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BALEM, OBEGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1893.
The New York Racket
Is still on deck, and has just received the largest l"t of
woods it has ever received. Notwithstanding the hard times,
their trade continues to increase as the people learn the" good
quality of goods they carry and the low prices at which they
sell. "They have a fine line of men's aud boy's fine and coarse
boots and shoes, and women's and children's shoes of all kinds.
On these you will save 15 to 25 per cent, also a fine line of un
derwear of all kinds, for men, women and children in all wool,
part wool, merino and cotton. Gents dress and negligee shirts
in white, all wool, black sateen, and light shades, and work
shirts, wool and cotton hose for men, women and children.
Cashmere gloves and wool mittens; stamped linens, lace cur
tains, bedspreads, crash, towels, white linen, and turkey red
damask, window shades, gossamer, mackintoshes, rubber and
oiled coats, umbrellas, fur and wool huts, and notions of all
kinds They buy for cash and sell at a very close profit for
cash, and'eanaflord to sell cheap.
E. T. BARNES.
State; Insurance Block, 333 ComTSt.
An Electric Car in the
THROUGH AN OPEN BRIDGE
And Goes to the Bottom of the
FOUR DROWNED AND TWO MISSING.
Ed. C. Cross,
Wholesale nnd Retail
Dealer in Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Meats of allKinds
95 Court and
110 State Streets.
A Slippery Track and an Open
--r nr.nflTf.A.l" iuj.ii
torner State and Liberty, Opposite Gray Bros. Hardware.
TWular auction Sales every Saturday at 1p.m. Second
-Regular auctinw j auctions conducted,
hand goods bought and sold ana PK & G00DE, Props.
K. Meeker & Co.,
: OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, oah.
W. A. TEMPLET02T, Gcn'l Agent.
" " .. -,A TTpre is a chance of a life-time, Why
.1. UtBENSTEIN, 308 Comnal M
A.jf Bulta made to order ana meuCU .-,.-
.. .... -f.,i.-n. Hotel. New stock and ve-
5T . -.-.- Iinratfl. - -.i
t u THnRNRHRG.
Cl. Aliviv TB cpiiOLSTBRER.
. ..-.n..nre. Long Experience ,lu the. trade
i Recovers and repair up & le9 0f coverings.
r.b!?.rJ, WlnEwo- block, Cbemekelastreew
KIVO -UUi.- -
I Special attention to mall order. Jim -.-- ,,, 0n
Electric Oar Horror.
Portland, Or., Nov. l.-Oue of the
most horrifying accidents lu the hlstort
of this city occurred about 7o'olock
tura morning. The electric car from
Oregon City plunged ofl the Madlsou
street bildge Into the Willamette river,
drowning all of the occupants who an
tuouubt to have been five In number.
Two bodies bavo been already recovered
but not yet identified. The car con
tuined about fifteen passengers but ten
of them escaped by jumping just as tut
car left the bridge. A heavy fog wa
prevailing at the time of the accident
aud the draw of the bridge was opeu
for a passing steamboat. James Steel,
president ot the railway company ha
been placed under arrest.
Four bod es have been already recov
ered and taken to the morgue, namely,
Charles Breckmau, a bookkeeper,
leaves a wife; Alex Campbell, a salooi
keeper, leaves a wife" and child; Jobf
P. Auderson, cabinet maker, leaves t
wife and Ave children; Geo. Stradtler,
leaves a wife. Two men named Ben-
nock and Scott are mlsalug.
The dead were all residents of Mil
waukie. Several of the passengers received
Blight Injuries In jumping from ths car.
Motorman C. F. Terry gives the follow
ing version of the accident:
"When the car came on the briage
the Dower was thrown off and the car
approached the draw at a low rate ol
speed. The fog was so heavy thai I
was unable to see the llguts ai me
draw. When about four spans from
the draw I put on brakes, but owing to
the slippery condition of tbo track they
refused to work, and I had no sand.
When within ons span of the draw I
evened the car.but tho momentum was
so great that it was of no avail. Seelne
that it was Impoaslb.e to avert an acci
dent I jumped catching the railing 01
the bridge just as the car crashed
through the wooden gate lu front oi
.HninrW.O. Power states tuoi
be was standing In front of the car mak
lug out his report when he saw the 1m
pending danger. The car was then but
a few feet from the gate. He snouted
to the passengers to Jump, and a scram
hi. fi!nwed. The conductor states that
hi. -titter of fares paid showed eleven.
m.i. mn,ver. Is no Index to the hum-
'""l"" ' .!.
ber, as many of the passenger w
came from Mllwaukle or points out
Blde the city limit, paid double fart.
