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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1893-1895 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1895)
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9 lw Catalogue. Jjv m
Another bile frcst prevalhd ttil
Jofen Mlnlo returned to Portland this
D. Williamson waul down to Port
sh1 tlili afternoon.
Jttl Myers made abus(neas trip to
lb Kietropll today.
Judge J, C, Morelnnd returned to
Portland on tbe afternoon local.
M. Kllngerand son were In Portland
today, going down this morning.
Geo, II, Bauteit returned from Hpo-
ftnm, Wn., on too local tbla morning.
Judge V, D, Young, who la HI with
congestion, la not rallying m rapidly ae
hta friends bad hoped, but la atlll quite
8. IK Powers, of Bhcdd, Llnu county,
k In tbo city visiting bid brother, Guy
W. Power, agent for the 0. It. & N.
Co. Mr. Power reports but one JDolpb
Man lu Hhedd.nud bo la a money
leaner, I!e also report that of tbe
lAuu count Itepubllcuu are and-
Wlter D. Blind or Aumsylllu, was In
Um elty Monday aud attended a -aiMof
tbe legislature. He called on
WsrreUry of (Mate Klrscald aud was
warmly reoeJvcJ, having been a sup
porter of that gentleman from start to
AnUto lu tbe memorable new deal
A fair complexion comw from pure
m What wouian would not prefer
tod cooked with J)r. Price's Baking
HODJjks PKATJt.-Mony Baleui people
will m pained to Icahi that Mrs. II. 11.
Cpwell, at her home lu West Union,
Iowa, died Ike. 20. Deceased was the
WOthar of Mle Cap well wiu died In
(h ill y ImI yi'flr.Btid bad rumlo many
fflvD'l lu Httlem,
Vim DlUli Ioow.-No event lu
BaUwmerrauttdsoiiiucli Interest m
(foi ftf lit KtistotUI ilu,d Mb, A
tw Miiie lima no Huluii griNry llni.
fT gave sutli whI MlUfmeilon tn
Mnfiitt A Ih sum em the Pit UJIKt
II llliell 4 My VM I I'ilH JOUIIKAI
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AHOTKR rOMXR OATJflKT.
W eTUf the City With Mj Oola
Tbf afternoon, about 1:16, a tall,
smooth-faced young man, wearing a
dark brown overcoat and a black crush
but, walked Into Bush's bank and pre
sented a check for aome &0, algned by
Leo Willis- Cashier Oswald West,
questioned tbe man before caiblng tbe
check, but the forger seemed nines','0'
nlvinz that West could look up tte
signature If he desired,
Tie check was cashed, but no sooner
hid the forger passed oat the door
when West ran straight for Leo Wll
Ha' office, where he learned that It was
a forgery. Haitenlngbacktotbebank
be met Andy Coat, whose services he
secured, and tbry went Immediately V
the depot on their bicycles, arriving
Just before the t'aln reacbel tbe depot.
Wrtt jn loUd out the forger to Cos
J'i oi he wu g lug aboard the train
udlle; bolhiefzed the man. He of
fer d o.i eldirab e ru-Utence ui flt,but
nni " under c'ilrol unit matched to
he i u i' J iH. U.Hin I elng sesrrhed,
KJil.lO was found on I U person, tib't of
vhlcli was go'd. Utitei this amount
leb-d tight chicks already tuude ut
u I hiiI rsd by Bahm lulna mer
hut h id ii o flgoed them. Hi- hImi bad
he nlgiiHtures of a n imher ff HaVm
t nt If men s.ri'inu whom were Father
.Vhlleaud li u H.jd'D.
lit' ttiu-ed lbs s'gnature if Mr.
illi i y wilih g lei I em to tbut gentle
nii, up i wining liluiself to i-e hi
Ki t 'or 1. 1 if nil hoi troupe, and tuk
ng ih ra'e for the upra bouef
f I eee 1 1 -r Mr. Willis answertri hi 6
I f sign, tureticurtd, tb ore on th
sit-ck t eiug a fao simile if Mr, Willi
When arreolul at ted-p.t he lied
reiroved the ocrct aud hat, repl -logtbe
bat with a brown cap. Ht
givts the namo of Kwt'h. This wub
an excellent pleat of poll work and
relliM'ts great credit on Chief Cjhs ca
well a CiMhler WesL
WATKIW.-At the Cook hotel at 11:16
p in Monday, Frank Waters, of con
sumption, aged about 85 years.
