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THE "DALLES OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 1895.
Hardin and Tyler Nominat
ed for Office. :;
Committeeman HitoheU Wants s Sil
ver OoDTtitin Called Snaeess '
f the Atlanta Commission.
Louisville, Jane 27. P. W. Hardin
was nominated list night by the demo
cratic itate couvenlion for governor' and
K. T.Tyler1 was named for lieutenant
governor, after which the conventionad
journed until this morning. "'.
At 9:30 today it reconvened, with' the
usual large attendance.
For etate treasurer the names of W.
H. Gardner, John C. Herndon, W. O.
Kendall and B. C. Ford were presented
with eloquent speeches. The ballot re
sulted: Gardner, 288; Herndon, 172;
Kendall, 91J; Eord, 2705 E. Kenton,
53. - A motion to drop the lowest after
each ballot was adopted. : Fonr hundred
and forty votes being necessary for
choice, there was no nomination..
The second ballot for state treasurer
resulted: Gardner, S86; Herndon, 43;
Frd, 459; Ford was declared the nom
inee. For auditor, Luke C. Norman was
nominated by acclamation. .-.
- Loa Anqeles, Jnne 57, Democratic
State Central' Committeemam Mitchell
who sent a letter to ' Chairman ' Gonld
some days ago asking to have a meeting
of the committee called, for the purpose
of calling a silver meeting of the state,
and received an unfavorable reply, has
sow addressed a second letter to Chair
man Gould - This letter is sharp, and
takes exception to the fact that Mr.
Gould took Mr. Mitchell's other letter
personally. It asks that the. central
committee be polled on the question of
calling a silver convention. "That a
preponderance of democratic opinion ex
ists in favor of the coinage of silver at a
ratio of 16 to 1 ia a fact that you seem
not to be impressed with, and I will set
this down to your ignorance of enrrent
events. I well understood that' the
species of egotism that prompts yon to
make the remarkable statements of vour
letter. If yon really hold the views you
express, I think the head of the state
democratic committee would be most ac
ceptable to that element in society
known as 'anarchist.
A Horrible Death.
Prescott. Ariz., Jnne 27. Joseph H.
Walker died here last evening in most
horrible agony,- Several days ago, he
suffered dislocation of the aukle on a
'cow range in Kirkland valley, and laid
: out in the sun for several hours. Dur
ing the time, a blow flv got into his nose
and laid eggs, and when he was bronght
to town for medical treatment for bis
ankle, screw worms' commenced to drop
from his nose. . Several physicians at
tended him, but the worms increased in
his head, dropping from his nose and
month, and on opening his mouth, a
mass of insects could be seen. Finally
. they reached his brain, resulting in bis
death. ' ;
Jumped the Track.
Bobkbbug, June ' 27. South-bound
freight No. 32 was wrecked yesterday af
ternoon at Bice Hill, near Oakland. A
box car next the caboose jumped the
track and was followed by the caboose,
which ran for two miles upon the ties,
then turned over on its side, tearing
down three telegraph Doles and a barb
wire fence before stoppiug. . Conductor
, Elder and Brakeman J. ' D. Huff were
unable to reach the top of the train or to
signal the engineer, on account of the
terrible jumping of the cars and the fly-
rocks and dust. As soon as the engineer
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
A ff e
4V -j a jb
saw the heavy dust he knew all was not
right and stopped the train. No one
was seriously injured. .'
They -Do Not Like the Seal fisheries
Bill, r ': .
Ottawa, Ont, June '27 The Canadian
government has received a draft of the
bill for the Pacific seal fisheries, read for
the third time in the imperal parliament.
Sir Charles Tupper, minister of justice,
and ex-minister of marine, says the Do
minion government will enter strong ob
jection to two clauses. One empowers
Russian vessels to search Canadian seal
ers, . and anotner extracts tne ... extreme
penalty of the forfeiture of ship and
equipments for infraction of the regul
ations. The Dominion government will
forward a strong protest to the imperial
Met With S access.
New Yobk, June 27. General I. W.
