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Professor Tiltla's Tlitrite Heels Willi
May Prove the Material Army Has Been
Seeking Thorite Is Now Being
Tested at Sandy Hook and Reports
Show That It Is Believed to Be
New York, Jane 29. A dispatch to
the Herald from Washington says : Im
portant teeta with thorite, a sew ex
plosive, are being conducted' by the
board of ordinance and fortifications at
the Sandy Hook proving grounds. Little
is known at the war department of the
characteristics of the new explosive.
It ia the invention of Professor Tattle,
of Oregon, who asserts it is perfectly safe,
and was willing some weeks ago to put a
red-hot poker in a charge of thorite, de
claring it could be done without causing
it to explode. It ia believed to have
picric acid at its base. Tests of the ex
plosive by the inventor are said to have
been very satisfactory, and it may prove
to be the material the army has been
Besides thorite, the ordinance depart
ment of the army has been experiment
ing with joyite, emmensite and dry and
wet gnncotton, paying more attention to
the last-named explosive than to any
other. So far none of them has given
the results desired before adoption for
eervice use.
Captain William Crozier, military at
tache of the American delegation to The
Hague conference was instructed several
weeks ago to stop in England on bis
way home and ascertain if possible the
ingredients of liddite and the secret of
the fuse used by General Kitchener's
army in the Soudan with snch excellent
effect. It ia untrue that he has been di
rected to contract for any quantity of
the explosive.
Military officers in England have ap
parently been unable to secure ail the
information concerning the explosive
the authorities would like to have. It
ia recalled that emmensite, discovered
in and used by France, was kept a eecret,
but this government finally obtained in
formation of its ingredients and has been
testing it for some years at Sandy Hook.
Tests-of jovite were made by the army
officials several years ago and were not
very successful. The navy department
has tested thorite with considerable euc
cess, and if it continues to be satisfac
tory it may be adopted by the naval
Hold-ups and Robberies are of Daily
Walla Walla, Wash., June 28. The
town of Wallula ia a hotbed of crime.
Not a day passes that from one to ten
robberies are not reported.- The officers
are powerless to apprehend all the cul
prits, and less than half of. them are
brought to justice. One constable and a
deputy are the only officers in the town
While they are attending to one offense,
half a dozen others are committed
Justice of the Peace J. V. Lewis, who
endeavors to nphold the majesty of the
law in that precinct, was in the city yes
terday. He said of the lawlessness
reigning there:
"Wallnla is the roughest town I have
ever Eeen. There is an organized band
E 1 V ?
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
of robbers operating there. They divide
into equade, and while one or two of the
number engage the attention of the of
ficers in one quarter of the town, the re
mainder are operating in another.
"It ia no uncommon thing to etand on
the main street and witness a hold-up a
block away, but it is useless for a citizen
to attempt to interfere. I think that the
ringleaders have been captured, however,
and the officers are making every effort
to break up the gang and bring the of
fenders to justice."
Three tougb-appearing hobos were
brought to the city yesterday from- Wal-
Iula. They were arrested for robbery.
A fourth, who got away, with the plun
der, ia being chased by the officers. Half
of the criminal cases before the superior
court at this term haye come from Wallula.
Whitman Wheat Prospects.
Colfax, Wash., June 28. Grain crop
prospects throughout Whitman county
have never been better, although the
acreage in wheat is perhaps 25 per cent
less than last year. During the paat
three days, fifty prominent farmers from
all parts of the country have been inter
viewed. All tell the same story of
splendid prospective yields. Both fall
and spring wheat are now beginning to
head put. .The beginning of the grain
harvest will be about August 1, in the
western and southern parta of the
country. -
A Thooiand Tonfoes
Could not express the rapture of Annie
E. Springer, of 1125 Howard St., Phil
adelphia, Pa., when ehe found that Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption
had completely cured her of a hacking
cough that for many years had made
life a burden. All other remedies and
doctors could give her no help, but she
eaya of this Royal Cure "It soon re
moved the pain in my chest and I can
now sleep soundly, something I can
ecarcely remember doing before. I feel
like sounding its praisea throughout the
universe." So will every one who tries
Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble
of the throat, chest or lungs. Price 50c
and $1. Trial bottle free at Blakeley &
Houghton's drug store; eyery bottle
guaranteed. -5
Dangers of Plague.
