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JULY 22. 1896.
tha bay with the big guns of her prising to hear within the next two
fore turret of the earthworks with days that it had been executed.
Admiral Dewey was heard from
great effect. Soon afterward a bat
Attorneys King A Saxton are in
Chicago, Feb., It).—A special to tery bombarded the place from the this morning to the effect he had
One Year .................................................. f‘2.00 i receipt of a telegram announcing
to the Tribune ftotn Washington land side.
Six Mo*ith8 ................................................ 1.00
found it necessary to clear out all
Three Mouths.................................................. 75
a deciyon in favor of their client, says: Iloilo is now being Lorn-,
armed insurgents at a little village
Mr Emery Cole, of Dell, Malheur Larded by a portion of Admiral
commanded the land ap
county, in the case of Eastern Ore- Dewey’s fleet, unless the native til the bombardment ceased, when proaches to his naval station at
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Joseph Elman £(>n Laiid Company vs h;n -ry Cole, have surrendered on the demand they fired volleys of musketry as Cavite. The action was thorough*
involving the t»th to 200 acres of made by General Miller, whois in the Montana regiment advanced on iy aproved at the navy department.
Attjruey Geueral .......
the jungle. The Kansas regiment
‘ y uiyTo"" very
v' r-v valuable farming land. Mr. in command there
Secretary of state ...
the extreme left, with the artil
.. ini!!. 'Leisehiii! i °'e 'eHlrd on the land many years
General Otis advised Secretary ' lery deploying to the right, charged
.. G M Irwin 1 l<v_
Supt. Public luEtructiou
w ¡listed», 'f0- expecting to locate it as gov- Alger he had s-nt the first Tenn
across the open and carried tin
1R S. Bean.
Cleveland, Ohio, Feb. 9 — he
Supreme Judges ........... .......... > C. Wolverton eminent land, when the dispute be- essee infantry to reinforce General earthworks, cheering under a heavy
) F. A. Moore
¡tween the land company and the I' Miller and the commanding officer fire. Supported b the artillery at’ Cr . bore Squire company of this
NINETII JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
city, has been incorp 'rated with a
D .......M.D. C lifford • S. thould be full) settled in favo- of that organization carried ir.struc-
0 - trict Ju«ije
the church, the troops father ad
C. W. Parrish.
gen- lions to him to demand the evac- vanced, driving the enemv, fighting capital stock of $1.000,000 to con
Joiui• Representative IR) ..O. L. Patterson. ol the government which was m
J jiut-àsaator............. (R)-- .... A- w'GuW*u ¡erally predict' d would be the final uatiou
¡erailv predict' d would be the final nation of Iluilo by 9 o'clock Friday every foot, right into the t -w:i lim duct a telegraph business, The
. but to the surprise of a morning.
and p netrated to the presidenci promoters of the company state
bounty j aigs...............
............11. KichartlBon great, many people, the U. 8. courts;
‘ demand was notcomplied and lowered the Filippino flag at they wil[ adopt a new system in-
J . C. V.’vlc-ume
Whiting in 1SS9 decided against the govern '„¡th immediately, the instructions
iur/eysr ........................ ......... A . G J. o.
vented by Messrs. Chrehore and
5:30 p. ta.
which will revoiutioniz
W C. lurd
The enemy’s sharpshooters in th-
A. K. Kiehariisen 1 PoratioilS.
and continue it until the rebels ran jungle on the right fired at long telegraphy.
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; o tu ml sàio atti»
This decision did not affect the up the white Hag.
