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SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY JUNE 12 1900.
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(MM fiLOEMFOHTEIN RETAKEN BY STEYN
For Men, Youths and boys In
choriots, tweeds, casslmores,
serges, wotsicus nnu uroauclotlis.
A Large Assortment of Palteras
to clioofe from, in stripes, light
and dnrk checks, plaids, blue,
serges, staple, grays, fancy wors
teds and blacks, all cut in sacks,
trocus, or rrinco Alberts.
The Tide Turning in Favor of the Boers
Aro as low as many ask for shoddy eastern goods. Wo lmvo
Dark cheviots, nobby in appearance good for ser
vice, price only 9.00.
Blue serges, 510 a suit.
OAIMJ NOME parties will And it to their advantage to oxmnino our
stock of blankets, underwear, flannel ovcrshirts, box, gloves, etc. We
nro fitting out parties every day.
GEN. TEWET WITH 13,000 BOERS
MARCHING TO RETAKE JOHANNESBURG
MIS Mlffl UUL
3QO OOMMUROIAIi dT,
WALK EASY SHOES
Buller Fights the Boers at Almond's Nek and Takes a
Position With BayonetCasualties Less
53.00 a pair, same grade as
sold elsewhere at 53.50. See
our lines of Ladies' Vestin
and Kid tou shoes tan an
black, high and low cuts. We
can save you 25 to 50c a pair.
Call while the stock is com
E ARE doing a great amount of bridge
ana ciown worn, wnicn is giving me
best of satisfaction our work and
orices are what tells. Gold crowns
55.00. artificial teeth from 57.00 up.
lr Aaaoelated Preaa ta tfc Journal.
Lo.suo.v, Juno 12. Tlio war ofllco posts
tho following from Buller: "Wo forceil
Almond's nek. It is the last defile to
tho Charlcstown flats. Enemy was met
in considerable force, with several guns
in position. The brunt of tho fighting
fell upon the Second Dorsots, who car
ried the position at tho point of the
bayouot, and the third cavalry brlgado,
who were heavily attacked. Ihopoour
casualties nro less that 100."
London, June 12. Plentiful reports
mo filtering through Lourcnco Marques.
According to these, General Dowot, with
13,000 Ilurghers is marching on
Johannesburg. Tho Boors huvo retaken
Hloemfonteln, whoro President Steyn
again occupies tho presidency. Tho
British sustained n Bovcro defeat at
Ellansfontoln, and lost 750 killed nnd
wounded and 120 prisoners in a fight at
Nothing from any sources lends color
to these stories with tho exception of tho
lust, which is probably tho Doer version
of tho disaster to tho battalion of tho
Derbyshlro regiment at Itoodoval.
Juno 11th President Sloyn was at
Vredevcr, 200 miles from Hloemfonteln.
A dispatch from I.itchtcnburg says
that sixty of tho Johannesburg mounted
policemen, with a Maxlu gun, sun-en-dcrd
to General Hunter.
southern extremity of tho Freo State, or
Orango River Colony, 10 miles from
Norval'a Point. It was thought that
this district had been cleared of Boors
and rebels long ago.
Tho Boors still cling to Laing's Nek,
but General Buller's forces aro still
working far around in that dlrcctl6n.
Lord Boborts has wired Capo Town
that prior to Wednesday he HboratedlSl
ofllccrfjnnd 3500 of tho rank aniI,fllo. Tho
Boors, consequently, took off only 000.
DRS. EPLEY & OLINGERj
Rooms 27 and 29,
K O. BLK.
BOER AND BRITON
IN THE TRANSVAAL
II r Aaaoclatcd Prraa la tha Journal.
1j.snoN, Juno 12. Kilty thousand
British troops aro within half a bun-
Idrod tulles of tho marauding Boors
north of Kroonstad, and they nru ex
pected, of courso, to make short work of
them. Nevertheless, outside of tho
War Olflco tolcgraws, no ono knows
what Is going on. South of Kroonstad
thero Is a wido gap. Tho railway is only
partially defondod, nnd, as General
Kelly-Kenny has hurried all tho avail
ablo troops northward, tho assumption
is that thero is danger of a second raid.
Tho loss of thoDerbyshlrcs is estimated
at from GOO to 700 men.
