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DAILY CAPITAL '' . v JOUHNAL.' SALEM, OKEGON,MOXDAr OOTOBXIC2, 1S. -4 In these times, when money matters arc close, and produce brings low prices, It behooves ccry one need In goods to look around, and learn wliere tliey can get the hanio quality of goods for the least money in other words, where tliey can get five articles for the fame money as they would get only four for at other places, the 1' 0. RACKET TERRIBLE ACCIDENT, Engineer Forgets His Orders Hence a Collision, EIGHT ARE INSTANTLYILLED. -r - offers you Hi jViluss goods in about this proportion Their stock 2 Jen's and boys' clothing ana everall: is of excel leuv juallto, at also their A vy v ms S" LZ n ys Twenty-Seven Severely Injured Some Will Die. line of boots and shoes from ladles' and children's fine to men and boys' line and coarse shoes and boots. They are all Bold at racket prices; also their under wear sor ladles, 'gents and children. Their line or gloycs, hosiery, hats and caps, rubber shoe1 and boots of all kinds, of the best make, and sold as cheap as possible. Wool yarn of all grades, and sold at racket prices. Call and save 15 to 25 per cent. RT.BARNES. HE WILLAMETTE HOTEL L ISADINGr HOTEL OF TILE CITY, Reduced rates. Management Itoeral, Electric cars leave hotel for all public builtlincrs km points of interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. a. i. Wagner, awn Mowers, "I P,-- T3.o f Machine Oils, ay Rakes, -J f,y UiW and Axle Grease. ardware, Stoves and Tinware. Jardcn Hose, !--, x-x f Bicycles.Q iwn Sprinklers, J C!3Qietil, Ur, Sundries. EXCELSIOR - STABLE- E. C, HANSEN, MANAGEfR. Pla'l li.rs- me I. Satisfaction guarantee,!. Stable back of State Insurance block on i B6 Deceived into buying anything iif the way of LOTH until you have seen our line and got our prices. We know where' of we speak-i when we say that ht $10 Black ,Clay Worsted is the cheapest suit ever offered in the city, A new line of over coats and hats just arrived and are offering them at prices that defy competition, Remember the place j.Johiison'&soD 120 STATE STREET. St. Louis, Oct. 20. Shortly before 10 o'clock yesterday morning, two' pas senger trains on the St. Louis & San Francisco railroad, going in opposite1 directions, collided nearly opposite Windsor station, 13 miles fiom this city, instantly killing eight persons and injuring a large number, three of whom will probably die. Tiro killed ate all of St. Lonis. Their names are: Adolpli Ilohl, engineer of the ac commodation train: Charles Mobine, Conrade Kuntz, O. C. JJlovlns, II. T. Hall, Barney McKenna, In charge of the refreshments. Miss Maude Mc Kenna, aged 14, his daughter; John Cartwright. Twenty-one persons were more or less injured. The collison occurred between the second section of an excursion train bound west, and the 'Frisco Valley Park accommodation. From what can be learned accident was the result of neglect of orders. The excursion train was the second section bound for St. James, Mo., 100 miles west of St.Louls,where the Mis souri Home for Aged Veterans was de dicated. The first section had gone through safely and tho second laden 4-with.'GrA?Ifcmenfthelr wrvesttnd chil dren, left St. Louis about 9 o'clock". According to J. D. Dlshman, the tele graph operator and station agent at Spring Park.lt should have stopped at that place for orders. Instead of do ing to, the second section passed by the station, and soon after met the ac commodation coming down the crude at full speed. Engineer Hohi, of the accommoda tion, was not aware the second section was on the road, and, in trying to make the switch at Kirkwood, crashed into the ill-fated train in a cut just 13 miles from theSt.Louls union station. There was only one car, a combination baggage and coach, on Engineer Hold's train, but the collison was terrific, both engines being demolished and a number of cars telescoped. The wreck age was piled high on the track, and above the sound of escaping steam could bo heard the cries of the fright ened and injured passengers. The accommodation train consisted of an engine, tender, baggage car and two coaches, in which there were only five passengers. The engine and tender were wreckod, but the other three cars; were not damaged. It Is due to the lightness of this train tltat tiioaccldent was not worse than It was. Next to the engine of the excursion train was the commissary -car, .filled with refreshments. Barney McKenna was in charge of the edibles, and with him lis 14-year-old daughter Maud Both were Instantly killed, being scalded and crushed. A number of passengers, mostly young