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Salem Woolen Mlllsw British losses
Home Made Goods
Best in the Market
Specials-A very large line of cassimere suits
for men and boys'.
All sizes of Boys' black hose
brand, lie Granite try them.
OVERCOATS-Kerseys in all shades and
prices, also in Tan Coverts. Gray and
Fancy Back Covert overcoats our own
make, the swellest of all.
MiOQUEfl $M STORE
ISA'kEM DENTAL PARLORS.
Rooms 27 and
I fTilillifcltr !"'
And your chickens
Winter is Here
nice Yelow (Jorn wmen lias just oeeu
SAVAGE & RBID.
' 322. 324 Commercial etroot,
A complete line of Feed anJ Seed always on hand.
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NOVEMBER 30, THE. LAST
DAY WE GIVE RUBBERS
FREE WITH LADIES SHOES
rAKE ADVANTAGE OF
HIE LAST OPPORTUNITY.
Mon'B Button Shoes
Crown and Bridge Work;
S5.00 PER TOOTH
29 P. O. Blk.
want" some of that
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Iffi loll lL(3 CSSfef ;
WIREN HAMILTON, House Furnishers
bUKEIN a ."."" .t.iiimmmiii nan iiiittil H IIIIJ
Reported to Have Occurred
Boers Destroy Another Railroad
cral Advance on Colenso-vLord Mcthucn Reported to Have
Captured a Town and an Immense Quantity of Ammuni
tioiwjoubcrt Writes a LcttcnvBritish Official Reports,
FIRST BRITISH VICTORY.
Lord Methuen's Forces Advanced to a
becond Victory After Uclinont.
II r ' (oclnlril Pre lo tha JnnrnnL
Londox. Nov. 27. Nono too soon (or
the British lias como tho nana o( the im
proved outlook Ini'onth?Atrica, asthe
constantsmallrcversofl were causing keen
rwentment against thoautnorltics hero.
To Guncral Metliuen belongs tho
honor of tho first real British victory of
tho present war, ns Belmont was tho
first hattlu after which tho British ml
vanceel instead of retreated. Tho fact
that Metliuen wab forced to fight n sec
ond pitched battle near tho scono
ol tho first shows tho Boors
uero demoralised nl Belmont but
quickly rallied and with unabated
courago met tho splendid assault of tho
British naal brigade at Graspan. The
excellent military qualities display by
tho Boers were no doubt partially do
rhed from the training of Commandant
Albrccht, a former officer ln tho Ana
II I (yard's Losses,,
DumuK, Nov. 27. The latest re
IKirts are that General Hilyard'H losses
at IVanm Hill show 113 klllol 72 wound
el The West Yorkshire regiment
milTored heavily. Major Hobbs was cap
tured and rorral others are missing.
DiipatclieH from Kruger and Jnubert.
found on a Boer prisoner said the Boer
lowci at Belmont were 10 killed anil 10
Doers Destroy Ullage.
IIkti'iuiiit, Nov. 2(1. The railroad
bridge at Frero has been destroyed by
tho BoerH w ho are reorJed to Ihi retir
ing, rapidly. A general advam-o upon
Colcnso has been ordered and the Hying
column left here to intercept tho Boer
Big British Capture,
Cai-k Tow.v, Nov. 27. It l roiorted
that General Metliuen has captured
Honey Nestktoff, ' ten miles north of
Graspan, ami two million rounds of
British Official Report.
toNiMi.v, Nov. 27. Tho war olllco
posted the following dispatch, dated
Cape Town, from General Forester
Walker: "Lord Metliuen reports that he moved
Saturday at 3. 30 a. m., with the Ninth
brigade, the mounted corps, the naal
brigade and two batteries, the guards
follow ing w ith the baggage. Near Gros
pan (about ID miles north of Belmont,
on tho railway lino to Klinberley) 2600
Boers, with six guns and two machine
guns, opposed him.
The action began at 0 o'clock a. m.
Our iMtteries llred shrapnel very ac
curately, until the hoights seemed clear.
Then the naval brigade and infantry ml-
annul to the assault. The firing was
desperate until 10 a. in., when the
heights were carried, Tho Boors re
treated on tho line, where tho Ninth
lancers wore placed to Intercept them
Tho result was not known at the time
of telfitronlilne. The artillery took lm-i
mediate advantage of the enemy's re
tlremunt. . , .
