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ASSOCIATES F&&SS DALtVY.
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SALEM, OKEGOX, MONDAY. DECEMBER 28, 181)5.
Road Machinery and
N. W Comer State and Liberty streets,
r- i ;
Goods and Lowest Trices.
Have Formed a Gold
IV U I IILTIVI 'II lllll'l' 1 li
i', ni'.iint my
Cleveland and Mr. Reed
TO REPLENISH THE GOLD RESEBVE
No Mnro IIoiuls Will lie Soltl Tlian
New 1'ork, Dee. 23. Tho stock
market this ruorulng opouod lu good
toue, with apooulutlnn very bru-k.
Tlieio was good buying, In which
foreign houses were prominent. Nearly
all active lists iada rapid advance.
Home reullzlui talis caused u rotro
grado movement and declines wire
recorded from J to 2 pec cent. The
uiurkut however, wua fulrly steady,
uud tlioro wcro no ludlcuttous of n
WORBT 13 OVEU.
Boston, Dee. 23. There was ft tint
nblo reuctlou from tho puulcky condi
tion of lust week's murkul ut tho open
ing this morning. It lu believed thut
tho worst is over.
ANOTHER UOND ISSUK.
New York, Dec, 23. A special to the
Hern Id from Washington sayt:
At a coufcreuco of tho cabinet oMccrs
with President Cleveland It whs de
elded to issuo bondB ut ouco to repleti
lab tho gold rotervo. Membeis of the
cabinet who are iu tho city were sum
moucd to tho whito house, and the
prcsldont wont over the Bttuutlou with
them. It was decided thut Secretary
Curlisle should a ouco prepare for
auothcr bond issue. Tho udmlnlstra
tloa was lu consultation with somn of
the members of the lute Belmont
Morgan syndicate, but it could not be
learned lust night whether the new
bondB aro to be taken by the syndicate
or whether tho proposals tuo to be
usked for by tho secretary of the treas
ury. The amount of the Issuo It Is
said, will bo enough to rulao tho gold
reBerve above $100,000,000, although It
Is not Intended to sell uny wore bonds
than seems absolutely necessary, be
causo it is believed the present Hurry
will soon paaa over in view of the be
lief in tho peaceful settlement of the
WHAT WILL C0NORE88 DO?
Wasuiooton, Dec. 2.1 This prom
ises to be an uneventful week in the
house. Before adjournment is reached
next Baturday, the Republican leaders
Intend tbat n bill shall havo have been
sent to the senate, In reapouso to the
demand of tho president's message
of Friday, for some means f relieving
tho treasury situation and protecting
the gold reserve. The Republicans
determined to act promptly as soon as
tbo message was sent in, and all idea
of taking a recess for the holldu)s was
abandoned In the face of the rituutlou
The general outline of a measure was
practically agreed upon, but the details
havo not been completed. Tho aentl.
ment was unanimous that no gold
bonds should be authorized, but that a
bill on the lines of Reed's amendment
oflaatyear should be drawn up, and
with tbat should be completed some
tarlfl changes for the purpose of raking
additional revenue. Tne Republicans
took the stand that tin menace of the
gold reserve was caise I, primarily, by
the lark of revenue to meet the ex
penses of the government, aud that is
still their proposition.
The details of the tarlfl changes will
furnlth tbo most difficult task In fram
ing the bill. There Is practical unan
imity of sentiment, eo far as osn be
learned, among the Republican mem
bers of the committee, for a duty on
wool and compensating duties on
woolens. The Western members want
the duty on wool to Le at 8 cents per
A TARIFF AND IJOND HILL
Washington, Dec . The ways
and means commlttro of t ho house
met today to Uko formal eteps to
ward preparation of n revenue bill.
Thirteen member were ures.out. 1 1
was the cense of tho committee tbat It
was expedient for tho two (iouth tn
adjourn for a holiday rcccs If. la
understood to be tho pwuramnio of tho
leaner to present, u oiii i me, mil
committee the day after tMirlt-ttum and
peruaps brum it tiernre llu linine the
sauio day. For this purpose the Re
publicans committee will co luto con
ference atoupf. Tho hill will en mimic
a tarlfl' advance for reveuudund a bond
bill along the Much of the on? Intro
duced by Rnecl lu the Ittt cbngress.
MONEY 13 Hiait.
New Yohk, Dee. 23 Wall street
money has ruuged betwteu Onud 25
percent on actual transactions, but
one lime It was 35 per cent, with no
business). Tbo rate at noon wa 20 per
ctiuU At 12:50 a louu or $200,000 was
20 per cent. Loans hivo been umde
on dlvlneii'l, paying stock at A cr
WILL ISSUR IIONDS.
