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Daily Capital Journal
BY HOKSR DROTHKR3
THKSPAY, MARQII 17, IBM.
Altona and Jfomona
Portland, 6:45 a. m. 9:00 a. m.
Salem, 7145 a. m. 10:15
Independence, O130 a. m. ow a.m.
I K?f relght received up to to p. m.oEI
I Quick time, regular service and cheap
M. P. BALDWIN.
F. It. Anson loft today for Spokane,
S. II. Brow.n, of OcrvulR, was in tlic
J. C. Goodttlo returned U) Coburg
tli la morning.
T. L. Golden was n passenger to
Collector of Customs Mack wan in
tlio city today.
A. A. lltirton returned Inst evening
Warren W. Corby, of Woodburn,
wns In the city today.
Ilov. II. L. Uarkley canio up from
Woodburn this morn lug.
J. B. Putnam was a passenger to
Portland tills afternoon.
Attornoy-Genernl C. M. Idloman
canio up from rortlnnd last night.
Btato Land Agent Davenport re
turned from Oregon City last ovcnlng.
Col. Robt. Thompson returned to
Portland on thu overland this morn
ing. John Haync wns n passenger to Sub
limity nnd other points South' this
J. L. Cha.Hu a iioiiiiiiIshIoii merchant
of Eugene, came down on the over
land this morning.
Senator Goo. 0. Ilrownell, of Clack
amas county, was in tho city todny.
Ho spoke at Independence last jilght.
Tho senator Ih Bald to bo in favor of
freo colnngo of silver on a parity prop
erty restricted by legislation.
Hurt by a Wheel.
Miss Etta Williamson was going
homo Monday night to South Salem
when she was struck by 11 hlcyclo
rider, knocked down and considerably
hrulncd. Who Is now resting comfort
ably, but received quite it shock. The
rider was a young man who had no
bell and guvo 110 alnrm.
AM Aktkhnoon Fiuk. About 1:!I0
o'clock this afternoon mtioko was dis
covered by Lyon Adolph, coining from
tho roof of Cross's meat market, and
lusldo or ten minutes an alarm had
km!u turned In, and tho tlru dopart
li'iout was on hand. Flro was found
around tho Hue leading from tho
rooms below occupied by Mrs. Farrar,
and It was quenched on short notice
by a stream of water. Tho (lanugo
to tho roof is slight, and but llttlo
ilamago wns done by water.
I)o you know that thoro hits tieen n
general reduction tin prices of heavy
shoes? If your merchant is slow in
llndlngltout, call on the Now York
Racket, where thoy hnvo tho now
' goods at tho now reduced prices.
Fit ron a Kin(i.-TJimo 15 cent
mealsnt KenworlhyA; Georgc'H res
taurant lire hlways tho bestjRorvcd in
In private rooms up stairs without
Notaiiy Ai-powtTaM. Collier,
of Lugeno.was today appointed notary
public by tho governor.
Thu Lka-tiiku Tiiuht Ih Uuokkn.
-Heavy slioes are now telling at low
est prices over asked for thorn before
ho advance. Tho Now York Racket
is tho llrat to offer you new goods at
tho reduced prices. 17-2td&w
Tho U. S. Gov't Reports
w & f Mil Btkw,
H. -TCT BRANSON & CO
Now occupy the J,- A, Van Eaton store,
Corner of Commercial and Court Streets,
jWfetfe Jbc reputation of the old firm will be maintain
Mrs. Samuel Coulter, of Portland,
is the guest of Mrs. J. Q. Wilson.
Miss Ethel Friwell went to Eugene
this morniilg for u visit with friends.
Mr8.W.S.Dunnlwny returned from
Portland last ovcnlng, nftera short
visit in that city.
Miss Minnie Thompson, of Halscy,
went to Woodburn today after a short
visit V7lth friends in this city.
Miss M. A. Meek, of Portland, who
inis lwen tho cucst of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
Q.Wilson, returned home yesterdny.
Mrs. M. Johnson went to Portland
trxlnv on her return to San FranclBco,
after a visit of two weeks In this city
with her nunt, Mrs. J. D. Jordan.
