DEMOCRATIC SAND.
The Last act of Tiie Party a Snrrenfler
" . to The Populists. 1. :-
Tlfe WHOLE TICKET 'INELIGIBLE.
By seeing our stock before
making your purchases.
Recognised as Standards of the high
est grade of manufacture. ' -
Speaking of patent medicines, the
Judge saya : "I wish to deal fairly and
honorably with all, and when 1 hud an
article that will do what it is recom
mended to do, I am not ashamed to say
so. I am acquainted with Dr. Vander
pool (having been treated by him for
cancer), and have used his blood medi
cine, known as the S. B. Headache and
Liver Cure, and while I am 75 years old,
and have used many pills and other
remedies for the blood, liver and kid-
nevs, I must say that for a kidnev tonic
in Brights disease, and as an alterative !
for the blood, or to correct the action of
the stomach and bowels, it is a very su
perior remedv, and beats anything I
ever tried. J. B. Nelson,
At oO cents a bottle. It is the poor
man s friend and family doctor.
D R U OS
I Retail Lriits.
Handled by Three Registered Druggists.
ALSO ALL THE LEADING
1 - Tailor,
JText,door to "Wasco Sun.
Just Received, a fine stock of Suitings,
Pants Patterns, etc., of all latest
Styles, at Low Prices.
Madison's Latest System used in cutting
garments, and a lit guaranteed
Fepaifincj and Cleaning
Neatly and Quickly Done.
i Patent CQedieines and Druggists Sundries,
HOUSE PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.
Agents for Murphy's Fine Varnishes and the only agents in
The Watchward of Did Liners, is Now
"Anything to-Beat Harrison."
TACITLV OBEYING THEIR MASTERS.
It la The Only Thing For us to do!"
Gasps Chairman Dan Murphy A
"No, I do not think there is a demo
crat in the state who will not "vote the
ticket. 'I believe they are earnestly for
Cleveland,' and the surest way of assur
ing' the election of - Cleveland is to pre
vent that of Harrison. : The democrats
would lie foolish not to fortify them
selves ' at every point to secure this
Birth Day Party. -
Telegram. Hon."- Willtani- tEatlow,
who was one of the first white men to
coss the Cascade mountains by the Bar
low pass, and has lived in Clackamas
county since 1845, celebrated his 70th
birthday a few days ago at his- home at
Barlow station.. The entire Carlo w fam
ily and a number of intimate friends
were present and enjoyed the occasion
thoroughly. - Mrs. Barlow, who is a
month older than her husband, pre
sented him with a handsome painting of
the snow peaks Three Sisters, executed
by. herself. .The famous Barlow road
was named after this venerable pioneer.
Mr. Barlow has seen Portland grow
from a few log cabins into a great and
beautiful city. . '
BLAINE'S NEW BOOK.
A Wort in Contemplation Which Will
: Rewire Two Years Labor. . .
HIS VIEW OF THE COMING VOTE
Niagara Falls Tunnell to be Extended
Daring the Winter. :
A CASK OF LEPROSY REPORTED.
The Patient a Philadelphia Woman'
SIxty-SeTen Tears of Age Minor
the City for The Sherwin, Williams Co.'s Paints.
The Largest Dealers . in Wall Paper.
Finest Line of Imported Key West and Domestic
Agent for Tansill s Punch. -
129 Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon
Stubling I Williams.
THE DALLES, -
"Dealers in Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Milwaukee Beer on Draught.
US. H. Young,
BiacKsmiiti & wagon SfioD
General Blacksmithing and Work done
promptly, and all work
C ELEB RAT!E D
: THE DALLES,
Horse Shoeing a Speciality
WM: BUTLER & CO..
Third Street, opposite the oil Iieoe StaM.
The St. Charles Hotel,
Building Material, Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.
This old, popular and reliable house
has been entirely refurnished, and every
room has been repapered and repainted
and newly carpeted throughout. The
house contains 170 rooms and is supplied
.with every modern -convenience. . Rates
reasonable. A Rood restaurant attached
to the house. . Frer bus to and from, all
C. W KNOWLES, Prop.
A liberal discount to the trade in ail lines handled by us.
