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The London Times Roasts the Ordnance
Continues v Humorous Mcs
sage Sent in a Five Pound
Shell . New Zcland Regi
ment Scores a Victory
What Gcncr?.l Butler Wants
" England at Last Decides to
Send Cavalry to South Africa
Now Mobilizing the Ycc
manry t 1 en 1 housand
Mounted Infantry to Be Dis
patched to the Scat of War v
Enthusiasm of Volunteers
llr Aaam-lntril I'rras In the Junrnnl.
P.utis, Dec. SO. It is rumored here
dial tlio hank of Ktissia ha advanced
the bank of Kuglutid eight million
Ily Aaaorlntrtl I'reaa in Ihr Jnarna.1.
IONif, Doc. 20 tnrlber accounts
of the Tugeln Mver battle eiiiplmsjie
tlio ignornucu of the llrltish intelligence,
department in regard to the dlsMsition
of the Hoer forces. .Tlio ilritlsli were
not nwnro that tlie llocrs were entrench
ed along a series of low-lying hills, itn
mediately northward of the Colenso
bridge, until a staggering lire compelled
them to rot mi t when tbu attack seemed
iiIkiiiI to succeed. The Itoers weroalso
in greater numlH'rs than waantiib
It Ik-coiiics clear also that the Uritlnh
gillie were lost In tlio nltemptlng to nil
within effetittvo range of the lloer ar
tillery, showing Unit tbo latter out
ranged the llritinlt ' ordlnaiue. The
Dritish war olllco iitrncH in for scathing
deiiiinciatou from the Times today, for
not providing prour artillery. There
was no news this morning to enlighten
tbo general situation.
The Dtltlsh Advance
December 18, ufter shelling Jiim'oiiIcIii
farm three miles eastward of the H.wr
jMisltion, tlie.N'uw ealamlerH (K-cupled
llr Aaaurlnlcil lrr lu llir Jiiurnnl
I)nik)n, Dii'.'i.M. The last ne from
.... .1.1.. I . .!-...! .1... ..I... I I .........
.MIIIOKUlg l IIHII1I IIMIPIilll UIKI riljn.
Dotuiltory iHunbardment cotitinued and
sharpflioolers eugngo in smurt duels
inoriiliigH and evening. I'lio dlsatcb
d'HcrllMva novel uivIIunI of sending
' mtWHiguri itdoptcd by Minn Iknirs. A
!llvifMiinder shell 'was Urol Into the
town and did not explore. It wan
opcudud and found to contain as letter
"Dour I'ewell: Kseuw Iron mown
ger. No other menus of oniumiiniou.
tlon. I'leaso tell Mrs. hor mother
and family are all well. Don't drink
all tbo wliteku)'. l-eavu soine for us
when h get In."
A Kumar Absut OJnj.
I,omii.n, IW. SO. A dispatch
at S3 lasts 10 Years,
Buy one and save
SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER
j nnrlwvn dated Saturday say His rumored
unit ucnerai miner cauea mr volun
teers to recover, tlio abandoned, guns
ami Hie party Viroittjht luthoguii. which
A Uoer Estimate.
New Youk, Doc. IM. Charles I).
Tierce, consul in this city from tlio Or
ange Free State, was asked what ho
Uioitiilit about the way things were go
lug in South Africa, lie wild:
"Tlio llritlsh can send 1,800,000 troop
down there instead of lSO.OOO it they
want to. nnd still thov won't ent the
.1 ' -- - - ,, .. . 0-
.' upper hand for a year or two,"
Pry As They Shoot.
Xkw Yoiik, Dee. 1M. A dispatch from
Antwerp says: Two great prayer meet
ings wore liold tonight at Uottonlain by
tlio Dntcli pat tors gathered from al I
Holland. Tlio Transvaal hymn was sung
and (10,000 florins collected for the Hour
Xkw Yoiik, Dec. ;20. Uindon panirn
display much nnxlety over the attitude
of Menellk, tbo emperor of Abyssinia,
toward England. There is a dispute ni
I to .tlio boundary between Egypt and
Abygsinlu, and it is feared Menolik may
consider the present an excellent time
to make a deiuonitratlon agalnt the
After Midnight Ncwj,
London, Dec. SO, 4:4ft a. in. The w
eminent has at last consented to mo
bilize a forco which Ueueritt Duller Is
credited with having demanded nil
along as essential to success In South
Africa, namely, 10,000 mounted Infantry.
This innruiiig the war nlllce lMiiod an
order to the offeut that tbo government
had decided to raise for South Africa a
mounted Infantry force, to lw called,
"Imperial Yoemanry." to l recruited
from yeomanry, volunteer andlclvillans
post-cssiug the rtsptislte iuallllcntlons
l'.nlUtiiicnt will bo for one year, or
during the enntinuunco of the war'.
