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SAIiEM, OREGON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23 1899.
It-s "Businots'" rtdt p&lltlft
X JV W don't ollc!oertmuHic
i of your polities or wit, few
2 Journal Advertising Pays.
suit you, when you buy at
THE NEW YORK RACKET,
3 vu h' mi mrm lYnTmTnrr nmnrn at ir i n m-rr -
We return your money if you want it.
Fair dealing and low prices for honest goods
have increased our trade to its present pro
portions. We have Droved flmi th nrf ru
rtlrtM rf Uiiot.An. ? .. .
man ui UU51I1C5S li a 5UCCeSS.
uur nne ot snoes at
present is the best
mat we nave ever
had on our shelves:
nil 1 clinn iMAhitn 11 ...l?l.. Tt f t
wu a onuc means uesi qumuy. i niS 1.111 we
have an eztragood assortment of men's boys
and children's clothing. Neat, servicable
goods at lowest cash prices. Aackintoshes
for men and boys. You need one for this
rainy weather. They don't cost much when
. vou buy of us. Best values in hosiery and
underwear on the co.ist. Duck coats, slicker
and everything you need for the rainvseason i
(American War Vessels Will Not Be Sent to African
Ollt nniMMim..! WMI . n. i . n ...
. ,wu,UVui w , maintain, strict Neutrality Hocrs arc
Dropping Shells Into the British Camp on Mooi River
Large Force of Boers Approaching Pictermaritzburg
Gcnsraljoubcrt's Daring Plan Will Attempt to Defeat
uic Kchcving Column in Detail While Pc3ucing Lady
Made a Campaign Without
a Shot at the
He Was Given an Ovation at Tarlac v- Declares the Indentions
of the Americans to Fortify all the Towns on the Railroad
'-xAguinaldo's Army in the Harvest Fields But Their
Leader Busy Elscwhsrc
ONLY 8 DAYS
NOVEMBER 30. THE LAST
DAY WE GIVE RUBBERS
FREE WITH LADIES SHOES
fAKE ADVANTAGE OF
THE LAST OPPORTUNITY.
Mon'n Button Shous
'I hu Latoat.
mirrnvrimmsu sinus, mM
It ,m . ,.
Shelling the Urltish.
Hr A.,.clnlr.l Vrtmm t hr Journal.
Moor Hivkb. Xntnl. Nov. 2.1.TI...
Uoora began shelling tho British camp
nt5a. m. Tho British artillery is on
high ground to tlio Knst, West and
North of tho stntlon. Tho artillery duel
continued until 8, when It ceased (or
mi hour. Tho Boers re-commenced nt 0
nnil dropped three shells Into thocamp.
No American Vessels.
Xkvv Yoiik, Nov. 23. A Bpechil to tho
Herald from Wnshlngton nays: It has
neer been tho Intention of tho iinvv
leiMirtmcnt to iwrinit Hear Admiral
Schley to proceed to South African
i-uim. aiiu secretary oi mo ;avy es
pecially Instructs Admiral Schel not to
direct any of tho vessels of his command
to proceed to African waters without
special Instructions from, tho depart-merit.
Crown and Bridge Work
Rooms 27 and 29 P. 0. Blk. j
a h-------'--iiw-ir---"""-" "-- ..---
London-, Nov. 2:1, n u. in. Although it
if) evident that tho situation In Natal
It again becoming sullliilonlly alarming,
nolliing can Ih olllclally ascertained to
rdlay public anxiety or tho curiosity felt
regarding tho disposition of tho relic
fonements recently landed at Durban.
Tim war olllce dispatches nru conllned
tti a mere retical of a few rasuiillies at
Mool river, which coiillrm the reports of
NkirnilslicH there, but give no details as
to how tho engagements hapHned, Tho
special correspondents aro only permit
ted to describe Major-Oeneral Barton's
camp ot Moolr river vaguelyjas "largo,"
Ono comuMj!i(!ent says that 7,000
Boers aro within 25 miles of Howlck
Falls, near l'icterinaritzbiirg, and that
the iuhahttuiita aro lleelng to tho capi
tal. Evidently a conslderablo force of
thii enemy Is now within -10 miles of
I'ietermaritzbnrg, but It is olllclally an
iiiuuccd from there that no anxiety pro
Mills, the garrison numbering 1.000 men
with six guns.
