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MADRAS, OROOK COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBlflll 1, 1904.
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Arrive, 5:55 p.m.
Shaiilko 1 3:10
For rates and other Information appl7 to
C. K. LYTLE. 0. F. & V. A.
E.J. WILSON, Agent
and NOTARY PUBLIC
f "UE DALLES
I IB and NU1AKI rUDLiV-
L.tio. in n the Courtaof the State, also
the local anil general Laud Offices.
JTURDEVANT & ES80N
Ovor French Si Co.'s llanlc
rilE DALLES V . UN""
E. BANDERS, D. D. B.
napman Block THE DALLES. OREGON
Long Distance Phone Ml
t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Otllcc In Drug Store
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
lee at Farm, on Falrvlew Road, i Mile
Northwest of Madras.
aoM.NK J. BROOKS
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
,ON T. REA -
NOTARY PUBLIC AND
U. S. COMMISSIONER
JAMES McIIAKQUE, Vtop.
Only One Price ,
First-Class Meals & Beds
All White Help
istern Oregon Banking Co.
1 JWMUKO, OREGON
u?,!,nt' F'M'l M- A. Moore, Vice
'"V. Munuuri, vasaier,
He j)pok, 92BO,ooo
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NY:f'H.'Hadod, J. H. Ce
First claw meals mid boda.
.Prices rcasonnblo. Head
quarters for nil etogo linen.
SEE EDWARD B. LELAND
Tho up-to-date tnllor, for suitsclcancd
and repaired on short notice. iMuil or
ders promptly nttonded to. PrtccB
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
i. . LANE
Blacksmith and Wagon Maker
Hone Shoeing a specialty. Dealer in
coal, iron, wIiccIh, cubIiIoiih, rubber
tires, springs, axles.
Geo. C. Blakeley
Tlio Rellnble OfutrslHt.
Carrie tholargcut mock
of drugi and drtiKglNta
nundrlei In Kaitern oio
gou. photo iuptllc
your mall orderx aollclted
and v 111 rccelvo prompt
The Dalles and
Shaniko Stage Line
Comfortable rigs, good horses, prompt
service, accommodating drivers, daily
except Sunday. One way two dollars ;
round trip f3.50. Exprecs and parcels
carried at reasonable rates.
By patronizing this lino.
l S. PLUMMBR. Prop.
First class in every ronpect, travelers
headquarters Beds 25c and up. Meals
25c. Special rates by tho month or to
families. Ono block from tho dopot.
East Second street.
D A lu LES
A. 8. McAllister. Pron.. does as ood
work as the best. MakeH a specialty of
collar, cuffs and white shirts.
The Dalles, Oregon.
' WB-. SELL
Thft bftBt clear for the least money of
any manufacturer on tho Coast, buy di
rect from the factory and flavo middle
men's profits, sample box of 60 "Ha
vana Filler" postago prepaid $1.75.
Bend p. o. money ordor, registered let
ter or check.
WILLIAM CRAMER & CO.,
219 Second St. TUB DALLES, OREGON
Qo to the
Andy Allen Feed Yard
When In THE DALLES
BEST ATT ftiNTION dlVEN STOCK
Second at root, near tho Diamond MIUi
iVhe Dill a Ore ton
n.'T . ' -
Newsy Hems Gathered from All
Paris of the World.
0P INTEREST TO OUR READERS
General Review of Important Happen
pcnlgs Presented In a Drlef and
Tho Ruusinnu havo ropulsod Uto
.JntianoHo at Hovoral points In tho
Tho Jnpancso aro proparlng for a
great battlo at Lltio Yang and hoavy
guns nro on tho wny.
All 1b (pilot at Shanghai and tho
Incident or tho disarmament of Ujo
IltiBslan Bill pa Ib closed.
Georgia militiamen doclaro tho
HhcrifC waa In collunlon with tho mob
which lynched ncgroon.
