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V(U_.-~V-_ -~-Nt*i'« PHILIPPINE AFFAIRS. iJAr.u alto. cal.. fkiday. December a ism.' WHOLE NO.. HU . All wo have lo do is to answer roll call ut :,■»> .■oat breakfast at 11. ,,„„ u;lr guarWw unit ,„,.« Fac* Concerning «4o.... ani-'»tSSS2^tfe£ Our Soldier Boys. notoverytliiDK mt i» coalluud to qoartenTall !Ua*- from »:15 or 9 to 11 ton Sunday till IS) : w,*niayimss*om. At 9 the now guunl «o»-k ou The following article is instdo up of amy. Thu cuani of ih« frovtoaa day i.i.mns extracts from a numlwr of letters writ*It,K* oour* °',h'- anadrawtla or our -miner*. ten from Manila by Then. ZsctfOfclro: j™«»r.ua ^^.pum-aibjmVM.dally. At .-■■■-.- , ! 11 «r Ii thin; Is roll call. Uiok.* late mum work Oiir.oirw barracks fat* what wan on** a In Ai prosmi Hwt.wMaa to dbr l,oi™ tbrouxb botanical garden. The Spaniards lu their zeal , two tmi of |wor eonor^Mo imm.lt of vriiill... loduffttd the city out down many trt»«, lupjwd j lion under our floors <ju |* we Imvo <l iuu.tr UauwtUtt off olb«r*_ rami slouc walla, hmdad ; 3 to A Kite quartos, ara op,.,. r-k. toOWu havfl Mi...* and eraotwl barbod wire ai.attia. Ti.ls j ornanwntal battalion drill, tills taKuH the olace HurvuU to keep the natives oat, hut wlr-n tlie | or dross paradu. WH-m we biivo the latter wr Am'orloun* ■adviuittea upou Manila th.i Span-; wear our white Iwlm-rta bi.t- coots white i»rasr,.mmtMbeiUnd the city walla ami hup , pants. t.rowil ieggintlt At tit,r. \ve uat" supm-r rea.teiNiil.rorUewajrhiidttwniathlain.ir^. All ttmi tUen arcoff uil »ns whmi a «li«ek-n>ll Is the bouses are a1_k«, two storlim, with tile „r ; mud,, Ttt|W lllow IU ,y ThH|i ,.„„ irwii roof:; There are are many churches; I was . \yj 0m In oue and heanl tb-; Archbishop hfibu u itniii be had carseil in bis procUwutlou. L>»o tbowhole ourfood In walltnokod and tb.m-is plenty of It. I have been eatlnit about 1 was in the hospital a week withalight at- a dozen bananas dailv. Moukeys help ns na look of muaips. The day 1 returned t.i barracks ) Hove the dullness of barracks life, but they art: the First bad received order* u, lie ready lo j coming to bo a nuiimur, to everybody h»i their march ai tvu miautes' notice, bin ttHj native* ' imo'-rs- .lui-i.-d down. However, wo were kopi ready j Cot-kmacin-s an- very 1ut*i< her- and numer- for any dlsturbanciMwo days bmyer. jous.at ulyht lbey run all over the room nud IMydiiy finally cam* around <o as: the sol- j walls. A altoplng soldk-r* face drft-s not stop di.r, r.-e.dved**n.iM.half ofit In |>eso_*-.,,akes thorn, they sample ererytb(uK within *eneh .(Uit.-aload. A money l«*U is a n.M.«;ssliy h.-r.-. nibble our shoes. However, thuy uffonl us Our battalion, the .Third. established a can-N«»m-fun. Wouderf.il stories are current about taen to help keep tbe fellows from drinking the tile aaU've.liqaoni, its profit* are to tie to the BiftHS fund. Two restimruuts kept by French- ni'-ii are doinK a thriving business The bit ii an ii. candy and soda water peddlerM are rukitur in money, they are all native women, tiora« n jitat niuiid . will. em»kl.'s and smii" w ilh me koowu delicacies for sale: they are all plctur- eiutpely dirty, w.rar low-necked calico drotote* of brijrht colors and gotlOfeiiDOt, A few Spaniards keep