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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 24 March 1899

The Dewey. Best Brand of Brandies, Whiskies, Gins, Heavy and Light Wines, etc. ALBANY BEER ON DRAUGHT. Best .Brands of Cigars. AL WAUGH, Prop. Nj CASH TALKS TOLEDO COMHISSION HOUSE. Will Sell Yon Than you can expect to buy of credit houses, where you pay the bills owed by the man who don't pay. Your trade in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, KLOUR and FEED in solicited. T. P. FISH, Mner, Toledo, O. owge) VVnbll IISJHHHi-iL r-auuuu.H& IN BEAU IN EVE REQUISITE Y f III IIITlllllVl comjRVcrioHi r- CLEVAtfD. OHIO. Cedar Mill and Fixture Company 0. U. ATTREE, Manager. ')eir Cedar Lumber, SASH, DOOltS, MOULDINS, SHINGLES A.t Lowest Prices. A. T. PETERSON, Agent, Toledo, Oregon THE 9 Th rice-a-week JCtf i t ion . Ill pages a wfek, 150 papers a Year. A paper as useful to you at a great '. daily for only on dollar year. Better than ever. All th Nw ol All tha Wolrd All th Tim Accurate and (air to everybody. Democratic and (or the people. Afulnitt truati and all moiioH)lle. Brilliant lUuntratloiu. Hto...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

MS Volume VII. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, March 31, 1899. Number i, Don't You Know That, we give more groceries for one dollar than any other house in the city.' If not it will pay you to call and be convinced. We always have on hand fresh goods. A FULL LINE OF Groceries, Dry Goods, Foot Wear. A Trial Order Will Satisfy You. HENRY LEWIS, Next door to PostoiHce. r2S9SS3?gfe!Se8S Masters Clifford Crosno and OF INTEREST TO Everett Jones tied a pack on behind W EVERYBODY. ftj their saddles Saturday morning and, yM mounting their hossts, went to Everybody in this section ab sorbed all the sunshine they could Sunday. Otter Rock for a holiday. Tbey ' returned late Sunday night having had a splendid outing. J. A. HALL, Land Commissioner, TOLEDO, OREGON. Special attention given to filings and final proofs. -Correspondence solicited. T. Huntsucker and Geo. Emerson from down-river, were doing busi ness in our city Monday. Jack Allphin raised and placed new blocks under the house of Austin...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

t ...A GAME WITH DEATH... $ , J ANNOGA, an Indian boy of the tribe of the , Coeur d'Alenes, was sitting one evening with Aakloo, his little sister, at the edge of the forest dn the shore of Coeut d'Aleue Lake and was telling her a favorite story, when at one of her interrup tions he laughed and leaned carelessly back and looked straight In to the eyes of a cougar. "If I were drowning you would swim out Into a great lake, too, like Grand father Gray Beaver did, wouldn't you?" the girl asked. She spoke indignantly, t, 4- to. c'! 1irl nr. pVl o n 1U1 lUdl Ulj bl.C U.tU U1.U1U ml U.u LumJ. miy that boys like Kaunoga, who went to school In the reservation Instead of Into the fores, could never be brave Indians, and she va3 sure that her brother was very brave. It was her show of indignation and her eager couliJence that caused him to laugh now and to lean back. She waited, but he did not answer. With both hands clasped over his copper-colored shin, and one bare foot raised slightly above...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

After the Cooling Process. Don't cool off too quickly after be ing in an overheated room. If you do, you will need St. Jacobs Oil to cure Lumbago, which seta in very often af ter the cooling process. It relaxes the stiffened musolea. An Immune. - Biggs How is your daughter com ing on with ner music? Boggs I don't know whetehr she is improving or whether I am getting used to it. but I can stay in the house now while she is practicing. Puck. Evil Dispositions Are Early Shown." Just so evil in the blood comes out in shape of scrof ula, pimples, etc, in children and young people Taken in time it can be eradicated by using Hood's Sarsaparilla. In older people, the aftermath of irregular living shows it self in bilious conditions, a heavy head, a foul mouth, . 1 j..t'..- d ymtciui uuu t-tuiy. It is the blood, the impure blood, friends, which is the real cause. Purify that with Hood's Sarsaparilla and happi ness will reign in your family. Blood Poison "I lived in abed of fire fur years owi...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

