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THE DALLES, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1897
THE BLAME ALL ON US
Substance of pains' Keply
to Woodford's Note. .
THE TONE OF IT VERY ENERGETIC
lnstltntlon of ..Reforms and Suppression
of Filibusters Kelled Upon
to End the War.
Madrid, Oct. 26. Spain refuses to
furnish for publication the text
of her reply to the note of the United'
Statea presented by Minister Woodford
last September on the subject of the Cu
ban insurrection. Woodfo-d admits
having received a reply, but declines to
discuss the matter beyond saying that
the reply will be transmitted to Wash
ington. From other sources it was
learned that officials of the United States
legation are engaged today in translating
Spain's answer, and it is reported the
minister will cable to Washington today
the full text.
Although Spain will not give out the
text of her reply, it is officially an
nounced the reply is on the following
It expresses regret at the fact that the
insurrection in Cuba, "receives support
from frequent filibustering expeditions"
and that otherwise the rebellion could
not possibly exist. If it hoped that by
granting autonomy to Cuba and with
drawing American support that the in
. surrection would soon be ended. It is
further officially announced that the
Spanish note is marked throughout by
an energetic tone.
It is not thought that the text of the
anwer will be published here before the
senate has had an opportunity to delib
erate upon it, therefore it is understood
it may not be published in the United
States until after the reassembling of
congress, by which time Spain -expects
more favorable conditions in Cuba.
Finally, it is announced, in official
circles, that Spain has determined to
take more concerted military action
against the Cuban insurrectionists.
A few weeks ago the editor was taken
with a very severe cold that caused him
to be in a most miserable condition. It
was undoubtedly a bad case of la grippe
and recognizing it as dangerous he took
immediate steps to bring about a speedy
cure. From the advertisement of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and the many
good recommendations included therein,
we concluded to make a first trial of the
medicine. To say that it was satisfac
tory in its results, is putting it ,very
mildly, indeed. It acted like magic and
the result was a speedy and permanent
cure. We have no hesitancy in recom
mending this excellent Cough Bemedy
to anyone afflicted with a congh or cold
in any form. The Banner of Liberty,
Libertytown, Maryland. The 25 and 50
cent sizes for sale by Blakeley & Houghton.
A Crisis Ahead In Nicaragua.
Leon, Nicaragua, Oct. 26. Several
hundred prominent citizens of the best
classes are now iu prision by order of
President Zelaya or his officers. Each
of the prisoners have been heavily fined,
or a demand has been made upon him to
pay a large loan to the government.
More than ten of these citizens are now
in the penitentiary. The charges against
them are not being in sympathy with
the Zelaya government, or having re
fused to pay or inability to pay the
amount of loans demanded.
A large percentage of the principal
stores in the country owned by the na
tive Nicaraguans have been closed by
President Zelaya's government under
various pretexts, such as inability or re-
Celebrated for its great leavening strength aud
healthfulness. Assures the food egainst alum
and ail forms of adulteration common to the
EoYii Baking Powdbe Co. Kew York.,
fusal on the part of the owners to pay
their ehare of the large sum demanded.
Foreign countries are effected by this
arbitrary action on the part of the gov
ernment, -for very large portions of the
merchandise was purchased in the Unit
ed States or in Europe on credit, and is
still unpaid for". " -
Foreigners in Nicaragua are speculat
ing as to what has become of the enor
mous sums collected as enforced loans
during the paBt three years, and they
are also making inquiries as to what has
become of the large sums collected by
the monopolies of liquor - and tobacco,
and the more than double import duties.
Enemies of the government express
the opinion that large sums of money
have been sent to Enropean banks in
order that certain officials, when the up
heval occurs, may be able, if they escape
from the country, to live in Eurojie in
For Cuts, simply apply two or three
times a day, using enough of the Salve
to cover the wound well. No injury can
come from the direct application of the
Salve to the open wound, as there is not
an ounce of poison in a thousand pounds
of Garland's Happy Thought Salve.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gener
ally needed when the languid, exhausted
feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid
and sluggish and the need of a tonic and
and alterative is felt. A prompt use of
this medicine has often averted long and
perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medi
cine will act more surely counteracting
and freeing the system from :ie malar
ial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bit
ters. 50c and $1.00 per bottle at Blake
ley & Houghton's drug store. 1
Mexican-Strikers Resist Arrest.
Yuma, Ariz., Oct. 26. A pitched bat
tle at Mammoth tank, 45 miles west of
Yuma, between Yuma county officers
and 260 Mexican railroad laborers, re
sulted in the death of five to seven Mex
icans, the wounding of several more, and
the serious wounding of Deputy Sheriff
Wilder, of Yuma.
Sheriff Greenleaf, of Yuma, was called
upon to arrest the ringleaders of a tang
of striking Mexican railroad laborers.
With hia deputies, George Wilmer and
James Joneshe advanced on the strik
ers, when the latter attacked them with
rocks and revoluers. With the first vol
ley from the Mexican's revolvers Wil
mer fell. Jones then raa for the section
foreman who had accompanied the of
ficers. ' .
Jones in the meantime bad secured a
shotgun, which be discharged at the ad
vancing strikers. Three men fell and
were picked up by their comrades, who
who continued to advance. Another
ehot brought more to the ground and a
stampede followed. I
Sheriff Greenleaf, who had in the
meantime conveyed the deputy to a
waiting train, called upon his men to
board the train, which immediately pull
ed into Ynma. A posse of 25 men is
being formed Jin Yuma and will soon
leave for the scene of the trouble. More
and sensational developementa may be
lOO Reward SIOO.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to. learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cnre is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood und mucous suriaces of
the system, thereby destroying the foun
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patient strength by building up the con
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its work. The proprietors have eo much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fa? la to cure. Send for list of
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
ttSold by Druggists, 75 cents.
