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ASTOKIA. OHK;i)N. Till'usl)AY. Oij'i'olJKK 12. J8!l'
In expensive, we hnl rather !;n n little
money on our Stoves tlmn to move them.
Wu liitvu n big lot of tin in on hand,
bought before, tit advance. Wo will
sell tln'iii cheap until Nov. Kith.
Eclipse Hardware Co.
i i ROH 1IONU HTHRIIT
New Crape and
Waterman Fountain Pens
Hx Pecortitecl liper
OUR TROOPS FIRED
UPON NEAR ANGELES
Rebels Respond to American Fire, Eight of
the Latter Being Wounded
work on the New Orleans which
be m nt to tha Phlllppnles Immediate!
with the recommendation of Admiral
D-wy. The order were to turn her
out reaily for the long voyage In
week. The cruiser arrive at the navy
yard Tuesday afternoon. She wu e
' pwUd on M'iday, but Captain Long-
nwker, who commands her, wu ahort
of coal and did not puiih h t
Th delay caused rumor of trouble
wllh hi-r boiler, but Naval ('orutruc
tor Il'jwlic, who examined the ship
yesterday found her In good condition.'
1SKANSANS ARE GIVEN
A ROUSING RECEPTION
2 Crowds Wildly Cheer Them on Landing
From the Tartar in San Francisco.
GENERAL SCHWAN'S COLUMN RETIRING 'Z'Z.7tT'',FXCTlliCi DAY FOR thf vol iintffbs
Th cruiser Brooklyn will not be fit
ted for the yoyag o Manila at the
Brooklyn yard. Burn, work a Is nee-'
Enemy Wis Driven South With Loss ind There Wis no Intention , TZZTT'Z Thousands Snr Aronnd Ceneral Fnnstnn m, ,m u.
of Occupying the Country Permanently Ots Disapproves
of Officers' Families Joining Them it Manila.
GRIFFIN 6t REED
Here Is a List
Oi some High Grade Goods at moderate piiut
New Kastern Bloater Mackerel.
New KiinUtu Codfifh.
New Crop Kvaporatwl Fruit'.
New Crop Nut, Figs, etc.
Mince Meitt niul Pumpkin for I'm.
ROSS, HIGGINS & CO
The SHverfleld Fur Manufacturing Co.,
MorrUon Ht.. Tor Hand, Or.
To the LmcIIch o! AMtorifit
We will iir you one-toiirtli on every Knriiixnt you ptiroliaw (rotn ui. be
ciiiim we are dirocl umiuifrtcturi'r., ami yon will aave Hie niiddli'iiiau'i
Knr CnllKivlliw, Hi. m..... - WW up
Kur N.i k Hon.. rrniii . TV up
IaiIIm' Khir Ulliir Ma.l HulU fnmi Il'.'oi ii
Idili." Kin. imlur Mmlr i'IiiOi Ju'kri.. from H"4 up
laitlr Klii. rr.iirli ri.nn.l Wnl.l, from il.T. up
Aluk. Hritl Hklu J.rkm.. I.nadon I'vk, mail.
lapKLMy io onliT Irtim.,,.
ll.nKHUIlnn of Kur Onrnioiiu Into the Ulmt Klyl. .1 vrry
ind t't illii.tmleit raulofiie, wliU'h w.wlll (l.illy mm I
MAN'fLA. 'Vt. 11. 10 . m During the enrlv iimrning
lionri today th r wan so'me tiring m-ar Angeles witli tliu rt"
xiilt llmt eight American weruHliglitly wounded. Artillery
win ued and tlioeiu'inv rc-pondiMl. (ieiu ral MoArthur due
not attai li ririnl -inilicauce to llie incident.
A small I'iirty of Ameiicans was tired iin liy tlie
FiliiinoN m ar Mainyuayun, two of v ir men being wounded.
M.ttiihi. Vt. 11 (ii iieral S liwan'n column having ac
complished itH urioe of ixliiug tlic rebels, is returning
from San Franeiwo d Malabon with the artillery and
The naval expedition, that lerently went to tlie mouth
of the, river Tasig to raise the Spanish river gunboat A ray at,
reports that no resistance has been encountered from Filipi
nos, and thai work of saving the vessel is proceeding slowly.
1 the New Orleana will probably travel
1 lii company. I
Th auxiliary crulner Reaolute, which
I. to trmiHport aupplle to Porto Rico,'
i la -Xnrtrd In port tfiday.
Noval Constructor Bowlea la maklnf
the I-ulTaJo into a first claaa paaaentrer-'
I hlp. to take the famlllea of officer In J
the Philippine fl-H to Manila. Arcom-
miKlatlr.ni for women and children are
tlves Frequently Broke Into the Lines and Marched With the
Soldiers Fnnston Not an Antl-Fxpanslonlst.
tx-lriR put in and (he ahlp
made very comfortable.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 11. The Twentieth Kansas
regiment and 400 discharged soldiers who arrived here last
, night on the 'transport Tartar, were landed today.
