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DAILY JOTTRN A T ,.
Home Made Goods
Best in the Market
SALETtf, OREGON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13 1809.
9 It's "Bualnosa"' not PertHe
'.. t w of root Ml tfca or iau)k7Z C
4 Jmirnrtt ArfnAiiiT.- M-.t
Of General Metliuen at Modder River Was Repulsed By
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SpecialsA very large line of cassimere suits
for men and boys'.
All sizes of Boys' black hose our own
brand, the Granite try them,
OVERCOATSKerseys in all shades and
prices, also in Tan Coverts. Cm ay and
Fancy Back Covert overcoats our own
make, (he swellest oi all.
TO0UE$ fkUib STORE
With Terrible Loss to the British He Had to Facc 12,000
Burghers, Who Fought Like Dc mons and Held Their
Positions , General Wauchopc Was Killed in Action ,, He
Had Just Arrived to Reinforce Lord Mcthucn Great Dis
affection in Cape Colony
Aguinaldo's Body Guard Has Been Destroyed or
See our Ladies' Sorosis
shoes, they are gieat, also our
Queen Quality the best 53.00
shoe in the woild. Aen's late
styles in Patent Leather, Tan
and Black oods all at the low
SALEM DENTAL PARLORS
Rooms 27 and 29 P. 0. Blk.
A Second Battle.
Ur Aaaoclated I'rraa lo the Journal
I-osdov, lVi 13. The war olllco lias
received the following from (ifiieral
"My artillery shcllul n at rone noil.
tlon held by the cnoinv from fniir imltl
dnek Sunday. The llhihland hrlim.ht
attacked at day break on Monday at
tho couth end of a kopjii.
The attack was properly timed but
fulled. Utianla were ordered to nrotivt
thcjilghlandera' right and rear. With
cavalry nnd mounted infantry, with a
howitrer battory, we attackeil thocnemy
on left, and with the. Otiiirds on the
right, snptiorled by Held nrtlllerv nnd a
At 1:15 I sent tho Gordon to tho cn
tronchmonts until dusk, tiio position ex.
tending tor six miles to the Modder
river. Today I am holding Uio Position
and intrenching. 1 had lo fnco 12,000
men. Our loss vvns grunt."
The Doer Report.
I'liKToniA, (Monday) Dec. 11. An
olllcinl report cava: Tho battle of Mod
der river began ycntcrday with cannon
firing, tho heavy lighting proceeding
from 3:110 in morning until U ::!(). The
lighting still continues.
A muriiiug dispatch brought the
word that all the Hoera tmsltions hao
leen maintained and 41 llrilNh priaon
A Veteran Oeneral Killed
Ixsdos, Dec. 13. Major General An
drew G. Wauchope was killed in action
at Modder river Monday. Wauchopo
was a ctcrnu of the Ashanteu nnd
Ulg Lot Wounded,
Oiianok Hivkk, Dee. ill. Thnii hun
dred nnd twenty llritish wounded,
Including 17 olllcers, have arrived from
M odder river.
nation, from a Uritlsh point of
win hardly bo overestimated.
Disaffection in Cope Colony.
Hr Aaaorlalad i'rraa in the Journal
London, j,v. l: iluller's advitni'o
In tie direction oi Collenso neoins to
coinniencetl. Them aro reuened r..iw,ri
of iv cabinet crisis at Capo Town, where
ins miii that uovernorMilncr Is nbout
to act in eonsemionco of disclosure In.
volving tho ministry's loyalty.
At Other Points.
Or Aaaoclatrd I'rraa la the Journal.
Cans Tows. Tuesday. Dee. 1 .-...,.
Oral Gatacre In moving from llushmnn's
nock to Hterkstroem toilnv. A lunula.
trato at Hterkstroen wires that many of
mo missing liave turned up.
rrencliniiiorts that a detachment of
cavalry, with two guns reconnoltered the
lioer's position at Qulntfontolii and
They shelled a farm and drove the
enemy from Vaalkopf.
