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11 ji V Ds D.'l'ilh'.'.l'l'i*' I CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JUNE 22 189b.
Sampson still at ’Um.
General Pena and 1000 soldiers ters occurred at daylight Ibis morn-
have surrendered at Santa Cruz ing in a small cove west of Merro
An Associated Press dispatch of • Similar surtender» have taken place Castle.
at La Guna and at Pampanga and
The Massachusetts’ steam cutter
June 16. says:
and Trade-Mark» obtained and all Pat
Rear Admiral Sampson's ' fleet in each case hardly anybody was entered the cove to make soundings ¡Caveats,
ient business conducted for M odcratk Ff SR.
O ur O ffice is offositc U.S. P atent O ffice
bombarded the batteries at Santia killed. It was reported Dewey is and reconnoiter, When well inside ' [and
we can secure patent in less time than those [
go de Cuba for the third time at unable to restrain the insurgents the inlet a detachment of Spanish iremote
' Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip- '
We advise, if patentable or.not, free of [
daylight this morning. For hours but their conduct is satisfactory. infantry opened fire upon the cutter [tion.
(charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
P amfhlet . “ How to Obtain Patents,” with
th-- ships pounded the batteries at There is no necessity for interfer from a blockhouse. The fire was 'A
[cost of same in the U.S. and foreign countries1
' the right and left of the entrance, ence, as no excesses whatever haw vigorously returned by the marines t i sent free. Address,
only sparing El Morro, where Lieu been committed. This is partly in the boat and also by marines C.A.SNOW&CO
O ff . F a - snt O fficc W ashinstos , o . C
I tenant Hobson and his companions due to the nominal assistancj fur- | who were in the New York's cutter
which had followed in. The New
are imprisoned. The western bat nished the insurgents.
. teries, against which the »main as-1 I The latter proposed to form a re York’s cutter was hit 10 t'ines and
sault was directed, were badly [ public under Anglo-American tutel a marine in the cutter of the Mass-
wrecked. One was utterly destroy age and threaten to visit with severe chusetts had the stock of his rifle
Prof. W. IL Fwke. wU.
ed. In others many guns were dis penalties the insurgents who have shattered, but by great good luck
make« a spoaialtv ot
Epilepsy, has without
mounted. At fiist the Spaniards become turncoats, especially in the no one was hit. The Texas opened
doubt treated and ear
ed more cases thaa any
replied passionately and wildly, the case of 1’aterno, a prominent fire with her six pounders on hi'l
living Physician; hU
success is nstnnishiRg.
but impotently. Then mest of the native protege of the Spaniards.
' side, and the Vixen steamed right
We have heard of easoa
ot so years' standing
guns were deserted. Not a ship
into the cove and peppered the
TO Ilt.oW IT THE I'KKIX.
I was struck nor a man injured on
blockhouse with her rapid fireguns
I the American tide.
steamer Miowcra brought the fol ed to the woods and the two steam
lowing from Honolulu, dated June cutters withdrew.
life is heavy.
will be greatly interested in our new exhibit
tle of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers
Admiral Sampson issued orders 8th: The Hawaiian Star of June 3d
who ma v send their P. O. and Express addresa.
Wo ad vise any one wishing a cure tn nddrosa
for the bombardment last night I | publishes the following story re
cf the Kuh, Nathan & Fischer Co. Suits
Coffee was served to the men at 3:30 , garding an attempt to blow up the!
this season. Purity of fibre, strength of
this morning and with the first l. nited States steamer City ot 1 ekin gonian for $2 in advance.
weave, careful blending of non-fading
blush of dawn the men were called j while that vessel was in port here-
colors—and the prices! A ten-strike in
“If the report which is in circula
: quietly to quarters. When the
I ships got into position it was still I tion today is true. Honolulu came
too dark for any firing. The ad- 1 near being the scene of as frightful
miral signalled the ships not to fire , . a disaster as that of the Maine, and
until the muzzles of the enemy’s 1 in much the same way. The story
guns in the embrasures could be is told that nothing more nor less,
seen liy the gun captains.
