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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1896-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1896)
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Tlrii FsulInK U JndtcslUti, 1U
your blood U Impute ant unabls to tap
pi? sufficient strsngth. Ht net 70a ftl
Ht no appstltt, ttp serra an K.rpt,j'n
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noon lujAiUKd vein run family
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r.vt-ry nndiT of Titi Joiiisai,
Miotilil IfMik up tin- list or titi'iiiliuiio
; Hhffi illcoliltH flee Willi IliU pilpor
Tlic nckkia .lui im..ni l nnrn
11 lie clionfML iiior on the 1 t If --
Willi II writhe yonil) hii .
hi nrty if tho following
llr tnd strsngth builder, and you will bt
An though you bad HUralty fen ?
over new. It wilt purify your blood arid
completely curs that tirtd .feating, and,
thus avert tb daiigsr ot serleaa UImm,
Is tho ono True Blood Futlfler. I
nOOU 8 rlllg tT. Al'4rutlitf, K
One of the features of tlie New
Year's ball, says the Florence Weal,
wait tin ftUMcliewliiK contest, which
was very amusing and entertaining to
the onlookers. Ladles as well as yen
tlcineii were partlclpantt.
V. P. Wlldrlcli, or PeiiJIeton, was
lined $10 by a Justice or ths ii.11a last
Saturday ror disorderly conduct before
ladles. Several witnesses testified
that Wlldrlcli called Mrs. Molilo E.
St. John a liar.
.Miss Let a Park went to Salem Mon
Kev. Hlnclc went down the valley'
John Tcniplcton, of Junction, was
In the city Monday.
Louis Joluibou left Monday for his
1 audi on Fall Cicek.
Mack Sommervlllc Is homo from n
short visit nt Portland.
Col. Yoran is home from a busi
ness visit at Woodburn.
Mrs. lllllcgas, who has been ill at
Crcswell, Is not Improving.
Johnnie Zlmmcr Is doing some car
penter work up the McKenzle.
Miss Mary Thompson Is now recov
ered from her long continued sickness.
Editor Morehcad, of Junction, was
on the streets of this city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson are
home from n short visit at P6rtjand.
Mrs. S. K. Munrn departed for her
homo at Mcacham on tho local Mon
day. Mrs. It. S. Bean and son, or Salem,
arrived Monday on n visit with rela
tives. Mrs. N. K. Frasler is homo from a
visit to her father, John Coggswcll,
on tho McKcngle.
Ed, West has bought tho Hoffman
House saloon bar and will take charge
In a few days.
Wilson Parker, of tho Chaso fc Co's.
commission house, visited Shedds on
Frank Strong and wife of Redding
uai., ore vjswng: mends aim renin ves
in and near tho city.
Miss Carrjo Friendly left, for, Port
land. Monday and took tho flyer for
AL11ANY ilERAU)., ,.'.,, -
J. W. Cusick went to Salem Mon
day, Win, Mj Jloajc Is l'ri Albaiiy.'
Col. Tclfer went to Salem 'Monday
to attend a meeting of the military
board last night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B, Paxton, whp
havo been In Portland fpr several
weeks, returned homo yesterday.
Robert Chambers, n Linn county
boy, now of Little Elk, Lincoln
county, Mas In Albany Monday.
Mrs. G. C, Moon was called Monday'
to seo a sister-in-law, who Is seriously
111 at tho family homo at Crabtrce,
Mrs. W. S. Elliott.
Hon J. T. Apperson' of, Oregon
City, came up ou tho Qvorland Mon,-)
day and wUl go to Corvjillla today to
meet with, a committee, of-tho ,bpard
of regents of tho agricultural college.
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uist Saturday evening tno onicers
Ifio World liHimitndhtfl III 11m Held:
The Tciludo llliula.
Th'e (iucVti or 1'Wiltiik
The Farm Now.
Tho Child OflKlen.
TIium- valuable pillflff'iilioiH .11 re
each worth it i n year, yet wcglvo
I you yourcliglce, one yen 1 free, for a
$I.G0 sdbvff Iptlnu to Tin: .fcWMMt,.
cither the Daily for Mx inonllm or
'tho Wkkkiv for" eMitce'it moiUlls.
See the list, and don't neglect to proilt
Don't Ikj deceived Into paying for
so-called premiums olTered with high
priced papers at a slight advance.