A Kouter dispatch from Maseru, dated
Juno 11, 8:33 p. m. says:
"Fifteen hundred Boers surrendered
to Gonoral Brabant today in tho Picks
Machododorp has been officially pro
claimed tho capital of the Transvaal,
A Lourenco Marques dUpatch says that
tho village has swelled into a small city,
tho majority of tho inhabitants living in
An official Boer telegram asserts that
the British have K-en defeated with
considerable I09S at Donkcrtport, In tho
Br Aaaoetatrtf ITmi ta tha Journal'
London, Juno 12. Tho war ofllco has
recefvod tho following from General
Kelly-Kennoy : "Uloomfonteln, Juno
12. Our troops from tho north nro nt
Honing spruit, (South of Itoodoval whero
tho Boers cut tho British lines of com
munication,) having defeated tho enemy.
They will bo at America siding tomor
row. General Knox .moves out from
Kroonstad to Intercept tho cnomy."
in futuro center of disturbances, will
bo limited to such efforts for tliq pro
tection of American interests as Uio par
ticipation by Minister Conger in tho
insistent demands niado by nil tho for-
olgn representatives upon tho Tsung 11
Yamun nnd tho Dowager Empress for
affording security to tho llfo nnd prop
erty of aliens, nnd as the landing of
armed forces and tho dispatch of gun
boats to furnish tho necessary protection
in enso of China's falluro to comply.
, 1HAIM UlIlillEU
Two Enilnes and Four Coaches Wrecked
Twenty or More Ptsseeters Injured
But None Killed.
llr Aaaoclatcd Praaa ta tha Journal.
St. I,ouis, Mo., Juno 12. A tpoclal to
tho Globe Democrat from Spoknno,
Wash., says: Meager particulars have
reached hero that tho Great Northorn
east-bound pnssongcr train was de
railed nt Summit, Mont. It is supposed
that tho accident was tho result of n
broken rail. Two engines and four
coaches nro reported to lmvo gono Into
a ditch. A ecoro or nioro passengers nro
injured but none killed.
FOR BYNUM'S PLACE
U. S. Consul Martin Asks for
MORE NATIVES ORGANIZING
INTO SECRET SOCIETIES
Polkyof Our Government will De to Enforce
Chinese Responsibility ind Act In
dependent of Other Nations.
Br Aaao!alft Trcaa ta tha Joarnal.
Washington, Juno 12. Tho following
Jias boon received nt tho stnto depart
mont: "Chin Klang, Juno 12. A largo
number of natives lmvo organized n
eccrot society, nnd nro halted hero. Tho
peoplo nro very npprohonslvo. Wo lmvo
no protection. Wo want n cruiser.
Mnrtin is tho United States consul nt
5 I S
of those Refrigeratros just arrived. You should
see them, these are not the ordinary kind. It Is
wonderful how a little difference n construction
miu TTiflkP cn vnst a difference in results. The
principal empioyea m
construction of the
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We are having a wonderful sale on these goods
and eyerybody interested should see them.
Fine oak boxes.
Itnincf. All parts mov-
able for cleaning.
Water cooler opens out
side. Perfect circula-
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HUH. ICC UUA UJJCII III M
front. Food box-open
in front. Big saving in
ice. The lowest tem
peratuie. No tainted
BUREN & HAMILTON
r Aaanelatcd I'rraa ta tha Journal.
Washi.niiton, Juno 12. MacArthur nt
Manila cables as follews: "I report tho
capture of General Ithlzon near Mexico
and Cavcstany at Alrala, both Import
ant, tho lattor is an Important lender, of
ttio Guerillas In Pingaslimn provlnco,
General Corhln attaches consldonihlo
Importance importanco to these cn-
tures. In his opinion they nro in tho
nature of surrenders nnd indicate that
tho principal loaders of tho insurrec
tion are abandoning tho cause.
ttr Aaaoelattal Pr ta tka Jonraat.
Nkw Yoiik, Juno 12. A special to tho
Herald from Washington, Bays: "Hep
roseutativo Dovrles, of California, has
been appointed on tho Board of General
Appraisers of Now York, caused by tho
falluro of thosonnto to confirm tho ap
pointment of W. D. Bynum of Indiana."
PORTO RICO PRISON
IS VERY CRITICAL
II r ' aoelntcd Traa to tha Journal.
Ham Jean, Juno 12. Five hundred
inmates of tho ponltontUry hero unit
tiled nnd refused to take breakfast, They
asserted that tho food was not (It to cat,
and tho lender struck tho warden in tho
Br Aaaoclatad I'raaa ta thm Journal
Nkw YonK, Juno 11. A special to tho
Trlbuno from Washington says:
The Intervention of thoUnitodBtntcsin
the Chinese crisis, Involving tho repre
sentations already tnndo liy Minister
Conger, together with tho action taken
by Admiral Kbtnpff, both under tho dis
cretion allowed them by tho President's
instructions, nro declared olllcially to ex
haust this govdrnmout'a resources, so
far as thoy can bo applied at tho present
Without a distinct change fu national
policy, which is regarded as most
remote, and except under gravely com
plicated international conditions affect
ing not only tho stability of tho Chi-iii-BO
Empire, but tho equilibrium of
Europe, tho olllcers of Amorlcan agen
cles at Tekin and Tion Tsin, a well as located.
