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THE DALLES. OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 19.
H)U1T.ISEEB, Volsnae XXXV
WAR IS INEVITABLE
Neither Side in a Posi
tion to Baek Down.
New York, Sept. 22 A dispatch to
the Tribune from London says: The
correspondence between Sir Alfred
Milner a'-d President Sieyn strength
ens the current belief here that to
morrow's cabinet council will decite
to send out from 10.000 to 20.000 addi
tional troops to South Africa and
leave all question? of diplomacy open
until their arrival.
Meanwhile the Orange Free State's
leaders and the Afrikanderbund will
bestir themselves to keep peace be-
tween England and the Transvaal, and
will -Jhave-.-the-best' wishes of the
- English conservatives like Sir Edward
Clarke, who are hopiog that war may
be averted. Leading financiers in the
city are convinced that war is inevi
table, since neither Presidnt Kruger
nor M. Chamberlain can retreat with
honor, and there is no other way out
of it. That this is the commonest ex
pre8sion heard in Lombard street, that
each side has gone too far to turn back
and hence there is nothing to do but
to fight it out.
- An experienced banker remarked
that the government here is waiting
In order to put all the reinforcements
ashore, and the boers are holding
back for rain which will give water
and grass on the veldt for their
cavalry, a-d that in tne course of six
weeks there will be a quick three
Mr. Chamberlain will provide a
draft of an alternative policy when
the cabinet meets, and his friends as
sert that it will turn on the pivot of j
the paramount authority of the British
government in South Africa. Rumors
that the Transvaal govern meet wili be
asked to disarm and abandon its linen
of fortifications in Pretoria and
Johannesburg, are premature, but not
unfounded Mr. Chamberlain keeps
his own counsel and shows no sign
by which the next movement' in the
game can be anticipated.
BOIWSON WILL, KECEIVK DEWEI,
rake a Back
. '. , . Seat. . ..
I ' New Yoek, Sept. 22. A dispatch to
- the Times from Washington says: A
'; dispatch received at the navy depart-
, ment from Bear-Admiral Howison is
i , worying the officials there. Admiral
r Howison, entirely unconscious of the
j consternation that his news will carry
!,. to those who have been asserting that
' ho will not get to New York until
r after the reception to Admiral Dewey,
j- announces in this message that he has
left Barbadoes on the Chicago for
'( New York.
', This is the last thing that the friends
j of Admiral Sampson wanted. Every
!. thing has been arranged to have Samp
j" son, in his capacity as the hero and
i victor of Santiago, greet his brother
f, hero of Manila. Admiral Schley will
' '. be in New York at that time, but in no
official capacity. He will be there
simply because, as an American citizen,
! he has an inalienable right to stand on
! the sidewalk and see Dewey go by.
' Nothing had occured to mar tU spect
? acle of one hero greeting another and
welcoming him home until bis disquiet
ing news was received from Howison.
j Howison is Sampson senior and if he
i gets there before the celebration he
will outrank that officer and take com
mand. The naval regulations reduire
it. Howison is simply an old friend of
Dewey and would like to be on hand
when his friend has his triumph.
The navy department officials have
painted, whenever his. danger was sng
gessed, to Howison 'a itinerary, which
calls for his arrival at New York on
October 5, and have confidently pro
claimed that he will get there before
then, ' notwithstanding the fact that
Howison has beeu ahead of his schedule
right along. They are now busy en
gaged in figuring out that he cannot
get to Tompkinsville in less than
eight days, but others think he can do
it easily in seven. "
Death of General Ulloa.
New York, Sept. 22 A dispatch
from Panama to the Herald says:
Word comes from Buenaventuro that
General Ramon . Ulloa, commander of
the Columbian gunboat B.iyaea, diecr
at that port Monday. No further de
tails have yet been received. The
news caused mucn grief here, as Gen
eral Ulloa was universally esteemed
and exceedingly popular.- He was of
ten called the "Hero of Colon, for
defeating Prestan, the leader of the
revolutionists, in 1885, when 'as a
colonel leading a detachment of the
Columbian army, be recaptured Colon
and routed the revolutionists, being
himself severely wounded in one leg.