General Joubort'a ph.u, apparently, in
u 'luring attempt to defeat tho
tho Drltith relieving column from Dur
ban in detail, while still attempting tho
tho reduction of Ijdysnilth.
A ferlous attack on Mool rivor camp
is now hourly exported, with tho object
of destroying tho bridge at Weston.
Should this bo accouiplUhed the Boers
would bo free to turn their attention
again to Kstcourt. while, if it failed, tho
enciny would retire again on Weenen
and rejoin tho Investing forces around
TlioltoerniMirt thatGenentl Hllyard's
meseonger asking General White for as
sietatiee was capturinl causes some tin.
usines, but it is argued that If General
Hilyard had not been strong enough to
holdout ho would somo tlmo ago have
Wu ordered to retire to PictermariUi
burg. Therefore small credence Is given
Kaphl March of Doer Army.
I.oNix.v, Nov. 23 Tho Dally Nen
has tho following from I'letermarltx
burg, under Wednesday' unte:
"lour eorresiKindeiit mnnngcil to
escao from tho MoobrUer district yes-,
tenlny lieloro tho arrival of COOO Uocr.
who aro looting tho farmMeads In all
dlnvtlons. Tho Natal ltoers, cncour-
ngwl b thosuccessof tho Transvnalers,
joined in the looting.
The main liody of tho lloors made a
rajild march from Ulundi, southwest of
I-.stcourt, to a point near Nottingham,
South of the railroad, In a single day.
Thoy aro within 40 miles of I'letormar-
iUburgattho farthest, and It Is said they
intend to attack the town.
l'liKroiirt, Nov. 21, Tho olllcial re
turns of Transvaal casualltlcH xiuco tho
outbreak of the war show that IMJ men
have kvn killed and 200 wounded, of
whom a uuinbur have rivovere.1 and re
turned to Iho front.
Br AisuplHifd I'ih. to lb Juri...
Svv Irvcisoi, Nov. LSt.-On the
ran port Jlelglan King, j,t HrrivKl
from I'hillpplnos is tho Invly of Major
Guy Howard who was killed October 21.
Uoers Marching South,
Dimiitx, Nov. sa. Attout U,(KX) Free
State lloors, with guns, aro inarching
from tho West, by way of Fort Nottlng.
LoNiHiv, Nov. 23. A dispatch to tho
Dally Nsws, from Nutting Head, Natal,
dated Tuesday, says that tho lloer have
kelief of Klmberlty,
Ljndon, Nov. 23,-Tho Dally Mall
publishes n dispatch from NaauwfKirt,
dale.1 Wetlnesday, which toj tJint a
largo foreo, under General Methuen, hai
eroMsed tlio Orange rher, and Is adanc
ing to tho relief of Klmbcrlcy.
V Kht.ng In l'j, ppt,ej.
rMw.td .rc , ttt, JuutaKU
UA.MI.A, iov.,,23. Soeio lighting
north of Ilo Ho begm, Novomlk!r 21.
tour Americans were killed ami twentv
live wounded, Including throo oftlcKrlt.
Iho Insurgent ore retreating to Santa
Harbara, but thojlghtlng enntinmv..
M Arlhur Returnts.
Mr A.UfU,d !,. , lh. Joilrf
MN1I.A, Nov. 23. MnnArll.nr I,.. ..
turnwl to Tarlac. Dm-I,.,. il
A ' wtimu
tnovemont from Gerena to Dagupan not
a shot was flrel. Tho Inhabitants of
Ban Carlos mot the Americans with a
band and the mayor, with MacArther
and CoIIh'II, beaded the pmcmslnu
Ihrough the tons
MacArlhur nvolve.1 mi uvallon. V.x
I'lalnlng the Amurlcan inlentlons, ho
nnuiiiinml that they Intended to garrN
on all tho tow ns on Iho railroad. Hun
drciUofmen aro harvesting rlco along
Foreigners assert that Agnlnaldo was
not expecting tho American to advance
for a month. Ho had permitted a largo
part of his army to scatter and do Iho
Makes tho food more delicious and wlrotesom
mM-, OT" " MTrt nt.. Ktw M.K.