Washington, Dee. 23. (-It can be
stated on auth rlty that the rumor that
the president had decided to unuotinco
another boud Issuo at ouco Is without
foundation. Thero seems to be, how
ever, no reasonable doubt that should
heavy gold jhlpmeiiU tn rcaunied and
congress rail to puss any romerilal lecls
Intlon, the president would frsuo tiondt
to any amount the situation might
TUB NKW YORK HANKKRs ACT.
Nkw York, Dee, 23. Tlfu clearlm;
hoiifio committee of the New York
associated bunks, met lant night and
decided to recommend ttie loeuuuco of
clearlm: bonce certlfluites. ALother
meeting will be held today to urrunge
the details. i
KA1BISU IN I.ONEOM
T.n-JnnM. I)in. JlAt 1 ii'illnrlt ihl
nficrimon thero w!m) exotoinnnt In I
thelstock exoliuUKC, but the market
was unsettled, 'f "
DI8TURIIINO Vuil PINASUR8.
London, Dec. 23. The afternoon
papers today are comiuontluir, editor
ially, at length on the Vent r.iiolan
matter, but their remarks nrn on the
financial (rather thuu the political
COURT HOUJiE NEWS.
Frank W. Wuteri, Hdmlulstrntor of
W. It. II. Waters, deceased, filed his
tiuul account, showing totul receipts of
(330, disbursements f 3 12.25 Tho report
Is ullowod uud uauflued and ho wus
S. T. Ilobnrt wus appointed Admluls
tratorof the istato of Henry Otjsu,
who died about October 3, 1891, leaving
THK 1IIO COUNTY.
Judgo Northup, Hherlfl' Bears aud
others uppeured before the board of
tquallzatlun today uud had n hearing
fur Multnomah county. Tho board
has not yet done uny equalising.
ALL OF I'dHTLAM).
Tho Ahum Smith Produci Co., the
Beusou Logging uud Lumbering (Jo.
uud the Demuciutlu liquor Co., filed
uitlclcs of Incorporation today.
In tho Circuit Court.
Hearing of testimony In the Wil
liams bauk failure was concluded before
Judgo lieu lit Baturday night. Hie
petitioners hnvo for filing their brief
with tho court, (en days. Tho bo mo
amount of tlmo will be extended tho
receivers' counsel to mako answer aud
fur a reply five days will bo ullowcd.
Mary Paytou, of this city, Is otio of
creditors of tho Williams & England
Banking cempauy, having had (400
deposited therein at tho tlmo of the
In tho case of K. P. McCornack,
trustee, vs. tho Bulem Consolidated
Street Ruilway company, in whluh u
receiver was appointed for fho corpora,
tlun, Judgo Hewitt rendered a decree
for want of an answer. Ills a docu
ment coverlug ,, several typewritten
Tne caso of Scott Rozorth vs. Paul J.
G, Klcpplu, relutive to tho payment of
a certain promlsory note, was heard
by Judge Hewitt.
John Eitino Buried, Funeral
services over tho remains John Kit
lug, who was drowned in Booth Mill
Creek were held In the Catholic church
ut 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, con
ducted by Rev. J. B. White. The
remains were interred lu the Cuhnllo
cemetery outu of the city,
A Faop Not Dknikd. When we
say wo are feeding more people every
day it Is a fact not to be disputed.
Huuday was u big day with us, but
Xiuos wilt bo a bigger day, Bring
our family with you uud (uke Xuius
dinner with us. ICenworthy & George.
All Day Mekhno.- There has
been an all day meeting of tbn Salem
W. O. T. U. at their headquarters la
uouor of Crusade day. Lunch was
served at noon uud this evening the
ceuuty president, Mrs, Robb, will
speak on the origin of tho Crusade
work. All are Invited..
Work Bkoun The Salem Woolen
Mill jviriinfinv linn n nmu if irvi.filian
Irs at work constructing outsldn build -
Ings torn dry house, the ploker room
and thodyp house. Mr. Kay evidently
does not Intend to Ipso a moment of
valuablo time in getting tho new mill
oo running oror,
PUUKB-At Do'ty's Market,
TURKS R MIBMS
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THE SPANIARDS WIN A BATTLE.
MobLnw 8 Rampant in.ritlladel
Bkrlin, Dee. 23. Tho Frankfort
Zeltung publishes a dispatch from
Constantinople saying thut there has
been tierce fighting at Z-dtcuu,letwcpn
the Turkish troop who surrounded
that city, aud the Insurgent Arimm.
Inns, who Defended. Both sides aro
said to havo sultrcd frightfully.' The
TurltB were 10,000 strong und had 24
pieces of artillery. The Armenians
numbered 15,000 but had no artillery.
