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THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1895
Ratification of the Treaty
Will Not Be Delayed.
LISTENED TO FRIENDLY ADVICE
Warships AttsmbllBC im the Hsrssr of
Chs-Foo Bight Russian War Ves
sels Have Arrived.
Yokohoma, May 6. Viceroy Li Hang
Chang baa been appointed Chinese en
voy to1 exchange ratifications of the
peace treaty, which is expected to occur
at Che-Foo tomorrow, instead of Wed'
Chb-Foo, May 6. The warships of
several powers are fast assembling here.
The situation is regarded as ominous.
Already eight Bosnian warships, includ
ing three torpedo boats, are here, and
more are expected. In addition, one
British, French and American and two
German warships have arrived.
lias Listened to Friendly Advice.
Paris, May 6. The Japanese minis
ter here has informed the '-minister of
foreign affairs, M. Honotaux, that de
ferring to the friendly advice of France,
Russia and Germany, Japan has re
nounced its claim to the permanent pos
session of Liao Tung peninsula, includ
ing Port Arthur.
German Government Informed.
Berlin, May 6. Trie Japanese gov
ernment has informed the government
of Germany that in accordance with the
advice of the powers Japan baa relin
quished her claim to Liao Tung penin
sula under the treaty of Simonoeski.
A British Commander Talks of th
- Oriental War.
Nw York, May 6. Commander F,
P. Ashe, of the British royal navy, ia in
the city on a brief visit. - Commander
Ashe was attached to a British warship
which was on duty at the Hong Kong
station in the China sea, during the war
between China and Japan. In speaking
of the war, be said :
"I studied it from a distance. There
was some pretty hard fighting, and naval
experts were furnished with some val
cable duta. The Japanese fought well
on -land and on sea, and richly earned
Speaking of the attitude of Russia to
ware the treaty of peace, Commander
Ashe said :
"Russia has always been contesting
for an eastern port. She is aggressive
and will take every advantage. This
last move of hers is characteristic. I see
that Japan has refused to beed her pro
, tests. I do not think that another war
will result: I believe that Japan will
stand by her guns and not concede an
inch, and Russia will be obliged to ack
nowledge the justice of her position."
French Cruisers for China. .
Toulon. May 6. The French' cruisers
Sfax and Cecille will accompany the
French cruisers Tage and Suchett to
China sailing today. They were loaded
yesterday with ammunition and provisions.
Cleveland as an Author. ' '
Washington., May 6. Mri Cleveland
ia to appear before his countrymen in a
new role. He has become a literary
man. He has spent four years, more or
less, in writing a book, still incomplete,
which seems likely to give him an alto
gether unique position in our long line
ci "presidents. It ia a volume on eco
Everybody knows that Mr. Cleveland
has theories of bis own in the domain of
politics. His views, however, are that
the academic field of acience cultivated
by Adams Smith, Richardo and Mill are
very little understood. If there is one
study to which Mr. Cleveland has de
voted his leisure, it is political economy
and social economy.. He is an omniver
oua reader in these departments of
knowledge. Another fact which ' has
been noticed is that now be writes for
hours. He is always.making notes as
he proceeds. In the matter of classify
ing his knowledge, Mr. Cleveland shows
decided expertness. He has received
nearly all the currant works of impor
tance that issue from the' press that is,
those which are in his line. They are
duly and promptly read and notes mada
of them for future reference. "
Mr. Cleveland's book will probably
appear wnen tbe president lays down
the cares of office. Mr. Cleveland is
presenting economic science from a point
of view somewhat in advance ot John
Stuart Mill. His book is divided into
four departments production, consump
tion, distribution and exchange and
there is a special chapter under the de
partment of consumption, on the theory
of marginal utility.
From what can be gathered, Mr.
Cleveland does not mean to expound a
doctrine so much as to. make clear the
lines along which progress in economic
thought must proceed. This way of go
ing to work has permitted copious illus
trations drawn from American history.
In this Mr. Cleveland seems to strike a
new note. -
What the president writes is the work
of bis own hand. In his library at
Woodley, Mr. Cleveland reads far into
the "night. He writes at late hours, too
At this rate it takes montns to write a
chapter. Mr. Cleveland's notes and ref
erences are carefully made and filed
away. He can, by means of a system be
has devised, lay hia band on any para
graph of any work be baa ever read, pro
vided be has a citation to verify. His
library is thus always at his finger ends.
A noteworthy fact is that Mr. Cleve
land allows himself no amanuensis in
his labors. In one respect these literary
labors denote a change in the man. Sev
eral years ago Mr. Cleveland was no
great reader. Now he is a good deal of a
book orm. This is a very powerful
factor in his determination to lay down
the responsibilities of office when his
present term is ended. '
Fighting- has Begun.
Nkw Tokx, May 6. Dispatches from
Tegucigalpa and Nicaraguan points to
the World say that fighting hasjbegan in
Granda, Nicaragua, and disorder is also
reported from Leon. Word comes from
there that the followers of Oritz, Zerula
and Macherro have united to make war
on President ' Zelaya. The Honduran
troops concentrated at Cape Gracias will
remain there, as it is feared that the
threatened outbreak on the Mosquito
reservation may extend. General Bon
ilia will take 4,000 men and go to Presi
dent Zelaya's aid if requested.
Though the British have left Corinto,
martial law will continue some days, on
account of the fear that the uprising at
Granada will spread.
It is estimated that the trouble with
England has cost Nicaragua $1 -000,000.
It is claimed that Envoy Barrios failed
in b'is duty by not informing his govern
ment that United States Ambassador
Bayard was not seconding - Gresbara'i
views in favor of a settlement by arbitra
tion. This view is discredited by the
officials, though not officially. General
Duarte - has arrived at Bluefields. A
high official says the reports of the op
position to President Zelaya are greatly
exaggerated - .
,-- California's Ossified Man.
Montkezt, Cal., May 6.- The death
in this city of William Tibbets, ended
a case without parallel in medical his
tory. The deceased waB a sufferer from
dropsy, but the peculiarity is that he
was in a state of partial petrifaction
His body was as rigid as stone. The
pricking of a needle made no indents.
tion in the flesh and all power of Ben
sensation had disappeared. Mr. Tibbets
was taken to the German hospital in
San Francisco and nine physicians made
close examinations and held many con
saltations, to discover , the identitv of
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yesterday. A post-mortem examination
was made and it was found that the only
organs which were in a healthy condi
tion were the kidneys. The deceased
was a pioneer resident of this city . and
waa 66 yeara of age.
Any one who has ever bad an atack
of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice
ith Mr. J. A. Stumm, 220 Boyle
Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortunate
escape from a siege of that distressing
ailment. Mr. Stumm is foreman of
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Some months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street on an
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The result was that when ready to go
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Blakeley & Houghton, Druggists. -
Beaten to Death.
Pittsbueo, May 6. Isaac Jones, the
night clerk at the First Avenne hotel,
was brutally murdered in the basement
of the hotel this morning. He had been
beaten on the head with an iron bar and
While in Stockton, Cal., some time
ago, lhos. i). L-angan, of ls isanos, that
state, was taken vary severely cramps
and diarrhoea. He chanced to meet Mr.
C. M. Carter, who waa similarly afficted.
He says: "I told him of Chamber
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Remedy, and we went to the Holden
Drug Store and procured a bottle of it.
It gave Mr. Carter prompt relief and I
can vouch for its having cured me.
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Pittsburg, May 6. Charles H. and
Henry Delaney, arrested, in connection
with tbe blind pool expose a few months
ago, were today found guilty of conspl
racy to defraud.
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Collections made and proceeds promptly
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