The state department and com
mander of the American . warship in
'Colon gave General Ulloa well-merited
praise for his bravery. He was once
consul-general in San Francisco, an4
for several years served as secretary
of legation and charge d afftirs in
Rome. In his native state, Cauca, he
occupied at different times important
civil and military positions.
Only One Candidate.
San Domingo, Sept. 22. A war
ship from Porto Rico with 40 political
exiles on board arrived here today.
The return of exiles aroused much
enthusiam among the populace.
The decree of the government fixing
October 6 to October 8 for primary
elections and providing for the meet
ing of the electoral college during the
last week of October, although a
revolutionary action and against the
constitution, has been well received.
The "government's action was ratified
by a popular demonstration, ciowds
-crying "Down with the constitution."
There was apparently no opposition to
the decree. Officers will be elected
for the full term of four years.
Jimenes is the only candidate for
the presidency of the republic.
Progress of the Kevolatlon.
New York, Sept. 22. A dispatch to
i(he Herald from port of Spain,Trinidad
says': The Venezuelan government is
concentrating its eastern forces
Guy am to meet the revolutionist troops
under General Mata. A decisive en
pagement is expected to take place
very soon. It is reported that the rea'
son President Andrade returded to
Caracas was that he feared treache
on the part of the two generals who
are believed to be in sympathy with
THE TRANSVAAL PROBLEM.
There Will Be War Unless Kroger Backs
London, Sept. 24. Never at any
stage of the Transvaal crisis has peace
or war rested so entirely within the
bands of President Kruger. Tha longer
be delays precipitating a definite isue,
the better are the chances for peace.
He now knows to what extent be can
rely on sections of South Africa to up
hold him, and be realizes that the Brit
ish will, if possible, avoid a conflict
until the last transport lands her men.
and he is too wily a leader not to know
the military advantage that comes to
the aggressor. He appeals to the for
eign powers to intervene have appar
ently been hopeless, but bis efforts to
drag in the Orange Free state have
been successful, and if he honestly in
tends to defy Great Britiao he never
will have a better opportunity than at
It is such reasoning which is utter
most in the minds of the thinking
British, and which prompt them to
fear that beforn next week's cabinet
meeting the Boers will have passed
oyer Natal's Border. If they have not,
there will be much grounds for believ
ing President Kruger intend. an ulti
mate backdown, though whether be is
strong enough to carry his people, with
him in such action is opera to great
The cabinet council merely verifies J
he logical 'supposition that Great
Britian will issue no hostile ultimatum
ur, ill she is in a position to back it
1 he impression that war is inevitable,
which is now fairly general, is based
almost solely upon the belief that the
Boers will not submit, while it is impos
sible for Great Britian to recede from
the position which the secretary of
state for the colonies, Joseph Chamber
lain, brought about.
WHEELER WANTED CAVALRY
But None Was on Band to Prevent Reas
sembling of Kebels.'
New York, Sept. 24. A dispatch to
the World, from Manila, September 19,
via Hong Kong, says: General Joseph
Wheeler, after a skirmish at Para,
telegraphed to General -Otis, asking
the latter to send cavalry for the pur
pose of presenting a reassembling of
the insurgents: General Otis replied
that be . could not send the cavalry
Three attemps have been made to
assassinate Tavera: the leader of the
There is a growing feeling among
military men and the native police that
the natives judges are unreliable. An
inquiry is now proceeding.
Commercial dislocations has resulted
in Manila because the goods ordinarily
procured here are' unobtained, since
the provinces bave been disturbed.
Nowadays the goods are only obtain
able from abroad.
The Filipino newspaper, Independ
ent, says insurgents preprations are
to abandon Tarlac, if necessary.
Aguinaldo's forces, this organ says,
will be able to continue their Fabian
tactics, successfuly, exhausting the
Americans troops more easily than the
Romans wore out Hannibal.
BIG SALEM FIRE.
Mill of Salem Flonrlng Mills Company
Burned to the Ground.
SALEM, Or , Sept. 22 The Mill nod
warehouse of the Salem Flouring Mills
Company burned this morning about 4
o'clock. The fire orginated from an ex
plosion in the dust room. The ware
bouse contained about 135,000 bushel
of wheat, partly of the 1898 crop
The insurance on the mill is said to
be about $65,000. The mill was a wooden
structure, and had a capacity of 500
barrels per day. T. B. Wilcox, of
Portland; A. Bush' and Werner Brey-
man. of Salem, comprised the com.
