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THE DALLES, OREGON,- THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1895.
r":x'."z no 145"
ALL ON GERMANY
The Eyes of the Nation are
Turned to Her.
THE KIEL CANAL DEMONSTRATION
imodore Bonce Appointed to
ceed Admiral Meade. --Tele
The Kiel Canal.
" Kikl, June 19. There was a heavy
downfall of rain all thia morning, and for
a time it seemed likely to jeopardize the
success of the fetes attending the open
ing of the Baltic canal. Happily the
clouds cleared away and a brilliant sun
Bhine accompanied by s pleasant breeze'
followed. As a result the streets j were
alive with people, and everywhere the
greatest animation prevailed. Many
streets are decorated with triumphal
arches, and with greeting to the em
peror, the whole city , presents a strik
ingly effective appearance. Flags of all
nations were hoisted along the Alster at
noon and sentries, at the doors of the
principal hotels, to guard the imperial
guests. Naturally the chief center of at
traction was the seaport, where the dis
play of warships attracted many thou
sand spectators. Tnose of the United
States, Great Britain, Italy and Austria,
were especially admired. At 8. a. m.
the war vessels of 14 nations were repre
sented and hoisted their flags to strains
of anthems of their respective countries.
Official introductions of foreign admirals
and commanders to the port captain and
the military commandant of Kiel, oc
curred on the Mars and concluded with
an official interchange of ' visits. The
Mars hoisted the flag of Admiral Knorr,
who subsequently, accompanied by his
commanders, visited the foreign squad
rons, and many officers of. various
nations started for Hamburg to meet the
BIO FIBS AT BKATILE
Property of . the Consolidated
Seattle, June 20. The power-house
of the Seattle Consolidated Street EaiU
way Company, operating the Second
street, North Seattle, Green Lake, Third
street, Lake Union and South Seattle
electric car lines, was destroyed by fire
early this (Thursday) morning, with all
its valuable contents. The building,
wnicn was ot Dries, occupied nau a
block on Pine street between Fifth and
Sixth. The fire burst from the whole
south side of the building and the entire
building was in flames before an alarm
was turned in.
There were 22 cars in the building, be
sides much valuable machinery, com
prising one of the largest electric plants
in tne Pacific Northwest. The loss "5s
estimated at 200,'00O, .
Nkw York, June 19. The Pacific
Mail Steamship Company has -filed a
petition with Judge Brown, ' of the
United States district court, asking for
exemption from liability for all damage
occassoned by the wreck of . the Colima,
. and offers to' surrender to the court for
the benefit of those having claims
against the company its interest in the
a wrecked vessel and . all freight money
earned in the last fatal voyage. ' Samuel
H. Lyman was today appointed trustee
to receive the transfer of the interest
( and hold it for the benefit of creditors
) ' who might prove claims. The court di
rected an order commanding all persons
claiming damages by reason of the wreck
to present their claims to Commissioner
Thomas Alexander on or before October
Female Highway Robaer. '
Sak Jose, Cal., June 19. Nora Belde
rain is in prison in this city charged
with highway , robbery. The , woman
t Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
hired a horse and buggy from Louis
Pfan in this.city aud drove to Los Gatos,
where she picked up two young men.
They started for Santa Cruz, and when
about six miles on the road a farmer by
the name of Hanger appeared on the
road. As soon as Miss ..Belderain saw
him she jumped out of the buggy, and
whipping out a revolver,, commanded
him to throw up his hands, which Han
ger did. . She then went through his
pockets and secured 40 cents, ail the
young fellow had. .
A Callforoian'a I. nek. .
San Francisco, June 19. Colonel Avf
. Cochran, of San Diego, is about to be
come the possessor of an immense for
tune through a North Carolina' land
agent. His attorneys, Senator Thomas
J. Jarvis and ex-Attorney-General C. F.
O. Davis, of South Carolina, have noti
fied him to this effect. The grant,
which is in the vicinity of Asheville, is
at least 25 miles, long and 11 miles wide,
and comprises 100,160 acres. The land
was granted to Colonel Cochran's grand
father, William Cochran, by George III,
allan Employe of the Congress
. Mine In No Danger.
Phoenix, Ariz., June 19. This morn
ing a telegram was sent by the Italian
consul at Denver to Governor Hughes,
asking his to protect the Italian labor
ers in the Congress mine, 80 miles north
of Phoenix ; also that he has telegraphed
Secretary Olney the situation, and ask
ed him interference " to protect their
lives A later telegram from Olney ar
rived, saying :
"Protect the Italians miners at the
Nw York, June 19. Police Inspector
McLaughlin has been sentenced to two
years and six months' imprisonment in
Sing Sing. One week was allowed him
to settle up his affairs.
The police commissioners last night re
instated McLaughlin to his rank in the
police force, from which the board dis
missed him upon the finding of the jury
that he was guilty of extortion in that
Another Imported Fniglist.
'Springfield, 111,, June 19. Johnny
Connors, the 105 pound pugilist, has ac
cepted a challenge of Mike Small, 102
pounds, of England, for a finish fight for
an amount to be decided upon later.
Connors has notified the Coney Island
Club and the Suffolk Club, of Bostion,
that he will meet Small before either of
those clubs or will go to England and
- The Corean Legation. 1
Washington, June 191- The Corean
government has made an allowance of
8000 yen (about"$7000) to sustain a Co
rean legation at Washington, This is
likely to be followed at no distant day
by the appointment of a new minister
or the return of the old minister, who
has been in Seoul some months.
