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C:raty Oficial Pap«
CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, im.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. DECEMBER 7. !8!)8
NEW ENGLAND STOHJ1.
nrle if we don’t have seme fun.
* compensation to Spain, something
shall bring home some turtles
very inadequate to the sacrifices
I shall bring home a tame
Filiti d States Demands Grantcb
woodchuck if I can get him in my |
moment and feels that the United
in overy particular.
States’ proposals could not be con
Boston, Nov. 28.—It is known
Paris, Nov. 28.—Spain has :lc' ever, exhausted all the resources
Filippinos Ready to Fight.
Ì «1 * • w Pu l^ ’
have heed lost in the wreck
ci pled the United States offer of of diplomacy in an attempt to just i (o 70 f t’ lives
ugs’ Schooners and coal barge
• ritalAL DIKSiCTOKY
and at . a joint . 1.Sion j(y jiur ajfpj,j0 Seeing that an
Madrid, Dec. 1.—Advices from
luring the storm of Saturnny nigh
lie Pliillippines say the insurgents;
this after- acceptance of r the
• proposal > made
C.W. McBride. I of the peace
here have decided not to recognize
| n.on consented without condition Spain is a necessity to a continu I md Sunday morning and if tl
’ iThee. TvDgue.
( SV. K. Ellie
steamer Portland has also goin he cession of the islands to the;
< . M. lti’.eirtan to relinquish Cuba and to cede t ftnce (if negolidlion?i nnJ seeillJ
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down, as now seems possible, th.
uited States and that they will I
...UK Kincaid . 1 orto Rico, Guam and the Philip- that the resources of Spaiu are noil
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ist of casualties will reach to IT
•sist to the last. It is also claimed
. ’’ G M Irwin pine ¡“lands.
V» H Lueds
! vith over one hundred vessels ol
ji. R. Dean.
lhe document presenting this upon war, she is prepared in her di I all deseripti.ms ashore. *."i score of that the United States will require
•I C. Welverlen
I accrptanc^ contained only ,!(!() sire to avoid ¡bloodshed, r.ud from them found to be total wrecks, and 70,000 troops to put down tli > re
F. A. M»«re
We . .‘licit y. '.ir trade anil guarani e FAIR TREATMENT to all
.era jmoicial anisa r.
words, it opened with a reference considerations cf humanity ana an unknown number is Probably bellion aud it is alleged that lhe in
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surgents held 10,0,k) Spanish pris
c. w. l*.tril»h.
; , ;<■. XV.
Q. 1.. r, •. ib..-., to th-final terms of the United [ patriotism, to submit to the con- beneath the waves of Massacbus oners whom they will force to serve
. .A .W Xowan States and said that the Spanish ditions ¿of the conquering nation,
against the Americans.
commissioners, after ¿having taken howevar harsh they may be. She
There is scarcely a l ay, harbor or The Philppine insurgents demand i
■ cognizance of the terms proposed is therefore ready to accept the pro
J. C. Weh omo by the Americans, replied their posals of lhe American commission inlet item the Penobscot to New 7,(>00,000 pesetas for the release of [
London that has not on its shores lhe 40 friars imprisoned since the 1
» j. Mi-Kv-!-.“« government had tried to give as as presented at the last setting.
tones of some staunch craft, commencement of the war.
, »•; . . w c. i-irii equitable an answer as possible,
The reading and translation o!
H*“’’»*»« ’ •y !"
I M. 1 avi'
al! alorg Massachusetts bay, !
but that they wire not prepared to the document occupied less than t
f • ■ «
especially Boston harbor, the beach I
i commit their government to the
UBirT • » 1.AM» •' USE!
‘•Don’t tell them where you
Thcm.s J.n”. ! acceptar.cu of the principles cm- the translation the commissioners ( es are piled high with the wreckage
------ AGENTS FOR-------
.A. A. I. wins
[empowered Senor Ojeda, secretary
I be,died in the argument.
record, altbouch”iourly lengthening
“Spain rej«cta these principals,’’ of the Spanish commission, and is still "incomplete, ¿for that o?ean Flic above is the name of a new
I the note ccntimv‘8, "as she always Secretary Moore of the
M c C oj Ailcic ^arvsstinirwMachinery,
crave yard of Cape Cod ¡3 still t > song issued on the follow ing inci
icoion.issicti, to draw up articles
has rej -eted tbem.”
dent: The Rev. Tlios. Delaney,
be heard from.
Bal ing her attitude UpOn the j whieh are to embody the relinquish
w hen Chaplain of a la-ge State
AST Write us for Pricer.
justice of lier cause the note then
then I meut of Cuba l.y Spain and the
these ' eession of i’orto Rico and the Phil of the railtoad ami street cur em Penitentiary,
Isays, she still adbears to t....-
bargo, covering the whole of south through the hospital ward was
1 » 3 w.«»r»»L»>(«‘Ke *'
' principles,’•which she has hereto* ippines. These articles, which
New England, sunk into insig called to the bedside of a dying
may be considered as ¿constituting
w. fore invariably formulated.”
j n saj.r, F.««-
before the story of de convict. 'Fite last words of this
However, the note adds, in her the conditions of peace, will be
wrought by wind and untortueate maiFJwere “Father 1
desire for peace, she has gone so
will be many a day be see you do not’know me, but you
«Aanar l «»« s . »«•
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far as to propose cartaio compro-
fore the full import of the disaster know me well and my family, 1
Washington Dec 1.—The Wash
j r. Zeisxr, seer- mises, whieh the Americane bave
is known or even realized.