Deceased leaves a wife and two chll
dren to mourn bis death. Funeral ser
vices will be held tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock from the Ilaptlst church,
conducted by Rev. M. L. Itugg.
Pure materials are half tbe battle In
the struggle for good housekeeping, No
kitchen agent can compare with Dr.
Price's Cream Ilaklng Powder.
Ouo vagrant received five days at the
hands of Judge Kdea this morning.
II. Hanking went to Jail this morn
lag in default of (10 flno and costs for
ult aud battory.
Ski: it. Extra scselon of the legis
lature Saturday evening at Ileed'a
opera house, Ik sure and eee It. An
ImmoiiMj success. If you miss It you
will mlfcs the opportunity of your life.
Tickets on sale ut Dearborn's.
MpecUl Mchool Meeting.
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of Bchool District No, iH,
of the county of Marlou and
state ol Oregon, that by order of the
board of directors of said district, made
on lite lotli day of January, A. 1)
lbt,a special nuollng of (bo gaj
voters of sild district U hereby called,
and will he held at Hetd's itn Iioum,
M' t if Cli iuy ut Jjuuiry, l, at tbe
nour of 7 ) p in. tif mm ii,ftirhe
purpouflvug aKhool Ihxoii (bo
Uiable pmcerly lu sshl ills' f. , ao
iwrillug o law, a u such met m d
DiUdlhlf IT.ti day of Jnuiry, A.
UttUT I) ,g BTII,
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HliiiHlli sj.afti swsajsjstsajjsasaas
WjIhim'k lUug Vilir Is (ha 1,1
tud hlhttl, Fwr m' b) Csrs
Hvn.WMi-VVh mmiI en ntw
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ilslfM Hewktfl ut h i)tmu UtMf
M'r. lo U glvnn al JUil's i'trB Uw
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wiy iU$i'm bwme, lusfcr ww
a i irir irfd, j 'f H di up pi a ttirM,
am) wu will a(iitui) yuur l4Us,
' hiw. Mu, mr itvitiuHMii
UH,HMf JUMvllli J L ItAfdlur,
'nieUihUlhM asMi uf lbs Will
4Uf l'mysily nyMPMuM Kill
wif Vimy J"frb kU. m, t
rr AinillHwUHtf pfHiH villi
'HTfd lMJ li K ivWelJ Mill
Mw4d Ji ii kjM iha ftju
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Still Anellicr Fruitless Vote for
DOLPII CANT FIND ANY RECRUITS
But Little Itontine in (IicIIousp
JANWAKV iM AFTERNOON.
The house was on I led to order by
Speaker Mooren ut 2S0. Au invitation
was read front the superintendent of
the Insane aoyluiu asking the represen
tative Ui vHit Hint Institution Individ-
Mr. Myers rend a report of tbe world'i
fair cnraiuiMiloti, showing llikl oftbe
t(5(),00d approprlMted fr Or-gonV ex
hibit (18.280 00 la still unexpended.
Mr. Myers axked for a committee of
t ree from each hnuso to investigate
t ) lUHltt-r and report; agreed to.
A mreagu was teo ived from tbe sec
retary of sts'te transmitting to tbe
'iiiiite, tbo j bit resolutions posted at
tit; luht i-ta-iou for amendments to the
nolo constitution as follews: Itelatlvu
'i obtaining lurid for water rights; re
pealing section 35, article 1; amending
ctlim 31, srllcle 1; amending section I
i, nrllele II, providing educational
quit lludtlin;amiodiug oection 17, aril
me 2; nil mide epeclal order for Wed-
.ii-sday at RAO p. m.