Madrid, Dee. 23. A dispatch from
Colon, Province Moutaxis, Cuba,
confirms the report that tho Spanish
troops routed 4000 lusurgents on the
Calmeru river. A hundred of the
enemy waa killed.
Shotm a Mob.
I'lULADKU'ltlA, Dee. 23. Win. II.
Matthews aud Samuel C Urosi!ey, two
motormeu, who were In u mob of
strlko sympathizer!, weroshot, tho
lattor probably fatally, by a policeman
on n car st Seventeenth aud Glrard
THK l'OMCK 1'IllK.
PHILADKLiMtlA, Pa., Dee, 28 tfter
repented warn in go to the crowd to dls.
porse, the policemen begun llrurg. Only
a fuw shots were ueoesnary to soud the
molt scatteriug in every direction. It
Is alleged thut fully 6,000 people aro lu
tho orowd, Half u dozen oars were
wreaked. RIoih of a less serious nature
occured lu five other places. Numerous
arrests wero made. Tho oompauy aro
runklug moro curs today than at any
tlmu sluco tho Btriko began. Tho
The strikers' committee today adopted
resolutions aBklug John Wunamaker to
net as arnlirutor In tho street oar
trouble. Wuuumaker accepted.
M. E. Baiter, respondent, yh State
Insurance Co,, uppelluut; ordered that
uppollaut have until Jan. 10, Jbl)0, to
servo and tile his brief herein,
Henry Broiler, respondent vs, J. C.
Bohutinnu et ul, nppullunls; motion to
dismiss uppeal overruled,
J. R. Smith et al. icspoudents vs.
M. W. Wllklns, et ul, nppollants;
motion to dismiss appeal overruled,
Wm. Shulso, uppelluut, vs, O. C.
Harmon motion to dismiss uppeal over
C. aud E. Thayer respondents, vs.
the Nehaleui Mill Cc, et al,sppelluntsj
motion to dismiss appeal overruled.
C, J. Bobuycr. respondents vs. Tur
per Flourlug Mill Co., appellant;
appeal from Marlon county-argued
aud submitted. D'Aroy & Bingham,
attorneys for respondent Tiltuon
Ford, attornoy for appellant,
F. F. Oiboru, appellant, vs Charles
Bogus, el al,, apiwal from Multnomah
county ; Judgmout ro versed and decree
entered for appellant. Oplulou by
Wolverlou, J. Mr. Justice Mooro dls
seutlng. B, C. Nlckllu, respondent, vb. W. IS.
Robertson, et al., appellant, appeal
from Multnomah county. The decree
appealed (mm reversed uud tho motion
to correct tho original decree overruled.
Oplolou by Moore, J,
P. L. Willis, ujpellant, vs. Al. B.
Holmerf aud G. A. Smith, gruishe re
spondentc.apptal from Douglas county;
Judgment of the court below reversed
uud a new trial ordered, Opinion by
Beau, C. J.
W. R. Willis, uppelllaut, vs. M. B.
Holmes and G, A. Suulh, garnishee
respondents, uppeal from Dougras
county; Judgment reversed und a new
trial ordered. Opinion by Beau, C. J,
W. R. Willis, administrator, appell
ant, vs F. W. Holme, respondent,
appeal from Djuglas county; Judgment
ulllrmed, Opinion by Bean, C. J,
B. F. Egau, appellant, vs. Oakland
Home Iunuranue company, respondent;
Judgment of the lower court ufllrmed,
Oplulou by Bean, C. J. Mr. Justice
Wolvcrton withholds his oplolou lu
this case being psrsonally Interested iu
a similar case now pending.
Mittto of Oregon ex. rel, C, M, Tdle
man attorney irenurul. nl&lnilfl. vu i
1 J' Iiaauoa defendant; defendant's do
n ( r...HB...t .,
imurrersurtulned. Oplulou percurram,
GUH.SE-At Doty's Maraet.
flljrfiai U u.i t.s ttiiiiii'
strength--u. w jv, jninuu. sps. .
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
' T "" iWllBMll III 1 -
Tho Eugene will be dowu from Cor
valils tonight and will leave for Port
laud at 0 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Owluir to tho rushing business on tho
river, tho O. C. T. compauy'a boats art
hj'pt lu operatlou every day of the
Week, Sunday included.
The Willamette registered 11 feet
above low water mark this morning.
Tho highest stago yet attained by tho
river this winter was 1' J feet.
The O. 11. & N. Co's. tteumor, Gypsy
bus been niakum regular trips between
llarrlaburg uud Corvallla tho past two
weeks, but left the former city Sun
day morning for K'lgene, tho head of
natation on tho Willamette.
BUumer Klmnor left for Pottlaud at
0 o'clock th'a morning with a good load
of freight aud a very good passenger
list. Among the passenger list were a
number of O. A. C. students, of Cor
valhs, who were bound for their homrs
at lower river points.