CORVALLIS & EASTERN RAILROAD. TIME CARD. No. 2. For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:50 p. tn. " ' Corvallis 1:45 p. m. Arrive Yaquina, 6:00 p. tn. No. 1. Returning: Leaves Yaquina 7:00 a. m. " Ccrvallis 11:40 a. m. Arrive Albany 12:25 p. m. For Detroit: Leaves Corvallis 7:30 a. m. " Albany 8:05 a. m. Arrive Detroit 12:20 p. m. Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:40 p. m. " Albany 6:05 p. m. Arrive Corvallis 6:55). in. No. t and No. 2 connect at Al bany and Corvallis w ith Southern Pacfiic trains giving direct service to and from Newport and adjacent beaches. Train for the mountains ai rive at T lr T-rv W of- rrnti rritirnr Itnnlp timp j o 1 to reach camping grounds on the Breitenbush and Santiam rivers same day. II. L. Walden, Edwin Stone, T. F. & P. A. Manager. Forced Sale of Wotches and Clocks. at M. HANSEN'S. Watchmaker and Jeweler. All work done In tirst-class manner. SHOULD YOU NEED -of any kind, call on- Dr. DARNELL. Prescriptions a Specialty. .Sweetest Candies, The Freshest ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

THE LEADER. W. L. DAVIS, Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899. ?0 t ""if"1 T txt nrTi?i? City council Monday night. County court meets next week. Al Waugb returned from Portland List evening. Mrs. Kyniston departed to Halsey Tuesday morning. Lot Powell passed Valleyward Tuesday morning. Moses Gregson spent Tuesday flight at Yaquina. Ladies' Aid meets at Mrs. Chris. Cubler next Tuesday. Time is now for Spring work, et it not be delayed. Ed Beeman was a passenger for Yaquina last evening. Mrs. Charlie Hawkins returned rom Halsey last evening. J Mrs. C. E. Hawkins departed for lalsey Tuesday morning. C. C. Hogue passed through our cjty to Yaquina last night. I Geo. Hodges of Salado, was a londay caller in our city. 1 Frank Wadsworth went Yaquina- jvard on Saturday's train. C. W. Bogue of the Club Parlors, visited Yaquina Saturday night. Staytou shorts, flour and clioo at Yaq. Bay Merc. Co. Garden Seed, Grass Seed and Onion Sets in bulk, at Krog- tad s. Lndies hosiery, bargains, at the Racket...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

hineoln County Leader W. Ij. DAVIS. Editor. tOLEDO OREGON. I NEWS OF 1 WEEK Comprehensive Review of the Import ant Happenings of tha Past Week Culled From the Telegraph Column. Five thousand bonieseekers are on their way from St. Paul to North Pa cific coast points. A dispatoh to the London Evening News from Brussels revives the rumor that Cardinal Gibbons may be the next pope. Another battle lias occurred at Ilo Ho, in which one American was killed and 15 wounded. The rebels lost 20 killed and 800 were wounded. General Otis informs the war de partment that he cannot spare at pres ent the volunteers now in the Philip pines, but hopes to be able to do so soon. During the absence of John Dian and wife, of Greenfel, Manitoba, from their farm, their residence caught tire, and their rive children were burned to death. Severe weather continues throughout Great Britain. Great loss has occurred among livestock, and London lias ex perienced the heaviest snowfall of this winter. The Argentine...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

MM ADVANCING A. Great Battle Near the Rebel Capital. REBELS SET FIRE TO MALABON The Stubborn Resistance of the Insur. gents Hat Surprised the War De partmentMany Thousand! Engaged Washington, March 28. The war department tonight received the fol lowing: "Manila, Maich 28. Adjutant General, Washington: MaoArthur's advance is beyond Newcanayan, two miles beyond Polo, nine miles from Manila, and fifteen miles from MaloloB. iTlie railroad will be repaired to the 'advance point tomorrow, and the ftroops will be supplied by cars. Mac jArthur will press on tomorrow. He is liiow in the open country. The insur gents are stoutly resisting behind suc ceeding lines ot intrenchments, from which our troops continually drive them. Manila is perfectly quiet, and the native inhabitants appear to be re lieved of anxiety and fear of insur gents. Captain Krayenbuh, commis sary lieutenant, Third artillery, is -Annrtnllr wnnnrlod OTI " .-"W ffcWJ - - ' -fc A .... I Manila. March 28. Thn United States tro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 31 March 1899