, than an attempt to blow up the
Pekin magazine was frustrated just
SOLD HERE WITH AN INDIVIDUAL GUARANTEE.
m, the New York opened with a I , in time. An enlisted nian.it is I
All kinds of Machine-extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
broadside from her batteries or the j I said, was caught just in the act of
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
— ■ ■ ■ , T v-—r p--.—-—
works to the east entrance of life > iiirianginga fuse connecting’ with
; harbor. All the ships followed in i the magazine. The magazine con
1 streaks of flame. The fleet, envel tains 41)0 tons of powder and had
1 oped in smoke, pelted the hills and been guarded closely. The dastard
•kicked up diit and masonry.
it is said, is now under the closest Garden Seeds and Sporting Goods,
' In 15 minutes one western b.it- guard and when the Pekin gets out)
Tin Shop in HarrtC” Co
terv was completely wrecked. The on the high seas will be hanged at
rif.LISlIED E>EliY WEDNESDAY
1 Massachusetts tore a gaping hole in I the yard arm. The greatest secrecy [
Give us a call and we will Convince you that we can give better
RICHARDSON A STEVENS, P b OFIIIETOIW.
1 the emplacement with a thousand I concerning the ma'ter is being prices than anyone.
[ pound projectile and the Texas maintained for fear it would mar
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dropped a shell into the powder ! the spilit of the present occasion.
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magazine. The explosion wrought The alleged culprit is said to be
; terrible havoc. The frame was half Spaniard.”
fca FICIAL DI RECTO?. Y
' lifted, the sides were blown out anil
STATE—ORE ON I
G . W. Mi-Brl'te. 1
a shower of debris flew in every
A dispatch oil'Santiago, June 17,
j^r-Courteous treatment guaranteed. V otr patronage solicitée
|Tht ». Tonane.
! direction. Oae timber, carried out via Kingston,June 18 —A hot brush
(W. K. Ellis
I.OI’.MAN & CI.ENHENEN Props.,
<•. M. Idleman
of the side of the battery, went turn- between Rome Spanish troops and a
. Wm P Lord
Jetrotary ot State
'bling down the hill. The loss of reconnoitering party in steam cut-
« Tr.vt ■
Sunt Public la»trnetloii
D ’I Ir-'in
life must have been great.
E urns-Canyon Stage Line
W II Licit»
. R S. bean.
Vegetables of all
The batteries on the east of Morro
| ¿A*’^™" !
Race Prom nm.
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
| were harder to get at, but the New
UIWETU JvDICI IL DISTRICT.
A , I kinds when in
Carrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express os
8: Qr]eanR crossed the bows of tho
Tiie Burna Jockey Club will give|^,,rn
C. w .l arrian.
O. L. 1 at .'«>«•
four days racing, July, 1, 2, 1 and 5 1
Butter nnd’tínhí ,G
'shore and played a tattoo with her 1898.
and intermedi t >oints, I are io.
county — li art : ky :
[long 10 inch rifle hitti-.g them re-
FIRST DAY, JI I.Y 1,
Gouaty 4 4
I peatedlv, striking a gun squarely in
J C. Wel'onu-
t a . McKinnon
the muzzle and lifting it off its ♦ 175.
a . J. McKinnon
foundation and sending it sweeping
A mile dash for Harney county
I M. Daria
I somereaultR into the air.
B. F. WHITE, Vtcs-PntatoENr
isK 1 Hspoetor
horses that never run for public
HOWARD SEBRSE, PRt‘i5f*T
<. «mm kn.o.sri
money purse ♦225.
Grive trim et Oetll
»IX.ST v. a. laxd orncB:
SECOND DAV, Jil.Y 2,
£ tnile dasli free tor al', purse
Washington, June 17.—1 he navy
Y -2 x >*
Are now ready to
take your order
for a spring suit.