San Fbancisco, June 29. The bacter
iologist who ia examining the glands
taken from the bodies of the two Jap
anese who jumped overboard from the
eteamer Nippon Maru, is expected to
make hia report today. The fact that
the glands of one of the men were found
to be above the normal eiza gave rise to
the suspicion that the Japanese may
have been afflicted with the bobonic
plagne, hut the facta will not be known
until the expert has finished bis investi-
Bobbed the Glare.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, ia narrated by him as follows :
"I was in a most dreadful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in back
and eides, no appetite gradually grow
ing weaker day by day. Three physi
cians had given me up. Fortunately, a
friend advised 'Electric Bitters'; and to
my great joy and surprise, the first
bottle made a decided ' improvement. I
continued their nse for three weeks, and
am now a well man. I know they saved
my life, and robbed the grave of another
victim," No one should fail to try them.
Only 50c, guaranteed.'at Blakeley &
Houghton's drug store. 5
Reduced Kates to Pi. E. A.
Hawlev Re-elected.
Salem, Or., June 28. The trustees of
Willamette university, having consid
ered the preposition of President Haw
ley to elect a clergyman as president of
the university, decided this evening not
to act at present on the suggestion, end
re-elected President Hawley to the presi
dency for the ensuing year.
For the National Educational Asso
ciation meeting to be held at Los
Angeles, Cal., July 11-14, 1899, the O.
E. & N. Co. will make the following
ratt-s from The Dalles : Going and re
turning all rail route via Portland and
Southern Pacific $44.15 ; rail to Portland
and steamer Portland to Los Angeles
port of call, including meala and berth
on steamers, returning same route,
$39.15; rail to Portland, steamer to San
Francisco and rail via Southern Pacific
from San Francisco to Los Angeles, re
turning same route, $39.15. Tickets on
sale June 30th, July 1st and July 4th to
9th inclusive, final limit for return Sept.
5th. For further information call on or
address Jas. Ireland, Agent, C E. & N.
Co., The Dalles. 10 J
Arsenic Put la Bread.
Eugene, Or., 28. Dr. and Mrs. H. C.
Schleef had a narrow eecapo from death
by poisoning today. Arsenic had been
spread on a plate to poison rats. A
sister of Mra. Schleef, who has been
staying at the house a couple of days,
thought the arsenic was flour, and
emptied it into the flour bin. From this
bread was made and eaten this morn
ing. Mr. and Mra. Schleef are recover
ing. "Would Not Suffer So Again for Fifty
Times Its Pi Ice.
I awoke last night with severe pains
in my stomach. I never felt so badly in
all my life. When I came down to work
this morning I felt eo weak I could hardly
work. I went to Miller & McCurdy's
drug ' store and they recommended
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. It worked like magic
and one dose fixed me all right. It
certainly is the finest thing I ever used
for stomach trouble. I shall not be
without it in my home hereafter, for
I should not care to endure the sufferings
of last night again for fifty times ita
price. G. H. Wilson, Liveryman, Bur
gettstown, Washington Co., Pa. Tbia
remedy ia for eale by Blakeley & Hough
ton, Druggists.
A diseased stomach surely under
mines health. It dulls the brain, kills
energy, destroys tha nervous system,
and predisposes to insanity and fatal
diseases. AH dyspeptic troubles are
quickly cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.
It has cured thousands of cases aud ia
curing them every day. Its ingredients
are such that it can't help curing.
Snipee-Kinersly Drug Co.