Tho offortB of tho Chicago aider
mnnlc ommmlttco to ond tho packers'
utrlku has como to naught.
It Ib stated that tho Corcan govern
ment lutB agreed to cngago Japaneso
advlsoro and borrow money to carry
out much needed reforms.
Placards aro being scattorcd In
Tslnnnfu Provinco, China, urging the
masBacro of tho "forolgn dovlla."
Tho native Christians aro fleeing.
Tho JnpancBo war ofllco has con-
cludod that Port Arthur cannot bo
taken by dlroct assault and has order
ed that no attacks bo mado which
would entail heavy loss.
Tho mining congress may bo post
poned for a year.
Tho Russians really command tbrco
forts of any Importanco at Port Ar
A big battlo Is raging near Llao
Vang In which tho Japaneso aro at
Tho two last assaults of tho Japan
eso on Port Arthur aro reported to
Imvo cost them 13,000 men.
Tho O. It. & N. steamers between
Portland and San Francisco aro to bo
run Independent of tho railroad.
Threo persons lost their lives and a
number of others wcro Injured In a
tornado which Bwopt a Now York pic
Tho IttiBBlan fleet at Port Arthur Is
engaged in clearing away tho floating
mines and It Is bollovcd It Is prepar
ing to inako another dash.
Oroat Britain has been asked by
Russia to send warships to locato
volunteer cruisers nnd deliver orders
prohibiting stopping of ships.
Tho Btnto dopartmont cannot col
lect clalniB of owners of goods on tho
Arabia, and has advised thorn to ap
peal from tho decision of tho prize
Oregon agnln leads all other states
In tho sale of public lands.
A Rock Island train was derailed
near Princeton, Mo., and 45 poraons
Disguised horsemen In Crook coun
ty destroyed a band of 1,000 thorough
Lloyd's nsent at Niu Chwang re
ports that Lino Yang Is likely to fall
at any timo.
Tho British consul at Shanghai has
ordered Russia to stop repairing ships
In that port.
Japan- is Bald to bo treating its
nrlfloncrB of war with groat consid
eration and allowing them many lib
erties. Mrs. Maybrlck was mot on her ar
rival in 'New York by a throng of cur
ious pcoplo, but sho refused to say
Goneral Chafoo says that so long
as ho Is in command tho army head
quarters of tho Columbia will remain
A nortlon of tho British pross de
mands that navy bwoop tho Hea of
Russian cruisers If diplomacy cannot
provent their stopping ships.
Tho czar has shown his Joy ovor
tho birth of an holr by abolishing cor
noral nunlshtnont. llboral treatment
of FInlandcrB and In divora other
Mrs, Maybrlck has arrived In New
Tho loss by tho tornado at SL Paul
will reach $2,500,000.
Lato ronortB from Port Arthur say
tho fort has all but fallon. .
Souvenir Lewis and Clark coinB will
bo ready oarly next month.
Tim Jnnaneso continuo to sacrifice
thousands of llvon at Port Arthur.
A Rnnin Fn nasaoniror train was de
railed near Topeka and six persons in
Tim Russians estimate that the
slogo has already cost tho enemy
A hurricane swopt ovor Watertown,
S. D killing two people and injuring
many others. Oroat damage was done
Tho Russian cruisers Grombol and
Rossln nro fast boing repaired at Vladl
vostock and will soon be ready to as-
sumo tho offonolvo again.
John Elland, a wealthy sheepman of
Now Moxlco, has fallon into the bands
of brigands In Moxlco, where he went
on buslnosB. A heavy ransom la de-i
manded for his release.
CATTLCRAISCRS TAKC CLARM.
Roosevelt Nay Dc Ashed to End
. Chicago, Aug. 27. General N. W.
Bhoaz, a cattloralser of Waterman, S.