Generals Arc Dead or Prisoners Large Numbers of
Spanish Prisoner Let Loose and Immense Captures of
Arms and Supplies Whole Provinces Surrender to the
Americans The Insurrection Being Fapidly Broken
Down By Our Forces
Ilr Aaaitvlalril I'rraa In llir Juurual.
Nuv Yi.hk, ,Dec. 13 The Herald
l'ain'm tiro belni: drawn for the, Incor-
iwatlon of a new sunr concern, bavlnu
an unthorired capital of $100,000,000.
Teeth for $6 up
for only a
S hort time,
Gold Crowns from 3 up, Si'k.
ilest Gold Filling. $1.50, up.
d A. I' I'llllngs, l,up.
Drs. Eplev k Olinger.
Rooms 27 and 29 P. O. Blk.
Was a Qlg DaPlr.
I.ONr.ox, Dec. 13. General Metliuen.
natXiectel, followed up lib) artillery
attack with u general assault on the
Doer jiosltion Monday, and his report
show i that tho anxiety of tho nubile
regarding the renlt is amply Juslif cd.
Tho engagement was evidently of
considerable inngnlliide, and tho list of
killed ami wounded will be proortloii.
ate, without tliucomiH'iis.ttinu of a vie
lory nnd perhaps a more serious defeat
tliau .vietliuon admlU.
The only coniH!tiiwtion the llritish
will bo able to discover in the disheart
ening (dory, Is in Mcthtieu's statement
that he maintains bis position, arouslni!
the hoj that he will retrieve tho situa
Considerable significant e nttaches to
Miitlitten's statement that tie is en
trenching himself, indicating the fear
that the Doers may adopt ihe offensive
and attack him. The gravity of the sit-
Ilr AaaiM-lnlrd I'rraa in Iba Juurnnl.
Wasiiinotun, IKh;. 13. Senator Gal
linger preseiiteil a bill for the codMca
tlon of Ihe ikjiibJou laws. Itls nrono'siil
that tlio commiHsiou shall consist off
fllrtata nml iimitiluira nf llw. it I l I
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Qital News From Otis.
Ilr Aaaoclated I'rraa lu llir Juurunl
Wvsiiimitiiv, Dec. 13 General Otis
had some stirring news to report today.
HIsiablegr.tinHwro as follows "Ma.
nlla Fifty men of tlio iiiivv nnd llfiv
then n( the army took Uoinv on the Kith
Instant. Vintnc's uxlreino northern
force hni pnsscd over tho mountains,
driving the Insurgents under General
Thin, who was badly wounded, killing
60 and wounding many.
lie made large captures of rllles and
propi-rty, with nil tho Insurgent trans,
portntion and released all Spanish pris
oners In that section to the nnmlM'r of
of IMXH), Our casualties aro two wound.
ed, our troops pursuing tho remnant of
i luoi command.
Marsh's battallloii dostrnved Amilnnl-
do's hotly gtinnl, kfllod General Greg-
orio Pilar, received tlio surrcudor of
Guperal Concepcion and bis staff, and
killed and wounded fW Insurgents, nnd
reieaseUoiT Spanish prisoners
lug 150 friars and captured considerable
proierty. Ills loss was two killed nnd
nine wounded. My information Ii Hint
Agtilimldo has nbandoiivs.1 hi) troops is
hiding in the province of Dctiguet.
A km ond dispatch is as follows
"Manila-Admiral Watson Informs mo
tlint the provliico of Cnau h as sur-
remleriHl uueomlltlomllly lo Captain
Mc Callu 'on tho 11th Inst. Mae Arthur
at ltajntnlougroportH that he lioldsitK
prisoner Mnblnl. the nlest of the In-
surgeutH and foundrr oh he late government:"
cents. The Indian claimed to haro
come from the Rlleti, but the name and
ami antecedents t( the wliltoluan aro
not of reiiinl though ho Is sild to bi a
certain Jones. The Indian had left his
cu tan tied by the bridge, ami Marshal
Glbvm gatlierrd him In took care of
Foroonstoil'As tlio Nntlonnt Ropuli
llonn Jlokot for IOOO.
Mr Aaanrlnlrrt I'rraa lit lh Jnnrnal.
CLKVKi.AXi),.Dec. I3.-.V Washliigton
dispatch to tho Uxidur snys: In
tho Kglit of the Information gathered
from contact with leadors In nnllitea.
Itinpy lKstall almost without nnal-
lllcatlon that tho Itepuhllcan ticket
nnxtjrnrwlllbo MoKlnloy and Hoot.
TIim aonllniiitil In fin... nf llll... ii....
. . ..... w. vii. .ii ii., ui ui iiiimi ilIKH
lnciuit- hns nsumed propitious which prarti-
colly insures him being gin n the sec
ond place on Ihe ticket.
Another Chimney Kite.
A llll.t III till. Hull lki.lt. .k.... I l..l....l
book slorc and rraser'a millinery slow
iiiiriioii out tun rorunoon, causing the
lire department to make a ipilck run,
but doing no damage.
are made with Royal Baking
Powder, and are the most appe-
tizing, liealthful and nutritious w
of foods. v
Hot biscuit made with im- .&.
pure and adulterated baking
powder are neither appejuing
nor wholesome. , '?
It all depends upon (he .bak
ing powder, '
Take evfirv rnra fftn liown
your biscuit made with .Royalty. I
which is a mire crentn nf tnrfnr' - t J'
baking powderj i'f-y.of would-'.'
avoid indigestion. :
A SUPPOSED JONES,
Mysteriou3 Partner of an Indian Saved I
From a Walery Orvae. I
Qovornor Appoints lix-8'onntor
Allan Who Unn Talk
Was Too Full of Uug Juice and
Willamette Was Kobbed of
Ilr Aaaot'lulvtl I'rraa lu III Journal
Owviia, Dee. IB. Governor I'oynler
has appoluteil ex-Senator Allen to llll
the senatorial vacauuy canted by the
death of Henulor Ha ward.
THE LOW PRICE
FURNITURE HOUSE. 1 V
Santa Claua In Town.
The New York HatkuU has a large
Hue of all kinds of huliday goods ui
haK) )f glove caM'S, necktie 1 axis, work
ImiXI'S. eilff mill ifilliir luiirna (iliiln
cases, dresulug caws, manicure Belts.
shaving setts, albums of all kinds, u
few oxira Hue dressing wise,) dulls,
linen and other kinds of (million's
picture books, with histories for young
i people, mm) try, una prose irom lit
wrlturs, gamnsof u', kiuiU, silk, Ilium,
and cambric haudkeruhlels, ties, cults,
collars and a thousund other article-',
all attractive, and iiroftil. Don't fall to
call and seo our goods and, prices, huv
will please ) oti, ami av jou lunuuy all
at Itackct prices. '.'d-lw.
Left the Town,
Geo Morris, for some time ps.it re
porter on a l'ortland paper at Full in, has
left the town and tomo-of his bills un
settled. It Is reported Im went broke on
one of the murderous slot gambling do
yices. John T 11 Ityan was admitted to the
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M, vi, ,,,iiv ,iiri,,,,v I'ltu'w.1,!! -an
eoincs from Ohio, and was alinittl u
a certlllcate from the supreme tt.urt id
ft BIG HO
KuGaoi Prices! 'huh.
w VTMiKdWAnm W7f-. -r
. a . --
Karlv this moruliiir parties llvlmr near
the river bank, lu the vicinity of Iteut-
le," X Cii's, woodpile near the stuol
bridge, were dliturhed by cries for help
from thudlnctloii of the river, but
seeming to come from the other side,
Kil CrOMMUii. Ilvlnn ncross the river.
also heard them before he left home to
como over to his work. As he crossed
the bridge hi' discovered (hut the cries
came from the river bank almv the
lly this limn Jake Mltolwll, of tho
llourlng mill, had also commenced mi
Investigation and with a lantern tie
two men louilod tho Individual who mi
urgently desired assistance 1U was
standing in the witter whurr) tlm Imnk
was alxiut III lent high, nntiMe In get
A rnpo was lonerwl aisl he was IhiIsI
ed to level ground.