Tho Mi tie Alice A. owned and
opi rated by Mr. Savage, of Indopeu
ponce, makes dully trips between Salem
uud Independence. Although still a
very small craft, the Allco A. Is some
largor thuu sho was lust season, having
been entirely overhauled and enlarged.
Tho Allona went to Portland Buu
duy morning aud will return this
evening, leaving for tho metropolis at
7:15 u, in. Tuosduy morulnt, Heavll
loaded with freight uud numerous
passengers, the lUmuna lauded at hoi
dock lu Balem lust uveulug. She re
turned from Independence this morn
ing uud left for the metropolis at 7:45
n. m. with an unusual large pastougei
Steamer Hoag Is Bomowhere on the
Upper Willamette, but It expected to
reach Salem thlaeveulog or tomorrow
morning on hor way to Portland,
Until tho Beutley lias been repaired,
tbo O. C, & E. company will not
adopt a nolHtiloof any kind but will
oporuto the Hoag to tho best of udvaut
aue, ut preaeut they land at tho O. C.
T. company's douli. Wliun tho Beut
ley la placed upon tho river In con
junction with the Hoag, tho merchants
of Salem may bo aiiured of au oxcel-li-nt
freight service botweou Salem aud
Portland aud upper river points, A, J.
Churchill conduct, this company's
buslne89 lu Bnlem.
The Cluistiufu rush is ut its
lushest. "Saturday waa a real
Christmas day. Now for
Two Busy Days
Coino in tho forenoon if you
Yon will surely find sorao-
thing'suitablo in tho handker-
D.tinty patterns in. Swiss
or linen, plain and ombn idor
iedf to suit tho most particular.
2c to $2 each
What hotter present could
you botow than a pair of thoso
Into novelties with contrasting
hooka and s itches? Every put.
Every glauco at this depart
ment is reworded by u gift
J. J. DALRYIYIPLE & CO.
aarStoro open evenings until oft.r ho'.Uayp,
Con Kelllher Arrested.
Some months ego a larceny by bailee
was committed in Balem by Cob
ivolllher, a notorious crook who umi
Just becu secured at Portland hv Chlel
of Police Dllley. The lust of the Kelfi
hor's, James, the younger bou of an
entirely disreputable family, was locked
up In the central pollco station ut Port-
laud Suntlay charged with larceny,
some months ago.
Two wcokii ago, tho Kelllher family, '
excepting James, who waa In Ban
Francisco, and his brother John, who
Is doing tlmo at Salem, wero arrested
for burglary and recelvlugslo!eu goods.
Con Kelllher is now under iudlctiuebt
here, awaiting trial on three charges of'
burglary. Aunte Chase, his sV.er, to
under arrest, but confined ul the hospi
tal, where she is slowly dying with
consumption, and the elder Kelllher,
his wife and a younger daughter, art)
in Jill at Vancouver, charged as ae
complices lu the burglary of a Btnre la
that town. James Kelllher, hearing of
the bad llurs lu which his family had
fallou, came to Portluud on Saturday
from San Francisco. Ho must have
forgottou tbat he was also wanted; but,
Whother liedld or not, his Intcrestlu
fumlly aOalrs was sutllclent to bring
nlm bore, aud the moment he lauded
lu Portlaud, he was under thu survcll
luuce of the deotlvcs. Yesterday morn
lug he visited bl.felck sister at Good
dumarltan hospital, uud from thero ho
weutover to Vancouver to visit his
parents In Jail. Every movement on
uls part was closely watched, uud.long
before ho reached Vancouver, Shunt!
Miller was apptUed of his coming, and
promptly soul word bauk when young
Kelllher started on his return to Port
laud. On the arrival of the car from
Vaucouver Detectives Dj.y and GrlrrU
were on hand to receive him, aud,
when taken to the central station,
Kelllher waB not a little surprised at
the turn allalrs hud taken, lie hi
wonted for robbery at Salem, and a
warrant has been out for his appre
heuslon for some time. Ho was turned
oyer to Chief of Pollco Dilley aud
brought to Salem txluy wher'u he will
answer to several charges of robbery.
Holldav slimier uud shoes sensible 'Lt
presents at Kruuse Bros.
A largo yaribty of tli9 latest 3
Some vory rich designs
Look thorn over.
-A wido rango of stylos and
piicoa. Some vory Jfino 01103,
packed in individtnl boxes
$1 per pair .4
in fino kid or colt skin. Also
undressed Mocha9 walking
s icks. Richly mounted with
in endless variety of sizes and
designs. Soo tho 82x32 in ono3.
New link buttons, cravat "T
jiins, emblem pics, studs, etc. $p