The men must bo between SO and S3
years of ago, and ofivpial physique to
tbo ordinary cavalry soldier. Olllcera
nnd men are to provide their own
horses and to wear neutral lint cloth
shooting jackets, not mvexsarlly mil.
form, felt hats, lirtvche.i mid gaiters.
All must bo goo. I riders and marksmen.
The same order invites overy volun
teer regiment Unit is linked with reg
ular balulllou serving at tlie front to
fcupply a full company, which will Ink
the place of tli uionntl infantry of
H'tiertoarraugemsutD are uxwlcd to
result in a considerable force. The en
rolled strength of the yeomanry fiireiw,
which originated in the troublesome
Hrlods of tbu l-'rciic.h revolution, is mm
10, i:l:t. Their nirvinw liavo never liefnre
been nillel for ill war.
The lord mayor of Umdou, Alfred
Now ton, is raising and equipping a force
of 1UKJ vdliiuleers uinniig the Iy eorps.
The large nlty llruiH are contributing the
Colonel Sir Charles llotcard Vincent,
tioiuuiundautof the Queen's Westminster
volunteers lias als) offered to raise a
regiment of 1000 pinked inmi.
Ninety sir cent of the inelnUtrs of tin
Honorable artillery company, uf UiihIoii
have voluiiteensl for rtirvta' in Smi(Ii
Two-thinU of tlio Inns of Cixirt volun-
i, ....... , .I t l...-J..J ..,! ...II..1
uiirn, (nuiiKtwsi in imiircims hihi iiri i
tors. imvH lik.-HiM lund.tr! tl-lr a-r.
The enthusiasm of volunUtr millal
inents continual, ami promhxM U give I
the government iasrt lilttlerlsl.
Iludyard Kipling addracMnl a WHiting
at Hottingdeaii last evening, culM fori
the pursse of forming a vdunttasr com
pany. The Ueii has uunouiic4l her inlli
tiuii f entt-rtuiiiing at Wiielw.r atw, !
DiveinlsrSl', the wives ant .luldreu of
n ittT-'lb'1 '; kll.l' ' ' "I'l
Wi.au naxHitiitM Hrfir r.
y.,t- love t iba -I r awl Ilia iUl
inn Ian it" ular
lii all uvea ilvr ml K ' rjr
. :. i . . ...i.;...i u'l..u...JJ U.J aiara
. vJ:.. .it .ni,Li ni fSLuMU am
of g'dl' amI Wlver gooto Ua wr -Mntr Jnli. lir jtifm ) .hi mill
regard with favor.
Just a fe SUggtNttllMW.
, ...... Tbito'erfM. bu . 'aMirTK jr wt Mlr wmj t-M
WATCUfcS t4iMiidtd Urlaasl Itaa 4. Una aiwi
VII ir;l I A 111 l- VvAWI- ...an. .n.t.ii.il.1 U .tuumti hala. alaA aoM lava U '
.- . .,. T . r- U.ir unrauwl ta iij allrarllr. Vara fttuf am
SLVER TAUI.fc WARE iiiBfsi.i4r.B.i-iiMniiia.ia
.a. ... uuu it man Hawlr tut iiU VIi.iIHmu lba a
N" IMl. ! alattl.frwlaalwaitW.WNl
Ik i. ..,.,, .,, H,Mi,.i.i..H-tnlwit4il.M(r iba l
I JtWRLRY Km t. I". 4Un i..ru. at
EARR'S JEWELRY STORE, jim
LEADERS IN LOW fMUCBS.
'WMMWWMtMt(aiMMl,WMMWBtMM- t -r, ,--""' "' , Pfca
soldiers serving in South Africa,
reside In the neighborhood. Ten
Iki served, her majesty probably
Bititng in jierson, and a Christina tree
SM feet high will hang with g(t,
CHINA AND JAPAN.
Further Evidence ol a Secret Understand-
Ing Uuween Them.
llr AaaorlNlril frr.a to Ihr J.iorn.l
SirvNi.it!. Nov. M.-AddlHonul in
dint I ton, of n secret understanding be-
A 2000.00 PENSION
Proposed For tlie
Place to Be Provided For Cleveland's Secretary of State The
Naval Department Asks
gressmen Go Home For
l'ot Lawton's Widow
llr .taanrlntrtl l'rr. in the JiiiirDnl.
