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Co’&iiy Officiai Paper
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¡CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1S96
BURNS,. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JULY 11 ! 9S,
Latcst War News.
Are now re ¿id y to
take your order
for a spring suit.
Call and see
wili h3 «really interested In our new exhibit
ci t o Kuh, Nathan & Fi3cher Co. Suits
thi ■ su-ijson. Purity cf fibre, strength of
weave, careful blending of non-fading
co ?rs— and the prices! A ten-strike in
an hour. We were taken on board II , where they will be confined on
the Reina Mercedes and later sent Sc.ivy, 's Isl-ini in tlio harbor,
to Morro castle.”
Orders for the immediate prep
A dispatch dated July?, 7: 30 a.
aration of that place for the recep
m.—Assistant Naval Constructor
tion of the reception of the prisoners
Richmond P Hobson of the ilag-
ate going forward.
i ship New York and the seven sea
The commissioned officers, from
men who with him sailed the c. liier 1 stated authoritatively that no over
Cervera hiaiseli, down to
I Merrimac into the ehannal of the
will be sent to Fort
i harbor of Santiago do Cuba, June
meeting to day. At the same time Warren, Boston Harbor where they
' ’11, and sunk her there, were sv.r
cabinet members look upon the sit- "‘H be turned oyer to the army for
t-ndered by the Spanish military
j mthorities in exchange fir prison- nation as having more factors
ducive to peace than at any time
rs captured by American forces, I heretofore.
Hobson and tne men were escorted
through the American lines by Cap
ni.ANCO FOR WAR.
tain Chadwick of the New York.
Madrid. July 8, Noon—Accord-
Every step of the journey was
marked by the wildest demoslru- ing to dispatches received from
tione on the part of the Aineican Havana Captain Blanco openly
soldiers, who threw aside all sein urges the continuation of the war.
The newspaper of this city say
blance of order and scran.bled out
I of the entrenchments, knocking tlie moment has arrived to sue for
over the tent guysand other par- peace, one of them adding:
“We find ourselves in a position
•aphernalia in their eagerness to see
the returning heroes and sent cheer fr. >ii which we are able to make
after cheer for the men who had our enemies feel the consequences
passe 1 safely th , ugh the jaws ef of the war.
death to serve thi-.-i country.
U *. MA - *
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C-.ive.it ., and Trade-Marks obtained and all l’n
t-nt I sill' > conducted for MODERATE Firs.
O ur Oxr ice is opposite U.S P atent C ft
and we can secure patent iu less tunc thaw tL
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descri;
ion. We advise, if patentable or not, free c
charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
A P amphlet , “ How to Obtain Patents,” wit
cost oi ‘.ame in the U.S. and foreign countru
sent free. Address,
J O pp
P atent O ffice /r«m
. W ashington
Prof. W. n. roe’rs, *
ninkeS a specialty
Epilepsy, has witn<
doubt treated and ci
<• 1 more rases than a
living; Physician; }
Fucceei is uctoniahi.
We have heard of ca
of ae y»ai its’ BtanJki
v a 1 u a b
Ho of his Abnobito euro, free to nny suffere
tf’wnmy sand their F. O. nnd Exprosi adtlr
Vo a.Iris© auv me wishing a euro tnaddre
riW.W. U. PMKJi, F. m 4 Ceiar cu Ntiv le:
NO F EAVE N EGOT'.Al I 1X8.
London, July 8.—The officials of
Spanish embassy here say they
I New York. July 8.—A special to
I have no knowledge of any peace
the lieraid from off Santiago con«
negotiations being on foot at present.
'ains an interview with Lieutenant
Hobson, in which he says: “We
TO ARRANGI': PEACE.
have been .">3 days in a Spanish
prison, aad the more I tliiuk about
Rome, July 8—Italic says that
AU kinds of Machine extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
it the more marvelous it seem.i that negotiations have been opened
SOLD HERE WITH AN INDIVIDUAL GUARANTEE.
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
— II “It was about 3 o’clock in the a view of arranging [• ace.
■ morning when the Merrimac enter
ed the narrow chatimi! and sti amid
LOÉ - . i A 1 SANTI AG >
1 in under the guns of Morro castle
Washington, July —The wir
The stillness of death prevailed.
Garden Seeds and Sporting Goode.
department received two dispatches
It was so dark we could hardly see
from General Shafter over night as
Tin Shop in Etarnev Co.
rCSLISHEI» 3VERY V,'EDS E3DAÌ
1 “We had plan<<l todropour i-tar- follows:
Giv'? us a call and we will Convince you that we can give better
Camp near Santiago. July 8.—
1 board anchor at a certain distance
RICHARDSON & STEVENS, P roprietors .
prices than anyone.
I to the right of the ehannal, reverse
H Ç U11 110 X K .IT E.5 :
¡our engines and th> n swing the loss on July 1st nn«l -bl:
Killed, 12 officers, 298 enlisted
Tw.rse i: >r \s....................
1 Merrimac around, . inking hi r di-
Fins Wines, tinners
reetly across the channel
eusidiAL dirbct < j :: y
Wounded 8! officers, 1203 euli.-t-
1 ‘ This plan was adhered to
STATE—O«S■■ "X :
6. W. McBride.
'circumstances rend red it« ex''culi-
79 enli: >d men.
* iThco. Tongue.
tion inipcssible. Wh; ti the Merri-
LOPMANA ELENDEN EN Prop».
C o agres«» oin
« k¥. < K. EL
giving the names of
1 mac poked her nose into the chan-
Attorney Gallerai .
