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AILY EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EDITION
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have to Mlli Tell your I
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 1, ...
FOR BALK IN
WALLOWA COUNTY is the
hsnnai countv in Eastern Oregon
for the stock industry; no sand nor
sage hriish hut plenty of bunch
grass ami water. We have for
sale some of the finest stock
ranches in Wallowa county. The
following are a few of our many
t i .
i : i . i i i i
No I Hi hit.' of Wallowa rlvsr liottom
lmiil. splendidly Irritated o) 'Ii'1 and
natural springs; part is alfalfa and the re
jnstndsr Is nature meadow Und. ovor dot)
Enni Imv win raised on thl place In t hp venr
. . n ....(.. m 1 mn . .. I
hay mid good home nrr on the place.
v.. 1 (Wo hi tm, earl line natural meadow
liiml . thx remainder good for Kruin and alfalfa,
n "pli-ndld I 2 arre orrhard on the plare and
jr(l outbuildings, plenty of water.
No. ;i. Till acres will illumed. Ion acies In
alfalfa, the remainder rapahle of raining alfalfa
a ureal map
No. 4 W' acres of land, .Clin alfalfa, the real
(fou.i .1 no lie. i ii ti. 1 iioo.i wiuer ngni nn.i naiur-
ai - iriiiir-.
Kor further partleiUara ooneornlnn roots
A A Ma.
jVkDaniel & McDonald,
CORSETS 65c, 75c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00,
$2.50, $4 00 and $5.00.:::::
The VKNDKTTA or 1 MPKRIAL,
double tula, tires, reversible handle
Iiuth, all warranted, Jo.lKI. Othaf
wheels 7.80 to $7r.uo.
Ha.-.' Italia, Hal.- and Sporting gotals.
(Jroqnat sets, $1.-4 to flLtio. Buys'
Hoops, Iron Wagons and Mariilua.
! .aster Wants
AT LOWKBT PRICKS. Cutholic and
Kpiscopal prayer uookn, 'Joe to SS.SS S
an immense line to select Iroin. Kgg
dye and docoruted paper for eggs, lie
package. Kaster nSSfllM MWl grade,
here for '24c. Faucv creams; fresh
goods, full weight, Raster cards 2c,
oc, tic ; up to 4kc . Opal eggs, 6c, 10c
aud 15c. Raster dishes; now goods ;
Qarden and Field Seeds
Fresh need in packages, 5c grade,
-Sjc; 10c half pint packages, 5c. Seeds
in bulk, 10c a pound and up.
New Spring Goods
ladies pompadour coinba, 10c to 49c;
aide com lie, 5c to 25c. Hair pins,
shopping bugs, ladies' belts, etc.
Wooden ware Specialties
I'-'c clothes puis 2c; towel raoks, 10c;
photo masks, oc ; box tooth picks, 5c;
curtain poles, 4c foot. Lamps, dishes,
Dusters and Brushes
Another factory shipment. Dusters
10c to $1.4U, scrub brushes 5c, 10c and
15c; hair brushes 15c to $2 45; shoe
brushes 10c to 40c, etc.
This store reflects the best styles in
Women's wearing apparel. The best
The best in quality.
Our Easter Offering
Off Ladles' Tallormade Suits and Dress Skirts
Include a beautiful collection of the very newest
Our Easter Offering
Off Petticoats. Silk Waists, Shirt Waists
Kid Gloves, R. A 0. Corsets, Sorosls Shoes
Include a style for every woman's taste , a guarante
of satisfaction for every buyer.
Our Easter Offering
For men include nobby spring styles in Suits, Head
wear, Neckwear, Underwear, Footwear, E. -V W.
Collars, Hosiery, Shirts, at prices very easy to pay.
Alexander & Hexter.
These are the very latest and most stylish
cut of the uptodate and c.elehrated Straight
Front Corsets. These will sell at $1.25,
11.75, $2.00, 12.60 $4.00 and 5.00.
Short Corsets with
Long Waists at $1.25
in pink, hlue, white and black. These have
heen and are justly favored.
Cuts have not been sent us, therefote we cannot
publish them at this time We sell tin. same quality
of corset for less money or a better one for the same
All best quality Carpets, sewed and layed
cheaper than any other house. Linoleums
in all the latest designs in fancy stamps.