Every, of Atlanta, 6a., foreign commis
sioner of the Cotton States' Exposition,
to be held in Atlanta from September 1
of this year, to January 1, 1896, arrived
in New York on the . steamship Carcas,
from Venezuela. The general, who was
appointed by the exposition and accre-
ited by the United States government,
visited during his trip Brazil, the ' Ar
gentine Bepublic, Paraguay, Uraguay,
Chili. Mexico and Venezuela. He was
everywhere cordially received, and met
with flattering responses. .
London, Jnne 27. Mr. Thomas Gib
son .Bowies, the - tory member of
parliament, wno made a special attack
on the government's fisheries bill, while
riding along Botten Bow, met Lord
Bosebery, to whom he remarked that at
last the seal-fisheries bill had been
"Yes,,' replied Bosabery, laughing,
"and there's been a good deal of fishing
for seals of office this week."
General Warner Hopeful.
Cleveland", June 27. General A. J.
Warner-said today ii was evident there
would be a split in the democratic party
next year on the silver question. He
said the silver men must get together
He believed a candidate would be found
for whom the democrats of the South,
the republicans of the West and the
populists would vote.
Dissolution of Parliament. , '
London, June 27. In the house of
lords today Premier Marquis Salisbury
announced that he hoped to obtain the
queen's consent to the dissolution of
parliament July 8.
- , He Died of Starvation.
Vancouver, B. C, June 27. About
two and a half years ago Norman Mc
Neil left here for his ranch in the Cbil-
catin country. Since then he has never
been heard of. A few months ago his
brother Daniel arrived here to search
for him, and with the aid of Indians he
found the bones his brother in the
bruah near the Klean-a-Klean river
The remains were identified by a paper
in the pockets of the clothes. It is
thought he died of starvation.
Very bad policy to neglect symptoms
of troable in the kidneys. . If allowed to
develop they cause much suffering and
sorrow. Bright's Disease, Diabetes and
Dropsy owe their great prevalence and
latamy to neglect of tne nrst warning
Bymptom. Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver
and Kidney Balm is a certain cure for
ny disease or weakness of the kidneys
A trial will convince you of its great
potency. Price $1.00 per' bottie. For
sale by Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
There is no danger' from this disease
Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy is freely
given. It liquefies the tough tnucus and
aids its expectoration.' It also lessens
the severity and frequency of paroxysms
of coughing, and insures a speedy recov
ery. . There is not the least danger in
giving the remedy to children or babies,
as it contains no injurious substance.
For sale by Blakeley & Houghton, Drug
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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Kimball's Methods m Menace t the
Kb tire Trade.
(Chicago Musical News. . - i
The following advertisement has been
given a prominent position in the daily
papers of Washington, D. C, and has
been printed in. the Chicago Musical
News and the American Hebrew News,
of Portland. We desire to call the atten
tion of the public to it. -
The unfairness of the assertions it con
tains needs no emphasizing, 'for they
will appear at once to the sense of right
inherent in every legitimate dealer in
pianos all over the country ; ' ;
Next Tuesdav will be a special bar
gain day on pianos at our store. We
nave fonnd some grand bargains in new
Upright Pianos (not the celebrated Kim
ball pianos), and propose to give the
public a chance to secure new pianos
next Tuesday at manufacturers' whole
Tne prices Tuesday next tor tnese new
eleeant TJnrisrht Dianos will be onlv 149
and $159 each. Part time given if de
sired. These pianos will be on exhibit
at bur store all day Monday, but no sales
will be made from this lot until Tuesday,
and will continue that day only. -
W. W. iilMBALL, uo.,
Metzerott Bnilding, Cor. 12th and F. Sts.
The' Kimball Company may regard
such methods as fair and honorable, but
they are open to the severest criticism in
attempting to destroy the piano trade in
Washington after many years of honor
able work to promote it. '
The unfairness of the card lies in the
assertion that the pianos which are to
be sold at sacrificial prices are not made
by the Kimball company. Therein' is
This whole scheme is perpetrated to
give the Kimball pianos a position to
which their merits do not entitle them.
Although the Kimball advertisement de
clares these are not Kimball pianos
which are to be slaughtered it does .not
enhance the value of their own '. instru
Those who are familiar with the Kim
ball pianos know perfectly well that the
makers can afford to sell them at just
such ruinous prices as" are quoted for
other instruments in their possession at
Washington. . " . ' '
What is there in the Kimball piano to
justify, this step? Nothing.
