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ISSUED US SEMI-WEEKLY ' SECTIONS, - KAGH TUESDAY AXD EBIDAT.
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VOL. 49. NO. 38."
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1900.
SECOND SECTION EIGHT PAGES
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John G. Carlisle Advises a Return to the Con-
.... ..xrtal'V Sara X fl S. 4 M. M . " a a '
eiyauyc diiu rdiriouc rosmon
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formerly Occupied by the Party on National Qoestlonseryan Makes a
Statement, and Says tfte Election Snrprised
Ke Charces Cornrptlon.
ATLANTA, ;., Nov. John O. Car
lisle has wlrtMl the Atlanta Journal, iu
"rpxpotiKe to a miucst from that imper,
Lis yk'ws ai follows::
"In my opiuiou the Democratic
party lRnld at once ' organizej hu a
iH-motratle basis. jThe imtncdlate n
turn to the conservative, iatrlotlc posi
tku:wciprl by the party before it
was ktnora'UziHl Irj Populist ' and
Free Silver lUiubllcans';. lu lS!J(s will
lnvJte all true Democrats . inj active
oplioHitioi. to Ahe objectionable inAi-t-hi
of the Administration,: to insure
the success of our! Northern friends in
fUrle aud local coutests. and preiwre
the way 'for a great National victory
in 1004. TIh; Democratic votet' cat
fwr McKiuley, were j not endorsHnien ts
his iKirty or hiai Administration, but
protests against what is -coushlertxl
ilto dangeroirs purioses and5 tenden
cies of t he opposi ug candhla tes."
IJitcoln. NeW., Nov. 8, William J.
I5ry.ui tonight ptvc out Hlie folkving
statement i-oncern in?;, the eUK-tiou:
The result was a surpri to me,
ami the magnitude of tlie Ilmblican
victory : was a urprie to our opiOu
eii'ia as well as to thoHe : wlw voted
ur ticket-- It Is ! Imjuixsiblo to an
alyw the returns tm til they are more
tuipl'te. but, ti'akins ; ffi'iierally, we
wem to Ixive gaid iu tlw liirge cities
and to have- lost in the smaller cities
aini iu the eouulry. , j4
. The Keputlk-ajj jwerejabk to e
enre tickets, or jkisscs for all tlteir
toier wi were a' way from liome,
and tikis gave tlH-ni a conjll,rablej ad
vantajre. We have; uo way of know
ing at thi thH how" much money was
4lN-tn iu the purchase of votes aud in
colonization. Rut -whik these would
account for some of - the ltepublioan
gains, they wotihl not account for t lie
widespread' increase in the Republi
can vote. The prosperity argument
was probably the most ' iKrteut ; one
ised by the Republicans. The apieal
to Ntaud by -the IVesUk'nt while war
Ls ou had a great deal of Influence
among theme who did not realizo that
the war against the- doctrine of self
government in the Philippines must
react uimmi ii in this country; We
made an lKnest ftgiit upon : an lionest
platform. Having done tmr duty as
we waw it we Jftive nothing to rejjret.
"We were defeated but' are not dis
couraged. The 1 fight must go on. I
am sure that the IUpubllean policies
will be repudiated by the people when
the tendency of these -policies 4s fully
imTt.Kl. The contest between
lliWocnicy and Ienix'racv canit
end uutil one oT the other i complete
ly triunnhant." ;
t'oiiei-rning himself Ilryan .ild: j
"I have come out of the campaigu
with perfect Kalth and a. clear rou
txence, I did m'y utmost to- bring
sm-cess to tiie prin-tphs for which -1
?ttnl. I have no fault to find, and
no reproaches'. I shall contniue ' to
take an uctive Intewst in itolitlra as
lotig as I live. I xlwill not 1k a Sena
torial candidate lnfore tle Ix'gisla
tuiv which lia niy clectetl."
Hryan wiys he has no other platis at
present that to remain at home. ;
Washington, Nov.?1. Assltnnt Se--retary
of . War- MeikleJlin' tolay tele
grapliel Iter as follows:
FuHTtoii, Neb.. Nov.- S. Nebraska
Is rtleemel. Mcivhiley.'-'ha ' -arrhHl
the state by not'less tlian .VKj. Tlie
legislature is v Republican, ?lnth
.Houses. ' ' ,-: ; ;
Chicago. ; Nov.- 8.-Vice Chairman
Henry I'ayne. - of the i Republican Na
tion I CommJtt0j, today received a
telegram from the chairman- of - the
stale committee of Nebraska stating
that the KepnbliiiM carried the state
by a tafe majority; also that they
bare the state Senate and will be
able to organize the Hoove.
