The Dalles daily chronicle. (The Dalles, Or.) 1890-1948, March 15, 1899, Image 1

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The President
the. Official
Showing in His Request to Withdraw
His Name From the List of Re
wards for Gallantry.
Washington, March 13. By direction
of the president the order haB been is
sued mustering out a large number of
staff officers of the volunteer army. The
officers named will relieve their aides
and order them to join their regiments.
Brigadier General McKibben will pro
ceed to Columbus barracks, Ohio, and
assume command of that post. Other
officers, exclusively of the volunteer
army, will proceed to their homes, while
those of the permanent establishment
will join their regiments.
It should be explained that the re
duction ia the list of general officers
made by today's order is not sufficient
in itself to meet the demands of the
existing law. There must be a further
cut, in fact, the list of major generals
and brigadier generals remaining must
be reduced by ten altogether, in order
to bring the list down to nineteen, per
mitted by the strength of the regular
army. Ia effecting this reduction it is
the intention to reduce some of the
major generals to the rank of brigadier
generals instead of mustering them out
of the service. Also in the case of some
of the brigadier generals yet to be drop
ped, it will doubtless be found that, in
stead of being mustered out of the
United states service entirely, some of
the officers, who hold lower positions in
the regular army, will return to their
former regimental and staff places.
The major generals who retain their
volunteer commissions at "present are
Wade, Shatter, Otis, Wilson, Fitzbugh
Lee, Wheeler, Batte, ' Young, Law ton,
Chaffee, Anderson, Macarthur, and Lud
low. The brigadier generals remaining
are Frank, Williston, Carpenter (L. H-.)
Davis, Kchwan, Hall, Hashrouch, San
ger, Kline, Gilmore, Ernest, Wheaton,
King, Grant, H. G. Otis, Andrews,
Hughes, Colby, Wood, .Ewers, Over
ehine, Beeves and Combs.
it is not contemplated to make any
more changes in the volunteer army
generals and staff officers at present
Under the law the officers mustered ont
today must be retined until the procla
mation of peace is issued, so most of the
discharges take the date of May 12
if the plans of a committee of prominent
citizens here do not fail. An imposing
delegation will wait upon the secretary
of the navy and ask him to authorize the
admiral to accept an. invitation form the J
City of Washington during the festival
to be held here during the latter part of
Secretary Long will refer the request to
the president at Thomasville, and if he
gives it bis approval, Admiral Dewey
will no doubt accept and be here in time.
Do Not Be Alarmed,; But Look For the
Sampson is Unselfish." .,
Washington. March 13. Secretary
Long has received a letter, from Rear
Admiral Sampson, in which the admir
al, after referring to the allegations that
the list of officers, recommended for pro
motion lor gallantry off Santiago, had
failed of confirmation because it in
cluded his name, asked the secretary to
immediately re-appoint these officers
omitting his own name.
Secretary Long will not accept the
suggestion made by Bear Admiral Samp-
eon in nis letter, ana make recess ap
pointments of officers who had failed of
conformation at the last session of con
grese. lhe matter will be allowed to
remain just as it stands until the next
congress meets, and then aTl of the
nominations will be sent in precisely as
they stood at the end of the last session
Dewey May Come Soon.
Washington, March 14. Admiral
Dewey will be in Washington on May 20,
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
His Column Reaches Lapna is Bay,
Hafin Swept ErerytMij Before It
Visit oiir
Rebel Avenue of Communication North
and South Is Now Closed by a
Cordon of American Troops.
Heart troubles, at least among the
Americans, are certainly increasing, and
while this may be largely due to the ex
citement and worry of. American busi
ness life, it is more often . the result . of
weak stomachs,. of poor digestion.
Beal organic disease is incurable; but
not one case in a hundred of heart
trouble is organic.
The close relation between heart
trouble and poor digestion is because
both organs are controlled by the same
great nerves, the Sympathetic and Pneu-
mogastric. "
In another way, also the heart is ef
fected by the form of poor digestion,
which causes gas fermentation from
half digested food. There is a feeling of
oppression and heaviness in the chest
caused by pressure of the distended
stomach on the heart and lunge, inter
erjng with their action ; hence arises j
palpitation and short breath.
