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SALEM, OREGON FBIDAY NOVEMBER 2-i 1899.
Salem Woolen miiisjbattlk
T"' -ASSOC. I1TF IV ii 19 v
Home Made Goods
Best in the Market
A Reported British Victory Purchased at a Hepy Loss
of Human Lite
Some ol Their Leaders Prisoners and the Rest are in
Makes the food moro delicious and wtefasoiiM
cil mwto-ai to , an www.
Specials-.-A very large line'of cassimere suits
for men and boys'.
All. sizes of Boys black hose
brand, the Granite try them.
OVERCOATS-Kerseys in all shades and
prices, also in Tan Coveits. Gray and
Fancy Back Covert overcoats our own
make, the swellest ol all.
WOOi fti4 STORE
ONLY 6 DAYS
Y6'ljrPKffiW www TAKR
WwESb ' TiiE
Rooms 27 and
BURBN St HACniLTOAJ
HOUSE FURNISHERS. 1 M-
thpifc fake a lool'
m TcPSiB 1 0ur Windows
l!Mm:-W vou like the
r- - n-JVTJ IfliWv. a 1 CT1 aV " I 1
2cT 31 &2SP'f'
4-l'i-t- i5mJi .."-t .!-' irariiiiimtavi i
f OEslwing yd
In ourindows some of the
richest Parlor Furniture ever
hmnuht to the city. It is the
vrrv best eoods of the kind
on this market, and is just the
thins for useful holiday gifts.
NOVEABER 30, THE LAST
DAY WE GIVE RUBBERS
FREE WITH LADIES SHOES
Man's Button Shoos
Crown and Bridge Work
29 P. O. Blk.
itiVhn-" -v '-
walk insidejtand see
others just as fine We
do not urge you to
buy We like to show
poods to people who
are "just looking.
They are buyers
i at ill ii
X HAJVllJ-'! V
,v -rorarvT AT
Boers Were Greatly Outnumbered But Retired With Their Dead
and Wounded - Their Losses Were Light The British
General Pays the Boers a High Compliment for Their
Ability and Bravery,
Boers In Minority.
Ilr Aaaoclnltil I'rraa to the Journal.
London, Nov. 21. Long More the
tlooraof tlio war oflko opened today
women nnil men otnll stations of life
assembled and their missions questions
showed that tliey feared that vesterday
evening's hulletin. though black enough,
hail not reconleil tho full story of Itrit
lull losses at Belmont.
Tho lloers must havo been In a de
cided minority, ot tho total llrltlsh loss
of 220 killed nnil wounded and missing,
proves tho effectiveness of their resist
unco and amply justilles Motliuen's
tributo to tho courage and skill of tho
Tho fact tliat no guns and only fortv
prisonera wcro captured, and that tlio
Doors carried off tholr dead and wound
ed, shown that they retired in an orderly
niunncr and probably tho Doer's casual
tics nro not numerous, owing to tho
strength of their position. Tho road Ih
now presumnbly oioii to tho Iloor )oi
tion on tho Moddcr rivor.
Uritlsh Guns Fall Short.
Moot llivr.it,Niiv. 21. Tho Hours havo
cent an (KX'tisiniuil shell into the llrltlsh
camp this morning. Tho range of Itrlt
ish guns is not sulllclent to bo effective.
l.nMiov, Xov. 21. Tlio warollloe 1ms
received tho follow lug dhpatcli from
Uuiimtl forester-Walkor.ut Cao Towns
"Tho Dutch rising continues In tlio
llrnken Nail district. The k1Ico at Mol
tons rejHirt that armed Dutch havo loft
Kr.idoek, Cao Colony, to join the rebel
at llrokeu Nail, taking with thorn armed
''General l'rench conducted a recon
uoisniiLo toward Arundel, which ho
found held in strength, Ho withdrew
with thrvo men wounded.
"Tlio Doom aro reported coming from
Nutal to tho vicinity of Illoonifoiitreiu.
