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THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1896
FOR AKER FOR SENATOR
Ohio's Ex-Governor Will
JOINT BALLOT TAKEN TOMORROW
Pension Bills Discussed la Both
Biuehai of Congress A long!
Debate In the Senate
on the Subject.
Columbus, O., Jan. 14. J. B. Foraker
today in the senate received 29 votes for
United States eenator, Brice 6, George
A. Groot (populist) 1. In the house the
vote stood: Foraker, 87; Btice, 2?;
John H. Thomas, 1 ; Mr. Gage, 1 ; Judge
Blandin, of Cleveland, 1; Lawrence T.
Neal, 1 ; all of whom, except Foraker are
democrats. Foraker received the full re
publican vote. The two houses will vote
in joint ballot tomorrow.
Annapolis, Md., Jan. 14. The first
ballot for United States senator was as
follows: House Wellington, 22; Weat
cott 16; Goldsborough, 11 ; Milliken, 7;
Dryden, 7; Mudd,4; Smith (democrat)
12; Henry (democrat), 6. Senate
Smith (democrat), 9; Henry (democrat),
3; "Wellington, 3; G.l Jsborough, 3:
Wescott, 2 ; Dryden, 2 ; Robert B. Dix
on, 1. - - .
ALLISON FOB PKK8IDENT.
Bis Candidacy Formally Announced by
Bis Borne Paper.
Deb Moines, la., Jan. 14. Senator Al
lison, who has arrived here from Wash
ington, when asked about the rumors
that there was a serious disagreement
between him and hia Iowa managers,
said emphatically there was no .troth in
All politicans denied the existence of
any difference of opinion on any subject.
The Iowa State Register today made
practically the first formal announce
ment of Mr. Allieion's candidacy. In an
editorial that paper says :
"In re-electing Senator Allison the
people of Iowa make, by their legisla
ture, in a sense, a formal presentation of
his candidacy to the republicans of the
nation. They honor him at home now
and hope he may be honored in the na
tion when the republican convention
meets in St. Louis, having no doubt he
would be signally honored at the polls in
November. The republicans of Iowa
present the candidacy of Senator Allison
especially to the states of the great
Northwest, which have always been first
. in the affections of the Iowa senator.
Senator Allison is part of this great
Northwest. He knows its wants and
will serve them. He lives in Iowa, but
he is a near neighbor of Illinois, Wis
consin, Minnesota, the Dakotas, Neb
raska, Kansas and Missouri ttr e
states are the empire from which be
THE' DAI IN CONOKE9S. .
Acrid Debate Over a Pension Bill In
Washington, Jan. 14. The bill grant
ing a penson of $75 monthly to the widow
of the late Brigadier-General Coggswell,
representative in congreBs from Massa
chusetts at the time of his death, caused
a long debate in the senate today.
Hill and Mills wanted information as
to the system pureued in granting those
Allen opposed discriminations, saying :
"I want to go on record as opposed to
arfy distinction between the widow of a
private soldier and that of a brigadier
general, or any other general. It was
the plain private soldier," he added,
"who met the brnnt of war. To hear the
senators talk it would be as though the
brigadiers won the war. It was a spicies
of namby-pambyiem and flunkeyism un-
Hawley suggested that the world rec
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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onized questions of rank, even if the
Nebraska senator did sot, and while
eulogizing the services of the plan sol
dier, he pointed out that the mortality
among the officers was greater than that
among the men in the ranks.
Hoar asked if Allen's logic would lead
him to approve of placing the salary of
General Miles, commander'of the army,
at $13 per month.
;'It would doubtless measure the value
of his services in many cases," answered
The pension bill passed without
amendment, the motion of Allen to re
duce the pension to $50 per month being
supported by most of the democrats.
We offer $100 reward for any case cf
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Few Bare Yet Arrived.
Washington, Jan. 14. Very few
members of the national democratic
committer, which is to meet here Thurs
day to select the, time and place for
holding the democratic national conven
tion of 1896, have yet reached the city.
William F. Harrity, chairman, and S. P.
Sherin, of Indiana, secretary of the com
mittee, are among the most prominent
arrivals up to date. Thus far the
champions of . New York and St. Louis
have not arrived.
Geo. W. Jenkins, editor of the Santa
Maria "Timee," Cal., in speaking of the
various ailments of children said:
"When my children have croup there is
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No Third-Term Sentiment.
" New Yobk, Jan. 14, A special to the
Press from Washington says :
"Word has been received from leaders
at headquarters of the cities contending
for the democratic national convention
that Gover Cleveland is not to be a can
didate for a third terra. This intima
tion was obtained by those who found
themselves embarrassed in making ar
guments as to the respective advantages
of the West and Fast for convention
If there is any one thing that needs
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But blood tells, and as a blood purifier
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Chicago, Jan. 14. J. S. Clarkson, of
Iowa, in an interview, when asked con
cerning the contest of the republican
nomination for president, eaid :
. "It is going to be a spirited and inter
esting, but not heroic contest, as in the
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Thomas W. Palmer, of Michigan, and
General Harrison spent two hours to
gether last , night at the Fifth-avenue
hotel. When asked If Mr. Harrison was
a candidate for president, Mr. Palmer
"It is my opinion that General Harri
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