Karlyln tin action MX) Boers attacked
our rear guard. The Brigade met thti
ami also protected the Hanks The
naval brigade acted" with the grealei
gallantry, and suffered heavily, but n
particulars are yev anuwii. -
gallantry, and suffertxl heavily, out iclllpBri7IMii inn- ei nome,
jwrticulara are yet known. -y JjFZjfon 'the relay system in
" - i( r x
at the Battle ol Beacon
BrldgcvBritish Order a Gen'
"Tho onomy allowed the greatest slul
bornness, and must havo suffered
greatly. Twenty wore buried. It Is
known that 31 were killed and 48 woun
ded. Moro than 60 horses woro found
dead in one place. Ono battery flred
Tho admiralty is In receipt "of tho fol
lowing dispatch from Bear-Admiral Har
ris, dated Cape Town Xovemlier 10:
"1 deeply regret to report tho follow
ing casualties in the action at Graspen
"Killed Commander Thclston of the
Powerful! Major l'luinbo, of the Deris:
Captain Guy Sensor, of the lloyal ma
Will Not Be Seated or Congress Will Expell
llr Aianrtatcd I'rraa to
either Huberts will not bo allow isl to take
after tho house has heard both sides of
"Wounded Flag Captain 1'rothero,
of the Doris, severely ; Lieutenant Jones,
of the Doris.
"Tho other casualties are not yet
known, Commander de Ilorwy, Cap
tain Morgan and Lieutenant Wilson, all
01 the, Monarch, have proceed ca! to Join
the naval brigade, with Iird Melhurii."
Despite the brighter outlook tho
TJuuii in its review of the situation,
voices tho anxiety felt, and says
"Tho activity the Boom display at
(mint separated by hundreds of miles,
(heir ability to Invest several towns,
their readiness to offer battle at Bel
mont and again ut Graaii, their wide
spread Operat Ions south of Orange river,
and their bold and offensive action in
Natal, seem to indicate uumliers far In
excess ol our estimates. It is clear that
the military requirements were at first
greatly underestimated, and that a sixth
division ought immediately lo be pre
pared for embarkation."
This, coming from tho hitherto optl
inlitic Times, Is significant.
Letter From Joubeit,
Bum iv, Nov 27. The Deutsche 'el
tung publishes a letter pnrHirtlng to
come from General JouUirt and dated
at Lndysmlth, Octolier 27, lii'wnlch the
writer says: r
"Even if wo?ljot succeed In preven
ting (he concentration of General
Hnller'i (pops, tho British urmy will Ihi
natural causes to such
Hut not only
Hih n hi) of
uul"" iiiuit Ih
1 1 1 Hit II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HI tl
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 27. A special to tho Herald Trom Washington says j
Thougli romiiaratlvely few representatives-elect have arrived tit Washington
the expressions of Hkum who are hero umko It very apparent that there Is a largo
majority of members of tho house opMised to allowing Brlgham II. Itolerls of
Utah to sltitv Ith them. Tho intervluwH lead irresistibly to the conclusion that
an fltwcHhut nUgajmre
f ff ti mmBtmi
It j!f fa JILibiiiiiiW1 ' l"(l
thtee directions. To protect these does
not require 100 men. Keno We should
be seriously threatened, the supplies
would lie destroyed.
A war of defense, of which wo need
not think for a considerable tlmo, would
present far greater advantages than an
onenslvowar. Wo are at homo In tho
highlands of tho Transvaal nnd tho
Orange tree State. Tho British will
hao to contest every step under great
djlllcultlcs, and must be prepared at
every moment to fight on two or threo
"Then will begtn a guerrilla war,
which tho British will not bo able to en
dure. Already we havo 50,000 men In
tho field, so we do not need to calculate
upon n rising of the Hoars In Catw Col
ony and Natal. Nevertheless, If the
British stir up tho natives and employ
them lo light us, a rising of the wholo
Atrlkanderdom I" certain."
England Pays It's War.
St. I'ktkiisiu'ko, Nov. 27. The Bus
slnn now 'papers uunouuee tlmtth) Brit
ish charge d'affaires has informed the
lliissi.tu giAvruinent that groat Britain
has been In a sttte of war with the
Dulch republics of South Africa since
October 12. Tho Svot, commenting upon
"Kuglaud, In giving this notification,
withdrew her declaration that sho Is
not carrying on war but ts merely sub
Tim Novoo Vromya, which attributes
his scat at all, or he will be expelled
far-reaching Imtortance to tho Biltiih
"1 lie powers uru now In a onilioii to
send not only Bed Cross agents, but
military agents as well, and they may
Judge this a fitting time to Intervene es-
pcclally as tho Afrikanders are going
more and moro to tho Boer side."
