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THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1895.
WHO WILL IT BE?
More Gossip About the Next
WILLIAM C. WHITNEY SAYS NO.
The Vnton Pacific Going to Pieces Debs
Begins his Prison Ilfe on
Boston, Jane, 10. Ex-Secretary of
the Navy W. C. Whitney was inter
viewed at the home of hia mother, in
Brookline, last night. He said :
"I am not and will not be a presiden
tial candidate. If the silver men should
carry the next democratic convention, it
will split the party.
The democrats must
stand for eonnd
mnoey. There are
a good many sound
money men in the
West and South,
and the Memphis
convention, I think,
M CJWnlTNfcT" has helped the cause
along. Carlisle's speech at the conven
tion Tas an excellent one, and deserves
to be widely read. It has undoubtedly
had an influence in the South. I think
the peopla will eventually treat this
question the same as they did the green
back question. They waDt sound money
now juBt as much as they did then."
Mr. Whitney said he felt, however,
tha( the free-silver question was liable
to assume the same proportions or even
greater than did the greenback move
ment. He said the organized educa
tional movement was necessary to coun
I teract the spread of the free-silver ciaze.
"I do not think the repuDlicane will
care to reopen the tariff question again,"
he said. "They see they would gain
nothing by it. The money question will
dominate everything in the next cam
paign ' unless there is a radical change
in sentiment within the next year:"
Mr. Whitney does not think any East
ern states will follow the Illinois demo
crats in the matter of calling state con
ventions to consider the financial quest
ion. In answer to the question whether
the United States should continue its
navy as in the last few years, he said :
"Yes; but I think what we should
confine our attention to now is the
building of large battleships of the best
He does not think the United States
could very well recognize the Cuban in
surgents as belligerents.
When ex-Preaident Harrison's move
ment in New York and Philadelphia
were spoken of, and reference was made
to the Depew dinner, Mr. Whitney
smiled and said :
'.'Yes, it looks very much as ex-Presi
dent Harrison were after the republican
It was suggested that there would be
probably hard work for him to do in the
next convention, and Mr. Whitney said
"Well, I shall be in the struggle if
there is an intellectual one for sound
money, you may be assured.',
Going to Pieces.
ajknver, j une iu. xne report of a
separate receiver for the Kansas Pacific
branch of the Union Pacific finds cred
ence, although it cannot be confirmed in
this city. In 1893 the Union Pacific was
operating &167 miles of railway, though
its own mileage from Omaha to Ogden is
' but 1083. In that year the St. Joseph &
nA T.i.nJ i oki :i 1 3
f . off; then, in the order mentioned, went
from the UriionPacific, the Denver &
! Gulf, with its 1478 miles; the' Oreeron
Railway A Navigation lines, 1059 miles;
the Denver, Leadville & Gunnison, 325
miles ; the Oregon Short Line, 1431
miles; and if the Kansas Pacific goes,
747 more miles will come off.
Gould, who ia heavily interested
the Union Pacific, would naturally te
expected to oppose its permanent cripp
ling, but be is also interested in the
Gulf and Kansas Pacific, and by work
ing in with the Colorado Midland, Bio
Grande Western, Oregon Short Line and
Central Pacific, would make a combina
with Portland, San Francisco, Galveston
and St. Louis as the four corners. - '
A report filed with the'secretary ot the
Colorado board of equalization shows
that the entire system had, in 1893, 764
engines and 11,000 box cars, with other
stock in proportion." All the engines
except 100, together with a proportion
of rolling stock, belonged to associated
roads. As each line is lopped off, it
claims its own stock. That which it is
now usiDg has almost all been built and
charged to the Kansas Pacific branch.
Should the Omaha report prove correct,
the Union Pacific would be in sore
Debs Goes to Jail.
Chicago, Jane 10. Eugene V. Debs
and other officials of the American Kail-
way union, will be sent to Woodstock
jail tomorrow. A certified order to the
supreme court was received here today.
The men under sentence are : E. V.
Debs, G. W. Howard, S. Keliher, L. W.
Rogers, James Hogan, W. E. Burns, R.