Poor digestion also poisons the blood,
making it thin and watery, which irri
tates and weakens the heart.
The most sensible treatment for heart
trouble is to improve the digestion and
to insure the proiipt assimilation of food.
This can be done by the regular use
after meals of some safe, pleasant and
effective digestive preparation, like
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which may
be found at most drug stores, and which
contain valuable, harmless digestive
elements ir a pleasant, convenient form.
It is safe to say that the regular per
sistent use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
at meal time will cure any form of
stomach trouble except cancer of the
Full sized package of these tablets
sold by droegists at 50 cents. Little
book on stomach troubles mailed free,
Address F. A. Stuart, Co.,' Marshall,
Mich. . V
The Population Growing.
Hood Kivhb, Or., March 13. Work
on Davidson's sawmill ' continues.
Nineteen men have arrived from La
Crosse, and twenty more will come this
week. Their families will follow, as soon
as houseB can be secured to accommodate
La Orlppe Successfully Treated.
I have just recovered from the sec
ona attack 01 LA Lrrippe tuis year, says
Mr. Jaa. A. Jones, publisher of the
Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the latter
case I used Chamberlain's Cough Bern
edy, and I think with considerable suc
cess, only being in bed a little over two
days against ten days for the former at
tack. The second attack am satisfied
would have been equally as bad as the
first but for the use of this emedy as 1
had to go to bed in about six hours after
being 'struck' with it, while in the first
case I was able to attend to business
about two days before getting 'down.' "
For sale by Btekeley & Houghton.
. For Five Dollars you can buy a Camera
hat will take larger pictures than any
other Camera on the market. For sale
by Clarke & Falk. tf
Manila, March 14. 6:30 p. m.
Brigadier-General Wheaton's column
advanced today beyond Pasig to the
shore of Laguna de Bay, sweeping every
thing before it. "The enemy made a
running fight and suffered severe loss.
The rebels' avenue of communication
north and south is now closed, the Amer
ican cordon stretching over a mile from
the river to the lake. The rebels are in
force at Pateros and Taguig.
Two of yesterday's wounded, Private
Stewart, of the Twentieth infantry, and
Private Munson, of Twenty-second
infantry, are dead.
Otis Reports the Results.
Washington, March 14. The follow
ing cablegram from Otis was received at
the war department today : , "
. Manila, March 14. Until yesterday
the field operations here since the cap
ture of Calocan had been of a minor
nature, consisting of driving back small
bands of insurgents with a considerable
Iobb to the latter. x . .
Yesterday General Wheaton, with tbe
Twentieth and Twenty-second infantry,
Oregon and Washington troops, a section
of the Sixth artillery and a squadron of
the Fourth cavalry, attacked a large force
of the enemy, drove them back and took
tbe line of the Paeig river, which he now
holds. - ' r
Two improvised gunboats in the lake
have captured considerable property.
Tbe insurgent loss was heavy. Our own
killed and wounded aggregates thirty
five, mostly slightly wounded. . The in
surgents made no determined stand.. -
' Otis.
Our Shoe
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Not expected that you should buy. Like to have people
come even if its just to look around, and there are lots
of pretty things to see. Spring Aveather is almost due
and suitable wearables are coming in daily shipments.
Last week brought us another invoice of Children's Nov
elty Suits, by far the prettiest we have ever shown, and
which you must make it a point to see while the line is
complete. You will be delighted if art in clothes-mak-
.ing has any attraction for you. Those who saw them last week all admired and
a goodly number purchased. Prices to $7.50 a suit.
The same good feeling prevails throughout the store.
Our sales-people will most willingly show you any
thing you wish to see, and newness and prettiness
are plentiful in all departments. Our shoe sales
men are highly elated over their spring goods, de
claring that such shoe style and beautify has never
before graced -their counter, and that is a pleasure to
handle and sell such mer
chandise. You will agree
with them when you see our
line of boys' and little gents'
fine shoes for spring and sum
mer, and also will pardon
their enthusiasm. Lookers .
