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VOL. XI . THE DALLES, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1898. NO 34 Jj
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UNCLE SAM'S PLANS
Ono Hundred Thousand Volunteers Want
ed Campaign in Cntia May Not
Open for at Least Ten Days,
HAVANA HARBOR TO BE BLOCKADED
Tim North Atlantic Nquadrnn Hall
From Key Want to ICaeoute Such
mi Order Troop Will lie Oil-
patched to Cuba.'
Wahhington, April 21. The North
Atlantic Squadron, it waa learned short
)y nftur .'J o'clock this afternoon, had
sailed for Havana from Key West. The
decision to send tlio fleet was reached at
tlie cuhinut meeting this afternoon.
Hurried orders were dispatched to the
fleet to establish a blockade at the en
trance tp Tlnvana harbor.
Later on the fleet will be supported by
troops, who will be dispatched to Cuba
as soon na in the opinion of tho president
it is possible to use them ytdvantagoualy
in the occupation of the island. Mean
while, as rapidly as troops can be rushed
to Key West aud and other points on
tliey South Atlantic and Gulf coasts,
they will be hurried forward. It is es
timated that it will take ten dayB to con
centrate hii army sufficient hi Bize with
supplies to mako the campaign.
It is the purpose to gather these troops
and make a sharp, decisive movement.
Immediately upon the passage of an
army volunteer bill by congress, the
president will call for 100,000 men. Of
this it is intended to use 80,000 men in
Cuba, in conjunction with the regular
army, now already assembled or assem
bling at points of concentration. The
remaining 20,000 men will aid the artil
lery departments in guarding the sea
coasts and in manning the heavy guns'
of the coast defense.
TEXT Oil" TUK ULTIMATUM.
A formal Demand Upon Hpnln to lie
Washington, April 21. The follow
ing Is the text of the president's ulti
matum to Spain, as given out this morn
"April 20, 1808. Woodford, minister
of the United States, Madrid.: You
have been furnished with the text of tho
joint resolution voted by the congress of
the United States on the 10th iuat., and
approved today in relation to the paci
fication of the island of Cuba. In obe
dience to that act, the president directs
you to immediately communicate to the
government of Spain said resolution
with a formal demand upon the govern
ment of Spain to at once relinquish its
authority and government in the island
of Cuba and withdraw its land and naval
forces from Cuba and Cuban waters. In
taking this step tho Unitod States here
by disclaims any disposition or inten
tion to exercise eovereiguty, jurisdiction
or control over the island, except for the
pacification thereof, and nsserjts its de
termination thut when this is accom
plished to leave the government und
control of the island to its people under
such free and independent government
as tliey mayestaolish.
"If by the hour of noon on Saturday
next, tho 23d day of April, instant, there
be not communicated to this government
by the government of Spain, full and
satisfactory response to this demand
and resolution, whereby tho ends of
peace in Cuba shall be secured, tho pres.
ident will proceed without further no
tice to use the power and authority en-
lA bushel of 'notions
doesn't weigh half as
much as one stubborn
Happy ThMfiht Silw
Is ture factor for the
car of Skin Troubles
FST Mle at MMELL'S,
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
HOVAl BtKINQ POWOtH CO., NCW YORK.
joyed and conferred npon him by said
joint resolution to eucli extent as may
be necessary to carry the eanie into ef
fect. Signed) Sherman."
AlllMY CHANT. KH ANNOUNCED.
Merrlain Temporarily Command the
Department of California.
San FnANCiBCO, April 21. Special or
ders have been issued from army head
quarters here announcing the following
General Meriam baa assumed tempo
rary commund of the department of Cal
ifornia ; Dr. Mosely, from lienicia bar
racks, during the absence of Dr. Gandv,
will be surgeon at Fort Mason ; Captain
Long will be cbief quartermaster during
the absence of Colonel Moore; Captain
Baldwin will be cbief cdmmieary during
the absence of Colonel Egan, and Ma
jor Field will be adjutant-general during
the absence of Colonel fiabcock.
Heat the Klondike
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville,Tex.,
has found a more ( valuable discovery
than has yet been made in the Klondike.
For years he Buffered untold agony from
consumption, accom pained by hemmor
rhages; and was absolutely cured bv
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. He declares
that gold is of little value in comparison
with this marvelous cure; would have it,
even if.it coat a hundred dollars a bottle.
Asthma, Dronchitis and all throat and
lung affections are positively cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. Trial bottles free at Blakeley &
Houghton's drug Btore. Regular size
CO cents and $1.00. Guaranteed to cure
or price refunded. 2
WAU AGAIN IMMINENT.
AriuleN of Coita Kloonnd Nicaragua aro
KhoIuk Each Other.
