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THE DALLES, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 29, 1896.
WORK OF INSURGENTS
Attempt to Destroy the Pal
ace at Havana.
DYNAMITE THE EXPLOSIVE USED
Great fart of the Building Was
Throirn Down Great Excite- '.
Havana, April 28 An explosion of
what is believed to be dynamite, or some
other high explosive, occurred in the
palace- of tbe governor-general at 11 :30
this morning while the correspondent of
the Associated Press was waiting in the
ante-room. There was a sharp -noise
and the sound of breaking glass and fall
ing plaster on all sides. Part of the
roof fell in. The explosion occurred in
a closet in tbe basement which was con
verted into a heap of rubbish. The
walls were torn and great stones fell. A
printer belonging to the captain-gen
eral's office was wounded. The greatest
excitement prevails. The explosion is
attributed to the insurgents. '
DIFHTHKBIA IS DOOMED.
This Fact Proved at tbe University of
Chicago, April 28. An X ray will
kill the bacteria of diphtheria. The
electrical department of the university
oi AiiB9ouri, at Columbia, announces
that, after extensive experiments, diph
theria germs had been killed by tbe
Roentgen light. ,
To Professor Harry Preston Pratt and
, Professor Hugo Wightman, of Chicago,
who were the first to give to the scientific
world the positive, assertion that disease
germs in the human body could be killed
by the use of the X ray, this confirma
tion of their own pioneer work was ex
tremely gratifying. But a week ago
they gave the result of their experi
ments, which were received .with some
doubt by Eastern scientists, and with
much skepticism in Chicago. To the
doctors and scientists who criticized the
possibility of the Chicago discovery be
ing true, the confirmatory report from
me university or Missouri will come as
Professor Roentgen himself, when told
by cable of tbe Chicago investigation and
result, replied that he had expdeted the
experiment to result as they di. The X
ray, he said, was a germicide." The, uni
versity of MIssonri joins Chicago in sus
taining this declaration. The following
gives the details of the university's
work : .
"The Roentgen ray will cure diph
theria by killing the bacillus which
causes that disease. This is the dis
covery which the electrical department
of the university of Missouri announces
today. Experiments have been carried
on for some time in the electrical labra
torv. to tent the effect of t.Vin famous rati
upon the diphtheria bacilus.' .The germs
were prepared by Professor Hickman, of
he bacteriological department, and sub
jected to the influence of the rays for
two hours.. The microscopic examina
tion showed that the diphtheria bacillus
had almost entirely disappeared.,. The
arrangement of the testing apparatus is
different from the ordinary method.
"Further experiments will be made at
once. If they continue, successful the
cure of diphtheria by the application of
the Roentgen rays to the afflicted throat
will become part of medical practice." f
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CIGARETTES OF GREEN TEA.
They Tell Us That They Are Now Smoked
' In "Society."
The green, tea. cigarette has arrivt d,
and promises to cause greater ravages
than its predecessor, the slender roll of
alleged tobacco, which now poisons the
air almost everywhere in Asia, Europe
and American. . The person who first
discovered thnt green tea would smofte
is responsible, says the New York Jour
nal, for inilions of disoidered nerves,
stomachs and heads, but is probably
too far gone in adoration of the ener
vating habit to feci any remorse. Al
ready the new fad has taken posses
sion of England; it will soon storm 1 he
walls of Paris, and before we ci'.n
fortify against it hero we shall be be
sieged. It will penetrate the boudoir
of the ladies; and even the strait-laced.
orthodox public will see 'no harm in
an innocent tea cigarette.' But none
the less n deadly peril lurks within it.
Jfew areas for the growth of tea are
constantly opened up in the east, and
the product, will be pushed with' all the
energy of merchants determined to
make fortunes. We can even foresree
the time when to every pound of tea
purchased for legitimate consumption
as a cheering and noninehriating bever
age the subtle grocer will add the
dainty package of tea cigarettes, en
veloped in paper covered with pretty
Chinese or Ceylonese designs, thus uig-
mg the entrance of the demon into the
household. There is but one compen
sating feature in the whole business;
and that is that at its worst the tea
cigarette can never furnish an ef
fluvium so stifling as that of the Amer
ican paper roll with which every office
boy deliberately exposes his lungs to
partial paralysis daily. .
AND THE TRAMP,
Gives a Vagabond Some Monev
tnd Good Advice.
An ancedote of the kaiser and the
tramp has just appeared in Berlin pa
pers, says the Pall Mall Gazette. Kaiser
William was, it seems, lately staying'
at, ine .lag-dscbloss Hubertstock, near
the Angermunde, and was one day
snooting' in that neighborhood. A
tramp descried him from afar, and, not
lcnowmg' it was the emperor, accosted
him with the usual German request for
unterstutznngr or financial propping: up,
and also wished to be directed as to the
road to Angermunde. The kaiser com
plied with, both requests, conversed
with him at leng-th as to his personal
and professional views of life, and dis
missed him with a Wish for a pleasant
ena to li is. clay's journey. The pleasant
end was in the police station, for one
of the kaiser'e servants, who seemed to
be of the Scotchman's opinion that it
was "an awfu'.like business for puir
louic tae lulk at a king1," imagined that
the emperor had been insulted and tele
graphed far and wide for the arrest of
the pilgrim, with accompaniment of
bonds, fetters, handcuffs, and so on,
The wanderer was run . to earth at An
germunde, when he learned several
things that he did not know befon
inter-alia, that , he had been speaking
with the kaiser and was gnilty of high
treason, anarchism and the like. Need
less to say, he was speedily released by
an impetuous telegTam from the em
peror, who ordered that he should be
fed, comforted and have, a free ticket to
Cuxhaven, "where he told me he wanted
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In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
VT BfiCO VOUUty.
Ralph P. Keyes, Plaintifr,
O I Taylor, Sarah K. Taylor, State of Oregon as
trustee ior tne use ot ine common school
Fund of Wasco County, Oregon, John Barger;
Joseph A. Johnston. C. W. Calherand the Col
umbia River Fruit Company, a corporation,
Defendants. . ...... . . .
To O. D. Taylor, 8arah K. 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. Gather, de-
lenaants: - - -., , -i. .
in tne name of tne state of .Oregon. Ton are
ncreDy required to apiar and answer the com
plaint filed against yon in the above entitled
suit within ten davs from the date of the service
oi tnis summons upon you. If served within this
county ; or if served 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 yon by publication, then on or
before the first day- of the next regular term of
this Court, and If you fall so to answer, for want
men oi, tne piainnn will take Judgment against
rou and apply to the Court for the relief prayed
or in his complaint.
This summons is served unon von. the said
defendent. Joseph A. Johnston, pursuant to an
order made and entered in the above entitled
court by the Judge of tbe above entitled court
on the 6th day of April, 1896.
HUNTINGTON & WILSON.
apr8-i . Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Notice of Final Settlement
4 A "
-TO i iA- nisi
Kotice is hereby given that by an order of the
County Court of the State of Oregon for Wasco
County, made and entered on the 27th dav of
March, 18-.M5, in .the raattei of the estate of Wil
liam U. McAtee, deceased, upon the filing
of the final account of tbe executor of
said estate, Monday, the 4th day of May
lS9o, at 2 o'clock p. m. was fixed as the
time, and the county court room in Dalles
City, Oregon,' as the place for tbe hearing of said
final account and objections thereto and tbe
settlement of taid estate All persons having
objections to mid final account or the settlement
of said estate, are hereby notified to present
them at said time and place.
m2S-w5t GEO. A. LIEBE, Executor.
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