'J'SI, Itmpk'tou Creating the county
ofCalapooia uud fixing the salaries of
its oilkers, wm reinstated on the cal
endar and read tint and second times.
Ituferred to commltteo on counties.
240, Dunn Relating to thelncorpor.
atlou of Ashland; reinstated and read
27, Durlelgh-Protectlng fish in Wal
lowa county, Wallowa delegation, Jau
uary 17. Ileportcd back favorably.
4, Smith of Polk To repeal uu act
creating the railroad commlttalon, up.
proved 1887, approved February 20,
1891, Itcferrcd ta committee on rail
way and transportation.
o, Air. jucurattea 10 estiuiiBU a
state board of equalization, nud reiieal
Ing an act filed Feburary 21, 1601. Ke
ferred to committee on assessment uud
0, Mr. McCraken Authorlzlug the
board of pilot commissioners to builifto
equip a pilot schooner, and to sell the
pilot schooner Bau Jose. Iteferrcd to
committee on a commorco.
7, Mr, Paxtou To repeal the act au
thorizing tbe purchase of ajute mill for
the penitentiary aud to repeal sectioJs
3852,3800, Hill's code. Itcfcrrlng to
committee ou engrossment.
7, Mr, Paxton-To provide for the
safo custody of publlo moneys In coun
ties having 60,000 or moro inhabitants,
deferred to commltteo ou Judiciary,
10, Mr, Patterson To reuder teacher
certificate valid lu any county In tbo
state, Amended by Paxton, addlug
an emergency clauie, Referred to a
committee ou oduouUou.
12, Mr. Ltler-For the relief of Clat
sop ooumy. IWferred to umiinllteo ou
1, Mr. Jlurke-Pmvldlng for the
assessment aud eolleetbw of luxes,
Itefvrred to ooiniiilttwi uu iumjit
1 1, Mr. YaU-AulhoriRlug eherlll
lu charge and oollimt mlbug h )Mi af
eipetisea, All after the simeit) siause
IS, Jellrey Auisiii)liig swrttoii 1 itl
ttu aot Kiiiemluig smiIuiw aoalJMa
lllll'i node, rtlsllHg aliuitot nwrlputs,.
uu iMiuiaiiiig an a( appmetl, j
Kry H W. Jlefwrwl i NiwitUa
IT, Young-it suited m 9MM,
Hill's Ms, Frist) ny iw lb mimmI
( III gtfid am) stiver. JMsrfi U
flHIHtllllv-e HH aMMHIHUl stul iMfcallMM.
IV, (Jiiiii-'IW luitlHtsiu lite stain
dt Mhoxi at Lsbsvhtiw, mimJ i uf
pf Mp'lsiv imupy tbsiaiwr Jteiwnaj i
4'inMiliite m hImUwh,
)U Mirs 'I'm m tmd AsJmm 1m
bv WlllsMiMIe iltw iMsinsJ i
MMiiiiiiUiv m fohbit
91, MwwIwU Tw ttsUMi Ut ke)eft
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svii mi Wiswi aaMjNf IMum
twujiiiHwe w ItMlMsfy
H ikit -'Fit immi imm Uu
m sivm J'aitftwjr H, Um, MKekW
Iwjf In Iks ftMtwtssw J Vittm Was)
t4 Mm. Ujf fe) If -HTHflti MB
H, limn JW frflltkmmi HesMi a
uii-t Hit. H, in ikm -mrtf Jt
hi it4 to jwHiuitiiw m iMtM
m, JUMytfM l ns) mtkm MM,
MlU'l Nad, WUHf ttkWfHs (l
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MImI I um414 uu lu)Mtifr
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JWlt u4 MiUis U aMuii. UatfKXTuJ
M iiJfMtf i ftlsf stftU. W
tttrtThfiAii til ftisUI lAlililfiQ
SO, YifwDflclDg whne ceiUlnl
Cases, lu a hlrh siAte as pa t snail at
brought. Iteferred to committee on
engrossed bills amended by Paxton.
