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THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1896
a. u. Williams &
McKinley Indorsed in Strong
BRYAN'S TRIP TO NEW YORK
He Desires to Be Notified or Ills Nomi
nation "In the Baemy's
Tacoma, Aug. 7. Congressman W. H.
Doolittle (Republican) of this city, made
a public statement through the press
today of his political views. He en
dorees McKinley in strong terms and
points out that the Republican platform
is the only one that can bring about the !
adoption of bimetalisni by international
agreement. He says :
"I am for bimetaliam in all truth and
sincerity, by agreement with other na
tions, if that agreement can speedily be
brought about. I am for the use of both
gold and silver as basic money, and if,
after an honest trial, which the platform
of the Republican party pledges, an
agreement cannot be speedily reached
with the other nations, for bimetaliam
I believe the Republican! party will
deem it then to be the duty of the
United States to open our mints to the
coinage of silver and by proper retalia
tory legislation against other countries,
enforce our way and protect ourselves as
suggested in the statement of Thomas
B. Reed, of Maine, published in Fort
nightly Review about two years since."
He says further that the St. Louis
platform is the only one that makes
possible the building of - the Nicaragua
' canal, for the Chicago platform con
demns bond issues in - times of peace,
and one is necessary if the canal be con
Bryan's Trip Kagt.
Pittsburg, Aug. 7. The train bear-
ing Hon. William J. Bryan, the Demo
cratic nominee for the presidency, and
party Jo the notification meeting at
Madison Squire Garden, New York, on
The New Woven
and Faultless Weaving Warranted.
the 13tb, will leave Chicago over the
Pennsylvania system on next Sunday
night and will arrive in New York on
Tuesday evening, the 11th. No program
has been arranged but short stops will
probably be arranged at a number of
points along the line. The distinguished
paity will remain in Pittsburg Monday
night and arrangements are being made
by the Democrats for a grand demonstra
tion. Omaha, Aug. 7. The Bryan tour
through the East was inaugurated at 2
o'clock this afternoon.
CANNOT SWALLOW SB WALL.
Populists Have no Use for the Man
From Blaine. -
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 7. Thomas E.
Watson opened ' his vice-presidential
campaign here last night wuh an ad
dress of two hours' length, delivered be
fore an audience of 3,000 people in a
rough shed need ior the Moody revival
meetings several months ago. Watson
appealed at the outset for a non-partisan
hearing, declaring that he spoke with
bitterness to none and in behalf of the
men who held the plow, who pulled the
hook, who wielded the hammer. If
God gave him strength, he declared, he
wonld plead the cause of these people
through the pens of the Northern re
porters present, before 05,000,000 of peo
ple in the morning.
"We can stand by Mr. Brvan," said
he. - "He has been with us and fought
for our policies. But ' when we are
asked to swallow Sewall, we beg to to be
execused. We cannot vote for Sewall
because he does not repreeent our plat
form. If we do we My we did not
mean what we said in the platform.
You cannot consistently say this is a
fight of the West and South and go off
to Maine to get a candidate for vice
president. ' This is a movement of ' the
South and West and you must have a
Southerner on your national ticket." .
In conclusion Watson made this sig
"We are not going to put up a candi
date against Bryan. We are going to
vote for Bryan whether Sewall is with
drawn or not. Let Mr. Jones say what
he likes. Let him insult you if he will.
Make no answer. We are going to . put
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out a full electoral ticket for Bryan and
Watson. We can't vote for Sewall,"
A TEMPERANCE FLANK.
Georgia Popalisxs. Would Banish the
.Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 7. The Populist
state convention having perfected or
ganization yesterday and listened to
Watson's address last night, settled
promptly down to business this morning.
The platform indorses the St. Louis
platform and contains the following bar
room plank : ,
"Civilization, to say nothing of relig
ion, has entered upon the judgment of
condemnation against barrooms. Public
conscience revolts at the license system,
which fosters the saloon and generates
its manifold evils in consideration of. a
revenue that pays less than a tithe of
the public burden it entails. It is non
American monopolistic and essentially
The Sewall-Watson Huddle.
Chicago, Aug. 7. The Times-Herald
eaye : There is a tight on between Gov.
ernor Altgeld and Chairman Jones of
the Democratic national committee.
Governor Altgeld holds Chairman Jones
personally responsible for the Sewall
Watson muddle and is of the opinion
that if the Arkansas senator bad re
mained away from St. Louis matters
would have adjusted themselves in much
Was Loyal to His Party. -
Washington, Aug. 7. A. C. Moore,
a colored messengor in the treasury de
partment, has resigned, assigning as the
cause his refusal to serve under a Demo
crat who bolted the ticket nominated by
the party convention.
Senator Quay Will Ketire.
Pittsecbg, Aug. 7. Senator Quay
says he will retire from politics at the
expiration of his present term.
Philadelphia, Aug. 7. Mark Hanna
says McKinley will not go on the stump
against Bryan. .' : ' "
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A Man Sold at Auction.
Eiizabkthtown, Ky., Aug. 6. A sale
on the court house steps last evening
was a reminder of ante-bellum days.
Instead of a negro slave -being trans
ferred to another owner, it was a white
mm sold at auction for vagrancy under
an old law seldom enforced, The, va
grant was Lawrence Peak convicted by
the circuit court. Six. months was the
penalty. The sale was cried by Deputy
Sheriff Williams. Out of the large
crowd present there was only one bidder.
John C. Reil bid $12 75, for which he is
entitled to Peak's' services for six
Oysters for Oregon.
Portland, Aug. 7. At the solicita
tion of Mrs. Governor Lord, State Fish
and Game Protector McGuire has se
cured from the national fish commis
sioner a carload of Eastern pysters which
are to be transplanted on the Oregon
coast. The oysters will be bronght as
soon as the location is selected for plant
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The Tollers' End of It.
New York World, Dem.
The average dividend eaanings of the
railroads is less than 1 per cent. - The
best of them earn about 4 or 5 per cent,
If, by a lapse to the silver standard,,
their earnings are reduced one-half,
what is to be the fate of their employes?
They will have to pay double for their
necessaries, bnt they cannot expect that
their wages will be doubled, because the
companies that employ them cannot
earn the money to pay more.
Thegripmen on trolley and cable cars,
for example, are paid out of the nickels
received for fare. If tbe value of those
nickels is reduced one-half, will not the
gripmen and conductors be the worst
and most hopeless sufferers? The same
thing applies to the earnings of the
steam railroads and the wages of their
employee. Is it not certain that free
coinage and a lapse to the silver basis
mean first of all impoverishment to the
These are matters for the serious con
sideration of men who earn wages.
A NoTel Spectacle.
William M. Singerly, of the Philadel
phia Record, presents the novel specta
cle of a man running for office and en
deavoring, through his own paper, to de
feat his own election. He is one of the
Democratic presidential electors, and he
says that if elected he would be in honor
bound to vote for Bryan and Sewall, but
he prophecies that there is no danger of
his being elected. His paper is squarely
against free silver and in favor of sound
money. ' -"
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