JEFFERSON STREET, between Second and Railroad.
THE DALLES, OB
Fioin the Portland Telegram.
Can- Weaver carry Oregon
electoral ticket is withdrawn?"
The above is the substance of a dis
patch received from the national demo
cratic committee by the state central
committee here last night, and the
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. 51. Colvig answered by wire
from Roseburg that, owing to the serious
illness Of his father, he would be unable
to come to 'Portland. Messrs. Noland
and Butcher held a conference with the
chairman and members of the state
central committee at the democratic
headquarters this afternoon.
A Telegram reporter called upon
Chairman Dan R. Murphy this morning,
and asked him what action would be
taken by the state central committee
regarding the matter. - -
"Whatever is done said Mr. . Murphy,
"will be done by electoral candidates by
their own volition. The state central
committee cannot withdraw the electors,
but if they should see fit to resign, their
resignations would be accepted. .. The
matter will be laid before them, -and
they will be advised of the national
committee's wishes. This is as far as
the state central committee will go."
"What will the electors do in the
I presume they will continue their
canvass," replied jUr. Murphy with a
smile-. "I have talked with the electors,
and they have all told me they are will
ing to withdraw, and I presume they
will do this." ......
"In vour judgment, is this a wise
thing for the democrats to do?"
Yes, sir!: It is the only thing for us
to do.: The only way for us to fight the
devil.ia with fire.'"-, ,
'?Will the Weavertlcket be elected?"
".Ye, sir, by 14,000 ; majoritv. Both
the democratic and people's parties have
been gaining votes since the June elec
tion., while the republicans lost. All the
members of both parties will stand firm
for the weaver ticket, ana no power on
earth can defeat it.-
" Will not democrats regard it as an
indorsement of the Omaha platform?"
I believe I am as good a democrat as
there is in the state of Oregon, and
can more easily indorse the Omaha
platform than the Minneapolis ; that- is,
of two evils, I believe in choosing the
least. The democrats cannot carry the
state, and it resolved itself into a ques
tion of whether Harrison or . Weaver
should get the electoral vote of Oregon.
As it now stands in this state, it is
everything 'vs. - McKinleyism and the
force bill, which are the paramount
planks of the democratic platform
Will the democrats continue the
work of the campaign fo the Weaver
"Yes, more zealously than before
Believing we will be successful, the dem
ocrats will have a greater incentive' to
work, and harder work will be done
than ever before in this state
"Will not the republicans who have
gone over to the peoples party return to
the republican fold?" .
"No, .sir; the ' republicans . who have
gone over to the peoples party have left
the republican party for a principle and
there is no reason for their desertion of
the principle contended for, because the
democrats propose to aid them in carry
ing out that principle."
"Will not some of the democrats bolt
the Weaver ticket?"
v Grain Unsold.
: Des Moines, Nov. 2. The Iowa
weather and crop bureau have issued a
circular to crop correspondents asking
estimates of the percentage of last year's
crops of corn and oats remaining in the
hands of producers Oct. 31. ' Reports re
ceived from eighty-four counties show
an average of 8V per cent of corn and 7
per cent of oats in farmers' hands on
that date. From some localities reports
were to the effect that as much of the
new crop has been consumed by feeders
as there is remaining of the old crop of
. Tin Flate In Illinois.
" , Chicago, Nov. 2. TheSwansea steel
and tin-plate company ot (Jmcago was
incorporated yesterday. The incorpora
tors are Walter, R. Howard, L. L. Shir
ley and J. E. Roberts. The concern has
a capital stock of $200,000 and'is the out
come of a syndicate of Welsh tin manu
facturers who have been prospecting for
factory sites in the northwest. Tne first
one is to be established at St., Paul Park,
suburb of St. Paul, Minn., Eight or
more large buildings are to be erected.
The structures will be begun before Jan
1st, 1893. ,
The Lone and Short of It.