"Tho Mstmaster at llojielovvn reports
that Ktiruuiaii people havo defeated tho
A British Victory.
Finikin, Nov. 21. A dispatch from
Belmont says Oencral Muthuen's force
numbered seven thousand iiieii and tho
Doors had llvo thonwind. Tho battlo
lK'giin ut 7 o'clock ami nigeil rovcral
Tho I!KrH hold their hm1IIoiis with
great stubbortinoi'S and splendid cour
age Tho llritish rillemon forced tho at
tack under a raging tiro and carried -sitlou
after jmmHIoii with a superb dash,
driving out the Doors with great slaugh
ter. Tho cngiigumont was really a series of
of battle? during which tlio Doers were
constantly carrying off their dead and
Left In Doubt by the 5 o'clock a. m
I.oN!ov, Nov. 24. Friday, 5 a, in.
Before tho anxiety ns to tho situation in
gs arc going
FaM and our stock ii it ill well
up on all the dilTerent patterns
in the several principal kinds:
All bright, warm, cheerlul
wtf s'lJft. Will
. ,T i XI
Natal hoa been relieved, thcro comes
tlio news of a great battle at Belmont.
Tltis has happened sooner limn was ox
peeted. Only tho official account Is jet
to hand, but so far as can bo gathered,
tho lighting appears to hao been almost
a repetition of tho battlo of Kland's
Ijiagto. Tlio Dispatch of tho previous
day estimated that tho lloorn in that
vicinity numbered 2000, and that they
had llvo guns, and judging trnui tho
absence of any statement to tho con
trary in tho olllclal reimrt, It is bollovod
that the British were slightly superior in
numbers to to the enemy.
Ilocrs had chosen tho poeitiori with
their customary skill, and were strongly
entrenched. Tho British were obliged
to carry three ridges In succession. A
rureiitly tho guards boro tho brunt In
carrying tho last ridgo by a bayonet
Continued on Fourth lVge.
Poftoflices to Close.
Or Aaanelateil I'rraa Ir. Jnruil
Wasiiimitov, Nov 21. Tlio iwtiuaH-ter-general
has Issued tlio follow Iig or er
der: "In honor of tho distinguished
public scrticcs of Viix'-l'reslileut- Ilu
lutrt, mid out of respect for Ills neriil
Our Beautiful Warship Has Disappeared Be
ncath the Waves
Ilr Aaaueliitrit I'rraa In (be Juurunl.
Wanhinoton. Nov. 24. Tho navy department recehed a cablegram from Cap
tain Luetic, commanding tho naval station at Cuvite, saying:
"Tlio Culgoa reportB tho Charleston him disappeared. Tho Culgoa was a relief
ship H'lit from Hong King. This report has dissipated tho last hope ol ftVlngtho
i-u arac P
memory, KWtmaster throughout the
Union are directed to climi their re
fectleolllcos IwtwciMi the bourn of 2
and I p.m. Saturday, Noemler ffil, the
day of tho funeral."
A Salem Boy I'alls'a Victim to Mis
Chester Welch, uliout l years of agJ,
a sou of (!. L. Welcli, was out hunting
ducks yesterday. In tho course of his
rambles, he fell In with a stranger, a
young fellow, who volunteered to go
along and help the I toy hunt.
Coming to a ioiid contalng ducke, the
stranger took tho gun and told the lwy
to go around and drive the ducks ner
that way, so he aould uel a shot at
them. The loy complliil.
Tlio accommodating stranger ban not
Iweii seen since by the Uty, but the gim
sooweil up Inter ut a h oud-store, lu Sa
lem. Delinquent Tax Kale.
Sent Monday Inntlns thu wile of prop
erty fordolhiiHiont tuxes, and as the de
scriptions hae now lwen or(eetMd there
will 1' many mme bidders tlisn in the
Friend, Sweetheart, Wife
was the beautiful aontluientciKXSii t;y
well known young man to be Inscribed
within Ilia flantoe'a ring. Friend, sweet-
huart. wife, eombine
the three, or
jihoose one from among
them, und . we
will show you the ring for prtwuntatloii.