D announced todny that tho cattle
ralsors of his section wero about to
appeal to Presldont Roosevelt to save
them from bankruptcy by intervening
to bring tho ntrlko to a cloaa. Sheaz
brought COO head of cattlo to tho
stockyards hero, rather than face the
loss of feeding them longer. Ho de
clares that they sold at a loss of $8
a head. Others, ho said, aro foedlng
largo hordfl at heavy loss rathor than
fnco porhnps greater losses by ship
ping. According to Gonornl Sheaz
tho cattloralflors of tho Dakotns aro
In a despornto condition.
J. jQgdon Armour reappeared at the
stockyards today, having suddenly re
turned from his vacation In tho East.
In proceeding to tho packing contcr
ho drovo through a throng of strikers
and plckots, who resentfully fell back
beforo an attack by tho police. When
Mr. Armour and a companion arrived
at tho Exchango avenue entrance to
tho ynrds, at Halstead nvcnuo, In a
light buggy, ovor 100 strikers had ar
rived thoro on tholr way to a meet
ing. Tho pollco wcro in tho act of
dispersing tho gnthorlng whon Mr.
Armonr arrived and drovo through
tho crowd. Thoro waB no demonstra
tion, although ho was recognized.
In connection with the (unexpected
return of Mr. Armour, reports of an
other effort to bring about peaco ne
gotiations Independent of tho Conu
ell's effort woro circulated. Strlko
Jeadcrs called a .meeting and unusual
activity was manircstcu.
NEVADA WASHOUTS SERIOUS.
Traffic Cannot Be Resumed on Ton
opah Road for a Week.
Rono, Nov., Aug. 27 Cloudbursts
nnd washouts in Tonopah and along
lines of tho Tonopah nnd Carson &
Colorado rn Id roads aro tho most dis
astrous In tho history of theso dis
tricts. On tho Tonopah road, all of
tho track rebuilt after tho last wash
outs has boon swopt away, and It will
bo a week nt least boforo any trnflic
can bo resumed. At Walker Lako,
near Hawthorno. tho track Is under
threo foot of wator for nearly four
miles, and tho lako has risen above
Its lovol from six to nine feet Great
chasms havo been washed In tho des
ert, and trafllc is in a state of chaos.
Tonopah and Goldflclds, which nro
on tho verge of starvation, aro bolng
temporarily relieved by tho mailing
In of supplies via Crow Springs, Sil
ver Peak and Candelnrla by wagon
trains, but this is only temporary, an
ovor 5000 pcoplo mtiBt bo fed In the
different enmps and extraordinary
measures adoptod for their roller.
Food supplies at tho camps aro prac
tically exhausted. Flour, bacon and
all staples havo run out, only cannod
goods remaining. Heroic .measures
aro being adopted, and with tho re
sumption of stngo lines, rollof Is
hoped for. While tho situation Is crit
ical and much suffering mtiBt bo en
dured, it is hoped that tho next few
days will bring about bettor condi
tions. No lives havo boon lost.
FILIPINOS LIKE NEW COINS.
Currency System Is Rapidly Comina
Washington, Aug. 27. When tho
now currency system was proposed
for tho Philippines thoro wore pro-
dictions In somo quarters that tho
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conservative lsianuoru couiu nui uu
readily inducod to surrender tho Mex
ican dollars and tho Spanish coin
with which they had boon familiar
for bo many years la favor of tho now
Philippine peso proposed by tho com
mission. But reports rccolved hero
show that tho chango had been mado
smoothly and moro -expeditiously than
was thought poBBlhlo. Colonel Ed
wards, chief of tho Inuulnr Iiurcau,
liaa Just rccolved tho following lottor
from Henry c. Klo, Hocrctary or Fi
nance nnd Justlco of tho Philippines,
dated Manilla, July 22, bearing on this
"You will no intorcatou in knowing
our curroncy scheme has mado pro
groan sinco I last wroto you. All tho
btiBlnoss houses havo uy common con
sent nut their buslnoss on tho basis
of tho now currency. In all tho prov
inces it is found in froo circulation
and tho pcoplo now object strenuous
ly to taking any other currency. Tho
old curroncy Iuib boon very largely
brought Into tho insular troasury for
Want Pederal Troops.