Review. As for the opening of the
Columbia river : -, well, it was Grover
Cleveland who vetoed a river and har
bor bill and set the work back for years,
and.it was the last democratic house
which killed the appropriation for the
dalles boat railway; an appropriation
voted by the republican "senate. It is
just as well to. be frank in these matters
and to tell the entire truth. The peo
ple are generally capable of judging for
- Sockless Jerry.
Review. Jerry Simpson has practi
cally abandoned his fight for congress in
the Seventh Kansas district, and is lay
ing his wires for the United States sen
ate. Kansas" has been gerrymandering
into a condition that renders possible
the election of . a populist legislature
even should the state go largely for Har
rison, and it is upon the possibilities of
this . gerrymander that the eockless
statesman bases his hope. -
The Question of Bowls.
Capital Journal. There has been
much said the past year about better
roads being needed in Oregon. How
much better are they? It was predicted
tbat the new law requiring road tax
be paid in cash would work a great ref
ormation. ' Has any reform coin e through
this source? We would like farmers and
others to tell what they know about this
matter. . . .
Washington, Nov. 1. James G.
Blaine has in contemplation a . labor
which will probably take bim two years
to complete. He intends to write an-'
other book, but as yet Mr. Blaine has
not been able to decide between a second
edition of "Twenty Years in Congress"
and a book to be entitled "Memoirs of
James (i JB'aine." Mr. Blaine has given
much thought to this subject and will
commence his labors in a very short
time. . Mr. Blaine will not go home to
cast nis ballot for Harrison and i;ied be
cause the trip is a long one and the doc
tor advises against it. He has expressed '
the opinion that Harrison in the presi
dential contest has the best of the fight.
This in Colorado.
Denver, Nov. 1. The remaining, two
representatives of the people's party on
the electoral ticket, substituted, by the
Cleveland democrats wben -they with--,
drew their presidential electors, yester-:
day declined to serve as Cleveland repre
sentatives, and together with" their coir-,
leagues endeavored to have' their names
removed from the Cleveland ticket. The
secretary of state this morning decided
he cannot interfere, thus forcing the ,
people's party electors to serve, on the
democratic ticket against their will. It
is not known now what will be the next
move by the people's party. .
The State of The Case.
Tacoma Herald. Seattle will not ad
mit that Elliott bay is not as fine a har
bor as any bay on the sound. Seattle
finds no fault with her natural harbor
but she wants, the government to make
her a present of f 10,000,000 to build an
artificial 4ne. There, is not a cent's
worth of benefit to the state in'the pro-
j$sed fresh water canal, but there's $10,-
000,000 more or less, in it for a few specu
lators. . . .
: Niagara Falls Tunnel.
Niagara Falls, Nov. 2. An extension
of the great tunnel 500 feet has been de-
termined on and the contract has been
let to A. C. Douglas and George H
Johneon. The former is the tunnel
canal and wheel-pit contractor, and- the'
latter has been interested with bim" and
has also conducted a commissary store
in the tunnel district. Work upon the'
extension has already begun. It is to be
completed February 1, 1893. . - .
. A Case dr Leprosy.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1. An American
woman, snowing every symptom ot lep
rosy, has been admitted to the municipal
hospital. . The patient is a woman of 67
years, who lias always resided in tnis
city, and never been abroad, nor near
any other person with leprosy to the
best of her knowledge..
, A Grave Objection.
Post Falls Post. This is a poor year for
republicans 1 3 bolt their ticket and vote,
for men who espouse any otber doctrine
than protection to American labor. A
laboring man who votes the lemocratic '
or populist ticket, votes in favor of hav ing
his wages cut down to a level with
the wages in vogue in a free trade
country, which are from 25 to 50 cents a
Chicago News. The piano players in.
New York have been holding a competi
tive contest to demonstrate which artist
has the greater endurance. One played
seventeen hours without stopping for "a'
rub-down or food and the other gave i in
at the end of sixteen hours and fifty-two
minutes. The beaten competitor is .
said to be in a condition of complete ex
haustion. The condition of those who
listened to the contest is not described.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report.