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ImpsaclimeBt and Remoyal of Gomez M
EecoiM ty General Bracts.
NO SERIOUS CON
CERN IS FELT
Cnitel States Has Never Recognized
the Cubao Goveromeut and Will
Not Do So Now.
New Yobk, March 13. A dispatch to
the Tribune from Washington says:
Newt from Havana of the Cuban as
sembly's action in deposing Maxim Go
mel from command of the army will
cause no change in the administration'!
policy. The American military author
ities in Cuba will continue to recognize
Gomes and to deal with him. It is not
believed the turmoil which has been
created temporarily will make necessary
any change in the plans for the with
drawal of the volunteers, though if the
devevopments seem to require it, the
plans will be modified.
The intention was to have all the vol
unteers out of Cuba by April 15. Per
emptory instructions have been given
that the transports should bo available,
so that there would be no delay in cm
barking the troops. This is understood
to have been done by direct orders of
No serious concern is felt over the art'
ion of the assembly. Official reports
have all increased the confidence felt in
G6mec. He has impressed General
Brooke and the other military com
misttioners with his sincerity, and they
have stated their confidence in bis
ability to secure the disbandment of the
.The commissioif'arranged for the $3,
000,000 payment but the administration
gave neither to it nor to the assembly
the handling of the funds.
W. H. Leo.
Vancouver, Wash., March 12. W. H
Leo, editor of the Vancouver register
died at 10 o'clock last night. On March
6 Mr. Leo was seized with a severe cold
wnich developed into pneumonia.
Deceased came here about three months
ago and assumed the management of the
Begister, Lieutenant-Governor Daniels
paper, daring the proprietor's absence at
the legislature. Previous to his coming
here be was for some time employed by
the Ellis Priming Company, Portland
He was 28 years old, and leaves a widow
and a young child. Arrangements for
the funeral have not been definitely
A Thousand Tongue
Could not express the rapture of Annie
JS. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., Phil
adelphia, Pa., when she found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for Cocsumption
bad completely cured her of a hacking
cough that for many years had made
life a burdea. All other remedies and
doctors conld give her no help, but she
ays of this Royal Cure "It soon re
moved the pain in my chest and I can
now sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before. I feel
like sounding its praises throughout the
Diverse." So will every one who tries
Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble
of the throat, chest or lungs. Price 50c
and $1. Trial bottle free at Blakeley &
Houghton's drug store; every bottle
Students Unduly Hilarious.
Eugene, March 12. The students of
the nniversity have been in the habit of
giving vent to their enthusiasm in a loud
manner on cccasions of victories in var-
ious contests. After the recett debating
contest at Forest Grove, on hearing the
home team ha 1 won, a number of the
boys paraded the streets at a late hour
la me nutit and cave the co lore yell
and ma le various noises not catmlnted
to produce peaceful slumbers on the
part of the ritizent of the town. Com
plaint was file 1, and the officers give
notice that if the act was iepr ated the
offenders wculd be srrestel and Dunish
ed. Monday night, on hearing of the
success of the nniveisitv's representa
tive at McMinnville, there was another
outburst. These young meo were placed
under arrest and the names of ten others
were taken by the rfficers.
Deafness Cannot be Cirtd.
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There is only one way to cure deaf new
and that it by constitutional remedies
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cvt out of ten are caused
THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 15, 1899
by catarrh, which is nothing but an In
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollar for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars; free.
F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c. 6-10
Light and Water for Prinerilte.
Pbinevii le, March 12. The city coun
cil has granted H. V. Gates, of Hillsboro,
a 15 years' electric light and water fran
chise.' Bonds to the amount ol $10,000
will be Issued. Work will begin in 30
UPPER REGIONS OF TEE AIR.
Vnesplored Space la Very Mark More
Interesting Tbaa the
Above us there extends a vast unex
plored space far more interesting from
a scientific point of view than the Icy
regions around the north pole. No one
can reach the limit of the upper regions
of the air and live, unlets he carries
ivith him air to breathe and fuel to
warm him; for at the paltry distance of
ten miles above the earth the air is too
thin to support respiration, and the
thermometer would repis-ter far below
zero. It would be a region of perpetual
snow on a peak of the earth if it should
rise to such a height. A person in a bal
loon could not bear a friend In a neigh
boring' balloon, even if they were near
enough to shake bands. There would
be no medium for the propagation of
sound waves. There would, however,
still be a medium iu fact of great con
ductibility almost as good as a metal;
and it is this medium at even a less
height which Tesln proposes to use in
his methods of transmitting power
hundreds of miles through the air with
We live under a blanket of air which
protects us from the extreme cold of
outer space. This low temperature be
comes evident 14,000 or 15,000 feet above
the surface of the earth, and would, as
I have said, reach a point far below zero
at a height of ten miles. At this height
we should no longer observe the twink
ling of the stars; for thi scintillation is
due to the movement of our atmos
phere, which at the height I have men
tioned would be extremely rarefied. If
one could photograph the sun's spec
trum nt this altitude we carild greatly
extend our knowledge of the shortest
wave lengths of light; for the atmos
phere completely absorbs such wave
lengths as are concerned in the X-ray
phenomena. That this absorption real
ly tukee place can be proved in a labora
tory. , ,
The heat and light which we receive
from the sun are thus greatly modified
by this blanketing layer of air. The
long waves of the energy from the sun
are called heat waves. The interme
diate waves are termed light waves;
and we receive these in full measure.
