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ASIUKIA. OKWJON, 'I'liKSDAY, NOVEMBER 14. I8!t
The Ecliose Hardware Co.
I I 1
Jlim Itciiiovcil ti it New (Jiuirtfi next
to th Columbia Klrc trinil t Ki'jmir Co.,
llini! dour form llic oM ulntnl, wln' llit-y
will contiiiutt l(t vnrry tho ('uunt Mock of
Htovtw In Astoria.
- - - BOND STREET.
BRITISH TROOPS CAPTURED
BY A SUBORDINATE'S FEARS
Father Matthew Says the White Flag Was
Hoisted Without Authority.
NEWS FROM LADYSMITH SIX DAYS OLD
YmleriUy rirtivNl notice from the miblUlien of rlia
Wknnkh Kihtion or Tim F.ircuiisiitA IliiiTAMiur, that
owing l tu enormous luereaw in I lie ncv t paper with
in Hit int frw wiM-ka,tliy would iliorlly withdraw tlieaali
of their K.nrvrloMHlia at the reciil prico. Our contract
with the pufilinhrra uml'les tu to mtikn thn auine III ml of
fer as licii'lniir. Thirty lri;i volumea of the Knnyclni
ilm, one Kiililfl t' Hvalenmllo leading of thi Kiiryrloe.lia.
Ona Upright Oak Ifcaikraas and On lrgt WVUtcr'a Kn
cyoloedia fres of rlisrjre, All th above will he delivered
iimiq llittitimll oiftil of
JuUnre iu small iiiuntlily pM.vtiii'uts. Cull and look into
GRIFFIN 6b REED.
Hellofrapblc Comrnunfcatlon With tbe Bcsltfcd Town Has Bees
Estatllsbed-Boers at Klmterly Have tbe F.xact Range of tbe
Mines and are Exploding Dynamite Hots.
I.OUIKN'ZO MAlMiUKZ, Nov. I'utlur Matthews,
V clmjilaiit of tlio Irinh fiHiltrrs, who whs caj'tun-d h! the buttle
' of Nicholson's NVIc, has arrived here.
;,' With reference to the Hiirrender of the British troops at
' Nk-IioIwiu'h Nek, Father Mathews said after the mules statu
j'eilfil, the force got hard pressed by tl
have lu ld out however, but soinesubor
tions hoisted a flu tr of truce. !
, Nothing then reiuained fur tliein but to surrender.
caught hold of the live wire and alo a
dead oii which compli-tod the circuit'
t.wl he received a hx:k of two thous-
and volta. HI hund were burned to
He f'-ll to lh" ground and wait pud -d
THE ENGLISH PRESS FEARS
AN OFFENSIVE ALLIANCE
HI NO NKWH.
tt Russia has a Secret Compact with China and
Japan and Strange Rumors are Afloat.
NEW YOHK, Nov. 13.-Ja. J. Corb
has challenged Jos. J. J-ffrle to fight
for thn heavyweight champlonxhlp.
CortxHt deposited 15,000 to te covwrd
LEADVILLE, Colo., Nov. 13.-Tom '
.rrr,".1: ,may make an opportunity to strike
a draw. j
SYRACUSE, N. T. Nov. 13.-Tommy' :
Dixon, of Rlcheater, and Billy Ryan,!
of syracuae. umght fought . w-roun pjj,, DPonats are Active sni London Papers Give Credence to
troy, n. y., Nov. u-chariie coir , the Alarmine Reports-Dispatches From Shanghai Indicate
middleweight champion of the Paclrtcj That A CrlSiS IS ClOSC at Ha ltd.
coaat knocked out Monia, "Muldoon'a
cyclone" In three rounda tonight. j
NEW YORK. Nov. 13,-At the Her- '
cule club, Hrklyn, tonight, Owen .
Zdgler of PhilodHphia, waa knexked (!)
out in the nrth round by charie Burn s Accordin2 to a number of Icadinc London inrer3. Rus- &
nt r'tn.lnnnfl 1 : 11 r ! . . .nr. , i Q
, m iias succeeuen in ionning a secrei auiance wun Japan and
Ciiina that is a menace to Great Britain.
