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TIE TRANSVAAL WAR
Tlio Latest Dispatch From
Boers Suffcrdd a Severe DcfcaWBritish Reported to Be Holding
Out WcllNo Danecr of European Intervention-'
A Doers Defeat.
nr Aaioclnteil lrea to Hie Jnnnnl.
Losnox, Xov. 13. A dispatch from
Durban dated Thursday says; "Native
runncra report Hint IJocrs suffered n
sovcro defeat ntLadysmlth thisinornlmr.
Tho lloer guns were silenced after four
hours of fighting during which Iho losses
UKM.I.V ov. ;i.X Tho Vosslcho 'M
lung, discussing the probabilltv of in
tervention by a European nnwvr ilur.
lug tho hostilities In South A frirn says :
"Howover much Great llrltlan's no
sitloii in Africa may Iks imperiled, it is
iiilto unlikely that Russia will make
any anti-British movo. Great llrltaln
ran rely upon American und Japanese
Hitpitort In the event of any difficulties
with Russia In China."
Doer Defeat Discounted.
Ixisno.v, Nov. 13. A Prnkensburedli.
patch, reKrting severe ilefeat of IJoers
ul Lndysmith Thursday, 'must bo re
reived with caution. It appeas how
ever to lw certain that heavy lighting
occurred. A belated dispatch from
I-adysmith Nov. 7. coflrms tho Idea
that the temporary cessation of tho
Hoer bombardment is duo to Joubert's
waiting the arrival of other guns.
Art Delnp Attacked by the Doers With
London, Nov. 13. Tho simultaneous
attacks on Ladysmlth, Mafeklnir and
Klmberly which o)eneil Thursday man
ifest ii recognition !y tho Uoors of tho
fnol that every day lessens their chances
of a successful onslaught on any of the
British strongholds. Joubert's chance
of reaching Piotnrmarllxhiisg can le
wild lo have vanished. This is reiHirtcd
lo bo admitted by Col. Sehlel. tier,
tiinti olllcer, commanding the liner ar
tillery. Dutlsh Molding Out.
London. Nov. 13. 1:30 There are
signs oi greatly Increased activity in
Natal and along tho western frontier.
All the dispatches tend to show that the
Itritlsh nro holding out nbly. Colonel
linden-IVm-ull reorts that all was well
at Mafeklng on November (I. Ijidy
smith's J latest date is November -4,
while nothing ml versa in beard from the
latter point, and conlldenco is felt In
uenerni wiuto's nhllltv, previous ox.
uirleuco having shown that the Iloer ar
tillery is nut very effective.
Justice of the .Peace Johnson today
handed down his decision In tint Imv
t replevin cones which haltingly dragged
uiuir wmry leuglll lliroUKII IDS COlirt
last week, giving u verdict for defendant
In each case.
Time and Victory.
If reinforcements arrive promptly tlio
town may bo wed time is all Imixirt
ant ; this is why when you nro driving
on ImsiiiusH you newl a llrst'clnss tenm
as can Ih had from the old post-olllco
Ktnhlos. Oii.uaji Alluow.v.
A Pardon Issued.
James Ioxley, of Knterprise, who
Hoxluy, of Knterprise,
sorved two years In tho Oregon Pen!
tentlary, was trxlay pardoned and re
stored to citizenship by Gov. (leer.
Old folks Whist Club.
Tho Old Folks Whist Club will meet
nt tho residence of H. Ilreymen, this
evening and all memWa are invited
o be present.
.bM IH V n
Past and our stock is still well
up on all the ditTercnt patterns
in the several principal kinds:
All briyht,' warm, cheerful
Ladysmith is -Dated Nov
ember 9. "
The Bird of Freedom.
Jack Patton, of Macleay, shot n largo
grey eaglo Sunday. Tho bird was sitting
In n tree on his farm, but Hew ns Mr.
Patton camo near. At n distance of
fully 200 feet one buckshot broku ono
wing which let him down to tho ground.
Mr. Patton tried to tak'o tho eaclo alive
out was unable as it showed tight.
The bird is on exhibition at Stoiner's
ilsh market. A pair of theso eagles has
been near Macleay since last February
and has carried awny sovornl hundred
dollars worth of lambs and pigs from the
fanners near tho place. Tho wings of
bird stretch 7 feet.
Tho law students dc-butlng society,
surname! the Demosthenlan Literary
Society held their meeting nt Justice
Johnson's odlco Saturday night and
carried out their program as published
In Tun JouitxAi.. Tho main question,
"Itcsnlreil that the present imlloy of tho
government toward tho Philippines
should 1m maintained," was decided
Isaac Conklln, of tlio 8. P. Freight do
iwt, received a telegram last Sunday
THE TAMMANY CHIEF.