Cai-b Town, Nov. 27. Tho prisoners
from Belmont arrlveil hist evening. Tho
wounded prisoners went to the military
hospital, and the others to the convent,
which has liecn converted Into it milita
ry prison. All upH)ured to havo lost
heart, and were in a dilapidated condi
tion. lioerit Occupied Stormbcrg,
Oai-k Tow.v, Nov. 20, midnight Tho
Boers occupied Btormlierif. Cie Coloi.y,
When You Ride Your Wheel.
Always fchako into your shoes Allon'n
Fool-Ease, u powder for tho feet, It
kcepi your feet cool, prevents sweat
ing feet, nnd makes your endurance
ten-fold greater, Orcr ono million
wheel people uro using Allen's rooi
Kute. They all prairie It. It gUei
reitnnd comfort to tumrtlrig, lint,
swnlen. aclilinr feet, and l a certain
cureo for Ingrowing nulls, At ull drug
gluts and shoe stores, sac, nampio
FUKB by mull. Address Allen S
Olutitca, U Hoy, N. Y. 3
It Is to you tli.il I .speak;
1 make a specially of
Let me do some foi you.
E T, Prescott,
mt wm to Ciou'r r
225 Commarcial street.
Friend, Sweetheart, Wife
s thebeauliful aeiitlmeut ehoien by
well kn own young uiau Ut be Inaoribed
thin hi RtiuWi ring FrUud, awwt'
fit-art. wife, combine the tui, or
choose one from among them, and we
.ill show you the ring for ptewnUtlon.
Iialntv solitaires for the women who U
tatUfinl with natlilng but the "oorrenl
tiling. . , u .
A nlca line of ring for mwi. HoW,
ubUutlal, eeoriomltfal ring for the
boys and gfila, F.vcrybo.lyV ring
tho aolkl gold oral or laud.
BARRS JEWELRY STORE,
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THE O. R. & fy a.
RnRlno Went Over tho Bank
I'nasoriKers Are All
tlr AMoclatod 1'rm n tfa( JoarnaL
1'ohtuni), Nov, 27. IhoO. 11. ,t N.
oastbound passenger train ran Into a
small slhlo near Booster Bock last even
ing. Tho onglno was derailed and slid
down thooinhankment, Instantly killing
fireman junior nnd Engineer Bolwrt
Hunter. Tho mail car was derailed but
tho passenger coaches remained on the
track. No passcngoys were Injured. W
V, HeUIngor, a brakoman riding on tho
onglno was taken from tho wreck badly
Injured. He Is now at tho hospital horo.
llr Aatortatril I'rrea to the Jnnrnal.
Wasiiinotov, Nov. 27. Tim Untle.1
States has declined to accept tho agree
ment as to tho disposition of the Sumo-
an Islands reached by Great Britain and
fUtho Instance of the other parties
concerned tho UnitcdStalos has prepared
and submitted the draft of u treaty
which It is hoped will bo acceptable to
all three powers.
The ftmallpox Beats
Has nothing to do with the cut rates
eaatover the Northern Baclfio railroad.
Come in nnd let us givo you full Informa
tion, rates, etc. Wo havo tho best
equipped train and best service of any
railroad to all Missouri river points.
Dining car and upholstered tourist
sleepors on each trait.. Como lit and
see us. Thomas, Watt k Co.
Horses Essential to Victory,
The English Commander In South Af
rica Is waiting for cavalry But the
business man at Salem who has to iro
outof towuonhusiucHH If ho wants to
make connections hires his team from
Gilliam .V llrow u at the old I' O. Stables.
It 20 ood
The Homeliest Man m Si'em
As well ut the handsomest, and otlt rs
are Invited to unll on any druggist
anil gel free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balunui for tho Throitt and Lungs, it
remedy Hint Is guaranteed lo curosuti
believe all Chroulo itml Acute Uouglis,
Asthma, Bronchitis mid Consump
tion, l'flee 2&c. nnd 60c. eod.Vw
You never know what will follow
constipation. Keep the liver clean by
using DoW Ill's Llttlfi Early Uisors
tnd you will avoid trouble Thoy are
famous for liver uml liowcl trnttblcr,
I AM A WOMAN--THIiKfcTOUri
I MAY NOT CAU. TO HIM,
CKY TO HIM,
FLY TO HIM,
BID I MM DELAY NOT I
UUT JUST THE SAME
I DO TULL HIM
NOT TO UUY CANDY
VOll ME ANY PLACE BUT
ELLIS & ZINN'S
IR4 Htata Hi.
? All the ragel
Good i ' aioL
- . ! -jMlSMmfwa ah
?C This is the makingup season far the holidays, Batteanqjf
and Point Lace, Braids, Threads, Buttons Pearhngs, etc. Hand
made BattcnburgJ Rcnnaisencc Battenburg, Battenburg tern
Embroidery, Knitting and Crochet Silks v CorticelU brand, belt
We Uro the moat ooniplote Hue f
Imndkerf hlef and dnllle linens in all
Down Cushion Ticks
the wrv let high grle down luby
Kluml IHby IS.