Wasuixuto.v, IHv. SO. Senator Fair
Hanks lutiiHlnced a hill grauiliitra pen
sion of fS.000 yearly to the widow of
(leueral Law ton.
llr Aponrlnlril frr la Ihr Jimranl
Wismximix, Dec. SO. Three fourths
of tne seats In the liouse were empty to
day, n majority of the niviiilwrn having
left for their homes to sjnmd tlio holi
days. After reading the journal I'ayue
moved an adjournment, the motion was
defeated on n rising vote. .Mr. I'ayue
demanded the ayes and noes.
"Motion was defeated and I'ayue was
suhJoetiM to come giHshnntiired chaffing
by lllcbardiou. Urow scoured the Ihsir
for it brief reply to tlie remarks of
Haines yeitenlay ni'du'ter some routine
business to the bouse adjourned until
.lannnry I, 1000.
twwn China and Japan is
in thu honors conferred on
I'uinio, who resigned the
tion of JuiKinoNt minister ut
It Is said, to take the jsist of foreign ad
viser to the IiiiH'rlul Chinese govern
ment. The empreje Dowager conferred
on him the double drugou of the llrst
class, lie has left for Toklo for special
iustruetiims from the JaiKiunse govern
ment. KILLED BY
MUiiui- 'ill " ij, ilJiiaay J
YmiMMTUWN, O , Dee, St). A letter
wriltun by l.leiileiiunt-Colouel llreurtou
w nx received by lh widow of the lute
.MnJ(r.lolni A. liguii. It setunt rest
the story tba't ligun wuskllhsl by his
own men. Ilreeiton states i lull l,ogan
nassbutby theui.Biny'H bullets while
assisting Mounded soldiers.
LABOR LEADER ,
Mr A Iialril I'rraa lu llir JimrMl
Dtmcoir, Dec Sti. Hamuel (lunir
uf th Ainerliwn feilertttloii oflulxtr.
lias unanimously re- eim-imi iirtkwieui
WIIOI.HSAI.B ANID IHiTAIL
special imk:bs ON CHUIST-
184 Statu Hi.
h hW awl ittlJ Um. hmrt ihJ ;
mlHnale vulaw : ia taM luwrlal of U
bail at muflh lo t Irad. (W dlwalgy
tM H 'Htta. Tb 1n
anal aulitn iaiaiar w
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20 1899 .
IH A..orlnlrA, l-rraa I,, ttia Junrnnt.
1oi.ti.ami Dec. 20. In the federal
eour.ttoday Van (J. Atexandor, the de-'
(cctivo who secured the nrret of Unr-I
..i i. ....... i
tiny mm rarrcns me .Malheur county
Oregon stage rohliers, has placed on
trial. Alexander is charged by Jlarclay
ami Farruna with Wing their oeeoinpllce.
K. I). I'pshur.driver, was on tlieuno
stand and descrllHMl the hold up of the
It's so nearly a tntm-un In somo nr.
dcrs whether tlio sheep or the goats uro
in tlio asceiiilancy that Ida iiile.itlon
wnuiiieritHn rellwtion or a certificate
of character to 1k iilnck-balltil by them
For Two Training Ships Con
I'lsce for Olnev.
nr A..el,d .r. , J(1Br,
WASinynTiiv l.w. .vi -i . .
,,11!..., ,-. I I I " r "' ," Prilling
...... . ..... . , ,u gl,,0 a coniiium-
lontlon from the regents of the Hinlth.
"iii'-m lusllltilo. suggesting In tlio form
of it Joint resolution the appolutnient of
a former trctary of stale, Itiolmr.1
OliiBy,tolt, vacancy on tlm mn
of n-gents. The resolution was left on
Mr A..u..uii Pr, u th9 Joutultl
Nkw Yohk, Dee. SO. A iw-,ii . .i...
"Tbo navy dctiartim.nl ...
flrstKlaw training ships. Such .hips
" "'nil Ol SkllUlI
seamen to work
No Match for Hip inn.
South African Krnulllca
lie reverse, with nhichtbe llior-
"Uglily Inline,! ami imierlmiCKl
11 . . . hu-
lie naiMs of Houth African farmers U
inexplcahle. The llrltsh have met ullh
II repulse III etery buttle of iiuv nm,
-.,... ......!,. imsiuxeu piaco uptiiihito
......., 1 "'"""Hint lying's Nek Has at llrst
part of deiiural White, but the Uhor
rupuliHM which Imve Mloitcd ut Storm- shown hlmtflf to be the greatest lvlu '
burg and Moddor river enidiaslte Iho'geneml of Ibimpe. '
fact that the llritlsh am otilguiiciulcl
or elsothoolllcers In oominand are la.l "
luitrlllitalti.l.aa-.a. ..!. a . . I
7 " "' " "'""" I""" "I KlioHle-lge
topography of the country. It
Wc will offer all our
i.mH Knnhnn hnv(. i rjvs. i ooacco iars v asemie Idre etc. ill iujc;
' Venetian and Bohemian glass, Royal Bonn srt
GREAT REDUCTION FOR 3 IDAYS.