“Wo expect to put lip wire
range on the Pennsylvanian regi
the country, ” said Colone
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meat but tho rebels were soon
...... Ge->.*W Ha* es the statute of limitation had run in
ate with the artny, which will simp silenced by sharpnel shells and th ' Albert E. Squire, one of th inveu
lifv to a coti'itb rable degree, the Pennsylvanians remained i;i th tors of the system, today “ ‘ i and in a
The 'and company brought sn work noiv laid out for the two
short time the present system will
As the Americans advanced tliev have bvcoaie a thing of the past
< from his I n d. Mr. Col« in l h.i cover the landing of the troops.
bur- - ' t! -- native hut*. The rebels I Our invention is called the ‘sign
Syt.VA REBEKAH I'esrce No.SS
case relied on t’:e question of above
Tne Boston, Baltimore and Pet v.ert ". . . .1 like grass, but the ‘wave system. Wo have sent as
Ue»t«ecery - audid
Ml. r- Je'jlill 1 . : cell F > ■>’
(>oss< ssion. as a <h f use, claii..
I high as 400 words per minute by
:.,.ieg ri 1 are now at Iloilo and. if the reb American loss was slight.
M n 1-eui.a Zciifier. Kee. set
title bv virtue of limitation», be ins are indiscreet enough to refuse
I the system. It was tested by th<
I government about six month ago
■ having resi led on the land tn
A. ô. U. VT. Burns Lodge, No. 47.
to lay down tie ir arms, the heavy
thin ten years.
“Oyer 300 wor I* was sent nt that
MMta.v.n M*»Í «»> ; .
guns of these ships will be turned
j . W ba. (.r. live.
j time. The receiving instrument
i The case was brought in the U S l on them and followed by up by the
prints the message out on pep r.”
Circuit court at Portland and tried 'ro-ps who have been lying in t he
XARMHY LOSSE, S
lie said the invention will great
’ Ut.misj-1!>' Judge Bellinger in D<
.le-Msat “Hd Fello**
General Otis had to rep >rt to the ly expediate communication.
I v p i«.
In vi wi>f th success which at
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fii I ’ ir ' ■
War department today rt luted to , Among the incorporntois of tin
Ti. ■ 11 ■■■. !!ri . i f
l> d ' he uc:' of the American
the ca-mahie-- that have occured Bo|con,r,anv ¡s Harry A. Garfield,
11.1)11 .<• \ x--n on '
I force« at M nil a l.'-t Saturday and
far among .he American troops j ,-hl<-Ht son of the late President Gar-
t- A- d ¡iiíx,
ii iv. Gen rid Otis di sir- d to
r<- id i amp ì : >• a; p d to t :
the result of the actions since Sun- (ie;J
Circuit Court of Aprs 1?, V. hi. I reduce II ilo at once and have an day night. Matters in Luzon are !
A ITONNEY AT L aw ,
■ wis argued bi U S Semiior Sim-
uipli isai.t duty over. Army of- now in a state of temporary quirt
I >st . < )l lit •( ■ :it I ]( >i 1< >
appeared m pa rson î r tl e Mi it.>r> ii. i rs here say he is pursuing the aparently, and one of tho olliei.il.*.!
Road Uonipriiv and \'torni . Wil
per course in Minning his vic who knows as well ns anyone what
Washington, Feb. 9—Ten postal
» ' R 1C ng of th- firm ■ f Km.’ A- Sax -.i v nt the beginning of the wet-k is going on, said this afternoon that employes ar>'now en r< ute for th.'
H i ton, i f this oit v. who nppe l’ i to i. ke pil.e insurgents in Manila
he ilidnot expect to li'-ar imp• rt.iiit Philippines to ai l Directors of
ki a 2->.-'
imi Iloilo on the run and ir. this developments in the Philippines | Posts Vailo in' stnqli hing a mod
Tiie decision in favor of Coin will drive ail thoughts of renewing the for the next four or lived ya.
■ ««’ service. This numl er includes
NOTARY PUBl-V* . biing good news to many s tilers in conilict from their heads.
Secretary Alger repeated his s v('" H'g'thir bonced postofiici
Malheur'r' lity and other’ irts of
■tat laeut made yesterday that l>e|‘,,ork» “n<l three «»»“X
| Ort C n. who have built hut ■■ s o:
ANOTHER BATTLE AT
had sent no instructions to Otis, vic".1 expert*. 1 hoy carry impor
tices bifore U- 8.1 and ORIcc.