The very short waves, however, are
stopped by our atmosphere and are
transformed into what? Forum.
II In Yearn.
SeldumFedd I'd like to have a repu
tation as an after-dinner speaker.
"Soiled Spooner What for?'
"In order to be a successful after
dinner speaker I'd have to speak after
dinner, wouldn't I?" Puck.
Kobbed the Oiave.
A tartlln iic;dent, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, It narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a raoit dreadful condition. My
akin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and sides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physi
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
triend advised 'Electric Bitters' ; and to
my great joy and surprise, the firtt
bottle made a decided improvement. I
continued their use for three weeks, and
am now a well man. I know they saved
my life, and robbed the grave of another
victim." No one should fail to try them.
Only 50c, guaranteed, 'at Blakeley A
Houghton's drug store. 5
Stock holders Meeting-,
Notice is hereby given that there will
be an annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of The Dalles, Portland & Astoria
Navigation Co. at their officj Saturday,
April 1, 1899, at 2 p. ru., for trie pur
pose of electing sevea directors, and
transacting such other business as may
properly come before said meeting. By
order of the president.
The Dalles, March 6, 1899.
' L. E. Cbowe, Secy.
Cash In lour Checks.
All countr warrants registered prior
to May 1st, 1895, will be paid at my
office. Interest ceases after Feb. 27,
189U. , C. L. Phillips,
RegarJin; a sorrel mare, reported to
be on government flit. Said mare is
branded L. O. on left shoulder; has star
in forehead ; is six years old. Party who
ill deliver same to me at Endersby
Dos to (flee will be suitably rewarded.
Address, August Longbe.x.
Feb.l3,lm-i Endersby, Or.
STALLION roR BALK.
One Clydesdale stallion for sale. Can
be seen at Ward's ranch, near Dufnr.
For terms apply to Ward Bros.,Dufur Or.
, 123 lmw.
ONE FOR A DOSE, nil U ft
1t.moT. Pimp!.., nTw, fll I
u14 DR. B0SANK0 CO. FhMa! el
Batunlsy a Daily.
Jos. FrsEier was down from Wasco :
J. M. Patterson csme down from Wasco
J. P. Mclnerny went to Portland yes-
terday attet noon.
D. M. French was a passenger for the
J. J. Luckey. one of Hood River's
fruit raisers, is up from that berg today.
F. H. Ward, of Boyd, is in the city to
day and gave the Chronicle office a call.
E. H. Parrottcarae op from Portland
last night and left this morning tor
Miss Mattie Bailey, whose home is in
Grass Vallev, is in the city, the guest' of
Mrs. B. T. Collins.
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Meredith returned
to Salem this morning, alter a visit with
relatives in this city.
Miss Catharine Martin wss among the
number who left for Portland yesterday
to bear Ward and James.
Mrs. L. H. Rnesell, who spenk yester
day with Mrs. W. A. Kirby, returned to
her home at the Locks on the afternoon
Mrs. Geo. Blakeley went to Portland
yesterday afternoon, where she will re
main for a short time visiting her
M. A. Butlerf deputy internal revenue
collector, spent yesterday in The Dalles
on business, returning to Portland on
this morning's train.
T. M. Boyer, B. C. Price, David Cor
nett, A. L. Wallace and L. R. (iresham,
who arrived in this city a few davs since
from North Carolina, started for Mitchell
this morning, where they expect to take
op their abode, making the West their
Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. G. Lyle
came to this city from Lyle to consult
with physicians regarding Mrs. Lyle's
health. She was advised to enter the
hospital in Portland and undergo an
operation, and this morning they lett
lor home intending to leave for Portland
W. Wing and wife are over from
Robert Mays, Jr., came in from Ante
Dr. Chas. Adams is in from Tygh on
Mrs. Thornbnry and Mrs. T. A Hud
son returned on No. 4 last night from
Ed'Wiugate and Will Crossen re
turned from Portland on the boat Satur
J. A. Eberle left this morning for
Portland to purchase stock for bis new
Dr. H. A. Stnrdevanl and Max Vogt
arrived irom Portland on the delayed
train this morning.
