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SALEM, OREGON MONDAY DECEMBER 18 1891).
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 our own
brand, the 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.ol all.
Supreme Exertion oi Great Britain
Crash Two Little Republics
VOOtlf f M STCTO
British Miscalculations of Boer
Strength Alleged as Cause
of AH Disasters Roberts
Appointed v His Son Report
ed Dead on Same Day
Supersedes Bullcr in General
Command of War v Kitch
ener His Chief of Staff "
HicksBcach May Resign Be
cause of Criticism of His
Management of War Finances
Hrltlsh commandor there, is still active
ly (mailing out his detente.
At that time tlio Hoors had offored to
exchange Lady Surah Wilson, who was
eaptured while ncllng ns a correspond-
ent for tlie London Dally Mall, for Gen
crol Viljoen, who was captured tit
Elnud's langto, hut the offer hud heen
declined. The other beleaguered garri
sons und oltlons nre still holding out.
See our Ladies' Sorosis
shoes, they are gieat, also our
Queen Quality the best $3.00
shoe in the World. Men's late
styles in Patent Leathers, Tan
and Black goods all at the low
English Hope in Roberts.
II r Aaauelntctl I'reaa In the Journal
London, Dee. 18. "Hobs" us Lord
Hobcrta of Kamhthar, in fiimiliiirly
known, li nnmo to conjure with in
Oreitt llritnin. and tlmt Hoberts nnd
Kitchener are considered thu right men
to retrieve the disastrous situation in
South Africa Is amply evidenced by tho
more cheery tone of war discussion this
In spite of the attempts of the author-
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Hies vo gloss over mu piin.'iran.iiuii ui
Huller, the fact remains that tlio now i
Appointments cannot bo regarded other-1
wise tlian as n penalty for Ids allure.
The exertion which the government
considers necessary to crush tho two
little Republics, shows that oven tho
sedate Lord Salisbury sees tlio extreme
gravity of the preioot aspect of affiiirs.
Probably the ui'iilstoM romemborod tlio
peril of a poislblo uprising of Kiilllrs,
wblpli would bo Infinitely moro serlo'is
than the rebellion of tho Dutch.
II r Aeanclnted I'reaa lu Hie JiiuruMl.
Cuuo, Dec. 1ft. Qeu. Lonl Kitchener
will start for CnpoToHii as soon as !
Lieutenant Roberts Dead.
tlr Aaauvlateil I'reaa la the Jimrnnl.
Liixmis, Dec. 18. Lieutenant Hob
erts, son of Lord Huberts, of Knudahar
and Waterford, who was wounded in tho
cniMuomcnt at Titgeln river, is dead.
The tragic cirrnmstanres of the ap
pointment of IjotA ltobertu, almost slut
ultaucously with tlio amiouiicemcut of
tho death ot his promising son, exclto
the deepest public sympathy.
Lieutenant Huberts was an only sou,
and had lieeii his father's nido-do-cninp
Moores vs Moores.
Tho supremo court today decided, tho
milt ot A, N Moores, respondent, va
Hots H., Wylie A., Ohns. II. Carroll L.,
nnd Hos K. nnd WylioA. Moores, ex
editors of tlio will of Hllen U Moores.
Tlio suit is dismissed witli each party to
pay their own oots. Plaintiff wins tho
milt, as in the ftpdety ease in tho lower
Opinion by Mooro.
A. X. Moores, respondent, vs. Hoss H.
Moores, et nl., npcltaiit9, npenl dls-mined.
Independent Order of torciitors, ic
soiideut, vs. Margaret K, Keiihcr, ct
nl., appellant, .lodgment reversed;
opinion by llcuti, .1 .
W. T. Cochran, nmiollnnt, vs. Hen
Selling, et nl., respondent. Judgment
alllrmcd; limn, .1.
Charles K. llonry, appellant, vs.
Charles II. Hand, etnl., respondents,
I Judgment re orscd i opinion by Wot or
Connrosiman Tontine of -Oroiroit
Oota a Tall-End CommlUoo
llr laanclnted I'reaa la the Journal
Wasiunotov, Dec. 18 Chairman of
various committees were nnnruncod liy
Speaker Hondoraon today. Among them
nro : Wnya and Moans, I'ayno, of New
York; Appropriations, Cannon, of till,
nolsj Hanking nnd Currency, Hroslus, ot
rennsylvnnln'TorritoricH, Knox of Jlnse
urhusettst Insular Affairs, Cooper, of
Wisconsin ; Mlnpannd Mining, Crump, of
Michigan ; Pacific Hallrondj, Powers, of
ermont; Irrigation of Arid toind,
Tonguo, ot Oregon.