Are to Bo Organzlod to Defeat tlie Nobraskms
tlr A..orl(nl Vtrm n Ik Joi'irnal.
New Yonic, Nov. 23. A dispatch to
tho Herald from Manila says: Tho
opinion of many men and resident for
eigners Is that Agulualdo has probably
escaped by changing tho aeatof war Into
tho northern mrt of tho Island,
They think ho has taken it consider
able army with him. This, If true, will
ucccsslutta a now sorlesof operations on
our part, and Aguinaldo has gained n
temporary strategic advantage.
II r AaanrUlr.1 I'm to llir Jnuraal.
Ciiioaiio, Nov. 23. Tho American
Cattle Ureeders Association, tho leading
orgaultatloti of Its klml lu tho Uniteil
States holds Us annual meeting here today.
Senator Gorman and Richard Crokcr Throwing Out a Feekr
Under the Two-thirds Rule They Declare They Can Ictk-e
the WhUc Metal Champion Silver Men to Met , Pr
hibition in Georgia Situation in Kentucky
K n 1 cti. .t n t .1 r f.
BURBN S HACniLTOTvT
HOUSE FURNISHERS. 1 V
a ic n ook nt
Our .Windows and if
you like the goods
walk inside f and see
3in( v jJvv I 'V i
kjriu tniuuiKL wniimifffi'r
Id nit's arc going
Fast and our stock is still well
up on all the different patterns
in the several principal kinds:
All bright, warm, cheerlul
In ouf windows some of the
richest' Parlor Furniture ever
brought to the city. It is the
very best goods of the kind
on this maiket. and is just the
thing for useful holiday gifts.
others just as fine, We
do not urge you to
buy, We like to show
goods to people who
are "Just looking'
They are buyers
I i'f( w
IxmmN, Nov. iKl. It is retried that
Mr. Ifoffmeler, the Afrikander leader,
has taken an important step In tho hopo
of hastening the close of the war. Ilo
is said to have charged Mr. Saner, the
minister of public uorks, to get lu touch I A
nltll till. Kr.M. Kind, fnrrnu In mi ,m1.tii.
or to arrange that tho ltoers shall ap
ply for an armistice. Tho ostensible oh
jectof Mr. Bauer's trip Is to Induce his
constituents at Aliual North to remain
The lloer requisitioning of men and
supplies proceeds briskly on tho north
orn bonier of Cast Colony, but General
(iatacre hoes soon to bo lu a isilIoii to
push the Kreo .Staters Iwok within their
own Iwrders. Tho reocoupatlon of
NaauwH)ort by th Hrltlsli Is the lirsl
step in this direction, but strong forces
of lloura aro laagered at Colesburg, and
threaten a further Immediate adauit
Hir Cliarln Dllko, M. I'. for tho Forosl
of Dean division of Gloucestershire,
speaking at Clwlsea this owning saidt
"When the HntUli fi.ro" enter llloom.
fontoin, wine declaration regarding Iho
future mil Imie to W mude. 'Iliu iwttlu
ment, in onler to jwclfy rViutli Afriw,
iu Canada bus b.i'ii paclllod, mist Ui
one in which the lOimtltuttoiml p-itlon
of Cjjm Ctdoii) ami Xatnl mint j'y tho
tetuliiig (strt The big gmis aiwl tho
forts iniia ImiI rid of.
It isuiiUiHineod from I'nrl HnH Col
onel Villi, do IWtN'innriHill, . I'r'iwh
ollliMr, ha occwptoil the w cbif of
staff to Ouuural Jmibert, lu iica-liiiit,
Ctdonel Bchlol, the Herman ollletir, who
wns Hounded, and taktm prisoner at
Kland's Ijiato. From tho Mine
source It la rexjrUl that the Itusslau
olllcers, I.ieutenaut-Colonol donotikl,
of the guards, ami lienors! elsti, of an
other crack Kuulan regiment, have
rentguod, and are going tojolu the Ikrs.