Croker Declares it is Too Early to Forecast
the Democratic Nomination for
Ilr Aaiiii'tnlrd l'rr lu lh Juurnnt.
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 13. Richard Ciiiker
"Do you think Urynii will be tioinlu.il.
ed for president next year?" "It's n
little early to say who will bo iiomlnat
ed," ho replied. "Hut," Croker was
evening notifying him of the death, of
his slator Nora, wllopHj. NT'MShroe, nt
ZaiiPHvillo, Ohio. She died Sunday
moniiiig and will he burled at Gallon
the old home. She was a niece of Mrs.
Sauifou Junes iiml Mrs. J. J. Hotitt, of
thiselly, mid bad seernl noiUutntaiiccH
Appoint Civil Govurnoru
Cuba nnd Porto RlooHn
Ilr Aiiui'inlril I'm la lb Juurnnt
Nkw York, Nov. 18. A speclul to
tho Herald from Wuehtngton says:
President MoKlnley wilt tell congress of
his intentions to appoint civil governors
of Cuba nnd Puerto Iiico.undiniy even
wait for congressional action ln-fore an
nouncing the upointmeut, 81 rung
procure Is lnilng brought to txwr upon
the president for tliuimmedlnto apolut-
ineiit of these governors.
MARION COUNTY MATT,EI1B
Business Being Transacted at the Couit
II. A. Salisbury, giiurdluu of tho Hir
fon ami ostato of Mary I), tihepard,
Insane, has filed lilsmimlaiimiulneoouiit.
lie hasls-eii allotted JSf for ixirvlftts
runderixl, and John I lay lie ih a n
olloueil f 10 for legal Mirvlre.
fininiitil K Cornelius aixl wife, to
CurtUs I.uuiIkt Co. W neros ill nt-cllou
Lt 10 sr So., wd.llrm
J 11. Williams and wife to W. J. Car
Uton lot No 7. In bliKik No. 3H. North
K.ilm.1. w .l.llfXI.
P. H. Llxht and wifo to KrlwMls
rhurtih ltomUlt), one uere uar IUhk
UWr w d, m.
Judge Boise Adjourns His Department
Until Nest Week.
tii u4 AIImiiv uimI
DapurtiBWit No. A,
Judgti IMmi nuulotliM follOttlHK
In tl.liKiUr fit tit s(ttw ol . J.
Ilurren. dtHwHl spul fw Mutr
r.Mirt. lKrw of prfllMhht tHHw Jii
W.K ItaxUrvs-W. 1 Jwiksj writ
i ievtw dkmlMetl ami JnlgHMMit M
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STATE RED HOT
Suspicious Dolay In tho Ro-Count-
Inn of tho Ballots Arousos
Ilr .oclntnl I'm tn h Jonrnnl.
Iajuisvim.r, Nov. 13-Connthig tho
twllots bythobord of canvassers was
resumed this morning. Iloth sides still
claim tho cclectlon.
Count Using Delayed.
Ilr Anclntril I'ret to the Joarnnt.
IlAHRouttsviiXK. Ky Nov. 13. Over
4,W0 people from tho rural dia
trlcts are congregated hero tjday.
Mandatory Injunctions have been
filed on tho election "commissioners
to compel them to finish the count.. The
people are wrought up to tho highest
excitemeuUnd trouble is feared.
THE SCHOOL. BOARD ACTS.
Children Must Reside In the District Two
Weeks Before Enterlnc ctioo.
siieciai meeting oi tno iioani was
Id Saturday nhiht. Amamiotlicr mm.
held Satunlay night. Among other mat
tors thev nassed n reooliitlnn itrnlill.lt im.
he cnrollinent of now pupils In the
acnoois uniu utter tney sunn nave been
residents of tho district for more than
Tho subject of compelling pupils In
the different schools to bo vaccinated
was iliscussed, but no action was taken.
Chairman llruce made a hard fight for
what ho called "compulsory vaccina,
tlon," nnd Director Johnson muilo a
motion to that effect, but failed tn re
ceive n second. Supt. Yoder nnd tho
respective principals were present, and
cave their views and somu liiformatlnu
on the subject.
Loilgo, No.'J53, of tho
IVI.II.I V'll.VJIl Ul lllllUllllll 11 111 llltlll (III
open meeting tonight in their hall,abovo
oi America, will
Harriett A Uiwrcuce s grocery store.
reminded, "you did not ynu say you
were for llryan."
