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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1899)
Hott («or* the Battle.
42.26 a pt J B Rowland die t 3 r 4 1,618
P H Messner et ux to John M
T M and Ida Laughlin to John
Williams and II M Roberts lot 1
Lieut. J. A. Young lias written to his
Linke 160 a see 28-2-5................
blk 3 North Yamhill.................. 1,3.50
friend and former employer an interest W H Bond et al to W H Barnard
Louisa M Smith to Elijah Hutch
ing letter, from which we make the fol
ens 200 a secs 25 and 36 t 2 r 3. . 1000
lots I and 2 blk 11 Deskins’ 2d
low mg extract :
add to New berg .................
5 J C Nelson and wf to E P Utter lot
Well with all our peaceful intents the A L Fryer and wf to G A Douglas
5 blk 7 11 & L add to Newberg.
negroes have forced us to a tigtit. We
came here to lick Spain and we did it.
After we had done so, the natives were
very friendly, (Maricana l’hilipeuo much
amego, Maricana Spaniard much a boom
boom,) but they soon began to take ad
vantage of our kindness and to think
they would send us home, and gradually
they commenced to get saucy and mean
to us,and to raise an army. When we were
in Cavite they were living in palaces,
while our officers and men were living
in the rotten old Spanish barracks.
As the Spring time in Oregon or any other
Why, the s—of b—even refused 11s a
place to bury our dead ; but we got a
country are new and old customers at our store.
place all the same, and got it just where
we wanted it.
They had guards all
around, in and out of town. We could
not go anywhere without running into
them, and a fellow did not know when
he was going to be held up by their
This season in all probability, and to have flow-
guards. Then w hen we came to Manila
they never left the trenches, but at once
other varieties will have to be cultivated.
began to repair them and make more and
better, and they gradually forced them
We have a great variety of seeds.
selves nearer the city, until we could not
go two miles from town without being
run in and taken before some of their
higher officials to chew the rag for half
an hour Finally they made us so much
But you need the best of seeds from reliable
trouble, we would not go any place. That
made them bolder, ami they began to
See our stock and prices. We have
make it pretty hot for our men on out
post. They would drive them in every
Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets.
once in a wbile, until it got so it was
more than we could stand
you, all thia time our men had strict
orders not to tire on them ; but on Feb
ruary 4th they gave orders, that if they
And we congratulate our farmer friends on their
made any advances, to fire. As usual,
they started to crowd the Nebraska boys
improved prospects. Hurrah for Spring !
back, but they made a mistake for that
was just what they wanted them to do.
Good Groceries Always in Stock at the Old Reliable
After commanding them twice to halt,
they kept on coming. The guard shot
House of over Ten Years' Standing.
the three of them, and he said he had no
more than done so when they began to
pop up all along the line.
been crawling in on our men. The
light started a I mil I the center of the line
alxnit 8:31 p m.,and before morning the
entire line was at it red hot, and by 9
o'clock the next day, the niggers were
making a running tigtit. and if we had
had enough troops thev would ba run
ning yet. Alter anyone had stood w l at
we have stood from them, it would
do his heart good to walk over that bat
tlefield and out to their trenches and see
the dead niggers.
Some places they
were piled four deep in their trenches.
I was in one place where I could count
over a hundred and not move out of my
'racks, and 63 of them were within 100
feel of me, but 1 did not get to see the
place where otlr man in ule the biggest
killing, tbir regiment was not in the
Are you weak?
Have you a bad taste in vour mouth?
fight, but Co. A has been in one since.
Are you all run down? Are you cranky and fretful ?
We are doing patrol duty in the Binondo
Have you rheumatism? A re you troubled with pimples?
district, which is I he toughest part of
Are you troubled with boils?
New Manila. Tne natives made an at
Any one of these symptoms means that vour blood is out of
tempt o> burn the tow n, which resulted
order and uature is trying to throw out the impurities through
in burning about three blocks and the
death oi 150 niggers, of which Co. A have
these channels. Assist nature to do its work b.v taking
1.5 notches on their gun stocks.
Just as CUeleome
Roses cuill be Seance
Gardens are Sure
Wheat’s All Right I
ï(cu 9¡red ?
K m me Transfers*
Week ending \pril 12th:
John Kirkwood et ux to John
Na-li 10.» a pt Jno Kirkwood die
t 5 r ::
Marion McMillen and wf to Joseph
Bear 80 a in see 30 t 4 r 5
A II and Addie Laughlin to Thos
I. Peak 101.. a pt Jas Scott die
Th.>s I. Poak et al to A II Laughlin
47 a pt Jas Scott die ...
Dr. Lowe’s Sarsaparilla.
Our 15 years' experience stands behind it as a reliable, honest
blood purifier. Purely vegetable.
75 Cents a Bottle.
ROüERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists.