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?I Mí sT E«UC,i*a he-1 1 MJ
CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1890.
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BURNS, HARNEY’ COUNTY,
The only effective stand made by he had several weeks before, up-
was at an earthwork half holding the provisional government
As a result of this the Mat.iaf.ms
A nickle in the slot machine lias
- General MacAitliur Entera the a **>>1“ ___
from Malolos __
and on ,_j|
■ right where the Nebraska regiment, assembled in large force and .In m- been placed on the market recently
O bc Year ..........
! asjwas the case yesterday, had the med in the town. The British which, for the small consideration
Six Mouths ................................................l.UO I
the cruiser Royalist brought the Mal- mentioned, will furnish to the
ietoa prisoners from the prisoners friends of a departed one, a suitable
I General MacArthur entered Malolos.
from the islands to which they had epitaph fur the tomb or a eulogy
G W. McBride. the seat of the so called insurgent
front, was the first man in Malolos been transferred by -lie provisional in verse appropriate for the wind
government, at 9:30 o’clock this followed by a gruup of dashing government.
ing up of an obituary. Here are
I W . K. EHh
M. 1 bileman
___ • inorning, the rebels burning the
Attorney General .......
a few selections which are promptly First Class Goods
Wm il P
Kansans. The Filipino flag, which
4-cretary ef State
......... li R Kincaid city and simultaneously evacuating
given out by the sympathetic mach
was flying from the center of the :
............ GM Irwin it. They are now in full retreat to
3upt. Publie IuNtructiou
Tha largest Stock:
center of the town, was hauled down ! The Americans then fortified) ine, when a nickle has be n placed
R.......... W 11 Loeds
north where Aguinaldo
?. 8. Bean. ward
by some men of the Montana regi Mulinuu where 22,000 Malietoans
Tlio Xiowcst Fricos.
and the cabinet have been for two ment, who si bsequently raised their took refuge The rebels—the aJ_’*eeking comfort:
• A. Moore
XINETM JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
own obove it.
1 herents of Mataafa—barricaded the "My friends, 1 bid you all adieu.
0latri«t Jud:;e ................D
. ..M.D. C liffokd
’u /wii'lirrish. | lie was met with strong opposi-
V.’e solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT ta *11
From the reports gathered by the roads within the municipality and A more sudden death 1 never knew;
Juint-Se.iator ............ ’ .(K e *. °.’. a '. vhuJwai,' tion, the rebels resisting desperately .
prisoners ( seized the British houses. An ul-
but losing heavily.
rebel timatum was sent to them, in the She kicked and killed me quicker*!!
....... Jarno A Sparrow
SouRty j uá¡<e-----
General Hall’s brigade is advanc
armv is constantly losing strength event
refusal, with a bonbaril-
J. ('. W c ’t ome ing north from the water works and army
< ■ <> \\ In Illg
on account of desertions and that. in0“t’ to commence at 1 o’clock on ¡"A lady named Mary McGuire,
A . J. McKinnon
..' *aV But hauan driving the left wing of the enemy
Had trouble in lighting the fire.
although the enemy may make one the afternoon of March 15.
íehaol Superinteut nient - -ti»)
A. K. KiehardBcn across.
The wood being green,
She used kerosene;
THE FLAG RAISED.
Aguinaldo will degenerate, in per
This was ignored and the rebels ;
haps a month, to a few hundred
KAUSSY u R, LAND orricr. :
Manila. March 31,3 p n>—The
. Geo.^W Ha'un
She lias gone where the fuel is
American flag was raised over Ma
! tion of United Statesand British
. warfare in the mountains.
----- AGENTS FOR-----
lolos at 10 o’clock this morning.
1 This afternoon the victorious consulates about half an hour be-| ‘ Down the muzzle of a shot-gun
The Kansas regiment and the Mon
‘'lAmetican army is feasting on co- , forejthe
...... for bonbardment
Blew careless Eli Hatch.
tana regiment, on entering the city,
, Porpoise and They found his head next morning
SYLVA »EBZKA1I UegreeNo.lS
■Jonnd it deserted, the presidency
McCormck Harvesting Machory
I a well earned rest, while a hospital Royalist opened ¿fire upon the dis
V...never* l.tandSd WeilnCB*lu> ■
In Jobson's cabbage-patch.”
•MinsJeinm M.-l'l e. . n S.G-
burning and the rebels retreating
M fj IsronaZelljIcr. Kev.sec J. |tovards (!)p
"Here lies my Mary Ann at rest
mountains in a state)
ficultyjn locating the enemy, owing
With her head on good old Abra
gWWrite us for Prices.
61. W. Sums Ledge, No 47
to the dense forests but several
Meet«every 2d and-ithThursdays.
shore villages were soon in flames.
H M Horton, M. W
That is nice for Mary Ann,
FIGHT AT SAMOA
J.W sa.wr, Ke
A defective shell from the Phila But mighty tough on Abraham."
delphia exploded near the Ameri
American and Engli h Warships can consulate and the mariners "Little Johnny had a monkey
Washington, March 31.—The fol
up " a J-
Bomhard and Destroy S ot
outside narrowly escaped. A frag
lowing dispatch was received at the
ment struck the leg of Private He sucked the paint from off the |
eral Shore Villages.
war department early this morning: i
Kudge shattering it so badly as to)
• Manila, March 31.—The troops |
C Ä- SWÉÊK,
then grew deathly sick.
i amputation. Another
' are resting at Malolos. A consider- | Apia, Samoan islands, March 23. fragment
’s tail now stands up
traversed to the German
able portion of the city was <1 destoyed | (v>!l •■Auckland, N Z, Ma:eh 29.) consulate, smashing crockery The
one The tioubles growing out of the
hy fire. Our casualties are
O retro ».