Dalntv aolflalrt for the women who la
mh(U with nothing Iwt iIm "eorreet
A nice line of ring for rn hollil,
Hibatauttal, econoMiicttl rings for the
l.i) ami girl. ' Every Uly'" rings
the soliil gi4l oval or baml.
BARRS JEWELRY STORE.
And your chickens wanfsome of thai
nice Ye low Corn which Im just ar-
SAVAGB & RBID.
322. a 24 CommuroUl atroot,
I A complete line of Peed Seed
Insurgent Capital Captured By the Americans Part of the
Cabinet and President of Congress Taken Army and its
Officers Merc Brigands Armed but in Citizens Dress -v
Hawaaian Finance Min'stcr 1o Succeed Damon -, Filipinos
No Insurgent Ooyeinment.
Ilr Anaoelnttil I'rca lu ttir Joarniit.
(siiiMvmv, Nov. 2." (lencral Otis
summarires the sittiallon In Ltiniu in a
dirp.iti h in which ho sa the insurgent
guMriiniciit can no longer claim to exist.
Its tr top' and olllciiils aro smtttireil and
AguhriMo Is in hiding. Tlio dl-itch
is as follews:
"Manila: The claim to hae a gov
ernment by tho Insurgents can 1m made
no longer under any Action. Its treas
urer, secretary of tho interior and presi
dent of congress are hi our hands. Its
ptesideut and the remaing caluuct of
ficers arc in hiding. Its generals and
troops in small bauds, scattered through
these provinces, art) acting us bandits
or dispersed, playing roloof "uuitgos"
witli arms concealed.
Tho indications aro Unit Aguhmh'o
did not escao through tho Hues ofl-nw-ton
or vYIicatou, but lied westward from
Dayomlmng. Telegraphic comniunhri
lions to Dtigupan established,"
Insurgent Capital Taken,
Ilr Anaorlalril l'ri lu th JuamaL
Wamiiiniitov, Not. SB. A dlapatch
from Oils gives the results of the light
ing ut Ho llo as follews:
Hughes rcortH tlio enemy driven
back Into the the mountains. The in
surgent capital of Cabatuau was cup
Hired. The only serious uctiou was
that of CarH)iiter at, l'avls, cusualtlos o
killed, 'il wounded. We captured 10
prisoners, 18 cannon, six rllles, and iiiati
titles of ammunition, Hnemy's casual
ties are not stated.
Ilr auelalrd I'rraa lu Iba Journal.
Kan I-'kamimxi, Nov. SL It UeWdcnl
that l'resideiit Hole has not Iktii In
formed of McKinley's refusal to accept
the restitution of Damon, who has
withdrawn from the companies engaged
in tho liiiiortatlou of lalwrers from Kur
oik. And he Is free to continue the
oillce of mluUter of 11 nance.
Ilr AaaarlNlril I'rraa lu lb Jiiumul.
IlnMiitiLti, Nov. U. T. K. I.uinlng
has been apMiluteil uilulMerof llnanie,
tosucreeil H. M. Damon.
t ays the Iusunection I
a bt an Knd and
lu lu" J..r.l
the Nilivet Will
lljr AaaorUIrd I'rraa
Manila, N'w. 21. Hmittoa, iMWrilent
of tlie niii-lii.i wmiireiw, u Hitl lilm
self tnInc.Vrthiir tly and formallv
auntHinosl hi r.iiniwiiini w l llw In
aurreelloii. At the legliiig of iIm twa m-tiou
hewn offerwl tJw Jml'h'j ' h
jire i e eoiirt hit drcllmxl lie now an- j
nounees liU M'e t wtepi tlir ! Ii ii I
audsa)sthe Pillpliw ivoig w. and sl
liiet are wattwwJ, wrtrxr Mi ienwmhl..