HOHART CONTINUES TO IMPROVE.
Startling dispatches are being received from Shanghai.
. PATr.RsoN, n. j., Nov. is. The tm- j js They declare that the alliance is an offensive one and some I
e enemy. They would j Pavement in the rnuiitum of Mce-g pretext n be foond Tcry goon for a practical demonstration
dinate, without instruc- ? ! anJ m the against England, taking advantage of the lattert difficulty in
! Ily feel confident that tlw life of the OOUth Africa. . S
V ! Ily feel confident that the life of the
If Of High
If ,.. Hud
Is a List
jivi-pr.dt win be prerved for a 5.,5,
lotiR time, e"n If hi complete recovery
.i,i n.,lble bv hi. ohvai- LONDON, Nov. 13-Careful Inquiries to force a aettlement of the depute be-
I.ONIHIN. Nuv. U.-4 30 a. m.-rau- ttppllfj t. the Philippine la among the .., h .Q. DtllA . rfl,u of maJe Dr lne Associaica rretw reveaieu, iween me men engaged in the con
( j v I U Hf. vvj i j - " ' i
1 city c.r r from the front at oavcj aubJu-ts eninuttni the attention of the ... ... .. .,.i im couiiiig wumi m u:pioiimiu wrcrca
; 1 K 1 1 Ilia 1 1 1 raia ci vc
j the rtil.-f lii!-pl cnt-nil In the arrival Philippine cummlBHlon.
1 of n-inf.iri'.'mcntK. j It In understood three members of,
j Enlootirl UlKputrh..a aay lljat hello-( the i-ommlwdon. General Otla. tenby,"J CHARLESTON
1 1 n h cil with Ladyitmrih but far no the (.'hinew exclusion act to the Phlllp-j
newa ha been rlvel. The laat ro-- plma. Admiral D'ey, another mem-!
aaae brut a date of November (. which ber, la aald to be in favor of admitting!
ahow that the uccuihuiui of Lailyamlth the C'hlnesu while Schuerman'a vlewa
had no new of the outHlde world aim hve not bewn made known.
(Je'ifUl French reached PUtermaiits-J '
Imrir m,l thi.i thev were iiul.d at the THE KENTUCKY HUDDLE.
! Inactivity of the Itoera. I
j Ev-r one wuo cimfimt and cheerful, Canvassing n.ard - Return do Not
jbut nil were nuflferlng fnnn the liu-on- Ulcor the MiM,
i veitlence of 1he nl'ge, bred aelllllg at
I thi- ahllllnsn p,-r loaf. ! LOUISVILLH. Nov. W.-The tangle
CJrntlo (looda at
ancv Creamorv Uuttcr in KegH and Rolls.
tly Fresh Vw.
Crop Maple Syrup,
t wheat and Oridle Cake Flour.
;nrd ttSmilh'slancy Italian Prunes.
Crop Nuts, t igs, Mince Meat. A
HIGGINS & CO.
, j c...t- Pr.wM'a diiKhlng aortlea at growing out of la wwk'a election
TIlC SHVCrfiCld Flir HOIlUfflCtUrlllS COipimaarBrla"al!-ne Tln Mr aRy ot the otIhfM count but
2!"K12H Morrlaon HI., I'oPtlnntl, Ore.
To the LncllcH of AHtorlat
V will aiivn you nne-fotirtli on every gHrinnt you puroliBite (rom uh,
IS A WRECK
I here to Justify the alarmist view taken
j by a aectlon of the preaa regarding the
j situation In the far east between' Rug
! alia and Jannjv
That a serious denoument la so close
at hand as Is Indicated by advices from
Shanghai during the last 24 hours, is
; regarded as incredible.
LOST OFF THE LUZON COAST j For a long time It has been known
! here that China and Japan were closely
! aUied but neither British nor Ameri
' The Brief Dispatch Announces ! cah w"i ,n Indon that
That All On Board Were ,
caiwe w are Jirect uianufHt turcra, ami you will suv
Kur rollurettM, hum - H.W !'