4 Consols Falling and Boer Invaders Oc
4 casioning Constant Surprises
II r AucUIa l"rr in lh Journal.
I.osimiv, Nov. 1. Tho fact that fresh portions of Nulal aro ladug
overrun ilally by the ltoers Is producing an exasMratin lu that colony
and intense humiliation lu Great llritnln, bore the Ideaof powilliloox
tensive violation of Urltish soil w ioutemptuously dismissed In tho
early stages of tho war. 0Kratora on tho stock uxrhango hero aro In
coming nervous, and thu rontlnucl fall of consols exumpllllcs tho ivit
lessuess of tho market. Humors that a peace deputation from Kruger I
on Its nay to Capo Town, for tho purposo of ascertaining tho terms upon
which an Immediate cessations of hostilities may las secured is discredited
here, l'roin tko scanty and emasculatisl dispatches dribbling In from the
front it Is dltllcult to form any opinion of tho true situation. The lloer
invaders are occasioning constant surprises. They luno already cut oft
two portions of tho I-ulymnlth relieving forces from their basuof supplini,
and with great rapidity are advancing on l'ictermarlubiirg. It la roortcd
that Mafeklng l suffering from lack of water and that tho finer Is rlfo
f there. A
Ilr Aoi'lntil 1'rrsa to lb Journal
Nkiv Yoiik, Nov. !!. Tho Herald
hays: Maryland democrats will twid an
untl-llryan movement, if any encourage,
ment la offered by Icadurs In this and
other eastern state. This fact wa an
nounced to Klchard Crokcr by ux-8ona.
lor Gorman and Governnr-elecl Hmltli.
Senator Herman la quoted M saying
that a sitlllcient number of antt-Uryau
delegates will bo rent to the national
contention to prevent tho Nebraska
leader from obtaining Iho xoto necessary
for nomination. Other eastern and
some southern states, aro expecUil I"
follow Maryland's example. No randl
datohaabeeli settled llon withwbum
Silventes to Meet.
Hl.MKt'ooT, blabo., Nov. XI. 1.x
Henator DuUiU, whu la chairman of tho
executlvu eommltleo of the national
HIKorKepubllcaUH, left (or Chicago to
attend a meeting of his cnuimltteo No
venitar S!. Toller, Townn, llartman,
Representatives Wilson and Bhafrolh
and other national Silver Republican
loaders will txi present.
Mr. Dubois says that tho bimetallic
Issue la still tho Important ono, and
that tho next national tight can 1 won
with llryau and tho Chicago platform.
Ho does not think Imperlallim or ox
panslou will taunt Issue, but that It will
scttlo Itxclf Mom tho next cauiilgn
ft cannot, iu his Judgment, in am
event divide the bimetallic fnn-os.
Deboe and tbo I'resldent.
Wahiiinutim, Nov. iSl. Hcnator IV-
Ik)c, of Kentucky, hail a conference with
I'resldent Molvlnluy, regarding tho sit
uation iu Kentucky. Tho Interview
was ola nature which Senator IcLhk'i
dM not care to divulge. Ilo admlttwl j
that he had oumo to Washington on pur-'
June to seo thu president.
Prohibition in Oeocgls. I
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. M. Tho Willing
ham bill, irovldlng for strtlo prohibition,
waspflaiedby thohonto of represent
Uvea of tho genoral tuwembly A M
Mnto after tho most oxcltlng dobat th
house has known In yeara. If th Mil
hsm the senato and la-comes a. lvr,
It ru.Miis tho aniilhlllatlon of thetalootw.