men, were grouped around the temporary coun ter, eating and drinking. Almost all were either killed or Injured. This and the next car, in which were 70 passengers, suffered the worst damage, and most of the killed and iDJured were taken from them. Engineer Ilohl, of the accommodation, was killed, and his fireman, Frank Hasler, was badly injured. Immediately after the wreck occur red, people began to come from all directions on wheels, in buggle. and wagons and on foot, and within an hour after the accident occurred tho sands could be seen grouped around the pile of debris . . .,. . : ,.v OJ. D. Dlshman, the station agtnt nt Spring Parkr slated ton reporter; that, had the excursion train stopped at Spring ParkSor orders, as ItshtulA nave aone, tnaucntaeni. wouki nuv uctn n envy. t x i TcftnTnot sec how It occurred," sit an olllclal of the road last nigh "Hut Engineer Dryrien bccuis to ay6 entirely forgotten ubout No. t&itljo accoinmodatloti'tmln. He In jnpjgttr ' ARE USING R0TTEN tho best cngincorsorrlhc rrcidfligd thc overlooking of.thb, tRitn.juvf IcS1 IWlld ilulKnltnn t(.IVHr1 ttttll Id tlfwtlm more remarkable for the reUfclTo Defeat B.rM " Mari" CUnt HO, ts FRAUDULENT BALLOT Tho Official Ballot Is Being Tampered With, METHODS" ,- feT he was for a time its ciiglncefyVuhd therefore perfectly familiar wUjfi Its schedule, fitit the triiln couwMto have droppejjgfcompletely mit'ofi ills recollection. "Hie railed to tnko- the T siding, . and hi conductor, George Atxvood, who was taking tfekets, ahd the State, failed to notlcethe factvn English Market. London, Oct.20.--The wheatUuiur ket and the prospectB for a fatnlrip In India still attract much attention, although some of the mosj Influential newspapers do not shara.tho fueling of alarm ,-vhIch prevails In onje quarter?. ' The Mark Lane Express today, says tho rise la tho price of wheat was warranted by theiitua tton, adding: "It is not speculative. On tho contrary, a speculative bear raid Is on foot. Tho Express .urges English farmers not to rushtthcir wheat to market, but to send bop con now and Christmas the same .qlmntl tics as seht during Novehibej and December 1895, stating tbat tho American and Russian farmers are strong holders owing to bothj crops being smaller than 1895. l I 20. Wheat opened Chicago Wheat, Chicago, Oct strong and higher this morning, Intlu Biicert bv the unexnected strength dls- nlayed by Liverpool cables. Alihough tuo worms butpmems yvero iiijo uu Northwest receipts heavier than a year ago, December opened C9i70ic, as compared with Saturdays cloc 091c, sold up 711c. Later cables showed & decline at Liverpool and then reac tion set In, December declining to 691c At end first hour tho trading price had recovered to C9Ic. Bryan at His Old.College. Jacksonville, Ills., Oct. 26. Per haps the grandest demonstration ever given any one In the Chapel of tho Il linois College was accorded vTllllam Jennings Bryan this morning by the students of his Alma Mater. His ad dress, while It was a defense of tho double standard theory of flnance,waB so dlnlomatically given that no stu dent could take offense. Elevator and Contents Burned. Chicago, Oct. 20. The Pacific ele rator,at nines strcet.and on the north branch of Chicago river, burned this afternoon. Over a 'million one hun dred thousand bushels of wheat were stored in the elevators. The loss will amount to a million and 'half dollars. Galveston Cotton Fire. Galveston, Oct. 20. Tito most dis astrous cotton Are In the history of Galveston occurred early yesterday resulting in the destruction of 4,400 bales, and tho warehouse in which they were stored. The origin of the fire Is not knowp. Ted Per Cent Dividend. "WAsuiNaTON, Oct. 20. Tho comp troller of the currency has declared a dividend of 10 per cent in favor of the creditors of the insolvent Baker City National bank, Baker City, Or. Pension Case Dismissed, Washington, Oct. 26. The Long Lochren pension case was dismissed by the supreme court of tho United States on the ground that the abate ment by, reason of the retirement of Judge Lochren .from the office of the commissioner of pensions. The goldbug organ is again print ing that platform for the Democratic platform whclli they know is not the true Democratic platform. OASTOZUA. CCk As the day v.t election approaches, It ls becoming apparent that a base political crime is about to be per petrated upon the voters of Marlon county. A dastardly effort Is being made to disfranchise hundreds of un suspecting voters, by Juggling with the ofllcial ballot. A severe struggle was necessary to get that ballot cor rectly prepared, as all possible pres