See our office chairs and desks.
...Seed Sowing Time...
seed if you
expect t o
T. C. TAYLOR, the
the sewing machine
"1 hai- found tin- Ideal
bread," triumphantly exelaimed
of tut tiest DOUSSkSSpSIf in
fendleton. Mie n-tt-rred to
that haked at Kohrman's.
A hiu reduction in Chamber
Sets of 10 and 12 pieces to make
room lor our spring stock.
FOLSOM, Main Street
from selected grasses grown
in rich soil which insures a healthy
growth. Timothy, Alfalfa, Millett,
Blue Grass, Brome Grass, lied and
White Clover in any quantity. Also
have a full line of garden tools.
Provident McKinley visits
on May 22.
Sarah Bernhardt has recovered
a threatening illness.
The 1, 000,000 hotel at Richmond,
Va.. burned Saturday.
Orientals say thev must right Russia
hefore the latter will permit BSS0S.
(Jermanv continues to tM indignant at
BmpSFOf Williams pessimistic talk.
Count Tolstoi pleads to the car to
prevent religious persecutions tn
The fourth oil gusher in the BsM
in out district, Texas, was struck on
The duke ol Manchester, sued by
Portia Knight, has entered the bank
Gorsroor Odsll of New York, la
lighting Piatt, ban DSOOflM ( presiden
Lord Salisbury, premier of England,
is suffering from Hright's disease,
which is incurable.
President J, sc.hurman, of Cornell
university, and Mrs. churman have
sailed for Cuba on the Moro Castle.
Friday's storm caused losses to mer
chants and the general property in
Dallas City, Texas, and countv, est i
mated from 7.r),000 to $100,000.
President McKinley has appointed
Punston and .lacob Smith to be
brigadier-generals of regulars, and
Wheat on to be a major-general.
David L. Miort and Morris Mysri
of New York, charged with forgerv.
in connection w ith the will ol Million
aire Kice, were held in hail of if.'HKHl
The sealing schooners
KuthanseH and Kmily, with
and f!(KI seals, restiectivelv.
turned trom a seal hunt in the (iulf of
The Norwegian steamer Krim, the
scl ncr I lorence and the Hritish
bark, Severn have practically lieen
given up as lost. The crews aggregate
4 men and are believed to have I teen
Tfie Chicago K veiling Pust was sold
by II. If. Kohlsaat tn a company
bended lv J. C. SfiafTer of Kvanston,
who will be president and publisher
of the paper. Samuel T. (JloVSf for
several vears managing editor of the
paper, will 1m its editor. The publica
tion, which will be known hereafter
as the Chicago Post, appeared to
day in an entirely different form. The
pages are reduced one-half the form
er size, tint increased in number from
I to IS.
PACIFIC NUHlHWBbT NEWS.
Portland now has a cordwood trust.
I Inpgrowcr. look for high prices this
Valley fruitmen predict a good crop
this sec son.
Portland's hoard of trade will been..-
a state organization.
The Columbia Southern legal
troubles have bSSS -ettled out of coart.
Andrew Carnegie has given f lOO.itOO
for a free public library in Portland.
Chewawa Indian pupils have con
tributed t" tlie Oregon exhibit at
I'he Portland A Asiatic company haa
secured another steamer, the Knight
Oregon and Washington lumbermen
have advanced the wholesale price ol
iumlier 1 ier iooo.
The steamship Tyr loaded at Port
land for Siberia, carrving beel, leather
and misi't llaueoiis go.sis.
The Portland V. M . C. A. will
raiso $4.r,(IO0 to enlarge the building
and pay the association's debts.
Oregon's national guard will proba
bly conduct a sham catnatigu and
battle for .an imaginary defense of the
T. F. Duffy, -wugineer of the Marsh
IsM match laclorv,ha. confessed burn
iug the plant, lie gave himself Up
to the olhccrs.
San Franelseo Lootar.
an Francisco, April 1. Dan Sulli
van, deputy clerk of the warrant
office, is missing. He looted the citv
treasury of S000. forging the siguatiires
ol the police judges to authorizations
for the withdrawal M latil money, and
securing the cash.