Tonguo Is appointed n member of Hlv
and Harbor committee. Malcom A.
Moody of r.astcrii Oreuon is
olintrinan of Public Lands, and
on Mines nnd Mining, nnd Kxitcndi
turoef Interior Department. This is a
liberal recognition of Oregon and highly
satisfactory to tho representatives.
The Drown Hardware Stock.
Ann llros.,of Sllverton, thu gentle
men who Iwught tho .1. C. Hrovvn slock
of hardware, are ipiletly conducting tho
bu-liioM! at tho old stand. They rM s e
lie served In Wnirlitln and how. trade 0)0n8 out in tho net f.-
GOLD STANDARD BILL
Passed Lower House oi Congres Bj.
oi Democratic Votes
Two Important Failures Arc Announced Trtwt Ctmfmy
Goes Under For Over Eight Mltlioosv ItfHa Ww (
Paper Assets -v Other Fnancial News of the Daty
ny AaaocUlcd Trta In the JonrauL
Nnw Yonic, Doc. 18. Tho suspension
ot Henry Allen A Co., bankow and
brokers, Is announced,
Nrw Yowfc. Dec. 18. Tho Produce
Kxchango Truit Company hai closed
in tho Chitral nnd 'ilo oxpeilitions.
Such was his display of gallantry on
Friday In an attempt to rescue tlio guns
that ho was recoui mended for the Vic
llr Aaanrlnlril Prraa o the Jimrnnl
Stkiikhtiiom, Dee. 18. As'a result of
tho Hritlsh rovorso, tho whole country
northward is in rebellion. Tho uativui
there, as well as those lu Hasutolnud.
aro said to bo much dlsturlicd and losing
heart resisting tho strength of the
Cafm Down, IHo. 14. Secret moatlnga
of Hoer syinpathlrers continue to Ih
held in various nnrU of Ooimi Cfllony,
and tho attitude of tho Dutch (impure Is
weeks, and will then deoldowh'tlir to
replenish the stock and coullnuo tlio
busliiiws hero or not.
Preparing for a Big Gathering At Sc
W. J. Cunningham, tho Max expcil, is
in this city.
Mrs. W. K. Smith went to Hiowni
vllle Unlay to attend her mother, Mrs.
C. 0. SHrry, who Is reported (pilto III.
Aroug tlm passengers on tho Catlfpr
n' t Lxpross today was, Mrs. Henry Haas
1 1 v'-lt her ditugliter, Miss Ida llnss, at
Miss U'ulz, ot WwHlstock, n former
pupil of thu Deaf Muto school, nrrlveil
hero today and takes a position in that
Institution as email boys' auiervlsor.
On Work is Richt
X And Prices are Right
We can gvc you any kind
of Dental work known to
the profession at.our office,
Eplev & Olinger.
Rooms 27 and 29 P. 0. Ulk.
Roberts Succetls Uuller,
liv Aaaaelatctt I'reaa to the Jnurunl
Isuos. Dec. 18. Shortly before mid
night tho following notice was posted at
"As tho campaign in Natal, in the
opinion of her majesty' government, is
likely to reijulro tlio presence and undi
vided attention of Oonoral Sir ICedvem
Huller, it has lieendeclded to rend llaron
Roberts, of Kandahar and Waterford,
as commander-in-chief in South Africa,
witli Lord Kitchener as chief of staff.
CJmcre Has Moved Troops,
llr Aaauelnled I'reaa to the Jnurunl.
Minimis, Dec. 18. Tho war olllco has
received u dlsimtch, dated Dei-emlwr 17,
(mm (limiTiil I'lirnnlllT.W'lllkur. lit Ctl I K!
" 1 Town :
1 "M..llmim reiHirts that Lieutenant
Chnndes Polo was taken prisoner last
Thursday when going to meet nllugol
truco. Ho was waving Ids handkerchief
In response, and was unarmed.
' " ' '"'"
Ketircd In Good Order.
llr ta.oclnled I'reaa In the Jour net
I)Dov, Dee, 18, 4:15 a. m. Lieiiton-ant-(icueral
Sir Charles Warren, com
manding tlio fifth division of tho lint
army corps, ban arrived at Capo Town.
It is understood that ho will proceed to
No further news has bum received
regarding tlio battlo ut tlie Tugoln river.
Tho latest nccounta regarding the kittle
at Mugersfonteln show that thu mllrct
ment of tho Hrltlsh troops wns executed
slth tbogrouteet coolness and onler,
under a hcayy Hoer artillery flro, on
Tuertlay. Mafeklng was safe on Dec
tmilwrlO, aud.Colonel Haden-Powell, Hit
URBN . &
FURNITURE HOUSE. JL
YarHhlll County UopgroW era Bend
erjales to tlie Salem meetmc
Did as Crimea or India.