Hi- principal stores oil the Kscolla ChlDaso do. imsiness on side atreett, their tHMitits are exactly alike Wares «f a Kind an* imniped In a district. BbopplLg K a bowlldw j duiy-we polloe Btreet* and goatd the liospltal iuit undertaking. m j The First CUliforala is together now. The We recoivcl our whit • siits ou tli», ^tl p|Mi a-id Second bittalious have taken the Uater the h*lm»ts. also some Bpan[n_j Rhoas | qunrtor.i of the Klghteealh n-gulars, who are ami hats from the captured stores of the 1 now transferred to- Cavlte. Our barruclts an' S|>aiijsii army- I have also a new blue uniform, j uui n»i yards apart. Mali came in. 1 received tw shoddy this time. This abundaueeof cloth-[two letters fmm you and three bundles of , Hum. SwiUer has a pair trained lo curry his | Unapsack. Another has ont' thai will polish i his shoes aud ehew the mini from his clothe^, i The eliess Ilea i had on- irahied ui play ehess ; With him. Litsl bight three fellows entered a house ; with smalt pox sulterers in it. One of them j reaouniml the disease: they hurried back. ; chaujfed clothes, but Iuit. und reported the i ease to the officer. They are under quarantine forgOday* to await developments, than they 1 'S?u> the uutird bouse for lea days. At last. Oatobergl,eV reifinieutlias actlvv in.' ii:i', induced lis to buy tsixes or trunks to hold litem, .^tm" ii'i" ones of grained wood ulso camphor w ml. were Imuifhl at trom^lto *■). Natives to >k us about from sho|i to sliop uutlt.we were suited, so thai they tnhfht earn tin- tritn- paid for carrying thum to our l»ar- racks. llananan. before soldiers cam \ cost ■,' i for OdO centavo (one-half ojut) now webavMtpiv a centavoaptede. ThsSpantaras form<rly Heed the prices. Xow each native ask: h* may hope to rooelve. They paperit, for tbolutter all of us an> much obliged. When we have read them they will go to the hospital. There,have lx_en rumors of Affiiluoldo's bos- liifty. se we have been ordered to pack our tbinps rearty tomarehat short notice. The ih* surk'ent forces arc jjreatly oVercslimatcil hy the nea'S[is]K-rs. The troops have b<*>n so sia- i limed that they cau reach any threatened poin; In tlficcu minutes. Aguluuldo kiM>ws our muoh<aa|fttadIneaa to titrht biiu but we do not think an '. under attack will ls> niude as be -ud his meu bnec Spanish rale, only allowed to sell at the roiru- j ^n-at respect lor American troops since th lirmir*Jts, now thuy sail anywhere. Soaie j have had proofs of our murksmausbip. bauaua venders had Baon selling near the j we have beou kept in quarters ready Uf principal gate of tho^oity, thy bauaua p-l j nmrchall these Days ttoOctohcrtf.) Tbe tVd- becamu (juite a nuisance. They told them to orados wen' called out lust night, and w ••vamoose." they, pretended to k<>. this oecurriil several iftues: then a guard went to the nearest basket, threw a huuchOf bananas to tile Spau- isb soldiers, treated each peddler similarly. then they "vatmwsed" iu a hurry. 1 have not yei decided if I will procure my i!iselmrgi3_Iwr^w|t^ passage money home, so that 1 may view the int trior before i return. We may buy our outfit for $1& after our discharge. I.eaviu and Wrigley are detailed to wait on the sick men from Vo. K. Chet Thomas had i peace eommuaibnora will, in* signed, typhoid fever. Uodd is alowly reeoverlug fnira This makes the Pliilij»piiii! islands, in- dyaentery. Surgeant Paries has jusi came out L||M|i,,« tfi« Sulit frrniij) .a part of III*- ..