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f CUS." The Dalles, Oregon.
WEDNESDAY, - DECEMBER 18, 1895
It ia not well to become excited about
the alleged possibility of a war between
the United States and England over tbe
'Venezuelan matter. The note . of the
' Marquis of Salisbury in answer to Sec
retary Olney'8 dispatch of several
ontba ago, says the Globe-Democrat,
ia a refusal to arbitrate the bound-
ry question, to be sure; but it does
sot carry with it any intimation or
suggestion that this position will be
maintained regardless of consequences.
There is nothing offensive or threaten
ing in such a proceeding ; and it is not
at all likely tbat there is any hostile in
ention behind it. On the contrary,
there ia a manifest desire to discuss tbe
question and an evident purpose to rely
upon diplomatic strategy for the adjust
ment of the case, so far as this country is
concerned. This is characteristic of
England when dealing with a nation
. of equal strength. . In a controversy
which thus involves Ihe danger of being
called to account by a formidable adver
sary, she is always disposed to play an
amicable part and to be ver3 careful of
speech, however persistent -and volum
inous. We have had sufficient evidence
of tbia in our own experience with her
to justify the conclusion that in the
present instance she . will not take any
chance of provoking a war, even if she
should find it necessary to make a com
plete surrender of her claim in order to
avert tnat calamity.
The situation ia such that our govern
ment ia in duty bound to insist upon
me proposition tnat mere shall be no
enlargement of the area of British Gui
ana in derogation of the rights and
against the will of Venezuela, which is
simply saying that the United States
will not consent to the forcible increase
of the possessions of any European
power on this continent. That - was the
tenor of Secretary OIney's dispatch to
the Marquis of Salisbury, and there can
"be no backing down from . a position
thus plainly and deliberately taken. It
ia .the Monroe doctrine as understood
and endorsed by the American people,
and it cannot be abandoned or modified
to please England or any other country.
The justice and fairness of it cannot be
made a subject of dispute. It repre
- eenta interests and circumstances of
vital importance, and the Eentiment
that supports it is practically unanimous
and uncompromising. If England does
not fully realiza this fact, she will find
it out in ail of its certainty and potency
as soon as the occasion comes for its gen
eral expression; and it Is entirely safe
to predict that she will discover a way
to avoid military collision with it. She
will exhaust all peaceful resources in
her efforts to obtain what she wants,
and the correspondence between the two
governments will be long and tiresome;
but in the end a settlement will be
effected without any appeal to arms or
any serious disturbance ot the existing
friendly relations. . . -
in now and are being' rapidly sent to the
places where there is the greatest need.
An American central committee ia now
being organized, tfhder. the lead of tbe
Chamber of .Commerce in this city, and
the treasurer is Spencer Trask, 27 Pine
street, New York City. It is not yet
fettled wnether the Red Cross Society
will be 'allowed to distribute funds, but
the attempt will be made; and it only
remains to see if the Turkish govern
ment will forbid the operations of a soci
ety which it has itself authorized by
treaty. N. Y. Independant. :
That the cost of royalty is not an in
considerable thing to a nation ia eeeu by
the daily income of tbe following princi
pal rulers of Europe : The Czar of Rus
sia, $30,000 ; the Sultan of Turkey, $20,
000; 'the Emperor of Germany, $10000;
the King of Italy, $8,000; the Queen of
England, $8,000, and the King of the
Massachusetts keeps its health. statis
tics with much care, and the annual re
port for 1894, which has just been is
sued, presents many instructive points.