Will "co'' until she drop.,, and Udnk
ahe's doing rather a nuc thing Very
often the ratuni sitOWf her that she wan
layiug the found, .tion for years of
ushaprintm Wlieu the back scfasSj
when then i irregularity or any other
woniaulv ill, then tbe hr.t dut a woman
owes i. hc-iatU . to hud a SMM oi her
Tie use of r. Pierce's l;avorite Pre
scription in cases of womanly distai
will injures prompt restoratK.n to sound
health. It r( MilalL-s the inrioiia. SUMM
uiilicaithy liain&, beats inllaiumation
and ulceration, aud cures female weak
ness. It makes weak women blioug,
sick womeu well.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierca, by letter, Oft of charge. All
correspondence absolutelv private uud
(( ii ii. Initial. Ill his thirty M.trn ami
over of medical practice Dr. Pierce, as
sisted l.y his staff of nearly a score of
physicians, bus treated ami cured more
than halt a nullum women. Ad-lics
Dr. K. V. Picric iiiittalo, N Y.
" 1 will druli you a few liut. (o-d.y to let you
Suow that t . . , feeling well new vviiltf Miss
A ll UK atri.hcua of Ucilrvillr Wuu.1 Co West
Va. NX feci likr a urw woman I took wycral
buttle of ' Kuvorih Freacriptiuu ' mii.1 of the
' Guide a Medical Discovery ' i aavi nu hesd
ache uuw. sud uo more paiu in my SMC no
btsrtug down uain ao tuyre I think that there
U uo utcdu-iuc tike Ut Picsot's medjriac "
Dr. Pierce's OOSXSMW Sense Me hcal
Adviser, in paper covers, is scut fret1 on
receipt of 21 one -cent stanis to pay ten-
peiiM-ol uiallnix only. Address LJi . K. V
Pierce, butlalo, N. V
A Sift Ax
IN ALL, THREE THOUSAND PBRSONS
Hits Bmo Placed In Custody Since tbe Riots
Began Wejler's Spanish Regime Prores
InetTeciual In Prerentlnft Violence by the
B Petersburg, April 1 .Seven! y-t wo
members of the revolutionary com
mittee have heen arrestiM alter a
desperate tight with tbe poltsSi Two
press,s were seized. vo far, three
thousand persons have been arrested.
-ii if the ministers are said to U
Butcher Wayler'i Policy Futlla.
Madrid, April 1. The disorder con
tinues aiming the working class. I, not
withstanding Wevler 's policy of repres
sion. Five thousand workmen rioted
today and sackisl the agricultural
club and the sugar factorv at Santa
J. P. MORGAN IN THE DEAL
Hs Wat at Washington Anent the
Washington, April I. The reason fur
J. P. Morgan's recent visit to Wash
ington has been discovered. It was to
secure an agreement with the admin
istration, whereby tbe Panama canal
may eventually become tbe I nit.il
Stales' ptOpSfty. Morgan, .lames J.
Hill and other capitalists will sail on
the yacht Wacouta soon and make a
iersonal inspection of the proierty.
Columbia has taken action favorable
to such a scheme, having tiled a
memorandum with the federal govern
ment at Washington indicating t hat it
is the plca-mro of thai country that
the I iiited Slates obtain control of tic
Panama canal property and hold a
lease and concession in perpetuity.
SIR JOHN STAINUR DEAD
Noted Knallih Composer Who Was
Proffessor of Musie at Oxford.
London, April 1. Sir John Stainer,
the noted composer of sacred music,
- .h ad He was burn in 1 h-io , on June
'. and early showed his musical
ability. In K.rS, be became organist
at St. Michael's college, and, in I MO
ot Magdalen college, Oxford. From
1H.psi to 1K72, he was organist of I'm
ersity Church, Oxford, ami from H7l!
to la of St. Paul's Cath.slral, Lon
don. II.. comisised a large numlier of
hymns ami services, was knighted in
18H8, and apsiinted profosaor of music
Among bis musical ctiiiissitious are
tin. cantatas "The Daughter of Jairus,"
published in 1H7H, ami "St. Mary
Magdelene," publishnl in IMS,.;, and
a "Dictionary of Musical Terms" and
a "Music of the Itihle," aa wall as
many bSMtlfsJ antlmuis and
aaSrtHN Ciry KLKCTIUMi.