Close by, at the ful "fa tiiva isniv
lire was burning, ami an Indian was
iwnut'fully sleeping. The wauir-soakm!
party liiiineilUitely wnt for thr Indian
dmnuudlng to know why In, hadn't
helwil him , but the Imlkiii reJnal that
Im didn't liavo no ropo.
Ii u'm.i llml llui imtr warn" liar luara"
anil has been eamplng-out.and prHwll
Indulging lu strong watws, and the
white man had ImulvawlaBlly walkwl
over the bluff.
He was left drying hliiiU bv the
Aimpflre. UUr Ur Iwlian was m
looking for his imrtinr li "l
bud rotdwl him ot ail lis ni'oey,
13 jiamiiurvf m&
HOYAt, BAKINO HOWDtH CO,NtW VPS,K.
An I'.vent At Kola.
The steamer Pomona this morning
landed at vvlmt was formerly tho old
Win Jones warehouse, at Kola. whtMi
Is now a hop house, ownfU by Gilbert A
raiivrsou oi tills city. "J bales of
. a.iviauu ui una my. -mi bales of city is running with two pollmsiss., ssva
their bops wiiro loaded to lw brought 'ol'ty t nlitht and the otW isHw
fslwn's city Jail has not till tata?
had an occupmt for two Moaths, Citf
Itoconlsr Jtidab says that Om Mrin ssc
nemo for tho board of city tKlsnnsrs hr
tho year 1 will not excc4IM, TIm
city I running with two tollssa.i,
la vnur hralh hailV Th.n un.i
.- w. . VMM, lll.ll uui
oesi menus turn ineir ncaus slide.
A bad breath me.ns a bad liver.
Ayer'a Pills are liver pills, They cure
sick hcsJaclie. 25c. All dru.lsts.
Waul yaar tiittu.iaclia or aaaril a laaulllul
hraaii r fl'li hia'Sf lli.n ma
BUCKINGHAM DYE &.
-V lV.t ---j " -
Han Fit v mi mo, Det
May 0!), ;
Cash 117 1(
to nali'lu Inr n linn lutein., n I...
bounht tbem a wovV ago, tho price
nald could not be learned for publica
tion. This was ajtif-at uvent at' Kola,
aside steamer went up the itlcreall
river, to the nl.iee where twcnty-llvn
ii..i-iiu km mil niirni inuu wiu en.
tiro surrounding country was shlpiH.il
to market. All tho poopln turned out
to Mti tho steamer, nml many an old
timer, who hail In iarlvliiv. I...II, .
air castltHi fur fnliim irrnaiiina. aI T'i..
dropped a silent tear hi couteuipla'tlim'
ol wiist mluht have Itecn.
The Ulalr Kngs.ement.
Of n'fi'ht Niitv Vfirlr ..i. ...,i. ..
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sMiiuaoiii more iirumlnbntly than "A
Tim strcots are quit at all
Udy of quality." It comes to the Oiiiru
liotlbl lomiVrriitv uliflil I .1.1 l.u ln.
gonle lllair, who has added grnally to
the success of the piece. Hurroundlnir
Miss lllair la a iviiinuiiitfiif o...f.ill ....
lected players tliuron.hlv capable of
reading the Hues of the play In a tnas
There Is a liandfomo laJr at
Ma) em Hons, drosMxl In 15o Weill-,
i ru I fan to seo Iter.
Auction Halo of Heal Kstatn tomorrow.