he D ewey, THE LEADER. W. L. DAVIS, Editor. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1899. Best Brand of Brandies, Whiskies, Gins,i Heavy and Light Wines, ete. j ALBANY BEEK, ON DRAUGHT. 1 3 ( s t 13 rands o I ' C i g'f . AL WAUGH, Prop. as whole milk creameries. The milk was brought to the creamery daily or twice a day and set in large, shallow pans or deep cans in a pool of cold water, allowed to stand until the cream had risen when it was skimmed off by hand. The skim milk was a waste product and often hard to dispose of. This form of bay, when it was decided to the fate of the future appropriations to a board of engineers. It now TOLEDO COMHISSION HOUSE. Will Soil You Goods For Casli jbb CHEAPER Than you can expect to buy of credit houses, where you pay the bills owed Your trade in GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ' FLOUR and FEED in solicited. ' T. P. FISH, Mner, Toledo, O. a til 1 1 1 1 1 I i ryt.i w x x ; j i www nt per QUALITIES! in DEAUT) IN EVER REQUISITE ni COflSTRUCTIOi A Partial Victory. A partial vict...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

I 4 - Volume VII. Don't You Know That we pive more groceries for one dollar than any other house in the city: If not it will pay yon to call and be convinced. We always have on hand fresh goods. I A Kl'LL LINE OF ( iroccries, Dry Goods, Foot Wear. A Trial Order Will Satisfy You. HENRY LEWIS, Next door to l'ostoflice. J. A. HALL, Land Commissioner, TOT..WT10, OPFttrw, Special attention given to filings and final proofs. -Correspondence solicited. MINNIE A. OWll AM, Portrait Artist. Enlarges portraits in Crayon and Pastel. Good work; reasonable prices. Frames furnished it desired. TOLEDO, OREGON. DIRECTORY. LINCOLN COUNTY. Joint Senator Joint Kepresentative, I'ounty Judge clerk Sheriff Treasurer School Superintendent Surveyor Assessor Coroner J. I. Daly fi. E. Davis - .I.K.Stewart Hurley LuU J. II. Ross J. L. Hyde (ieo. llethers Z. M. Derrick F. M. Wadsworth It. K. Darnell W. It. Wakefield F. A. Godwin Commissioners County Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesday after the first Monday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

.,( 1 1 'i 'i : i. i I:. !IV ;t: Hi - . i ,1 . ; .1 . 4 '! . f '! 4 . 1 ' '. i i i : ; - 1 I; i V I ; r. 'J' I : )! ,, Lincoln Gounty Leader W. X.. DAVIS. Editor. tOLEDO OREGON. THE MS OF I WEEK Comprehensive Review of the Import ant Happening! of tha Past Week Culled From the Telegraph Colnmni. General Miller, now in the Philip pines, having reached his 64th year, has retired. President McKinley has returned to Washington after an outing of two weeks and a day. Stocks of the sugar companies in the Hawaiian market are booming and large advances are noted all through the list. A list prepared in the office of the adjutant-general shows the casualties in Manila since February 4 to be 15? killed and 864 wounded. A dispatch to the Daily Mail from Vienna says there are 20,000 oases of influenza in the city of Brunn, capital of the province of Moravia. Austria, and that the death rate is enormous. The restoration of the wages of 1,700 CluptOyda ill the York uoliuil uuiiid, Saoo, Me., is a...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

FILIPINO CAUSE 18 1081 Aguinaldo's Men Desert to the American Lines. NATIVES WAVING WHITE FLAGS Philippine Commlailon Will lssne a proclamation Demanding Uncon dllional Surrender. Manila, April 4. The arrival of Col onel Denby, the last member of the Amerioan Philippine commission, lias decided the commission to issue a proc lamation to the rebels at once. It con tains no reference whatever to inde pendence, and calls for an uncondition al surrender of Aguinaldo and hia forces. All round Malolos white flags are be ing waved by groups ot natives and deseiters from Aguinaldo's army. MacArthur is allowing all such to come within the lines, but is insisting on close inspection, to prevent treachery. It is believed that the rebels will make a fight at Mariquina, near Ma nila, where a clash between Hall's troops and the tebels took place the other day. This would please the Americana, as it id believed u decisive battle could be secured. From the re ports of deserters who are pouring into...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