SI, Hl-n'rum CreaMng Hen In crops,
T? .. I .. ,i.n..litA ass IaImP
- jjutiei,ii-iwuiating tbemain-
i talulnc of wire fences in Eastern
Jgon, Referred to committee on agri
JANUARY 20 MORNING.
Senator Bteiwer was excused from
Bsrvlee on tbo comnrffee to examine
the Blate University; and Senator Mc-
Cluog was appointed in bis stead
The minority rcpoit oftbe judiciary
committee on Dawson's bill abolishing
tbe stats board equalization was or
lOG.Carter Fixing salaries of Lincoln
county, and attacblng said county to
the second Judicial district, was read a
first, second and third times and
107. Dawson For relief of Iretta
HutchiK)n; first reading.
The Judiciary committee reported
favoring tbe passage of Denny's bill
regulating bond aud loan associations;
adopted, and passed t) third reading
20, Patterson Was indefinitely post
7, Bteiwer Relatlngto tltielto county
roads; passed to tulrd reading.
20, Prire Concerning executors; rec
ommended fiat It do not pass; laid on
is, lighwcll Definition of crime;
pael lo third reading,
48. Denny Judges and 'justices,
piH-e-1 to third reading.
65. Oesner Per diem of jurors; laid
on the table.
70 McCIung Private seals; laid on
It. C. R 15 To Investigate Reform
school; recotumended that senate do
not concur; adopted.
House resolution for commltteo to
invet'ga e state land board, wat,'.eferred
to committee on revision of laws.
3shool book resolution referred to same
committee; douse memorial for Inves
tigation oftbe world's fair commission
referred to same committee; house res
olution for reductlou of tariff on woo,
lumber, and barley, referred to same
committee; huu4d resolution asking
committee to Investigate tbe locution
of the deaf mute schoel: referred to
the committee on ways and means.
The committee on ways and means
recommended the reference of flshtrics
resolution to tbe Joint committee on
fisheries to examine and report, rela
tive to concurruent of fisheries laws
betwe en Oregon and Washington,
Buiiate bills, first reading, was pro
103, Go wan- Amondlngcode of crim
, luu, woodard For protection of
170, Huston For relief of Washing,
171, MoAIUter Amending code re
luting to salaries of circuit Judges.
172, Cleaner For new buildings at
soldiers' homo; Hut reading,
173, Denny For employment of con.
vlutsluralslug augur beets; first read
174, Btelwer-For relief of CllHUm
176, Bmlth of Clatsop To punish for
olMtruetlug flvli streams,
170, (Jowaii Amsiid code relating loj
luie v, tcr will,
177, Uowun-Ameiul code
lug laborers' Ileus,
17i, lirwwiiell MsHiuremeut of
IflasM .. a .
". u.wwi Marrieii woman
right to dtHHJ
laU, akiillh of ClaUop-Heleoflou of
Jmlsws prw lii)Mru.
w, MaUlBiig-J(cclvliig lwk for
1W, Allny-Iiwwrioriug pjoreuw,
twul hhsbiuI ilmu, t nilfd rradlng,
"" Mailing uf aeiiatu bills wm
Uiimh) ll, MlHHwipirini
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mm. felWiMj u
JlmnUUMiou ot ln
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UM, IJMSHMU IJsjtyrtiulllvlltuf.l...,.,
11 UWHt Trial for filniMi lu.li.
tmmj uttkNi., tsjjjifjii ruling
IW, vm$Om 1W Utah triiM iuii .
M kigiiwie, unit.
sir " Ammti mhi MMm
..5f -lHiK4lJ WIJ,
. torn mm
be tnckeu out alter IU enacting
yesterday, and the bill was referred to
t ie committee on counties.
House Joint memorial by Thompson,
aoklngarelns(fctment by congress of
tne tariff on wool was adopted.
Drkley's concurrent n solution for
Investigation of the locating of the
mute school by u comoilltie of two
from tbe senate, and three from the
bouse, was adopted.
18, Nealon Incorporating Gold Hill,
reported back and passed.