' become buyers willingly.
Tfie Columbia pacKlng Co.,
Fine Lard, and Sausages
Curers of BRAND .
' - j)R1ED BEEF. ETC.
J. 8. 8CHBNK,
President. .
fl. M. BeiL ,
First national Bank.
- - .- OREGON
A General Banking Business transacted
Deposits received, subject to Sight
Draft or Check.
Collections made and proceeds promptly
remitted on dav of collection.
Bo to Pmeot FltnmoDli.
You are perhaps aware that pneu-
mnniA til vnvfi risn 1 1 a f rnm n. onlH nr frnm
an - attack of La Grippe. During the 8i&ht "d Telegraphic Excban sold on
when so many cases resulted in pneu
monia, It was observed that the attack
was never followed by that disease when
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used.
It counteracts any-tendency of a cold or
La Grip pa to result in that dangerous
disease. : It is the best remedv in tbe
world for bad colds and La Grippe.
Every bottle warranted. For eale by
Blakeiey & Houghton, druggists. -
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" Ratification of the Peace Treatj.
; Madrid, March 14.Correspondencia
says the cabinet has advised the queen
regent to ratify the treaty of peace with
the United States 'immediately without
awaiting tbe reassembling of the cortes
-ijive me a uvtr regulator ana 1 can
regulate tbe world,' aid a genius. The
druggist handed him a bottle f DeWitt's
Little - Early Risers, the famous little
pills. Snipes-Kinersly.Drug Co. ',
D. P. Thompson. Jko. S. Schxnck,
Ed. M. Williams, Geo. A. Likbb.
H M Bkali..
Bouiling Alley
' Next to Columbia Hotel.
Opeh Day and flight.
Coufteous treatment
to all Botulefs...
Special AttPaetions
Tot Bowling Parties. Patronage of
- the public respectfully nolicxied.
Harry Esping, Pfoppietop.
Regulator Line
Tie Dalles. Portland anl Astoria
Navigation Co.'
Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and
wasting diseases, all effects of 6elf-
abuse, or excess and indis
cretion. Anerve tonic and
blood builder. Brings the
pink glow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth
By mail SOc per box; boxes
lor $2.50; with a Tritten guaran
tee to cure or refund the money.
Clinton Sl Jackson Sts CHICACO, IU
Freas Saunders has purchased tbe
wood business of J. T. Reynolds ja this
city. Those desiring good wood will find
him by ringing up 'phone number 12.
Day U(?eK or .
Qor. 4tr; arjd dr;ion.
Letters of Credit issued available in the
Eastern States.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic
Transfers .sold on New York, Chicago,
St.' Louis, San Francisco, Portland Ore
gon, Seattle Wash,, and various points
in Oregon and Washington.
Collections made at ail points on fav
orable terms.
strs. Regulator Dalles City
Daily (except Sunday) between
The Dalles,
Hood River,
. Cascade liocks,
and Portland.
Touching at way points on both sides of the
Columbia river.
Both ol the above steamers have been rebuilt,
and are in excellent shape for the season of 18).
The Regulator Lid. will endeavor to give its
patrons the best service possible.
For Comfort, Economy and Pleasure,
travel by the steamers of 'The Regulator
Tbe above steamers leave Portland and Dalles
at 7 a. m., and arrive at destination in ample
time for outgoing trains.
Portland Office. , The Daftes Office.
Oak St. Dock.. Court btreet.
W. C. Alia way, .
- " General Agent.
Administrator's Notice.
Notice is hereby siven that the undersigned
has been regularlv appointed by the county
court of the State of Oregon for Wasco county .as
administrator of the estate of John Brookhoose,
deceased. Aii persons having claims againBt
said estate are hereby notified to present them,
with the proper vouchers, to me at tbe ofhco
of Sianott & Sinnott, in Dalles City, Oregon,
within six months from the date of this notice.
Dalles City. Oregon, January A, 1899.
R.J. GORMAN, Administrator.