)i Buys a Lot
Of holiday goods at Jos. Murwi A
OUU CANDY IS FRESH,
LIKGWISe IT IS PURB
IS MADE BY SKILLOD LAIiOK
OP THIS WC ARE SURB.
mvmr - K
Don't watt until old St. Nick comes tumbling down your
chimney o Christmas Is close at hand I hear the bells.
Rugs, Rockers, Desks, Sideboards, Tables, Chinaciosets, Special
prices on all styles of Morris chairs ranging from S6 up,
Our prices on Lounges begin at 52. A good one In beautix
ful figured satin russe. any color, with extra long fringes a beauty
only $3,60, Order one for Christmas,
248 COMMERCIAL ST. X
Our Eleirant llolidav Itoiulkercliiefs
surpasj. aiiylliinjf we have ever
Ctuki's pkluia kuiMlkaielirM, Ulvtf.
U'ltos lairw lirMMi, M up.
l'fU hm aia mbrofctil iwoilf.
Sec our Kerchief Girl J i cased en
tirely in 15c Kercliieh.
It la Viv My W'lkltiHir
nr ' iimiiS ai limilral ISNMSMIatr
il nil vHn Mtatl lft
' a ('liriiiia. liawi ('rrltwliddrtn
,d iiothlna 'ml a mV of impewi
UuiikriMiM ou II. RuM it
lliulli l ttu. to 'ta hr a WlKVkr4i'ili.
.1 :i4l. 1.... fj.. W Ii ,L. I1UIUV
w .or film ly yon think fur thatr
Nolhing more appropriate than a
Hal for Xmas. We have an ex
tensive line from.SI up in Dress
Miinliitun lUts, VMj
Ravloft il.tl, f l("-
wh.m ns; m
XJ7J A'r TT-iJf1
Present Present Giving
Jewelry has ever Iwen a suggestiro word In gift waking. It Is as much n In
0 prcK'nt prtwfnt-giviiig time, as ever. V have uiado tntvf pmwirattens
A .. i..ii7.u ..-... r,l '!rt A atrick vftu uill aJmlie. at iirieas vou will rrtfaiil
with favor. Jevudry Is aoroeUiliijt you Iiould buy of one In whom ym Jmv. wrt ouy
awnfldence. but '4 one wlw ha the nereaaary knowlwle UjMI lb uuA Iniu U
la,! Years otirrfnc give us tbtsknoialeilge. Just a few JJry kiuto are
found lJiiw. A look tbnwgliour stock villi add to tb.
ijultea'awlgofltlwan'sgoWfillo.l watch- rata 113 ufc Chains, lockaU,
link buttons. broJtw. studs, and rln in Urge ijuantities and at law prlww hr
Phon BARR'S JEWBLRY STORE uui.h
l UAUtl'l I'S UV ri'iv cii
&jm' W ..a
Hall'.' suit HMit uvl smdklaa i)
el ii.-. k.uil'lies uiribfsllas, bath
tiMUm, law, anajamkr , hamlktrdidefs.
isulhVs, uiK-asar, Brians, Wllr,
riifta. rawtlrr iiDrniiU. eanes. dress
sblfU, atuvos. itaiUi's, pyfaius suits, nllW.
Hulk, uai Mi pivSMMia
Store Open" Evenings.
Our Elegant Imported Novelties,
Vawat. I'twlr Jar, Iom lUm luas, Cbjar llofcttrn. tuhaano Jar, l'ln Trays, etc.
Vwmtuii and IkJuimuii UUss. C'ldtw KovalUoa, ; al Itotn Art y vrs Art iVtU'ry. j
.qUGGSTONS , PLB
I'l I Mil CAl'Btt
I Alht lltTAl.NH
Don't buy a lot of "nor;-
isenje lor unnstmas ginss-
buy somelhfnif that k useftiji
instructive, or ornamental.
Look over tho house an J w
what is lacking.
Then tome to us.