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THE DALLES, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1898
Next Congress Will Be Ad
Ten Congressional Districts Are Yet in
Doubt, But Should They All Go
Democratic, the Republicars Would
Still Have a Majority of Nine
Votes There Will be Not Less
Than 183 Republicans in the
Chicago, Nov. 10. Dispatches to the
Associated Press up to 11:12 today from
337 out of 357 congressional districts
show the Republicans have elected 183,
and the Democrats and Fusionists 184.
There are still ten doubtful districts.
Washington, Nov. 10. Babcock.of the
Republican congressional committee, be
lievs this morning that the Republican
majority in the next house will reach
At Democratic congressional head
quarters they have no figures this morn
ing. They did not concede the house,
claiming the returns from many districts
were yet too meager to definitely deter
mine the result. Corruption was charged
against the Republican managers by the
SENATOR THURSTON'S VIEWS.
Republican Victory an Indorsement of
Chicago, Nov. 10. A special to the
Times-Herald from Lincoln, Neb., says:
On the result of the election United
States Senator Thurston says:
"The sweeping Republican victory in
the West, including Nebraska, means
the unconditional indorsement of Presi
dent McKinley's administration, the
conduct of the war and his foreign policy.
The battle was fought on the straight
goldstandard platform, and the result,
in my judgment, absolutely eliminates
free ail rer as a national issue in 1900.
"The entire tendency of independent
voters ia to return to old party allegiance,
with permanent gains to the Republi
can party from the best elements of
Democracy and Populism. This is large
ly due to the prosperous conditions of
agriculture and business generally. The
people are satisfied with present condi
tions. "In Nebraska the F unionists early in
the campaign practically abandoned the
free-silver issue, and for a time attempt
ed to maintain themselves by criticisms
of the conduct of the war. Driven from
this, they fell back on the McCleary bill.
"The Republican campaign was very
active and aggressive, and successfully
met the three issues in detail. Above
everything else, however, was the pa
triotic determination to stand by an ad
ministration whose victories in war and
whose far-reaching and successful for
eign policy have won the admiration of
SWEEPING VICTORY FOR GAGE
Republican Candidate for Governor of
California Gets 30,000 Majority.
San Francisco, Nov. 10. Although
complete returns have not been received
from all the counties in California, the
indications are that the majority of
Henry T. (iage, Republican, for govern
or, will be nearly 30,000. His associates
on the state ticket are all elected, with
the possible exception of Curry for sec-
retary of state, who ran far behind and
may have been beaten by Thompson,
For justices of the supreme court, Mc
Farland, Republican, and Van Dyke,
Democrat, are in the lead, and will prob
ably win, as the precincts to be
beard from are not expected to change
the relative position of theoppoBing can
didates. Mayor Phelan is re-elected in San
Francieco by about 3,000 majority, but
with the acception of the assessor and
three superior judges aud two supervis
ors, the other municipal officers will be
The next legislature will have a large
Republican majority in joint ballot, in
suring the election of a Republican to
the United States senate.
San Feancisco, Nov. 10. With 756
precincts to hear from, Gage, the Repub
lican candidates for governor, leads Ma
guire, the Democratic candidate, by 23,
826. The Republicans have surely
elected all the rest of the etate ticket
except secretary of state and justice of
the supreme court. The congressional
ticket will probably stand six Republi
cans and one Democrat. The Republi
cans have a clear majority of forty-three
joint ballot in the legislature.
A Republican Legislature.
Paekebsbubg, W. Va., Nov. 10.
White, secretary of the Republican state
committee, says: "The West Virginia
legislature is Republican in both branch
es, tbe senate by ten, the house by
Fusionists Get Governor.
Omaha, Nov. 10. Chairman Schneider
of the Republican state committee, con
cedes the election of Poynter, Fusion,
for governor by 1000. The balance of
the ticket resulted in about the same
proposition. The Republicans will have
a majority of four on joint ballot.
SOME FACTS REGARDING THE RAPID
INCREASE OF HEART TROUBLES.
Do Not Be Alarmed, But Look For the
Heart troubles, at least among Amer-
cans, are certainly increasing and while
this may be largely due to the excite
ment and worry of American business
life, it it more often the result of weak
stomachs, of poor digestion.
Real, organic heart disease is incura
ble; but not one case in a hundred of
heart trouble is organic.