V» »n P Lord
i 11 Kincaid I
' I nel our trubldes commenced. The
loeretury oí State
th; ;i. jieiFChan '
. G M Irwin
■ deadly .ilence was broken by the rapidly prepared and it is h >; e I to
Jupt. Putii» iM.trwetiua
\V li Laedi
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
; wash of a small boat approaching get them oil' tomorrow.
Veg»'«bias of all
.5 C. Wolverton
us from the shore. I made her out
) F. A. Mo«re
J. A. H alladay , contractor.
NINETIÍ JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
’n indu when in
Cirrying U. 3. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co s Expess to be a picket boat, .‘hie ran close
Corn B-ef, Fork j<
.15 . . . . .. M. I). CLIFFOKV
TALKS A< HOP 3 THE 'EA.
under the stern of tin Merrimac
C. V . Parrish.
L?avo Burns Tuesday.Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City
. .0. L. Patterson.
I and fired several sb ts from what
Camp near Santiago, July 8 — I Lard, Butter and '<• ,r’
nd intermedi t »oints, barerò.
Cable operators were permitt'd to'
. ? I- '
The Merrimac’s rudder was go in yesterday morning. The Eng
Tnu-ity J lijo
2 lark .........................
. c. V
carried away by this fire. That is lie'h cable was in working order and
A. McKhiu n
3irrerer ................ ....
I i fl
why the collier was no' sunk across some of the operators lire in the <
J. M./Ki nun
W. ». Valets
. G' C.B.trd
. the channel.
. J M. Lavis
4iu«k I n«p?ator
R F. WHITE, Vici-PPESiCliT
H3.V4R0 SCBREE Pi»?
A. B. Mark«
I “We did not discover the loss of
? <* t-lAiLl»<i«UjrS ....
English eablo has been working
1 the rudder until Murphy cut the all the lime through to Havana.
.. Themas Jones
anchor. Wathen fund that the
S iiaf run.
A. A. Covrlng
R jc«i » ec
' Merrimac would not answer her |
j helm and we were compelled to 1
SERVI« E REWARDED.
'make the best of the situation. The
picket boat had given the alarm
STLVA RX1KKÀH De,ree X«. ¡S
w and in a moment the guns of the dent has determined to promote ■
M»«»«evcrv I«t au 13d Wednesday.
'MisaJaank XcFhcet&r« X.G.
M/ Vixcya and Ahniruntc Oquendo Acting Admiral Hampson and Com
U «• Leona Zulg ei. Kee. i'-<
Ur and ef the shore batteries were inodoro Schley, in recognition of
4 Sc.’.erti* Banking Business Transacted
their services in the destruction of'
A. O. U. W.Burna Lodge, No 47
turned upon us.
Macla erar y 2d and IthTbvrsdry«.
Spanish naval fleet in Ameri
Submarine mines and torpedoes
li A.niDWARE . CROCZery
H M Kartaa, M. W
J W aayer. Re<.
also were exploded all about tie, can waters, but is undecided as to
th • extent of promotion.
adding to the excitement.
MARKST LOD4S, XO. 77, I. O O F.
Mast« at Odd Favkaw« Mail, ever
>i L. I evi«. N. U.
THEIR MERITS’ DESERT.
■sired position we found the rudder
J r. Zaiftcr, aecy
MACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION. Bieyal«», Mowing Ma.kis.», In.
' wa« gone, and I called the men
Washington, July 9.—The presi
r«|>a.r«4 promptly und •ati.ra.ivrally
dent has dir'-fted the promotion of
G Ä- SW EEK,
‘ ing the catamaran I touched otr the Brigadin’General B. M Young and
Brigad'"r General J. F Kent, to
“At the »ame moment two torpe th»- grad»: of major »»-nerals of vel.
does fired by the Rein» M r< les unt rs. and Colonel II. Carrol to
struck the M-rrimac aminship.« th«; grade of brigadier g» neral
I cannot say whether cur explo These ofiioers al! took a conspicu
or the Spanish torpedoes did ous part in the heavy fighting
It is one f tin strongest Companies in tb* Werld.
the werk, but the Merrimac was around Santiago on th«1 1st and 2d
lifted out of the water and almost instill t.
K JTASY P’JU.IC
“As she settled down, we scram
It ha> ever $187,176 i'G in assets snd a record of 52 year«, dat bled over iioard and cut away the
SAMPSON H PRISONERS.
ing a.1 of which time it has steadily increns-d in strength »nd
IT*»*'1'»»« :>»(•»■« V •. I.»cd '
Washington, July <> —Sampson
pr'isp'-ntv. BECAI -E you can berrow money from tbo Com-
“We attempted Vi get out of the baa been directed to send his pris-1
paw r at ó per cent per annum, after your Peliey bas been three
WHOLESALE PK ACER IN
years in ferce.
harbor in the catamaran but the oners to the United States, Poe-
strong tide was running and »lay- sibly the Harvard will bring «011)11
light found us still struggling in I of them. The St. Louis is Hl led i
You Jo net her» to die to win. If yau live 10. 15 or 20 years the water. Then for the first time with wounded soldiers and cannot
r policy in any way that best suite your air- the Spaniards saw u.i and a boat bo used to convey the Spanish
a th t:wa—iar «aih na'd tip iHwnw, annuity or from the Reina Mercdea picked us sailors.
erbt* aptAOOP t
up. It was than shortly aft r 5
The enli.ted men and non com-
o'clock in the morning and we ha i missioned officers among tbo pi it-
First door south of Post Oft» a«.
H urns , O dbwom .
been in the water more t'lan an oners will lie sent to Porti
The Burns Bar
CI Y MEAT MARKET
CAI DWELL. IDAHO
C. H. VOEGTLY
Why Evrey Man Should Insure
Cheap lor Cash.
Dr. W.L. Marsden 3ECAUSE