# tliA '■* * ■ ■ -- ■' * i.-. I Qmtilmi \..\i Irtm fill1 9 ■ *■■ Uiiitt.il Statos, anil it In prtfmwm Mm* tho Ca.i'iilinus will Ih- imrellllsod Ii-.iin Spain by thu nounti'y. TIihsm now lll'l'tl'll 111 gO, tlUt llilt IH.!. Tim uiirlilrt ttm wild now, t'siii't'lull.v wln'ii III »iu,l blows. Tim Noliilun. pulilfsli tl iliiily pii|x.r uovv, witb eulilL- i;nmiH rmm Hit; AssiH'Illl.il l*n'n«. so w will h.i\.- In-Ui'l- HifuriiiiUion Of I'VlllltM. I Spain lias aciviluil to tho ilrinanils nf tin: I'liiLi'il Stateel, anil tho liiial.v on tho linen tiiotatoil liy the Anioi'loan AMONG OURSELVES. ' <luii_rlitoi' of StiKiktun. II.- Matters of Inieresl J.Q._lli3 People ol Palo • f<"'«l- Allo and" Vic)nily. '>i'- «', «• -liiri,_.-' Swiniioi'tnii ot. Is a jri'iuliiato of Stan- K.'llu^i.'. now jihynl.inn at tho San [•'ruin-iscn .ity ami county I'rof. V.. K. Smith is attOndlng tin-. hospital, SjSMl Siilnlay lieu' with his eon volition of fruit jji'owoi-s ut Knwui. ! faiuily. Dr. Adams has i-eiiiuvi.il his otlloe to tho Marton building-; roaniB 2 und 4. Mixs Graoo Wiwson of Sun Fi'iinolsoo. u foriiicr toui'.hcr in tlie pntilie mihools, is vlsilitig at the liinim of .1. V. HvxIkh-. Tlie Misses l.onnoll, ilulljrllloi's of MajiirBoiinoll, a prominent Lou Angeles attorney. s|>ent Tiumda/.tts the Ituests of Miss May Kidder. .lotin K. Parkinson will leave on Monday night for u trip east. His wife and child iwn, who have visited hor parents at \Vashin_r.oti. lowu. will re- tiii-n with liiui. I'm., tea (i. Iluin js malting im- proveiueiils at tho Athertiiu pluue wliii'li will amount to .mmm. His aehool will he moved tliei-e from lliit'llngmiie on .Iiimiuiv 1. 4>. Miii'se lias been visiting his brother U. W. Morse the piiHt week.' He returned recently from Alnskii. whei-e ho Is interested with a eompauy iu hydraullo tniniiiir. He will go liaek to Alaska in the spring. 'Che ladies of All Saints ehureh will tender a reception to Rev. I). ('. I.arit* nor and his bride, at Fi-atortial Hall on Frii'.ay evening. Ureeinber 11. Hluns! are lieing made Ui liave this ivircption one of the most delightful nlfitii's of tho season. All are cordially luvited. Willium Hedge of H<<dwuotl City eoiiimittfid suicide iu Sun Krauelseo on Tuesday by taking rat pnison. He had quurreled with Ills sweetheart. Itay Wllhui*. 'IW. for some time an lustruetcir In physiology lit Stanford, uud Miss Marguerite Hluke. '!!', will lie wurrlcd iu San t'rnuels4io on Monday. Arehitoet Curtis 't'olM*y has prepared plans und speellieutiotis fni- a municipal building for lied wood City. The Hoard of Trustees will consider the pluus next Monday evening. l£ev. Charles Kdward I.oeke. I). !