S ? .
j li-rtr i
Keep your eye on Ihis ipacc, there will be son.eth.ng of great IiMca
s J ,
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest calce, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., whicu;ex- , , ,
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable ,
by the use of any other leavening1 agent ' !
Made from pure, grape cream of Urtiuv
BOYM. PAKINO POWDtH CO., HtW YORK.
wa.1 to lie expected that the llritlsl
would tlnd Itdllllcillt to cope with tlio
sujiorlor numbers they would at first
havo to rontent against, but at prorcnt
tbo llocrs havo no advantage over the
llritlsh in numerical strength, as tlio
latter lutvo upwards of SO.000 troom
engaged lu tlio Transvaal war as com
Kircd with 6(J,00H or 00,000 farmora
under Taul Kruger. When It is romom
bcred that there were onlx 21,000
Ilritlsli soldiers engaged in the llattlu of
Waterloo it Is all tlio moro itrango that
with a forco of po.OOO not one battle out
of the nine engagement that havo
takou place up to date ran Im regarded
as a victory for the Ilritlsli,
We cannot understand how it Is (km
slblofor the farmers of tlio Trnnnavai
to lutvo from IS.OK) to 15,000 men
Rationed nt no many different place to
meet the forces of thu enemy. The
llritlsh eohllur has (tnv equals as n
daring lighter and the many uuitio-
cessdil sorties attomptcl must Im at-
tribulabln to a decaying leadership.
Hud this government been no more suc
cessful In putting down the lusurnv-1
tlon In the Philippines than the llrit
lsh havo k'on in tlio Invasion of Houlh
Africa we would havo boon the laughing i
stock ot all nations. While e we'o
largely outiiiputHinl to conimeuco w tU
the American troops suffered not ovn
one discouraging defeat. Hut lu this
country our troopi are hl principally
by young men who won their way from
thu lower rank up to their proionlpo-
itmns ananotny men with a
to their names.
Wllllo Klttfl.llHl Id POs'OSal'd of vt
-. . .
resounvs and Is In a ilon to placn
hi the Hold lite men to every IUr I I
Hmith Africa, It will bo necessary fr
her to obtain a doclslvo victory veiy
.i....l.. ....... n....ui n..i.. ir .1... 1....,:
riiiiiim tnt t viviiriui uiirnm 11 miu inio - 1
opinion that shu Is no inaleh for the'
UoerH, and lu the Inlerest of biimaulty
.lnml.l Ut ma.le tojlva on tlm nerllous1
task of carrying the white man's bun
Ueu in Houth Africa. If the ur item
tols brought to a close tomorrow, in I
r.urnolnlnu Uenerul Colli. busufTeaiU'
fa tut I.a OrlPM, tecp warm. tlpclall)
eU and tak Vt. Alllra' Nmuit,
A 7k j
m gr vi
k . ' '' 'JisSSs
. . . ..Miwiiii n ss - Mswalfc
-i 'r '4a u ' f.'SrfWte
fins imported novelties,
T . xr
HURKY UP, don't be
cnts for your friends "
H'a ''BUfha'' not PolWe
of IK'totlc or on, ban know
Journal Advertising1 Fy1 r.
Br Asioclntcd'PreM tkr JhfW&
Atlanta, Dec. !KWriu . body id'mi
ucuieunni urumny arriveti mm Wash
ington this mbriting. lunorat tk
plare this nftoriioort,4 " fe
Hr Anotli Vtrt Ut Mi Jssrssl.
Wasiii.vutox, Dec. SO. A bill author
lilng tlm appointment by the preldt-t
of a commission to visit Chlnn Mil
Jnjwi, and rejHirt upon the commercM 'V y
ami industrial condltlona of these cow ji
tries, wm intnxhiriil In the honsn liy1t?'4,
Hepburn of Iowa. ..Zi
J. It. Wlllard, who atUmipled suicide'
In the cuiinty jail yottenlay i'ntrnlng, U
rcimrted as on the roMl to recovery.
Dlnv? Then vour liver Isn't
actlmswcll. You turTer from blltetw-
nen. comtlnatlon. Aver's Mil (
directly on the liver. For 0 y
ma sttnuaru ramuy nil.
dose cure, 25c.
Waul vuuf lmMitaha f WajiI a
lirn ft tUn Maaaf Tnta Hif
::.tiiziv :,.cu jfc.
Oiiietuo, December SO. May WU(
Has Kaixcisco, Dee. SO, Cdi')W
such as Vases. Puif
! i CiL"H
ware, art pottery, etc
Onl- 3 m
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