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THE DALLES, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 13, 1896
COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 13, 1896,
We will inaugurate one of the
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St. Louis Populists Opposed
to Indorsing Bryan.
SAY THERE MAY BE A HARD FIGHT
Henry Watterson Repudiates the Iem
. ocratlc Platform and Calls Its
Candidate a Hothead.
St. Louis, July 12. The impression
seems to be strong among local Populists
that if the Democratic ticket named at
Chicago is indorsed by the Populist na
tional convention on the 22nd inst., . It
will only be after a bard fight.
"Teller is still our man," said a well-
known Populist, and a silver party man,
"and watch what I tell you; we will
nominate him. We figure it is best for
I the silver cause to nominate Teller.
He can can carry the silver Republican
states and can secure more electoral votes
than Bryan. Bryan will carry the silver
Democratic states, and between Teller
and Bryan we count on securing enough
electoral voteB to prevent McKinley's
election. If this can be done, the elec
toral votes for silver will hold together,
and will select Teller or Bryan for presi
dent. . This is the latest plan of the Populists."
BLAND DOBS NOT WANT IT.
want to be governor, preferring to con
tinue his fight in congress for the people
of the entire country. He said tonight
that he would not be a candidate for
governor ; that he did not want the
nomination, and under no circumstances
would he enter th e gubernatorial race.
He made this statement in the most
positive and emphatic manner, leaving
no doubt that he meant it, and fur
ther efforts on the part of his friends to
induce him to become a candidate for
governor would be useless.
In this connection, Bland said he was
a candidate for congress In this, his old
district. He desires to go back to con
gress to make the fight for tree silver in
the house. '
FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT.
Declines to Be a Candidate for Gov
Lebanon, Mo., July "12. In their dis
appointment over the defeat of Bland
for the presidential nomination, many
Missouri Democrats have turned to
Bland to lead the party in' Missouri this
fall as the candidate for governor. He
has received many telegrams and letters
the past few days urging him to be a
These earnest requests - and solicita
tion! have Lot moved bint,' and will not
change bis course. . He made up his
! mind several yean ago, that he did not
Kicnrsion Collides With a Fast Freight
on the Northwestern.
Logan, la., July 11. A. terrible bead
end collision occnred here this evening
on the Chicago and Northwestern rail
road. The Union Pacific pioneer ex
cursion train bad just pulled out to re
turn to Omaha, when No. 38, a fast
freight, came around a sharp curve, and
before either train could stop crashed
together. -Twenty-seven people were
killed outright and forty or more seri
ously injured. The following are dead
and have been identified : ' '
Wm. Wilson and daughter, Council
Bluffs, la. '
Engineer Peterson, Council Bluffs. .
Patrick Scully, Omaha.
J. C. Cosgrove, Omaha.
J. Clarke, Omaha.
Charles Herman, Missouri Valley.
Walter Jennings, Miesouri Valley.
P. J. Carroll, Omaha.- ,' -'
Mrs. P. J. Carroll and three children.
The ininred as far as known are : Jack
Taylor, Council Bluffs : Mrs. Scully,
Omaha;' John McKenna, Omaha; Leon
ard Mack, Omaha; Michael Shannon,
Omaha; Henry. Conrad, Dayton,, O. ;
James Fitzgibbons, 'Missouri Valley;
William Summit Neilson, Omaha ; J. H,
Three unknown dead are still in the
wreck.- ? ' ' - . ' L - ..
Now is the time to 'get your photo
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Henrjr Wattersoa Speaks.
Locisviixk, Ky., July 11. The Courier-Journal
"The leagues of the free silver men
have accomplished their purpose. They
have put forth in the Democratic name
a platform which violates almost every
cardinal Democratic tenet and have
nominated as a Democratic leader a
young hot head who but recently aban
doned the Democratic for the Populist
Such foolhardy and bastard leadership
and such a radical revolution of every
life principle of Democracy will be
downed by those Democrats whose sub
set viency to party form is not dictated
by a desire to share in the official spoils
of the party success.
Where Bryan Will Be Notified.
Chicago, July 11. In Madison Square
Garden, New . York, early in August,
Bryan will be formally apprised of the
action of the convention. There, at the
same time and place, Sewell will be 'no
tified of bis nomination for vice presi
dent. This matter was decided by the
notification committee this - evening.
This action was taken at the request of
Bryan, who thought it wonld be nice to
open the fight in the heart of the ene
my's country. '
The committee organized by electing
Senator White, of California, chairman.
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June 16th. Democratic National Con
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Peoples Party Convention and Ameri
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July 22d. National Convention Young
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