Alex McLennan, Murdock McRae. C,
Lowrey, Geo. Metteer and J. Malone
are in from Antelope.
Bert Fariell, who spent a few weeks
in The Dalles last summer, came up
I T .1 1 o-. I J .ii
rum i uiuniiu ouiuruay uu win remain
a snort time.
Among those who returned on No. 4
yesterday from Portland were Mrs. N. B
Sinnott, Mr. and Mrs. Fish, Miss Martin
and Mr. J. A. Uouthit. -
Thos. Balfour, who has spent the past
nve montns at noine in England, re
turned yesterday, and left this morning
lor iiis rancn near L.yie.
Farm for Sale.
(Ptlce S3, 200.
Four miles from Dufnr and 14 miles
fmin The Dalles. 40 acres under culti
vation; half the crop in. 400 bearing
mm trees; nneassortipent ol small truit.
Some good-meadow land : olentv of oak
wood on the place. Fine stream of water
running through the place. Good outlet
for stock. 280 acres of this land is under
fence. 120 acres of deeded land. School
bouse on the place.
The following list of live stock, imple
ments, etc., go with the place :
Four young horses, one cow and young
calf, one good brood sow, 100 good hens,
one horse rake, plow' and barrow, all
new; 25 stands of bees, 50 good bee
hives, one new cook stove, one hack, one
cultivator; blacksmith tools. All farm
ing tools and household furniture with
the place. Good house with good fire
plate. Well of water on the porch.
Good barn and outbuildings. Inquire of
L. Klinokr, of Dufur, or Bxw South
well, on Eight Mile Creek, at the place.
' " SUMMONS.
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Chronicle Publishing Co.
The Dalles, Oregon.
k4 60 YEARS'
V V EXPERIENCE
9 'ft ' " COPVRIQHTS AC
An rone Tirl1n m nketrh and dtwrrtptlnn tnaf
qn1kly njcerrnin our opinion fre whether an
Invention ts probably patentable. Com m tint r,v
ttonsntrtctlrcnnnilential. Ifnrnlnonk on Patent
tent fr. OMant airmtcr for necunnir patent a.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. rclv
ipreUU turtle, without charge. In tb
C. J. STUBLING
Wholesale and Retail .
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agency for the Greatest American Liquor
WHISKfiYlrom I2.75 lo o.tfO per gallon. (4 to 15 years old
IMPORTED COGNAO from 7.00 to $12.00 per gallon. (11 to 20 years old.?
AIIIOEHIA OAM71IB mmia.'Jo tote HQ per gallon. (4 to 11 years old.
ONLY THE PUREST LIQUORS SOLD.
EOF GOLD BEES on draught, and Val Blatz and Hop Gold Beer in bottles
Imported Ale and Porter.
JOBBERS IN IMPORTED and
fill kinds of
Crandall & Barget
The Dalles, Or.
I have re-opened this well-known Bake,
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.
A handaomely 111ntratv, weekly.
miHiMwi oi mnj fitjnuiic journal. 'i erma. f4 a
renr: f"r roontha, L fcoldbjall ncwartealera.
MUNN & Co.38,8i'- New York
Branch omoe. t Pt Wuhlostoa, D. U
. for a generoas
Ely's Cream Bali?
contains no cocaine,
merco-jr nor any f h.r
It it quickly Absorbed.
UIvm Itellef at owe.
Tt njn anr eteauM.
th. Niual fuMM?.'..
Heal, and Protert. th. Membrane, lptore. th.
ne of Tart, and Hmell. Full BUaHic) Trial
aiz. ai nnit:i.'ws or rtj mail. I'm. - r
tLTtllKOTW.lW.fr Warr.a8trett.SsW Tort hfilOne 157.
After the Holidays..
W have large stock ot Pianos', Organs. Sheet Music, Musical Instru
ments, etc., tbat we are selling at popular prices. siru.
Our stock of Stationery and Books is complete. '
Jacobsen Book & Music Co.
170 Second Street, The Dalles, Oregon.
rS THE CIRCUIT COURT or - I
of Oregou, lor th. Count of ' i
M. D. Kaeelaal, plaintia,
... ! .
JoMsi n A. Johnaon, C. W." cth aV
Kdtly, J. C. Duucanaou aud W i -"l
To John Barger, Jowph A. Johnm, tu
feddy and J. C. Itancanaun, dWenda,Jr
In the name of the bute of Onwoo
each of you are hereby required u ..i! '
anawer the complaint Died again.
the date of the service of th!.
mons upon you, if served itIL!