"Mrs. J. W. Crawford and children
went to Corvallls by boat last night,
where thev will reside in future. Mr.
Crawford being commissary at the
state agricultural college.
' Mrs. Z. Craven left on the 2:20 train
today for Portland where she will Join
Mr. Craven, and Wednesday evening
will tuko tho steamer for Sau Fran
cisco for a visit of two weeks.
Judgo Wolvcrton and Miss Ldiin
Price returned from Eugene this
morning whcie they attended tho
funeral of Fred Price yesterdny. Mr.
Price was an undo to Miss Edna
This popular dancing club holds Its
next party Wcdncsduy evening of
this week, and not tonight as stated
In a certain Salem paper.
No professional "funny man" since
the days of the lamented Artemus
Ward has scored one-half the laughter
thai can bo credited the genial hu
morist "Bob" Burdetto, who Is to
givo ills famous talk "Tho RIso and
Fall of tho Moustache" at tho opera
house, Saturday, March 28. All along
tho lino of tho present extended tour
the pcoplo are flocking to sec and hear
this famous man. Every ono who
hears "Bob" Burdetto is made happier
and goes away feeling more contented
with life than before. Ills wit is
spontaneous and frco from coarseness
and carries no sling with it. Don't
fall to Improvo tho ruro opportunity
of hearing Mr. llurdette. Scats arc
now on wilo ut F. S. Dearborn's.
Prlco of admission 75 cents, members
of tho Y. M. C. A. CO cents. No extra
chargo for reserved scats.
Prices on heavy Bhoes have been
reduced. If your merchant Is over
stocked on heavy shoes at tho highest
advanced prices! call on the Now York
Racket. They aro tho llrst to liuvo
now goods at new reduced prices.
ThoRamoua went down tho river
The Altona and Klnioro will come
up tonight, and tho Hoag will bo
down from above Wednesday at i p.
Deafness Cannot be Cured,
by local applications, as they cannot
reach tho diseased portions or tho car.
Thoro Id only ono way to euro deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Ih caused by an
Inflamed condition or tho mucous
lining of tho Eustachian mbo. When
this titlto getH Inflamed you havo a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed deaf
ness Is thu result, and unless tho In
flammntlon can bo taken out and this
tubo restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forover;
nlno cases out or ten aro caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an In
limned condition of tho mucous sur
face Wo will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars
tor any ease or dearncss (caused by
catarrh) that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sond tor cir
JPbold by Druggists, 75 cents.
The Reduction Hat Come
011 prices or heavy bhoes. Prices ad
vanced In the. fall thoy are again re
dttced. Heavy shoes at tho Now York
Racket aro marked at the newest and
lowest prices. 17-2(d&w
Early Hoso for seed. Apply to
Oregon, Fruit & Produce Co.! Salem!
Asltjo frour his salary Jand mileage
every member of tho United States
"vimiw www ,ac.2.-i Kl jHr yeari
THE SCHOOL BOARD.
Account of the Business Transacted
The Bchool board met nt the clerk's
ofllcc last night with Directors John
son, Walt, Ohmart nnd Bruce, Supfc.
Peebles and Clerk Bozorth In attend
ance. The vote for school director
wns canvassed nnd Director-elect
Cllcrrlncton was sworn In by Mr.
Johnson, noting chnirmun, for live
Scott Bozorth wns re-elected clerk,
with salary fixed at the former figure,
$15 per month nnd bond $20,000. The
annual report of the clerk was
Tho chairman appointed as tho ex
ecutive committee of the board Di
rectors Bruce, Walte and Cherrlng
ton. Supt. Peebles reported on supplies
required by him and was directed to
make tho needed purchases.
The bill of Mr. Wcstacott for $2.50
for use of barn for polling place was
ordered paid, and the clerk was author
ized to pay Judges and clerks of elec
tion upon demand.
Fred Obermlller and Leonard Hlxon,
suspended last month for fighting,
were rc-lnstallcd upon recommenda
tion of Supt. Peebles, they having
made proper apology.
Mr. Robb, representing object chart
published by Bancroft & Co., wns
present, nnd tho matter of purchasing
snmo wns referrcrt to the executive
committee with power to net.
It was decided by vote to ulinngo
tho date of meeting from Monday to
Wednesday nights, during the month
Philadelphia, Pa., March 17.
Tho olllccrs of the steamer Horsa,
recently convicted of carrying an
armed expedition for the Cuban In
surgents, were today sentenced as
follows by Judge Butlcr,of tho United
States district ceurt: Captain J. S.
Wlbcrg, a year and four months in the
penitentiary an to pay a flue of &J00
and costs; Mate Jens. P. Petersen nnd
linns. Johnnnscn eight months in the
county prison and to pay a lino or $100
and costs each.
The Fair Will Case.
San FitANCtsco, March 17. There
wns a surprise In the probate proceed
ings or the Fair estate yesterday,
when tho document was produced
bearing Fair's signature, dated No
vember 20, 1801, announcing that ho
repudiated his will of Septemlwr 21,
This took the contestants completely
by surprise, but they hope to win by
defeating tho trust clause in the will,
and not by probating any will subse
quent to September 21.
More Cattle Ships.
Washington', March 17.-Tho
house committee on naval affairs de
cided today to provide in tho appro
prlatlon bill for four new battleships
nnd fifteen torpedo boats.
Tno battleships are to bo 11,000 tons
and cost not more than $3,740,000 ex
clusive of armor and armament. Ten
torpedo Iwats aro to cost $800,000 each
and flvo $8T0'000 each. A proposition
to build six battleships was lost by a
voto of 0 to 7, only one Republican
voting for that number.
Will Not Intervene.
London, March 17. The Uerlln
correspondent of tho Times says tho
Humburger correspondent, who Is
often used as an oillolal mouthpiece,
believes tho powers would refuso to
Intervene in support- or Spain in tho
Cuban nllulr against tho United
Un.UNas, Mont., March 17-News
lias reached hero of tho killing of two
Indians belonging to the Shoshono
tribe In Northern Wyoming by three
whlto men, who murdered tho Indians
and then stolo their horses. Tho mur
derers escaped Into Montana and sold
tho horses. They are being pursued
by United States Mnrshal McDcrmott
mtr mi Hck, w cats her CastwU.
Vha ih m CUM, tat crtoj for CwtorU.
W iho boain Ml, Urn dun to UttorU.
When it,. hd Chlldrtn, tfa gin tha CMtorU.
A 13.jTOim)W boy, living near Wap
Inltta, recently threw a giant powder
cap into nn open tire. The cap ex-
loded, a portion of it striking him in
the eye, destroying the sight.
THE FAIR tor bargains. 3-5-eod
mu. L Chl,dln Cry fo,
MAKES PEOPLE WELL
Most Remarkable Remedy in
Far Superior to Ordinary Sarsapa
rillas, Nervines or Bitters,
The True Medicine for Lost
Without nn Frnml in Purifvintr and
without an equal in rumying aim
Enriching the Blood,
p,, r.,- ctrnninA li Pnlnoie
Great Cures Effected by fame s
What Scientific Research Has Ac
complished. Proved by Success Where All Else
There Is one true specific fordlsea&cs
arising from a debilitated nervous
system, and that Is tho Palno's celery
compound so generally prescribed by
Lphyslclans. It is the most remark
able remedy that
tho scientific re
search of this
country has pro
duced. Prof. Ed
ward E. Phelps,
M. D., LL. D., or
lege, llrst pre
scribed what is
now known tho
world over as
compound.a positive euro for dyspop
sla, biliousness, liver complaint, nou
ralgla, rheumatism, and kidney
treubles: For the latter Palno's cel
ery compound lias succeeded again
and again where everything else has
Sufferers from neuralgia, neuralgic
headaches and rheumatism should
stop short their morphine, quinine,
and such pnln-kllllng drugs. No cure
can be Imped for from these tempo-
ii.er.N. xnero is ono way or gelling
mi luruvvr 01 mo causes oi all tills
suffering; that Is by taking Palno's
celery compound. In this great
modern remedy tho real means to
iioaiin is attended to; sleep Is made
sound and refrcshlmr. thonnnetlto lm.
proves and tho nerves stop complain-1
Ing, becntlSO tllOV crct. Mm nntrfninnt.l
Palno's celery compound takes to lwslKSlK0?"S
able to cono sticcessfiillv wltii iitMnsoa i I)tus' "3 mil ng for the
of tho liver. k-irni,voiitwi at, ,Tn.,
and to guarantco a coinnlete return
or soiiiKl sleep, good digestion and
quite, well regulated nervous system. 1
Sentenced to Hong.