CORVALLIS & EASTERN RAILROAD. TIME CARD. No. 2. For Yaquina: Train leaves Albany 12:50 p. m. " ' Corvallis 1:45 P- m Arrive Yaquina, ' 6:00 p. m. No. 1. Returning: Leaves Yaquina 7:00 a. m. " Corvallis 11:40 a. m. Arrive Albany 12:25 p. m. For Detroit: Leaves Corvallis 7:30 a. m. " . Albany 8:05 a. m. Arrive Detroit 12:20 p. m. Returning: Leaves Detroit 12:40 p. m. " Albany 6:05 p. m. Arrive Corvallis 6:55 p. m. No. 1 and No. 2 connect at Al bany and Corvallis with Southern Pacfiic trains giving direct service to and from Newport and adjacent beaches. Train for the mountains at rive at Detroit at noon giving ample time to l'caCu camping kiuuuus on the Breitenbush and Santiarn rivers same day. II. L. Warden. Edwin Stone, T. F. & P. A . Manager. Forced Sale of Watches and Clocks. at M. HANSEN'S, Watchmaker and Jeweler. Alt work done in first-class manner. Address, TOLEDO, OKEUON. SHOULD YOU NEED -of any kind, call on Dr. DARNELL, ---; Prescriptions a Specialty, Sweetest Candie...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

THE LEADER. W. L. DAVIS, Editok. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1899. I LOCAL, IN BRIE All nature smiles. Spring is surely with us. Bro. Matthews attended court Wednesday. Ed Schmeer is wrestling with an attack of pneumonia. E. H. Bryant went to Eddyville Tuesday to hold services. Lafe Pepin was knocking around on our streets Wednesday. Miss Ollie Boone is working at the home of Moses Gregson. The creamery received about iooo pounds of milk Monday. The Ladies' Aid meets at the home of H. E. Collins next week. John Robinson came home again from Portland the last of the week. J. B. Zeigler appeared on our streets from lower Siletz Wednes day. Stayton shorts, flour and chop at Yaq. Bay Merc. Co. Garden Seed, Grass Seed and Onion Sets in bulk, at Krog stad s. Ladies' hosiery, bargains, at the Racket. Just in. Typewriter paper and supplies on hand at Krogs tad's. Another new invoice of goods at the Racket this morning. Step in and see them. Will Ford moved his family yes terday into the cottage opposi...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

AT the head of tho 5,000 regulars In tho Philippine Islands Is ft modern fighting machine. Its name Is Lawton Iloury W. Lawton and for nearly forty years It has worn the uniform of the United States army. It has risen from the ranks, this fight ing machine, leaving behind It other ninchiuca as strong possibly, but less fortunate. Henry V. Lawton was born In Ohio fifty-six years ago. He was a country boy and got only a common school edu cationnot any too much of It. It Is to 1)0 doubted If he would have learned a great deal If kept steadily at college un til he attained his majority. Emphat ically he Is not a book man. Studying the printed page has been to him al ways a bisk and never a pleasure. Men are his books men and happenings. His folk were plain farmer folk. From them he derived his length and size of lone. The tremendous muscles, the tireless end urn nee which have marked hint tu later life had the beginning of the development In the open nlr of the fields of his boyhood. It...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

Don't Mind the Weather, TWA is one thing that does not mind the weather, and that is rheuma tism; and one thing that does not mind rheumatism is St. Jacobs Oil, as it goes to work upon it and cures light off. A Town Without Dogs. Pinek. Bohemia, is probably the only dogless town in the world. In conse quence of a death from hydrophobia, the authorities ordered every dog in the ,aoe tilled. Chioago Tribune. 11 Spring Unlocks The Flowers To Taint ihe Laughing Soil." And not even Nature 'would allow the flowers to grow and blossom to perfection without good soil. Now Nature and people are much alike; the former must have sunshine, latter must have pure blood in order to have perfect health. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood troubles of all sorts. It is to the human system what sunshine is to nature the destroyer I " . Poor Blood "The doctor said there were not seven drops of good blood in niv . i ii i ' e ..1 -in,. Ki.il, .. DOQv. nwua pui?o'auui Lmiit sue nu and'niade me strong and well...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 7 April 1899