Wehaveas usual an luimwue tine
of holiday eu.hloiii, lUi. (As, I.W).
We intend to start you to thinking about
And also to keep you thinking of us(
Mokes tfio food moro deticious and whole son
But tho President Will Not
' J Ordered to
AH Troops Ordered to the Front Will Go to Their DestifMtwii
,-The Rebellion in its Last Stages and American S
ereignty Sustained American and Spanish femtafx t?v
cape s Deserters From the American Flag One Traitor
Serving the Rebels
Troops to do l-'oiward,
llr Aaaoelatril l'rrt tn Hi Juiirnnl,
Nkw Yoiik, Nov. 27. A special to
tho Herald, from Wanhington, Kiiys:
Though coiilldrnt that the end of the
Insurrection Is In sight, the President
will not withhold any troops now under
orders to proceed to Manila. It is d.v
slrablo In tho Interest of order nnd law,
that there should lo strong garrisons
stationed at important strategic ixiintx.
Insdrients Lose Prisoner.
Maniu, Nov. 27. Tho Insurgent
havo evacuated Maiigahiren In tho
province of l'angasuuaii, lenvlng seven
Amuricau and lit Sjmiilsli prisoners,
who em'HiHHl In tho eoufiisioii of the
The Americans are 1'. J. Green and
George Powers ol the llattleshlp Oregon i
Thomas Edwards and Charles Bird of
the Sixteenth Inlautry; Henry W.
James, Twelfth Infantry j Mini lies-
mond of the signal corps mid G, II.
Huberof I.nwos wouls. They reurttwo
Anifrleans tumble to eK'x', and they
are with the insurgents.
Who Thsy Ate.
Thoy are David Scott ol tho Twenty,
fourth Infantry, and Win. Scherby of tho
hospital corps. Four desertors am with
tho Filipinos, Howard, Martin and Font,
Callfornlaiis, nnd Watts, former regi
ment unknown. Howard Is tho only
tinoservliig with the Insurgent. He is
it captain of artillery
I'lliplno Diagglng Cannon.
'I Im Insurgents, under General Ale
Jaudriuo commanding, lqive retreated to
the mountains. His men aru deserting
him and the six twuiiott which the in
lurgenl are dragging are Impeding thslr
march. Col. Bell propose to follow the
Filipinos until ho can bring iilsiut a tte
olslvo fight or they are sotittered.
llr AuUIa !' lu tlir Jonrnal
Wasiiinotov, Nov. 27. The uruliwr
HM m t M ttaM !
I. t.ry ofouraw
ivw liuve w bewH
ttu whivh w
lil.W nl w lit ll'M
t l.il.liwt's ker
tliuU l sm! up.
lJuUo' Kerchwf vnrv rilae rTlt
ell evw aw""
I&. or JwiMrlfl jttjlf .)?il
In urlw frw a up to tW B-w
are uuurptl ajrwt.
Ifn "Duslneeo" not ltHrtfe '
" or jrour politic or our, tt
Journal Advertising Pay.
Wlthold the Roinfojcvffient8
tlnf Pacific ..?
New-anl, Captain McCalla, has wom tk
race to Manila, arriving there SMtmhtf.
Tho Brooklyn Is now hastening fam
Aden to Colombo, closely followlH ay
Iho New Orleans, which It aUadily gl.
Ing on her competitor.
The MeDanlel's TrUl,
llr Aaanolalrd Pre to tha Jawcaat.
roRTUNiifGr.,Nov. 27. The trial of
Frank U. McDanlel, rhargnl with tho
murder of Adelaide Fitch, whoso dead
body was found In Ojclo I'ark, July 20,
began trshty. iBut one Juror was nociired
and prolwhly it w ill bo moral days be
fore tho JKliml will Ih completed.
youreyesr Bid ttite in ye-r " r
It's your Jlvcrl Avers Pills r
liver pllli. They curs coxttiMtwai,
headache. drspcDsla. and ail Hvk
I compUlnu. 25c. AH
Wnt ttur nwm4uli or r4 a
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t &ax;T f t)3fj i
OuiaAiw, Nov. 27. - May 70j
San Frvncisco, Nov. 27, cash W?.
IS SOON AT HAND.
Honey Doas You Lobe You
Coons I 'l Alike to Ate.
Mamma's Little Pumpkin Col
iivl Cot jus.
II ."t Moit I Yous Col to Hay
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lh vn tliy WW
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lo artesi irui "r
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