sure was brought to bear upon tho secretary of state to prevent tho intent of tho law. That ofllcial was threatened with the power of the courts, and the possibility of being placed behind prison bars, but the threats of the gang would not work, and the ticket was correctly made up by that ofllcial. Ho sent correct copies and instructions to every county clerk In the state, which olllcers will not dare violate tho law. But now comes the Salem States man, tho organ of tho corrupt poli ticians, and presents as the "official ballot" the names of the various candidates for electors arranged, not as the secretary of state arranged the ticket, but to suit the purposes of tho combination that Is striving to defeat tho jBryan electors. Tho tlckot ns .printed by tho Statesman Is a- fraud, and voters should--'not be deceived by It. In the real olllclal ballot as prepared by tho secretary of state the group of electors arc made up In the following erder: 1. McKlnlsy electors. 2. Bryan electors. 3. Prohibition electors. 4. Palmer electors. The Statesman's fraud ticket pre sents it with the Palmer electors above tho Bryan electors, and with the Prohibition electors last. This Is done to (deceive unsuspecting Demo crats into voting for the Palmer ticket inBtend of the Bryan ticket. It is a base trick to deceive innocent voters, and get their votes away from Bryan. The Journal bellvcs in fair play, and wants every believer In the gold standard to vote for that, as a matter of principle, but It will not submit to the deception which unscrupulous politicians would foist upon the peo ple. Knocked out by tho secretary of state, they now scheme to rob the pco "pie of their rights by another and still less honorable method. Another fraud in the ballot us ar ranged by tho Statesman is placing the names ef the Prohibition candi dates upon it. As there were two sets of these candidates, Mr, Kincald omitted them, and in Justice to both factions only inserted the names of the -electors. Yet this organ of the gang has the audacity to override the, law, both by printing tho names ( Levering and Johnson, and by placing them fourth on the ticket Instead of third as they should be. SeD..FUlfoD od Silver International Agreement Is Impossible His Utterances,, Lik Banquo's Ghost, Rise to Condemn His Present Powtloh, Read What He Said in the Fall of 1894, Tho fol'owtng was published In tho Isssue pr tho Portland Sun of Octobor 26, 18&I. "Hon. aw. Fulton, of Clatsop, was yesterday in tho city In connection with his extensive legal practice. Mr. Fulton is staying nt tho Portland and it was there a reporter of tho -Sun encountered liltn and asked him to place hlmscir on record on tho silver question. Mr, Fulton, who has. always proved himself a friend of tho press although prcsssed for time, readily as sented, and In reply to the question whether he would favor the Bcrlbe with his views, said: "I certainly havo no objection. I am of the same (minion imw th,,t. i i,ou been slnco I have ghen thosubjeet special thought and attention, that It IS useless to hope for International agreement, providing forthocolnagdof sil ver, or Its adoption as. monoy metal and the sooner Independent action Id taken by this government Id tho matter, and Its mints oncned to the free and uiflrmlted coinage or silver and gold tit no greater ratio than la to 1, giving both full debt-paying power, the better It will be for our Industries and the sooner will prosperity again attend us.' " 'Ygu think, then, asked tho. reporter, 'that the restriction or silver as money, caused the present business depression?1 41 'It has been one of the causcw, though n0t tho solo cause. Tho threatened abandonment of the protective system was also largely & causo of tho present financial and Industrial stagnation, but 1 am conlldcnt that the free coinage or silver and n just and equitable system of protection to American products und industries Is n certain road to the greatest posslblo agricultural, commer cial and manufacturing prosperity. If wo consult England's wishes wo will ubandon protection and prohibit the use of silver as money, but to tho minds ot many tho fact that England opposes both Is, at least, no reason why we should refrain from either, If Indeed Itbo notnn argument to tho contrary." WHY THESE EFFORTS? Why these great efforts to attack the Bryan electoral ticket? First an Injunction is sent out to keep tho Bryan electors off tho olllclal ballot. Next the managers wnnt them divided up and separated so their Btrongth will be divided on tho count. Third ttio county clerk Is, asked to transpose tho ofllc)al ballot so as to dccolvo