The close relation between heart
trouble and poor digestion is because
both organs are controled by branches of
the same great nerves, the Sympathetic
In another way, also the heart is af
fected by that form of digestion, which
causes gas and fermentation from half di
gested food ; there is a feeling of heavi
ness and oppression in the chest caused
by pressure of the distended stomach on
the heart and lungs, interfering with
their action; hence arises palpitation
and short breath.
Poor digestion also poisons the blood ;
makes it thin and watery, which irri
tates and weakens the heart.
The most sensible treatment for heait
trouble is to improve tbe digestion and
to insure a prompt assimilation of food.
This can best be done by the regular
use after meals of some safe, pleasant
and effective digestive preparation, like
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which may
be found at most drug stores and which
contain valuable, harmless digestive
elements in a pleasant.convenient form
It is safe to say that the regular, per
sistent nse of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablete
at meal time will cure any form of stom
ach trouble except cancer of ' the stom
Full sized package of the tablets sold
by druggists at 50 cents.
Little book on stomach troubles mailed
free. Address Stnart Co. Maiftal,
Ladies earn $8.00 per week working at
some, no canvassing, enclose self ad
dressed stamped envelope. Standard
Novelty Co., 101 Beekman St., New York
Whitemen Provoke Trouble
FOUR OF THE
Battle Was Precipitated By the De
struction of the Plant of Newspa
per Run by a Negro, and in Which
Had Been Published an Article
Derogatory -to the White Women
Wilmington-, N. C, Nov. 10. Events
have moved quickly in Wilmington.
This morning tbe white , people made
good their threats to take vengeance on
the negro newspaper which published
an editorial derogatory to the white
women. .At 7:30 o'clock the negroes not
having responded to the demand for the
removal of the press of tbe Record, tbe
negro newspaper, Fix-Representative
Waddell, chairman of the white commit
tee of twenty-five, repaired to the light
infantry armory, where he was to meet
the citizens by appointment. Eight
o'clock was the last hour of grace for the
negroes to reply, and that hour passed
without an answer of any kind being re
Meantime armed men had begun to
gather in the street in front ot the armo
ry. They carried rifles, shotguns and
ammunition, and the assemblage in
cluded some of the most BOlid citizens
of the town. At 8 o'clock tbe procession
moved in the direction of the Record
printing office. When the negro quar
terwas reached the negroes could be
seen a few blocks away running into
When the crowd arrived in front of
the Record office, the citizens surged
into the place and commenced the work
of destruction. Furniture was smashed
and thrown into the street, floors were
gutted of moveables, and the building
was fired and destroyed.
Some one tnrned in a fire alarm, and
when the engine responded the crowd
discharged their weapons, and a fuBilade
of gun and pistol shots and shouts filled
the air. The affair was soon over, how
ever, and no one was hurt. The pub
lishing house was destroyed, but neigh
boring property was saved. Manley.bis
brother and associate, fled and could not
be found by the citizens.
Last night was one of terror. There
were disturbances in different sections
of the city, and the streets were patrolled
during the-hours of darkness by armed
whites. In one instance a number of
negroes fired on a street car, but with
out injuring any one. Mobs of excited
negroes gathered at various places and
were only dispersed after argument.
The police were not in evidence, and
made no effort to assist in restoring or
der. Soon after 11 o'clock news came
that reinforcements were needed in the
negro section of Brooklyn. The men
were sent. Twenty minutes later news
came that there had been a collision be
tween the whites and blacks, and that
blood had been shed.
As a result of the trouble at Brooklyn,
it is believed that the negroes who have
been killed will number four. A white
man named Mayo, who was shot in the
stomach, has since.died. Another white
man was hurt. The situation is quiet at
the ecene of the trouble now. The ne
groes have gone into their houses. Squads
of men are halting all negroes and tak
icg their pistols from tbem.
The demonstration this morning re
sulted from tbe action ot a mass meet
ing of white citizens yesterday called to
"assert the ' supremacy of the white
Royal makes the food pare,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
THE TERESA DID
NOT RUN ASHORE
Views of the Captain of the Steamer
Saginaw in Regard to the Re
port of the Loss of the Vessel.
Boston, Nov. 10. If the Spanish crui
ser Maria Teresa is on Cat island, Ba
hamas, there was little indication of it
when Captain Garvin, of the steamer
Saginaw, passed there on November 4,
three days after she was abandoned.
