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THE DAJLLES: OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1894.
ALL OF THEM TIED
But Mails WiU Not Be Interfered
HE DIED LIKE A CHINAMAN
The Income Tax Debate Ended and
; that feature of the Tariff Bill
Income-Tax Debate Ended.
Washington, June 2S. Considera
tion of the income-tax of the tariff , bill
was completed by the senate at 12:35.
In the Senate.
'Washington', June '28. Hoar started
filibustering maneuvers today in the
senate, w I . ich , seemed to indicate it
might be t:ie purpose of the republicans
to use the joint resolution passed by
the house yesterday, continuing after
June 30th - the appropriations of the
fiscal year; so as to blockade the tariff
Cockrell, chairman of the appropria
tion committe, renewed his action of
last night to refer the resolution to the
Hoar offered a motion that took prece
dence, instructing the committee to -re
port back as an amendment the sundry
civil appropriation bill as it passed the
house. Hoar protested against keeping
the tariff bill before the senate to the
exclusion of all other legislation. At
10 :30 the resolution gave way to the
tariff bill, the pending amendment be
ing that of Hill to limit the time period
between March and August 1st of each.
year, when the bonds of corporations
should be open to inspection. There
ensued a protracted discussion. Chan
dler, Teller, Mandereon and Allison par
ticipating. Hill made a motion to strike o it the
income tax feature of the tariff bill;
lost, 24 to. 40.
The Southern Pacific's Stand.
San Francisco', June 28. Superin-J
tendent Filmore of the Southern . Ta
cific said: "Our trains are run for the
accommodation of passengers,' baggage
and express matter. If we are not per
mitted to furnish these accommodations
we will not run trains. That is our de
cision. We cannot tell what will de
velop, and our future plans will depend
upon circumstances. As to the mail
services, we carry mail on our regular
trains. If unable to run these trains, I
do not see how we can be expected to
carry mails. We are not, I assume, ex
pected to run special trains for the mails
alone. Debar us from the. use of
Pullmans, we cannot carry passengers.
If people cannot have them to travel in
they will not travel."
Speaking of the trains tied up at Sac
ramento and Los Angeles he said he did
not know yet whether or not an appeal
would be made to the civil authorities
for protection, adding :
"It is better for the people to stop in
San Francisco instead of being delayed
at some way station. We do not pro
pose to submit them to the latter an
noyance, and unless assured our trains
Will run through they will not start."
The Tie-Up in Montana Complete.
Helena, Mont., June. 28. There has
been no change today in the situation
on the Northern Pacific in this state.
A report from Missoula says the men
now intend to demand that the Bcale of
wages in effect prior to last January be
restored. They say as they are now out
they might as well demand a restora
tion of wages. Members of .the anion
in this , city, however, deny that such
action has been taken, but intimate it
is likely to be. The tie-np in the state
is complete. Not a train of any sort is
running on the main . or branch lines.
'The railway company is compelled to
use the Western Union wires. No
action has been taken in court.
Fight to a Finish.
Chicago, June 28. The most signifi
cant action taken by railway officials
since the strike was ordered was that of
the General Managers' Association ot
. Chicago, yesterday, when it was unani
mously agreed the roads would fight the
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.-
boycott to 'a finish. They decided to
import new men to take the places of all
the strikers. Today the general mana
gers organized the Geneial Managers'
Association Bureau and elected John M.
Egan general manager. This bureau
will have entire charge of everything re
lating to the strike,' in behalf of the rail
roads. A committee was sent to Chief
of Police Brennan to ask for additional
police for protection for certain roads to
night. The chief promised to furnish
all the men needed at any time. The
general managers of two of the leading
roads said today that they anticipated
and were prepared for a general tie-up
of all the roads. There was nothing for
the roads to do but to resist the boycott
They reserved the right to haul any
man's cars offered them, regardless of
his business or political affiliations. .
Suicide of an Anarchist.
Pahis, June 28. Detectives in Mont
pelier decided to search the house of a
man named Granier, who was heard to
remark last Sunday: "By this time
Carnot must have received his quietus."
When Granier's house was surrounded,
and the detectives broke in the door,
Granier, who was eating sapper, sprang
to his feet. He picked up a long and
sharp knife, plunged it into his abdo
men,, and with a few swift turns dis
emboweled himself. He expired almost
The police authorities say they have
established beyond a doubt that Santo,
Granier, Labore, who was arrested Mon
day, and others not yet in custody,
plotted the death of President Carnot,
in order, to avenge the execution of
Ravachol, Vaillant and Henri. Santo
will be tried July 23d fo Parricide, in-
stead.of . murder. The penal code de
trees an attempt against the head of the
state sball.be so described and punished
Santo will be conducted to the place of
execution ip a shirt, barefooted and with
his head covered by a black veil.