The march to the Presidio was an exciting one to the
WAR SAID TO it 8olJiere' Tlie welcome they received was second only to the
! one accorded the home troops on their return home. Throngs
surged around General Funston and he had great difficulty
i in making progress through the crowds. Cheer upon cheer
! greeted him, but his only acknowledgment was a military
rreeSialf Burghers Said ...HaveJ and the occasional doffing of his cap. .
Seized Train at HarrvMiiilb. t The soldiers were headed by Colonel Metcalfe and the
jj crowd simply would not let the soldiers pass in peace,
.m Breaks occurred everv few minutes. Relative anA frien.a
WAR. HOWEVER IS IMMINENT rca occurred every few minutes. Relatives and friends J
Highest I'rke Paid for Kaw furs. Yours Kcicctfulljr,
The Sllvcrflcld Fur Manufacturing Co.
PCHWAS S LATE BATTLES.
General Otla S.-ndi rteporti to the War
' CH1CAOO, Oct. 11. A cabli a-ram
from Otl to the war department re
cvlved late thli afternoon conflrnia the
pre. dl.patchea rvfardlnf Colonel
Schwan movement on Pan Francisco
d Malabon. OeneraJ Otla .y:
"bchwan aucceeded terday In
drlvlna; the Inturavnti aouth with lw
from Pan Francl.co de Malabon. He
report i their forca dl.lnteirrattd and
ntlrlna; on divergent road which are
Impassable for artlllen" wraonf.
Thi-re waa no Intention of occupying
this country permanently or tempora
rily. The transportation will return by
wny of Roaarlo and a column will move
hi th.? direction of ! Marinas, prob-
...Portland Dental Parlors...
Top floor Washington Bl'dg.
Largest and Best Equipped Offices in the Northwest
broke into the ranks and marched with the soldiers, some
, smiling and laughing and others crying, but all happy
Guns Bfinff PoMed on Border Line, J and glad.
The parade was reviewed ou Van Ness avenue by
General Shatter, Governor Stanley and Governor Rogers
of Washington, with their btafl's.
' General Funston in an interview today said:
"This is America you know and I am an American.
That tells the story best of our delight in reaching home
. fl .1 : .. a . .. .1 . .
congest,,!, provision for officer.- f.un- K K . 1 1! "filing greater man me grcai joy oi oemg
ptl'ly retlrltif on Iinds. Tlie country la
of ne atrategle Importarc."
U neral Otla dlaapprote of tlie offi
cers' famllli Joining thorn M Manila.
-Kramer Cables His Positiom
to (hii-ago Tribune.
LON'DON. Oct. 12. A dispatch to the I
K.gurdlog this question he (od .y ca-l Tth.Kraph from Ladyamlth.
wu a te-7 in (MiiiiP lil (Wl iVNU'on,
'Th population of Manila U much
lllf cnnn.M be made. Tho ln-adyThe CrtriV8pon,ent
.1 . . .1 nrAjnMjAH B
i Uls received, declares that war has
among you again among people whom we know are our
property of the NataJ
patrol waa a
stoned by the Boers. The men's order .
were not to Are unless they were fired
Other dispatches only report that
hnstilltife are Imminent. '
Last night a mounted
...rue,,, uinrr nn me lamin.g or, ,.Th Fr suite burchers have eled 1 nnnnlrvm.n Hn T lH,a ..... r k
.... . , w - W .WV-.V, I IH, .4. ,.M,V Villi VUiO IV CUT VI UHJ tlllU-
enlhted nun, have caused much per- . . M. .. . . "
r i n train at Harrysmlth which waa the T . . ., r., ... r, ... ... , ,
Ki.,.1,.. T .....u - I, DHllTll 111 till Kill NnnillM' r.VArvtlllllo IS hoinir rinn. Ilw,
could be done to curry the war to an early and successful con
clusion. The report that I am an anti-expansionist rs redicu
lou8, and not worthy of serious consideration. I never in
tended such a thing and have been wrongfully quoted in the
plrxtty. I would not permit my own
family to come under existing clrcum-
stnncrti. Nearly all officers and menj
hore are abs,nt from Manila on duty.
Families should await more peaceful
at our prices
because we have
dental work in
Ik-it Crown and Bridge Work, 22 karat gold
rrsrpcr tooth '
Bet Teeth, fully guaranteed rubber $5.00
lkst Gold Filling-.... $1.00 up
Best Allov Filliiitt ROc "P-
Teeth extracted without rain "P
this adv with
you and have
your teeth cleaned
Free of Charge
only the most
Take Elevator on Washington Street near Forth and ask for the Portland Tenia!
I'arlors, 1 op Floor.
'Phone Oregon. Brown 493. Columblg, 569.