Very little of the wheat stored in the
mill by farmers was covered by insur
ance, although the farmers had been
repeatedly advisea to protect them
selves. Bohemians in Convention. -
CHICAG&, Sept. 22 The Bohemiac
Slavonic Brotherly Union of America,
numbering 2-00 members . and 58
lodges, in 12 states, will hold its 10th
annual convention in Chicago begin
ning Sunday Among the things the
convention will strive to accomplish
will be to admit women to member
ship, remodel the insurance rates, and
amend the coustitutioo.
A protest will be read against the
assertions of a circular puDiisnea oy
the Bohemian Brotherhood of Amer
ica, which claims that one of every
400 members of the union comitts sui
Military Train Wrecked.
Halifax, N. S., -Sept. 24. A special
train on the Dominion Atlantic rail
road, carrying 500 men. of the Sixty
third regiment from Camp Aldershot
to -Halifax, left the rails and was
thrown into a ditch near Mount Uoi
acke, 30 miles from the city, today.
Several were injured, but no fatalities
are reported. A special wrecking
trin was dispatched from hereon re
ceipt of the news of the wreck.
Mole Than 6,000,000 Bushels.
COLFAX, Wash., Sept. 24 Fine har
vest weather continues. Reports from
threshing men are that with favorable
weather all the grain will be saved by
October 5. The total wheat crop of
the county, it is estimated, will exceed
Washington, Sept. 24 Surgeoa-
General Wyman today received a tele
gram from Key West stating that
there aro 40 new cases of yellow fever
and five deaths. A telegram from
New Orleans states that no new cases
appeared there, but there has been two
Portland Will Get Some
of the Business.
Washington, Sept. 24. Senator
Simon and General Beebe saw the
president and secretary of war and
other war department officials vister-
day, wit.h good results. Hereafter the
commissary at San Francisco will give
Portland men an opportunity to bid
on supplies for the army to be sent to
Manila ar.d used at San Francisco.
He wiil advertise for supplies in the
Oregonian. General Weston, chief
commissary here, said he was glad his
attention had been called to the matter,
as Oregon produced better flour, fruits
espe.-ially apples,) and canned salmon
than could be purchased elsewhere.
These supplies will stand the long voy.
age better than those procured further
Senator Simon and General Beebe
were an hour with Secretary Root.
going over the situation, and said
they were not satisfied with the min
er in which his order to have the
ships for the Thirty fifth regiment
fitted out at Portland bad been disre
garded. The explanation was that
elay would occur if the supplies ha3
been procured at Portland.
Then came up the matter of sending
ship carrying animals arid other
carrying supplies. Colonel liiru, tu
charge of transports, was called in,
nd said an animal-shin could -not be
tted out at. Portland. The secretary
was assured by the Oregon men that
such a statement was ..nonsense us a
city which built shins for the govern
ment and the Pacific trade could re
moddel aod refit a ship for' any pur
pose. The result was that Quarter
master Jacobs, at Vancouver, was in
structed to see if a ship could be pro
cured to carry grain forage and com
missary in supplies to Manila, and
also to see if the Lennox could be
chartered and fitted to carry 350 ani
mals from Portland to Manila.
Bobbed the Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia was
the subject, is narrated by him as
follows: "I was in a most dreadful
condition. My skin was almost yellow,
eyes sunken; tongue coated, pain con
tinually in back and sides, no appe
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by day. Three physicians had given
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trying Electric Bitters; and to my
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Kxcursion Train Wrecked.
Denver, Colo., Sept. 24 A special
to the News from Florence, Colorado,
One of the most appalling accidents
in the history of the Denver & Rio
Grande railroad occured at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, four and one-half
miles west of this city. Six person
were killed outright and five badly in'
jured. . The dead are:
F. Saltar, manager of the excursion.
Eva M. Walker, aged 12, of West
Eugenia B. Judkins, aged 12, Spok
Addie A. Judkins, age 10. Spokane,
George H Judkins, aged 6, Spokane.