The puppy <loes not have to hide; |
'election of a king of Samoa have Germans then went on board the
killed and 15 wounded.
The monkey climbs his pole no
a more --------------
serious turn ----
and - re- German cruiser Falko.
Draws plan, maki-s estimates, etc. Buildings put up within the amenai o'
O tis . I I taken
j figures given inestiiuates.
J ffSatiafaelion guaranteed.
'Since little Johnny died.”
¡ REBELS DEPART FROM THE
villiages along the shore by the
Washington, March 31.—A mod I
' Manila, 3:55 p m.-It is evident I | United State8 cruiser Philadelphia,
Aguinaldo doesn’t understand
.that the rebels for some time past Admiral Kautz commanding, and
NOTARY PCni.r* have abandoned all hope of holding '>ie British cruisers Porpoise and Samoan troubles lias been proposed the English (language, Lut just
'their capita), for the Americans, Ruyalist. The bonbardment has and is now under favorable consid now he probably has a realizing
CTUEGOl^ I 'bund there evidences of elaborate continued intermittently for eight eration by the three governments sense of what is meant by the
It contemplates the
¿y "r^ tie<‘s before V- S. Land Office.
. evacuation. / On
a - days. Several villages have been concerned.
Americanism, “Up against it.”
hi“h commission |
the railroad the rails and ties for I burned and there have been a num-
consieting of one member from each
about a mile had been torn up and I bvr of casualties among the Ameri
country to pass upon the recent' T hf . T imes -H erald can furnish
probably thrown into the river. can and British sailorsand mari- clash of authority and resulting vou letter headg a,,(] envP|op<.B
The only prisoners captured were a | nes. As yet it is impossible to esti
printed at what you will have to
few Chinamen. They said Aguin- mate the number of natives’killed disorder.
The proposition, it is understood, H.-ty for them not printed,
alilo left Malolos last Wednesday.
was put forward by Germany nnd I
be principal citizens of Malolos,
PROCLAMATION BY KAUTZ.
is the second one submitted fora
N oth e —Have you a farm fori
the r families nnd goods, have been
of the entire question. ga|e or f„r reh, , or do w you
-- know of
— | 1
OREGON I taken to the country over the rail-,
HARDWARE C HOCH or y
holding farming lands,
¡3111 <1 HI 11 the
j/a i/v a cavil «»a govern-
|fcw\e*ii Up f to the present time no final sc- any
road, while others have departed' Stituteing
I on foot, carrying their possessions ment continued to defy the treaty ceptance 1ms been given either by that they wish to dispose of? If
n_ the United States or • by - Great - Brit gr>, please write to any <>. R. A- N
ami driving their cattle at,d other. after the arival of the Philidelphia.
ain. but, in view of the acute trou agent and he will send you a circu
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
| animals la-fore them. Most of ihe Admiral Kautz summoned the var
r< bel Lrces were removed yester- ious consuls and the senior naval
MACHINE SHOP 1 N CONNECTION. Ciejelcs, Mewiag Maabiaaa, «
B urms , ....................
O regon (¡av afternoon to position east of the officers to a conference on board the days, all parties seem much inclin
Cvllec-ion-, I.and bu.inea«. nnd lieu. ...
Is. repaired promptly aud aiilisfacterally
Enlate matter proiui ilv attatideJ to.
river, leaving only some small Philadelphia, when the whole situ
least some pros;x-ct of a solution.
I bands it, the strong trenches in ation was carefully canvassed. The
This is bort.e out by today’s cable
upshot was a resolution to dismiss
¡ front of Malulos.
from Berlin r< ferring to the
the provisional government and
R M. TERSER.
J. W B!«US.
the rebel capital at 7 o’clock thia Admiral Kautz issued a proclama- favorable acceptance of the latest
morning with two rapid firing guns (ion calling upon Mataafa and his proposition. The cable gives no
BIGG & TURNER
hint of the specific proposition but
| flanking the trick, two guns of the chiefs to return to their homes.
it is on the lines above laid down.
1 Utah artillery on the right nnd two
Herr Soil, the new head of the mu
BERNS, — — — — OREGON.
okehos . cunR of ,|ie Sixth artillery. The
Mataafa evacuated Mulinuu, the nicipality of Sitnoa, is expecte 1 to
Practice in nil the courts of Ore. Kansas and the Mnntnna regiments
WHOLESALE DEALER I \
moved upon Malolos and the Ne town he bad his head quarters and arrive at the German embassy to
Collections promptly .made.
braska and the Pennsylvania regi- went into the interior. H< rr Rose day or tomorrow ar.d the German
the Third artillery kept the German consul at Apia, issued ambassador will paesent him to the
ments s and
a proclamation supplementing one officials here.
. along the light of the railroad.
OREGON FORWARDING GL
THE LEADING FIRM OF EASTERN OREGON.
We sell everything you may want
and our stock is complete in every
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Bilder
Brick Laying and
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
C. H. VOEQTLY
PHYSICIAN Jt SURGEON.
Physician & Surgeon.
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