KurNirk limn. rrom 7e up
1 aiIIm' K.lnr Tllir Made K11IU trm WW "P
IaiIIn' Kiiis illor Made CI11II1 Jkel, from Jf up
Uillm' Hue Frriich Klnnnel W tutu, from ...l.7.1 up
Alli-l Kklit JiM'ken, liniton l)y, nmile
rpei'llly to onler Irom - IISO.00 up
Hrmotlrlliig of Kur Oarntr uti Into tk Utet Style at vary
low niiiirwi. ,
Htnd fur liliiilmU'd rtlii(ue, wliti li we will gladly mall
Highest rrlcc Paid for Raw Purs. Yours Respectfully,
The Sllverfleld Fur Manufacturing Co.
Largest and Best Equipped
Offices In the Northwest .
Crown nml Bridge Work, $4.60 ixr tooth, guaranteed.
Heat net Teoth. 85.00 fit Kuaranteed.
Bent Fillings, OOo np, giwrantced.
All Work Positively GuaruntecJ
to give Perfect SutlHfaetlon
OR NO FAV.
Vasulnirton Dullding, Corner 4th and Waahtnglon Sta.
Fifth Floor, Rooma-47, 48, f 0, 81, 53.
'Phone Orauon, Brown 493. Columbia gOg'
hord.'i nre nbK. to hold out. Cecil the work or tn county Doaras ot '.om-.
!hi:l 's I employing 8.000 miMi, white mlwloners disclosed little Information
am! Muck, In Klmberley. In roaJ mnk- to clear the situation. J
lug. aa a remeily for dmtltution. j Chairman Urg, of the republican
According to a dispatch from De Aar, campaign commM-e today repeated his
the Koers at Klmberley have got the claim of plurality of 3.111 for Taylor,
exact range of the mlnea and are con- baaed on official returns from 110 coun-
stantly throwing shells at dynamite ties and unofficial returns from the re-
Several of the latter have been blown
tip and the damage la heavy. j
KEFORTED BOER DEFEAT. j
LONDON, Nov. 13. A special dis
patch from Durban, dated Thursday
evening, aaya: '
"Native runners who have just arrived
! .. 1. ldt...t .-inlt
Here inm L'Rinnwi'ii u..--...v. . -that
the Boera suffered a severe defeat
at Ladysmlth this morning. The Ht
guns were slleneisl after four hours",
ftghtln, during which the Boer Kwscs
were heavy. No details received."
MANILA. NOV. 14.-12:30 P.
M. THE UNITED STATES
WHICH HAS BEEN PA
TROLLING THE NORTHERN
COAST OF LUZON. WAS
WRECKED ON A REEF OFF
THE NORTHWEST COAST ON
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7. ALL
ON BOARD WERE .SAVED.
I STOPPED A FRENCH STEAMER.
LORENZO. Marques. Nov. 13. The
I French steamer Cordeba has arrived
here. When 70 miles out she was sig
nalled by the British cruiser Maglclnne
and. as she did not stop a blank shot
I was fired across her bow. After her
1 manifest had been examined she was
allowed to proceed.
Democratic papers and leaders here
have ceased to give figures, but spe-'
clnW from Frankfort quote candidate
O.iebel and oth?r party leaders as say-,
lug they are cinfldwit of success.
Completion of iv.iirns ia be presented
to the state board of election commis-l
sinners when It meets at Frankfort next
.t j 1- .k. j .. 1 1 P nii-k. secretary
llionin SUII Ut"vim Umu me Ufirillli- - - ' ftp
nation of comets which are being ml.-' publican committee, announced today (
'. thai the committee will le calleu to-j.
j gether December, 15 next, at Washing-
'ton, to name the time anJ place for
! holding the next national republican
' PARIS, Nov. IS. This morning's Par
Is papers protest against the stopping
n.t . .. PncS tfaimpr P.-krdohA. hv the
? ! British cruiser Maglctemie of Lourenio
THE NATIONAL CONVENTION, j
CLEVELAND, O., Nov. 13.-Charles:
of the national re-
A BUFFALO STRIKE.
BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. 13. In order
atructlon work and their employers,
regarding wages, the trades and labor
council has ordered out all union men
working on buildings in this city In
which iron is being used. Four thou
sand men are affected.