" Movement of Mails.
Chicago, June 28. Superintendent
L. L. Troy, of the railway mail service,
arrived here today. He warned Presi
dent Debs and Vice-President Howard,
of the American Railway Union if mail
trains are interfered with, the United
States government will be compelled to
proceed against the strikers. Debs said
the members of the union had refused
to come into conflict with the govern
ment, and no strikers will interfere with
the mails.. He assured Troy he would
issue instructions at every point where
the boycott is in operation, that mails
must be allowed to proceed.
Northern Paclfc Tie-Up.
St. Paul, June 28. A general strike
on thcNorthern Pacific system went
into effect at midnight. Not a wheel is
moving on the eastern end, and a com
plete tie-up is reported from Fargo,
Livingstone and other points. The
strike is the direct outcome of the Pull
man boycott, the employes demanding
the reinstatement of the men discharged
for refusing to handle . boy cotted, cars,
and demanding that the order for the
discharge of all employes refusing to
handle cars be rescinded.
Will Depend on the Marshals.
St. Paul, June 28. The Northern
Pacific say they will operate their trains,
depending qn the United States mar
shals for protection. The shops at
Como are silent Three Wisconsin Cen
tral engines are stalled on the Northern
Pacific tracks. Officials tried to do
switching this morning, but as the in
terlocked system is used, they made a
failure.' The overland train due last
evening arrived on time.
The Attorne-GeneraI's Orders.
Los Angeles, June 28. United States
District Attorney Denis today received
telegraphic orders from Attorney-General
Olney to take all necessary steps to
complete the transmission of the mails.
Mr. Denis said he would enforce the
law, which applied as much to railroad
companies as to their employes. The
United States marshal has - sworn in a
large number of deputies to proteet
mails. ' ' 1 :
An Inquiry About Sleeping-Cars.
Washington, June 28. Senator Slier
man today introduced a resolution in
the senate, which went over under the
rules, instructing the committee in in-
How often you ifear this
jjS expression, and the ex
$M planation that usually
K follows: "I am troubled
N1 with Hwnpnsiq '' ' TVi
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seek. In the past Lard ft
has been used as the prin- s.
t .a cipal shortening; in all
pastry, me result ays-
O pepsia. The dyspeptic f:
11U 1 Willed
fp is substituted for lard in
the preparation ofall food.
It is composed strictly of !
K highly refined- vegetable
12 oil and beef suet. When
isi ued as a shortening, it
iw produces wholesome and
healthful pastry. Physi-
cians and expert cooks
v indorse it. Refuse substitutes.
: 7! .-ei:d three cents in s tamos to N. K.
iA Fairbanic & Co., Chicago, for handsome
Fsk Cottolcne Cook Book, containing six
hundred recipes, prepared by nine emi- )
neni aumoruies on cooKing.
Cottolene is sold by all grocers.
terstate commerce to inquire into the
expediency of regulating by law the em
ployment and use of sleeping and parlor
cars now owned by the railroad com
panies engaged in interstate commerce,
the cost of operating them, the charges
made for their use and what ought td be
reasonable charges for the seats, berths
and sections in such cars.
Not a Wheel Moved at Spokane. "
Spokane, June 2S. No Northern Pa
cific train moved a wheel today. The
main line and branches are tied up. At
TV allace Idaho, the employes struck for
a return to the wages allowed prior to
January. The Poorman mine -closed
for lack of fuel at 6 this evening. The
other mines will run for a few days. At
Davenport, Wash., on the Washington
Central, business is suffering. A few
more days will close the industries
Strength and Health.
If you are not feeling stronsr and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "la
grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Jj-Iectric Bitters. This remedv arts
directly on liver, stomach and kidneys,
gently aiding those organs to perform
tneir lunctions. If you are afflicted with
sick headache, you will find soeedv and
permanent relief by taking Electric
.bitters. One trial will convince you
that this is the remedy you need. Large
bottles only 50c. at Snipes & Kinerslv's
A Tie-Up at llensburg.
Ellexsbueo, June 28. The east-
bound train is tied up here as a result
of the strike. The entire Second regi
ment of the state militia, en route to
encampment at Olympia, are also tied
up bereindefinitely. Not a wheel is
turning on either division this maminir.
Nearly 1000 persons are detained here.
New Mexico Admission Bill.
Washington, June 28. The bill ad
mitting New Mexico passed the house
When the blood is loaded with im
purities, the whole system becomes dis
ordered. This condition of things can
not last lone without serious results. In
such cases, a powerful alterative is
ueeueu, nutu as -oyer s aarsapariua. it
never fails, and has no equal.
Beggab "Have you a copper you
can spare, Bir?" Carleton "Yes; you
will find him ' in the kitchen making
love to the cook." Spare Moments.