The Kimball company make one of the
cheapest pianos in the United States.
A nd after the Kimball piano is made
ready for the market it is not then worth
a place above a low rank. '
. When you come to think of it, can you
name any genuine, Jirstclats house that is
telling the Kimball pianos t
The Kimball managers may consider
they have made a brilliant stroke, but
they are merely using gigantic power to
foist a cheap make on 'he market.
The question is also one of a broader
conception than ..mere . local .purview
Such advertisements as these cnt at the
root of the piano industry for they mis
lead private buyers.
We shall not let this subject stop here.
It is fraught with grave danger to the
entire trade, and, although the Kimball
company is composed of schrewd schem
ers, they may find they have far over;
stepped the bounds of legitimate busi
ness dealing;'. .
'-, . E. Jacobsen & Co.,
. I. C. NlCKELSEN.
While in Stockton Cat., some time
ago, Thos. F. Langan, of Los Banos, that
state, was taken very severely .cramps
and diarrhoea, He chanced to meet Mr,
C. M. Carter, who was similarly afflcted,
Ho says: : "I told him of Chamber
lain's Colic, - Cholera and Diarrhoea
Bemedy, and we went to the Holden
Drug Store and procured a bottle of it.
It gave Mr. Carter prompt relief and
can vouch for its having cured me.'
For 8ale.by Blakeley & Honhton, Drug
gists. ' '.-' "
Bncklem'a Arinca Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tiyely cures piles, or no pay " required
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 cente
per box. For sale by Snipes A Kin
Mot a Ghost of a Cnanee. .
New Yobk, June 27. A special to the
Herald from Paris says: Sir Charles
Dilke, being interviewed on the English
political situation, said: "The liberal
have not the ghost of a chance at th
coming election. I do not think any'
body honesty believes to the contary.'
The perfection brand-
lor InCaata and Children.
Caartorla promote Pigeetiom, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Btomach, Diarrhoea, and FeverishnesB.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep BtzraX Caartoria contain no
UorpMne or other narcotic property.
" Om4otU ! ro wrll adapted to children chat
I reoommrad it an aupprior to may prescription
jum fco im." II. A. Axcsn. M. D.,
Ill Sooth Oxford St., Brooklyn, N.Y.
" For mreral years I have reoommetfiled yon
Owttoria,' and shall always continue to do an,
as It has iavariabl j prodocrd betMtflcial remits."
mm F. Fikdic, M. D.,
lth Street and 7th Atc, New York City.
"The nse of 'Oastoria Is so universal and
Its merits po well known that it poems a work of
supererogation to endorse tt. Few are the in
telligent families who do not keep Oastoria
within easj reach." .
CUstos sjymr. P. P.,
Now Tork City.
Tn OsorrAOa Oosnunr, Tt Murray Street, X.T.
TT. M 1 1 ft" TTwslww Tr. . u.iuM.mM cnTTTVft.
HSU. WKA K B AOKS. At dxugRlvta. only SSev
to call particular attention to
Boys Sweaters at
' Pur White, Heavy Bibbed, Full Fashioned. . .
Mens Sweaters at
' : Grey Mixed. Full Sized.
We show a strong line of white,, navy and black,
heavy all-wool Sweaters at $ 1 .75 and over.
: See our special $3.00 light weight. ;
Gfentlemens Leather Belt
The Proper Thing. Rings and Buckles
leather covered. Try one. 1
Gent'm's Sporting Shoes
: A good, inexpensive and stylish Sam- '.
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Shoe, in Black only
A M WILLIAMS & CO
FRENCH & CO.,
TRAM 8 ACT A GINXRALBANKJNU BUBIHXBb
Letters of Credit issued available in the
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, San Francisco, Portland Oregon,
8eattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
(Joilectiona made at ail points on tav-
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J. If. Pattbksoh,
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
D. P. Thompson. " ' Jno. S. Schxncx.
En. M. Williams, Geo. A. Liebb.
H. M. Bball. .
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