,.. .jji.in,, there were a number of
pa68eoSers riding on tickets Uaued by
the company wh.cu wen, f" "'
the conductor, but not recorded. The
conductor thinks there were eighteen
or twenty persons on tho car.
Preparations are being made for a
diver to go down(to the car which lies
at a depth of thirty feet. Tho conduct
or and motorman were placed under
arrest, but released on their own recog
nizance. There wa? only one lady
passenger on the car, a Miss Thayer
who In the scramble to get out of the
car got caught In the doorway, from
n.t.nnA alia via ATtrlnntpfl without
serious Injury, ffhe railroad company
are the recipients of a great deal of
censure in not providing the car with
a Hivpr who went down, states to an
Associated Press reporter that there are
no more bodies in the car. Bystanders
who wero near the east side railway
company office are authority for the
itatement that , James Steel, president
of tbo company, was also placed under
arre3t and that he fainted. Sheriff
Kelly, however, declares that he did
nor arrest President Steel.
At 2:30 the diver made a second de
scent. Ho reported the car so broken
nd twlBted (bat he could not get Into
it. No more bodies were to bo seen,
however. It Is thought two or more
oodles may possibly be In the car, as
Jcott aud Beunock are still missing.
THE FOREIGN BUDGET.
Attitude of Parnollitos on Home
SPANIARDS UNDERRATING THE MOORS
General Uneasiness in tho Europ
Highest of .all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Previous Question Sprung On
AND DEBATE WAS CUT OFF.
Senate 'Amendments Passed
803 Commercial Bt.i
r W rTT WANT
1GUNS - AND - MWn
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House Passes Repeal.
Yv"asiiinton, Nov. 1. The great
nnahclal fl;bt of the extra session of
enn re8 Is over.
At L) tho House of Represenlatlves,
hv a vote of 101 to 04, coucurred In the
senato amendments to tho repeal bill
which now goes ti the president wr
HOW IT WAB DONE.
fihnlrman Bland having declined the
oiler of Wilson to allow oue, two, three
liursdehite afier the previous question
tmtinn nud having refused to euter In
to any ag'eoment whatever that dirt
not leave the repeal bill open for gener
al debate and amondment, Wilson de-mai-ded
the previous question. The
illvcrmen then begun Qllbusterlug tac
tics. , . ,
Speaker Crisp took advantage of a
m.mmitirvlullto iut the motion for
ti previous q estion which was de
clared carried. It was all done so quick
ly however that tho silver men did not
.m f know what had happened.
The result was greeted with loud ap
plause. Wilson askeU liianu looon
sume the 16 lulnuUs to which his side
was entitled and Bland began his ad-
,,rrh BPnite received a communica
tion at 3:55 p. hi. from the house, an
nouncing that that body had concurred
in Ihe senate amendments to the repeal
bill. Vice President Btevensou at once
affixed his signature, togetuer wnu
that of Speak" Urlsp, alio announix-u
i. ., i.c inmate, and the bill at 4 p. ni.
was dellverel to the chairman of the
bouse commute on enrolled bills, and
atouco setit to the president for his
signature. It Is expected the bill will
be olficially approved by the president
before 6 pm. ... ,
The president lias Mgneu me repi
Btate of Ohio, Clly of Toledo! ss
Frank J Cbeuey makw. oath that he
Is the wnlor putner of the firm of K. J .
IBluewi" I , , hiiliin In the
Cheney a v"-. - n -- . .
S8 nd S5 MM Arm will .ay the
Httia, ami hi . .. ... eaci.
8"? "J',5 a" of catarrh that cannot
By3 """" ffiiSS.SK,
bcf' 1D" Xm' A. W. OI.KAHON
London, Nov. 1. T. P. O'Connor,
president of tho Irish National League
of Great Brltlan, was asked to ttlvo his
views on the Irish situation In general,
aud particularly tho attitude of John
Redmond and tho other oxtremo Par-
nellltes. O'Connor made a longtby re
nlv. In which ho ?ald ho regrets Red
mond's recent speeches, and for reasons
not dictated by any hostility to any
section following him. Tho attempt of
the Paruellltes to retain for tho Irish
full strength in the Imperial parliament
after homo rule was uear landing tho
party In disaster. As It is, the retention
ofevon 80 members forms onooi tno
most efleetlvo weapous against homo
rule in the next campaign. O'Connor
regards the urging of tho demana or
amuesty for political prisoners not only
perilous for tho cause of homo rule, but
oven more dlstruotlve to what Ilttlo
ohanco the unfortunato men havo of
over getting relief. Tho adoption of
Parnelllto polloy would spread tho Im
pressipn that home rulo luvolvos sym
pathy with dynamite methods. .This,
of course would mean defeat.