HctiieinlK-r Tin: jfouitNAij Iii'the
cheapest liewspaiwr 'Jul the ,1'ncitlc
coast, ajidjt gives you high gnido
premiums without Additional cimrgc.
A FINE GERMAN ' PAPER
The "Kvangclsclie Zeltschrlft," a
religious. German weekly family news
paper has been moved from Chicago
to Iiarrisbtfrg, tPciinsylvanla, and Is
now printed dlT now type and on
beautiful paper. We shall be glad to
supply It to our German reading sub
serlbcrrf at a low rate. It contains
tho letters of travel of Its correspond
ing editor, HIshopR. Dubs, a splendid
review of the Sunday school lessons,
goneral uews,fsermons and- entertain
ing reading matter. Every German
family should havo such a newspaper
A JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
For tho Northwest hi tho true sense
or the' word Is what' Mr. and-Mrs. .li
W. Hrlntnall' of Olympia, arc giving
the people or Oregon and Washington,
Tho very llrst line of tho January
number Is nn awakener: "What are
your Incentives?" Teachers, what
arc your aspirations t in oroer 10
grow we need to aspire ? The teacher
who can -grasp that word cannot
remain a cipher, or stand still, The
Journal quoted President Campbell's
"Tho child has an immortal destiny.
When wo teachers fully appreciate
tho responsibility this viow of our
work brings to us, our devotion to our
profession will bo Intcnsllicd."
It Is a 24-page monthly quarto at $1
a year. It Is tho best and only educa
tional Journal printed for tho north-
vwest and wo shall bo glad to order It
ror our readers.
The llrst number or tho Marlon
County Record, now published at
Auranville, has appeared. It contains
a great deal of local news, and F. K.
Churchill or Salem is editor.
Tho First Congregational church of
San Francisco has had two $5000 meu
who havo turned out bad. Suppose
they try a 35000 woman.
of-lUase.of consumption, cau, If taken te
the-earller-stag or tbe-dlsease, be cured.
This may seem like a bold assertion ta
those famtllatouly wltU-tbe weaua Bener
all In use for IU treatment as, nasty cod
1Wct.oU andJta dtby cmulslpns, extrad
bypopuosphhes and such like falltalivts
AUboWfe-hy, wanr believed to Kncura.
ble, thfcre'lsItbV evidence of lnfndteds ol
livnV -witnesses to. tH fact that, laU Its
.artier aWsr consumption li "''a
aisease. noi c.i v-:, f.:ii',;kl
antY&ecmA by Dr, ''! cfe
ellwfrVS tbe.lupRS, s evere "nBerin
couffb witU'COP ouqpectoratlon (inclttd
fng tubewular tndtler), great loss of flcsh
!JW.a-0S?.?dbT "Golden Med.
of Coburg I. O. O. F. lodgo elected for
the ensuing term, were Installed as
luiums; a. j, xurns, a. w.; J. iviiuru i "".."-. ;irj.i-.H
V. G.: Wm. Kaylor. R. S.; Geo. Smith , h0ihave no inUrest wbatever In mis.
P R Thnmna Vn,,l,n nlri- ,&rsenUB!. the, and. WUO WM6 Wl
nnrtl m us as cured by " Golden
tmLDiscoverv ' were genuine
lca.VIlcovery ' were (
Jriad and fatal disease ?
cases of tbat
You need not uko
for Infants and Ohlldfon.
MOTHERS, Do You Know im
HfttrniAti's Dfojm, Ooilfit's Cordial, msny oclll noollilnjr fyfn"i, nti.l
n("l fnnnllM fuf tMMrcii art cuftijxit of opium or inotiitilut?
o Von itttnyy Itiat opium and morplilnt ( ilnp0rlMg hsttelU tAlM7
von Ktiovr tint In mint tvuiilf Ij diuirut( tit ntl (rmlilcd lotcll ImimAIm
wtlliout UUIlnjf llitm poltotii 1
o Von Kiiorvtlut you should not jxrrult any itiedltlue to Iki fllrtii yeurthlM
Mitts you orywir jiliylclti know of wlisl till compMcd'
o Von ICuorrtlmt CttotlnLi Surely Rtlt)t prfpamUon, and tlml'a llitol
Ks IncrcdledU Is jmtllhf il with every l-odlo f
Ho VoK ttiiow tint Ctorl li tlie ttrescrlptlott of the fm.ioiw Dr. 8mtit riletier.