Or Aaaoclated Pfaaa ta tha JonraaJ.
St. Louis. Mo Juno 12, All lines
of tho transit company aro in operation,
but only a portion of tho cars nro run
ning. On somo lines tho jwllco guards
have been dispensed with. Tho mayor's
proclamation forbidding tho uso of ex
plosives or tiro arms, nna warning tiior o
having no business in itho streets to
keep off is having a good effect.
$250,000 In Gold it Assay Office.
SKATri.K, Wn., Juno 12. Tho wasoii
opened at tho United States assay olllcu
very auspiciously, thoru being 1200,000
worth of gold dust deposited by 60 min
ers, who came down from tho North.
SLOT MACHINE ORDINANCE
Sliced by the Mayor sod Now In Full Force In
At I o'clock this afternoon Mayor
Bishop signed tho nlcklo-in-ths-slot or
ordinanco and tho samo Is now in force.
This makes tho llconso now duo nnd
payable. Thi rate Is fO per quarter and
no license will bo granted for less than
that length of time.
Tho Anson electric lighting franchise
ordinanco has nlso been signed, and Mr.
Anson has filed n bond in tho sum of
fS.OOO to guarantee tho fulfilment of his
obligations In tho contract. This bond
will no donbt bo officially nnproved by
mayor In tho near future, when opera
tions may begin for the erection of tho
plant. Mr. Anson is offered four dif
ferent sites for his establishment, all of
which ho Is considering, but has arrived
at no conclusion as to whero it will bo
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Will do well to see our lines of Shoes
before buying elsewhere. We can save
you fully 20. percent on al lines.
Our cut prices count, from the way
our business 'increases. We carry the
the right kind of goods too.
Hr Aaaorlntrd l'rraa ta tha Journal.
Washington, June 12. Tho cabinet
meeting was devoted largely to n discus
sion of tho Chinese situation. Secretary
Hay laid boforo tho cabinet dispatches
from Minister Conger, which indicate
that tho situation Ih very crltlcnl. It
was decided to stand by tho policy of
acting Independently as far as possible.
Tho OhlncBo government will bo looked
to under tho general laws of nntlous to
restore order nnd mnko reparation.
From any political schomeH in which
many powora may becomo Involved, tho
United Btntoa Is to hold nloot.
CHINESE WIN AGAIN.
Another Victory Qver the San Francisco
Doard of Health.
r Aaaoelatcd I'rvja ta tha Journal.
San Kiuncisco, Juno 12. Judge
Morrow, in tho United States Clrcut
Court, enlarged tho restraining order
now In force agulnst tho Hoard of Health
by adding a prohibition ngalust exclud
ing physicians employed by tho Chinese
from nttendlug nutopsles held after
doatli on tho bodies of tholr patients.
Attorneys representing various GIiIiiobo
Interests nppllcd to lmvo tho order en
larged. Tho motion Is In conaoiuonco of tho
act of Drs. Kellogg, Chalmers and Wil
son, employes of tho Health Hoard, who
performed an autopsy Saturday on tho
bodioH of an adult and nn Infant from
which they excluded Mrs, rillsbury nnd
nnd Hodghoud, who hnd attended tha
deceased during their Illness. Tho caso
of tho infant had been' diagnosed by
Drs. Plllsbury and Hodghcad an ieri
tonltls, mid of tho adult as heart disease.
After cutting up tho ImmIIos In eecrct,
uio Doctors nt tlio iiealtn I son n I an
nounced that tho cases wero"siiHplcIous."
Attornoy Hhortrldgo declnred that tlio
Health Hoard had committed contempt
of court, nnd threatened to have them
cited to show riuuo why they should
not bo puulshod, In order to prevent n
recurreni'0, nnd to mnko no donbt of tho
extent of tho restraining order Issued
last week, they applied to huvo It enlarged,
Makes hot breakfast-breads wholesome no
yeast germs, no alum. Makes cake, biscuit
and pastry of superior fineness, flavor and deli
cacy. Makes food that will keep moist and
sweet. Is most economical, because it is the
purest and greatest in leavening strength. In
the easy, expeditious preparation of the finer
cakes and pastries, Royal is indispensable.
Care mutt be taken to avoid Utclne powder nude
(torn alum. Such owilcra ate told cheap, because
they col but a lew cenla ir Kuml. Not onl)'
will they tll the cake, but alum li a torn
live acid, which taken In food meant Injury to healih.