Bills Introduced, 2S3 lo 295.
T. mv iiivi- notion of amenduietit of
Rill for lucorjioraTing Mt. Angel;
Bui changing name of Eist Cottage
Groe to Leuiutl, was f asued.
The scoud reading of houte bills
was proceeded with, uod Nos. 33 to 63
Inclusive, were itf rred to appropriate
Upon arrival ot the noon hour the
members of tbe uuate entered and
took scuts. President Blmou lu tbe
Rep. Rarkley denied the Insinuation
that he was dictated to by Governor
Lord In costing bis vote. The gentle
man bad never spoken to blm.
, Hofer declared the eamo In defense
of Judge Lord.
Moores read a ietltion from Silver
ton, signed by forty Republicans, in
favor of tbe caucus nominee, aud be
voted lor Dolpb.
The vote resulted:
Bmlth of Linn
Barkley Dnnn ftor
uurdano Hone Lester
Bcnttand Conn, paired.
Wilson's baking powder
gives tbe beat ofsatlsructiou,
are the good qualities possessed by
Hood' Harsaharllla. Aliv ll li ....
by which H. B. 14, Yates,
rllles the blood, thus strengthening (he
Jogs, I jwyesj It regulatwihe digestive organs,
iBii'l"V1goruU the kidneys and liver, tones
ami ijijiws up the tuitlre system, cures
7"" "-I 'iii, cutarni ami rheu
matism, Jet ilood'a ami wily Hood's,
Hood' PIIU cure all Hverllls, bilious
he 16 iMdiBMUQll, fcluk bwl-
UMiiMWbA UmnrAu - John J,
Maurer, M. J), kew r. ,1BW w vers!
fiafc?"""'-, .Win a hWlfioiwJSt
V UuiuuieraiaJ util, J flf
Wilson'. UkliTirVw-rteT Is III" U
M lbs Iimiui. pr mi by Uisrk.
iiwi a,. X9
JNtiilor In firurrHiv. IiiliuM.
oil, WmIqw (JJiijmi, yjirulaijitt
IMl lllMIIIVMl rilipllthiMluulf f
Hnwliwi ; mi j(M(, i(l ,
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They Catch People Now That Are Not
This Is tbe time of year when one
rnoH fcas pne.ituonlH aud acute rheu-niatlsm-lf
be or she Is not "In condi
When you he r men aud women
roio.'laln of rVellmt chilly m the slight
est provocation you will always observe I
Unit they are the pale, worn out folks
whose nerves nre weak aud whoso
hlool U th n.
A person' ners must be In good
condition If the body in to produce the
ucceary vitality to maintain its
The nerves govern the blood-making
orgaus. If the nerves are too weak to
start a brisk circulation the system needs
that one magnltlceut brain and nerve
fowl Palne's celery compound.
No one fears spring ailments who
uses this wonderful remedy that makes
-ONLY TWO DOLLARS-
OASW IN ADVANCE
T19 bt Qnm- 9V9r7nmdl am 1,.
CfltU UI Hllcil'9ji
f nm m Wtrfrf UTPu.PBn T MP 'Mm
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IM"H fbC'U nd't-i.JHf
fc Qtifej wiu "saaisa, ttUtl
-w Off w ms tmtf
people well. No one needs fear tbe
prevailing winter Illness It bis or ber
system has been put lu proper condi
tion by the use of Palne's celery com
pound. Above Is tbe llKeuess of Mr. H. M.
Hutchinson of old Orchard Park, Mo.
"My complaint wus the grip and its
attendants, pneumonia and rheuiua
t'sra. I have taken three bottles of
Palne's celery compound and um quite
free from both oi the above complaints.
I could feel Improvement from the llrnt
doaeof the compound. My oldest daugh
ter who has a stomach trouble and
nervous debility, has commenced us
The mouth of Fehruury is the mont
dangerous to those who ure 'ruu-down'.
All such peoplo should get strength
aud health uud safety lu Palne's celery
compound, the remedy above all others
that makes people well and keeps them
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