GCXCKAL ADVANCE BECVX.'
NfcW YORK. tVt. ll.-A special to
the Herald from Washington says:
A Roncra) advance along the Ameri
can lines In Lmon has bren befiun ind
mr leuirtintnt oltlclals expect ivporta
of some heavy tlRhtlng bt-gun within
tlie next few days.
Official despatches received and not
made public show that both CK'iierals
Iawton and MiicArthur are moving
northwest, with their forces, the pur-;
p,iee t-elng to Rvt coirtrol of the rail
rKiil und the Important towns as far
north as possible. Eventually. It Is
Intended to send an expedition by water
to Llnitvn, near the northern tennl
nus of the railway so as to flank the
eiu-my. This expedition, however, will
not start until additional troops have
arrived. Meanwhile the division under
both LnWton and MoArthur will push
to the north as far as they can.
According to statement made at the
war department, this advance is to be
made permanent. There are to be no
more towns taken and then abandoned.
With th additional troops which have
Ririved during the rainy season and
othtrs to follow, General Corbln says
thnt there will be a sufficient number
of troops available to garrison towns
at, fast as th.y are taken and still
leave a formidable force for continu
ity the onward movement, Tt Is this
northward movement of ithc American
foroes thai probably accounts for the
recent great activity of the Insurgent
forci-s south of Manila.
GUN PLACED IN POSITION.
PRETORIA. Oct. 11. A German d?-
tachriert has posted a big gun on tha .
frontier line on.the borderr In position 81r Hitf.yert Buller's Army Corps Will
Leave for South Africa Saturday.
to aid Wakkerstroom. . Five hundred
b'irghers assisted In hauling the big
gun up a stp and almost Inaccessible' LONDON, Oct. ll.-Great pivpara
acrllvlty. j uona are being made, at Southampton
for tha departure Saturday of Sir Red
vers Buller, annd a great demonstra
Uon is anticipated. The fleet of trans
port conveying Sir Redvers Buller's
army corps will be escorted by war
ships, while further dispatch boats and
KRUUER EXPLAINS HIS POSITION
Cubic Chicago Tribune Stating Trans
vaal's Position In Present Crisis.
CHICAGO. Oct. ll.-The following- ca
blegram was received tonight by the
Chicago Tribune from President Km-'
gunboats will be sent to South African
war. Although Great Britain up to "a
late hour today had made no formal
request for such action on 'the part of
the United States, it 1 believed there
la an understanding to that effect be
tween the two governments.
LONDON, Oct. U.-The military nn
thorltles in South Africa have Insti
tuted a censorship over all telegrams
j in order to prevent information regard
ing British movements reaching th
waters. The government has already!
gv-r of the Transvaal republic. The ca- . . . . . , , . ,,.
expended 5,000,000 In naval and mill- GREEN'S ASSASSINATION DENIED,
blepram was sent In answer to a.mes- .
.age from the Tribune nesting a repara .on. The outbreak of ( LXVD0N, 1,The rumof
,h.T.. haS UP the Prie f En8,'Sh Conynsham Green, British diplomatic
vaal In the present crisis:
'Through the Tribune we wMsh to
thank our many American frlt-nds f t
their sympathy in the present crMs of
nniwi, aou on vunous cuuimy TOinrni ..,. p-.,,,,-.- nfl Wn .9a(Lint.
farmers have refused to sell wheat un-:
el by the Boers Is of doubtful origin.
dor 30 shilling, per quarter. In some aw, consldered impossible.
cases even holding out for still higher
WILL AID ENGLAND.
PRESIDENT AT EVANSVILLE,
EVANSVILLE, Ind., Oct. U. Presi
dent McKlnley today addressed 10,001
Belief That United States Will Look people at the national reunion of -th
After Her Interests In Transvaal. ! blue and gray.
The president remarked before he
will look after the interest of Great tlon In rain that had even been ten-
Britain In the Transvaal In the event of dered blm.
WOItK ON THE CHICAGO.
Will, He Ready to Proceed to Philip
pines In a We, k.
NEW YORK, Oct. 11. Order have
been received at the navy yard to rush
the republic. ' Last Monday we gave
England 48 hours' notice within wl.leh
to give assurance that the dispute
would be settled by arbitration or other
peaceful mea.-is. The notice expires at
5 today. The British agent Is recalled
.a ... i. oin WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. It Is prae-
.in ,, .,. TTniti si.m. left that this was-the greatest recep.
"Ti.i la a flttini end of the British tlcally settled that the United States
policy of force and fraud, which has
marked all South Africa with the blood
of, Afrikanders. We must now make:
South Africa free or a white man's!
grave. The republic's friends Includu'
all nationalities, among them a strong
American corps, showing It Is not a
case of Boer against Ultlander, but all
nations against the English. We have
full faith In frvedoin and tvpubllcan
larn, In the righteousness which giild'
the destinies of nations.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome