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At Stubling & Williams
We are showing a splended line of Spring and Summer
Suitings at lower prices than can be obtained elsewhere.
No. need to patronize foreign firms employing Chinese
labor. Our garments are made on the premises by
H. E. BALCH.
The above are Sole Agents in The Dalles for this
celebrated Beer, both in bottle and keg.
Anheuser-Busch Malt Nu trine, a non-alcoholic
beverage, unequaled as a tonic.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
78 Second Street.
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The Dalles Daily Chronicle.
The only Republican Daily Newspapei n
AUGUST 8, 1896
MTIOBL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
WILLIAM M'KIXLEY Ohie
GARRET A. HO BART New Jersey
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEER Marlon County
B. M. YOBAS Lane
E. If SMITH Wasco
J. F. CAPLES Multnomah
ej-vernor W. P. Lord
Secretary of State II R Kincaid
Treasurer Phillip Metschan
Bupt.oI Public Instruction G. M. Irwin
Attorney-General CM. Idleman
Bratrs jj.JH. Mitchell
etate Printer V. H. Leeds
"It is immaterial, in my judgment,
viluther the sheep grower receive any ben
efit from the tariff or not.
Whether he does or does not, I am for
fret wool." Extract from speech of Wil
liam J. Bryan in the house of representa
tives when the Wilxon bill was under con
of the last four years and continue
the unquestionable evils of Demo
cratic rule for another term ? Even
granting that the free silver theory
is right and -would do everything for
the country that its advocates assert,
the same 2er,eral and decisive ob
jections to the Democratic party
would remain, and intelligence would
suggest that such a party could not
be depended upon to carry out any
advantageous policy. The money
question involves the larger one of
choosing between the two great par
ties on the basis of their respective
records in the matter of conducting
the public business and dealing with
the interests of tlie country. It is
not to be forgotten that the Demo
cratic party is proposing to repair
damages that it has itself wrought :
and what reason is there to suppose
that it would do any better on fur
ther trial? "Human experience in
every walk of life," as Speaker Reed
puts it, "teaches that those who have
blundered will blunder again." The
extent to which the Democrats have
blundered in the last four years is
unprecedented in our political his
tory; and it is safe to say, therefore,
that they will not be permitted to
carry this j'car's election and prolong
the misfortunes that are directly at
tributable to their folly and wickedness.
THE MAIN QUESTION.
It is true, as Speaker Reed says,
that two months ago it was gener
ally believed that Republican suc
cess was a foregone conclusion.
This belief was founded upon cer
tain well-known facts and justified by
confidence in the good sense of the
American people. "What has hap
pened since then ?" he asks. "Have
the last four years of history been
blotted out? Not one scrap of them.
Is our condition better? Rather
worse." This presents the case in a
dear light, and emphasizes the main
question of the campaign. The facts
that led everybody to concede the
election of the Republican ticket two
months ago still exist and still mem
"what they then meant. They are to
the effect that the Democratic party
has proved itself to be incapable of
managing the affairs of the govern
ment and unworthy of public trust
ana respect, this is certainly a
sufficient reason for saying that it
should not be given another lease of
power, and for believing that such a
result will not ensue. Why, then,
should we be told that the popular
judgment of two months ago as to
the outcome of the pending contest
should now be modified by doubt
and fear in that relation ? The sit
nation has not been changed in any
way that ' lessens the measure of
Democratic incompetency and of
Democratic responsibility for the
hard times. What is there, then, to
justify the idea that the Republican
ticket may be defeated after all ?
To be sure, says the Globe-Demo
crat, in the last two months, the free
silver fallacy has been fastened upon
the Democratic party as its leading
doctrine and its principal purpose;
but in what respect does this warrant
the inference that the people may
possibly shut their eyes to the facts
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Accept no substitute that may be recom
mended to be "just as good." It maybe
better for the dealer because of paying
him a better profit, but he is not the one
who needs help.
A free sample (4 to 7 doses) on trial, is
mailed to any address, post-paid, on Teceipt
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The Dalles, Oregon.
VOGT'S OPERA HOUSE, The Dalles.
Special engagement, two nights and, one matinee.
That doesn't admire the handsome new stock of
C. F. Stephens, which comprises everything
pleasing to the feminine fanc3r. .
New Goods, New Prices.
Everything new but the management. New pat
rons are numerous, and if everyone knew the
really fine bargains which are always temptingly
displa'ed, no time would be lost iri hastening to
the store. Take a glance over the stock.
Agent for the W. Hi. Douglas Shoes.
Anpst 1 0 anfl 1 1
Family Matinee, Tuesday, at 2:30 P. M.
, I JOHNNIE SANBORN,
The only self-swinsrine animal in
This is the First and only appearance in The Dalles of the
Cascade Watm Springs Hotel
IS NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.
Board and Room per day $1.25
Board and Room per week $7.00 and 8.00
Baths , 25c each
For Particulars Address T. MOFFETT,
274 Taylor Street, - - aug7-dylmo - - PORTLAND, OREGON
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OTTO BIRGFELD, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
-SOLE AGENT FOR THE-
Celebrated Gambrinus Beer.
NO. 94 SECOND STREET,
THE DALLES, . - - - OREGON".
Meals at All Hours
From 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Board, $3 to $4 per week
at Mrs. C. Nelson 5c Co.'s.
BucUtB'i Aniics Salve.
The best salve in the world for cats,
braises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevei
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It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
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"Unquestionably the most wonderfnl exhibition of animal intelligence In ex
istence." San Francisco Examiner, April 28, 1896.
Horses of the Rarest Beauty and Human Intelligence. Two
Hours' Performance, replete with Wonderful Featuree.
Note Prices. 35 and 50c. No Higher.
At the matinee on Tuesday all children are given a Free Pony Ride, and are
also given any seat in the opera bouse for 2d cents.
DURRBIiE, SUBSTRflTIAii, ORflflFflEtfTAIi.
Cost only twice as much as wooden walks, and will laet
, forever. One should surround every block in the city.
Make a specialty of laying Cement Walke, and guaran
tee their work. Estimates of cost . furnished on appli
cation to the above.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
This well-known Brewery is now turning out the beet Beer and Portej
east of the Cascades. ' The lateet appliances' for the manufacture of good health
fnl Beer have been introduced, and ony the fiiet-claes article will be placed o
he market. .
The Dalles Commission Go.,
Coal, Ice ani Muce, Fpreip ani Domestic- Fruits and YegeiaWes.
Oysters, Fish, Poultry and Game in Season.
NORTH POWDER ICE, which is noted for its purity and lasting qualities.
and GEOltGES CBIEK
Phone 128 and 255. Corper Second and Washington Streets.
Consignments Solicited. Goods received for Cold Storage and Forwarding.
"There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at its flood
leads on to fortune"
The poet unquestionably had reference to the
Closing Out Sale of Furniture and Carpets
at C RANDALL & BURGET'S,
Who are selling these goods out at greatly-reduced rates
MICHELBACH BRICK, - - UNIO fiT.
Kill or Catch those Flies
with. "TANGLEFOOT" or "DTJTCHER'S LIGHT
NING FLY KILLER;
Only 5c a Double Sheet at
Donnells Drug Store.