Chieavo. St. Louis aud Cleveland Have
( im ago, April I. - Join irrow will Ih
dechied one of tlie hardest fought
mayoralty latttles Chicago has ever
known. Haiiecy and Harrison wound
up tn.- campaign Pslay. Kach is said
to be confident. Mayor Harrison's
managers claim tbe election by forty
thousand. Haiiecy esiiecta to he
elected by ten thousand Coiiservali ve
guessers predict Harrison will be
elected with from HUK) to lO.msi ma
jorily. The Isrtting is two and three
10 one on Harrison.
Toui Johnson's Fight.
Cleveland, April I. Tom I.. John
son, the .leues-rat aud single taker
and a former street ear magnate, ale
W. Akers, a republican, are battling
t'lav at the ihiIIs lor the mayoralty
The largest v.te on record In being
els Ttekei. St. Louis.
St. Louis, April I. six full tickets
for mayor are in the field for tomor
row a election, ai.. I a hitler tight Is
being made for the honor of In-iiig 81
Louis' chief executive during the
Louisiana Purchase fair. Mayor Q
W. Parker, republican Rolls Wells
democrat, and Lee Meriwether, of the
municipal ownership L-arty, are the
lea'h rs. Hryau has t Mpi a hand by
attacking Wells' done v, based on
tbe fear that there is danger of tbe
gold bug factious gaining control of
the democratic state organization.
THE BOliKS HAVE VKI .1)1
Censored tMipateb Proio Prelorla Makas
Preloria. April 1. A ISoer prisoner
taken on the iweiity-uiiitb ol March
aud brought to Stacderton, In the
southeastern part of the Transvaal,
slates that, accordiug to a dispatch
from that place, Oeueral Jouls tiotha
Las gone to V'rede to consult with Oeu
(This dispatcb, wbiclt uiust have
passed through the censor's hands, is
the first officTal aJiuiasioii by tbe Kng-
i-h Wial vreuu is in me nanus oi the
Soers SeUre Serore freneb.
ryheid, April J. General French
has advanced in an easterly direction,
the Doers retiring before him alter a
skirmish in which the British bait one
killed aud oue wounded, aud the Boers
four killed and several wouuded.
A BADlV scared sultan
Sarttiguake Sreake Up a Ceremony In
Coustautiuoule, April 1. Durmu tbe
cuieiuuoy iu the sultan's palac of liijjh
ollieials passing before the throne. I
severe earthquake shock was felt and
panic prevailed among the diplomat!
and others present. Parts of the ceil
ing fell, the band OSSSSd playing, and
the musicians fled. The diplomat
hurriedly left the building, but the
sultan remained calm, although he
POM from his throne and took a few
steps toward the door. Put he reseated
himself, and ordered the program con
tinued. THK NEW YORK MARKET
Reported by I. L. Ray I n , Pendlston.
Chicago Board of Trade and New York
Stoek Rxehanae Broken.
o York, April 1. The win it mar
ket got a severe setback today. the
closing prices being I :t-Hc under Nitnr
day. Liverpool opened 01 and elflSStl
H 5-8. New York opened lower.
HO 5-8, and, after touching ', , decl ined
to 19)4, The cause of the break SSI
on free selling when the visible Mpplj
was posted, showing an increase Ol
- I,UUU luishels w lu re a decrei
Money, 'J per cent.
0km Safurdav, II,
OpSII today. HO i-H.
Kange tislay, ,''.. to B0 ,
Clos to(lay, 7i
Mav com. 4l l-S.
Closing stocks: Mtgar, I in '.-S ; to
bacco, lL'ti :t-8; I v. s.. fftj St. Paul.
180 1-8; c. B. . iL, 174 1 v. P
Wheat in t hlcaso.
Chicago, April I. Mav wheat,
7ft 1-8 to 74 'I-8.
Wheat In San Francliro.
San Francisco, April I Mav
wheat 10J4 to KM 1-8.
