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The Dalles Daily Chfoniele.
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tOL," The Dalles, Oregon.
THURSDAY, - - DECEMBER 5. 1895
WHY MARYLAND WENT REPUBLICAN.
Senator Gorman hap recovered suffi
ciently from the rude awakening wbicb
the late elections caused, to offer some
explanation of why Maryland went republican.-
German flfers the correct
reason when he attributes the landslide
to the sympathy which the people of
Maryland li ivj i-ir protection. That
state is becoming more and more desir
ous of obtaining a leading position in
the manufacturing world, and the policy
of the democratic party offered them no
good prospects for such a condition.
While Mr. Gorman has overlooked the
fact that his own misdeeds have con
tributed -in no small measure to demo
cratic success, yet Maryland would have
gone republican this year if Gorman
had never lived or been a etatesman of
unblemished reputation. The same
causes that made Maryland republican
this year will operate to the same effect
next fall. Here is Gorman's explana
"The slate (Maryland) went republi
can because the republican vote has
largely increased, a very obvious and
somewhat significant reason.
lue republican vote a year ogo
throughout the state was 3000 larger
than the democratic vote, and nobody
. pretended to assert then that the result
was due to any personal causes or to op
position to any one man. The fact is
that the protection sentiment iu the
state ha9 largely incrsased. In my own
county, for example, we have a number
of woolen mills. Until very recently
they have been' run upon a rough and
cheap class of goods. In the last two or
three years, however,, they have under
taken a higher grade of work, and in
order to do it tney have been obliged to
import a large number of skilled labor
ers from Massachusetts and other New
England states. Moet of these men are
republicans. A like condition of affairs
exists in other counties of the stale, and
here we haye a very considerable in
crease in the republican vote accounted
for. There has been a change, too,
among democrats who are naturally in
clined toward protection, and who be
lieve that republican supremacy will
more certainly insure a permanent pro
tective policy. There is no question
that the protection santiment among all
classes is now very strong,- and many
who believe in the doctrine have been
disgusted by the business depression of
the last two years. Naturally they turn
to the party which is not in power for
relief, especially in view of the fact that
that party has a consistent protection
There has been a good deal of grumbl
ing on the part of patrons of sleeping
cars, some well lonnded and some not.
Mr. J. R. Wood, the general passenger
agent of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, recognizing that some of the
complaints were worthy of attention,
has addressed a circular letter to all of
the general passenger agents of roads
using the Pullman cars, asking them to
join with him in a request to the Pull
man company to reduce the price of
upper berths. It is proposed to ask a
reduction of twenty-five per cent in
favor of upper berths. The present rate
for a sleeping; berth from New York to
Chicago is five dollars, for either upper
or lower. Nearly all people prefer a
lower berth, but if an upper could be
had for $3.75 many would be glad to
avail themselves of it and save $1.25,
leaving more space for those who are
willing to pay . the regular price for a
Twenty-one of the presidents of the
United States are dead. They all lie
buried in nine states. Virginia holds
five Washington at Mt. Vernon, Thom
as Jefferson at Morrticello, James Madi
son at Montpelier, and Jame9 Monroe
and John Tyler at Richmond. . In New
York lie Van Burcn at Kinderhook,
Fillmore at Buffalo, Grant at Riverside
Park and Arthur at Albany. In . Ohio
are William Henry Harrison at North
bend, Hayes at Columbus, and Garfield
at Cleveland. In Tennessee are An
drew Jackson near Nashville, Polk at
Nashville, and Andrew Johnson at
Greenville. The two Adamses are
luricd at Quincy, Mass., and Taylor,
Pierce, Buchanan and Lincoln are
buried respectively at Louisville, Ky.,
Cor cord, N. H., Lancaster, Penn., and
Springfield, III. There is but one ex-
president of the United States alive at
the preterit time, Benjamin Harrison.
Judge Ricks, of the United States cir
cuit court of - Ohio, has decided that the
comptroller of the currency can make
an assessment on stockholders of in sol
vent national banks, and that the as
sessment can be recovered by a suit at
law. The decision is a most important
1 HE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.
Spokesman Review: The single re
deeming feature of the message is its
strong reassert ion of the Monroe doc
trine. While in all other respects the
president advances no foreign policy, it
is a pleasure to note that respecting
Venezuela and England's interference
there be speaks with vigor and patriot
ism. In other respects the message is
hardly worth a busy man's time for
reading. It does not tven possess tbe
merit of giving the country a concise re
view of the various affairs of the gov
ernment. Evening Telegram : In his message to
congress President Cleveland made no
allusion whatever to the Nicaragua,
canal. That the omission was accidental
must be doubted in view of the numer
ous matters of comparatively minor im
portance which were generously treated
to language. The countrv is very anx
ious to learn just how Mr. Cleveland
stands on the canal question, and the
best and quickest . way to ascertain his
attitude is by sending to him for signa
ture a bill authorizing this government
to assume control of the canal and com
plete its construction.
Pendleton East Oregonian : In every
part the message is a dignified recital of
all our relations at home and abroad,
and this in a spirit of the utmost fair
ness, the broadest treatment and with
full consideration of every individual's
rights, no matter his position or stand
ing among his fellowmen. It is needless
to eay that the president's message is a
business man's document as weil as the
utterances of a statesman and American.
