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THE DALLES OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 13, 1895
LOST ITS RECKONING
A Delayed Blizzard Sweeps
' r ! the Middle West. ? ?
HEAVY SNOWFALL IN WISCONSIN
JTrosts Have Dutrcyad Vralta, Grain
and Vegetables From Pennsylvania
to South Dakota.
Milwaukee, Wis.,' May 13. A fierce
ntrtber is sweeping Lake Michigan to
day. .A dispatch from Sheboygan Bays a
life-saving crew has gone to the rescue of
the scow Quickstep, which, is being
driven by a gale and in danger of going
ashore. Snow is reported all through
northern Wisconsin. t- -
Hilling; Frost la Oblo, Pennsylvania
and Virginia. .
Pittsburg, May 13. Eastern Ohio,
Western Pennsylvania and West Vir
ginia were visited last night by a heavy
white frost. The mercury dropped to 32
degrees and in exposed places ice formed
a quarter of an inch thick. Garden
track and grapes were nipped. '
Minneapolis, May 13. Last night the
frost was severe in Minnesota and South
Dakota. Snow fell at Ely, Tower, and
Iron .Range points." Garden truck and
fruits suffered badly, and grain in a leaser
degree. Wheat is reported damaged
lightly, and oats badly in some quarters
Cranberries and other small fruits in
western Wisconsin were frozen solid. -
Heavy Snows in Michigan.
Dstroit, May 13. Western Michigan
dispatches received today indicate that
fruit was not injured to any extent by
frost last night. . In the northern penin
eula and northern part of the state,
i however, a heavy snow fell, with a freez
f aging vegetables and tender buds.
Dunkirk, N, Y., May 13. Sunday
. night's frost desolated the Chautauqua
grape belt. The vineyards appear black
as if a fire had passed over them. Farm
ers report all small fruits as badly dam
aged. Cherries and strawberries are en
Ibree Incbes of Snow.
Green Bay, Wis., May 13. A severe
blizzard prevailed here from midnight to
9 a. m. today. Three incbes of snow
fell, accompanied by wind blowing 40
miles an hour. Great damage resulted
to Iruit, market gardens and growing
Was a Regular Blizzard.
' Menominee, Mich., May 13. A howl
ing blizzard passed over' the city last
night, and snow is three or tour inches
deep -today. All gardens and many fruit
and shade trees are ruined.
Enormous Damage Done.
Cleveland, O.,' May 13. Telegrams
from numerous points throughout north
era Ohio show ' that a heavy frost last
night was most -disastrous in its effect
upon fruit and early vegetables. The
damage is enormous.
i ' Hay Be Worse Tonight.,
Chicago, May 13. Chicago shivered
in a temperature of 40 degrees today
with a heavy gale blowing off the lake
and . the promise of colder weather to
night. . f
Snow at Oshlcosh.
Ohkosh, Wis., May-13. An inch of
... inow fell here 'today; and the thermom
eter is at freezing Great damage has
been done early fruit and gardens.
- - Below Freezing. ,
Cincinnati, May 13. Dispatches from
northeastern Ohio report a heavy dam
' age by frost. The mercury fell 4 deg
below the freezing point.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S; Gov't Report
Li X -CZ Ssss3 IT
Late Reports From Cnba Favorable to
' the Insurgents. " r . ' j
Ntw Tobk, May 13. A special to the
World from Santiago de Cuba, says : - -
The situation in Cnba has changed.
There is a continual exodus of white
Cubans from Santiago now, wliereaa up
to a week ago the reports of 'numerous
departures for the field t were incorrect.
Nearly one hundred members of the Fial
Armonica and, San Carlps .Clubs, have
gone into the country. ; ,"Tbe govern
ment of the islands is alarmed, but is
decided as to the expediency of sending
to Spain for more troops. General Sal-
ciedo thinks it useless to bring over any
m.ore raw, unacclimated levies, until the
season changes, i.V .-' . ;v
It is proposed to call out those Spanish
ex-soldiers who havejserved. Their time
in the army, being given discharge
papers, and enlisting in Cuba. Several
thousand men can : be obtained in this
General Maceo has nearly 3,000 men
at Baruabacoa plantation, two' leagues
from Son go.. All the Spanish troops. at
the latter place were sent to San Luis,
which was threatened with a raid. : One
thousand Spanish soldiers left San Luis
last night for General Maceo. They
went in the dliection of Pal ma. .