He believe the l'Mi4r hifclUn. will lay
down tlKilr arnw awuyartiMa) .u wi im
they leuru tim trntli.
Mjihu. 5v- SI. I0iW)i w. AHmi
Mieortoral lapluied by the Hll.lnwi
hit arrived litre frufli Turla'. He sas
, tl ,av, Attiiliinaldo. aeeouiiMtnlwl by a
prominent leader a tin Ift men, arrive at
Dayamban til Might of November 13,
hatltvrt his eluthiM torn ami sputtered
with mud, aid hit tan exhanateil.
Agulnaldo, It ijra, rested a slwrt
tlmi, fcMjiel anxious, mwltl with Ids
companions and the vlllagtra as to Hie
nature of the roads, reoured (refh Iwrte
and prw-eiel limiiellaUd tftwurd
always on hand.
Mangalarvn, in rang.tstnan provlhce.
west of Daynmban.
Tho corporal tells a straight story, kI
ing minute details.
HoIscoiiNluccd ho is not mistaken,
having seen Agulnaldo several times
during recent months. Agulnaldo It ap
pears, would hao had time to leavo
Dayamlian November 1.1 and pats
through (leneral Wheaton's linos No-
Arretted and Charged With Repulsive
Oeo. Kay was arretted by Chief of
l'olleo Olbson, this afternoon on a wnr
wart sworn out of Justice Johnson's
court, charging him with indecent cx
losure, and Inducing a lioy to commit a
crime against nature.
Tho follow has been around tho city
for a week or so, professing to bo wiling
lug tyo writers. Ho has nlrn Ihhmi no
gottatlng with somenf nurbusiuvsa men
wllli a mow to taking hold of their affairs
and putting them oil their feet
School Savings Hank.
The supplies for the new school sav
ing system to lie Introduced In the Salem
publlo schools wervj received today by
Mr. A. A.GIIbert,aud tho system, which
was fully explained in Tim Joi'itVAt. a
couple of wiKksugi will sikiii he in oper
The W. 0. T. U. women of Mem are
greatly intert'stwl in tho "School 8v
iiiks llauk." Tho nlan recently adotited
'In many cities of the United btatos and
oilier countries is lor u;u puriiore 01
teaching economy and thrift to tho chil
dren of our schools.
l'iiii.Aiitt.riii.t, Nov. 21. Tho banking
and breukemge tlrm of Htnhl A Htauh,oi
th's city, were forwi to siisim
ness today. Humors iilace tho
ties from JUlMt.lXK) to a f I.OOO.OIX).
TKY THOSE CUSTARD
CIIOCOLAT.2S OR MAI'Lli
CUBAM DIPS. SAYl THEY AUE
ELLIS & ZINN'S
104 Btntn at.
MAKING Ul J0i jffm&ti
A) A the rage!
TC This is the makingup season for the
and Point Lace, Braids, Threads, Buttons,
made Battenburg, Rcnnaiscncc BAttcnburg,
We tare Ihs ineat oeniplete iiiw of
Iwinlkerdilef and doille llm-us In all
Down Cushion tricks
ik very lsft lilgh'grale down 10 1 y
JO ami 18 by 18
Wehareai ttsualaH Imwenae line
ofWWayeiuhleiis. lite. V. 11.00.
NrVe intend to start you to thinking about
And also to keep you
Recommended By Secretary
Complete System of Suffrage for fhe Philippines BmcJ en E Jm
cation and PropcrtyCablc to ManiliwAdmir! Dewey k
Mad Because of Press Criticisms He and Hit Bom m
Possession of His New Wife Will Be tlve Gucrt of k,
City of Ciilcago on the Annivcrsjry of Sinking tlx
War Depaitment Keport.
Ilr AaaorUlrit I'rraa la ! JimrnMl,
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 21. A ajiecl.il to the
Herald from Washington says: Prenl
dent McKlnloy has received a synopsis
of Secretary Hoot's annual rcpott.