Managua, Nicaragua, April 21. The
peace negotiations between Nicaragua
aud Costa Rico have failed. War is im
minent. The two armies are facing each
other near the frontier, scarcely half a
mile apart. The Nicaragua officers and
troops, it is reported, are anxious that
President Zelaya should leave them,
Business is now almost at a complete
Seud your address to H. , E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, aud get a free sample
. I T in I- XT Til., VJI1U A
iOOX oi ur, mug a now jjhc x inc. .
trial will convince you of their merits.
These Pills are easy in action and are
particularly effective in the cure of.Con
stlpation and Sick Headache. For Ma
laria and Liver troubles they have been
proved invaluable. They are guaranteed
to be perfectly free from every doleter
ious Bubstance and to be purely vegeta
ble. They do not weaken by their
action, but by giving tone to stomach
and bowels greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Regular size 25c. per box. Sold
by Blakeley & Houghton Druggists. (2)
Ghueted Ht La Aug-ule.
Los Angkujh. April 21. When the
train bearing the United States troops
on route for Chiokamauga arrived at the
depot here, they were greeted by fully
5000 men, women and children, who
almost exhausted themselves cheering
the soldier boys.
ttucklok' Ariuua naive.
The best salve in the world for cur,
IffUtMa. sore, ulcers, salt rheum, (eei
ore, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all ikln eruptloa. and posi.
tlvalv oui hi nilei. or bo pey required
je Is gttaractwd to give perfect satisfac-
t'on, or money retvmaea. rnce so cents
per bo. For tele Dy Blakeley end
Beware of Olnntent tor Catarrh that
As mercury will surely destroy tho sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold to tbe
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tbe eystem. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be en re you get the gen
uine. It Is taken internally, and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
Testimonials free. Price 75c. per bottle.
JpaSold by Druggists. 4.
The Volunteer Army Hill.
Washington, ApriJ 21. The senate
committee on naval affairs has author
ized a favorable report on the volunteer
Sheep marking paint ; ready for use.'
Two colors, black nnd red. Why you
should use our sheep paint. First, be
cause the colors are ground thoroughly
in pure linseed oil by fine machinery ;
second, because it is made of bigh grade
color, with the proper amount of dryers
added to give it binding and lasting
qualities, which prevent it from washing
or rubbing off; third, it is much more
economical, because it is always ready
for use. We guarantee our sheep mark
ing paints to give eatiEi'action. Try it
and be convinced. Clarke & Falk,
agents, The Dalles, Or.
I was reading an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoe Remedy in the Worcester Enter
prise recently, which leads me to write
this. I can truthfully say I never used
any remedy equal to it for colic and diar
rhoea. I have never had to use more
than one or two doses to cure the worst
case with myself or children. W. A.
Stroud, Popomoke Citv, Md. For sale
by Blakeley & Houghton.
Foutz' cigars are on sale at the follow
ing places: Snipes-Kinersly, Clark &
Falk and M. Z.Donnell, druggists; Com
mission Co., Geo. Rnch, Fred Fisher
and Chas. Phillips, grocers; Colombia
Candy Factory and A. Keller, confection
ers; Chas. Frank, Ad. Keller, Dan
Baker, Aug. BuchleT, Ben Wilson and
The Midwav, saloons.
The Shakers of Mouut Lebanon, a
community of simple, hon'estj God-fearing
men and women, have prepared tbe
Shaker Digestive Cordial fur many years,
and it is always ti same, ciraple, hon
est, curative medicine that has helped
to make the Shakers the healthy, long
lived people that they are. The Shak
ers never have indigestion. This is
partly owing to their simple mode of
life, partly to the wonderful properties
of Shaker Digestive Cordial. Indiges
tion is' caused by the etomacb glands not
supplying enough digestive juice.
Shaker Digestive Cordial supplies what's
wanting. Shaker Digestive Cordial in
vigorates tbe stomach and all its glands
so that after awhile they don't need
help. Ae evidence of the honesty of
Shaker Digestive Cordial, the formula
is printed on every bottle. Sold by
druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00a bottle.
Two lots, N03. 11 and 12, iu block 14,
Gates Addition, The Dalles, Oregon.
For particulars address the undersigned.
M. E. Fuhbmarv,
10-4w Box 178, Goldendale, Wash.
My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism with great relief,
and I can recommend it as a splendid
liniment, for rheumatism aud other
household use for which we have found
it valuable. W. J. Cuyler, Red Creek,
Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer
chants ot this village aud one of the
most promlut nt men in this vicinity
W. G. Phippiu, editor Red Creek Her
ald. For sale by Blakeley & Houghton;
TYGH VALLEY ROLLING MILL.
At all times flour equal to' tbe beet for
sale at Tygh Valley Roller Mills, at
prices to suit the titles, Also mill feed.
W. M. McCouki.e, Prop.
If the United States and Spain become
involved in war, it will be impossible to
import Havana tobacco, Consequently
high grade Havana cigars will increase
in price. Lay iu e supply of Prise
Medal cigars while, the price remalui
tbe . 10-if
When should spectacles first be used,
and those In use abandoned :
First When you are obliged to move
small objeots to a considerable distance
from the eye in order to tee them dis
tinctly. Second If you find it necessary to get
more light than formerly as for in
stance, to place tbe light between the
eyes and the object.