NEW YORK. Nov. 13.-The case of
Prof. Arthur McGlffert, of the Union
theological seminary, who Is charged
with holding vl?ws that re at variance
with the doctrines of the Presbyterian
church, cam) before the presbytery to
day and was referred to the general aa
sombly. STILL LOVE THE HORSE SHOW.
NEW YORK, Nov. 13,-The fifteenth
annual horse show began in Madison
square garden today with a gooJ at
tendance. The statement made of late
that the popularity of the horse ghow la
waning was flatly contradicted" by the
large attendance this afternoon and
OMAHA. Nov. 11 Confirmation waa
made at the Thurston residence In thla
city today of the report that Senator
John M. Thurston was to wed Miss Lola
Pearman of Washington.
ed In several parts of the state.
RECEIVED WITH CAUTION.
Seven Huudivd and Twetrty Quarts of convention.
Nltro Glycerine Turns Loose j The following named cities are men-j
" t .i.,n.i oa nr,.hnh1 nonlicttiits for the rrv.
I TIFFIN, O.. Nov. 13.-A maxailne. . vjnr. I i
LONDON. Nov. 13,-The Drakensburg by Qlyc national conation ne jejr
dispatch by way of Durban, which was wo and a ha,f mllty, of Kansas C ty. Ch.c.r J -.-.
hrno.ht in bv a Kaffir, reporting severe . (ku i Francisco. Cleveland. Minneapolis. Den-
defeat of Boers at Ladysmlth. Thurs- The waa u town, wUhln' ver. Milkaukee and Buffalo.
day, may turn out to be correct, but In of 0 mUe8
view of previous experience, It muM be Benjamln Cardi driver of a ock
received with caution. It appears, how- wago had brought a load of 720 quarts
ever, certain that heavy fighting occur- of ntrQ glycertn, from ne factory at
reu. ana mat tne lyuuuc i i. "-'- Bradford and was unloading tt when( j
.... 7 j mown to atoms ana pieces . no.s.
ANOTHER TROOPSHIP ARRIVES.1 were found miles away It l i.up- judge ln he WeraI
THE RIOT CASES.
Trial of Cases Involving Five Million
posed he had a companion but this Is
LONDON, Nov. 13.-A dispatch form no positively known.
Cape Town to the war office announces
Tku in nes In which various rall-
Th .n1olin made a hole seven feet
' MmiunLt ask for JUUgmems
.v. .j.i .h ,n.uv r.t the ti-oooshln deer In solid rock and people within ' J . ... W
'm "" ...v.- . . - 1 against tne city ror ummis -
Armenian. This brings the total num- a mne oi ui pih iv.-vc-i-u
ber of relnforcemenils to 12,8uj of which .
about 6,000 are already on the way to
Durban. Eleven thousand men are due
at Capo Town tomorrow (Tuesday.)
KILLED BY ELECTRICITY.
I property, suffered during the railroad
I strike ln 1894 on, account of the alleged W
1 failure of police authorities to furnish W
Son of a Salem Minister Caught Hold adequate protection. j
The acirreirate amount of these claints
CHINESE IN PHILIPPINES.
of a Live Wire.
SALEM. Nov. 13. Archie McKlllop.l
is nearly $.i,OOO,O0O.
- m., u tk.i. the 13 year old son of Rev. Ronald Mc
The CommlHsloners are Turning Their ' I
..... .u u ikih... Killop. pastor of the Baptist church of
Attention to the Advisability of :
I this city, was killed by a live- electric,
wire Ihlg evening.
SEATTLE. Nov. 13.-Brokers today
made another cut of $2 in the rate from
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
See Our Superb Line cf Winter Novelty Suits
$2.50, $3.50, $5.00 to $10.00
Bovg' donble breasted anits at $3.00 to $9.00
Youths long tronser suits, $7.50 to f 18.01)
Overcoats, Reefers, Hats and Furnishings.
A B STEINBACH 8 CO.
IN THE NORTHWEST
Corner Fourth and Morrison Sts., PORTLAND, OREGON.
the Chinese exclusion law
13.-Whether The boy climbed a pole supporting Seattle to Chicago making set onu hum 'gggggggg.;
w should be ; the wire. At tne neigni oi to leei no ia jv. i