I.os Anqules, Calif., March 17.
Kld Thompson, convicted of partlcl
pantcy in the Itoscob train robbery,
was sentenced by Judgo Smith In tho
superior court today, to bo hanged In
Folsom on May 22, between the hours
or 10 nnd 4 o'clock.
HAumsuuna, l'a., March 17. Two
persons woro killed and eight others
more or less Injured in a collision on
tho Pennsylvania railway near Steel
It is stated that some citizens re
cently talked with Albrecht, tho Coos
Bay wlfe-inurdcrcr, nnd during tho
conversation ho remarked: "My wlfo
was a good woman; but I know what
1 did and am not sorry for It." Tho
bruto seems to Imagine that becattso
Ills wife would not support him It was
suniclent provocation for him to kill
her. Since then ho was discovered In
an attempt to hang himself with a
ropo made of handkerchiefs tied to
gether. Maud Hoffman, now playing at a
London theater, has cabled her
mother at Corvallls that sho will re
turn homo at once. Tho death of
Mrs. Hoffman's husband, the young
woman's stepfather, Is tho cause of
1 ne best Salve In th .!. r
bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum.
ruUeSUn Eruptions, and positively cur!
rivT.r ? W f?ukcd I l fiuiranteed to
Pri' ' C ,MtUff cUon or rooneX refunded,
rice a5 cents a box For sale 'by Fred A
vSa,i-e. Three acres of land in
iw irua trees, nil rich jrnrden lanri
or sa 0 cheap. Apply toLewss 1
Salem Truck fc Dray Co. 3-lwt
Maggie 0. Frlel Considers Her Husband
The following communication wns
handed in yesterday by the wife of J
F. Frlel, the Polk county man wno
wasnrrcsted on n charge or sundry
thieving rrom the fanners In his
neighborhood, nnd who escaped, from
the constable in charge. Mrs. Frlel
was asked If she know" where her hus
band Is nt present, and replied that
she did not, and did not know when
ho would return, but at the same time
warns pcoplo to be careful what state
ments nro made concerning him.
Burton Jeuunal: I wish to cor
rect what I consider very unjust state
ments or the late trouble with which
J. F. Frlel's name is connected. 1
wish to say that the said .1. F. Frlel
did not come to his present place or
residence with tho Intentions the pco
plo apply to hlm.nor has he ever made
It, Ills business to live that way.
Neither has he visited Portland alone
niiriincfiiiinjmleil but twice since the
beginning of our residence here, and
tll piirtvbor parties who have told of
his weekly visits to Portland did so
1 with a view to Injuring his character.
T (nnsliler It 11 verv UlilllSt storv. flllfl
I wish to say that I warn the people
to connect, his nnino In no way with
things tlint have not been proven
nalft9t ,llln, x iloW for the truth and
the truth only. There is a uou noovc
us who will indue us nil.
I Maoeii: 0. FniKL.
Opera flotis?, Saturday, March 28.
The King of
Who has not wished to hear genial "Bob" Burdctte, At last
time has arrived,
General admission 75c,wwcMcmbcrs . M, C, A, 50 Cents,
No extra charge for r:s3rvcd ssats,now on sale at F. S,
The Original 25-cnt Squirrel Poison
1 JBwWTSr$ iShSMB?
. V.vtfo&i' . rA'.fiWV,
letters remain In
Anderson Henry Lttndo Alma Miss
Anderson E 0 MrsMcLeaudMnrvMis
Abrams Lettlo Mitlcom II A
Adams A Mrs Nelson Chas
ltodlcv W T
jjononuo Dora .Mrs'J'liomas Wesley
Edwards M C Wise J
(Joodwell C X Warnell J L
Gibson Alice Mrs Walton J C
Hcubbard Artlo Wagner J V
Lances Lizzie Miss
B. F. Bonham, P. M.
Has your merchant told you nbout
tho great reduction in prlco of heavy
shoes? He didn't fall to mention
that prices advanced last full, did ho?