I the land and have lately been ii
and, in answer to .".n inquiry ns to tant instructions and among other
, fear of loosing their well eatm il
the projected movement towards a! things are dir- ted to open up th. I
Manila, Feb. 10. 7:19 P. M—The landing at Iloilo, ad p I (hat if r'-s'ofli-'i s nt Iloilo. Ono of their
It is generally known that th' ; American forces at 3: H this after- General Miller had bcm < irdered to' l'lrs*' Julies probably will be restor-
rurvi companies never earned ti.c| noon made a ■ nibine-l attack up make a landing, the order must ing the j> >.*tal service nt Cavite.
' land but hi id the legal title through on Caloucan and reduced it in short Lave been given by Otis for it had
PHYSICIAN AXD SURGEON mere technicalities of the law. th< order. At a signal from the tower r.ot gone trem the war department. | I Gold seems to be required to
the The impressi ju prevails, ho vver. i make the keys with which the
Residcne ¡ general i entiment of the people is ■»f the De La Lome church,
i in favor of the settlers.— Baker 1 Unit'd States double turruted mon- that this moveoieut is already un ■
| itc-r Monadnock opened fire from <1 r way and it v aid notbe . ur-1
OREGON City Record.
If “Buck” (..rant had used more
1 of his mothers letters, and less
1 of somebody s money, he might
have done better in his d ish for
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
OREGON FORWARDING CO
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Lítale inaner |»roin| 'I' a-ieniled to.
We sell everything you may want
and our stock is complete in every
LIVE AND LIT LIVE”
h our MOTTO.
JW interests are our
>• I in this column arc w'rirtly
«foiily the wetk of J fkuc . These
I strait * ai;d | rices. ro « h ! s and
k L.r ibernaci’, »w. ? »» many of
• re •**!<! at an iv "ini J< »s to l.s.
ure. only tell In limited quanti'hr
LOWEST PRICES. I
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON-
ucararz? silo :o Clotbi;
Medical Eiamieer for He
» mi » Muta ti Lió r.’orar.c ■ Co.
fW' thc« it iri Uei.ce.
.1 PENNY .'.IM I».
D. L í MDSAY,
Phy.ic a i & Surgió».
ch these prices.
Wc are desirous of clo*ir.g'out
our entire stuck of Clothing and
• for the next 30 days will give un
precedented bargains in that line
WATCH THIS COLUM’I
Harpy C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
!>raw< plan, mak< s i stimuli *, etc
ligurgi vci.o ii»“ dtiinati’H.
Buildings put up witbin the amount of
J :7"Sntisrac(ion guaranteed.'
Br ek and lime always on hand at the yard
R7"ltesi ler.ee Hanley bouse.
Bicycle», Mowing .Maukine», Gun
.’ i ACHIN'E SHOP I' N CONNIlt TlON,
Cheap tor Cash.
None <;f the publislicis who are
ing 1 ongr ■ t > t.ii.c the duty
off of w od pulp and white papci JL_S-
c.m consistently advocate a pro
tective tariff, in their papers, but
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(hat will not prevent their doing-
!t is not surprising tint Cubans
si. . . J object to our military ofli-
c al* granting perpetual comes,inn
ol value during their tempoiary
authority on the island. If we
intend giving the islan 1 up to its
inhabitants, we have no right Io
be granting conecssi ns that will
lie binding upon them after our
authority has been withdtawn.
Harney \ alley Brewery.
f WHlTf . Vrct eM««O«iV
From week to week (¡ml
avail yourselres of the
Low P RIF ES.
CAI ;WELl, IDAHO
Er. E. Burchie rf
p-ilia Ur-Ill 'V roth ef ol! Î •’
1?SF-W rite us for Prices.
8. W. MILLER.
Tile country would like to know'el»- repaired promptly and salisfictorally
the true inw trduess of the evident1
hatred of < Jen. Miles and Ad-1
miral Scelcv by the administration.'
j. w b:s«s,
We solicit your tra I and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT to all
Dr. W.L. Mars den,
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. FEBRUARY 15 IS'.)'.)
BURNS, — — —
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
Collections promptly made.
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