Five For. Four Against.
Naw York, May 13. A Washington
special to a morning paper says :
At the consultation of justices Satur
day, Justice Jackson voted with Justices
Brown, White, Harlan and Shiras, to
sustain the constitutionality of the in
come tax law, and the vote, when an
nounced, will stand five to four in favor
of the law. It is learned that Justice
Jackson's attitude was understood by
bis colleagues on the bench before be
came to Washington. He has at all
times been fully advised as to the merits
of the case and was furnished with record
and law briefs, so he was fully prepared
to vote when the justices met in consul
tation yesterday. His only reason for
coming to Washington was to gratify the
desire of the court to have the income-
lax settled decisively so that the court
would not be left divided on such an im
portant question, with the possibility of
endless litigation. It is learned, more
over, that the argument did not change
the views of a single justice.
Cubans In Key West.
New York, May 13. A special from
Key West says : An excited movement
has been noticed among the prominent
Cubans in this city. It was reported by
Cuban leaders here that upward of one-
hundred carrier pigeons' will be used by
Two prominent young Cubans arrived
in this city. Saturday on the Maecotte
from Havana... One is a son of Fabio
Friere, a leading member of the home-
rule party in Camagva, and. the other is
Silvestero Angeda. It is rumored they
will join an expedition from some point
in Florida. . . ' -
The government has committees .col
lecting funds from business men and
others in Havana. They only collected
(30 in two days.. Several suspicions
looking vessels are reported off Pinos del
Rio and Santiago. . It is supposed they
they are landing expeditions and arms
Bloomers Are lfarred
Tiffin, O., May 13. At a meeting of
the Ladies' Cycling Club, the question
of wearing bloomers was thoroughly dis
cussed. This was made necessary by
two of the members appearing in bloom
er costume one evening when a "run"
was called, and the rest refused to ride
with them. After a spirited discussion
a .vote was taken, which resulted
by a narrow majority in favor ot skirts.
When a rider goes out alone she can
wear what she pleaBes, but when she ap
pears with the club she must wear the
Tbe President Expected to Appoint Two
Today. - .. r
Washington, May 13. President
Cleveland, it is expected, will announce
today the appointment of civil service
commissioners to succeed Messrs. Roose
velt and Lyman, republicans. It is un-
der stood the new appointees will be
Colonel Rice, of New York, once private
secretary of- Governor Hill, and John
Harlow, formerly superintendent of the
mails in the St Louis postoffice, who Was
promoted to be postmaster by President
Harrison. , The effect of these appoint
ments will be the reorganization 'of the
commission as regards "the , principal
leaning of its members. Mr. Proctor,
who-continues on the - commission,, is a
democrat, Colonel Bice, is -a democrat,
and Harlow a republican. '- -The two out
going commissioners are republicans.
Both new commissioners, are. ardent ad
vocates of civil service reform.
A Dastardly Attempt
' Property. i;
St. Louis, Mvy 13. Tie third attempt
to destroy life and property in connec
tion with the strike at the Tudor iron
works was made early today, . at Sixth
street , and Trendley avenue, East St.
Louis, where tbe miscreants burled a
dvnamite bomb into the premises of
Henry Vilas, a . saloon and boarding
house, in which are quartered thirty-one
non-union .employes. Nobody 'was
killed or injured, but the building was
badly damaged. The strikers deny all
knowledge of tbe affair.
A Laborer Sues Railroad Companies for
Boycotting Him. '
Toledo, O., May 13.' James O'Shea
baa commenced suits for $10,000 each
against tbe Lake Shore, Ohio Central
and Wabash railway companies. The
suits are based on his discharge and boy
cott during the A. R. TJ.' strike two years
ago and his subsequent blacklist. He is
unable to secure employment on any
of the roads, and he has seen it there.
Should this be successful a hundred
others will follow. ".