If ho will not sell you heavy shoes at
lowest prices asked berore tho advance,
call on tho New York Backet. Their
heavy shoes nro marked at .lowest
reduced prices. 17-2td&w
Cheap Rates to 'Frisco.
Tho cheap rates of live dollars cabin
and two-fifty steerage including meals
J""! rt ro still In effect on tho
O.K. & N. Co's.. steamers from Port
land to San Francisco.
Steamers leavo Portland every live
' 31 m
A medium sired black-, leather hand
grip, containing letters, pension papers and
other articles, including a bottle of bear's
win , hL La5n Jteport ,0 "''"office.
ill pay liberal reward. t0.tf
THE FAIR for bargains. 3-5-eod
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made,
40 Years tkeSUndMd
Dimities, organdies, plissc's, Swisses, ginghams, sattcenq U .'
ducks, white goods, etc, all at a
257 Commercial street
In i-pound cans. Guarantee!. Thousands
of farmers from all over this state have
learned that FRY'S SQUIRREL POISON
at 2; cents Is as good or better than more
expensive forclcn brands ol uncertain
strength. Fry'i is the genuine and most re
liable poison. Ue no other. For sale by
Ceo. L. Uaskett. Fred A. Leerr. Lunn &
jBrooks, G. W. Putnam, and Stelner Drue Co.,
Important to Karmer3.
Wnkcleo's Squirrel Exterminator
the original and only article of It,
kind giving complete satisfaction.
Jsow reduced from CO to 30 cents per
can. For sale by Stelner Drug Co.
Lunn & Brooks and O. w. Pntmnn
Salem.Oregon. 3-1-1 in
Chicago. Maroli 17. Wheat.
May 61 tf.
New York, March 1 7.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET,
ban Francisco, March jy... Wheat, 1.10
ool ..Oregon, choice, iooj inferior 3
fc, valley, 9 nc.
Hops Quotable at 35c
Potatoes 60 to 90c per sack.
Oats Milling. 7s8o.
wiii wdiiMBreh,7'--Whe,,t vaUey. J
walla Walla, 57. " '
Flour Portland. Si.ie: Benton ,..
1.ie.rrnl,.m .. ..." -?X.. V. ' "".
la v r ? CW ,roeB0n' a33oc per sack.
Hay.. Good, 58.so per ton.
68J& 9,Ci EaSter" 0rCEOn'
Aiiin,VDran' $M'S'3 oo; shorts,$t2
Poultry.. Hens ci ru-i...
1.80 per doz;
ityIIops. .Oregon, 4 to 6c, according to qual.
common, 17 Vic.
45 i fair to good,
Cheese .Oregon full cream, MieV.
Eggs. Oregon, 9,operdor. 5i
Ueef.lopsteers, 22 3.5c per lb; fair
dressed beef, 4sJc,
iunon..est beef, 2.oofa2 2e- phnir
res. i.2e!fln. .iya.:52'. choice
ii.:ctoAzrZix?'. ... . .
and .fid ? ,5, dossed, 3
1.. Small, choice, 55 Uge, 3
per lb. wv""- !,:, ,jyi;4c
u- . SALEM MARKET.
Oats .V7ScC V bU" matke' r'
Hay .'.Baled, cheat, 4.SoS.oo; timothy,
i-iour In wholesale lots, 3.00- retail
3.20 bran, bulk 11.00; '$ 12 00'
shorts, ,2.ool3.oo; ch'op "Sdf ' n'.oc
Poultry.. Chickens, 3.0037 en twr ,u, .
ducks, u.toois en.r;rv:5 F,r oz ;
Veal..Dressed, M. k
logs. .Dressed. 3;.
Live Cattle. aaviV
Butter.. Best dairy,
5c fancy creamery,
4lAo; shoulders, 5c.