Ill Aaaurlnted I'reaa In the Journal
London, Dee. 18. The TtintM, onni-
mentlngou tho situation, miys:
"Ne-ither tho OrlniMii war nor the
Indian mutiny gave rise lo greater dan
gers to tno empire inaii unit who
which wo aro now menaced, nor nt
either of those critical periods was
( I rent Britain ho Isolated pnlllleolly or
regardisl with such dislike and suspic
ion as are now almost vrywlwrt -pirmit.
DnlwHi tho oalmnwH which lnipree
tho lorelgn ohservar procewls only from
apathy or u want of Hillluiont Imagina
tion to rellxt) tho immlueut daiigar to
the whole fabric of our umpire, th grant
offorts .now urgently required will
surely lw made lwfnrn It Is tuu hUti to rtc
lleve the situation.
Wo are lighting not nittrtdy for au
premacy in South Afrlan but fur our
IKisltiou as n giwl poHitr. Wis know w
haitimlecalciilatwl tlt trHtgth of our
foe, and wo are ralml Ui maU that
The lllwral orMnii foftwdiajlow a er
I his reckoning fur tle KovwrnnMit wbH
the tint voiium.
'Hie Daily Cliraiiiet liliitatlwt (ietieral
Sir William Ilutlw, wlw wiu rwalltnl
frouitlifOai'oomninflii'l Im-oui f hfa
JkMtr ayifliaUilw, UHaxUg", dil lh
jornment that tlw pro-eiiti.-n t Mr
ChamUiUiii'. p Uy ! mik-l.eaiy
rtilnforttmiwila for tin-' ai 'i"i'r;oi'
The Daily New suya
"Thegowrniiient'sdii ii i either
a count il u( paiti. ..rtl.f " f" ''
niter unseal u'a'i
Tliwu will Iw n big hopgrower'a con
vention at Heed's opera house Tiiosdny.
it will tw rolled to onlur by Prmldunt
Jomw on thearrlvul of theeleveu oVlock
Yamhill loins In.
A lame and enthusiastic meeting ol
Hie borrowers of this vicinity was held
at MoMlnnvlllo Saturday, rrcslilent M.
L..rouw. of thu Oregon llopgrowers
.trsoOtallon, was pri'siuit and explained
In detail the plans for handling tlie Ur
ugoii crop. The method of iooliiig mid
the manner In which the crop will he
A full discussion win had and a oom
nlotft uniltirrtaniling of tho methoils ar-
rlvmlat. Theeonaliwloii was that thu
plan as proposed by thostulo association
waa tho bust that had been ilovlseil, mill
by a rising tuto it was iinniilmoiisly
adoptatl ; ami all proMiit agntxl to
tliair how In to tho nH'latiou.
After thla was done, n looal mooting
wns liuld. at which P. P. Olds, of l-nfsy
otto, prtwldatt, and dtlagutoa wore tJeet-
t.l to attend tho inasa meeting tow
iiut.l nl Hnlwiii Tiiuwlnv. tirouers wero
iirusunt from Nwlsrv. Dundee, Day
ton. Ufwyetle. Ooulton, North Yamhill,
Whitasou, Amity, as wW m irwui
eotiuty about lhhi I10"'
TUN I'M4M1NAM TI'SHlltAV.
At tho Satom coeiwutton, mi Tuwslay,
Mrf. Iltnisa will ". MU'0urtr will
reeltM, awl Tflrmm foul, Pre-kleot
,om and (otirtwr Oaer will nmk.
sliort cha. Hon. II. W. t'orbelt.
Of Portland. Jwabtitiit giv.-H anurgenl
iHvitaUoii to prtMil.
Tlwhankoni nllHiiiieM.'iiu f H"-
wllny will m wall n-prMeeuted at IIh
UMwUug TmwUy. The inat trltUal
time has eom In !' a'" ot tlw l"i"
grnwora aaeta-lati"" ''' '',rl, cltl.eii
wlio ha tl.o wlfai-"! a lHri
ahiHild att"il tl n.-tii..i TuMla-
iiHd ii!oarag tin- " i
Tho Idea hasgoiiooutthalnolnvenlnry
of tlie asylum proorty wIIIIm taken
when the Institution is turned over to
Dr. Calbrcath. lu the pant an elab
orate inventory has Imyii taken nt con
siderable expense. This will 1m avoided
if ixwllilo, and vol protect tho state. It
will probably bo as dllllcolt to avoid nil
friction in the transfer as It wns four
Our. Gear has grown tired of waiting
for that hroiuo cannon from Manila
and lias decided to collect enough bronro
rellcs from tlio Philippines brought homo
by tho volunteers to make modnU tor
tlw Oregon regiment. The contract will
bo let to a Portland linn and tho medal
w III soon Ihj ready for delivery.
