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THE "DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1896
BOUND FOR BERMUDAS
Beported Destination of the
LARGE FLEET ALREADY THERE
It Would Certainly Be Regarded ly
This Coantrjr a a Hostile Demom
. tratlonr.ee'a Services Mot
Pohtsmouth, England, Jan. 17. The
flying squadron is assembled at Spit
head. It is reported the destination of
the Eqaadron, after leaving Bantry bay,
Ireland, will be the Bermudas.
NOT BKL1EVED AT W ASH1NTTON.
Would Certainly Be Regarded as a Hos
Washington, Jan. 17. The cable re
port today from Portsmouth, England,
whence the British flying squadron is
about to sail, that the destination ' may
be the Bermudas, cannot be confirmed
in any official quarter here. The British
squadron already at and about the Ber
mudas consists of 16 ships. Should the
Portsmouth report be true it would in
crease this squadron to 22 ships, or 28
including the six torpedo-catchers. It
is doubted that Great Britain would send
such a powerful fleet into American
waters at this time, when their presence
would almost certainly be regarded as a
hostile demonstration, certainly not
called for, as long as diplomacy has not
yet exhausted its resources in the settle
ment of the differences between the
United States and Great Britain.
Has Been Done Before.
1 New Yobk, Jan. 17. William Blake,
treasurer of the American Bible Society,
in referenco to the dispatch from Lima
about the burning of all the bibles be
longing to the American Bible Society,
"Our bibles have been burned before
in Peru. Fanaticism is the cause of it.
The natives are opposed to the disturbu
tion of our Protestant Bibles and every
now and then they seize oar stock and
destroy it. What will be done? Noth
ing. What can be done? They have
destroyed the Bibles before; they de
stroy them now and will destroy them
again, but just the same we shall contin
ue to send Bibles there. Kev. Pensotti
is our agent in Peru. Two years ago he
was imprisoned there for no other reason
than that he was distributing our Bibles.
He was kept in jail for five or six months
and was only released through the inter
position of the state department in
AFFAIRS IN CHILE.
Failure to Float the Government Lots
New Yek, Jan. 17. A special to the
Herald, from Valparaiso, eays :
President Boyes, of the senate, has an
nounced himself a candidate for the
presidency of the republic.
The failure to float the government
loan of 4,000,000 is felt keenly through
Manuel Jose Irarrazabol, a wealthy
and well-known conservative leader, has
left Chile for the United State.
Adverse to Dunraven.
New York, Jan. 17. The World to
morrow will Bay that it was learned to
night from a member of the New York
Yacht Club, who is supposed to know,
that a copy ol the report of the commit
tee that investigated Lord Dunraven's
charges had been placed in the hands of
Commodore Brown today. The commo
dore, it is said, will call a meeting, at
which the report will be read. The
World adds :
"While the decision is adverse to Dun
raven, it censures him only mildly for
bringing the charges."
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
PKty-Cent Wheat at Walla Walla.
Walla Walla, Jan- 17. The wheat
market took a sudden jump today and
caused considerable excitement. Ovr
100,000 bushels were sold. Early in the
morning oflers were made at 41 and 43
cents, but soon local buyers began .to
raise until it reached 50 cents for blue
stem. One buyer purchased 95,000
bushels of bluestem at 50 cents, while
another lot was sold for 50cent8, f. o.
b. Buyers attributed the rise to the ex
cessive demand for milling purposes on
the Pacific cotst.
Leo as Arbltrater.
Washington, Jan. 17. Cardinal Sat
olli has not tendered the services of
Pope Leo as arbitrator of the Venezuelan
controversy, nor has the cardinal re
ceived, up to now, any intimation that
he will be called upon to offer the ser
vices of the pope. This is the answer
given at the residence of the cardinal in
response to inquires as to the report of
the London Chronicle that the pope b
taken this step through the American
New Yokk, Jan. 17. A special to the
World, from Guatemala, eays :
A new municipal law is published
here, placing an exorbitant tax upon
Representatives of a Scotch syndicate
are here with the proposition to purchase
the Central railway.
The opening of the Gualan railway has
been postponed on account of serious de
fects in its construction.
Death of Isaae SI. Johns.
Walla Walla, Wash., Jan. 17. Isaac
M. Johns, an old Pacific coast pioneer,
died in this city this morning, aged 75
years. He was born in Cincinnati,
Ohio: came west and settled in Yamhill
county, Oregon, in 1847; removed to
Weston, Or., in 1872, and to Walla Walla
about eight years ago. He was a suc
cessful farmer and accumulated consid
Just received at the Wasco Warehouse
a carload of "Byera Best" Pendleton
flour. This flour has no superior on the
Pacific coast- Try it. d7-tf
A Corrupt Court.
New York, Jan. 17. A special to the
World, from Managua, says :
A committee of representative citizens
of Granada have presented to the su
preme court an accusation against the
court of appeals of Granada, charging it
with deciding casss in favor of those who
pay the highest prices, regardless of
A. E. Kil patrick, of Fillmore, Cal.,
bad the misfortune to have his leg
caught between a cart and a stone and
badly bruised. Ordinarily he would
have been laid up for two or three weeks,
but says: "After using one bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm I began to
feel better, and in three days was entire
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liniment. I take pleasure in recom
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great value for rheumatism and lamp
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from sickness or overwork, feel debiliit
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that the blood is out of order, and they
need help to throw off the miserable
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' Bibles Burned.
New Yokk, Jan, 17. A special to the
Herald, from Lima, Peru, says:
The mayor of San Miguel seized and
caused to be burned in the public eqnare
of the city all the bibles and stock of the
local agent of the American Bible So
ciety. . .
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