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THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUGUST. IS, 1896
WITH THE NOMINEES
What the Presidential Can
didates Did Yesterday.
McKIXLEY RETURNS TO CAXTOX
He Visited Hi Campaign Manager at
Cleveland Yesterday.-Mr. Bryan
. Cleveland, O., Aug. 17. Major Wil
liam McKinley, the Republican presi
dential nominee, accompanied by bia
wife, returned to Canton this morning,
after having spent Sunday in this city
as the guest of M. A. Banna, the Re
publican campaign manager. .
When Major and Mrs. McKinley ar
rived at the depot this morning to take
the train for Canton, they found a crowd
of -people waiting to eee them off.
Hearty cheers were given for' McKinley,
to which : the nominee responded by
bowing and raising his hat. The dem
onstration was not concluded until the
train had pulled out.
Hanna will leave for New York this
evening to visit the Republican head
quarters there and look after important
business in connection with the cam
paign.. When asked today as to the truth or
falsity of the recent report that McKin
ley would Boon take the stump, Mana
ger Hanna responded that McKinley
would do no speaking daring the com
Hanna is confident of the success of
the Republican party at the coming
election,' and says that evidence contin
ues to come in of 'the weakening of the
free-silver craze in various states.
- The Morales Raiders.
Washington,' Aug. 17. The war de
partment has received dispatches -from
General Wheaton, detailing the move
ments of the troops in pursuit of the In
dian raider6 - from Mexico. It is be
lieved that such disposition of the troops
has been made as will intercept them if
if they attempt to cross into Mexico.
The Indians are on foot and are pursued
by mounted troops. Mexican authori
ties will establish a garrison at Nogales
for the purpose of preventing further In
Mryan at ron(hkeete.
POUGHKEEPSIE, .N.- Y., Aug. 17.
When W. J. Bryan reached Poughkeep
eie 400 people were on deck to greet him.
and followed him up the street cheering
and shouting for a speech. When he
reached the depot the crowd became so
insistent that Bryan finally yielded to
their wishes, and standing on a box
"I am up here for rest, and I did not
. expect to make a speech, but I probably
shall not see you again, and I will take
this opportunity to say a few words to
yon. I an very glad to see you all
From the tone of the New York opposi
tion prees one would be led .to suppose
there was no silver eentiment in this
state. I am glad to see here the refuta
tion of that fallacy and to notice that
even the great New York press cannot
stifle the wishes of the people. This is a
time when the thinking people outnum
ber corporations and when people will
vote according to their own judgment.
"It is to be the greatest campaign' we
young people have even seen, and I be
lieve is a good sign when we can, as in
this campaign foresee independence. We
are naturally an independent people,
and this is a time when' that independ
ence should be asserted."
Then Bryan asked, "How many here
are silver men?"
A number of men raised their hands,
and he said : "I want you to study up
this matter and see how many silver
men you can get out for our campaign."
"How are you for the workingmen?'
shouted a man in the crowd.
Bryan hesitated a second and then an
swered: "Will you take what I have
said and what I have done, consider it
very carefully, then judge as between
our cause and that of our opponents?
The candidates represent only the poli
tics in their parties, and it is not for me
to tell you what is your duty. It is for
yon to study the issues and I am glad
that you are doing 60, and when you find
out what your duty is. do it:"
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan left on the New
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Like Darius Greene.
New Yobk, Aug 17. A special cable
from -Berlin to the Jonrnal says that
Professor Otto Lilienthal, the well known
inventor, died Tuesday from the effects
of a fall from hi9 flying machine. The
aeronaut arose 15 meters from the moun
tain when he lost his balance and fell to
the ground head first. His last words
were: "Mine is the true inventor's
The Barking or Dogs.
Vaedoe, Norway, Aug. 17. Dr. Nan-
een left thia morning for Christiana.
The meeting between Nansen and Jack
son, the English explorer, was the result
of the barking of dogs. The Norwegian
and companions were exploring when
they heard barking. Following -, the
sound they reached Jackson's camp.
V'ardoe has been decorated in honor of
Naasen's return. -
G11L HAMILTON DEAD.