Leslie Coombs, ciairman of the Re
publicau State Committee. telegTsipb
vil Mr. Payne that an official conn
will be mxvssary to determine the
electoral vote of Kentucky. The tele
Three thousand legal Republicans
t enia In uncounted 4n the ballot boxes.
Other frauds will cost us 5000 votes."
Lincoln, Neb., : Nov. 8. "William J.
Bryan sent the folowlng telegram at
noon today to President McKlulev:
"Hon. Winiam, 3IeKinky. Prel(k'ntl
of the United States. Washington, I.
C: At the close of anotiuT lrei
tHntial camitaign it is my lot to con
gratulate you, upon a second victory.
i "W. J. BRYAN."
Wbnt, Would You tJive
To ; be cured of catarrh? If you or
vour friends have this disease, t jan
knorr how,' idisagreeabJe . it i i. ; Its
symptoms are inflamel eyes" throb
bing temples, ringing noises In the
ears, headaches,, capricious pin,tite,
and constant discharge of mucus.
Fortunately: ,ts Hire is not a cuestion
of what, you will give, but what you
will take. If you will take Hood's
Sarsaparilla. tin , great constitutional
remedy, which thoroughly purities, cn-rh-hes
ami yitalixes the Mood. ' you
may exjH'tit! to be "completely and ier
niaiM'utly curtHl. Tlie - good blood
which Hood's Sarsaparilla ,.;mak?s,
teaching the deli-ate passages of the
mucous membrane, soothe aud re
builds the tissues and ultimately cures
an symptoms of catarrh.
a neat, serviceable shoe, made iu
the latest styles, tlio
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is just what you're looking for
We've sold thousands of Iheso shoes during the last eight years, and
wo know from experience that they are one of the best? wearing
shoos on tin matket : Our price, $2. It's beeo a-trade builder for
rn- n.mr firps.q mtoat our lines at $2.75. $3 and $3.23 for ladies
are un equaled.' See our sjdendid assortment of men's shots almost
anything you want ia tae snoe line. - , - e -;
CLOrHING at "racket pricei." You must see the cloth and
stvle of garments to appreciate I them. f Hosiery, underwear, hats,
shirts, notioiss.; - ' ,
Salem's Cheapest One Price Cash Store
E. T. BARNES. - Proprietor
Cor. Commercial and Chemekcta Streets
aXl that itcilliAPNESS qiwtity cons.dere.1 e.have the
' AT ROSEBURG
Walter Crennan, formerly of Salem,
' Araoag thelnjared.
ENGINEER SAM' HENDRICKS. DEAD
Two Freight Trains la a Head-end
Collision With Terrible Results- '
.1 Two Isstaatly Killed.
ROSBBUKG, Nov. S. The worst
wreck " ever known ,ou this division
occurred about daylight this .--morning
two, miles , south of- Rotieburg. Two
freights, tl'. regular No. , 22-1 .south
bound, and a long ex;tra coming north,
met on a curve in a hsavy . fog and
literally telescoped each other. ,
Kngineer Sam Hendricks, of , No.
Jind Fireman Wllhelm of the extra,
were caught beneath the wTck,oud
almost iiistantly killed. Fireman IJd.
Riddle, Engineer Walt. Prenuan and
Head Krakemtm Charles Campbell,
were all IrntUy lnjuml. ' the latter two
diwbtless fatally. Riddle lost a foot
and suffered a broken left arm. Camp
bell -head was ladly hurt, and it Is
feared tils back waa broken. Drennan
receivetl a cuts through .tlie '"skull 'over
the left eye three inches In length,
which 'exposed the brain. His leg was
broken and lte sustaJntHl many bad
cuts and bruises.
' One of the trainmen ran to town
w!thk the neWT. and an englue and
caloose were sent out after the three
Injured men.4 who were rami for by
three physicians on arriving In the
city. Some time, was required to get
Hcndrkks and ..Wllhelm from tlio
f wreck. The latter was pinned .down
in the cab. -the coals frpm the tlre.-box
burning off both his logs to the knees.