Omaha, Aug. 27. T, J. Mahonoy,
ono of tho attorneys for tho South
Omaha packing Intercuts, todny mado
tho statement that olrorts woro being
mndo on tho part of his cllonts and
their associates to havo federal troops
stationed at South Omaha nnd along
tho railroads loading to Omaha ovor
which tho packers nro running, morn
ing and evening, a chartered train for
tho accommodation of tholr present
worknion. Tho packers' representa
tives assert this courao has boon de
termined on for sovoral reasons, ono
of which is thoy cannot got justlco In
Are to Disarm,
London, Aug. 27. Tho correspond
ent of tho Tlmos at Shanghai, in a
dispatch dated August 24, says that
orders from Emporor Nicholas hayo
boon convoyed to Captain Roltzen-
Btoln, commanding him forthwith to
disarm tho cruiser Askold and tho
torpedo-boat dostroyor Grozovol, and
that "the flags on both vossgIb wore
lowered at 7 o'olook tonight."
Z. F. MOODY
GENERAL COMMISSION and
Largo and Commodious Warehouse. Consignments. Solicited.
Prompt attention paid to those who favor mo
with their patronage.
Importer and Denier in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
F. W. L. SKIBBE, Prop.
Meals - 15c and up
Lodging - 25c and up
Only Brick Hotel in the City
324 Second St., Opposite O. R. & N. Co.
Pasaonger and Freight Uejot
VICTOR MAR DEN
Mfttiufocturer and Dealer In
Fine Harness, Saddles,
Tent and Wagon Covers
THE CHEAPF.ST PLACE IN
When there, stop in and get prices.
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS
A. E. CROSBY
Corrlox a Complote Lino of Driigo. Medicines, Chemical, Household Remedies,
Druggists' Sundries and Photo Supplies. Country Mall Orders I glvo my personal
nttentlon. A Graduate In charge, f-afo delivery guarantesd Your Prescription
my Specialty. Btrychnlne and Post Destroyers. Stock Foods and Dips of all kinds.
Agcucy for Eastman Kodaks. Roth 'Phones. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
For the Best in Groceries go to
BONN BROS. & CO.
THE DALLES, OREGON
Groceries, Vegetables, Fish and Poultry, Eggs and
Butter. All Kinds
"wVMafce a Specialty of Farmers'
Atl of Our Buggies, Spring Wagons, Binders, Mowers,
Stoves and Steel Ranges must be sold by January 1st to
make room for another line of goods. It will pay you to
get our prices; r
MAYS & CROWE
THE DALLES, OREGON
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED LINOLEUM
At 50porcent reduction from regular prlco, Ohoapoat House for best Furnlturo,
The Great Northern Furniture Store
EAST SECOND ST.,
East End Clothing Store
JOE COHEN, Proprietor.
CQMI'LEriC UNK OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, SHOES and CLOTHING
It will pny you to get our prices beforo pur
COI SECOND ST., THE DALLES, OREGON
Also branch at Orass Valley, Oregon
HENRY L. KUCK
HARNESS AND STOCK SADDLES
Cowboy Outfits a Specialty
Dealer in Collar''. Whips, Robca and
a general lino of Horse Furnishing
Goods, Tents, Awnings and Wagon
Covers. All work guaranteed.
East Second St. THE DALLES. r
Shaniko Drug Store
Toilet and Medicated Soaps
Perfumery, Jewelry, Etc.
DR. S. L. PERKINS, Proprietor.
IN. R. POULSON
GENERAL PLUMBER TINNER
Dealer in All Kinds of
PLUMBING GOODS AND TINWARE
Agent for All Kinds of Farm Machinery
Stor Windmills nnd Meyers Pumps
of Mill Feed, Etc.
Write for Prices.
THE DALLES, OREGON.
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