Famous Journalist Passes' Away at Her
Hamilton, Mass., Aug. 17. Mis Mary
Abigail Dodge, writer, biographer and
controversialist, died here this evening.
Miss Dodge sustained a stroke of "par
alysis whiie sitting at the breakfast table
yesterday morning. She fell from her
chair, was picked up unconscious, and
remained in that condition until her
Since the illness of last year, which
came on suddenly in the Blaine mansion
in Washington. Miss Dodge lived very
quietly at her old home in Hamilton,
Mass. Her strength had never rallied
after that illness, but. during that time
she had been able occasionally to drive
about the town and to entertain, in her
old delightful manner, the friends who
called upon her. Her literary work dur
ing this time had been fragmentary,
done by the help of an amanuensis as a
diversion when some current event had
especially attracted her interest.
His Last Patrol. -.
Walla Walla, Wash., Aug. 17. M.
Ames, city marshal, died at midnight
Sunday, after a ' brief illness of three
days. For years he was afflicted with a
complication of liver and kidney trouble.
He was taken ill three days ago, and be
came unconscious . Sunday evening, ex
piring at midnight.
Mrs. Drews is prepared to furnish
board and lodging for four or five pupils
attending school in The Dalles at $12
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A Boy Murderer.
Minnesota, Minn., Aug.- 17. Carl
Ran berg, an lS-j ear-old boy of this
place, was thot and almost instantly
killed by a stranger, who calls himself
Walter H. Glass of Nebraska City, Neb.
The weapon used was a shotgun of large
bore. Two other lade, Mike Bunce and
Gaeger, who among others were with
young Ranberg at the time, were also
wounded by stray shots.
Glass gave himself up to the authori
ties and was taken to 'Marshall and
lodged in the county jail. He claims
that he was provoked 10 shoot by insult
ing language used by some of the boys
in the hearing of the prisoner and his
To All Whom It Mav Conceen :
By order of the Common Council of
Dalles City, made on the 3d day of Au
gust, 1896 and entered of record in the
records of Dalles City on the 4th day of
August, 1896, notice is hereby given that
the sidewalks on the following streets
have been declared dangerous by eaid
council on said 3d day of August, and
the eid Common Council will proceed
to make the improvements as herein
after stated, on eaid streets, or parts of
streete, so declared dangerous, afttr
fourteen days from the first publication
of this notice, to-wit, August 7, 1896;
and the cost of such improvements of all
each sidewalks, and of each of them,
will be charged and levied upon the
property adjacent thereto and directly
benefited thereby, as by charter pro
vided. , ; " ' .
The sidewalks declared dangerous and
about to be built are as follows, to-wit :
1. To build a sidewalk on the west
side of Court street from Second street
to the alley, along lot 5 in block 4.'
2. To build a sidewalk on the south
side of Second etreet, between Court and
Union streets, along lot 3 in block 6.
3. To build a sidewalk on the north
side of Second street from Union etreet
east 72 feet, along lot 8 in block 4, and on
Union etreet from Second street to the
alley, along lot 8, in block 4.
4. . To build a sidewalk on the north
side of Fourth, along, the property now
occupied by W. E. Garretson.
5. To build a sidewalk on the north
side of Fourth- street, along lot 4 in
block 2. '
6. I'o build a sidewalk on the north
6ide of Third street, along lot 6 in block
5, and on the west side of Washington
street, along lot 6 in block 5, from Third
etreet to alley.
7. To buiid a sidewalk on the north
side of Alvord street along lots 3 and 4,
in block 2, between Langhlin and Fed
8. To build a eidewalk on the east
side of Washington street, along lot 12
in block A, and on the north side of Ful
ton street, along lots 9, 1G, 11 and 12, in
9. To build a eidewalk on the north
side of Second street, between Washing
ton and Court streets, along lot 9, in
All of said sidewalks will be built and
constructed in accordance with the pro
visions of the charter and ordinances of
Dated this 7th day of August, 1896.
Gilbebt W. Phelps,
Recorder of Dalles City.
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