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APRIL 22. 1898
ENGLISH HEARTS BEAT TRUE,
"We have the keen emphatic sym
pathy of England. It would be very
strange and unnatural if this were
not so. If, for example, England
had followed the bent of her inclina
tion, and had scourged the Turk for
his Armenian atrocities. American
sympathy wonld have gone out in a
tidal wave to the English nation. Or
even if England were grappled in a
war with Spain, and that war were
not pitched on the high plane of hu
man freedom, she yet would have
onr moral support and sympathy.
We need not question, says the
Spokesman Review, therefore, the
sincerity of these English expressions
j)t sympathy and friendship, because
ihey unquestionably spring from the
heart. And very pleasing they are.
-Already they have knit the bond of
Iriendship between America and
.England more closely and firmly
than at any time since the revolution.
England has given a substantial
token of support by classing coal as
contraband of war. The full weight
and importance of that step has not
"been clearly understood. It is no
exaggeration to say that it may de
ter Spain from fighting for Cuba. It
means that if war result, neither
lEngland nor her colonies will sell
coal to the warships of either warring
Apparently that might seem of
equal advantage to Spain aQd the
United States. As a matter of fact
it directs n severe blow at Spain's
hope of condncting a successful naval
campaign in American waters, De
prived of coal, the warship is a life
less, useless hulk. It can neither
light nor run away. The Spanish
warships operating in American
waters must buy coal to be effective.
They cannot get it in American nor
British ports. There is a strong
-probability that the South American
Tepu bites will follow England's lead
In that case, Spain would be placed
at a tremendous disadvantage.
This prompt and friendly act of
England'g, coupled with the pressure
which the Vatican and some of the
continental powers are still exerting
to persuade Spain to yield up Cuba
and comply with America's demands,
may yet prevent a war.
Realizing that The Dalles has long
n.nitoil tAfrtAt n m n ttitltttntl Till'
Chronicle has completed arrange'
meats whereby these bhall be oh
taiaed. On next Tuesday morning
The Chhonici.i; will appear as a
morning paper, containing a full tel
egraphic' report of all the latest news,
srTsTHiwpRie people of The
Dalles are compelled to wait till the
arrival of the Portland papers to
learn of important events which have
transpired during the preceding night
and day. This delay will hereafter
be obviated by the enterprise of The
CrutONiCLK in placing the news of
' tbe world before its readers at the
To successfully accomplish this
JMtlerUking, a great outlay of ex
"ijPMM will be required, This paper
ttm Aifays enjoyed n generous sup
;ri rf;publio patronage, and it will
:jMjy bo necessary that it should
Mrtivwry but be .iaoreased. Tbe
iqpmiiit of .telegraphic) dispatches
M ife'ltarge, while a considerable
tttiay wjil be incurred in securing
RICHARD & PRINGLE'S
IN MIGHTY UNION WITH
RTJSCO & HOLLAND'S
Billy Kersands Neil Moore, Jr. The Great
Diamond Quartette Pattie Robinson
Williams Bros. Geo. Titchner
WATCH FOR THE PARADE, by Two Bands, at 11:30 A. M.
FREE CONCERT ftZtiflSRXl? FREE CONCERT
additional help m tbe mechanical
and news departments.
The management of The Ciironi
cle hope and trust that the people of
The Dalles will appreciate the effort
it is making to provide them with
the latest dispatches and complete
local news, and will cheerfully lend
their assistance in maintaining the
high standard to which this paper
aspires. The Chronicle will do
part, and in the citizens will but do
theirs, the result will be satisfactorily
At any rate the experiment will bo
made, and then it will be seen if
The Dalles can suppott a morning
paper publishing telegraphic dis
patches as other cities of like size
No one need hesitate to purchase the
Kickapoo Indian remedies, as they are
reliable. The Kickapoo company baa
always enjoyed the very .best reputation
for reliability and square dealing. Their
remedies are Eold by all druggists, and
were bandied by the druggists in The
Dalles long before the coming of their
advertising company, now occupying
the Baldwin opera house. Aek your
druggUts for Kickapoo Indian remedies.
At the fast End Feed Yard.
Harper Bros., of the East End feed
yard have a thoroughbred Jersey bull,
which they will stand for the season at
the feed yards. For terms apply to the
above. apr!2 lm
ONE FOR A DOSE.
RrmoTe Plmplen, Prorent
Uoro llMdscbn and UriDenaii.
A movement of the hoiT put , i
lor ue.lt h. Ther neither crips nor .ioken. To con
Uc. Bow by druuiiw. 08. B0SANK0 CO. PbUa. Pfc
We fire DoirjQ
We Print Anything in
the Printing Line.
(give us a trial.
$fyroi)iglt? p.ub. $o.
Reserved seats on sale at the Snipee-Klnersly
C. J. STUfcLtlflG
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agency for the Greatest American Lkiuor
Yellowstone Soyr Mash Jfckey.
WHISKEY from $2.75 to $6.00 per gallon. (4 to 15 years old.)
IMPORTED 00QNA0 from $7.00 to $12.00 per gallon. (11 to 20 years old.!
