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THE DALLES, OREGON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, -.1898."
GIVES ONE MORE
The MiBBinos are Given a Roagh In
itiation Into the School of Re
spect for Americans.
HAUL DOWN FLAG
A Refusal to Do So Precipitated a Bat
tle Between the Warships -There
Were Losses on Both Sides The
Americans Capture the Rebel
London. Oct. 20, The Madrid corre
eponJent of the Times eays :
Capt. Audoii, the minister of marine,
has received a dispatch from Monila an
nouncing a naval engagement between
the Americana and rebels in consequence
of Admiral Deweys forbidding the latter
- to fly the rebel flag from their ships in
The dispatch states that there were
losses on both sides, but the Americans
captured the rebel ships.
The seece of the engagement is not
stated, but ie eupposed to have been Ma
Spain Advises Her Commissioners.
Madrid, Oct. 20. The cabinet has de
cided to forward to the Spanish peace
commissioners-at Paris an official dis
patch received yesterday from Ma
nila, reporting an engagement between
the American and insurgent warships,
growing out of a refusal of Admiral
Dewey to allow the insurgents to fly
their flag from their ships. The dis
patch says, that Admiral Dewey, having
forbidden the Taglos to hoist the Phil
ippine flag upon their vessels, a series of
fights occurred, resulting in losses on
Not Reported in Washington.
Washington, Oct. 19. As far as conld
be ascertained, no information concern
ing the reported naval engagement has
been received at the navy department,
nor has Gen. Otis, commanding the
United States troops in Manila, made
any mention of it in any commnnication
which be may have sent to the war de
partment. The dispatch created considerable in
terest here. Recently the newspapers
contained a statement that Admiral
Dewey had dispatched one or two of his
ships to another portion of the Philip
pine group on a mission of some import
ance, and the suggestion is made unoffi
cially that it may have been these ves
sels which have been engaged in combat
with the insurgents.
Get Strength, Vigor, Clear Complex
ion and Good Digestion, Not by Pat
ent Medicine, But in Nature's Own
Any honest physician will tell yon
that there is but one way to get increas
ed flesh; all the patent medicines and
cod liver oils to the contrary notwith
Nature has but one way to increase
flesh, etiength and vigor, mind and body,
and that is through the stomach by
wholesome fond, well digested. There
is no reason or common sense in other
People are thin, run down, nervons,
pale, and shaky in their nerves simply
because their.stomachs are weak.
They may not think they have dys
pepsia, but the fact remains that they
do not eat enough food, or what they eat
ia not quickly and properly digested, as
it Bhould be.
Dr. Harlandson says tbe reason is be
cause the stomach lacks certain digestive
acids and peptones, and deficient secre
tion of gastric juice.
Nature's remedy in such cases is to
supply what the weak stomach lacks.
There are several good preparations
which will do this, but none so really as
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which are
designed especially for all stomach
troubles, and which cure all digestive
weakness on the common sense plan of
furnishing the digestive principles
which the stomach lacks.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabletd give per
fect digestion. First effect is to increase
the appetite, and increased vigor, added
flesh, pure blood and strength of nerve
and muscle is the perfectly natural re
sult. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the safest
tonio known and will cure any form of
stomach trouble except cancer of the
stomach. May be found at druggists at
50 cents for full sized package or direct
by mail from Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich.
Several Boiler Tubes Blown Out Near
Skamokawa and Six or Eight
Members of the Crew Were Badl?
Pobtland, Oct.20. The following dis
patch reached this city today from As
The torpedoboat Davis at Skamokawa,
Wash., has been disabled by the burst
ing of some boiler tubes. Six or eight
of the crew were badly ecalded. She
will return to Portland. Doctors have
left on a special boat from here.
Mr. Zimmerman, oi the firm of Wolfe
& Zwicker, received a dispatch of tbe
same import from the other members of
his firm about the same time. They
wired from Clifton announcing the ac
cident and the scalding of eight men,
but gave no particulars.
With the party that went down on the
Davis about 5 o'clock last evening were
F. Wolff, L. E. Wolff and A. Zwicker,
of the firm that built the torpedo-boat.
Dr. E. H. Thornton was also a member
of the party, and it is reported that Gov
ernor Lord and Adjutant-General Tnttle
were also on board.
There were about thirty-eight men
all told on board the boat, the crew con
sisting of twenty-five men.
WAS SHOT, ,
BUT BY WHOM?
A Marion County Man Refuses to Name
His Assassin He Was Wound
ed After a Struggle.
Gsbvais, Or., Oct. 19. Freeman J.
Eldridge, who lives with his brother, H.
G Eldridge, a few miles west of here,
was found yesterday afternoon lying
woanded near his home, having beenj
shot by some one whose name he.refuses
to divnlge, claiming the shooting was a
personal affair, and he will disclose his
identity at the proper time. Tbe trouble
commenced in the house, where evi
dences of a fierce struggle were found.
Eldridge claims that be tried to avoid
the trouble. He ran out of the house
and was climbing the fence surrounding
it when his assailant fired the contents
of a' double-barreled shotgun at him,
knocking him off the fence, thirty feet
from the house. The tine ehot with
which the gnn was loaded took effect in
his head, face and limbs. His wounds
are not considered dangerous. Eldridge
recently returned here from the mines
at Anadim, Linn county.
Wood for Bale.
Oak and pine, leave orders at Richard
sons blacksmith shop on Third street.
9-17 3mo H. H. Flemuino.
OF MANILA IS
ApinaMs Men Have Agreed to Vacate
Promptly the Last Snbnrb
Held ay Them.
Rest of the Island of Luzon Remains
Under Control of the Insurgents
Aguinaldo's Power Has Declined
to Such an Eitent that no More
Serious Trouble is Anticipated
from That Quarter.
New Yoek, Oct. 20. A dispatch from
Manila to the Herald says :
The ineurgent general, Pio Pilar has
agreed to evacuate Paco Paco, the last
suburb of Manila held by the Filippinos
on October 25th. This completes the
American conquest of the city. The last
rebeljhas left Cavite. The Americans
now hold Cavive and Manila, the rest of
the island of Luzon being in the hands
the insurgent faction.
How little power. Aguinaldo possesses
is shown by his refusal to grant passes
to visit the interior, on the ground that
the northern provinces are held by Gen.
Makabouloa, who is in revolt against
the Malo Los government.
Aguinaldo has ordered the release of
the Spanish civilian prisoners taken at
Steamers nnder the American flag are
forbidden to load by the native authori
ties unless they pay a tax of five per
cent ad valorem on the coast and twenty
per cent on their freight to. the local
Aguinaldo is preparing for a possible
return of the islands to Spanish rule and
will entertain no proposal from Spain.
Every native is sworn to join bis ranks
in such an event. Out of the southern
inlands Mandano would not combine
There are two cases of smallpox this
week, although the health of tbe troops
shows a slight improvement, there being
few cases of typhoid fever and dysen
tery. There is still need for more
women nurses. Bed Cross workers,
after some slight hitches, are starting an
ably managed auxiliary hospital for
serious cases, likewise a hospital for tbe
California troops. They intend opening
still another home for tbe convalescen t
Old fashions in dress may be revived,
but no old-fashioned medicine can re
place Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For eale by Blake
ley & Houghton.
At my farm on 5-Mile, Tuesday, Oct.
25th, iarm implements, wagons, harness,
etc. 10-11 d w td Wm. Floyd.
Cam in Y our checks.
All countv warrants registered prior
to Dec. 1, 1894, will be paid at my
office. Interest ceases after September 8
1898. C. L. Phillips,
ONE FOR A DOSE.
HeraoTe Pimples, Prevent
r; i L.-jj laeoiooa.
tec bold b, drasguu. or. S0SANK0 COYPhila! pZ
Bob Moore, of LaFayette, Ind., ears
that for constipation he has found De
Witt's Little Early Risers to be perfect.
They never gripe. Try them for stomach
and liver troublee. Snipes-Kinersly
Royal makes tbe food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYAL BAKING POWOEft CO., NEW YORK.
RAGING IN JAPAN
Hundreds of Villages Swept Away and
Vancouveb, Oct. 20. Disastrous ty
phoons, sandstorms snl floods have
caused fearful loss of life and "property in
the Orient. In the district watered by
the river Feng, in Japan, hundreds of
villiages have been swept away and
2000 people drowned. Another report
says 250 towns are under water. Thous
ands of refugees are flocking to the
cities. The Ishkarie river also over
flowed, drowning over a thousand peo
ple. In a terrible typhoon off Formosa
hundreds of lives were lost.
Among tbe ships lost was the Ameri
can bark. Comet. The crew was saved.
Homeward-bound passengers say they
passed numerous abandoned vessels.
The loss of life must have been enor
mous. BUSINESS LOCALS.
Use Clarke & Falks Rosofocm for the
Sauer kraut and bnlk pickles at Maier
Fresh Shoalwater Bay Oysters at An
Six spring calves for sale at M. H.
Miller's on Five-mile 10-15-18
Use Clarke & Falk'a Floral Lotine for
sunburn and wind chafing. tf
Use Clarke & Falk'e Quinine Hair
Tonic for dandruff and falling hair. tf
Ask your grocer for Clarke & Falk'a
pure concentrated flavoring extracts, tf
The Vive Camera is the best in use.
For sale by the Postoffice Pharmacy, tf
A nicely furnished room for rent. For
particulars apply at this office. 10-3 lw
You need have no boils if you will
take Clarke & Falk'a sure cure for boils.
Fresh burned lime can be had at tbe
Hugh Glenn warehouse for $1.30 a barrel.
Have your bicycle repairing done by
Chas. Burchtorf, corner of Third and
Federal. Phone 49.
Ladies earn $8.00 per week working at
home, no canvassing, enclose self ad
dressed 8 tamped envelope. Standard
Novelty Co., 101 Beekman St., New York
Thousands of persons have been cured
of piles by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. It heals promptly and cures
eczema and all skin diseases. - It gives
immediate relief. Snipes-Kinersly Drug
Backieu'i Armea n.l.f).
The best salve in the world for cutp,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cui ea piles, or no pay required
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 conts
per box. For sale by Blakeley and
Honzhton. drueeistn. '
E. C. Blanke, of Lewisville, Texas,
writes that one box of DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve was worth $50.00 to him.
It cured his piles of ten years Stan Jing.
He advises others to try it. It aleo
cures eczema, skin diseases and obsti
nate sores. Snipes-Sinerely Drug Co.
Situation wanted as cook, by middle
aged woman, country preferred. Apply
at this office. 10-8 dlw
FSI5 WEEK JTTf CHOI
The bargain exhibits in the respective departments through
out our-store this week, will merit the attention of every con
servative buyer. A few hints here :
Seal Plush Capes, neatly braided,
collar trimmed in Angora Fur ?3.50.
Needless to dwell in detail on our stock
in this department. We show leading
styles in Ladies', Misses' and Childrens'
Garments. The variety of our etylt-s
and prices is such as to'make choosing
easy and a pleasure.
Dress Goods Dep't.
50c Materials at
Ladies wishing a material for a neat
and Btylish street enit for immediate or
later wear, will find our special offering
Novelties in Braid Trimming? jnat
opened. Complete stock of linings, etc.
PTfmnWrS See our latest arrivals in
UiUA&UllIO Astrakhans. Boucles and
J0"" B' Stetson Co "
While) our $ioo
f Counter is offering
lncf I Popular styles in men's
Ado l. I Hats worth up to $2.00
Go where the crowds go.
A. M. WILLIAMS & GO.
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Cloady Weathep Preferred foir Sittings.
Our special attrac
tion in Men's Suits
this week is a special
couuter of Men's
On this counter we
offer suits worth" regu
larly 16.00, 7.50, J9.00
and $10.00, in sizes
from 85 to 42, in square
cut, round cut and
Another attraction. -Others
profit by it.
why not yon?
We have placed a lot
of Boys' Two-piece and
Three-piece Suits; in
sizes from 4 to 19 years,
on a couuter by them
selves and have marked
Every suit very desir
able and worth every
cent of first price. Val
ues ranging from 75o to
Do yon want a suit
$5 for $2.50.
(j.if'iiixnw The choicest are going;
Styles worth uo to 85, cents.'
We have assorted these into
15c and 25c.
Go where the crowds go.
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