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APRIL 20, 1898
MORE DEFINITE NEWS.
The information contained in the
special dispatch to Tub Chronicle
today is tbc most definite of any
which has been received for several
days. The granting of passports to
Seaor Polo means that diplomatic
intercourse between the two nations
is at an end. Spain has been granted
lorry-eight hours in which to evacu
ate Cuba. There are some who still
hope that Spain will. surrender Cuba
rather than endure a war, but this is
highly improbable. Spain will fight,
and fight bitterly as long as her re
Il is not underestimating the
American army and navy to sny that
in the Spaniards they will have foe
men of first-rate metal. Tkcy are
murdcreis it istiue; but the' are
fighters also, and in this instance
will have courage born of despera
tion. The people of the United States
must not make the mistake, now. that
' they made in 18C1, when the un
derestimated the power of the
eaeroy. The great civil war was
entered into on the part of the North
"with the expectation that ninety
days would see it settled; yet it
dragged on for four weary years.
As a nation we must go to the fight
rating the enemy as a foe which can
oaly be overcome by hardest efforts.
Xet us hope and pray that the
conflict will be a short one; but let
us not be surprised if it continue
GENERAL BO WARD'S WORDS.
One of the greatest soldiers in the
civil war was General O. O. Howard.
Tor gallantry aud patriotism he was
conspicuous, and though time has
made its many changes, his patriotic
fervor is undiminished. This is
what be says regarding the impend
ing conflict with Spain.
My heart goes with a people who
against cruelty and oppression are
straggling for a free government.
The Cubans, like our fathers of '7C,
deserve independence. In a public
address more than a year ago, I ad
vocated giving them belligerent
rights, and later publicly and pri
vately have favored the recognition
of their independence.
Intervention to secure human
rights and stab'e government in
Cuba and all possible indemnity for
ine cruel Maine episode, where our
sailors wero slain without pity in
tine of peace, is the president's lead
ing. It is the president's message.
Sinking every personal wish, I will
now follow (he president; he bears
the responsibility to God and the
people, nnd will honestly discharge
"Who words come from North and
South. Whatever other troubles the
country may have, the old complaint
of sectionalism has been removed,
and this nation is bound together
wore firmly than nt any time in its
Witory. It tokes a little trouble like
that we are having with Spain to
Imag out this fact clearly.
Now that war is upon us, let it be
a akert one. If America must strike
ftl first bjow, let it be done with
acb foree that few wore will be
.Mdcd, There can he no question
wkr victory will finally rest,
.tat ,'Ummw )fc a possibility of UHtold
$tia;.$M the lots of thousands
ilJHfas if the struggle-be "wuch
jp isf ill. It is to be 'hoped that
Timi'Umi MeKlnley will give Spain
tout little tm in whleh to meat the
mmI of aongrcM. Every day
RICHARD & PRINGLE'S
IN MIGHTY UNION WITH
RUSCO & HOLLAND'S
Billy Kersands . Nejl Moore, Jr. The Great Gauze Wm. Slay
Diamond Quartette Pattie Robinson Allie Brown
Williams Bros. Geo. Titohner Jas. White
means much in the way of prepara
tion. The United States is able to
occupy Cuba immediately and pre
vent the landing of a Spanish force,
and it would be pleasant news to
read of this being done.
"While the war with Spain goes on
there will be no cessation in the grab
for offices among the fusionists of
Oregon. The only thing which will
stop that is a Republican majority on
the 6th of June. With harmonious
action such a victory is certain;
without it the fusionists may parcel
out the offices among the chosen few.
The destruction of the Maine will
be regarded as something more than
an incident when the American sai
lor fighters meet the Spanish mur
derers in the first engagement. "Re
member the Maine!" will be the
battle cry which will cheer the
Americans to victory.
The farmer, tim mechanic and the bi
cycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts
and bruises. DeWitt'a Witch Hazel
Salve is the best thing to keep on hand.