American Handlcsp Shoot.
Newark, N. J., April I. The ninth
grand American handicap pigeon shoot
tug competition will commence on
Wednesday. All the cracks are here,
including Elliott, Cosby, Marshall,
lleikes and Jockey Tod KloSOi 'Ibis
morning the interstate park introdm
tory, eight birds, was shot.
Sorae More Promotions.
Washington, April I. The president
hsiay sppointsd Col Bobsff I., lltsda
'..i.e breyet-hrigadiei general of tbe
marine corps, for (list inguishiHl coimIuoI
at the battle of Tien Tsin, and Lieu.
W. C. Poaell to be brevet captain toi
the same gallant conduct.
Nationalist! Win In Havana.
Havana, April 1. A f redo ZsjfM.
leader of the nationalists was elected
mayor of Havana lodsj
THE TAXES MUST 111 PAID
COUNTY JUUUH IIAKIMAN ANP ( il M
MISSIUNKK i II I II AM ( osi si;
They Annouiica In I'o.illlva I nrins Suiua
thing of Interest to the
I a ipayert.
Countv Judge llartmanand Commi
smner 1 1 1 1 it t I are holding an ad
jiiiirned session of coiinly court i l.i,
and will continue their deliberations
for two or three rjftyi Commissioner
Walker is al his home mar llslix, mi
eroving slowly from hissermus illness,
hut IS Hot able to ba present. Tbe
principal business ol the countv court
at this lime is to ills. os and l.tl I .n
tion in regard to the colic. tn,n ol do
llliiUelit taxes and to give nolnc in
advance of what will I... (loiui fcgard
ing the collection of tales lor tins
year, lloiii the i-ounly jinlgu and nun
inissioner said that tbe tales would
Ihi colletted right Up to the handle,
und that meant thai not only would
the tales for p.ft years lie collected by
sale of pmpsriy. ,'"4' Mm
taxes aotild not be allowed to drag
along as in pre nuts years. Thev held
hack last lall III the hope that some
relief would be given at the session ol
the legislature which met in last Jan
tiary, but were disappointed I hey
were only Idumi,.- last vear when th.-v
announced that lands upon wl.n h lines
were del in. ill. i,l would lie sold. I In V
aunoiim.. the same thing now, and ill
that it i s not a bluff.
Tax sales now (hie the countv amount
to a,41)J N II, ere is outstanding 137,
870. SB as dtdiu-Ueiil lakes on land
which has hot DSSfl sold The slu r i If
will be iustrili led at this session of
the county court to levy Usm and sell
Ibis proMirly and , one up the tav
against it. 'I'he total las to Is- col
lected by Sheriff Blakley for state,
s.hooi, ciiiint) , poll, scalp bounty,
etc., for tlie year Psst amounis to
17f,M1.40. I' all these sums ooold he
ollsStSfl during the liscal year I ina i
tilla county would Is- in h.-.iiihi ;
I rn.il nl. county's share ol the state i
tax is 1 1 ,-Jl!..'S, ami BO.BSO in addi
tion as its share of the scalp hoiinly
las, Ijeillg one mill on tlie erscaod
valuation of ITnatilla county property.
There is uearlv enough money col
ImcUkI from nasi taxes now in the
bauds of Sheriff lilsklley to square
Umatilla's accoiint with the slate. All
the eight per tent warrants have heen
called and interest stopped. Out staini
ng warrants now draw only six pal
TO CURB A (ULU IN 0NB DAY.
haudlve Urouio quinine lablasa
are ina'Jo a sjiccialty ami not a side linu
Vou get the benefit by buying of
Gun and Bicycle Uepalrmi.
Corner Main and Webb SU. Fiandleton, Ore.
CHINA WILL NOT
SIGN THE TREATY
Minister Wu So Informs the
OTHER ADVICES SAY THAT RUSSIA
liiiporiuiiitif and Would Compel the Hon
itols to Kodorse tbe lanrburltn Agree
ment Washington. April I MisistSI Wu
, i IH i ang called at the sUte depart
ment today and i.f..r i Hsorstsry
Mav that he had WSllvSs information
that his government had issued in
structions to the Chinese plen i mten i
taries not to ign the Mamhuriau
agreement with Rswls.
similar advices were r y.d (.slav
hv the departnieut from -penal Cun
On the other hand, II is that learned
that Kiissia ll bvOOtniOf more insistent ,
SVSH perempton , in the ilemand that
China sign the agreement
TO RESCUE HIE BMPERON
II ii lid is. I Din mand 1 roopt tr Bs Sent
to Stimulus Provlnse.