County; or if served within in? i
County of this State, then within tw,..
from the date of the service of thi. ,
upon you ; if served by publication men
on or before tbe last day of tbe time tnL'
in the order for publication, towit, wi?"'
weeks from the loth day of March, l tf'
being the drat day of publication brnS "
you fail o to anawer. for want ttJL."
plaintiff will apply to the Court for
irayed for in bis complaint herein
udguient anal ut defendant O. D. T,t.
lOou and intereat at s per cent per dou
Oct 1, 1W2, and for his coata and dlsbniw
herein, and for Judgment and decretJ'
each and all of aaid defendant., forwlm?''
right, title and Interest of each of laid "
ants respectively, in and to all tbe sauHar,
the southwest quarter of the sonthwwuT,
of section 14, and tbe south half of th,nf
quarter of section IS, township 2 north r
iu twi, ' . u.,i.u uiiwuiig .uvuiei
land, and that tbe proceeua be appU4 )
meub ui aaiu juugiueut.
j uia suiuuiiiu. i. srrveu upon you or I
Hon thereof by order of Hon. W. L,JjtJ
Circuit Judie, dated March 11. im.
HUNTINGTON A WIlAul
Attorneys lor pw
NOTICE FOH PUBLICATION
Febbuabv, in, limi
Notice is hereby given that the uiJ
ii.iiicu hivici uMiiini uuui. u ills lottotliii
make final proof in support ol his dua l
that said proof will be made before W. B,,
United Htates Commissioner for Duiry,
Washington, at hla office In Uoldendale, I.
uigLvu, uu Daiuiuity, April o, low, viz:
Thnrman K. Wright,
Homestead Entry, No. 103'J9, for the Nr..
tlon 32, Township 4 north, of Ranee ii ,
Will. Mer. '
He names tbe following witnesses to prw
continuous residence upon and cultivaiio-,
aid land, via:
George B. Lyle, of FuldaP. O., Washn(1.
mis j. oeiine, jonn a. eimmons, )mi
Reynolds, of Lyle P. O., Washington.
Keb !-i W. K. DUNBAK, Retfw
Notice is hereby given that the partar.
heretofore existing- between W. I.. Winn
Ward, K. H. Ward and J. C. Ward.dolnji J
erai lumrenng Dusiness at iJUlur, orwm
derthelirm name of Ward dc Hons, Is Uni
dissolved by mutual consent, W. 1 Ward a
C. Ward ictiiing, J. W. Ward, F. H. Wartis
i-.nara win continue tne Dusiness stir.
unaer tne nrm name of ward Bros, tud
collect all outstiindlng accounta and y
bills against the old firm. All partieskn
themselves Indebted to said firm are notii.
make an early settlement, either by cash a;
JJufur, Ore., Feb. is, lsyj.
W. L. W1
F. H. lit
J. C. Wit
Notice Is hereby tiven that the undertrl
nas oeeii reguiuriv a; pointed by the en
uuuib.ii innDinieo: uiegon mr vaHCooonr.
administrator of the estate ol John bnwll
deceased. A!i nersona hsvlnir t lulm.
said estate are nerebv notified to i,rp, ni i
with the proper vouchers, to me at (lie a
of HlDiiott AUinnott, in Dalle. City. 0ml
within six months from the date of thi. ua
uanes City, Oregon, JnniiHry JO. lUDii.
K. . UOKMA.N, AdiuinlMiiV
BOSTON AND ALL
POINTS EAST and SOUTH
Tot Inform. ttnn v n . - A Hrld
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W. C. ALLAWAY. Agent,
A. D. ARLTON. Asst. O. P. A.,
jo rrison Cor. Tblnl. Portland 0w
Sama Fe ilou
...Spring Is Coming... .
Vlol to put you, buggies
Second and Laughlin Streets,
' Dm... ....! 1-1 . . .M.aiU
n.fcirri ciioice oi me iouw"'
routes east. The am all famous
their scenic .tlra,.',lnr.
i. K. N. view Omlen and Penvf;
Khssta Knnta R.ormnto. I'
Angeles and Alberqnerque.
A daily line of through PU!XM
PALACS and TOUKIST SLKKP
frnm Kmn Pro ...ia.. ...,1 I A.aalsllV
Chicago. Thii i
The Short Line
from southern California
To the East.
Apply to the agent of the O. K-
Co. or the undersigned, for foMeri J
J. J. DKVEKKl''
THE DALLES, OREGON.
Oen. Agt. Worrester, lUt. I'ortlsnu.1"