. Willis, a boy aged 6 Los Angeles.
The train was one which had left
Boston several days ago wi',b about 50
persons going to the Pacific coast for j
pleasure and ousiness.
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Twenty Persona Injured.
Carthage, Mo., Sept. 22. An elec
tric car filled with passengers and run
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track at Prince's curve, one mile from
Carthage, turning on its top. Twenty
persons were injured.
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The Gunboat Urndaneta
Taken by the Filip
Manila. Sept. 25 It is reported
that iho lOfurgeiits bave captured the
unitej tsta'es gunboat Urdaneta, in
the Orani river, on the northwest side
of Manila bay, where she was patroll-
i mg. Uue oiheer and nine of her crew
Toe guobout Petral, seot to :nvesti
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! UVdaneta was beached opposite tne
town of Orani, on the Orani river.
She was burned and the following
guns with their .ammunitiou were
One one-pounder, one Coit automatic
gun and one Nordenfeldt, 25 millimeter
gun.. The crew of the Urdaneta are
prisoners, or have been killed. Fur
ther details are lacking.
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Will Parade With Guns.
San Francisco, Sept. 25. The
Minnesota'volunteers now at the Presi
dio have turned over their guns to
Governor Lind, of Minnesota. They
will be kept under guard and forwaided
with the troops so that they may carry
them when they parade on their ar
rival in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
The arms will then be returned to the
United States at the Rock Island ar
senal. The North Dakota and Idaho volun
teers will be mustered out today.
Lieutenant Sims, of company A,
First Idaho, has been presented with
a fine gold watch by the enlisted men
of his company.
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LuPH HAS SURRENDERED.
Laid Down His Arms With Sixty-Four
Washington, Sept. 25. Two im-
portaut dispatches from Otis at Manila
were made puclic today by the war de
partment. They are as follows:
"Manila" Sept. 25. Adjutant-General,
Washington: General Hughes at
Iio llo, reports that Lopez and 64
armed men surrendered to Byrnes, at
CasieHano Negros. An election was
held iu thai island October 2. Filip
inos sought a conference. The chief
insurgents of Pacay wished to know
what promise could be given them in
case of formal submission. They were
told that no answer was possible until
they surrendered, and the force dis
"Manila," Stpt. 25. Adjutant-Gen
eral, Washijgton: Bates returned
from Jolo on the 21st of September,
having placed garrisons at Siassi and
Bungbam in the Tawaii group: one
company at each place.
"Affairs in the archipelago are satis
factory. Bates saw Chief of Insur
gents, Zamboonaga, who is still anx
ious to receive United States garrison
on condition of withdrawal should
Aguinaldo succeed in Luzon. The
proposition was not entertained.
Zamboanaga is having trouble with
more Datos in the vicinity, who have
raised the United States flag. Dato
Cagayan, of Sulu islands, visited Jolo
and gave adhersioo, and desired to
raise the American flag instead of the
Spanish flag on the island. The
American flag will be raised there for
the purpose of giving six months'
notice in order to establish in the
archipelago customs regulations under
ttie protocol of 1885 between Spain,
Germany and Great Britain Races'
report will be sent by mail.
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Got Pine Reception.
Sax Francisco, Sept. 25. The
tansport Valencia arrived from Manila
yesterday with companies A. B, C, F,
I and J,of the first Montana volunteer:
on board. The transnnrt was docked
etrly and the soldiers dUem Vwkcd and
marched to the Presidio, w.i' r.-. f !n y
went into camp. The rat-n ivc iwd
Bine reception. The sid-w;UKs :t:yng
the lino of march were crow-sd with
cheering people, and at some points
was a difficult matter for the veterans
to make their way through thesurging
crowds. The men svere decorated with
wreaths and flowers as they left the
transoorts. and presented a picturesque
scene, t he Aionittmanj win remain
in cum ) at the Presidio for several
weeks b?fore being mus'.er;!.! oiit.
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WAS AN OKKGO.N HOY.
Cnmuiander of the Cndaneta Was Naval
(aiiet Melboru V. Wood.