llr Aaaoehitetl FrcM
PoiuuNi), Due. 18. Frank McaW.ri
wns found guilty ot manslnuhtor iif h
Jury bcfoio which ho waa tried for Up
murder ot Clara Fitch. Tho VcnMei wS
accompanied by a TOWBimwrtaaJtas,
signed by every member ol lh jwy
that the ncCusod bo given the exlimu.
A statement Issued by the Vroduco 17" "','?., "' '
1..-.1 n .. n. ..t. f " i"w"it.
an 7in non iini.iliuos of is.llH.oou. Ihojury went out at 10 o'clock
.. ... - , . urday nlglit, nnd camo In trt 6'i
Money Market High. .
llr Aaaorlatcd I'reaa In the Journal.
Nkw Yoiiic, Dic. 18. Call money on
clock exchange this afternoon nro high
na hundred orcent.
'IHust Stocks Tumble.
Ur Aaauelaltd I'reaa In the .Inuraal.
Nkw Yoiik, Dec. 1H. In tho stock
market this morning when tho an
nouncement wa made of tho suspension
of the Trust Company Intensified by tlio
failure of a board member, liquidation
followed in trcniondoua volume, high
priced ' stock betng thrown oor re
gardless of price.
Oold Standard Bill.
llr Aaanelaltd I'ltn la tna Journal.
Wasaisutm", Dec. 18. Currency btl
has passed tlm houso by UK) to lftO, Clay
ton. Drlggs, Flttgernld, Hupiort, Send
der, and Wilson of New York, Thayer u(
Massachusetts nnd Denny of Maryland,
Democrats, voted fur tho hill.
Sunday evening, TheykAd tohati'M
ballots, and two members IhM aaa-,,
murder In the first, ikgraa to Mat
On this first ballot fix stood for ttriMM
two for ncciiulttal, On - a tatst; baltii
seven stood for murder In tho Ar V
During tho courto of the bH4iig
llioro were many chanfes otvotm, bt
two Jurors etood out stu jboraly for as
der In thu first degree, and H w otaly
when it waa teen that Mtefr cosarM
must- retiiU In a diaagrecKwirt (hat thajr
cousonnM to rliange their votes.
Mrs. H. H. Hlnaott, ot The ..Dalles, U
vlilling hr mother Mr. tlcrtrmsV
Ixiwnntlfllo. nnd will remain until after
tho holiday ronton.
Chief of Police D. W. Ulbiou last
evening received a telegram from 0r
gou City announcing tho death, at 2 p.
in. Sunday, ot Florence Daniels, tho II-
vear old sister of Mrs. Gibson, Tlie
young lady has boon 111 for about two
wcoks. and Mrs. Gibson wont down to
tho family homo, about two mile from
Oregon City, last Tuesday in answer to
a telegram. The (mitral will Uke place)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SPECIAL PRICES ON CHRIST
Phono S7H4. ID4 StAta Bt.
Wonl ha been received from Col.
Olmstead and Will Goodalo, who hav;
been exploring tlio uper reaches ol the
rpglug Willamette. They will arrive nl
Corvalllt by sinsll Ixwt from Ifarrlsburg
tomorrow night. There they will lea
mot by loyd Hamilton with his row
boat, and tho current of tho river la ex
tcted In eventually bring I hem to Salem.
ihuition anti Uiak down fotlowl Or.y
fievaot It Ur using Ct. itllu' Manlaa.
Sick h4ach. F-i tomm'xfr
fsHtwtll, aprtr)M pr, btvtla
arit. tanaiM eoaMd. It'i yaajr
Hrl Avrra P1IU an Utr nilaK
ttty an1 aalc. Thay cur Jifayj
l,MHWa. ate AHDnaWia,.
Want ttar atriiaaacia jg Ml a f&SUBf
BtratAlrWrTffrTl w Ilk lalawaMa
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8AM FauxctKO, Dee, 18, Ch MM
Rings and other
j. -v Tilings war
em!!& ran,cd for 3
&&&0r years (or la
dies " 16 cents,
J y Cr III, Ill1llli.ini
Men's Rings 2C
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our Holiday Itnw.
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High Back,. Cane beat r49c
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Iron, Beds-Aany Styks.
Dressing Tables S7.50
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