Bacon, 7c; hams
ifirwMW,:fe;.wj' sp?r bb,
hags, $4.255.2?. barreli. A.cihi M.
All our new. spring wash fabflcs9(
HARP TIMES FACTO.
GOOD UEADINa FOU iTHE PAuar
Every -reader of The Jouiwii
should look up the list of premlm,,
given absolutely free with this par,
Tito Weekly Jouunal at $1 a year is
the cheapest naner on tim iv..i.
coast, yet with it we give yearly saV
scrlptions to any of the follow
valuable publications, each knownto
tho world as a standard In Its field
DTlio Toledo Blade,
Tho Queen of Fashions,
'Tito Farm News,
The Child Garden.
Thcso valuable publications .are
ench worth a 81 a year, yet weghe
you your choice, ono year free, for i
81.50 subscription to The Joursal
cither tho Daily for six months
tho WEEICLY for olrhtnon mnr.(K.
Sco tho list, and don't neglect to profit
Don't bo deceived Into paying for
so-called premiums offered with high
priced papers at a slight advanct
Kcmombcr The Jodhnal Is tb
rheapest newspaper on the Pacific
const, and it gives you high grade
premiums without additional charge
WANTED-,To do any Unlit work for WJ
and washing by a comepetent min, D, cut
WANTED Persons to accept, gratis, is
view of future orders, rubber stamp of tlrir
own name for marking clothing, boo, tie.
Write plainly and enclose four postsgeuiopi
to defray mailing, packing, etc, II. P. Mi;
nard, 16 Arcade, Columbus, 0. Aetna
wanted for rubber stamns. rubber tvw. mJj.
dates, white letter signs,"BottIed Ekclricitr
for catarrh and pain, electric belts, etc. Write
for agents' t-rms. 16-41"
FOR SALE CHEAP, OR RENT.-? lew
in West Salem.
Large house and bin, I
nrr fruit trees, pleolr t
acre variety bcarinc
fruit and cranes, cood earden Uoi,
acre timber land. Will make stood
poultry ranch. Uox 145. 31W
WANTED Situation by man with liot-tUa
certificate, competent to set up and keep is
repair the Westinghouse air brake eqsip
roents complete. Address II. C, Brinies.
fcurg, Cloverport, Ky. Box 57. 3 lJ6t
WANTED Au honest, active ceDtlerou or
lady to travel for reliable established tawi
Salary $780, payable $15 weekly and ev
penses. Situation permanent. jRefereaei
Encloso self.addressed stamped tavekw
The Dominion Company, 316 Omahs BaiU
ing, Chicago. Sj
TREES-Pruned nnd sprayed. Topgrafutf
a speciality, also bees transferred or pjtw
good shape. Call or addres Jno. W. Cur,
10S Commercial street. fr"'"
FOR SALE OR TRADE-The best ty
fruit and stock ranch in Oregon, contauHaf
200 acres. Will sell cheap, on easy term
trade for grocery stock.
For paiticuun w
quire at this ottice.
II. A, B. 3"
FOR SALE-Eight milch cows and t .
year olds. Inquire of M. I, Egan, CerrW,
CARPET' PAPER Urge lot of W
brown wrapping paper for sale cheap. Jj
the thing for putting under carpets. Cau
PUBI,IC MEN, POLITCIANS ANO BIS
Iness houses can obtain all newspaper
matlon from the press of the at'.00"'
country from the Press Clipping W!
(Alien's) union mock, ronuna.
P. O. NEWS STAND.-Locsl Subscript
Agency for all newspapers and magaiuo.
Fine atock of cigars and confectionery, r.
Miller, Prop. H!L
PAPERS. Portland, Sacramento, So
Tae6ma and San Francisco paperi on vx
Miller's Postoffice block
,,-.. . Tra AMT.
106 State street. New nd ""'p
guarantee the best meat in the city.
reosonablc. One trial will injure your P"
rouage. Private rooms for Iidiei.
. U. .-VINU'w-f-.
F. VAN QER BAAN,
Carpenter, Builder and JtW'
" J 481 Winter street.
y Hard times prices always.