The ewey. Best Brand of Brandies, Whiskies, Gins, Heavy and Light Wines, etc. ALBANY 3EER ON DRAUGHT. 'I3es( 'DrancLs ol'Ciu'Jirs. AL WAUGH, Prop. CASH TOLEDO COMHISSION HOUSE. Will Sell You Than you can expect to buy of credit houses, where you pay the bills owed by the man who don't pay. Your trade, its CIlOCKIilKS FLOUR and FKKD in solicited T. P. FISH, Mncr, " ' ' ' QUALITIES! In BEAM IN EVER REQUISITE 0 CONSTRUCTION CLEVjELAM. OHIO. Cedar Mill and Fixture Company 0. 11. ALTltEE, 3Ianascr. Dealers in Cedar SASH, DOOllS, MOULDIjS'S, SHINGLES .A.I Jo-west IVieos. A. T. l'ETEKSOS, Asenl, Toli'du, Orcgoii TIIlv 1W YORK nil, Th vi c-t -inrl; 1UU t ion . 115 piijros a wvck, 15() payors a Voar. A mier ns useful to you hs n icront H ilully (or Kiily ono dollnr h your. Ilvttcr thnn ever. All the New o( All the Wolnl All tho Time At'iMiriile unit diir to ovoryliody. Pomoc ratio mid (or tho Hok. AKiiltiHt tructi" and nil iiuiiioiioIIok. ttrllllniit llliistrHllons. stories ly KH'u Hiilhors ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 April 1899

gmmk wottnto Mender. Volume VII. Don't You Know That we give more groceries for one dollar than any other house in the city: It not it will pay you to call and be convinced. We always have on hand fresh goods. A FULL LINE OF Groceries, Dry (roods, Foot Wear. A Trial Order Will Satisfy You. HENRY LEWIS, Next door to I'ostofllee. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, April 14, 1899. Number 6. J. A. HALL, Land Commissioner, . TOLEDO, OREGON. ;.Hb1 attention friven to Mines and final proofs. jfdgf-Oorrespondence solicited. MINMU A. OWJl AM, Portrait Artist. Enlarges portraits in Crayon and Pastel. Good work; reasonable prices. Frames famished if desired. TOLEDO, OREGON. DIRECTORY. uxor,! roi'M'v. J. D. Daly G. E. Davis .1. F. Stewart Hurley Lutz J. II. Host, J. 1.. Hyde Geo. liethers Z. M. Derrick F. M. Wadsworth R. E. Darnell V. It. Wakefield F. A. Godwin County Commissioners Court meets on Wed nesday after the first Monday in February, Vpril, June, August, October and December. CIRCUIT COUR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 April 1899

Lincoln Coatity Leader W. L. DAVIS, Editor. fOLEDO ..OREGON. I MSJMIE IK Comprehensive Review of the Import ant Happening! of the Past Week Called From the Telegraph Colimni. At Ishpeming, Mich., 800 strikers dude a demonstration by parading the streets. AH the mines are olosed. Three men were killed by an ex plosion at the railroad cap factory at JBraddook, Fa. The building was wrecked. William A. Phillips, son of an In diana missionary, has been arrested for insanity in Oakland, Cal. Ovei study is the cause. A Pennsylvania freight train, near Greenburg, ran into and killed James Dristell and John Clark, and injured John McAllister. James F. El wood, of Brooklyn, fell dead in the betting-ring at Bennings after cashing a ticket on Tuttut, win ner of the third race. The president has sipnod a procla mation opening to settlement May 4, the larger poition of the Soutbein Uta reservation, in Colorado. The German plan for settling the Samoan question suits England. As America is also sat...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 14 April 1899

Ill f LUZON IN K Americans Cross the Lake to Take Santa Cruz. FIFTEEN HUNDRED PICKED MEN lwton nd King In Command-Troops or in R Transported by tha Uruai de B7i Cesto and Naplnda. Manila, April 11. At nighfall last flight. Generals Lawton and King launched an expedition of three gun boats, with 1,500 picked men in canoes in tow of the gunboats. The object of the expedition is to cross the lake, oap tur Santa Cruz and sweep the country to the south. The expedition, whioh embarked at San Pedro Macati, consists of eight companies of the Fourteenth infantry, three companies of the Fourth cavalry, (our companies of the North Dakota volunteers, four companies of the Idaho volunteers, two mountain guns and 200 ebarpshnotorb of the Fourteenth in fantry. At the mouth of the Pasig river the men will be transferred from the canoes to the three gunboats, Laguna de Bay, Cesto and Napinda. Santa Cruz, the objective point of the expe dition, is at the extreme end of the lake. The withdrawal of the...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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