Washington, D. U., Sept. 25. The
gunboat Urdaneta, which was captured
with her crew, about 25 miles from
Manila, is a little craft of only 40 tons
isolacement, not much larger tb.in a
mall tug. She was captured by the
Davy early in the war, and has been
n police duty in the bay for several
months past The records of th.' navy
apartment sho.v ihar. sh was one of
le boa's of which the Oregon' is the
areni t-hip. 1 hat i.-, .-lie wis imp
osed to dra all her .-uo'i it.- from the
jtttle ship, to be iii im t- ,1 :-sa :
Orego n ere w . a mi t nai . i.:r inslruc
ons of the OiVtr:::"t- cia :i;ander.
According to li-a rei"wii to the de-
partm-i.t. the lit' I h i t was last Ma
under eo.Timan;! uf Niv.il Ca le: Mel
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the crew is no. a mu'-'-er of ri-c r,
b'ing subj.'or. to fivqu ;ut rf.i.4-.g.
Wood was appointed to the naval
aucademy from Oregon, had passed bis
academic course, and was performing
sea service at the time of his cnoture.
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Trial of the Kearsarge.
Boston, Sept 25. The new battle
ship Kearsearge left her anchorage
about 4 miles off Boston lights today
for the trial course off Cape Ann, where
she is to have her .speed test today.
The members of the naval trial board,
representatives of the Newport News
Shipbuilding & Drydock Company,
the builders of the big vessel, and
several ,men who had been granted
permit, went on board the battle-ship
just before she weighed anchor. The
wether was excellent on the start, the
water smooth aod the wind moderate.
The speed of the vessel on its trial run
was a little over i7 knots.
THE GREAT INLAW JJ sua.
Bow Marine Animals Were Corralled
After tne Water Dried TJp
In the latter part of the Mesozoic
age there was a great inland ocean,
spreading over a large part of the
present continent. The lands then
above water were covered with a flora
peculiar to the times ,and were inhab
ited by some of the animals which
later distinguished the Cenozoic age,
says the Popular Science Monthly. In
the seas were reptiles, fishe3 and tur
tles of gigantic proportions, armed for
offense or defense. There were also
oysterlike bivalves, with enormous
shells, three or four feet in diameter,
the meat - of which would have fed
many people. In time this great ocean,
swarming with vigorous life, disap
peared. Mountain ranges and plains gradual
ly arose, casting forth the waters and
leaving the monsters' to die and bleach
in tertiary suns. As the waters re
maining divided into smaller tracts
they gradually lost their saline stabile
ity. The stronger monsters gorged
on the weaker tribes, until they, too,
stranded on rising sandbars or lost
vitality and perished as the waters
freshened. In imagination we can pic
ture the strongest, bereft of their food
supply at last and floundering in shal
low pools until all remained mired or
starved. It would be interesting to
know how much of the great cre
taceous ocean forms a part, if any, of
the vast oceans of to-day.
A Dewey Story.
Admiral Dewey was always a strict
disciplinarian, and1 occasionally in
flicts punishment in curious ways.
Once while in a foreign port he sudden
ly ordered the heaviest tackle to be
gotten out of the hold without delay.
After two hours' work his order was
carried out, and he then directed that
a large chew of tobacco which had been
thrown under one of the guns be
hoisted overboard. Never again on
that cruise was such an unpardonable
offense committed. .
It is stated that there are in the
United States over 50 distinct secret
orders, with over 70,000 lodges, and
No Flies on Tills Man.
Benjamin Berdell, a wandering clock
repairer, is death on flies. Three years
ago, when at Kahway, N. J., during a
storm he was picking cherries, when
;he tree was struck by lightning. Ber
lell received a severe shock. It trans
formed him into an electric man. Any
ne who shakes hands with him now
receives a severe shock. By pressing
the blades of a knife between his
thumb and finger during a storm, he
charges the metal so strongly that
ieavy weights can be lifted. When
flies alight upon him they drop dead.
When he is in a dark room sparks flash
from his flesh and his eyes shine like
incandescent lights. Whenever a
storm approaches Berdell becomes
highly charged with electricity, and it
is dangerous to touch him. He says
that he feels no inconvenience except
that he will not go near a moving loco
motive for fear of being drawn against
it and killed. N. Y. Press.
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Fast Salt Lake. Denver. Ft.! Fust
Mail. Worth, Omaha. K:in-l Mail
11:41' p. m. sas City, St. Louis. 2:55 p. m.