The Saginaw sailed from Port de Pals,
Hayti, on November 3d, and passed
within thirty miles of Cat island the
next day. Captain Garvin said that
when off the island he encountered a
fleet of wreckers, or sponge fishermen,
who are constantly on the lookout for
wrecks, especially after such a gale as
swept over the Bahams during the first
of the week.
If the Toresa was ashore on the island
at that time, every one of those daring
fishermen would have flocked around
her within a few hours after she had
grounded, and would not have gone
hunting about the ocean with such a
prize so close at hand.
Last and Final Notice. .
I hereby give notice that on and after
the 1st of November, 1898, I will, with
out further notice, proceed to levy upon
all property upon which taxes remain
unpaid for the year 1897.
Robert Kelly, Sheriff,
x Wasco County,
Have your bicycle repairing done by
Chas. Burchtorf, corner of Third and
Federal. Phone 49.
W. LUND ELL, B. M-
Teacher of Vocal Culture.
Sight Reading and Harmony.
Studio at Residence. Cor. 6th and Liberty,
inves'gtioa olleltea. THE DALLES, OR.
Office over French fc Co.'s Bank
Phone 6, THE DALLES,' OREGON
Collections a Specialty.
3eeond Street, THE DALLES, OREGON.
JOLLIE V. O'LEARY,
Room 3, Chapman Block.
China painting a specialty.
J-JRS- OEIBENDORFFER BVEDT,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Special attention given to surgery.
Rooms 21 and 22. TeL 32S Vogt Block
B S HUNTINGTON H S WILSON
HUNTINGTON & WILSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
THE DALLES, OREGON
Office over First Nat. Bank.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Oflice ovei First Nat. Bank.
Lot 887 Ladies' fleeced wrariTers. new and
rich bright floral designs on black ground,
square yoke and collar, trimmed with fancy
bruid; separate waist lining, finished QC
arm holes, sizes 32 to 44. Price i7JO.
Lot 446 Ladies' wrappers, made of a good
quality t a teen in dark blue ground with
white figure. Style as above illustration;
square yoke front and hack, finished with ruffle
and narrow fancy braid. Also in plain black
sateen with white braid trimming. C1 Q
Sizes 32 to 44. Price p.L.SO
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
Rockford "Quick Shot"
12-Plate Magazine Camera.
"Turn the lever and you are ready for
another." No plate holders with slides
to draw. No sleeve or changing bag. No
chance to fog plates. No failures.
If you want 12 pictures quick, buy the
"Quick-Shot,'; the only magazine cams
era that holds the plates securely after
they are exposed. No rattling or break
ing of plates. Best on earth.
- r QixiK $6.00
4x5 ; $9.00
With one dozen plate holders.
Manufactured under the Conley patents by the
Rockford Silver Plate Co.,
We sell only through local agents. Ask our
agents to show you this "Quick shot."
Wasco Warehouse Company
Headquarters for Seed Grain of an kinds.
Headquarters for Feed Grain otrii kinds.
Headquarters for Rolled Grain, ail kinds.
Headquarters for Bran, Shorts, o?mT"l feeo
Headquarters for "Byers' Best" Fendle-
QY1 51 OUT This Flour is manufactured expressly for family
" use : every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Wa sell our goods lower than any bonse in the trade, and if you don't think so
call and get our prices and be convinced.
Highest Prices Paid for Wheat, Barley and Oats.
Ry "goodness" we mean good quali
ties of material, cutting, sewing and
finishing; correct, yet comfortable fit.
and proper style. This coupled to a
moderate price, produces "goodness in
To attain these very important points,
tbe merchant must be careful to whom,
be gives his orders, for there are good,
bad and different maker?, of wrappers
as well as in anything else.
We buy our wrappers direct of a house
who makes Ladies' Wrappers exclu
sively, nothing else; who devote their
entire time, energy, thought and capital
to the production of wrappers; who pre
tend to know nothing else tut the mak
ing of them right. We take advantage
' of their liberal discounts to tbe "bavins
for cash" trade, which, together with
the great quantitieu we handle, places as
in a position to not only compete with,
but lead any other house selling wrap
pers in this city, in
Ladies' fleeced wrappers at 95c, $1.00,
$1.25 and $1.5C. .
Flannelette Wrappers, beautiful Btyles
Percale wrappers at $1.25.
.Cashmere wrappers at $3.50.
Your inspection invited.
The Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
AGENTS, The Dalles, Oregon.
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