Every plant for the browing of beer or
tho maniifacturw of whlskov miisi
clocl. It will not Interforo with l
quota or pnvato entertainments, but tho
law will not allow any club to sell or
keep for tho uso of mcmlwra Intoxlrat
Ing liquors of any kind.
tt jonr lilixxl Is liurar Ibta Tou m
(f t .r n. our.ll.tk,n bwrak. f
JJ li" tlnJs jv anirriMU4 fot tM IT
W viutk ot llui 0jr. YuW ilmki sre U
n WMsml iur mmiitoilaa It ullnw. V
Ir YuuitruukW(l.hblliDble,jolU. ft
1 1 or soim rri,llun of th iklo. Wbt U
J DolparUyyvurbltMMir Q
JPsJW" VWIV'Jrwa Mm
I J I Will do It. Tk " a few diti. Yoa
tC will ijwnfwl belter In frrwr, fur
i Jl irjlMwlllta,are.Tou,spt'rilio 3
(C e'wJ.anJyooriwjfMsfiooj, l.oo. f
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ll wnw vw aMur rrmir ll lUfuw Ft
f nUr la yon. hh, lui will tnl U
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Oiiioaiio, Nov. 23 Slay 70ji
Hax 1'iuaciMjo, Nor. 23, May 1.0ti.
KeinforcemenU for Durban. "
.wnxwr, Nov. '. ln admiralty of
lie auueiincM that the first dragoons
left CaetOHn t4slay for Durban, to
rJfiforee General Clary's form wltow
a Ivuihw is dtdayul by ok of earalry.
Is Ouller Scared 7
I'apk Tows, Nov. at.-Owmrel lUilUr
ha slnrtl for Natal.
CAN WE PLEASE? THY US
WE HAVE 200 KINDS OH
IF YOU CANNOT FIND WHAT
YOU WANT SAY SO, AND
WE WILL MAKE IT.
ELLIS & ZINN
104 Stnto Hi.
THIS IS MAKINO-UI' I(A. f0li0U &
holidays. 6411 iwiemiumui
Friend, Sweetheart, Wife
was tho beautiful MHitiuwnt iIi'mmu by a
well known ouug man u. I msenbod
within his llsnceo ring. Friinl, awet
lurt. wife, ooiubine the tliree, or
eltoose ono from arming tberu. and wo
will show you the ring for presentation
Dainty solitaires for thu womwi who is
MtltntM with iiottun imu the rwl
A nice line of rings for men. &iM,
sdbiUutial, onoriiUl rings for tlw
iioys ami girls. -Kveryijo.iyv ring
the olil gold oval or band.
BARR'S JEWELRY STORE,
Winter is Here
AnJ your chickens sant some of that
nice Yellow Corn which has just ar
' ( Hn MH M ISM tJUi,
DON'T FORGET THU
IS SOON AT HAND.-
You Lobe You
?A the rage!
Coons Luok Alike to Ae.
Mamma's Little Pumpkin Col- .
III Hit Muii! Yous Got to Play
TZ This is the making'up season for the holidays, Battenburg
and Point Lace, Braidsi Threads, Buttons, Pcarlings, etc,, Hand'
made Battcnburg, Rcnnaisencc Battcnburg, Battenburg Patterns,
Embroidery, Knitting and Crochet Silks t Corticelli brand, bes
We lutvo tli rmt rtiiuptete line of
liuiaikurchM aral dill linens lu all
the vwy lat high graile down I0ly
10 simI Itf ly 18
Cushions Galore ,
U'ehaveaa usual an luinuNM.) lliw
of holhlay eushlona, Vh, 60c, fIJO.
InsUiry '- "Ural I
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Ht'trsWr in UuV
ihjjii y ocal
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Jaeeml, atvl ii.tr-faUi" Saw-O'-ln
Mm t.f luiiHttlti'li Ue aia unlrlua
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iwiuiiM) wtl wrh'
in itk -tofti fc- up lo W V "'
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HAMILTOTT'SAVfil,m..,;i-Elr::)- Ve intend to starTyoir'to ite ,WJout, hoJUsy t
A I XI i .... i: r r;...iw. i i i i A-.J t- 4 Iaaavmi tll rv If, OCT OT IIS. - .
A complete line of PeedJSeed always on hand.
i uru 'trcfVi
tUttuttl any U
ui svleet from. Call and .
tu rnbb to slx. goovls.
They will h wen
soma iay and
Uitja Ujjy yrlU ie
nlrirB ruse nt
very gxl liu
And also to keep you thinking
QjJlVliviJr-w 'liT- -
i mi fl i M-fag