Third If, on looking at and attentive
ly considering a near object, it becomes
confused and appears to have a kind of
mist before it.
Fourth When the letters of a book
or paper run together and appear to
have doubled or trebled.
Fifth If the eyes are fatigued by a
little exercise so that you are obliged .to
shut tbem from, time to time, or relieve
them by looking at other.objects.
Sixth If black spots or flakes appear
before the eyes or eeem floating around
Seventh If the eyes become inflamed
or heated or any other exercise.
If you observe any of the above eigna
or signals of distress, it should claim
your immediate attention. Tbe eye,
like the rest of the body, slowly but
surely reaches the acme the meridian
of its strength and perfection then
passes into a condition of weakness and
decay. When this stage arrives, we
should avail ourselves of tbe aids that
ecience aud patient research baa thrown
in our way at so small an expense.
When you find your old spectacles
should be replaced by a new pair, it is
always for a stronger pair, for our eyes
never grow younger until we reach the
stage of "second sight" in tbe somber
twilight of 'old ,age. Immediate atten
tion to the eyes when we And they need
it, means many years of Eight saved and
better vision. It is no more nor less
than a duty you owe yourself, for care
less delay results finally fn vain regrets
and useless complaints.
Daut, the optician, knows just what
you need in the line of glasses. Call on
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate,
An order having been made by the rountv
court of Wasco County, Oregon, on the 25th da)'
of March, lws, In the matter of the guardian
kliipot James A. Broun, Jr., Ethel II. Brown,
I'ii u Una A. Brown, David K. Brown, MaryS.
Brown and George U. Brown, minors, authoriz
ing aud licencing the guardian of bald minors,
James A. Brown, Br., to sell the interests of said
minors in and to the real estate berenina'fter de
scribed , und directing that tho mla thereof be
made at private sale In the manner provided for
the sale of real estate at private sale by execu
tors and administrators.
Therefore, under aud in pursuance of said or
der, I will, from and after the
2d day of Slay, 1808,
proceed to sell the undivided interests of said
minors in audio the hereinafter described real
viojierty, at private tale, for the highest and
best bid tberetor In cash. The real property
abjve referred to Is described as follows, to-wit:
Undivided Interests in aitd to a tract of laud ly
ing and situate iu Wasco County, Oregon, aud
begiiiulug uta point -'0 rods south and 30 feet
vest of what is known as the northwest corner
of tho J. U. Wilson lot, said corner, being one
hundred and eleven rods east of tbe nortnwett
comer of the John A. Blmms Donation l-aiid
Claim No. 89, In Ti 1. Notth Itunge 13 Kast W.
!,, running theuce south ten rods; tlicnct west
six rotis aud threo feet: thence north ten rods;
thence east six rods and three feet to the place
of beginning, containing one-half an acre,
Baled The DalUs, Karch 31, 1S0S.
JAS. A. BUOWN, Sr.,
Notice is hereby given that under and by vir
tue of an order ot tho county couit of the State
of Oregon for Wasco county, made on the "th
day of March. lS'Jst, the undersigned, as admin
Utrator of the estate of W. J. Melns, deceased,
will, from and after' Saturday, the 7th day of
May, 1BW, proceed to svlt the real estate -bel ug
lug to said estate aud hereinafter more pxitlcu
larly decrlbfd, at private sale. '1 lie terms of
sale will be one-thlid lu cash, one-third on the
1st day of January, 18t'J. aud oue-thiM on the 1st
day of Jnuuury, l'.HXi, with Interest at t per cent,
per annum on the deferred paymenU,sccured by
mortgage upon the premises.
The lands and premises above referred to, and
which will bo sold as aforesaid, are described as
Tbe north half of tho northwest quarter, the
southwest quarter of tbe north wet quarter, aud
the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of section 12, In township 1 south, raugd 12 east,
W, M In Wasco County, Oregon, containing
lbO acref .
The south half of the southeast quarter, and
the south half of tho south wen quarter lu mid
section, tow ushlji und range, aud containing 100
Dalles City, Oregon, Aprll, 1898.
aiiU-llwl J. o, NElNti, Administrator.
Notice is hereby given that tho undersigned
has been i "luted by the Couuty Court of the
Uutteof Oregon for Wasco County, us admini
strator of the estate of Ollva lisping, deceu-ed.
AUpersmii having claims ogalust said estate
are hereby uotilted to i reseat them to me ut my
oSUoeiu The Dulles, Oregon, properly verified
with the proper vouchers, within six months
from the nato of this notice.
Danes city, Oregon, April l, m
We have many new crea
tions of fine Juvenile styles,
some exquisitely smart little
things in Boys' and Chil
The are worthy of exam
ination and will stand com
parison in quality, style and
fl. H. WILLIAMS & CO
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