Gun-shot wounds and powder-burns,
cuts, broisee, sprains, wounds from
rusty nails, insects stings and Ivy poison
ingquickly healed by De Witt's Witch
Hazel Salve. Positively prevents blood
poisoning. Beware o! counterfeits. De
Witt's is tafe and sure. Snipes-Kinersly
Drug Co.
For Sale.
Three houses and four
lots in The Dalles, as a
whole or separately. Lo
cation healthy and desir
able, hear school. Pays
exceptionally good inter
est on investment. Prop
erty in good condition.
Mrs. A. Fitz Gerald
839 Golden Gate Av.,
. San Francisco, Cal.
Siliiation in the Pniliiipes M As
Young Filipinos Garrison Every Port
and State They Will not Yield to
the Americans Though the Whole
of the Islands are Destroyed.
Victoria, B. C, June 29. Advices
from Hakodate state that Captain Saki
cbi, of the steamer Hokoku Maru, just
returned from the Philippines, reports
that in the southern islands the young
Filipinos are constructing fortifications
against emergencies. Every port is
garrisoned by a thousand or so volun
teers, whose weapons, however, are very
crude, only about 20 ner cent being
armed with rifles (Remingtons).
They are, however, full' of patriotism
and state that they will not yield to the
Americana though the whole of the
islands are destroyed. The Hokoku
Maru was warmly welcomed . by the
Filipinos, who consider the Japanese to
be of a kindred race and hope for assist
ance from them. -
The Filipinos were prepared to pay for
arms and ammunition and that Japanese
vessels visiting the islands could take
return cargoes of hemp. Captain Sakichi
says that he only sold the insurgents
two revolvers and the cook's knives.
Negro Recruits.
Chicago, June 29. Captain P. S.
Bomus, in charge of the United States
army recruiting station, has telegraphed
Adjutant General Corbin asking permis
sion to enlist colored recruits and to re
store the lenient physical examinations
which were in use during the war with
Recruiting Sergeant Jones- says if the
station ia given permission to enlist
colored men, . practically all of the
mustered-out Eighth Illinois volunteers
will be sent to the Philippines. Under
the present physical examination bnt
one man out of ten ia found qualified.
Fifty applicants a day are examined.
Under instructions expected, Captain
Bomus thinks that within the next two
weeks over 200 recruits besides volun
teer bodies will be sent from Chicago.
Deafness Cannot De Cared.
by local applications, aa they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies
Deafness ia caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube ia in
flamed you have a ' rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed,- Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which ia nothing but an in
flamed condition of the raucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafnees (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars ; free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.
2"""Sold by Druggists, 75c. 6-10
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Vincent Ryan Dead.
Tacoma, Jone 29. Vincent Ryan, a
prominent newspaper man of the Tacoma
News, dropped dead this morning in a
For the Fourth of July the O. B. &
N. Co. will sell excursion tickets to any
rail station within 300 miles from sell
ing station at one fare for the round
trip.- Tickets on Eale July 2nd, 3rd and
4th and will be good for return passage
up to and including July Cth, 1S99.
.We offer several very good bargains in
tended for those who are alive to op
portunities for money-saving, and who,
when such opportunities present them
selves, are ready to profit by them.
Come in and look; if you don't care
to buy, 3'ou're just as welcome.
f Tomorrow
5 we sell
puffs and four-in-hands, at the special Qyj-
price or - i
. Men's $1.50 golf or bicycle shirts; pretty styles,
handsome patterns, worthy fabricB ; to the
man who is ready tomorrow's ff
price is... Cpl.ULr
We offer a man's Tan Willow Calf Shoe, made
with good-year welt soleB, nickle hooks and eye
lets, and On the latest last, at . iO iC
The regular price is $3.50. tpC.OL
Choice cf an assortment of 75c, $1.00
and $1.25 straw hata, for
o A.
M. Williams & Co,
I8-lnch Motor.
ins, fvaulUIS
Circulars and particulars furnished on application.
F. S. GUNNING, Agent,
flll kinds 'of
Funeral Supplies'
Crandali & Barget
The Dalles, Or.
Burial Shoes,

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