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AMeasor W. II. Whipple
Barveyor J. B.uoit
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Coroner W. H. Butts
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APRIL 21, 1898
JOHN WANA 31 A KER'S EXAMPLE.
General Harrison's postmaster gen
eral, John Wnnamakcr, has set an
example of patriotism which rarely
has been equaled and which could
net be excelled. First of all, he
offers his personal services to the
government upon the Held of battle.
He is no stay-at-home patriot. He
says to others who .would risk their
lives for their county, "Come," not
go. But he does not stop there. Far
from it. He is one of the largest
employers in the country, and here
is the notice he has posted in his
mammoth store in Philadelphia :
Uotice In order tbat our men
may have easy minds in considering
and arranging their affairs in the
event of being called upon for mili
tary service, this notice is posted to
1. That all the positions thus va
cated will be reopened to return to
-when the military service is over.
2. That all salaries will continue
' in full in such absence for actual
service, and be paid to the author
ized representative of their respec
3. An insurance to the amount
of 81,000 will be paid by the firm in
case of each death while an of our
people are actually engaged in inui-
. tary service.
Money, like nature, "speaks
varied language," says the Inter
Ocean. In this case it speaks the
vernacular of patriotism, and that,
with an eloquence rivaling the high
est flights of the orator or statesman.
Nor is this acticn of Mr. Wnnamakcr
a momentary spasm, due to recent
eveitement. Some months ago an
other member of the Harrison cabi
net, ex-Secretary of State Foster,
went to Philadelphia at the request
ot the administration to make a plea
for the Cuban relief fund.
He was given free access to the
consular correspondence in the state
department in the preparation
of bis speech. An immense audi
ence awaited him, and be made a
-very strong piesentnlion of the needs
of the Cubans. Observing Mr. Wa-
namaker in the audience, he called
upon bim to speak at the close of his
own address. In response Mr. Wan-
amaker took the position tbat the
way to afford relief to the starving
Cuban was to free the island from
Spanish despotism. Then, for the
first time in the evening, the audi
x-nce became enthusiastic. The sul
len silence which had prevailed dur
ing Mr. Foster's address was broken
and a wild scene of cheering fo!
lowed. Mr. Fostcr'6 object in call
ing out his friend and cabinet col
league was defeated. It was a
striking case of building better than
one knew. In justice, however, to
Kr. Foster it should be added that
be was well pleased'" with the turn
the affair took, for his researches in
preparipg the addresr bad convinced
Mm that nothing short of tlio army
and navy of the United States could
afford effective relief to Cuba.
It was still another member of 'the
Harrison cabinet, Senator Proctor,
wJk by bU speech oa bl personal
hatrvatloas In Cuba dfd so much to
Bwate the pi stent puplio sentiment
l ;favor of the Cubans. A fourth
ia Ute eabiuet list, 'General Noble of
RICHARD & PRINGLE'S
mm. ' FAMOUS
IN MIOHTY UNION WITH
RUSCO & HOLLAND'S
Billy Kersands , Ne?l Moore, Jr. The Great
Diamond Quartette Pattie Robinson
Williams Bros. Geo. Titchner
FREE CONCERT A?t FREE CONCERT
St. Louis, has been outspoken in his
Notwithstanding the fact that Mr.
Elkins was for a short time secretary
of war under him, President Harri
son has especial occasion to be proud
of the showing his cabinet is making
in the present emergency.
No one need hesitate to purchase the
Kickapoo Indian remedies, as they are
reliable. The Kickapoo company has
always enjoyed the very beat reputation
for reliability and square dealing. Their
remedies are sold by all druggists, and
were handled by the druggists in The
Dalles long before the coming of their
advertising company, now occupying
the Baldwin opera house. Ask your
druggists for Kickapoo Indian remedies.
At the ait End Feed Yard.
Harper Bros., of the East End feed
yard have a thoroughbred Jersey bull,
which they will stand for the season at
the feed yards. For terms apply to the
The farmer, the mechanic and the bi
cycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts
and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve is the best thing to keep on hand.
It heals quickly, and is a well known
cure for piles. Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
A fresh lot of cauliflower, cabbage,
sweets, oranges and lemons at Commis
eion & Grocery Co.'g.
ONE FOR A DOSE.
Billoujaess, Parity thuBlood,
Car Hedcbo and DripebiU.
ic. Bald bj drag-gUu. DR. B0SANK0 CO. Phila. Pa.
Dr. Shackelford has removed his office
to room 14, Vogt block, over the post
Ue fire Doigg
Wo Print Anything in
the Printing Line.
THE PARADE, by Two Bands, at 11:30 A. M.
Reserved Bents on sale at the Snipee-Kineraly
C. J. STOBlilJlG
Wholesale and Retail
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agency for the Greatest American Liquor
Yellowstone Sour Mash Whiskey.
WHISKEY from $2.75 to $0.00 per gallon. (4 to 15 years old.)
IMP0ETED 00GNA0 from $7.00 to $12.00 per gnllon. (11 to 20 years old.