I Ion April l.-AOIobc dispatch
from Shanghai sacs that one hundred
thousand I POO pi will le sent from
HbaStBSfl pPOT'l to --lanfii to rescue
the emperor from the bauds of re
actionaries and escort lum to I'. kin, il
the powers promise their moral sup
port. ANTI-AMKRIt AN I" A I K IIOHH.
Senator I'mrior sn l nliam Won't
thaiiss I'lalt Aitisndincnt t ondliiont.
Washington. April I. MsSStSf Pris--tor,
of Vermont, has returned from
Cuba, COB visaed that the Cuban SM
sf itilt iolull convent loll will adopt the
I'lalt amendments Is their entirety,
or make only a few slight changes
that will not materially alte.t the con
tention of Ibis goNertillient . The Ik. Iter
class, he sas, is lor peace and all
talk of an anti-American uprising is
RBSSMISB Air Huriti Vault.
Klchmond, Va., April i. Tns log
vault in the ruins of the IsflsfSM
hotel, which was burned last week,
was blown up this morning by the
expansion of air inside, due to the
1 heat. I'he damage will be heavv,
as t is estimated that over I loo i""1
i worth ol rOSSta' diamonds were in the
Ml II 1 1 H
( rated tiy LSM of rreaaurers.
s.w York, April I, Philip Wol-
I from, the artist OOW boy, SS athlete,
1 and a mislel for I'lssot and for Muu-k.e-
s psintlng ol Christ, hss gone
insane, and is BOSflSsd iu IWIIevue
'hospital. I'he studio hsmsd oil
lliiirs.lay and tin- loss ol bis treasures
; was to much for him to Is-ar.
A Ituward ol Msrll.
WashmgPiii, April I. Musician
Tltna of tns ronrtssnth inlamrv, the
first American soldier to scale the
walls ol PokiS, has been ai'polllt.sl to
! a West Point cadetship
strISs In BurTaln.
Ilutfalo, tprll I Mix hundr.sl
hamsters struck this morning for an
increase in wsg.-s ot one dollar a week,
l ive lilindpsd can ala landed at lluftalu
daily, and mngeath'O will KOS iollov.
In a SSil or Sire.
London, April I.- Fire
Stroyed the MlluilUf Works
bui Id I lis'- ai Wandsworth
parieiied, and inanv IfSSSSS
come by the fumes
1 1 in. man
were ou r-
Olaasow, April I. I'he steamer Ar
rsuure oollklad on alurday with a
I Mitch sieaniei tkS Irawler. The
I'rawler sunk and affSS people were
fOMI . sa.1 sp.lall
, .r ll.
IS r . U 1,1 b.
hunt f, swt i ti.ens. ai
I i in i at .lose, aid b. dl.. .011
fur II lall) IU raiuarkable swuUls
las out imiif) ii, proisjrtM del
II 11. 1 1, 1, 11,. steal -tin curs and
wai rant IU usaln .rear vfua. uit
f, ii,- in.) Is-siilll. Ina lliuo ,ui,l
Slid nun , aul In tin form of mo.-I,. icl mtu
IIoub f..r tilc-ialivu aeakn.-sM', ui,lua
Irrilalieas aid aeaBaae, baj Ives ur uSaeslve
pe-r.i.ii 4II111. SM Sal (nan, ansuve .urHjvs
Willi I. ruadll) muAfl'mi lliuUiMilf vs.
Iu maay ut tlie above cuadtttous, g.-nllu
eu.iitiiliiiit wiiii CimoVBA, will unwa uf
a- loul.iifus lcn. ll.
S. 1 1 i...utls. eufki
Oos. Sv. I'lot UsMl'.S '
1 nu p u.aui 11 aa.
SJti .u.. ,.u hmm.