The improved water supply throughout
the state is steadily cutting down the
typhoid fever cases. Though consump
tion ia still the most de. t'uitire disease,
its fatality has decreased nearly one-half
since 1853. Pneumonia is now second,
and it carries off almost as many as con
sumption. The figures of mortality of
the year are: Consumption, 6527;
pneumonia, 5499; brain diseases, 5144; I
Iiim. i4;o.naa. QCQC. 1 1 e !
v uiecnsco, uu3Ut uuuicia luIcLuluuJ,
2704; old age, 1861 ; bronchitis, 1738;
kidney diseases, 1685; cancer, 1533;
diphtheria and croup, 1394. The birth
rate was 27.55 per 1000 and the death
rate 20.13. The "number of twins born
during the year was 1220, and there
were nine cases of triplets. Eighteen
centenarians died in 1894. an. I 447 other
The popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the high esteem in
which it is helds leads us to believe it to
be an article of great worth and merit
We have the pleasure of giving the ex
perience of three prominent citizens of
Redondo Beach. Cal.. in the use of the
remedy. Mr. A. V. Trudel! says: "I
have always received prompt relief when
I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy."
Mr. James Orchard eays : ''I am satis
fied that Chamberlain's Cough remedy
cured my cold.-' Mr. J. M. Hatcher
says: "For three years I have used
Chamberlain'a Cough Remedy in my
family and its results have always been
satisfactory." For eale bv Blakeley &
The last shipment ot a consignment of
wool went by the Regulator this morn
ing. For several days tbe boat has been
having a revival of the wool carrying
trade of last summerr Over 200,000
pounds have been shipped during the
past week. The wool goes to Boston via
the Regulator line - and the Southern
i'acinc. All last summer s wool is not
out of the country vet."
For tbo many accidents that occur
1 . i r . ...
uuuut ir.e larm or Household, such as
burns ' scalds, bruises cuts, ragged
wound?, bitea of animals, mosquitos or
insects, galls or chaffed spots, frost bites,
aches and pains on any part of the body,
or the ailments resulting from exposure,
as neuralgia, rheumatism etc. Dr. J. H.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has
proved itself a sovereign remedy. Price
25c, 50 and $1.00 per bottle. Snipes
Kinersly Drug Co. -
Four Dollars a Cord.
Four dollars will now buy a cord of
good oak wood delivered at your wood
shed. We will sell at this price for a
time to reduce our stock.
deci8-tf Jos. T. Peters & Co.
The Regulator carried a large load of
freight from The Dalles this morning.
There was one consignment of thirteen
tons of feed for Drano, where the flume
of the Oregon Lumber Co. ia situated.
Besidts this, Cascade Locks, White
Salmon and other river points received
large amounts of freight.
You are weak, "run-down,"
health is frail, strength g-one.
Doctors call your case an
aemia there is a fat-famine
in your blood. Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liver oil.
with hypophosphites, is the
best food-means of getting
your strength back your
doctor will tell you that.
He knows also that when'
the digestion is weak it is
better to break up cod-liver
oil out of the body than to
burden your tired digestion
with it. Scott's Emulsion
Scott & Bowxb, Chemists, New York. 50c and $1.00
1,000,000 People Wear
Ire Year Nerves?-- Pretty Shaky, ta't Tbsy?
Is Your Digestion ? Pretty Poor, Isn't It ?
Thil ls Your Bleed ? Almost Like Water, Eh ?
ONE THING will Make a Whole Man of You
That is DR. HENLEY'S Celery. Beef and Iron
Try a Case. It will Make a "New" Woman of Your Wife
And She Won't Want to Vote, Either
FOR SALE BY BLAKELEY & HOUGHTON.
Seventh Annual Bail,
GIVEN BY THE
Gesang Verein Harmonie,
The Event of the Season ...
WILL BE THE
First Grand Ball
Co 1 a Hose i:iim
jam, 1. 2,
Baldwin Opera House,
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 31, 1895
Music furnished "by the Orchestra Union.
Tickets can be had from any member of Committee. Not transferable.
pine IXlines and Iiiquoi?s,
Domestic and Key West Cigars,
St. Louis and Milwaukee Bottled Beer.
Columbia Brewery Beer on Draught
67 Second St.
THE OLD ORO FINO STAND,
, - - - The Dalles. Oregon.
STUBLING & WILLIAMS, Props.
FINE WINES. LIQUORS CIGARS.
All brands of Imported Liquors, Ale and Porter,
and Genuine Key West Cigars. A Full Line of
CALIFORNIA - WINES - AND - BRANDIES
Twelve-year-old Whiskey, strictly pure, for medicinal purposes.