0ALIP0ENIA BEANDIES from $3.25
ONLY THE PUREST LIQUORS SOLD.
HOP GOLD BEER on draught, and Val
Imported Ale and Porter.
JOBBERS IN IMPORTED and
I have re-opened this well-known Bakery,
and am now prepared to supply every
body with Bread, Pies and Cakes. Also
all kinds of Staple and Fancy Grocer es.
GEORGE RUCH, Pioneer Grocer
All kinds of
The Dalles, Or.
11. Z. DONNELL,
TOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY.
Opp. A. M. Williams & Co.,
tt VfN has the best Shoes
"L everything to be found in a
lot Opera louse
Oriorp Kirsly, Alar;'?.
Gauze Wm. Slay
to $6.00 per gallon. (4 to 11 years old.)
Blatz and Hop Gold Beer in bottler.
THE DALLES, OR
the best Dress Goods
Dry Goods Store.
Now Ideas in Wall Papnr hero. Such
wide variety us wo tue showing never be
fore uraemia Hindu otock. lteal imita
tion cruton uU'ecte at ordinary prlccH.
Good papers at cheap paper prices.
Elegant designs, tasteful coloriniin, yours
for u Hinnll price, at our storo on Third
street. Also a full Hue of house paints.
D. W. VAUSE, Third St.
There is no need of special remedies
for the young and huulthy person. The
sprint; chicken tins (teen noted for its
unwisdom, it you would liavo neaitn
and keep it, vou must bo wIhu und pru
dent. When you have a symptom, go
alter it. J'rovunt itu developing. v lien
you are well, keep well. The only vay
you may is Ity having the best drugs at
hand at all times.
liELIAULE PH ARM AGISTS.
175 Second Street. THE DALLES.
Tfie GoiumDia PackingCo.,
Fine Lard and Sausages.
Gurersof yf BRAND
HAMS & BACON
JRIED iJEEF, ETC.
50 Years 50
Undisputed supremacy in tho World's
Increases Yield of Wool.
Enhances Value of Plook
Cheap, Safe, Handy. Clean, Wholesome
ljecommonded by Manufacturers, Scour.
era anu uuyers. bold hy
PEASE & MAYS,
THE DALLES, OR.
C. G. KobertB, General Auent. 217 Anh
Streat, Portland, Oretton.
.. viuy. cum miner jmj I ve KuarAntee or
ver box by nmll. bolo agwrnTftir the Uitltwl
The only orlRlniil and iinunx FrauorfVa.
inula tuguutur, ot Miue Ht. Uttrmlii, Fnrlii
167 WaatoliiiiMm ;'iili;S".''"VM
OIVKB THE CHOICE OV
TWO Transcontinental ROUTES
Low Rates to all Eastern Citi
OREGON GEO. 01. EhDER
CITY OF TOPEKfl
Leave Portland every five days for
Ocean Steamers lenvc Portland every
Five Days lor
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
Stontnera monthly (roni rortlnnd to
Yokohitnm nud Hong Kong via North,
urn Pnelflc Rtpnmahip Co.. iu connection
with O. It. & N.
Fqr full imrtlctiliirH call on O. It. & N. Co.'
ngunt Tlio JMIlc'H. or ii(lilri't
V. II. IIL'IIMIXUT,
(Ion. Ant., 1'orlUiul, Or.
JIOD30N, OAKI.Il.Ii (!)., (ion. AkIh.
Nortliorn I'liultlu rilvamslilji Co.
No. I, to Hpoknnu mid (ireiit Northern nrrlvci
at If.Z'r p. tn knvi's at T:3) ). in. No. 'J, l'vndle
ion linker City ond Union 1'nclllc, arrlvct 11:15
. m., departs H:ftO , m.
No .1, from Siiokanu and (IriMit Northern, nr
rives nt 0'fiO ii. in., (IciwrtJi at 0:6") it. m. No. 1,
from Jlaktr City and Unloii l'ncllic, urrlvos at
3:'J0 a. in,, dcimriK at :i:C0 a. m.
The following freight trnlim curry tmsncncers
on tlio llrst and xeuoud dUtrluta, lint do not stop
nt Million plutforniH:
No.'.':! m-.hI, arrive at & p. in., departs at 9:1)
No. 21 cost, arrives at l'.':C0 p. m., departs at
1:15 p. in.
W. II. HUiaUUHT, (Ion. l'nss.Agt
Saipes-Kinersly Drug Co
129 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OREGON
J. 8. HCIISNK,
it. M. ',,
First National Bank.
THE DALLES . - PHt"V.?i
A General i5nklng Huaineas "'' ;
Uepoilta received, sunjeci w w
Draft or Check.
CollectlonB made and proceeds prompt
remitted.on dav of collection.
Bight and Telegraphic Exchange sold oa
New York, Ban Francisco and porl
D. P. Thomfbom. Jno. S. hchmc
Ed. M. WH.UAKB, Gko. A. Lib.
' a.ia. bkai.I"
FRENCH & CO.,
Uttert of Credit lnued available In ,
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