Call and see
I S. GEER & CO
The Burns hir
Ci;Y MEAT MARKET
STLVA REBEKAH DegreeSo.13
uo«j l.tandt.l Wednesday.
Mit.Ji.nl« MrFhe.tere K.O.
Miau L*oua Zeigler. See. See X
A. O. U. W.Burns Lodi». Ko «7
U..u«T.ry-<l and .th Thnradaya.
KU Horton, M "
J W a.)er. Rec.
HAAXEY LODGE, KO. 77,1.0# F.
KaelaatOdA r.Ikiwi Hall,evary Saturday
M I.. Ixsla. K- o.
J. F. Avisier, Seey
C A SWEEK,
XOTARY PC SLIC’
?r»jrw«s beffi« V K Land Oii*»
department has received the foilow I ♦ 200.
I 2 mile bicycle race Harney coun
ing from Admiral Dewey:
“Cavite, Jut e 12, via Hongkong, ty mi n, purne Y50.
THIRD DAY, Jil.Y 4.
June 17.—There is little change in
J mile dash free for all purse ♦200.
V the situation since my telegram of
j mile dash for Harney county
A Genera* Banking Business Transacted
w June 3d. Insurgents continue hos
cow horses, grass fed, untrained,
tilities and have practically sur
vaqnero saddles, purse ♦50.
rounded Manila. They have taken
Fovirrii day , jci.Y 5,
12500 prisoners whom they treat
dash free for all, purge
j most humanely. They do not in
tend to take the city at the present
| time. Twelve merchant vessels are
anchored in the bay with refugees mile, purse ♦50.
?i ACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION,
Indian race 1 mile and reverse,
under guard of neutral men-of-war:
et». repaired promptly and »ati.faatorally
I this is with my permission. The purse 125.
Cn.NDiTioN»:—Tlwse races will be.
' health of the squadron continues ex
cellent. The German commander- governed by the rules of the Pacific
in-chief arrived today. Three Ger Blood Horse Association. En
man, two British, one French and trance fee in all races, not other
one Japanese men of war low in wise specified, 1'1 per cent cf amount
port. Another German rnan of war of purse, five or more to enter and
It is one of the Strongest Companies in the World.
three to start. In case that purses
“The following is a correct list »Live given do not fill with five
of the Spanish vessels captured complete entries, the board has the
I test roved—Two power to reduce the arnouuts of the
It ba» aver 1187.176 406 in «(«eta and a record of 52 years, din protected cruisers, five unprotected purses as in their judgment seems
ing all of which time it has etna lily increae^d in strength r.nd cruisers, one transport and one proper. The directors reserve the
prosperity. BECAUSE you can borrow money f.om the Com-
right to postpone any and all races
pa«r at 5 per cent per annum, after your Policy has been three serving vessel, lioth armed.
on account of inclement weather
years in force.
The transport Manila and the gun- If above races do not fill, purses will ,
tie given for sp«-cial races, to lie
substituted by the directors Purses
fPANlFH POWE It t RUMBLING.
will lie divided 70 per cs nt to the
Yon in not have to die to win It reo lists 10. 15 or 20 years
first hor«e. 30 jier cent to the second,
yon can settle soar police in anv way that beat suits yonr eir-
An Associated Press dispatch al) entries close by 8 o'clock p m
cira«t»r..-ea a th* tin»«— Crr etah paid up
ar nnrty *»r
dated Manila June fl, via Hongkong on the evening pri.-ceeding the race.
othee aptione t
Geo H hei . i . ev , President.
June 17, says: Spanish power is
Fw»t door ««uth o( Tost Othee.
crumbling in the Philippine islands J J D okeuax . Secretary.
ORFG < N
C. H. VOEGTLY
Why Evrey Man Should Insure
NEW YORK LIFE
Bicjtlct, Mawiag Ma«hÍMS,4ta
Cheap tor Cash.
Dr. W.L. Marsden. BECAUSE