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THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 26,1896
THESE WANT SILVER
Georgia State Democratic
STATE TICKET RE-NOMINATED
California's Main Feature I a Frf
Colnage Declaration -r North
Macon, Ga., June 25. The Demo
cratic state' convention was called to
order at 12 o'clock by Chairman Steve
Clay. . J. W. Wilson was made tempo
rary ch aii man and Chairman Clay, of
the state executive committee, perma
The platform declares lor the free, un
limited and independent coinage of sil
ver at 16 to 1.
NORTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS.
After Organizing Temporarily- They
Take a Recess.
Raleigh, N. C, June 25. The Demo
cratic state convention was callad to
ordjer by State Chairman Pan. . Theo
dore Klutz was chosen temporary chair
man and made a speech. The conven
tion took a recess until 2 :30
Silver Men Convene.
here. While the liberals were sanguine
of electing sufficient members of the
Dominion parliament to block the gov
ernment school measure, they never
dared to bope to completely oust the
Tapper government as they have done.
The liberals, for the first time in nearfy
twenty years, have won and are over
joyed at Laurier's success, while con
servatives, to whom the disaster was al
together unexpected, are in a dazed
The liberal organ now emphatically
declares that Manitoba's national school
system is absolutely safe from interfer
ence. However, conservatives are quite
as positive that now that Laurier, who
a Frenchman and a Roman Catholic,
has come into power, he will demand
that Catholic schools be restored.
There will be a great deal ot anxiety un
til it is discovered .what Laurier's policy
in this respect will be. All are agreed,
however, that one of his first moves will
be to treat , with Washington for recip
rocity of trade between Canada and the
states, and the result of the liberal vic
tory in Canada will be fraught with the
most important results to the business
interests of Uncle Sam. .
Enthusiastic at Mention of
Denver, June 25. The state silver
convention was called to order at 11:15
a. m. by I. N. Stevens, member of the
national silver committee. There were
Prayer was offered by Eev. Thomas
TJzzell. who asked a blessing "on this
convention, on the coming silver con
ventiou at St. Louis,' tnd especially on
the convention that is to meet at Chi
cago." Stevens congratulated the coun
ties on sending to Denver delegates to
the meeting "at which there was no pie
counter in sight." He expressed the
hope that the Chicago convention would
nominate a man whose position on sil
ver was unequivocal, and suggested
Teller as an ideal candidate. Mention
of Teller set the convention wild and the
enthusiasm continued over the names of
Sibley, Bland, Blackburn, Morgan and
the Southern free silver senators. The
convention selected H. A. W. Tabor
temporary chairman. After appointing
committees tbe convention took a recess
until 2 o'clock. The convention, will
send Teller delegates to St. Louis.
By a Large Majority
Indianapolis, Jane 22. At the In
diana state convention yesterday Hon
Ben Shivelv. of St. Joseph county, who
was nominated for governor, received
1634 out of 1744 votes. Ex-Congressmnn
Cooper, the candidate of the gold-stan
dard men. received the remaining 110
What Peffer Says.
Washington, June 25. Senator Pet
fer, before leaving here for borne today,
expressed the opinion that Teller will
not be nominated by the Democrats
and declared that the Populists should
nominate an independent ticket.
They Will Ispporl MeKlnley.
Canton, O., June 25. Governor Ic
Kinley is daily receiving assurances
from Colorado and other Western states
of the hearty support at the polls, and
' assurances that there is no disaffection
in that territory on account of the finan
cial plank. -'
Tnpper Government Has Been Fat to
RoatResnlt a Surprise.
Winnipeg. Jane 25. Tbe defeat of
the Tupper government, whose platform
was the ' re-establishment of Cathol
Tarochial schools in Manitoba, baa
come. - The wildest enthusiasm pre
vailed in western Canada, and no such
wild 6cenes have ever been - witnessed
COBBIII STEPS DOWN.
Pugilistic Cbaaaplon Almost
' - Whipped by Sharkey.
San Fbancisco. June 25. -Champion
Corbett climbed down last night from his
pedestal of pugilistic greatness and at
the same time husky Tom ' Sharkey,
who was eight months ago a mere blue
jacket, mounted to tbe top notch in the
Ten thousand people saw -the -sailor
give and take blows with Corbstt for 12
minutes 'and at the end of the fight they
saw an undefeated world's champion
banging around. his opponent's neck,
weak, listless, pantiug . anrd ' leaning
against the -ropes to. prevent, himself
from falling. As it was, the fight was
declared a draw. Had it lasted a lew
rounds more there might have been a
fferent story, to tell a story that
would make pugilistic history. There
are- those in San Francisco today and
their number is legion who say that
12 more minutes of fighting last night
would have made a new world's cham
pion. , '.
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Notice of " Final Account.
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To ai.t. Wwoh tt Hit Concern:
Notice is hereby elven that G. J. Farley has
filed his final account as administrator of 'he
estate of Joshua W. Reedy, deceased, and that
paid final aepount will come on for hearing on
Monday, July 13th, 1896, at which time a hearing
will be had as to any and all objection to such
final account, and the settlement thereof.
This notice is given by order of Hon. George
C. Blakeley, county Judge. Dated tnis litn aay
of June, 1896. G. J. r Alt UK i
Adm'r of the estate of Joshua W. Reedy, de
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