ht It lias ittn In me for iienrty thirty yearn, nud lint more Cadorln li now soM than
of all other rtmnlks firchlllrii combined I
no Von Know that the latent Odes Depsrtuient of the United BtMM.amt 6f
other countries, hart Imicd czctiMtretlht to Ir. I'ltclicr' Aiut hit niliiM lo uo the Moid
" Cnatnrlu " and lis fonuiiln, nnJ that lo imtlnta them U n Mntc prlnon o(rmc?
no Vott Know that one of Hie rcanons for Ernnllnjf this cmeriiruent protection
msbccauteCoilorla had bceu proven to be ntJHOlntcly ImrnttCMrt?
no Von Uihw that 33 nvcrnje) doses nf Costorla nre furuUhcd for 33
ecntti, or oue cent a doee i
no Von Know that when possessed of Hits perfect preparatton,yotirchll(lreuruajr
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rel?
Well, liCo tlilKifW are worth knowing. Tliey are fjcts.
Children Cry for Pitcher Castorla.
J. C. GOO DALE
C. G. SCHRAMM CD
Geedale Ltim6?r Company
Yards on Twelfth, arid. Trade Streets
Keep the most complete stock of common,' dimension and llnfshcdlumbor
In tho city, and 'sell on the most favorable terms. Lath and Shingles
Our stock Is made at our own mills; of thebest lumber In tho state. '
C. G, SCHRAMM,
TICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST
THE BUFFET U
Service and Scenery Unequalled
Through Palace and lourlat Slcejws
JOlnlvff and Buffet Library Cora
Trains leave Portland and Seattle dally for the Eait.
Tickets, reservations and bapgage checked to all points.
For comfort In travel take (he ureal Northern.
BOZORTH BROS., Agents.
R. C, STEVENS. G. V. P. A.. Seattle, Wash.
A. B. C. DENNIS! ON. C. 1. & T. A., Portland.'Oi.J
1 for It They have, In nearly every
becao pronounced by-tne'pesi
st experienced borne pliyslclans,
homaa Yaughan, treasurprJrepresenUn'. them, and "'
Eugene lodgo, I. O, O. P. was. well rep ,, 'of 'Gotden Medical Discovery,"
1 ,.. ,1.. n 1 ... :i. ... t.u-... i.v. Yu-m mrcea 10 conic iu
inenntml hv .1,a fnllntvlntr manihnn:. 'fcat-ajfer, have beett forCeQ 10 COWJC
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BBClvBu Have uccu .w,... w -w-t - .
J O. Grnv. AVId MnGeo. W. fi. Now,
burn, J. M. Williams, E. E, Orton,' which tbeya're "Aua,Jll1sN"i?, candi
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WUh Portland millionaires holding
up the legislature for bond bills to self
e Kxxracs oit ""?-
Mtes bad ais . !- -?; t
I The pBoiograpn.oi .... -"-,-
mixtures, had neen wteu " ', . 'Al"
. " jI i.. j .iiii .,itriv failed to bene.
STof bad only seeded to benefit a little for
tholr old bridges to the public at high SLShSthSwSik
prices to compel them to rldo over catarrh and kindred a,adlKooJe 'ofifei
their street car lines, It Is no wonder "l"aUwlkhPwmUbl mailed to you, on re
poor men resort to holding up an S&M&
occasional street car to relievo It of Its their experience ,
nickels, -I ZJrX&STir
The Willamette Hotel.
LEADING HOTEL. OF THE. CITY.
Reduced ratea. Management liberal. Electric-cars leave hotel lor all public buildlnc
amlpoints of Interest. Special rates will be glvm lo permanent patrons.
A. I. WAGNER
Willamette Truck Co.
Stable at South Commercial St. Bridge
Rest equipment for all kinds of heavy orayinc and express hauling! Teams found ar K'd
Fiont Drug Sto e at all limes. L- ' 'WAN & CO.
-EXCELSIOR - STABLE-
B. C, HANSEN, MANAGER.
iIocm Hoi in it lui lory liiinliutM in nwi'II
IH rlrciilnlloiii bill In nildllloii In
giving tnliii rcoolted, It glvmt IN mid
wtIIkt valiiiiblo prmiilimip.
Now h (Iio I hue to order your rend
ing iiiiUtor.imid It will pay you to no
tlco tlic following special orfcr.