Tiu bodies were brought to the un
The aged parents of Hendricks are
almost dlstractetl from their awful
grief. Campbell's, homo is In Salem,
where he Jia a mother and sister. He
Is tlie .man who gained fame In 'Alas
ka' by making a revord-brenklng' trip
with a dog ttHim from Dawson -'CHy
to Skagway some time ago.
It is statcil the. wreck waa 'duo to a
nisiiiren",,t''tu r orders --on Wm?
part , of Kugineor Drennan of the ex
tra."; -:- " - "- " - :
; Superintendent I R. Fields ha pinn
ed to le in the city, aud !s.'lookiu
after tlwi dead and -wounded incn.
Co'roikT TwitclM'll has .summoned a
jury antl will ; hokl an uwtnest tomor
row ou the remains of Wllhelm and
Mr. l)rennan has numerous frleudi
In this .ity. Jwving llretl hen for
sometime, ami le is an honored mem
ber of Salem Lodjre No. lUi's B. P. O.
Klks. He has a wife and . young
daughter' lu lrtland, their home U
lug on the East Side. Mr. Camplwll
Vs a brother of Mrs. Arthur D. Welch,
of South Salem.
IN PORTO TtlCO.
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Republicaus Electetl the House -of Del
egates Without Opiosltlon.
San Juan. Porto Ri'o. Nov. S. Tho
official returns of Tuesday' election
show the Rc!oblU-ais electtnl tlie en
tire House of ' Delegates.' and Senator
Frwlerleo Degetatt a Commissioner of
Coiurress. hdy 131 Federal - .went- to
the polls, the. total k Republican voto
belug about S,ooo. '
New York. Nov. S. Tlie - director
of the Northern Pacllic. at a iiUM'iing
today, declared an extra dividend of
one per cent on the common stock.
Twice-a-Week Statesman, 1 a year.
OF 1R I Ol M 'U ' RETURNS
QUAY IS SANGUINE.
SAYS 'II B WILL BE ELECTED
UNITED STATES SENATdll.
He Namesj-tho-president, and Sfw'aker
for Am- Next legislature His
WASHINGTON. Nov. ? H. Former
United States Senator Quay, who Will
leave here tomorrow morning for
Florida, touight gave out tiie following
tatement for puldk-atlon: v R
"TIk c-ontt'st on Tmiwlay resultrtf
in a sweeping 'victory' for the stalwart
Itepvblicun ofmy sttate. Tiw Senate
will 1m organized by tlw regulars, no
matter what tatMuent A o tlie contrary
may be made by the insurgents tir
hostile ne'wsiaers. Senator. W. 1.
Snytlcr, of Chester tunty, will lie
elected Presiih'ut pro tem of the en
aie. ami Representative W. t II. Mar
shall, stalwart Repiililican from
AUeglieuy county, will Ik SHaker of
the House. 1 will be elected Snator
Irv alsmt ' loil. out of a total vote of
2o4, on tlie tirst ballot lu the joint
The Vote of Marion County for Presidential Electors Canvassed
? Yesterday, and the Hestilt Shows a Majority for the
t: r ' Republican Ticket bt 788. ; v
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Couutv Clerk W. W. Hall. II. Over-'error that might be discovered. Tlie
ton - jwiu. '-n'r IVa-e of the Vni- MwtH of each iminct were found
ton. Justkv of "yliu good form, neatly and accurately
burn, dlstrlst, and J. O Donahl gotten up. lu nearly every instance
the Salem district, canvassed , the the tally sheets were found . without
election returns from the various pre-an I takes so the work of canvassing the
.ln.iit r Marlon ci.imtv vesterdar returns luiaiiie a. vry easy matter ami
timts or.Marloa vountj isteiuay. f VkM.k-1h 1ask waH Wmplele
The canvassing board met. at 2uM au , fWltiugs were .tiwde.
o"ilK'k and at once "proceeded to . look j Tt" hfHciat count sh;ws an average
over the tally "sheets to -orr-t any j Republican plurality, over the pemo-
crat of 7KS : and i a clear majority
over all of. 4W vrtes. comiwired
to the vote lu 1S!m;, fliwre I a large
falling off. The hlgliest Republican
elector In that eanuwiign vvurHl ;iTl?
votes, while the highest. Bryan deo
tor had ;MH to hs ciinllt. But niio
majority this year ;1s one that is en
tity satisfactory. I -
The - official .table1. -allowing the voU
iu dilafl by precinct is us follows:
, THE OPPOSITE SIDE.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 8. -State
Seimtor Martin, , tanti-tuay), .touiglit
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Quay will not lie 'elected United
States ; Wenator. v We will without
doubt have ii majority of 4he Legisla
ture on joint iwiiot. . r-
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TWO GOLD MINES.