will die tonight,” I prepared his
always rejected, She has alto ington Star prints this afternoon an
soul's exit into eternity and w hilst
attempted, it is further assertel, interview with Mr: Wu Ting Fang
C I- ¡»WEEK,
Roys Must Have Fun.
to submit to arbitration some of the Chinese minister, concerning
| his h inds were clasped in mine
material particulars upon which the probability of the enforcement
.bis last requeit was made, “In my J
A.TTORNRY AT L a *',
the two governments differed. of the Chinese exclusion law in tire
dying moment promise me w hat I |
These proposals for arbit-ation, it Philippines when the islandt shall boarding school in Kansas City has will ask,” I ben* gave him my
| is added, the Americans had also come ueder the control of tie just font homo ti e following letter wol-j- |1C then revealed his parent-
Brick und Limn conMsntly oirh.nJ, at lhe y»rd iu
< H Bu a«. X I
to his loving and anxious mother: age who thaught him dead. “Now
Mr. Wu • xpresses satisfaction at
* I got here all right and 1 forgot give me your word tb it yeu will of work don«.------ Torrn« on applieatior.
There allegations in Spains reply
as to attempted arbitartion refer to the conclusion of the pence negoia to write before. It is a very nice send my body home, but don’t
RAkk SÍTATE ASEKT.
her proposal to arbitrate the con lions, as | eace beteween the I uited place to have fun. A feller and rn tell them w here you found me.”
Xi'TAíV PÜ8LÍ struction of the third article cf the Statesand Spain is thereby assured, went out in a boat and the boat.
tinped over and a man got me out I 1 se,,t ,he bo,'y l,onle to anothcr
I protocol and also to subnot the He deprecates war in all its phase«
JS "U 7«? !E
and I was so fall of water I didn’t [
but they never knew where
Spanish colonial debt of Cuba a!Hl and believes that all international
him. The Groene Music I
arPra.ti.« t.f.r. Ü # La.« OBcc.
the Philippines to arbitration. —
32 E. Fifth Street,
Since its presentation, and in re- an arbitrage tribunal for settlement. The other boy will liafto be buryed Publishing Co.
after they find him. His mother Cincinnati, Ohio, will send the
DEALER IN —
turn f r such arbitration. Spain
o iered to cede the territory in dis
Let us always be ready to take comoover from Lincoln and sho above song to any address for 20
I pute. The Americans r> fused both advantage of the mistakes of the cries all the time. A hoss kicked |(.e,]t8 ¡n gi|Vi.r or stamps, regular
me over and I got to havo sorn0. price 50 cents,
I proposition« for arbitartion.
other side, but it >s not wise to m mey to pay the doctor for fixin [
bank exclusively on them; we I my heal We are gaing to set rn'
continued ny declaring the United should do something for ourselves,
The idea of adding two mo:e
Stesi de tsc
| old barn afire to’.ight and I should
O K. ft
Slates has offered, as a kind of i
«ALBINE Silo:* • N t ON.NEt TION, Bicyi-les, Mewisg M««kinen, «»a
ho'id iys to those we have, as re
Q ï RGON
minders of the Spanish war, will <>u. icpa.r«« prtimpl'y unci ««ll»f»olsr»lly
be cndurced by those who are al-
J j ways ready to welcome holidays,
\ I or any other excuse to lay off a
GSO. E. 8IZEM0RB,
o day; but seriously speaking, we
att » exky ,
¡have about all the ho'id.iys wc
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Ci>o*>D., Isind b«*«?««.
¡SPAIN AWE PTS
We sell everything you may want
and our stock is ^complete in every
Studebaker! W agons,
SMITH & PEARSON,
Brick Melkers and
Etmw matser promt
Bl GG & TURNER
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
BUBXS, — — — — OBWO*
Practice in *11 the courts of Ore.
IVE AND LET LIVE
I, onr MOTTO.
Your interests are our
B. W. MILLE?.,
lemnce sale of Clothing.
Medical Exawiiaer for th-
°»na Mutual Lifa Inaura»«*« Ce.
RSyofïe» at r«»id«nee.
J C Wooley
WATCH THIS COLUMN
We are desirous of closing on*,
entire ct'xik of Clothing and
IS A PES.VV E.INNED. for the next 30 days will give un
precedented bargains in that line
Pram .reck to n eck out
PRO? OF TH8
wholesale DEALER IM
'Fl.<* silver question has been
killed just like the old demon.i‘i
party has liecn so often kil'cil, and
-cry-body know show dead that is.
Nothing could better illustrate!
>- I how quickiy tlm public can tire of
a thing it doesn’t believe in than
its indifference toward the work
of Mr. McKinley’s war investigat
Democrats could ask nothing
better th in that the republican ad-
ndministration and congress would
adopt, and act upon, the theory
that they arc bound to w in in 1900.
Fri-es quotrl in thli »'olumn are strictly
CASR nnd ceni only’the reek of iss’K Tl • »
are .'eroine bà*g?.in■ snd rrire». £«*o«!s and
quality «peak for themae »re As many cf
tb^MSr' ‘»aree '•:»»' nr a< tuai 1
wr ■ t nf rovra. ?rly •< il in 1‘. ited qneniitie»
toa- ; one por
Cheap tor Cash.
if at ch these prices..
avetil yourselves of the
Illinois also has race tioubles
at nobody has ever suggested
W th.it U. S. troops be sent into the
B’, m »
Mr. Weal»? wish« bi«
friends in this eauntv ta <iv« • "
a sail vh«a at H at ; a ">•
It is easier to convince a woman
that her last year’s hat is in style
than that the man she love« is a
MASON & LONDON
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