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^SÄ^ÄTiCOHSOLIDATEQ JULY 22, 1896,
Pr intin g.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. AUGUST 24 1898
point that Manila was taken by
A similar order was al n issued
force of arms and is so occupied.
today in the ease of Brigadier Gen J2222
eral William W. Gordon, cummand-
New York, Aug. 17.—A dispatch
Hongkong, Aug. 18.—A dispatch ing a division of of the Fourth hi my
to the Herald from Hongkong says.
It is rumored here that the U. S. from the correspondent nt Manila corps, who has been appointed a [Caveats, and Trade-Mark» obtained and all Pat - [
troops are having trouble with the of the Associated Press says the member of a similar commission in [ent business conducted for M oocratc Fee«.
'O ur Orner isoppositc U-B-P atcnt Orrisr
[and wc can secure patent in less tim« thaa thou« [
-ebels. According to one account, American troops now occupy every the case of Porto Rico,
(remote from Washington.
» Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip-
he insurgents, upon whom various position formerly held by the Span-1
[tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free nf [
»charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured.
estrictions had been placed by 1 iards, o' whom G(M)0 are prisoners. I
How Io Obtain PateuU," will ;
¡cost of aame in ths lr.S. and foreign euaalrias ,
derritt, mutinied at not being per- Not a single shot was fired at the
isent free. Address,
ritted to have any share in the fleet. The dispatch also says Ad-
1 mirai Dewey puked up the end of
urrender of the city.
• O ff P atent O ffice . W asmin « t « r , O. «.
It is reported that they attacked the severed cable on Friday but
that the line is not yet in working
ne Americans in the trenches.
The officers of the German war order.
ship Kaiserin Augusta are under I Merchantmen are leaving Hong
instructions to give no information I | kong daily for Manila. A great
B__ A ■ B
N EpiUpay, baa with»«*
doubt treated and «rr-
(bout the bombardment but it is rush of trade is expected.
ed niorocMM« than a«y
living PUyBlciaa; hia
auecoM is estonia
reely stated that there was a great
SPANIARDS MASSACRE NATIVES.
W« have hoard of
of im > y «nt s’ stai
loss of life on both sides.
London, Aug 19.—The Singapore ;
There are a number of steamers
here preparing to leave for Manila correspondent of tiie Daily Mail
‘ The native rebellion in the Phil
New Yo>k, Aug 17.—A Manila
Ksr‘, « pt VYv-* £». M ¡¡W»
pinis has extended to the hemp
dispatch to the World via Hong
|B rSé? » Ik ’ *4
Va«K » St
kong says: Eight Americans were
Ths pries on every Suit c? Overcoat in our
killed, 50 wounded in the storming fighing occurred at I’agliatuan,.
Pilar and Ponsol, the immediate,
Fail and Winter showing is a drawing-card
being outrages committed by
In itjeJf Our variety, our patterns and our
government received the following
methods de the rest. Remember there ars
’■The Spanish also burned Pilar,
direct information today of the sur
no heirlooms in our stock. Here are the
and massacred 500 natives. The |
world famed Suits, Pants and Overcoats. They
insurgents arc concentrating at.
hang better; they’re finished and pressed better; land and sea bombardment last
Albay, with the cbject of cutting;
they wear and please better than any other make Saturday.
the retreat of numerous Span
It came in dispatches from Ad
of clothing in this State.
mirai Dewey brought from Manila iards in the Camariuas province
Latest From The Front.
We are not only prepared to
take your order and measure for
one of the famous K. N. & F. Co
Suits or Overcoats, but have a
tine lot of Gents Furnishing goods
Call and see us—get
prices, and look at samples.
I. S, GEER Í Co,
to Hongkong on the dispatch boat
Seafiro. The admiral sent two dis
Al! kinds of Machine extras, Mowing and Heaping Machinery,
Washington, Aug. 18—The war I
patches, the first one briefly reciting
Plows, Bicycle Sundries, etc.
the essential facts as follows:
| department made public the order1
sent to Merritt last evening regard-
Manila, Aug. 13.—Seretary of
! ing the occupation of Manilla bv
Navy. Manila surrendered today
the American troops. The order
to American land and naval forces,
■ after a combined attack. A divis
-it , t*ar<len Seeds and Sporting
J ion of the squadron held the forts
directs that there must be no joint
Tin Shop in Harnev Co.
n 1 entrench merits a Malate, on the
occupation with the insurgent*. I
' side of the city, driving back rhe The Americans are in possession of'
Give us a call and we will Convince you that wo can give better
RICHARDSON & STEVENS,^P bofbiktoks .
'enemy, our army advancing from Manila City, Manila bay ami har prices than anyone.
I that side at the same time. The bor and must preserve the peace
city surrendered at 5 o'clock, the and protect persons within the ter
Fino Winos. Z.iq.uors
! American ilag being hoisted by
ritory occupied by their military
and naval forces.
C. W. McBride. !
. About 7000 prisoners were taken.
The insurgents and all others
:The squadron had no casualties, must recognize the military occupa
’ iThûB. Tongue.
. c. M. Idlemau
I none of the vessels were injured,
Attorney General .......
