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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY DECEMBER 19 1899.
Tho Improvement consist of a tnnnel
tatweou one and two miles long throngh
solid granite, and a long deep cut also
Gffl. LAWTi KILLED
Fell With an Insurgent Bullet Through His
Everybody Takes an Interest in
in grnnito,und nnarrh causeway across
Our assortment of Holiday goods this year breaks all;
P previous records. Just come in and look the lines over.?,
You're sure to find something suitable for youi friends. :
Dolls for the children, picture books and storv boeks:
E for young people, albums, picture ftames. mirrors, teilet:
Peases, trinket boxes, shaving ca;es, stand covers, stamped
LaW MHAMI - nil la !- rt r tr M A a ivn nltr
iiiicio, tiuu an Mima ui i.iiioy yuuro.
Handkerchiefs of all kinds. 1 hey re arranged on hoops-
:accordmg to prices, from 5c up. If you want shoes er:
: clothing for presents, we have just the kind you need
Lowest possible prices on everything.
THE NEW YORK RACKET.
See our Ladies' Sorosis
bhoes, they are gieat, also our
Queen Quality the best 33.00
shoe in the world. Aen's late
styles in Patent Leathers, Tan
and Black goods all at the low
Reinforced and Extending Their Lines on
Rumors That BullcrHas Cross'
cd the Tugcln Fiver arc Disv
counted W Great Rejoicing
in England at the Loyalty of
Canada American Senti
ment in Chicago Finds Ex
prcssion v The Tugcla Bat
tle British Unable to Ad
vance in the Face of the Boer
murderous lire niul was compelled to
retire, leaving guns ami munition
wagons on tho vcltlt. This brlgado also
was obliged to (nil buck.
"Meanwlillo, General llarton's brl-
I gado also failed to take ikbosIou of
Hlanwrl hltl, as was intondeil, ami the
entlroforco rottred onChoveloy. Gen
eral Clory wiw In command."
London, Doc. 10. Tho war otllcc
posted a revised list of tlin casualties In
tho battlo of Magersfnntein, giving 51
Oitawa, Doc. 10. Tho Imperial gov
urnment has accoptsd tho otter of tho
Dominion irovornmont to sond a second
contingent to the Tranvaal.
RKAL estate auction.
BIG JOB OF
Tho Union Pacific Will Sponcl 0.-
000,000 Noar Choy-
Ur Aaaoclnttd I'rraa to lha Journal.
Cukvknnk, Wyo., Doc. 10. Contract
will bo signed within tho week for near
ly throo million dollars worth of Im
provnients on Sherman Hill, thirty
miles west of f Cheyenne, on the main French government asking (or an ox
line 01 the Union l'acillc. pianauon 01 its action
Br Aaaoplnted I'rraa In th Jnnrnal
Wasiunuton, Dec. 10. It la asserted
nt tho stato doiutrtment that our gov
omment has Intcrtorred in no degree
whatovor lietwccn Franco and China,
In connection with tho iendlng dllllcul.
tics between those countries. It l po
Itlvely denied that tho United States has
addressed any communication to the
One of the Bravest Officers and Greatest Fighting GtmraUm m
the American Army His Place Cannot Well Be 'jPUM
Was a Warm Friend of the Oregon Regiment L
Ur Aaaoelnlril I'm, to the Jnarnal.
Tiviuiv. iw if). Onlv tint ontlmln-l
.1 11. . ... .1.-1 1I..11... l.n.l Proneitv Qoes At Less Than the Cost of
Lie iruYU urutin iu milium nu.fc i'hhvi . .
crossed tho Tuegcla river. There Is also j
no confirmation of tho statement that
Our Work is Right
And Prices are Right J
Wc can give you any kind
of Dental workjlmown, to
the profession at our'officc,
Drs. Eplev &. Olinger.
Rooms 27 and 29 O. Blk.
Methuen's lino of communication hasi
been cut, though there Is a probability 1
of such an event. According to tho !
hilost news from Methuon tho Iloorsl
wero gathering reinforcements nnd ex-
tending their fortifications on both his
flanks, but It is believed thoy will be
unable to attack tho llrltlsh twltlon.
On tho other hand, it was regarded as
Impossible for the llrltlsh to turn tho
ltoer Hank, sonio papers express mis
givings at tho troops going from India
to South Africa. They think It may
lead to tho two continents lielng nblno
with war instead of one.
Ample recognition is given in tho
press to tho great outburst of loyalty In
II r Aaaorlntril I'rraa to Ih Journal
Ciiicauo, Dee 10. Public ndvocnoy of
Great llrltaln'ssido in tho South Afrio:n
war by Dr. K. IJenJamln Audrows, sn
vriutendont of tho public schools 01
Chicago, was tho causoof Iho resolutions
Introduced lu tho city council last nisht
calling for his rulgiuition or removal by
tho lMard of education.
The TugeU Battle,
Ur Aaanclnleil I'reaa to ilia Journal.
Umhiv, Dec. 10. Tho corresiwndont
I Of tho llXilly Mall, telegraphing from
j Krore cump, Natal, December 15, and
deiHiribliig thoTugola river battlo, nays:
' "Tliu Hoeru In great force occupied a
strong cntrenohod position commanding
the river and reaching back nbout 800
yards from Its further sldii. General
Hart's brigade, on the left, llrstat.
tempted a crossing under n murderous
Nordenfeldt nnd rlllo lire. Tho lloynl
Dublin fuslleers, the Hoyal Innlnskillin
fuslleors, the King's Own Scottish Iwf-
Iderers and tho Connanghl rangers
I crossed with superb unllinohlng gallau.
j uy, but the position on the olhei side
'was found utterly untenable.
! "Tho Itritlxh suffered heavily fnlm a
I iMrfect hail of artillery and shrapnel,
while their own artillery was very badly
mauled. Thuy were therefore, obliged
' to re'eroi-i the river. t
"On the rigut, General HlldyanU
brig-ina displayed equ.U heroism, suo
ceodmg iu entering thevillsgeof Colons
but the Sixth Utter) encountered a
WALL STREET WILD,
Brokers in State of Excitement " Stocks Go
Way Down More Failures,
The auction sale of real estate by the
Salem Iluitdlug and Ixau Association
was resumed tills morning at 10 o'clock
iu South Salem.
The thrcee houses on Commercial
street, corner of Hush street, opposite
the brick store wore sold. Tho 4 room
cottage on tho eornor, with lot 82)$
by 100 feet brought 31C, being bid in
by Amos Strong.
The uoxt, and older house with tour
rooms on a lot 60x82,, brought i'AMi,
also going to Amos Strong.'
The four-room cottage, next to the
alley on a lot of tho samo slro as the
last, was knocked down to G. W. John
son for 200.
The crowd was small and bidders few.
Competition resolved itself Into M
raises, and Friedman, the auctioneer,
had to use all his arts to run tho prop
erty up to thollgures realued.
While the prices at which tho prop
orty sold would not nearly cover tho
cost of the Improvements, yot It may bo
bald that fully as good prices were real
lied as. could lm expected,
The sato was continued at 1 30 p. ni
in North Silcm.
Ur Aaaaelalrd Treat to Ihe Journal
Ni.w YoitK, Dec. 10. All roads l-xl to
Wall street this morning. Cnmdiy
seekers of all conditions and both sexes
thronged tho financial districts.
Brokers were In a state of wild excite
ment and turmoil, and us the signal
sounded lor oitening it was limes-
ribable. The Market became wildly
Irregular at times.
The Avalaucho of selling orders was
so steadily absorbed that tho standard
railroad stocks began to offer resistance
to tho decline. Karly in thu second
hour appeared an appreciable decrca-ti
iu tho nativity and Ihe pressure was no
longer so severe.
Tho Senntollas a Substitute Up
Its Sleovo-Anothor Atsliriv
moot at Boston.
Ur Aaaoelnlrit I'reaa to the Journal.
Hostov, Dec. 10. Dlllawayand Starr,
bankers and brokers, of this city, Ijnvo
assigned. Thu llrm is one of the most
prominent of the kind In the city.
Oeneral Lawton Shot.
Hr Aaaoclateil l'raa ( lb Journal.
Manila., Dec. 10. General Henry
I.awton was shot and killed nl San
Mateo by n rebel bullet, llo Wat stand
ing In front of his troops when ho was
shot In the breast and died Immediately.
Lawlon started from M.nlta lst night
with cavalry, for tho purpoio of captur
ing San Mateo where Ueronlmo is said
to have 300 Insurgents.
Wasuisotom, Dee. 10. Tho presi
dent's tlrst intimation of the losi ot
(Tonural Lnwton was given him by the
Associated Press. A dispatch was sent
to tha white house while tho cabinet
meeting was In progress and was ro
colved with expressions of sorrow and
Ml night the President had Iwued
instructions to prepare Lawton com
mission as n hrigiidler genoral of the
reirnliir army, and theadjutant general's
clerkswereatwork on the commission,
when the Information of taw Ions death
was convened to thodopartmont.
Lawton was a native ot Toledo 0. and
won a commission In the army by hli
signal gallantry during tho Civil war.
notice, cmhiornting1 the grounds ot com
test on whKsh tho seats of Oovoraor Ty
lor and 1 Jontonant-Qovcrnor Mar-shall
will bo made by Ooebel and Becksm
havo Won prepared and will bo servett
Hr ' 'oclarrtl rrmn ta tka
WASiitMnroK. Dee IB. Sowster JMaV
elmlrman of the DHcrUe iialXml
committee, has issue" 1 a 'all for a
Ing of the cotumlttct) la thla eHy tkas
22nd ot February, to fls time . (Am
for holding the National Dcmowitlo
fir Aaaorlalrd I'rraa lo b Journal
Wahhi.xitus', Dee. 10. The senate
Nkw York, Dec. 10. At a meeting of committee on finance authorised Aid
the clearing house committee, the sec- rich to report the senate financial bill as
ond subscription of TIO,tXK),000 wiisiundo a substitute (or the houso bill when It
for lending in the stock market. was received from llmt Iwdy.
The World with
Mrs. A. II. I'arrarls Imiik from Cor
Mrs. A. T. Ollbert went to Portland
to spend tho day.
Senator Haines, of Washington county
'h in thu oily for n fe,v ilays,
A. O.King, county clerk of Malheur
county, was in tho city yesterday.
Werner Ilreyman and Kugeno lr)
man took the 1:11 train for Poitland
Mrs. J. I.. Heeler took tlio4:W train
for her home at New WhaUimi, Wn.,
Mrs. Col. Ilowlett, of North Yaklnu
Is the guoit of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Den
nis, on Liberty street.
Mrs. F. M. Ilonllne lm gone lu Stuy
ton to take oare of Dr. Derbys-hlro'ii lit
tle cJiild, who Is iiiilu ill
Mrs. J. M. Forsytho went to Wool
burn on thu 4:1-1 train last evening to
visit her father for a week.
J. K. Hennett ami wife went to Port
land this morning. Mr- Hennett will
take treatment at the Portland Manila
riuiu. Yesterday there arrived at the im
plement warehouse of K. M. ('rowan a
Ctrloadof Syracuse ehllled und sitvl
Mrs. A. I. Shafer, of lkkw Clty.u
sister of W. T. Itlgilon, the undsruiker
arrival tadav from Haker City with an
Dr. II. fVtrtwriulit went to Portland Table, by
this morning UiwwHiiiHiuy btasUter,
Mrs. D. P. Jones, who starteil for Iter
home in Chicago this inorniiig.
Olliver r. Savage, who has bven with
a government sureyingart in Wash-
Ington, is home for a vwu m "" i"
Mr and Mrs W N Havag"
Hr Aaaoelalril I'reaa lo Hit Journal. .
Wasiii.notos, Dec. to. Mlien tne
house met today, taut, of Ohio, uskvd
iinaulinotiH coiifent that the committee
Invwtfgotlng the ltoU-rU' cute be also
Instriietod to Investigate thocaeeof two
Utah K)stinasterH alleged to be guilty
of polygamy. Shorinau, of Nrw York,
Hr Aa.olalil I'rraa lo lb Journal
Wasiiumitos, Dec. 10. At thocublncl
meeting there was a discussion of the
situation In Alaska which, according to
the views of tho president and cabinet,
requires the Immediate attention of con
gress. It was thought that during the com
ing summer there will le from 20,000 to
10,000 people in the vlelniny of Ca.o
Nome, without laws or means of enforc
ing such OS tho better class of eltliens
Shake Into Your a hoe.
Allen's KiKil-Hisc. u siwdcr. It cure
...,i..f..i yiniiriiiiif. iieMim feel .Hid
ingrowing nails, und Hiuntl lk
t neslinif oui in lainit
i u it or new snoe iei wj
out nf (irn nnd btiiilous
rcnicstcouiforl illMwyvry , of
Allen's PontrKaso iimkos
ew shoes feel ouy. 'It Is a
ccrliiln cure for sweating, callous ami
"it.tlrl.clilniiriHjt. irr ltily
yohhiyall druggists iwlHwn U)r
Uy mull for 3c In elainiw 'I rial wcL
iiuo PIIKK AdlrK. Allen s. ()m
tcd, IUo, N. i.. 4
tiXiw. sau jajH-,, ;-iH-
.Murray, iiir inure " "r
WUImril Ilnlee. Ill Ilia W-it.
5 It requires. 40 brooms to Jo
5 the uvei aire family ten years:
Cpsts 30c cents per year, a
UlSSliLL SWEEPER at 53
lasts ten years. uy
antl S,Ye w-
Story of flwCkiaH. IjmIii f-M'''"M';
0,1 by Kindergarten worker. W h(gin
IlaWllf Little P-at'y "7rPrr!
ii... iitnmi. rlM'i iheilver, InylKoriw
ihRSVStoru liu.'-ii HUIe pill
hUines lruj N'i,re
11 r Aaaoelnlrd I'rraa In Ilia Jouraal
Wahiiinuios, Dec, If). Grow of Penn
sylvania, addressed tho bouse In do
fense of the policy of retaining the Phil
ippines. There ws n brief debate and
the house adjourned.
PRESIDENT NAMES '
Oihnr TooBM(f ot tho Day of
No Urnnt import-
(Not tho ordinary kind)
WII01.ESAI.IJ AND lUJI'All.
SPECIAL I'KICHS ON CHRIST
Phono S7B4. 104 Slnto bi.
Ur AaaolaUl I'raaa l lltt Juaraal.
Wasiiinotos, Dee. Hi. Prwldenllal
nonihmtloiiai W. H. Haker lo Ui post
inniter at (Vlvllle, WoMi.
WisnijiUTos, XhA. 10. Win. V Allen'
was wurHirt nsn-riialorfri Ne
The llnaiiclal hill was leeched fnuu
the house end aeferreil lo the ilimnco
Nkw Yoiik, Dec. 111. Might lives were
lost In two teueinent houses which
were destroyed by lire today. Tho dead
are: John Harretl, wifo ami ilaugliler,
Mrs. (llles, Anna rrry, Hlchard Nick
ersou, Mrs. Fox, and son. Mlislngi Mrr.
fs hnelder and daughter.
Cilii'Aoo, Dec. IU. A Kik-cUI to Ihe
Itwnrd from Frankfort. Ky.. says: It
is Hiinouiicvil by the (hsdiel that a
A nindtonc ye-booi itUsl
wltu cuatiful tilaMrtttaM, mhI t
complete olcBaW. It in mM
U Mirt-MMtli (or 5 tttM, Mi
' VOtta Ivc tMfVH tfot MSMrMt.
It t reliM tUootfY (
progtcM oi ia 9tli tMtwy
CXMCt( M tK 304k.
Becutsry Wilson, on AgrkuhtH
Sen. Chtancsy M. Dtpew, oa I'oMm
Kaittll Kage, on Fleancs
Thdrnas Edlwn, ElrctricHy
Oen. Menltt. " Land Watfcw
AduiL lllchborn, Nsyid Wi
"AIMSinltb, - Spotts
If roar M4lr caaaM Mttaty Tail
with II. eat ml IbU a4. awl wdI ll H
thiaa iion iiaH.aa4 rtla Maa a.
(ul Uvk ffaa, ASJjMij. ....
J. V. AVKH CO, Iwll, MaM,
Rings and other
dsju&uvjw ranlcd for
T33iP years for
dies " 25 cents,
We hae a verr niee
hue pru ea ranging -loi
r trouoM I
" " S& vvL !
33T vAOJrr JgWL'UW- o fCRZSb t WKT CJ
..ia aav-aavaiaajaaaBiaBa t--'Vl rr y jr.ci ji i T -yl I.M71 If KLI. -m
mATMTm n4tJiM 1 npnwpP jmi.w
i iniifw 'wlmul K-fe jzwmz
h wmmwMLi j, if iwa?-. vfMicsm
f. A1L71 IA1I L T "LJaya aaTaTr ' ' F-JV ISh. aaTaTaa
f' tgLXZ" Js
Patterns Make a doll that wn
wearlwbyrhiths we hare the
natta-riii Willi lieailtiliil W'w.
1 ij&ii j
I.MI) S'V palate a
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r,. u n lo 51AM
i ad.riofol au.llhauUUai
,u,n ilarwiis aM Ibflr sway.
t " loirJ aa'lltrs4laa tnl
inf. aiUio ! i-ir
n.iuia nf i(,ankind
nMHile. silver artiel
of goM awl Hw go's
reganl Willi lvur.
JIUIK lw iw,ftvw"
.,1,-r an.. rl h. .-I- .!- MjVlti
. Wh. e W ?.. "."".!.i'" 7. ,1 TLuJV! Oar .ItMttof
a ul mercbaiwuw fw """V-"'"" (Ur ,U T will
! IH ttl ISM-M "ST tna - --- -
Aaw.lllo""' llofaky UAtUfSj
Has Ifait HMIloOiVPf . W
oh, tlu lll rff,
They make handsome ,,, iMH
toalk It Ua aM
tT( xrftuli dli4
. ... - W. hut a aMHf "'' "" ""'
SILVER TABLU WAKfc &&laV't"' Z
rings JK;Taa-w.jtiff-w -"-
lnun V ' 'SJSalfcatUMii. ! '
1 1- a nrvo TCWCf PV STORE, iiHHiat.
WtlKAT MARKET. , MM;
Oiucioo. IVcember IH. May 70li t ySm
raali II! I -T
Hak Fkancimo, Dec. It), Cash tS4 nt
i ---a--aair lor J years w "M m,
b" EflHaUJUW WafTaf" " CCntS. WHp J
lAiierbnoh's Flno Nuckwuar- I 7, f i&
wife a new W aratlm onirnm in raiow iviyj 1 'Wfc
ins n.w ii iia !!. L.Ti. I SK
I aio mp to f 1.00 (IfiTriING 3m
ftVaBrHT P JiS&yiliu)plLhn "" '"' 6 3B'
aBrr.)r?J faWEXB J -W
Doll i Fancy Vests. ' M
faWaaf AUrJF& " holHay Una very fOAl;ry. 3 yj
Holiday J! UP To '1
and ili" i MV 'I.iBalaMI
: " a)aVaia?TTaaTMWBBBaa1
Golf capes for ,;
IHO holidars lUu'apsHls. I
ihe hbau4 or oa a
prwot at Mir W, lf
..jctfliaogu f llw 1 tsSatH .
Our Lltt ItloMkS H
ChiistHias are the
ImI MHUMO UiMt.
66c lo $175
aw Coiumt tnk iifhun'ul
w.nts. v Mve tbpu. Iwm
78: tip (o $12.50,
ll'lKeftWI DAUiv o )l v w"
I.EAD0KS IN LOW PRICES.
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