tho voter, j Is it not an admission that tho 7IcKlnloy managers cannot win on a fair count Gnoses andmuat, re sort to trickcryP WILLIAMS NOW AND THEN. Last- spring General Williams, of Portland, won great famo by oham plonlDg.an honest election at tho primaries, by exposing tho frauds and rottenness of the Dolph, Scott, Simon rcglmo 'at Portland. In the present nutlonal campaign we rcgrot to sco that grand record for purification of politics in tho webfoot Gehenna is dimmed by, General Wil HamB efforts to wii a victory for the samo gang which ho helped to expose In Jum. Is that consistent? ex- IUIy at Dallas. The common American people pect to hold a Bryan rally at Pallas, on Saturday, October 31. Ex-Governor Pennoyer and Elder Barkley are to bo the sneakers. A rich treat is In store for all. Every one Is Invited to come. Speaking at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Judge Crovvcll speaks at the Dallas city hall on October 24, at 7:30 p. m. Judge Crowell is an old soldier and an excellent speaker. . Mr. Boutelle may bo the modern James G. Blaine, of Maine, but ho ought to attend a political kindergar ten for a term before I'Q tries to'con wt voter8 to W what? ' - v Mr. Colvlg's Tribute to American Wom anhood. An extract from hs speech In Sa lem, Or., Thursday, October 27, '00, "Our friends, tho enemy have de scended to tho lowest grade of guerilla warfare in this campaign. The re spect no code of honor, but attack the weak and helpless, as well as those wholdaro to meet them on an open Held. "Slnco tho pioneer days of old, the Dally Oregonlan has been the great lever of public opinion. Tho great educator of Republican political thought on this Northwest coast. Its editor, Harvey Scott, has been tho leaden The general, who Iiob shaped the destiny of that party In this state. Ho Is a writer of great force and abil ity. When ho writes of those who oppose him, his pen is dipped in gall, and guided by u spirit or a demon. Neither youth, uge nor box, Is spared the venom of his nature. In this campaign he has exceeded all former efforts In his chosen field of nbuso und epithet "But a few weeks since, in an cdlto- rlal Bismarck, tho leading states n "Buncco-Stcercr," and a "Humbug." Hon. William J. Bryan, the fearless champion of tho people, was styled by this conceited egotist, Scott, by the blackguard term lof "Buncco Bill," and Mrs. Bryan, his wife, as a "coun-try-brca wire." Pardpn,mq, ladles and Rcntlemon, if for a few momenta, l! hold this slanderer ot American womanhood up to tho public gazo. In 1872 I was teaching school in Trcmonj Tuzowcll county, Illinois mo,or Mr. Scott's people, lleA. v terej-asIiis, .relatives- attewief jay, school, t think ho was" bora in that . town. I know from whence comes tho "blue," nrlatocratio blood that flows In his viens (?) God pever.made people ruoro country bred than the an cestors of Harvey Scott, and X sayjt to their credit, for ho is a degenerate 6on of a noble lino of country people Yes,tho llttlo brown-eyed wonan,who as a girl, stood by the side of Wm. J. Bryan during tho days of his scboo1 II fo that graduated with him in th University and the law school, who etood by him at the marriage altar, and in the days that havo followed has been the queen of his heart and his homoj and tho mothor of his children, is "country-bred." Ayol as country bred as the old wrinkled mother of Garllcld whom he stooped and kissed as soon as ho had taken tho oath of office as President of this great coun tryas country bred as the mother who gave a Lincoln to tho wrorld. As "country bred" as old Abo himself, who makes tho homeliest pioture on tho page of American history. Let us resent this Insult to American woman hood and do our best towards making her tho queen of tho white liouso for tho next four years, I would a thous and times rather that this ljttl "country bred wife" would bo th counselor of our next president thaa have him guided by alt tho Carnegie's, Rockefeller's, Morgan'H, (Belmont's, Harina'fl or Huntington's in America. - You Can Be Well When your nourishing blood is pure, rich and for nerves and inuck. The blood is tho vital fluid and when It Is poor and impure you must either suffer or you will fall a Ylctlm to sud den changes, exposure, or overwork, Keen vour blood nuro with Hood's Sarsuparilla and be well. lioou's ruis aro tne test auer-uin- ritti-u.sraarcK. uio leaa.ng suites-nor I)in. -ut digestion, curb Hed roan of Europe was .characterized as ache. 25 cents. Highest of all In Leaveafag Pawer. Latet U. S. Gov't Report, PnVI Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PUKE :i i , , Palsifc