It heals quickly, and is a well known
cure for piles. Snipes-Kinersly Drug Co.
A fresh lot of cauliflower, cabbage,
sweets, oranges and lemons at Com mis
sion & Grocery Co.'s.
ONE FOR A DOSI.
Braore Pimple., Pwrrat
Bllioane. Pnrifr theBlood.
A moTement of the bowel eacdtTTnteMurT
JkI," wJ ""law mpfre,or fail box for
toa. bold tij tnszi,u. OR. B0SANK0 COVhSJu Pfc
uare Headache and lrptpui.
Dr. Shackelford has removed his office
to room 14, Vogt block, over the post-
Ue ire Doigg
We Print Anything in
the Printing Line.
Giue u$ a trial.
THE PARADE, by Two Bands, at 11:30 A. M.
At 7 :15 p. ni., in front of the
theater by onr two bands.
TICKETS, " - 73 CENTS.
Reserved eeats on sale at the Snlpee-Kinersly Drug Co
C. J. STUBMfiG-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agency for the Greatest American Liquor
Yellowstone Sour Mash Whiskey.
WHISKEY from $2.75 to G.0O per gallon. (4 to 15 veara old.)
IMP0BTED 00GNA0 from $7.00 to $12.00 per gallon. (11 to 0 years old.
0ALIP0ENIA BEANDIEB from $3.25
ONLY THE PUREST LIQUORS SOLD.
HOP GOLD BEER on draught, aud Val
Imported Ale and Porter.
JOBBERS IN IMPORTED and
I have re-opened this well-known Bakery,
and am now prepared to supply every
body with Bread, Pies and Cakes. Also
all kinds of Staple and Fancy Grocer es.
GEORGE RUCH, Pioneer Grooer
All kinds of
The Dalles, Or.
7VL Z. DONNELL
TOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY.
Opp. A. M. Williams fc Co.,
lot Opera iou$e
Orion Kiwsly, Iarg.
to $6.00 per gallon. (4 to 11 years old.)
Blatz and Hop Gold Beer in bottle.
(S Barge t
THE DALLES, OB
the best Dress Goods
has the best Shoes
everything to he found in a
flrst-olaai Dry Goods Store.
C. F. STEPHENS.
New ident in Wall Paper bore. Such
wido variety ns wo are showing nevur be
fore graced a single stuck. Real imita
tion cruton effects at ordinary prices.
GooripapurR at' nhpau paper nrices.
Elegant iImIlmih, tasteful colorings, vours
for b hiiihii price, at our hi ore on Third
street. Also n full line of house palntB.
D. W. VAUSE, Third St.
There is no need nf ppecinl remedies
for tint votiii" and heulthv person. The
spring chicken Iihh been noted for its
unwisdom. If you would have health
mid ket'p it, vou must bo wine and pru
dent. Mn you have n Hymntom. iro
niter it. Prevent ito developing. When
you are well, keep well. The only vay
yon may is by having the best drugs ut
hand at all times.
175 Second Street. THE DALLES,
TBe coiumDia PacKingCo.,
Fine Lard and Sausages.
HAMS & BACON
JKIED BEEF, ETC.
50 Years 50
Undisputed supremacy in tho World's
noreases Yield of Wool.
Enhances Value of Flook
Cheap, Safe, Handy, Clean, Wholeorae
anu uuonei s.
Recommended by Manufacturer, Scour.
cd nuu jioyers. DOIU Dy
PEASE & MAYS.
THE DALLES, OR.
C. G. Roberta, Generul Agent. 247 Aid
Streat, Portland, Oreiton.
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Low Rates to ill Eastern Cities
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CITY of topekr
Leave Portland every five days for
Ocean Htcanicn leave Portland over?
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Stcnmurs monthly from, Portland to
Yokohama and Hone Kons via North.
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with O. It. & N.
Vnr lull imrtlcilInrN Pall mi O. It. a v. iv .
agent The built, or mid rein
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