Best Malt Liquor. Columbia Krenery Beer tin Draught.
Agents for tbe Celebrated 1'abtit Milwaukee Beer.
No.- 94 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OR
JOS. T. PETERS & CO.
DING : MATERIALS
Toleplioiio jyj'o. 3 3.
AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r.
. persona who were over the age of 901
seventy seven having passed the age of j
95. Of the whole number who died at '
nges beyond 90 yearp, 152 were men and
313 women, a striking proof that in !
JJew Englan I women live to a greater
age than men.
Now ia the time to organize meetings
all over the country to demand protec
tion for American interests in Turkey,
and to collect funds for the relief of not
leas than half a million people' In danger
of dying of hunger and cold thia winter.
'The pope baa already given a generous
contribution English gifts are flowing
j;r W. Dag:Uu shoe, and from
I.OO ta 8-M m pair. All Style, and
Width.. Tbe advance in leather haa Increaaed tbe
pries or other makes, bat the quality and prices of
W. K.. osivla. shoes remain the ume. '
Take no substitute; see that name and price Is stamped
am aois. W. i Jsousla., Bkocktox, aLa&s. Sou bjr
CHAS. F. STEPHENS.
Thia well-known Brewery, ia now turning out.ths best Beer and Portei
east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health-
ful Beer have been introduced, and on. y the first-class article will be placed o
be marketi . . -
The Tygrt, Val
Ask Yanbibber & Worsley for it.
Every Square is Full "Weight.
TiEx.rEirE'soasnEs osro. so.
A. A. B.
. RUPERT & GABEL,
Wholesale and retail manufacturers and dealers in "
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collar
. . 'J ..TENTS and WAGON COVERS. :
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DOSE. Adjoining E. J. Collins fc Co.VStor
Baldwin Opera House, t
Saturday, Dec. 21, 1895.
"' Committee of arrangements.
HANS. HANSEN, WM. BIRGFELD,
RECEPTION COMMITTEE. - '
E. SC II ANNO, I. C. NICKELSEN, JOS. NITSCHKE, C. W1GLE,
II. J. AlAIER, G. WALTHER, II. C.'LIEBE.
FLOOR COMMITTEE. .
E. JACOBSEN, J. WIGLE, R. RORDEN, F. WIGLE.
Music furnished by the Orchestra Union. Grand march at 8:45, p. m.
Nolan's Book Store now located at
No. 54 Second Street, near Union.
Only a few names .
as a "persuader."
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Just received, a new and elegant bulk of Handkerchief Extracts and Sachets,
principally "Lundborgs," at
Donnell's Dtug Stove.
Telephone flo. 15.?
A nem departure.
- On and after Dec: 2, 1895, the undersigned will sell hia stock of ;
Hay, Grain, Feed, Flour and Groceries,
FOR ABSOLUTE CASH . OR PRODUCE.
No gooda sold unless paid for. We are selling goods very close, and we muat have
the cash down. We will make it to your interest to get the cash.
J- h. cross:
All goods delivered to the boat, railroad depot or any part of the city free of coat.
Successor to Cbrisman & Coreon.
FULL UN' OF
, STAPLE and FANCY GROCE ES.
Again in business at the old stand. I would be pleased to
see all my former patrons. Free delivery to any part of town.
CLOSING OUT SALE
of DRY nnnns
- CLOTHING, FURNISHING- GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS.
Th 6S6 Goods Must Gg "Sold Lsss Than Cost.
J. P lyEcINERNY.
PAINTS, OILS AND- GLASS.
And the Most Complete and Latest Patterns and Designs in
WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER.
PRACTICAL PAINTER and PAPER HANGER. ' Non bnt fK ,ot,t K..
of J. W. MASDRY'S PAINTS used in all our work, and none but the
pout BKiuea woramen einpioyea. Agents for Alasury Jbiquid Paints. No chem
lcel combination or soap mixture. -A first-class article in all colors. All orden
promptly attended to.- :
Store and Paint Shw corner Thiid and Washington Sts., The Dalles, Ore'oi