MAN A CLENDENEN Props..
tion and authority of the United
Win P Lord
j On August 7th General Merritt States and the cessation of hostili-
¿etratary of state .........
and I formally demanded the sur- ties proclaimed by the president,
............ GM Irwin
Su?t. Pulilie Iastraetion
W II Leeds
Itate Priater ..........
render of the cltv, which the Span- Use whatever means in yourjudg
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
> \ £
R 8. Bean.
.> ' C. woi
ish governor general refused.
Vajsublaa of aH
> F. A. M
ment necessary to this end. Al
XIMETK JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
alladay , contractor.
law abiding citizens must be treat
. ..M.D. CLIFFOku
indi whia (■
Ciairiet Attarnoy .................
C. W. Parrish.
C irrying U. S. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Cos Expess
Now that the surrender is offic- ed alike.
0. I.. Patterson.
.(Rj............ A. W.Gowan I
By order of secretary of war.
L 'avc Burns Tuesday.Thursday,Saturday,for Canyon City! ¡ally reported, it can be stated that
I Manila is being held by virtue of
C orbin Adjutant General.
00UKTT —Il ARRET !
County j <dge
.............. c. P. Rutherford.
¡the military occupation and sur-
J. C. Weitem
TA. Mc R innun
(D) A.J MeKirtUon
protocol. These differences are
Madrid, Aug. 10.—The cabinet I
W. d. Water«
. . . .( R'. .
to amount to little in practical tonight decided to appoint General
.. I M. Davis
A. B. Marks
results, but yet as it is, all officials Gonzales l’nrrodo, second in coin-!
agree that the occupation is a result mand in Cuba, Rear Admiral Luis;
■ AM SY W 8. lAID OFFIC'R :
of the combined military arid naval Pastor Landero, who succeeded Ad-,
mirai Navarro, the Spanish com- |
According to Admiral Dewey’s niander in Cuban waters, and
dispatch the surrender occurred at Marquis de Montero, minister of
5 p. in. last Saturday. The proto finance of the insular cabinet, as the :
• TLVA REBEKAH D«gTce No 18
Meth ev ery ’.st sad 3d Wednesday .
col was signed at 4:23 p. m. Friday, committee of evacuation fcr Cuba ;
MlssJennis MrPhcwters N.O.
M st Leona Zeigler. Rec. See y
the difference in time between Ma
The Porto Rican committee has
nila and Washington is such that not been ap(>ointcd, the government j
A Genera’ Banking Eusiness Transacted
A. e». V. W. Barns Lodge, No <7
the surrender, reckoned on Wash awaiting an expression of the views |
■ «elaevor y id and Uh Thursdays
ington time, would be abort 12 hrs. of Governor General Macias, but it,
H M Horte«, M. W
J W »ayer, Rec.
ahead of the time at Manila, or | has been decided that Admin] >
1 about 5 a. in. Saturday. In point i Vallaoino shall be one of the com
M»a»IY I.OBÏK, KO. 77. I. O O V.
of actual time, therefore the signing missioners.
M..I..IO,« rwtew. K«n.«T«ry s.'urt.y
M !.. L«wl«. N.0.
of the protocol preceded the actual
J. P. Zolfler. Ser) •
The peace commissioners have.
Why Evrey Man Should Insure
surrender of Manila by a few hours. , not been named, but it is expected
MACHINE SHOP IN < ONNECTION. Biiy.lei, Mewiig M*«bie«s,Saa
but it is a well established rule of the composition of the commission
C Ä SW EEK,
military law tiiat a peace ermietice ha« been decided upon, though the it«. i«pair«<l promptly »nd ««iisfaiUr.lly
or cessation of hostilities does not names of its members will not be
become binding upon commanding published yet, as th* government
officers until they receive actual is resolved to take advantage of the
notice of it.
delay granted by the protocol in
Under this rule I>ewey and Mer order to avoid a cabinet crisis.
ritt will be bound by the armistice
EXE« I TU l'EA< F TERMS
It ia one of the Strongest Companies in the World.
from the time the notice of it
reaches them at Manila.
Washington, Aug BL—Major
could not have occurred on Satur General James F. \S ade, formerly
day. as the cable was not working in command of the 1 bird army
In short, it is agreed in all official corps at Chickamaugua, and Major
MT’»Mtlew b.for« U 8 Laad OÄie
ingall of which time jt ha« steadily increased in strength and quarters that th* forcible taking of General M C. Butler, in command
proipentv. BECAUSE you can 1-crrow money f om the Com- Manila was entirely regular and
paar at 5 per cent per annum, after your Policy has b«en three that the city and the bay is now of a division of the second army
corp* at Falls Church were Balay
years in force
held on the basis of this military relieved of (their pre.ent duties in
force taking rather than on the basis order to ei able them to enter upon
of the mutual agreements between the discharge of their important
You do nit hive to die to win If you live 10. 15 cr 20 yean the two countries.
duties a* member« of the commie
yew cia settl* vour poliev in anv wav that beet suit* your eir-
This may become material when lion charged with the eiecutien of
jametaacef a the time— fat eaih r.aid-up iweuwn». annuity or
the question arises as to the future provision! of the j>*ace protocol
'-►Sez .ptien* t
of the Philippines, for it is likely '.o regarding the evaluation of ,( 'tba
Fret door south of Poet Oflioe.
proceed from the American «tand- bv the “pani»h troop«
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