M. Goodwin and Martin Elliott. There
is a duestion as to the time the men will
serve. The original sentence was six
monthsfor Debs and three months for his
associates, in two different contempt
cases sentence the being mads concur
rent by the court. The defendants' at
torney later had the sentence made
cumulative in order to take the desired
legal action. It is thought probable
that an effort will be made to have
Judge Wood reinstate the concurrent
New Yobk, Jane 10. Thomas L.
James, ex-postmaster-general, and pres
ident of the Lincoln National bank,
said, discussing the political question :
I look upon Robert Lincoln as the like
liest dark horse in the race for the re
publican nomination. I believe he will
get half of the entire Southern delega
tion, and when the break comes on the
favorites, Lincoln and Allison will get
the benefit of it. The Iowa senator is a
well-balanced, sound-viewed man, who,
next to Lincoln, posseeeess elements of
of strength where other candidates are
weak. It is my opinion that Harrison
cannot, by any means, be nominated."
Any one who has ever had an atack
of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice
with Mr. J. A. Stumm," 220 Boyle
Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortunate
escape from a siege of that distressing
ailment. Mr. Stumm is foreman of
Merrian's confectionery establishment.
Some months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street on an
errand, he was caught out in the rain.
The result was that when ready to go
home that night he was unable to walk,
owing to inflammatory rheumatism. He
was taken home, and on arrival was
placed in front of a good fire and
thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's
Pain - Balm. During the evening and
night he was repeatedly bathed with this
liniment, and by morning was relieved
of all rheumatic pains. He now takes
especia pleasure in praising Chamber
lain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a
bottle of it in the house. For sale by
Blakeley St Houghton, Druggists.
There is great danger in neglecting
Colic, cholera and similar complants.
An absolutely prompt and safe cure is
found in De Witt's Colic and Cholera
Care-. For sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug
Co. - -
Business men of The Dalles,- when
visiting Portland, have for years been
accustomed to take their said-day lunch
at the "Gem" the new location is at 73
3rd street, next door to Ain a worth's
bank. . '
j3-lm Jos. E. Pknney.
Lane Bros., the blacksmiths, have an
improvement on trail brakes that takes
at sight. . . ' ju6-2wd&w
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Sold by all druggists, 75c. '
In the spring, the human body needs
assistance to throw off the stagnation
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perature rises under the growing heat of
the sun's rays we feel tired, half-sick
and low in spirits, because the blood is
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BnUn'i Arinea Salve.
The best salve in toe world for' cats,
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It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
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Persons who are subject to diarrhoea
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It is the best that can be made or that
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We sell it. For sale by Snipes-Kin
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Cholera Morbus and similar complaints
For sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
Shiloh's Cure is sold on a guarantee.
It cures incipient Consumption. ' It is
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Mrs. Hendersbott has removed ber
dressmaking parlors! to No. 20 Second
street, opposite Union Street Lodging
House.- ' " ' -: " " . j3-lt
Headache and Neuralgia cared by Dr,
M.lt.S' PA1 fi fLL.Li. .-una cent a aose.
In Seasonable' Goods.
A "Well Assorted Line.
A Large Assortment
Summer Wash Fabrics
For balance of this week,
Will be Sold at Cost.
A. M. WILLIAMS & GO
For Infants and Children. ' -
Caatoria promotes Digestion, and
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Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feveriahneas.
Thus the child Is rendered healthy and its
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Morphine or other narcotio property.
"Caatoria Is so well adapted to children (hat
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" For several years I have recommetSled your
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Letters of Credit issued available in the
Eastern States. .
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers Bold on- New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, San .Francisco, .Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
collections maae at an pointB on lav
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J. M. Pattirsok,
first Rational Bank.
THE DALLES, - - OREGON
A. General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to Sight
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francisco and Port
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ZE3I. O-Xi IE 3ST
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Two Cases of
Men's Tailor-Made Suits,
; Just Opened.
Grand Show of
FELT and STRAW HATS.
Finest in the City.
ladies', Gents' Children's Shoes,
- !3t:xa,As3ta,-t from tlxelr VIals.ers.
Boss cash store; : j. jflO4VWlIilJt, Cash Dealer.