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THE DALLES, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1895.
Child's Kid Button Shoe, spring heel, patent tip, size 6 to 1 ....$1.25 $ .85
Child's Kid Button Shoe, spring heel, patent tip, size 8 to 10 1.50 "1-9.
Misses' Kid Button Shoe, spring heel, patent tip, size 11 to 2 ...1.90 1.35
Child's Grain Button Shoe, spring heel, sole leather tip, size 8 to 10J ..' 135 .85
Misses' Grain Button Shoe, spring heel, sole leather tip, size 11J 1.85 1.35
Child's Grain and Calf Button Shoe, spring heel, "Young America," 5 to 8. 1.25 1.00
Child's Pebble Calf " " spring heel, sole leather tip, 7 to 10 .. 1.50 .95
Misses' Kangaroo Calf " " spring heel, plain toe, size 8 to 10$ .... 1.50 1.00
Ladies' Oxfords in kid and calf, case and turn soles, etc., choice of lot $1.00 per pair
A WORD The above lines
Sale Now On.
.Salisbury's to Olney on Ven
HIS REQUEST FLATLY REFUSED
is Reported General Throughout
Venesaela Colombian Troops
Defeated In an Attack on
London, Dec. 4. The reply of the
Marquia of Salisbury to the note of Sec
retary Olney on the Venezuelan ques
tion is on board the White-Star lice
steamship. .Britannic, due in .New York
Friday. The essence of the document is
that Great Britain refuses to sabrait
to arbitration any teriitory with
in the Schomburgk line. Some surprise
is expressed because the reply was not
sent through the United States embassy,
but Ambassador Bayard explains that
this is in accord with diplomatic usage.
COMMENT ON THE MESSAGE.
Opinions, Favorable and Otherwise, in
London, Dec. 4. Referring to Presi
dent Cleveland's message to congress,
the St. James Gazette, this afternoon
"There is nothing whatever of jingo
in Cleveland's message. In spite ot all
assertions to the contrary there is not
the least probability that the United
States will put any obstacles in the way
of a proper settlement of the Venezuelan
The Pall Mall Gazette says: "So far
as our relations with America are con
cerned, the message is not likely to
raise any nn pleasant quest ion, but we
fail to eee how Cleveland's definition of
Monroeism applies to Venezuela."
The Globe says : "There is nothing
surprising in the fact that the Monroe
doctrine talks rather largely in the
message, nor in the hostile tone adopted
toward England. Is not the president
ial election drawing nigh? Pulling the
lion's tail may look to the old world a
curious way of trying to catch fish, but
it has been found to answer in the tur
bid waters of American politics."
v a Terrible Storm Coming.
San Francisco, Dec. 4. The weather
Highest of all in Leavening Power
To give those who haven't
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are all superior goods, guaranteed just as represented, and below the present values of these goods at first
bureau has issued & warning of a severe
storm which will sweep the coasts of
California, Oregon and Washington, to
morrow. The storm will be especially
severe north of Cape Mendicino and on
Oregon and Washington : coasts, and
there will be danger to shipping. Rain
will accompauy the storm.
BATTLE EXPECTED SOON.
Spanish Trying; to Prevent Maceo's En
trance Into Santa Clara.
New York, Dec. 4. A special to the
World from Havana says :
Maceo's advance columns moved rap
idly across the country from the neigh
borhood of Cascaora and reached a point
five miles from dege-de Avila on the
evening of November 28. The main
body, was then between. Horininguera
On the 29th a sound of firing was
early heard at Clege de Avila in the di
rection of Fort Redonda, on the Trocha.
At 10 o'clock Maceo's advance guard,
400 strong, attacked Fort Redonda and
was repelled. His entire following then
passed to the westward across the-Trocha,
between Forts Redonda and San
chez, which are on the military line of
Clege de Avila.
Four separate Spanish columns are in
the vicinity of Maceo's force, endeavor
ing to prevent hia entrance into Santa
Clara, which in his present object. Sua
rez Valdez, with 4000 soldiers, and Nav
arro, with 3000, are in his front, and
Mella and Aldave are in his rear and on
his left. flank, with 4-500 men.
There is expectation in official circles
here of an important engagement, and it
is likely to occur at any moment. News
from Santa Clara is looked for with in
HORSES FOB THE AKMV.
The Usual Fall Supply to Be Fur
Washington, Dec. 4. The. army will
soon begin to buy the usual fall supply
of faultless horses for the cavalry and,
accordingly, the secretary of war has
pent Colonel James M. Moore, of New
York, assistant, quartermaster-general,
and Captain James B. Aleshire, of St.
Louis, assistant quartermaster, to Chi
cago, to make these purchases. After ex
haueting the Chicago market Colonel
Moore will go to Pes Moines" and St.
Louis. The buying of horses for the
cavalry and artillery each year is of no
small importance. The requirements
are rigid,, and - not more than two
horses out of every ten offered are suit
able. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
had the opportunity of visiting- our Shoe Department an
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J. II. Zeilln & Co., Phila., Fa .
Blakeley & Houghton, the druggists,
will tell you that no one is better quali
fied to judge of the merits of an article
than the dealer, because he bases, his
opinion on the experience of all who use
it. For this reason: they wish " us to
publish the remarks of other dealers
aoout an' article which they handle
Messrs. C. F. Moore & Co., Newberg,
Ore., say: "We sell more of Chamber
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An assorted lot of Child's Shoes, kid and grain 75c and $1.0Q V $ -50
Ladies' Kangaroo Calf, buttonpatent tip, size 2$ to 7.... 2.50 1.75
Ladies' Seal Calf Button Shoe, dull tip, size 2$ to 7....: 2.75 1.75
Ladies' Kid Calf Button Shoe, patent tip, size 2$ to 7 3.00 1.75'
Ladies French Kid Button Shoe, hand-turn sole, size 2 J to 7 5.00 2.50
Ladies' American Kid Calf Button Shoe, plain or patent tip 3.00 1.60
Gentlemen's Fine Dress Shoe, lace or congress, tipped, all warranted.. 4.00 2.75
" i -;$. . ' cordovan stock, Goodyear welt... 5.50 3.90
" " " dongola, congress, plain toe 3.00 2.35:
" " " vici kid, congress only. 2.50 1.75'
Gents' Fine Embroidered Plush Slippers reduced to.... $1.00 and $1.25
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Miss St. John.
Further testimonials have been received as to
the excellent durability of our FOOTWEAR; '
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A Full Line of
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toons. Toasted Butter Corn in small
Bayle's celebrated Clam Broth
Bayle's English Sandwich
Bayle's Extract of Beef.
Little German Pretzels.
Saratoga Chipped Potatoes.
The above are very fine goods and perfectly-fresh.
It will be a pleasure to show them to
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