0ALIF0ENIA BEANDIES 'from $3.25
ONLY THE PUREST LIQUORS SOLD.
HOP GOLD BEEB on draught, and Val
Imported Ale and Porter.
JOBBERS IN IMPORTED and
I have re-opened this well-known Bakery,
and am now prepared to supply every
body with Bread, Pies and Cakes. Also
jail kinds of Staple and Fancy Grocer es.
GEORGE RUCH, Pioneer Grocer
All kinds of
The Dalles, Or.
TOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMERY.
Opp. A. M. Williams & Co.,
!. J .lit
lo$t Opera J-loe
Orioi? Kily. fWg.
Gauze Wm. Slay
to $6.00 per gallon. (4 to 11 years old.)
Blatz aud Hop Gold Beer in bottled.
THE DALLES, OR
has the best Dress Goods
has the best Shoes
everything to toe found in a
flrst'Clasu Dry Goods Store.
C. F. STEPHENS.
Now ideas in Wall Papor horo. Such
wide variety us we are showing never be
fore (traced a single stock, ileal inilta
tlon creton effects at ordinary prices.
Good pnpers at cheap paper prices.
Elegant tleeitine, tasteful colorings, yours
for it sum II price, at our store on Third
street. Also a full Ijno of house paints.
D. W. VAUSE, Third St.
There is no need of special romedies
for the voting and healthy person. The
spring chicken has been noted for its
unwisdom. If you would have health
and keep it, you must ho wise and pru
dent. When you have a symptom, go
alter it. Prevent developing. When
you are well, keep well. The oniy nay
you may is by having the best drugs at
hand at all tiniee.
175 Second Street, THE DALLES,
' ilANUFACTUKKUB UK
Fine Lard and Sausages.
HAMS & BACON
)RIED BEEF, ETC.
50 Years 50
Undisputed supremacy in tho World's
Inoreases Yield of Wool.
Enhances Valuo.or Flook
Cheap, Safe, Handy, Glenn, Wholesome
. and Odorless.
Recommended hy Manufacturers, Scour
ers and Buyers. Sold by
PEASE & MAYS,
THE DALLES, OR.
O. G Roberts, Generul Agent, 2-17 Ash
Streat, Portland, Oregon,
Tho only original and lanulnn Franoiff.
himId niuut.ir, of Mine Bt. (Jermtln, firi
UnmriMised ss being mIo, i"ro, and reliable li '
every cw. Bold under Vtiltlvu "gusVn nZ for
money refunded. (Jut too Veiiuliie; Hrlco II So
iw box by nwll, Bolo M"ata for to? Un'inl
OIVKB TIIK CHOICE OK
TWO Transcontinental ROUTES
Spokane Salt Lake
Chicago Kansas City
Low Rates to all Eastern Cities
OREGON, GEO. m. ELDER
CITY OF TOPEP
Leave Portland evory live daye for
Ocean Htcnmen leave Portland every
Five lMy for
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
Stentnors monthly from Portland to
Yokohama and Kong Kong via North,
crn Pnclllc Htntnahip Co., In connection
with 0. R. & N.
For full tmrtlculnrs call on O.
It. & N. Co.'.
W. II. HUKMIN'KT,
(Icn. Van. Aut l'ortlAiiti. Or,
DODHOK, CAKI.IM.CO., (icn. Autfi.
Northern I'uclflc B(eumiilili Co.
TIME CM It I).
No. I, to Biokanc mid (lrc.it Northern nrrlvcs
at 0:2,"i p. in,, lcavo.1 nt fi:!W p. m. No -, Pendle
ton linker City ond Union i'nolllc, urrlvci 11:13
l. m.i (lqwrto UU) p, m.
No .1, from Hjiokiuie mill Great Northern, r
rives nt fl-j u. in., UuiMirU at. il:fi h. m. No. 1,
Irom linker City nmi Union Tucltlc, urrlvcstt
11 ii, m., dcimrlH ut :i:."J) n. m.
, The following frciRlit trnliiK carry tnii(cnxcrs
on tin' lint and second districts, but do notitop
at station platforms:
No. went, nnlvo nt A j. iii.,ilepnrts nt 9:1
No. 21 east, arrives nt l'J:S0 p, ni,,dcparUflt
l: l'iii, in.
W, II. IIUKIJ1UKT, Ceil. Pass. Agt
SDipes-Kinersly Mi Co
129 Second Street,
THE DALLES, OREGON
J. S. UCIIRHK.
II, M. UKA..,
First national Bank.
THE DALLES - - . - O"
A ueneral iianking iJUBineaii irum
Deposit! received, subject to bigot
OolleotloiJB made end proceede promptly
remitted on dav of collection.
Bight and Telegraphic Exchange eold oa
New York, San Francisco and vort-
D. P. Thompsok. Jno. B. Honw
En, M. Wiuuamb, Gko. A. L
FRENCH & CO.,
Letters of Credit Issued available in tbe
' Kutarn States.
Bight Exchange nd Telearspbie
TranVeri sold on New
8t. Jyoulf, San Francisco, 1""
gonVSeaHle Wash., and various polow
in Oreaon and Washington.
Collcctioni male at all poluts on W"