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ASTOH1A. OMtiON, TUESDAY. NOVCMUEU 7. inn.'"
ANY OLD THING.
Bought bofore the ad
vance and sold regard
less of it on account
Eclipse Hardware Co.
.SOI9 UOND BTRCET
I IMPORTANT NOTICE
ENGLAND IS WORRYING .
AND GETS LITTLE NEWS
Landing of Transports Alay Be Diverted on
Account of the Present Torn of Events.
LONDON UNPLEASANTLY SURPRISED
MOSCOW, Nov. .-The Un mlr-ori
found guilty of Interfering wrth United
HUdeu mail rvrar Wardner were each
sentenced to serve 22 month at San
Quemln, California, and to pay a line
of $1000, except O'Rourke, who get 20
month and the fine.
YeaterilsT we recoWe! notion from the publisher, of the
Wiunkh Mixtion or tii EnriuiRnu llWTiMICa, that
owIiik to tli mormon, tucrwv III the prltM) M papei with
in tlm pnt few weeks, ttier would" shortly withdraw the sole
of their KncydniHxIi at Inn rvwtil prim. Our contract
with the publi.hom wiuhln tt. to make the tame lilx'tnl of
fer hurotnlore. Thirty larua voIoiiim of the Knorclope
din, one guide to HvttaiuntlO Reading of the Encyclopedia,
One 1'prlglit Ouk flookrate and One large Wrbiti-r't En
eyolojwdiii free of ilwrgo, All the nbove will be delivered
upon the .null payment of
BtiLnoe iu imiill monthly p.ymciiU. Call and look ilito
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Mode ml Price
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Strictly Fresh I'rh.
Tie Boers Have a Force In the Field Much Larger Than It Was
Ever Deemed Possitle for tbera to Raise Joutert's
Intention a Mystery.
New Croj Muplc Syrup,
ltuck wheat ami (iridic Cake Flour.
l'nckarJ A.Sniith' Funcy Ituliuu Prunes.
New Crop Nuts, Figs, Mince Meat.
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We will avn you one-fourth on every riiriiint you purchase from us. be
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I LONDON, Nov. 7, 4;30 a. in. This tnoming'8 news g
S enrrieu public knowledge with respect to the hostilities in W
South Africa very little further than tho evacuation of Co- p
leiiso and Stormberg. ft!
g Tliese movements, taken together with the admiralty an- 5
i! . .. i: ... i.. 1: -l..,l,l 8t
ffi nouncemeni uiat me punnc iiium uui do oimijijhjiuuu euuuiu
the transports not reach their destination on the dates indi-
cated in the published lists, may indicate somo change of
j plan necessitated by the bad position of affairs in Natal.
JsJ It was. cxected that the army corps would land at Capo
)t Town for the invasion of the Transvaal through the Orange
i Free .State, but the landing may now be diverted to Durban,
Natal, whither it is fully exptcted Lieut. General Sir Duller
': will L'o within a week. S
Thcro is also a possibility of a movement through Dehigoa
! Day, and the admiralty notice regarding the transjwrts simply
I means in all likelihood that the news of their movements is-
to be suppressed.
LONDON, Nov. 7. The war otTUe an- the Boar's guns made the position un-
nounc J at midnight that no dispatch U-nahl.
hud been n'lved bynd th sm; already
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A HEAVY LOPS.
I'STCOIT.T. Natal, Nov. 4. It 1 re
PORTLAND, Maine, for. 1,-Amoi
T. Allen, (rep.) haa been elected too-
frettman.from the flrwt Maine diatrtct
to tucoeed Tfcot. B. Reed, by a majori
ty of 4,151.
CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN
THE ISLAND OF NEGROS
Native Officers Elected and They Will Be
Answerable to American Authority.
THE INAUGURATION CEREMONIES
BUT IT'B TODAT,
PORTLAND, Nor. 4.-GnreJ Neleon
A Mllew wilt arrive In rortla&d tomor
row from Tuget sound. He will prob
ably Inepect tho fjrtlflcatlonw at the1
mouth of the Columbia Wednesday.
Property and Educational Qualification of the Voters-Tie New
Regime Ushered In Anil Feasting anS Rejoicing
of the Wbole Island.
PORTIAND LINE TO CAPE NOME. ' g;
PORTLAND, Nov. .-Flnal arrange
mcnte were made today for a steamship
line between Portland and Cape Nome.