Tho fundamental point about liQnie
rulo Is that every practical xrun pon
tlclan must consider the methods and
niPBHiirpn with which to get a majority
of the British votes for liberals at the
next election. Looked at from this
view the Redmond polloy la lusanlty.
Every vote given for tho liberal party
will bo for homo rule. RodmnnduBBB
tho liberal government to do eyery
ttiinirtha liberals and thotorles alike
hnlluvt) would lead to 1U defeat. Ho
asks that the Irish question bo dealt
wllu; In other words, osiis tn uuerai
mlnlstrv to bo to the country without
those British measures which form
their one chance of a majority, o iou
nor thinks Redmond's polloy Is leading
to tho dlstructlon of tho home rule
cause In this generation.
Underrated the Moors.
Madrid, Nov. 1. Tho Spanish ro
yereo at Melilla was due to the mistake
of General Magolla lu underrating tuo
hostlillty aud fighting powers or tue
Arabs. At a cabinet council Sunday,
which was summoned by tho queen
regent herself, her majesty said she con
sldered that the tlmo had arrived to
appealto the patriotism of all Span
inrdii for sacrifices todofend the Span
ish honor at Melilla. Bho asked that
all Information in regard to affairs
there be published and none conoealed
lu the meantime tue vvaura. iulihij-
reglmentwas formed In tho coiirtyaru
of dan Francisco barracKU reauy m
start for Melilla, and at the close or tuo
council the regent aud her children, ac
companied by a number of noblemen
aud generals, drove to the barracks and
reviewed the regiment. News received
tonight, which was brought to MalaRA
by steamer owing to tue raet wimiuo
cable was interrupted, says tho Moors
returned today with the determination
ot reconstructing trenches 000 yards
from Fort Camxellos, notwithstanding
a heavy fire of troops. Official figures
show the Spanish losses In tho recent
engagement to have been Vi wiieu auu
broucht tho Information that Genera)
Ortega has suoeeded lu relieving the
garrisons of Rostrogordo and Uabreri
zas. The Moors continue to mako dca
ultory attaoks upon the Spanish linos
They are busily at work constructing
treuohes advanced to within 600 yard?
of tbo Bpaulsh foets In splto of the Art
which is contlnbusly directed upon
them. It la thought tho Moors will
make another attack on tuoUpanisii
forces before tho reinforcing troops ar
From Bio Janeiro.
London. Nov. l.-The Times has the
following advices from Rio Junolro un
der tho duto of Oot. 27: Tholusurgeut
Ueet. lti coDlunctlon with Fort Ville-
galguou daily bombards Nlcthory, Su
to Cruz and San Jose, but hayo sullered
severely though no loss of life. The
provisional government which baa been
firmly established at Desterro aud San
ta Catarlua Is organizing land forces
The iusurgents havo plenty munition
of war, DocIhIvo action by Admiral
Mello Is expected shortly. Tho Repub
lloa rammed In transport tho Rto de
Jaualro, whloh was couveylug 1100
troops to Santos, aud 600 of the troopt.
wero drowned, Admiral Alollo con
firms tho. truth of this report. lie
denied that ho has any Intention, of re
storing the empire.
Berlin. Nov. 1. Tho diet election
has begun aud an unusual unapathy
was displayed. Four out of thirty dis
tricts return Frelsslnlge aud the Peoples
party predomluates by large majorities.
Reports from Cologne say the center
party 1b vlotorlouB In elections today.
New York.Nov.l. Six more Uultod
States mcrohaut steamers havo been
purchased by tho government of Brazil
for use as worships. Four purchased
yesterday gives to the Brazilian govern
ment ten new vessels.
Shocking Murder Case.