Home of tho secretary's recommenda
tions arc: The iminiHllato appointment
of clllgoernors of Cub.t und l'uerto
Kubstltlillou of civil goMTiiinent fur
the Philippines immediately following a
suppression of the Insurrection.
A complete system of suffrage lu the
riilllpiilnea, Cuba and 1'orto ltlco, with
iiliication und jiroperty iiualillcatlons.
Immtsllate construrtlou of u cable be
tween the United Hlale and tho l'hlllp
pines. The Dewey KunJ.
New Yoiuc, Nov. IH. A spwlal to the
World, from Washington, suyi: Any
subierlber to the Downy home fund,who
wishes to, may have his or her money
John K. Mclean, speaking for Mrs.
Dewey saldt "I am uutliurited to my
Msltlely that nil such requests will re
ceive prompt attention. Mrs. Dewey
and the Admiral huolccn overwhelmed
with thousands, of telegrams of sympa
thy for the altlictiou whlih has
bvlallen them lu the furious and
thoughtless attack upon their
domestic life." 'llioact relurrcd to was
the deeding of tho residence prevented
to him by popular sulcrlptloii to bin
newly wedded wife.
Ouca to Chicago.
OiiKMoo, Nov. 21 Tho Chicago
Dewev itiuimUlee, owing to the recent
criticism of Admiral Dewey In cornice
Hon with the transfer of tils home do
elded to urge an early acieilanco if
Chicago's Imitation to thu admiral t
visit this tlty. 'I ho date of the visit Is
named as May 1 of next year, and In the
comuutlee's communication to thu ad
miral he la assured thut Chicago cltlxens
do not approve of the storm of criticism
recently raited. Mayor Harrison sup
plcinculcd the rominlttco's coiuuiunlnt
lion by a personal telegram lu which be
urgeil the admiral to accept the Invita
tion. mt, Hnx tfU H lMsl UUUi,
una vruunci c "-
li.alnrv i j utir ifi
,im Iihvb vre been
hi rflile In uMvr Ihr
kulu llk-)l Hi
nt ,, in title
elite' Ii ad Mm
iul'i. Miail autifiru
vry Bleu MkwlUv
laeeilae. d "HibruHerw! vjryarte
line el Homith la awl ehriyri'd
W. Our Mm iwisvUM gguoa WaK
Ih prire fie 'Mt ftp M fWW M fiWV
are HHril u;lirte.
thinking of us
1 aw irJP&tot
' Ti Fm WaMt ii II il i
ik. larf rfUi.v Syw(iw5
,rn,is -tmmtm.. ,
Root For All New Aftwta
Admiral IK'woy hai accejHeil ;.
Tho evidence of good will ami Ma.
ncss Indicated by tho letter from Ma
committee and tho mayor Is a soak f .
extreme gratlflcalon to the admit) M
this time, and he embraced tho OMkt
tunlty offered by their request to n4
terato hfa thanks to the people who hve
stmsl by him Jn tlio face of crltlcl,
which has nliiHinil n n ranlt nf
change In tho title of the projierty give
oy in' miirrivaii people.
Tlve medickve trkd
for 60 years is tlw
Oiiioaoo, Nor. 2. May 70.H
Hak F4anco, Nov, 2f, cah
DON'T FOKGB1 11IH
IS SOON AT HAND.
Vou Lobe You!
All Cuons Louk AHk loAc,
' - f ft j
iManiiua's bltlc Pumpkin Co!
llti'H Aonl Yous Got (o Piay
Pearlings, ctc Hand
i Tor all coujhf ,
vou cm i
i afford-to try. I
Battenburg Patterm, ,;
u k,. .
lliey wl W
tome my '
thmtkey will r
NotW4t aaatiw a
a MS mm
la select from., Cull and Me.
Vo truoh'P (osjio mMs,
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