The California k Ortffon Coast Steam
ship Company will operate a line and
the first steamer will leave about June
STEAMSHIP OREGON SOLD.
PORTLAND. Nov. 6 The steamshlpi
Oregon was sold today by the O. R. 4
N. Company -today to Seattle parties.',
It Is understood the Oregon will be
run between Seattle and Cape Nome.
A WARA1 TW1E IN
MANILA, Nov. 6. AtBacolor, in the Island of Negros, f
an autonomous government of Filipinos was established today.
General Smith, governor of the Island of Negros administered
the oath of office to a judge of the supreme court, who, in. a
turn, swore in the governor, three judges, twelve councilmen, ft
the auditor and the secretary of the interior. The natives of $
the entire island attended the ceremony.
Three day's feasting will follow in celebration of the now
government, and the first anniversary of the surrender of the
Spaniards to the Negros revolutionists ending with a ball in
the government house tonight American flags are displayed
in the village. The celebration consisted of horse racing and
The bull tonight attracted the wives of wealthy planters
and there was as great a display of rich costumes and costly
jewels as would be seen at a similar affair in America or
MANILA, Nov. t. The elections In" the, General Smith la an Interview re-
' Island of Negros were held October 2,
OLD KENTUCKY the number sm
would t lHud bffore noon twlay.
J ported that the Hoeru lost 800 In kille
TIiuk. not a inltary olllfliil Item of,
Theri were 48 candidates for the var-j
ious offices. Mt'lection Revlrnlo was
j! PREPARING FOR TROUBLE elected governor.
iifWn hn tx-n posted for nearly
woundt-d and captured In Thurwlny's
The suffrage was' determined by
hours, This hits k'V'Mi rise to a rrop t
ulunnliiK rumors for all of which there j inlln
Is nlwoluh'ly no foundation. At the
same time the rirttlnher has had lltlle
to Mlmulute him within the last Tho n,Vg Hepul!d but Return to the
battle on Tathams farm, near Lady-.SUte TfOOpS Ready for Any Emer- property quallllcatlon and the ability to
marked that It was of the utmost im
portance that the Filipinos should be
taught to recognlae the sovereignty of
the United States.
"The great danger," he added "threat-
( entng a peaceful administration is the
' intrigue among insular politicians," and
A WARM TIME.
Best work at our Prices, because we have the
largest volume of Dental Work in Portland.
Real Crow n mid liiiJgu Work, 22 kiuiit gold .
per tooth '
Bet Teeth, fully gun run teed rubber ; .$5 00
Heat tiold Filling $1.00 up
Bout Alloy Filling flOc up
Teeth extracted without pnin fiOc up
We employ only the most modern methods and
Take elevntor on Washington srcet, neir Fourth, aud ak for the Portland
k I '.1 T.l
iwntai l'ariors, ioprioor.
'Plion Orenon.lllrown 493- Columbia Ia69
hours except m-ws of the confident at
titude of the Ladysmllh garrln and
Its illKht successes a Thursday and
Advices from other parts of South
Africa are distinctly unpalatable and
everything points to a critical situation
In Natal anj Uie northern portions of
Cape Colony, likely to grow nure acute
until General White '.a either relieved
cr decisively defeat M..
CROWDING ABOUT KIMBERLET.
LONDON. Nov. 6. A force of about
11,000 Boera Is concentrated near Kim
berley. Opposes! to them are only 7,000
LONDON, Nov. 6.-A dispatch from
Pletermarltxburg dated Friday reports
that the railway communication with
I.adysmlth is severed, the Boers having
effect?d lodgment at Nolthorpe, south
of Ladysmlth about seven miles. A-
mong those Invested at Ladysmlth are
Coloiel Rhodes, brother of Cecil
Rhodes, and Dr. Jameson, as well as
most offthe press correepondents.
THEIR LONG RANGE GUNS.
Boer Artillery Made the British Posi
tion at Glencoe Untenable.
ESTCOURT, Natnl, Nov. 6. Colenso
Is now In the hands of the Boers. Be
fore the evacuation was decided up n
the enemy tried to cut oft our outposts.
The Durban light Infantry under Lieu
tenant Mollneux and a force of Dublin
fuslleors were sent to the relief of the
outposts and a brisk light ensued. The
Boera were repul?d leaving 12 dead.
The chief motive for the withdrawal,
however, was that the long range of
rencyThit May Arise and Gover
nor Stays at the Capital.
I he declared that the United States must
for years keep control of the Phlllp-
I pines in order to prevent such a condi
tions from existing.
LOUISVILLE, Ky Nov. 6. Cover-
Attack. nor Eradtey, In his capacity as com-
ESTCOL'UT, Natal, Nov. 4,-Noon. j mander In rhW of the state national
read and write. Colonel Minor wel
comed the officials on behalf of the
United States. In the course of his re-
marks he said: "Negros lead In the,
van of civil government In the Philip-1 A recently organlied revolutionary
pines. Tour honor Ilea In adding a new movement has been discovered la
A 'reliable messenger has Just arrived! guard, is the central figure in the po-j
from Ladysmlth passing the Boer l!nes iuiral situation tonight
during the night, who reports that The governor believes the situation
i star to freedom's flag."
j Northern Negros and the leaders have
Senor Severlno In replying said the been forced to withdraw to Ranay. A
best thing for the future of Negros was number of bandits under the leadreshlp
.v. nn.in. r.e nir ivia.tirn. with of Papa Isio, a religious charlatan have
heavy lighting occurred Thursday to.be so serious that he would not go " , Ct , I been driven' into the mountains. A
to his home at Lancaster, only about ' force of 250 native soldiers armed with
109 miles from Louisville, to cast his General Smllh thn "wxi Springfield rifles are helping the Amer-
grantlng of freedom to political prls- icans and found to be valuable as
oners In commemoration of the event, scouts.
The hottest engagement was on Geo,
Tatham's farm, on the Orange Free
State side of Bewtos. The British drove
vot tomorrow. j
All the companies of the Louisville
the Boers back to their camp, Uie en- i,siin, a local militia organization, has'
emy suffered great Kss and 30 mounted, boeri ordered to report for duty lomor
Roers were captured. The fighting was. morning. The disturbed state of
resumed yesterday (Friday) the Boers1 political feeling In this city was aggra
flrlng from Nosdwathshona hill, near vajed this evening by the action of the
Hepwomha farm. Again they were board of election commissioners, which
driven back with loss In their camp. Aj ia controlled by the democrats, in re
large Roer force with artillery has tak- j movlng 87 republican election officers
en up a position on the left of Beacon, j anj substituting for them names sub
Tho messenger says that he heard the ' m(tted by men, It Is claimed by the reg
Boers would be In Colenso today and I uiir ivpubllclican orgiuilzation, who
that the volunteers were leaving. I io not present the party.
PARI?. Nov. 6. Major Count Ester-,
hay, the reputed author of the border- J
eau which brought about the convic
tlon of Captain Alfred Dreyfus on the!
charge of treason was sentenced today j
by default oi his cousin Christian's'
charge of swindling, to three yenrs lm-
prlsonment and to pay a fine of ?0
francs. He was also ordered to ro-'
fund 35,000 frauetw claimed by Christ
HONORKD AT HOME.
i Much Uncertainty owing to Republican'
CINCINNATI. Nov. 6. It is certain!
! .l... .-l.u....v.k 1.- Vuah rMOlhltr.fln '.
or John R. McLean, democrat, will be;
elected governor tomorrow. The un-i
certain quantity Is the Jones vote. j
It Is conceded that all the votes thar
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lean he controiiea uy innmiw uufu-
noil, ex-Chairman Kurtz and other
' anti-IIanna ivpublicans will be cost for
! Mt Lean. Meantime the gold demo-1
I era is as well as the Bryan democrats
tare supporting McLean and there Is no
SEATTLE. Nov. 6. Four hundred of factional fuss among the democrats.
the First Washington volunteers ar
rived here this morning on the steam
ship Queen and were given a reception
Of Boys' Clothing is in
the wearing. Clothes
must be of best quali
ty to withstand the
healthy violence of
youngsters, or mother
will be kept busy
mending and buying
The tougher the boy
the better we like to
He's the surest test we
M'KINLEY WILL VOTE.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. President
never to be forgotten by those who wit-' McKlnley left tonight for Canton, Ohio,
nessed It, on land or bcu.
See Our Superb line cf Winter Novelty Suits
$2.50, $3.50, $5.00 to $10.00
Bovs' double-breasted snits at 83.0tl to 9.00 .
Youths long trouser suits, $7.50 to$18.00
Overcoats, Kccfcrs, Hats and Furnishings.
A B STEIMBACH 8 CO.
IN THE NORTHWEST
w here he will vote tomorrow.
Corner Fourth and Morrison Sts., PORTLAND, OREGON.