ROYAL DAKINO. POWOCR CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK.
Or Aaaoelateil treaa ta thr- Journal
Wabiunoton, Juno 12. Secretary Hay
has Invited tho diplomatic roprosontn
Uvea of till American republics to meet
Wednesday to dismiss tho time and
place for holding tho next Internation
al conference of American states.
II Aaaoclateit Preaa ta the JournnL
Lima, I'eru, Juno 12. A poworful
Chilean flying squadron, of six vessels,
anchored off Africa Monday. Thoy will
reiunlu for n week and then proceed
named at tlilb session, and soruo minor
details essential to n good fair are to be
arranged. There will bo no Sunday fair
this year, nnd tho Salem fair has been
put on tho racing circuit with all tho
l'nclllo coast states. All the horses and
n groat deal of tha stock from the Cali
fornia rdnto fair will come direct to our
stnto fair, which opens two days later.
Halom Is to lmvo a special purso race,
and Portland day this, year is an assured
success, so far as it Is possible for Uie
vigilant officials who have tho matter in
charge to mnko It so.
PASSES NAYY BILL
l taanrlnlrd 1-rnaa ta
Hkui.in, Juno 12. Thu
day passid tho navy bill.
Governor Geer today named n Ixiat
matt to naslii tho health officer at As
toria, one Cosmo I'rnnclHcovttacli to sua-
coed In vacancy caused by death of Dim-
Ingo Hezwrlch. Tho npKitutoo la a litis
elan Finn, nnd his selection Is duo to
his proinluouco us a local Republican
worker among his nationality. His
name wan nil that made tho Governor
Ban Fiuscisco, Juno 12, Cash 1)5.
GiiiCA(io.,;Juno 12 July wheat in If)
minutes shot up to 74'. Clo.id TAi.
GOLD DUST FLOUR
Tho Sidney Power Co.
Salem Shoe Store
R. H. Leabo, Manager.
BRIDGE & BEACH
made for family use, ask your grocers for
It. Hran and aborts always on hand.
A- T- WALN, AGENT-
tR0REN and HAMILTON
AT SALEM, ORE
The Botanical Specialist
Makes wonderful cures when
other doctors fail. Whire a res
ident of this city. Dr. Cook
has gained a wide reputation
as a Botanical Specialist, and
cures many cases of Chronic
diseases. If you are suffering
from any chronic disease con
sult Dr. Cook. He makes no
charges for consultation.
Office 301 Liberty Street,
8TATD 1'AIII HOARD.
IMJItU a Smlon In Preparation for the Event
President W. II, Wehrung, Secretary
M. I), Wisdom, nnd Trustees Geo. L.
Keen, J. II. Settlemler, Jasper Wllklns
and George Chandler nro in tho city,
holding a threu day session of tha Stnto
They nro meeting in tho adjutant gen
eral's ofllco In tho linseu'ieut of tho state
house and will hold sessions Wednesday
and Thursday. This forenoon thoy were
out nt thu grounds nnd found nil In good
slinpo uiiuor Hupt. I. 0, Hosier. Tho
trark Is flno, nnd many horses will ho
up from Portland this week.
Home special committees nru to bo
Runs on a Sntc Near Indepeadcace al Foind
Tho Steamor Gypsy of the 0. B. A N.
Wlllnmotlo river lleotinn oua snag as
she came down tho river Monday after
noon, tearing a hole In her bottom and
sinking in ten feet of water.
Tho paasongora ami crew escaped, but
about -10 to 60 tons of freight was sub
merged, Including 100 barrels of flour
from Sidney mills consignod to the Eld
ney Flouring Mills Co. Master Hnlldor
Carson, of tho 0, H. A N. Is at the
sceno of tho wreck with the steamer
Modoc, nnd will tnako arrangements for
raising tho wreck.
When you feel rather drowsy,
And think you have the blues,
Just call around at Kills A Zlnn't
And try somo chocolate chews.
And whon tho weather is very hot,
And you cannot keep awake
You may want a refreshing drink,
Just try u cool milk shake.
ELLIS & ZINN'S'
154 State St
I COT II BUM
Affecting the full line, as to sizes,
is the greatest news
season to wheelmen.
Idic! m k Stavor Co.
F. F. CAREY, Manager.
Nerve Energy and Eyeglasses
A constant dropping wears away
stone. A slight eyestrain injures the
health because It is constant. The ttnui
which first manifests itself as 0H4W
ulM'omfort should m remedied at owe.
This wu guarantee to do with 1
Consultation free. Delay are &
Herman W. Barr,
Scientific Optician. IIS State St. Salt If.
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