DO o n. V ' ' "TrT . TV THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 28. 1896; t NO 95. if y . ff J - v ill- i .1 - - s- -w m c; .4 w & HI f I I STARTS FOR ALASKA , Behring Sea Fleet After the Smugglers. ' THETROCHA AND CUBAN STRATEGY Gen. Mac-en Says He Will Cross It as Soon as II e But Ready to lo So. Port Townsend, April 27. The Behr ing sea fleet has been ordered to sail from this port tomorrow. The fleet, flye vessels in all, is composed of the Bear, Captain Tattle: the Corwin, Cap Koath ; the Grant, Captain Slamm ; the the Rush, Captain Roberts, and the "Wolcott, Captain Phillips, In all, the fleet carries thirty-five officers and 185 men. The Behring eea patrols proper will consist of fonr cutters aside from the Bear. The latter goes to Point Barrow, which is the most northern point of the United States' possessions, to break up the smuggling gang which has long .oper ated at that point. 'CUBAN STRATEGY. The Fart That Slaceo Is Playing in the Campaign. . New York, April 27. A World dis patch from Havana says : General Weyler'a offer to pardon all insurgent leaders who surrender with their arms in Pinar del Rio within 20 days was published in the hope of weak ening General Maceo. Bat the rebel commander knows that his brother, Jose, is on the other side of the trocha with 6000 men. He also knows that Generals Gomez and Calixto Garcia are Organizing commands in Puerto Principe to relieve him. General Maceo will never surrender. He sends word to Havana that he will cross the trocha when he is ready, and that the immense Spanish army along the barrier cannot compel him to make the assault until the right day arrives. It is said that General Maceo is deliber . atly waiting in Pinar del Rio in order to keep one-third of the whole western ex tremity of Cuba, while Gomez, Calixto, Garcia, and other commanders organize an army and thoroughly drill their com mands in the central and eastern pro vinces. Evjn now a rumor raphes here that a large town in the East has been taken, but rumors are abundant, and trust worthy facts are scarce. It is certain, however, that the power of the insur gents in the East is. increasing daily and that General Maceo'a heroic position in the western hills is part of a great strat egic campaign. General Weyler looks upon the trocha as the key to the war. He has made this belief very plain. It has been said, and it is generally believed by the Spanish leaders, that General Gomez and other com manders wonld make2 terms for peace, but for General Maceo and his fierce ' negro followers, who will consent to nothing but complete and unconditional independence. - The captain-general be lieves that if General Maceo is conquered now the war will end in a few months. CAR BEE THE HEART IN ACTION. Xlkola Tesla Makes Claim for His New Photographic Scree. New York, April 27. Nikola Tesla, the electrician and inventor, in a com munication to the Electrical Review an nounces'two interesting results he has achieved. One of these is that if a sen eitive film be placed between two plates, say of magnesium and copper, a trne Roentgen radiograph wonld be obtained after a very long exposure In the dark. Another wonderful result Tesla has ob tained is that by the nee of ' a new type of fluorescent screen, devised in his laboratory, be has been able to greatly ' increase the sharpness of the outlines in Highest of all in Leavening Power. iWiKJ )fO LA a shadow on the ecreen -and actually to see the human heart. He adds: "I have also clearly noted the outlines of the hip bones. Looking in the region of the heart, I have been able to locate it unmistakably. The ribs I conld see on a number of occasions quite distinct ly as well as the shoulder bones." - This latter discovery, he thinks, ;s capable of extensive practical applica tion. ' . TROLLEY CAR KILLS A SCORCHER Baltimore Cyclist Tries to . Beat Elec tricity ana Is Cut In Two. Baltimore, "April 27. Little B. An drew, a well-known cyclist, waB cut in two by a trolley car near Waverly this afternoon. He undertook to try a race with an electric car. , The crowd cheered him on and the bicycle and car went flying along neck and neck for several miles. Just beyond Waverly there is a steep hill, which the racers descended side by side at breakneck speed. The excitement by this time was intense and no one apprehended any serious result. Suddendly the front wheel of the bicycle struck a state in the road and the rider pitched over the handle bars directly in front of the car. The motorman made an ineffectual attempt to stop the car. The wheels passed over the bicyclist. Alnsworth In Ashes. Spokane, April 27. A -special to the Spokesman-Review from Nelson, B. C, says the town of Ains worth, on the west shore of Kootenai, is a smouldering heap of ashes and cinders today. 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Taylor, State of Ore gon as Trustee for the use of the Common School Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John Barger, Joseph A. Johnston, C. W. Cather, de fendants: In the name of the State of Oregon, You are hereby required to apiar and answer the com plaint filed against you in the above entitled suit within ten davg from the date of the service of this summons upon you, if served within this county; or if terved within any other county of this state, then within twenty days from the date of the service of this summons upon you; or if served upon you by publication, then on or before the first day of the next regular term of this Court, and if you fail so to answer, for want ther of, the plaintiff will take Judgment against you and apply to the Court for the relief prayed lor in his complaint. This summons is served upon you, the said defendent, Joseph A. 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