, Ascot Races Marred.
Ascot, England, June 19. The second
day of the Ascot meeting was marred by
rain. All American horses were
scratched. There were 20 starters for
the Royal Hunt cup over the new "mile
(7 furlongs and 13 yards). Clorane won ;
Victor Wilde second Irish Car third.
Kennett Held for X.anslang-hter.
Los Angeles, Cal., June 18. The ex
amination of Ferdinand B. , Kennett,
slayer of Detective Lawson, was com
pleted before Justice Young this after
noon. He was held for manslaughter
and bail was put at 20,000.
Emperor at Hamburg.
Hahburg, June 19. The imperial
train arrived here af 4:12 p. m. Em
peror William, who was In the best of
spirits, Inspected the guard of honor at
the railroad station, and drove to R&th
ans amid the incessant cheering.
... ,. To Succeed Meade. .
Washington, June 19. Commodore
Bance has been appointed to the com
mand of the North Pacific squadron, to
succeed Admiral Meade, "
Know and get the best Cottolehe,'
the new vegetable shortening, . has
won a wide and wonderful popu
larity. At its introduction it was
submitted to expert chemists, promi
nent physicians and famous cooks.
All or these pronounced
a natural, healthful and acceptable
food-product, better than lard for
every cooking purpose.
The success of Cottolene is now
a matter of history. Will you share
in the better food and better health
for which it stands, by using it in
Cottolene is sold in . 3 and 5
pound pails by all grocers.
Made only by .
The N. K. 'Fall-bank
ST. LOUIS and
Chicago, New York, Bastes
. 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 afflcted.
He says : "I told him of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
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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' AH' persons are hereby warned not to
purchase that certain note given by the
nndersigned in favor of Mrs. Pearl Clark
for the sum of $3,000, dated March 26,
1895, nnd due in five years after date.
Said note was given without considera
tion, and will not be paid. '
Dalles City, Or., June 13, 1895.
" janl5-lm , . .J.F.Gomez."
' ' " Everybody Attention. '
By request of : many business men
there will be a meeting of citizens held
in the old court house this evening at 8
o'clock sharp to consider plans for the
Fourth of July. Let everyone come and
lend their support to making the pro
ject a success.
Frank Menefeb, Mayor.
There is ' great danger in neglecting
Colic, cholera and similar complants.
An absolutely prompt and safe cur is
found in De Witt's Colic and Cholera
Cure. For sale by. Snipes-Kinersly Drug
Co. -. ; : "
Pay the County Debt. ' . -
All county warrants registered prior to
Nov. 1st, 1891, will be paid if presented
at my office, corner 3d and Washington
streets," The Dalles,' Or. Interest ceases
after May 25, 1895.
- - Wlf . MlCHELL, -
IToti ' . '
All city warrants issuiajinceFeb.lst,
1895, will be paid upon presentation at
my office. Interest ceases ,; after this
date, June 4th, 1895. .
I. I. . BURGET,
." ' ' " ' " City' Treasurer.
The Wasco v Warehouse Co.' have on
sale at their .warehouse; Seed Wheat,
Feed Wheat, Barley, Bailey Chop, Oats
and Hay. Are sole agents in The Dalles
for the now celebrated Goldendale roller
mills flour, the best fldipr in the market
Wash Silks . ;
These Silks are all that can be desired for anj
"Up-to-Date" Waist. Regular 50c values.
Imported Swivel Silks
Very novel shades :
qualities of a linen,
Silk Striped Flannel
The quantity of this Flannel is limited. Pat-
terns choice; quality never more worthy of mention.
Misses' Black Ribbed Hose
For Tnfawta and Children.
Caatorfa. promotes Pigcatlon, and
overcomes Flatulency, Constipation, Sour
Stomach, Diarrhoea, and Feverishness.
Thus the child Is rendered healthy and its
sleep nrntnz-al. Casiorla contains na
Morphine or other narcotic property.
" Caotoria ia go well adapted to children (hat
X recommend tt aa superior to any prescription
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IM Sooth Oxford St., Brooklyn, K.T.
M For Mveral yean I hare laooDunedoed your
C&etoria, and chall always continue to do mo,
aa i t has inTariaUy produced beneficial remits.'
Zdwix F. Pardsx, M. D.,
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its merits so well known that it a work ot
supererogation to endorse it. Few are the hv
telligent families who do not keep Oaetoria
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Cixun Xiimt, t. D.,
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Boss cash store.
rich designs: possessing all the wearing '
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A real bargain. We take special pride in being able to offer
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FRENCH & CO.,
TKAH8ACT A GKNK RAL BANKINO BUBIirXBS
Letters of Credit is sued available in the
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. BCHXKCI,
J. If. Fattkbbok,
first Rational Bank..
THE DALLES. W - - OREGON
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to Sight ;
. Draft or Check. V.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
- remitted on day of collection.
Sight and Telegraphic Exchange sold on
New York, San Francisco and Port
D. P. Thompson. Jko. S. SchihcxJ
En. M. Williams, - Gio. A. Lixbs. .
H. M. Bbaix. .
sla. - t from -tl3.eix
Samhs and Satins
. floYMilii; Gash Dealer.
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FIRE BRICK, :
; and ; ; . ; ;
DEC. Q- Xj IEj ILST ,
Grand Show of
FELT and STRAW HATS.
; Finest in the City.
and sold only in ton lotfi or over. 9-tf