Chicago and East.
Spokane Walla Walla. Spokane, ' e
Flyer Minneapolis, St Paul, Flyer
5:S5p.m Duluth, MilWBuke, 5:00a.m.
Chicago and East.
8p.m. FROM PORTLAND p. m.
All Sa'ling Ditfs sutj-
je.:t lo change,
v'or San Fraicisco
Steamers kaye Port
land every live days.
8 p. m. t'olumbic .'tivcr 4 p. m'.
Kx. Sunday ' Steamers Kx fUEi!i,7
10 p.m. ro As.or;:t :i:.i- liVi
6s.ni. ni.i.-.-.rrt, Kii.-r 4: p.m.
iHvco ::ty. Nv.iv. r.
.-llli'.Ill Vv'u .'-uauti -
To. m, 'AiMamettc aa.i Yomhlll 3::0p. in.
Tues.Thur. Rivers. Mon..Wi-d.
Oregon City, Dayton.and
a. m. Willamette River 4 :K0 o. in.
Tues.Thur rue Thur.
and Sat' Portland to Corvallk and Sat
lv Rjparia Lv. Lew'n
daily j Kiparia to Levriston. daily
Parties desiring to go to Heppner should take
train No. 4, leaving The Dalles at 5:30 P. u. to
make direct connections, returning, making di
rect connections at Heppner Junction with No
1, arriving at The Dalles at 3:15 P. u.
No. 22. through freight, east-bound, does not
caray passengers: arrives 2:50 a. m., departs
3:50 a. m.
No. 24, local freight, carries passengers, east
bound; arrives 4 :jl p. m., departs 8:15 p. m.
No. 21, west-bound through freight, does not
carry passengers; arrives 8:15 p. m., departs
9:30 p. m.
No. 23, west-bound local freight, carries pas
sengers; arrives 515 p. m, departs 8:30 a. m.
For full particulars call on O. It. & N- Co.'s
a ent The Dalies, or address
HTJRLBURT. Gen, Pass Agent
J Ireland Agent. The Dalles
The Dalles. Portland and Astoria
Regulator s Dalles City
Daily (except Sunday) between
Cascade Locks. .
Touching: at Way Points on both
sides of the Columbia river.
B'jth of the above steamers have
been rebuilt, and are in excellent
shape for the season of 1809. The
Regulator Line will endeavor to
srive its patrons the best service pos
sible. For Comfort, Economy and
Pleasure travel by the steamers of
the Regulator Line.
The above steamers will leave The
Dalles and Portia ud at 8 a. m., and
arrive at destination in ample time for
the outgoing; trains.
Oak St. Dock,
The Dal el Jffice.
W. C. ALLA WAY,
All Competition Distances
XVCIiXXX JCbJL " a p,cTo
As regards TIME and THROUGH CAR
SER'ICE to Denver, Omaha. Kansas City
and other eastern cities.
Only 3 days with no change
to Chicago; 4 days with one
change to New York.
Boston, Philadelphia and other principal
points. Cars heated by steam and lighted by
Pintch light. Baggage checked through. Un
For Rites. Tickets. Slesning Car Bjrfis, etc
apply to JAS. frlBLAVO. ag'.-at O. R. & N
Co., The Dalles. Or., or C. E. BiOVN. Ulst
Pas. Agent, or J. H. LOT da DP, Gen. Agent
135 Third St.. Portland. Or mchl
The Wasco County Forest Re
serve Protective Association, of
Wasco County, Oregon, will pay $100.00
for the arrest and conviction of any
persons setting fires out and destroying
government timber on the Cascade
mountains in Wasco County between
the ead fork of Hood River and White
River. I. D. DRIVER,
M. J. Andkbson, Sec. Pres.
Mian him nfcn ii i t -
' t I- :'. ' S(
BOSTON and all
POINTS EAST and SOUTH.
For information. ttrneni. ravs nt-.v. cket
:all on or arm1. W.C. n t;t away . put
Or A. D. '!AUr,TO. i. . , ... ;. .., ... pa
scu i',mt. No. " Vr.- Co I
uernf flrr'SiM". Pert).". IK1. 'Vei'nrt ' !