Cripide Creek Properties May Be Cou-
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Denver. Colo.. Nov. S. Although tlie
rtiHirted isale of the Portland mine, is
denied at tlw offices of the company.
In Colorado Springs, it'l generally be
lieved In mining 'circles 'that" this big
Cripple Creek property will pass Into
tlie hands of an 'English syndicate
The plan reiwrted from Ixndon Is .to
copsolldate tlie Portland with Strat-
ton's lndeinidonce. and to form a new
i-ompauy to control both of these great
gold proiertie. Such consoiiuanon
would create the greatest gold mining
property in the world.
To accommodate 'those who are ir-'
tial to tlie use of atomizers In apply
ing llouids Into the nasal passage for
catarrhal troubles, the proprietors pre
pare Ely's Liquid Cream IValm. prhe
including me spraying iuik- is . rrais.
Druggists or by mall. Tlie liquid em-IkxIK-s
tin lueilicinal proertie of the
solid preiMiratiomr - t.'ream Balm m is
absoilKHl by the membrane and does
not dry, up the weretlons but changes
them to a natura.1 and healtuy charac
ter. Ely Brothers, , oG Warren St.,
New York. -
DOUBTS THE STORY.
Russia 'Has Not Annexed a Part of
tlie Chinese Territory-
WashJngton. Nov. K Count Casslnl,
the Russian ambassador, said today,
in regnrd 1 the reported annexation
of -terrltery In Tien Tsln by tlie Rs-
sl.in loverniiM,it.f that be frit very
sure no such step had been taken. lie
tombed upon the osIbiIity of a. Rus
sian rotteesslon." simitar to tin British
and French' allot meuts. having bceo
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rhlmsroL Nov. 8. Looter Weasels,
a fornvr officer In the Boer Army ami
brother to one the Boer envoy to
this country, addressed an andietfc?
last evening on affairs In South Afrfcrt
and tho present condition of hi coun
trymen. ; lie -asserted that the Boer
cause i far from hopeles and that It
U in a favorable a coiwlitloa a three
nonths asro. An effort will be oak
lo tsentre, tbonsnm'l of signature to
PtitkMi that will lie presented tn
Congress asking the Intervention , of
tle American Nation.
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: REMAL SALE
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Our entire line
sale list ' : ,
is ou tin removal
$13.50 values $9.87
A swell lige la also shown at
Moreen Skirtings '
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1 . ' ' $ . :. t f
Regular 05c" all wool Moreens.
47c a Yard !
A line of rtriied Mack Moreens reg
ular 50c values. : : "
39c a Yard
A Kah of regular 25, 3,' and 35c
22c a Yard ,
Another line of f5, W and 85c values
A line of Zylalin plaids."
23c a Verd
Now Is tli time to preire for th
liolldajn. tilereral, big feasts ahead
and you know, the service is lialftof
the meat. . '
We now offer, our entire lino of .
NapklM Cimnks, Sets
CUtks. at Beawval Sale ,. -
AH Sire, 5c ttytr
Our entire line
prVes... , ,
at ' removal sale
Men's Suits .
A big Hue 'of : good value one of 0,
90 Of them 90
$ 7.5n Black Cheviot... . ..i. . . .'
$ .M Fancy Mixiil.... $41.25
$lo.m Wisd f;iK''Wit blink.... .$ S.I5
Sin.iDl tw-oteh .Tww.i,... H.25
$I2. Cassimere. .. . !M
Pi..V (lxfiml 4lM-vIf.t. .- $ ti.fil
$lli.5tl Black Cheviot. ......... $11.4HI
Mon'c ilfifinn ilnwnc
llivii o uuimy uu if iis
A ' very, gocsl lino at removal sala
Another line of henry outing gown
95c tach -
A IV-liw at'Us-i
A 75c line at 5,'!c. .
A line of black crush
values at $L4j?.
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