>.. pastor of C-eutrul M. K. eliureh. Sail Krauelseo. wUl preach ut the chapel next Sunday morning. He is one of the most cloi.ue.ut spoakoi* tin the coast. .1. J. Morris is having linprovniuents made in the arrungumeii tof his ottliie. which wlieu compluted will mukultone of M:e most attractive antl convenient real estate otliees that can tie devised. Tlie unnuul uieeting of the st^ii-U- holdors of the I'alo Alto Mutual Buihl- ing und I.oiin Assoeiutltm will Is' held Monday evening, DrcnnlhT alb. I HIM. in 7:311 o"clmik at Fraternal Hull, at the office In real- uf Mcr__iiiro's Issik store. The Christian Kndeuvor sis'loty of the Presbyterian church will hold its regular social und business mooting to- I night ul the home of T. B. Downing. Dan Leoiiardl, sou id S. l.eonurdl of I Officers will he elected for the ensuing May Held, was severely injured on Tiles-18lx months, and a rull uttoiidun-e of day, at the Rotating ranch, liy being uiemliers hi desired. thrown from a horse. He wus uncoil- „ VV. sUnkiim has just ,-e,«iv.,d a scions for a long lime and it, was Im-,,,„.,,.,.,,lv,,i|H. ,lf.lhe Vadomemim ««4es- p.»sibleto take him to his home. Dr. i„,^^j, ,NK)kB, lvhi,.|, wolv „,, ,m. Adams wus the attending physician. j lar lail, ,..(li(la.. „.,,„, Siu^hui till.*. The San lose city llscal year ends! uistd paper and print and bountiful line 30, 18SKI. At ttiat time Ihere will cloth bindings inuke one wonder how lie a deficit of SliVOO in the Police fund and $33011 in the Fire fund. Ill order to make up this deficiency uud to avoid a reduction iu salaries, the policemen have agreed to donate a month's salary each and the llreiueti a mouth itiul a half each at the end of tho year. A. Q_ Pillsbtiry brought home many they can Is* sold so cheaply. II. I.. Sloan and Sou huve jusl finished planting one hundred acre*, of onions for seed. They usod live thousand sacks of titilliH and employed twenty lo twenty-live ineii for two mouths. Tlu_y.litis.!!..already received more orders for tho 'tilt erop than they ol tlie mump's wsnl. Bd Soutlivink wus for some lime troubled with a sun* foot, but It Is about well, filowc, Aleut. Ooates, Swllxcr. T(i*m.ui_a and ltii;ulbers am Willi. Towusrnd Is now Imgier for Co. K. 1 am In iroodhrnlili. uossessloiis will add much to the wealth Mutetd'OieBoandiaoamiita. I Mail a Intiit j )!0lint,y, and will ospecia!!}' talk witb Harry Howse. but could not visit. "' ""' ' .•" ' * wllb Harry Sloan asbe was very busy belpluir liouellt tho trade of the I ncllle coast, tbe stewards oS16aa._B«pttiilKiir>pllci<. Of coni'se, Etimpettn powers do not like Yostorflay, OewlMir S. Hurry tiliiiiff lirouidit | tijj, new _^ttji i,„t t.hev will hardly me a late papor, September t, and Aukusi and i . , Interfere: September magaxlnos. He hud a smooth voy. t assume to iiiieriere. . u.e except when Hearing tbepbllllpplnclslunils | cxnlosloti on the steamer Itiiiy bad .V bourn storm. He wus uot well, (•''"'. t . but I..1?rlgbt»w. ; '!'• ^ Walker, plyiuj: betw.-on st.Hikton We have organized a tiuirary society Id the „,,<! San Fnincisco, resulted in tlie "■••i'trai'iit. stowe Is iu president. Thuni Is rtouMi of seven [lersuiis and the injury one lone V. C. student in Co. K. He Is a tine . ,L fellow. Wo have mode arrangements to bear, ul ov " tbe result ottke'TKaaluglTing game per cable- J |t |s |,oa-stated that 5000 additions WIT are still la b«ra«k., only moonlliig |)e 1)_nt ^ Manli^ Thls enough guard lo protect oar quarters. Major i~ , r._llf„„_,l_i l_n m. Norrlstaew what he was lalklug about when [ may allow the First California to ■•e- hr said thai barracks life was di'iiioru11 mni:.' turn home. Itlie Alaska photographs which he niude; nun till with hii