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THE DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1896
A STORMY SESSION
Republican Caucus on the
Tariff Bill. .
SHORT SESSION OF THE SENATE
Batter's Amendments to the Free-Coin-age
Substitute for the Boose
Bond Bill The Hawaiian
Washington, Jan. 8. Immediately
after the adjournment of the senate the
republican senators caucused on the tar
iff bill. After a stormy session it was
agreed to instruct the finance committee
that the tariff bill should be reported
without amendment and passed in that
IN TBS BESATE.
Attempt to Increase the Kumber of Men
In the Nry.
Washington, Jan. 8. Senator Wol
cott, who baa been absent in Europe for
some months, was present in the senate
today and took the prescribed oath.
Hale, from the committee on naval af
fairs, reported back favorably the bill
authorizing: the secretary of the navy to
Increase the number of enlisted men in
the navy. He directed attention to the
importance of the bill, and gave notice
that he would call it up at an early
Butler offered two amendments to the
free-coinage substitute for the house
bond bill. The first prohibits the sale
of interest-bearing bonds without the
express consent of congress, and the
second makes it mandatory on the sec
retary of the treasury to redeem green
backs and treasury notes in silver as
long as the market price of 412 grains
of silver is lower than that of 29 grains
At the conclusion of the morning hour
Sherman moved that the senate adjourn.
He explained that an early adjournment
would facilitate the work of the senate,
it being understood that the republicans
desired to hold a caucus.
Stewart requested Sherman to with
draw his motion in order to give him an
opportunity to make some remarks on
the financial question, but the Ohio
senator declined to yield, and, accord
ingly, at 12:30, the senate adjourned un
ANNEXATION OF HAWAII.
A Resolution to That Effect Introduced
In the Bonse.
Washington, Jan. 8. The subject of
the annexation of the Hawaiian islands
was broached in the house today by
Spaulding, in a resolution which provid
ed that the Sandwich islands be erected
into a new state to be called Hawaii,
with a republican form of government,
to be adopted by the people, through
deputies in convention with the consent
of the existing government. The condi
tions were imposed that all questions of
boundary or complications with other
governments be transmitted to the pres
ident to be laid before congress for final
action before January, 1, 1898; that all
property pertaining to the public defense
be ceded to the "United States, but that
the state retain all other properay and
the United States to be liable for none
of its debts. The resolution proposes as
an alternative that Hawaii may be ad
mitted as a state by treaties between the
two governments, with one representa
tive in congress, and proposes the ap
propriation of $100,009 for making trea
ties. This resolution was referred to the
committee on foreign affairs.
Henderson stated the 'committee on
rules would not be able to report until
At 12 :45 the houBe adjourned.
Foreign Affairs Committee.
Washington, Jan 8. The senate com
mittee on foreign relations today held its
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
first meeting since reorganization. ' Sen
ator Sherman presided. Cameron, Cull
om, Lodge and Mills, the new members,
were present. The committee decided
to hold a special session Saturday for the
consideration of the Venezuela, Cuban
aDd Armenian questions. It is expected
the committee will consider the Monroe
doctrine in connection with the Vene
Won Id Like to Bee Reed in the Presi
Dktboit, Jan. 8. Thomas B, Eeed is
Mayor's Pingree's presidential candidate
and his honor announces it in tones of
"I've looked the field over." he de
clared, ."and Reed is the only man in
the list of candidates who has a back
bone. That's the kind of a man we want
tor president. . We've had enough of
these spineless fellows in the presiden
tial chair. We want a man that has
brains, and then has enough backbone
to carry cut the views that he believes to
'Frisco Marine Motes.
San Fbancisco, Jan. 8, The steamer
South Coast, which was put on the Port
land route bv the Oregon Railway &
Navigation Co., to offset the cheap rate
steamer Alice Blanchard, will not get
away until Friday afternoon. Consider
able freight is offering on account of the
low rates and thia.is the occasion of the
steamer's delay. The Alice Blanchard
is staying with the South Coast and
she too has postponed her trip until
The steamer Ida Schrauer is now nin
teen days out from Portland and some
little anxiety is felt ove her long voyage.
It has been very stormy along the
northern coast i and it is feared the
schooner may have met with a mishap
in a gale. " -
Maryland's New Kxecutlre.
Annapolis, Md. Jan. 8. For the first
time this state has a governor, elected
and inaugurated as a republican. At
noon today Chief Justice Robinson, in
the presence of both houses of the assem
bly, administrated the oath of office to
Lloyd Lowndes, of Allegheny. Before
his ceremony the incoming gover
nor deliyered his inaugural address, fac
ing an enormous crowd in front of the
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able to carry out any obligations made
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Toledo, O. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O.
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mucous surfaces of the system. Testi
monials sent free. Price 75 cents per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
O. R. & N. Notice.
The O. R. & N. Co. makes another
slash in freight rates from San Francisco
to Portland, and in connection with the
exceedingly low rate between Portland
and The Dalles, makes a through rate
of first-class 40 cents, eecond-class 35
cents, third-class 30 cents, fourth-class
2o cents, fifth-class 20)4 cents. Special
car load lots, class A, 19 cents ; B 18 cts,
C 17 cts, D 16 cts, 15 cts, governed by
western classification. In ordering
your goodsplease be careful to route via
O. R. & N. Co. 'a lines.
E. E. Lytle, Agent.
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Closing Out Sale
of Dry Goods,
Big Tumble in price
of Ladies,' Misses'
and Gents' Mackintoshes.
Ladies', Misses Gents', Boys', Children's Boots, Shoes and
Slippers, Selling1 away down, and giving entire satisfaction.
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Letters of Credit issued available in the
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicaco,
St. .Louis, San Francisco, Portland Ore
gon, Seattle Wash,, and various points
in Oregon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
AH work promptly attended to,
Can now be found at 162 Second
Hay and Grain for Sale
Ward, Kerns & Robertson's Stable,
Corner Fourth and Federal Sts.
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129 Second St.,
THE DALLES, -'- OR.
A Heavy Fall in
Prices of Ladies' and
Pacific coast. Try it. d7-tf