Si'okanb, Wash., Nov. 1, A shock
ing murder Is reported near Wateryllle,
Wash. John Dougherty, a farmer,
aged 00, hacked his wife to death with
a butcher kulfo. The died was one of
fiendish forocity. Tho woman wao
mutilated beyond recognition, anu
lonr after she was dead tho murdorer
must havo stabbed and hacked her
body. Ho then dragged his victim by
tho feet between two stacks or wheat
and nurtlv concealed the body with
straw. Later, ho was discovered In a
vacant house, dying from exposure and
hunger. Dougherty has madon full
confession, lie says his wlfo poisoned
bis tea and threatened to dauco over
his u rave within a week. About a year
ago be lueerted an advertlsemeut lu a
Chicago matrimonial paper, anu tue
murdered woman, Mrs. Mary a. run
llpa, of Cedar Ruplds, la., made an
swer. They corresponded, and she
came out and married him. Slmo
thou they have lived a cat-aud-dog life.
Dougherty has a brother lu Portlaud,
Or. Ho Is lu Jail at Wuttervlllo.
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Business men are usually open to a
business proposition. They all know
the merit of a cash transaction. It re
hires uo accounts, no book-keeping
tnd tends to make men frlonds because
It requires no lowering of polf-respect on
Wo are able to mako tho best clean
cut cash newspaper proposition over of
ferrcd the business men of Balcm or
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ots a month by mall postpaid. An as
sociated press newspaper 122 days for
100 cents. Tho price by carrier, deliv
ered at your store, office or residence on
our carrier routes Is 60 eta a mouth
the cheapest carried dally ia the city.
But the mall offer Is less than half
the price of auy Poriland or San Fran
cisco dally now published, with news
from 20 to 48 hours earlier than those
uewspapers. At 25 cU per month ws
have taken In three months between
two and three thousand orders In this
stato for tho Onk Cknt Daily on reg
ulardally'ovenlngcdltlou through the
postoflloe. No papers are scut after ex
piration of tlmo subscribed for.
In four years wo have placed Thk
i Journal upon a paying basis. It Is a
nelf-sustalnlug business, employing fif
teen to twenty peoplo and paying out
In this city nearly oue thouaaud dollars
a month In wages, The Joukkaii in
creased Its circulation aud earnings
during tho recent hard times and In
curred no debts.
Tub Journal Is tho only only Onk
Cent Daily by mail on the Pacific
coast. It had tho courugo to reduce Its
price early In tho season and has more
than met tho demand for bard times
prices. Besides Its several carrier routes
It has a malt circulation for the Daily
alono of between two and three thous
Besides tho dally carrier and mall
editions, tho Weekly Journal has
circulation larger than any Salem
weekly or any weekly In tbo state ex
oontlntrtbo weekly Oregonlan. The
total odltlous of tbo Journal exceed
In circulation auy and all newspapers
published In tho state except tue ure
gonlan. This Is not said to bout but
to Inform tho publlo of the astual
growth of tho Journal In Its various
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TWB SWIFT SPBCmO oo
Trie ""rrlMlTA, B4.
TflnCcalarrli Cure U taken Internally
.ml aefs Alrrrtly o l blood and mu
ua.urf4U tothe system. Bnd for
K'Totmiwic Co . Toledo. Ohio,
riold by drugUt, 76 cU.
The eret vegetable sutaMluls frr
Dfii U Himmons Liver Regulator.
Cures sick UtadacUv,
Uneasiness in Europe
Berlin, Nov. l.-There Is no ui
guUIng the fact that considerable un
easiness exists In Europe at the present
situation of the powers, and this un
easlnew Is Increasing as tho nature of
tho Franco-Russlan alliance becomes
lu an article whloh tho best Informed
nem.le assert was at least Instigated by
Bismarck, accounts iur mo "" -ny
to France's advances on the ground
I.'. ...(. win he driven Into the
(liCkb ,jusws ww m'w
arms of France by the growing suspl
clons of Germany's Intimacy wllh
Eogland. It ays the drelbund not
only threatens Russians, but as won as
n..,.t. i.mfl Miirilclous It would be
exeroUed In defense of England's anil-
Russian Interests, Russia's "
..... IrvtrrtOillttlHlV BXOUDVU "-
cbrlebUn also maks the luaertlon that a
secret treaty exists between u.. u
Italy, by which the former agrees to
mediate In Italy's favor lu Paris under
Worxea uner i
ir a num. Nov. 1.-1 be stesmer Africa "
ffpm Mellla lved at Malaga and"
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