No: 2-8. .
Trouble Feared at Havana.
Havana, Oct. 26. Considerable anx
iety is expressed among American resi
dents of this city as to the outcome of
the demonstration which the volunteers
are expected to make either Friday or
Saturday next on the departure of Gen
eral Weyler for Spain. In Bpite of orders
from Spain and steps taken by Spanish
officials there is still apparently a de
termination on the part of the volun
teers, who in this matter seem unwill
ing to be controlled oy their officers, to
make the general's departure an occa
sion for anti-American demonstrations.
Should this be the case, serious trouble
is feared. Many Americans in the city
have been heard to express more strong
ly the view that the United States war
ship should be present in the harbor to
protect American life and property if
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The best salve in the world for cute,
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It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or mcney refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by Blakeley and
Came to myj place last spring, a roan
pony, branded O on right hip. Owner
can have the same by paying all charges,
S. A. Kinyon.
oct20-lm Tygh Valley, Or.
A second-hand Airmoterwind mill in
good condition, with steel tower and
pomp for sale by Maier & Benton.
"I cut my hand on a piece of On. Garland's
py Thought Salve cored it up in a si ort
3. I think it is the best Salve I ever used."
F. F. SIMPSON, ML Vernon, Wash.
Can't be done!
Try to make some baking- powder yourself. Buv
the cream of tartar and soda, mix them in the right
Then imagine that you are the manufacturer, and
have to make a profitand besides, sell it to the grocer
at such a price that he can make a profit too.
Ask your grocer to sell you his best cream of tar
tar, see what it costs, and see if you can make pure
good baking powder for 25 or 30 cents a pound.
It can't be done.
Schillings Best at your grocer's is the best of
the right-price baking powders.
Is so hard on his clothes,
Said a mother of a rosy-cheeked, handsome little fellow, as
he got down on his knees. in search of a stray. marble, while
mamma bought one of our Two-Dollar-and-a-Half, All-Wool,
Double Seat and Knee CHEVIOT SUITS.
Boys will be Boys,
and while romping and jumping -don't improve their clothes,
it's good for the boy. It builds him up physically; it devel
ops his brain and makes a manly man of him; so let it go
We sell good, durable and well-made Clothes at $1.50,
$2.50 and up. . V
All-Wool Pants, double seat and knee, at 50c.
A better grade of Pants, at 75c and $1.00.
H. X2. WIEaMs&XtES CO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of the State of Ore
gon for Wasco County. . .
The Oregon Kallroad & Navigation Company, a
corporation organized under me laws 01 ine
State of Oregon, Plaintiff.
Thomas J. Bulger and Bulger, his" wife,
whose given name is unknown to puuutitl;
D. L. Cates, George Gardiner and Fannie .
To Thomas J. Bulger, Bulger, whose given
name is unnown to piainun, ueorge uarai
ner and Fannie E. Gardiner, defendants. I
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON
you and each of you are hereby required to ap- ,
pear a id answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled action on or before the
nrst day 01 tne term 01 tne amnre eutiueu court
following the expiration of the time prescribed
in the order for the tmblication of this sum
mons, to wit: on or before the 8th day of No
vember, 1SU7, tnat Deing tne nrst aay oi me next
regular term of said court, and if VOU fail to so
appear and answer the complaint of the plaln-
tiu, ior want mereoi iue planum wui niifv 10
the court for the judgment prayed for in said
complaint, towit: For the condemnation and
appropriation for a right-of-way for a railroad of
a strip of land one hundred feet wide over and
across the following described lands: Commenc
ing at a point 1190 feet north from the southeast
corner of the southwest quarter of section sis,
township two north, range eight east, in Wasco
county, Oregon, thence north 70 feet to a point;
thence north 86 degrees 34 minutes east, 280 feet
to a point in tne sortn boundary oi tne rignt-oi-way
of the Oregon Railway and Navigation Com
pany, now Oregon Railroad and Navigation
Conmanv's risrht-of-wav : thence southwesterly
along said north boundary of said right-of-way
to tne place ot Deginning, containing zz-iuu acres.
Also another tract of land si'uated in said sec
tion six, described as follows, to-wit: Com
mencing at a point in the south boundary ot tne
right-of-way of the said Oregon Railroad and
Navigation Company, which point is 1175 feet
north and 290 feet east of the southeast corner of
tbe southwest quarter of section six, township
two north, ranee eight east: thence north 86 de
grees and 34 minutes east, 815 feet to a point on
tne soutn Dounaaryoi tno saia ngni-oi-way;
thence on a curve to the left with and along the
said boundary of Baid right-of-way in a westerly
course to the place of beginning, containing
47-100 acres; said land to be used for the re-loca
tion of the railway of said plaintiff s across said
premises as provided by section 3241, Hill's An
notatea Lavs oi tne btate oi uregon. Ana plain
tiff will also take judgment for its costs and dis
bursements in this action.
ThiB Bummons is served upon the defendants
above named by publication thereof in Thi
Dalles Chronicle by order of Hon. W. I Brad,
sbaw, Judge of the Seventh Judicial District of
the State of Oregon, made at chambers in Dalles
City. Oregon, this 2oth day of September, 1897.
, W. W. COTTON,
J. M. LONG and
W. H. WILSON,
sept.5 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
FRENCH & CO.,
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