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An Elaborate History of ithe Philippine
ftn To Manila 1
By BltsAS WHI ,
of the Examiner-Journal,
Douglas White, War Correspondent.
Author of "On to Manila."
Who tells of the achievements secured by our American Arms in the
Orient, from the time when Admiral Dewey made his historic entrance
into Manila Bay to the present.
, The work consists of fifty-sixty octavo pages with eighty-four
superb illustrations from photographs" and a series of pen sketches by
Pierre N. Boeringer, the War Artist who accompanied 'America's 'Ex
SPECIAL FEATURES OF "ON TO MANILA":
A Sketch from the life of Admiral George Dewey, made on the
deck of his Flagship.
A complete roster of the Oregon, California, Washington and Idaho
Volunteers, with a death list compiled and revised to May 25th.
A Department devoted to the movement of California's regiment
from the time it sailed from San Francisco to the present.
Portraits of California's Commanders and California's Officers,
taken in Manila.
Groups of California's Companies taken while on duty in Manila.
Authentic Maps showing the movements of our Army in the Island
An immense Panoramic View of the City of Manila, reproduced
Illustrations produced from photographs showing the American
troops in the field, in camp, in barracks, and in action against the
Spaniards and the Filipinos.
A detailed story of the two campaigns written by an author who,
having been detailed as a special War Correspondent to accompany
v Xcimlral Dewey's Fleet and the Eighth Army Corps, is specially fitted
to describe the stirring events which befell our "Boys in Blue" in those
far-away Islands of 'the Orient.
Beautifully bound in Gold and Embossed Covers, and by a special
arrangement is placed within the reachof the BULLETIN'S readers at
the price of
25 GENTS AND ONE COUPON.
The Departure of the First ITleet of Transport.
Xcproduccd from an Illustration In "On to Manila."
Floe Ucuteutant Brumby of Admiral Jlcr;' KtalT nnd his Flag-Haltlus;
l'arty on the Ilatt'.ci uui . Old IJaulla.
Kc dranu from an Illustration tu "Uu to Maulla."
The. First. American Flar Raised Orer Manila.
Kcdilctd from an illustration In "On to UauUa."
As the edition is limited and all orders willJSbe ifilled In rotation, if
you desir'ejthe work it Is advisable that your prder, be'filed'at once'.
Now ready for delivery atltheJBULLETlNoffice.
CHANGES TINM THE NAVY
'Papa, wlint'B n Booiuro ?"
Sniil til- little child'
"Speak SoMy," papa anawored,
"For iioojuiiH tbey are wild."
lint tho kid continued:
"What's h Bnboi.u, ptny ?"
"Ynu tnuht Lo ask uncle, dear,
"Ho's ou tho P. U. A."
"Papa buy me jim-jams,
"Ihey hound ho awful sweet."
Rut the, Father answered:
"Jim-jams aro cold-feot."
"Papa in tbnt stuff railed Dopo
"They're weighing on tlio scalea?"
"Good gracious no my littlu one,
"That is n kt-g of nails."
"Papa what'rt tlint funuy bouse,
"That's xlippiug 011 the street;
"With skinny doukoya tied to it?"
"Why thata a traincar, sweet I"
"And pnpa tell mo wby it is,
"The bookman iilwaya smilos."
"Becauso ho has a soft snap dear,
"lie's quick at counting rnilea."
"Say father what did Dewey do,
"Aud did Dole do it too;
"And do thoy tell MoKinley
"Wlint'a right for him to do?"
"Why Dawey was a- groat man
"And gained his country fame;
"Who told you of tho otber one?
"I did not catoh bis name."
"Plen80 papa will you bay me,
"An American Flag someday;
"So I can carry it to r-ohool,
"And with it gaily ploy?"
"Tho flags will soon bo bore my
"Tho samples are hero now;
"J3o patient for a while until
"Transition Poriod's pau."
W. F. Sabin.
National Oank rin.s
Washington, August 25. The
Treasury Department np to this
time has accepted all compromises
offered by banks for tho settle
ment of fines wboro examiners
have found them in possession of
unstamped checks and notes. The
plea in almost every inatancn is
uiadvorlanco. Bat tho violations
of tho law h'tvo not deoreasod as
they should, aud tho department
is on the point of adopting moro
rigid policies of enforoing a hoav
ior penalty for every violatiou.
Transport St. Paul Overcrowded.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 25. Tho
transport St. Paul is scheduled to
sail at noon today for Manila with
700 men of tho Third Cavalry.
Lieutenant Oolonol WesBells re
ceived orders last night to embark
with his command today. General
Shatter disregarded the protest of
the cavalry officers that the trans
port whb not large enough to ao
commodate 750 men, the number
assigned to her.
Hie Bulletin, 76 cents per month.
Now York,Aogii8 25. A speci
al to the Iiorald from Washington,
says: No word has come from
Admiral Simpson as to wheu ho
desires to bo relieved of tbo com
mand of tho North Atlantic squad
ron. Immediately upou the re
turn of the Chicago to New York
on October 5, Rear Admiral flow
ison will bo relieved to await
Capt. A. 8. Birkor, who suc
ceeded Admiral Dowy as corn-
man or m-chief of tbo Asiatic
station, will bo ordoro I to dnt
in WilH liuuton. Cnntiun P. f
Cooper, commanding the Chicago
rany ne (intactieu nnd given
Leavo will also bo givou toOap
iain I). P Lamborton, command
ing the Olympia and to other of
ficors of Admiral Dewey's ilnuahip.
Immediatelv aftr tin Oxtvmr'
celebration Captain Henry Taylor
commanding tho Indiana will bt-
renevt'U rtuu succoetleU uyCujjiam
F. W. Dickino, rctiiu chief f -h
Bureau of Navigation. Cari'am
F. 11. Obndwick. ciiiiiinnniilntr tlm
Now York, will proli-ildy v 'nsin
in commaud of that vessel until
Admiral Sampson in relioved.
Cnntain CD. Sicshnn of thi Tnxnn
will also ho shortly relieved, dipt
niu 0. J. Barclav. cnminandinc
tue monitor Aran ntrito will
dotaobed within a few veekti.
SAYS ANARCHY REIGNS
London, August 25. The La
Buan correspondent of tho Router
Telegram Company cnblo that
reliable news received thero dircot
from Manila, says that an in'Hs-
cribablc state of anarchy prevails.
The Americans, acuonlin'i to
tbreo advices, occupy a nuluu otf
fifteon miles there; around tho
town of Iloilo tbo) oooupy a ixdi
us of nine miles and around Onlu
thfy occupy a smll radiu-. Tho
rest of tho couutrv, it is added, ib
in hands of the Filipinos.
Tho correspondent also says it
is reported the Filipinos Imvo
murdered tbo crews of the steam
"Circumstances Alter Cases."
In cases of dyspepsia, nervous
ness, catarrh, rheumatism, erup
tions, etc., tho circumstances niuy
bo altered by purifying and en
riching tbo blood with Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Good appetite and
good digestion, strong nervos aud
perfect health tako tho plxce. of
these diseases. Hood's Sarsa
parilla is America' Greatest Medi
cine and tho boat that monoy can
Hood's Pills onre billiousneHS,
sick headache. '
Strangers consult The Bulletin's
alln; "Old Olory" at Fort Santa Crua, padrone Islanda.
. ' aUproduccd bom ao lllustrstloa In " On to MauUa,"
A Natlye Home In the Ladrnne Iilnnds.
Drawn from an Illustration In "On to Maulla."
American Troops Fording the Stream In the Attack on Fort San Antonio,
Drawn from an UlutlraUon In "Ob to UsuUa,''