ordinary yield. during his year In the north. He hud j 'jj10 <amipuif.ii for oxenipllng Siun- the good ' fortune to procure from an-1 foi-Tl fffiviSHitty—fliranaxurldii Is luiir--" other pictiiro takingexpedition t ot\\ng progress throughout the State. tho finest photographic outfits that '|'|lo ,,lww iH generally in favor of the [money and skill can produce. Be ox- plan, us it is recognized that Stanford pects to return to Alaska after Christ-|is paying' for the prlviletro of"doing mas. for the Stale such work as thu Slate I Uev. H. I). Lathrop. father uf Prof, llnlveihlty Is paid for doing. Tllei-e 11. B. I.aihi-op of Stanford, died at lean tie jitth. doubt thai the legislature j the St. Helena sanitarium on Tuesday ' will take favorable action in the mutter I from-heart diaoaso. .Dr. I.athri.p was | by submittiuj: a constltutloiiul aiueud- | at one time a professor in Kouyoii col-! inent. liege, hut for some years hud Ihiimi nil f FpUcopul clorgyiuati on this coast, bis ! lust charge being the Church of the ' Advent In Fast Oakland. He was nil years old. B. W. Morso says he has discovered a new use for bicycles. He is pari owner of u schooiiorwhich wus reeimtly disabled "and w»t«r-logg<sl li. u hurri- Icane on the Atlantic, .lust a lit tie ' (luorge W. t.'uthliertsun. until re-'space was left tin deck foctheerew, tteiitly chief - engineer of the eltaitriu who for some days bud nothing to eat I plant ut Alviso. bus ia«n u|l|Milntell ■ but shark's meat. When iheycould get loloctr_o.SH In charge of tho ol» ctrlc I even this no longer thuy hoisteil a hi- | li__htlng and power system of Ma/.ata-1 cycle from tbe water in tlie buhl aud j Ian. Mexico, owned by the (ioueral i converted the wires In the wheels into Electric Company of Sau Francisco. ' hooks, with winch they -caught lisli He will soon leave accompanied by bis ienough 14> sustain lite until tin-, were [bride, formerly Miss 3wlniiertoii. |rescued.
|Title||Palo Alto Live Oak 1898 December 2|
|Date of Publication||1898-12-02|
|Number of pages||6|
|Place of Publication||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Publisher||Frank Kasson, Frances A. Kasson|
|Source||Microfilm collection in Rinconada Library|
|Coverage||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Rights||Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Publication Title||Palo Alto Live Oak|
iJAr.u alto. cal.. fkiday. December a ism.'
WHOLE NO.. HU
. All wo have lo do is to answer roll call ut :,■»>
.■oat breakfast at 11. ,,„„ u;lr guarWw unit
,„,.« Fac* Concerning «4o.... ani-'»tSSS2^tfe£
Our Soldier Boys. notoverytliiDK mt i» coalluud to qoartenTall
!Ua*- from »:15 or 9 to 11 ton Sunday till IS)
: w,*niayimss*om. At 9 the now guunl «o»-k ou
The following article is instdo up of amy. Thu cuani of ih« frovtoaa day i.i.mns
extracts from a numlwr of letters writ*It,K* oour* °',h'- anadrawtla or our -miner*.
ten from Manila by Then. ZsctfOfclro: j™«»r.ua ^^.pum-aibjmVM.dally. At
.-■■■-.- , ! 11 «r Ii thin; Is roll call. Uiok.* late mum work
Oiir.oirw barracks fat* what wan on** a In Ai prosmi Hwt.wMaa to dbr l,oi™ tbrouxb
botanical garden. The Spaniards lu their zeal , two tmi of |wor eonor^Mo imm.lt of vriiill...
loduffttd the city out down many trt»«, lupjwd j lion under our floors