Don't forget the baby and hieu needs
We give yoa many helpful hints fr
healtd and supply the means for cany-
'.n; them out. C hue of toilet ar
ticles, for baby and his mother, is com
plete, fastidious and of highest hygren
BLAKELEY & iiOOTLN
175 Second Street.
The direct route to
Montana, Utah, Colorado
and all Eastern Points.
Gives choice of two favorite routes, via
the Union Pacific Fast Mail Line, or
the Rio Grande Scenic Lines.
LOOK AT THE TIME....
14 Days to SALT LAKE
Ik Days to DENVER
3 Days to CHICAGO
44 Days to NEW YORK '
Free Reclining Chair Cars, Uphol
stered Tourist SleeDing Cars, and
Pullman Palace Sleepers, operated on
For turther information apply to
JAS. IRELAND. Airent O. R. & N. Co.,
The Dalles, Oreiron.
C. O. TERRY, W. E. COMAN,
Tray. Pass. Agt. Ge.i'l Agent
124 Third St. . Portland, Or
Ailments of Little People
require more careful treatment
than in the case of adults. The
juvenile system cannot stand
strong remedies 4nd is easily
effected by impure drugs. Be
sure the doctor's prescriptions
are compounded accurately
Drugs of Absolute Purity
Bring them here. The quality
of everything used is high
We carry a line of Infant's
Foods, Toilet Articles, etc.
M. Z. DONNELL
A. A. BROWN
Spsi?.! Prices to G':. Buyers
Successors to'J. H. B'.aktry
Goods Delivered to Any Part q
riW 1 1 . If jry
Farm Machinery, Etc.
M. H, JOHNSTON1
. . , 1 ' Headquarter tor .'''
nl-e IkdiiP, Vilwiiik Ckin'es; and Clnnil)ia hm and Hefee Rakes '
Kxtrn for all .machine .we handle. If you want anything in the
line of Agricultural Implements call on
W. A. Johnston,
Z. F. MOODY
CommissioD and Forwardinff Mercliaal
(Adjoining Railroad- Depot.)
Prompt attention will be oald to those who favor me with their patronage
( v'Vall Paper, Paints,
I have reopened this well known Bakery, and am
now prepared to supply eveiybody with
BREAD, PIES and CAKE
Staple and Fancy Groceries
90 Second Street, and
Tom Bourke's and
SPECIALTY IN IMPORTED FRENCH
LIQUORS AND COCNAC
Best Domestic Llpors Wines ant Cigars
The Largest and Best of August Buchler's
Home-Made Beer and Porter.
Agent for the Swiss Publishing Co., New York.
-Tbrongb .trip in 23 Hours
Leave The Dalles every morning
at 6 o'clock.
timer ! maii-JiTi-merit! Conducted on bust
rmllesto princviUe..... 10O0
Dalles to Ant.-'.f'pv 00
Frrirflit rates, to PrlnevUle 4 cents; to An
telope. 3 cnl.
C. M. CORNETT, Prop'r.
. " Omce iu. i motilla Hous .
Peters & Co, l
The Dalles, Oregon
SECOND STRE6T. "
OILS, GLASS, ETC
of Wall Paper in
Send for Samples.
Painting, Paper-Hanging and Kaltomliv
ing a Specialty.
Tkiril Street. The Dalles. Oregon
Gro Fino Saloon
door from Court Stree, . 9
Under the Direction
of the : : : : :
Sisters of the Holy Names
of Jesus and Mary.
THE DALLES, Wasco Co., Oregon
This Institution Is pleasantly situated near
the Columbia on the line of the nil I road;
thence it is easy of access for all who desire to
secure a comfortable home and a progressive
wat of learning for their dauKbters or wuids.
The location of the Academy Is one rf ths
most healthy on the Pncitlo slope, this portion
of Oregon beinuproverblal for Its pure water,
braciiiK air ami picturesque scenory. The
Academy Is Incorporated and authorized by
the Male to confer Academic honors.
Board and tuition per scholastic year, tlflo.
Studies will be resumed Tuesday, Sept. ftlh
For detailed tnformatian apply to the Sistor
Superior. Jul? l-t m
St Maif s Academy