There is none of the virus and bluster of
the jingoist about it. There Is no "bad
blood" shown against other countries
and governments, but a- determination
to preserve and uphold the right that is
- Wanted. .
A girl to do housework,
Applv at this
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A Sample Package (4 to 7 doses) of
To any one sending name and address to
us on a postal card.
ONCE USED THEY
ARB ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
Hence, our object in 'sending them out
m ON TRIAL -
They absolutely cure Sick Headache, BilJ
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The substitute costs the dealer less.
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WHERE IS YOURS?
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1 ,000,000 People Wear
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Wear W. I.- Dona-laa tioe and from
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price of other makes, bnt the quality and prices of
W. I.. Ionarlaa shoes Maala the same.
.Take no substitute ; see that name and price Is stamped
Bn sole. W. I. .Douglas, liitocKTox,llA8s. Sold Ur .
CHAS. F. STEPHENS.
One gray horse, t-tring baited in both
hind legs ; one small gray mare, branded
diamond J on shoulder; one sorrel mare,
with small piece ont of one ear. A
liberal reward will be paid for informa
tion leading to their recoverv. Address
this office or O. B. Uartlev, Hood River.
, December 2d.
Gnase Stock GompsinV
Headed by the Peerless Comedienne,
H ETT I O ' BER N M RD CH HS9
In a Six Nights' Engagement.
The G-reat Romantic Play,
"THE TWO ORPHANS."
The Latest Songs, Dances and Specia'ties introduced
during the performance.
Change of Programme
Admission, 10c, 20c and 30c.
Reserved Seats now on sale a JBlakeley
& Houghton's Drugstore.
Mire Your Nerves? Pretty Shaky, Aren't They?
is .lour ingestion rretty Fcor, isn t It 7
Thin Is Your Blood? Almost Like Water, Eh?
ONE THING will Make a Whole Man of You
That is DR. HENLEY'S Celery, Beef and Iron
Try a Case. It will Make a "New" Woman of Your Wife
And She Won't Want to Vote, Either
FOR SALE BY BtAEELEY & HOUGHTON.
J. O. MH0K,
pine Lllines and Ltiquotfs,
' Domestic and Key West Cigars, - -
St. Louis and Milwaukee Bottled Beer.
Successor to Cbrlsman & Corson.
Win FULL LIN OF
STAPLE and FANCY GROCE ES.
Again ia business at the old stand. . I would bo pleased to
see all my former patrons. Free delivery to any part ol town.
When the Train stops at THE DALLES, get off on the South" Side -
. . AT THE
TiEW COLiTJjVlBlfl. HOTEli.
. . -of o-
This large and popular House ooes the principal hotel business,
and is prepared to furnish the Best Accommodations of any
House in tho city, and at toe low rate of
Columbia Brewery Beer on Draught.! fo.OO per Day. - pirst QaSS Teals, 25 CeitS
THE OLD ORO FINO STAND.
67 Second St.,
The Dalles, Oregon.
STUBLING & WILLIAMS. Props.
FI NE WIN ES. LIQUORS ; -CIGARS.
All brands of Imported Liquors, Ale and Porter,
and Genuine Key West Cigars. A Full Line of
CALIFORNIA - WINES - AND - BRANDIES
Twelve-year-old Whiskey, strictly pure, for medicinal purposes.
Best Malt Liquor. OolambU Urecrery Betr on Drancht.
Agents for the Celebrated fabtt Milwaukee Beer.
Office for all Stage Lines lea-rlns; The Dalles for all
points In Kastern Oregon, and Eastern Washington,
in this Hotel.
Corner of Front and Union Sts.
T. T. NICHOLAS, Propr.
Only a few names
as a "persuader.'
pi .3 s m
S r-1 rH tV
No. 94 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OR
"There is a tide in the affairs oj men which, taken at its flooa
' ' leads on to fortune." ' .
The poet -unquestionably had reference to the
Closing Out Sale of Furniture and Carpets
at CRANDALL & BURGET'S,
Who are selling these goods out at greatly-reduced rates.
MTCHELBACH BRICK, - - UNION ST.
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.
BUILDING : MATERIALS
Tolopliono UNTo. 25.
Just received, a new and elegant bulk of Handkerchief Extracts and Sachets,
principally "Lundborgs," at
Donnell's Dmg Store.
Telephone flo. 15.
CLOSING OUT SALE
of DRY noons
CLOTHDTG, FTJRNTSHIITGr GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS.
These Goods Must Be Sold Less Than Cost.
J P. McINERNY.
THE CALIFORNIA WINE HOUSE,
, JOBBING AND RETAILING OF
Pure CALIFORNIA WINES and
At prices lower than ever. - Greatest assortment of -Liquors.
Also Columbia Brewery Beer off draught. - ..
CHAS. BECHT, Prop.,
THE DALLES, OR
RUPERT & GAB EL
- Wholesale and retail manufacturers and dealers in .....
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collar!
TENTS and WAGON COVERS. " '
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DOSE. Adjoinine E. J. Collins & Co.'B 8 tor