Any ono of Ilia following five perl
odlciils free, one your, fo nny mi1
"orllwr of Tlll-J .lOUHNAf, wlio ptiya
I.Wi In nilvaiico for the dally, by car
rldr, tli roe iiiontliH, M cents a moiitli)
or by mall six months, (Sfri a montlij
Or llio weekly 18 montlm, (l n year,
tho best 10 page Illustrated "fashion
magazine of New York free for one
year. The alwve prices are net cash,
and tho cheapest combination ever of
fered. The "Queen" U it high-class
prnctlcal, home magazine.
The Dliild U ii
aThc delightful Chicago children's
magazine. Just the thing to read to
the little ones of the homo circle. It
brings tho kindergarten Into tho
home. Song, games and story, beau
tifully Illustrated, $1 a year, Pub
lished by the Kindergarten Literature
HA practical farm paper, edited by a
staff of experienced agricultural
writers, contributed to by tho best
known agriculturists of tho country.
It contains what the farmer wants, j
" WWII ! "
A handsomo, attractlvo, homo pa
per, to which ovory woman will glvo
a hearty welcome
That great ' national newspaper,
which Is known to everybody.
Of any of these publications can 1xj
had by calling at THK JCUKNAL
olllco or dropping us a iwstal card.
Any two of tho above periodicals
can bo secured by paying $3 and tak
ing THK JOUItNAL twice as long as
required to securo one.
When tho extremely low price of
TUB JOURNAL Is considered, this
will bo found tho most liberal offer
made by any paper on tho coast.
Salemf - Oregon.
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Union Pacific System,
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MleCM Hhil i'tep Utlln!nrj Chain ilslly
Our trains are heud by stesm and es
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Wnlch U nwijr hours rjuleker than cf.m-
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For rttM, lime tsble. ami full Infnrmii'sn
JtOrSt: .C JlAhKJiH,
Agents, Silent, Or.
II. W. 1IAXTBK, C. II. XtMU,
General Agent, Dili. Pais. Agent,
135 'I lilirt Sired, I'urtlaml,
0. R. k N. CO.
15. M'NEILU HF.CEIVKK.
TO THE EAST GIVES THE CHOICE
Via Spokane Minneapolis St Paul and Den.
vi r Omaha and Kansas City. Low rates to
Portland San Fjanclico.
Steamers leave Aiuiworth dock, Portland,
Dec. 4th, gth, 14th 19th, 24th, and 29th at
1-arc Lauin, 95: steerage, 2.;o,
MI.LAMFriI3 K1VEK DIVISION.
Steamers Elmore and Eugene lesvc Sulem
for Eugene and Cot vail Is Saturdays, Sundays,
Tuesdays and Thursdays at about 5 p, m.
Leave for Portland Mondas, Tuesday,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 a, m,
I,owett freight and passettRer rates.
Round trio tickets vero cheap.
Tickets sold and bapuage checked through
to all points without extra transfer charges.
F01 full details call on Uulsu h Darker,
agents, Salvm, Oiccun, or nddrcss.
W. H. IIURLMJRT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or,
For full details call on or address
G. .M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest. Local Agent.
f-SfirW,' ai .' t. sw-j. hi t
'A VJ -mi ... .n . in 1 111 1 il 111 1
oilman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Dinln Cars.
Tourist Sleeping Cars
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Fargo,
Grand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Dutte,
To Chicago, Waddnglon, Philadelphia, New
York, P.oton, and all Points
East and South
For Information, time cards, maps and
tickets, call on or wrlto
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or,
A. D. Charlton, Astt. Gen'l. Pass Agt.,
Morrison St., corner Third Portland, Or.
Onlygonw5sd.'Si1ti?MtotRUiwnUer; Stablibaek.,of StateKIniuranee block
Eastern R. K. Company
YAQU1NA I1AV ROUTE.
ConrjfCltnc at Yanulna Pay with the Ssn
Francisco & Yaquln 1 llay Steamship Co.
a 1 and first. clan In every resprrt. Sails
from Yaqulna fo San Francl.co about every
Ptsnengcr acconi.tiotlalions unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or p'lntt west to San
Franclseoi Cabin, f 12; steerage, 4l cabin,
round trip, good 60 days, 8.
For sailing dates apply to
H. L. WALDEN. Agent.
CHAS. CLARK. Corvallls, Or.
EDWIN RTONE. Mansper, Ccrvollii. Or.
A, 1, CHURCHILL, lival Agent. taem.
E. M. 1YAITK Pi.-WTlTfO CO.,
BOOK -AND JOB PRINTERS
Push's New Prick over the bank Com'l strt