Any one who has ever had an a tack
of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice
ritb Mr. J. A. Stumni, 220 Boyle
Heights, Loa Angeles, over his fortunate
escape from a siege of that distressing
ailment. Mr. Stumm is foreman of
Merrian's confectionery establishment,
Some months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street on an
errand, he was caught out in the rain
The result was that when ready to go
borne that night he was unable to walk,
owing to inflammatory rheumatism. He
was taken home, and on - arrival was
placed in front of a good' fire and
thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. ' During tbe evening and
night he was repeatedly bathed with this
liniment, and by morning was relieved
of all rheumatic pains. . He now takes
especial pleasure in praising Chamber
lain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a
bottle of it in the house. For sale by
Biakeley & Houghton, Druggists.
To Bettle tbe Wage Question.
Tebrb Haute, Ind., May 13. The In
diana operatives' executive committee
meet Tuesday to make another effort to
settle the wage question, at least tern
poranly. borne of the operators are
indicating ft purpose to make terms with
the men, without regard to the state asso
ciation, and it is to prevent this that the
meeting is called.
. While in Stockton, Cal., some time
ago, Thos. F. Langan, of Los Banos, that
state, was taken .very severely cramps
and diarrhoea. - He chanced to meet Mr,
C. M. Carter, who was similarly afficted
He says: "I told him of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, and we went to the Holder)
Drug Store and procured a bottle of it
it gave Mr. Carter prompt relief and
can vouch for its having cured me.'
For sale by Biakeley & Houghton, Drug,
gists. : ' . .
Machinists in Session.
Cincinnati, O., : May 18. The inter
national-Association of Machinists today
asked for a charter of affilation with the
National Federation of Labor. A re
solution was adopted declaring that
none ehonld be employed on typesetting
machines, in union offices," except those
of good standing in tbe typographical
union. . " .. ' .: r . . i,
The Wasco Warehouse Co. .have on
sale at their warehouse Seed Wheat,
Feed Wheat, Barley, Barley Chop, Oats
and Hay. Are sole agents in The Dalles
for the now celebrated Goldendale roller
mills flour, the best flour in the market
and sold only in ton lots or over. V-tf -
Captain Sweeney, Tj. 8. A., Sari Diego,
Cal., saysA "ShilobV Catarrh Remedy
is. the first medicine I have ever found
that 'would do me any good." Price 50c.
tO C: V,
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For Infants and Cnlldren.
Caatoria. promote THgesrtlon, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishnesa.
Thus the child is rendered healthy and its
sleep natural. Castorla, contains no
Horpiiine 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. Jlschce. M. I)..
i( 1 II Booth Oxford SC. Brooklyn, N. Y.
. " For eem-al years I hare reoommeDaed your
' Castoria, and shall always continue to do so,
as it ass invariably prodnerd beneficial reputta."
Edwix F. Pardss, M. D.,
B5th Street and 7th Ara New York City.
"The use of ' Castor ia' ts so nnlsusal- and
Its merits so well known that It raems a work of
supererogation to endorse it. Few are tbe In
tefliRent families who do not keep Oastoria
within easy roach."
OiaTioa Hjiwrnr D. D.,
Mew York Olty.
Tirs CaarrMJB OowAjrr, TT Murray Street, K.Y.
Tr. Miles Nirti Fumm
riSM. WEAK BACKS. At drunclsta. only Sa j
MEN'S TAILOR-MADE SUITS
MEN'S TAILOR MADE PANTS
BOYS SUITS AND PANTS
: v. ' i i ' i
166 Second St.
' New, Stylish Shapes for Gentlemen; tOon-n-
- The very latest;, from ovro UjJ.
: .:v . .;,.rS ' - -- " '
A large assortment of Misses' Sailors, OKr ryr
. all good yalnaa, frnTn ..; . . . : c'00 u.p.
Lawn Tennis Shoes.
A. M. WILLIAMS & CO
FRENCH & CO.,
T&AK8ACT A GKNBHwAX BANKXK0 BD8IME88
Letters of Credit issqed available in the
1 Eastern States.
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. Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers sold on New York, Chicago, St.
Louis, San Francisco, Portland Oregon,
Seattle Wash., and various points in Or
egon and Washington.
Collections made at all points on fav
J. u. BCHSNCX,
J. M. Pattsbsoh,
first Rational Bank.
THE DALLES, - - - OREGON
A. General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to Sight
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
. remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francisco and Port
D. P. Thompboh. Jho. S. Sohihci.
I Ed. M. Wiixiams, Go. A. Lbbi.
H. M. Bkall,
White Bed Spreads
Fine Linen Table Damasks
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