A recent dlscorery by an old
pnyslclan. Successfully ntett
,monMy hy thousands of
Tattiet. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine dis
covered. Beware of unprincipled druggists who
offer Inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cotton Root Compound, take no substi
tute, or inclose $1 and 6 cents in postage in letter
and wo will send, sealed, by return lnalL Full scaled
particulars In plain envelope, to ladles only, 8
stamps. Address Pon. Lit y Co m pany.
Io. 0 risaer Block. Detroit, men.
Sold in The Dalles by Snipes & Klnersly.
All warrants registered nrior tn Mv
&j rtade only by 2
f$ N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., fca
ST. LOUIS and P
1st, 1890, will be paid on presentation at
my office. This is the second call for
these warrants. Interest stopped May
21st. Wm. MlCHELL. Treasnrpr
Our Regular 75c (for bCYf
Our Regular 65c ) T---9
Soys' Regular 25c for 20c.
For Just One Day.
Persons who sympathize with the
afflicted will rejoice with D. E. Carr of
1235 Harrison street, Kansas City. . He
is an old sufferer from inflammatory
rheumatism, but has not heretofore been
troubled in this climate. Last winter
he went up into Wisconsin, and in con
sequence has had another attack. "It
came upon me very acute and severe,"
he said. "My joints swelled and became
inflamed ; sore to touch or almost to look
at. Upon "the" nrgent request of my
mother-in-law I tried Chamberlain's
Pain Balm to reduce the swelling and
ease the pain, and to my agreeable sur
prise, it did both. I have used three
fifty-cent bottles and-believe it to be the
finest thing for rheumatism, pains and
swellings extant. For sale by Blakeley
& Houghton, druggists.
The human family is subject to forty
five principal governments.
Ninety per cent, of the cigars made
in Germany sell for one cent or one
and one-third cents each.
During the prevalence of the grippe
the past seasons it was a noticeable fact
that those who depended upon Dr.
King's New Discovery, not only had a
speedy recovery, but escaped ail of th
troublesome after effects of the, malady.'
This remedy seems to have a pecnlia
power in effecting rapid cures not only
in cases of la grippe, but in all diseases
of throat, chest and lungs, and has cured
cases of asthma and hay fever of long
standing. Try it and be convinced. It
won't disappoint. Free trial bottles at
Snipes & Kinersly's drug store.-
Pat on Tour Glasses and Look at This.
. From $100 to $2,000 to loan. Apply to
Geo. W. Rowland,
"113 Third St, The Dalles, Or.
Feed wheat for sale cheap at Wasco
MEN'S Tailor-Made SUITS, MEN'S
MENS' Tailor-Mad e PANTS, MEN'S
MEN'S OVERSHIRTS, MEN'S
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Deafness Cannot be Cured
By local applications, a9 they, cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deafness,
and that is by "constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely
closed Deafness is the result, and unless
the inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal condi
tion, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (.caused by catarih)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
g2GLT Sold by Drnggisfs, 75c.
An Edinburgh life insurance man
says that the largest mortality rate in
indoor occupations is found among
liquor sellers. Among 1,000 sellers he
found th average mortality to be 29.2".
I have two little grand children who
are teething this hot summer weather
and are troubled with bowel complaint.
I give them Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and it
acts like a charm. I earnestly recom
mend it for children with bowel troubles.'
I was myself taken with a severe attack
of bloody flux, with cramps and pains
in my stomach, one-third of a bottle of
this remedy cured me. Within twenty
four hours I was out of bed and doing
my housework. Mrs. W. L. Dunagan,
Bon-aqua, Hickman Co., Tenn. For
sale by Blakeley & Houghton druggists.
All city warrants registered prior to
December 3, 1891, are now due and pay
able at my office. Interest ceases after
this date. I. I. Bubget, City Treas.
Dated Dalles City, May 15, 1894.
STOW SZXjZiI3a'Gr AT-
Unprecedented in The Dalles; also
'It has cured others-and will cure' you7
is true only of Ayer's Sarsapurilla. " The
motto suits the medicine and the medi
cine the motto. What better assurance
could you have that a remedy will cur
yon, than the tact that it has cured such
multitudes of others? "
Bettek wait than sever.
It is never too late to wed.
RirtE by appearing to submit. . .
Let not time run away with love.
A hungry husband is hard to coax.
Lrt a husband loose in a fenced field.
For Infants and Children.
Caatorfa promotes Digestion, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Squr
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishness.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural. Castoria contains no
Morphine or other narcotic property.
"Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Archer, M. I.,
Ill South Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
- " For several years I have recommenced your
1 Castoria, and shall always continue to do so, '
as it has invariably produced beneficial remits. .
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its merits fo well known that it reems a work of -supererogation
to endorse It. Few are the In
telligent families who do not keep Castoria
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Tax Cravcunt CouPAmr, 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
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