"No." answered the Tamuiauy chief,
"1 said llryan was a great leader and
an able democrat. I think so yet. I do
not say he will ho nominated, and am
not predicting who will ho. It's too
'I'n ii fritiviut llu i
rnthkred. Kvoryb'sly In
rvli ly invito.!.
Violin solo, Mlsi
Till In solo, A 1 1st Nellie Drown.
A ill I ruin of welcome.
Kdlo, Mrs. Iltllle I'.trrNh lilngon.
Heeltation, Miss Mima (leer.
Fraternity, C)l. Joint L. Iliudluy,
siiiirumu vloo prenliUut und secretary,
violin solo, Miss Nellie llniwn.
Itecllatlou, Mrs. Jones
Solo, Mrs. Iltlllo Pii'rlsh-IIliUM.
Crushod By tho Dofunt Or Uon-
ornl I'nrndos nnd His
Ilr Aioolnt(l Vrtm to lit Journni.
Wasiiimiton, Nov. 13. Tho rtuto de
prtrlmunt has received reports of tho
itirrender of Paradm, at Puerto Calmllo,
Venezuela, after eight hours fighting.
General Parades was a former com
mander of the army of nx-Prosldent
Andrude. who had refused the demand
made tlxm him by (leneral Castro and
tho de facto authorities to surrender the
town, even when this was rolnfnieed by
the request of tho llrltUh, Amerlrau,
French, German and Duteh wiuimnH!
ers. Tlio kllleil mih! wotiiMled n&rptftlv
ISO). Castro holds every r mhI jikeo
of eonwueiiat In Venonisls.
An Insane Woman.
Wllhemlne Midler, of llarlow, ngd 1$
years, was toil ay brought to the aylum.
Deodlu uiiti what uwmy ym with lo
Invest In a viitUtikmmt talk ItoHttstl
and wo will as ItoiHrsily gi voh the bt
vHiiiu (or your mimy 1 uw r ihi
lUly u-o our JutlgMtwit in taytog
litW r Wg.
WKtih and blame us for all w rofs.
HERMAN W. DARR S, O.,
nvlwttu OtMaii 118 Bute fit
tnIU to no nt Oiitn riun.- n u.
bor-WIII the Whole World
Co to Wnr?
Mr Aatnrlnttd fr.i to lliit Jonrnnl.
Ia)sih).v, Nov. 13. A dispatch from
Shanghai says the differences between
Russia and Japan aro nccentuntp.1 liv
Japan's refusal to grantRusslan foothold
on .Massampo harbor, Korea.
London. Nov. 13.-Tho Shanghai cor-
rcpoiuioni oi tlio Dally Mali says:
"An unenfy feeling regarding the re
latlons of Russia nnd Jamn is spreading
There is no doubt that Japan Is pruts
tlcally rallle.1 with China, diwuli,. tl...
digrndatlon which tho einpreisdownBcr
iullltited upon tho Chinese en-oys tn
Japan on thoir recent return. This was
mendy n tactical move, with a view of
A largo Itusslau licet intends winter
ing tit Nngaskl harbor, and some re.
monstrance by Japan is probable,
niivu.nuiiry, oi rrtlssiil, tlio com.
manner oi tho Oernmii squadron in the
North Pacific, Is watching tho progress
of ovents. ' "
Ho recently dwlarwl, in thocourto of
a conversation, that the Japanese army
was In splendid condition from tho
Kuropcan point of view."
Tho Dally Mall says:
"Wo jinderslaud Ithero Is consider
able censorship on eahlo messages from
DIO UOUNTY MONBY,
Will be Demanded By Dewey and
Ilr AMnclntnt I'rr.i I. (he Journni.
AKWfliiK. Nov. 111. A sH-clal to the
i leruiiuroni Washington Says t On be.
hall of Admiral Dewey, audollleers mid
men, Washington nttorneys bavo usketl
tho court of claims to find that the
amount of Ixmnty money dim them is
A Second Hepoit.
Ilr Aii-lNlril I'rria i Jinirunl.
WAMiHNtmiN, Nov. Ul.-The seen ml
dlMilnh Iroiii Otis Is as followsi
Manila. No news of Uwlou's ml
vauco yesterdity. InmirgeutH 15,000
strong are nivorled as retiring rapidly
norlhward, miiklngnu resistance. Our
casualties ure Ketnnd Lieutenant Davis
aiulM voluntivrs klllwl. Seven en
listed men are rcHrled killed. Tho en
emy upiMkiin U) Ihi deinorall.e and
show much dlaorgiiuix atlon.
Declines to lie a Candidate,
Councilman Ia'o McOrettT of (he
Third Iwiiril, has Ikhiii urged by n niiin
Iwr or his friends to lnvome it euudldate
for riMilectlon, hut imslllvuly dwllui-s lo
Hirmlt tho nee of hiHimine.
Boers Making Hmoke.
Out of iNiwdur hul Halciiu-ltlseiiH are
more elvlllnil nnd make smoke of I.a
yes! the rain has como again,
ike winter It dues seem,
And most people on these dump day
Don't care to out Ice erimm,
For Ijulles we havo candle sweet,
And thoy think It no Joke,
When men huyswrel of Kills A Inn
And get themselves a smoke.
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THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICE
KFnVi I IUwng
Makes tho food moro
wiUnroiMwin ro n tm
Aguinaklo and His
By an Associated Press CorrcspondcntHc Did NtElto
the Northwest as RcportcdThc Insurgent Cue is &v
pcrafc Straits ,, Filipinos Deathly Afraid of AmcrlcaM''
Sixty Thouwnd Troops Arc on the Wayv,Filipino Firws
arc Disheartened and Demoralized.
Br Amix-IMcI Vttm in llir Jonrnnl.
Ma.niu.Nov. III. General Yonne I
supixiswl to havo reaohwl Han Nicholas,
hut his wagons nro far behind.
Col. Hayes has captured Agulnaldo'rt
secretary. Major Coleman is In Car
rangtau with an escort of 17ft holomau
ou his way to tho province of Nuovn
A correspondent of the Associated
Press, with Young, telegraphs from Sail
Josu that Aguiualdo did not cecals) to
tho Northwest. He and his armv. the
correspondent amis, am surrounded.
His last order to the Filipino command
er at Han Jono was to hold Han Joso mid
Carrauglan at all costs. Ilmmt en
oountors nro lisi one sided to bo called
lights. The Insurgents are mortally
afraid of the Amorloans, howuer strong
Manim, Nov. Ill, 8:", n. in. Oolonel
IWI'h regiment and u small futvo of
mirnlry entereil Tarlao last plght with.
out opposition. Whero Aguhiuldo, with
his army mid the no-culled gnernmeut,
have I led Is a mystery.
A Qeueral Movement.
WAsiiiNimis, Nov, 111. Following
"Manila MacArthur's advance i-n
tered Tarlao yost enloy . Many deserters
from the enomy, hiwtnii Is pushing
forward with grwtl energy. Ills iu.
vonro Is obliged In leavn lwlilttd all
trunspnrtiitlnu mid ilejKwul to n great ex
tent iiniu the et.untry fur MilwUtoniv.
Hayes is in the vicinity of Uirraiiglan.
He niptiire.1 a large amount of Insurgent
property, loguther with Agulnsldn'e
prlvato si-oretary and seven olllcer.
Young with tho third eoviilary and
the llateson scouts, followed by n bat
trillion of tho Twenty lecoiul Infantry,
leaving Miltnl nil truiiiportation,
piuluslouton the Han Joxo, I.iimnin,
Son Queutliimid Mayuga roads, nnd
ssaltered thutfiiemy statloueil ut ihse
urply Dpot Taken.
Vessels with h squadron of the third
vuvalry hastened foiwnnl to Maymg.
wht-retlie limurufiils supply deMl wn
Cr m m-.
i MiiyiiiyMfrt"T ii ii in ' l j ill lu I 1
i It's "t
'nualnoss"' not !
J Of yimr politic or mm, ST
t Journal Advertising Pys , J
delicious and wholesoww
Array are Reported Sur
Captured. SOCIIrllKr n laran .biaiu'i '
g I provisions, nlson number of Insurymt
l( prlnouers, sixty-nlno Banish nnd sev-
eroi American prisoners.
Indications nro tho fniurgeNt will
not escmH) to I ayoubong without wrut
. Ifilcul tyand loss, If at all. OurtroojM,
sufferwl great hardslilis and havo mV
formed moit everti wrvlee. but ro n
jjortcd In excellent comlltlon anil slr
! in i l,0n v!,,or?r,1 ImlomlUble
will bo illipluyed by tho ofilcerstwas
Manila, Nov. 13.. -Tho moral effect of
tho news that (10,000 troops nro on the
way hero has been umicstlonably great.
IjuvIuu Intercepted a telegrem from the
Insurgent rnjitaiii otthu Filipino RQitcral,
' (low can you blamoma for retreating
when only twelve ot my conmiiiy nre
niilo to light." '
One thinjj is certain
Hax Fkakcimio, Nov. 13,-
IMIIIII HM I .11.1, 1.. . II
Hair Vigor I
S makes hair grow. '
WHEAT MApKBT.;vv?H '
I Oiiioiaoo, Nov. IB. May
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