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Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1896-1899, July 10, 1896, Image 3

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This Is tho complaint of M .
thousand, at !-" tat
XheyliavonooppotUoj food nu
does not rensn. 'iiiojf u " "r ,
hestomacn nna '"" -.,-.
. eonrso of nood'u Sarnaparilla will give
them It also Plflcfl Bnd enriches tho
blood', cnrcs that distress after eating and
Internal misery only a dyspeptic- can
know, creates an appotlto, overcomes that
llred feeling and builds up and austalns
thewholophysleal system. Itso prompt
lr and cfflclontly relieves dyspeptic symp.
Inmiand cures nervous headaches, that it
Jeans to havo almost "a magic touch."
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
Ii tho best- In fact the Ono True Blood Tnrlfter.
.,, are tlio best after-dlimor
HflOd S PlllS pills, nl'l ingestion. 2So.
Proclamation.
Gover Lord 'a proclamation Tor tlio
protection of timber and otlicr prop
erly fiom lire Is as follews:
Whcicnr, An act passed by tlio ley
Islalivc assembly or tlio slato of Ore
gon at Its seventeenth annual session,
entitled, "An Act to Protect Timber
and other Property from Fire," con
tains the follewing:
Section 1. If any person shall mn
HolniHly, with Intent to Injure any
otliorperwin, by himself or any other
ntixm, klndlo a lire on his own land
or llie land of any other person, and
by means of such lire the buildings,
fences, cropH, or other pcisoual prop
erty or wooded timber lands of any
otlicr person shall bo destroyed or In
jured, he shall, on conviction, be
liunlslicd by a line of not less than 820
nor more than $1,000, or by Imprison
ment In the county lull for not less
than thrco months nor more than
twelve months, according to tho
aggravation or thooffon.se.
Section 2. If any person shall with
out malice kindle any Arc In any Held,
pasture, enclosure, forest, prairie or
timber land not his own, without tho
consent of the owner, and the same
shall spread and no damage to any
buildings, fences, crops, cordwood,
bark, or other personal property not
Ills own, or to any wood or timber
land not his own, he shall on convlo
tlon Iw punished by n line of not less
than $10 nor more than $100 and costs
according to the aggravation of the
offense and shall stand committed
until the lino and costs arc paid.
Section II. Any person who shall
enter on the lauds of another person
for the purpose of hunting and flshlug
and shall, without consent of the
owner of said lands, kindle any lire
thereon, shall bo punished by a lino of
not less than $10 nor more than $100,
and If such ilrobo kindled maliciously,
and with tho Intent to Injure any
other person, such offender shall bo
punished by a lino of not less than
WO nor more than $250, or by Im
prisonment in the county Jail not less
than thrco months nor more than
twelve- months.
Section 4. Any person or persons
who shall wilfully set flro to any
wooded country or forest belonging
to tho state or United States, or to
any person or persons, shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon
conviction boforo a courtof competent
Jurisdiction, shall bo punished by n
fine not exceeding $1,000 or Imprison
ment not exceeding one year, or by
both such lino and Imprisonment;
Provided tlint nothing hereinafter con
talned shall apply to any person who
to good faith sets a back flro to pre
vent the extension of n tiro already
burning.
Section 5. Upon nny prosecution
under this act, one half of theflno hn-
I! shall be paid to the person who
fift gives information thereof to the
district attorney for Mm filer rlr, in
which tho offense is committed and I
fe other moiety shall bo paid Into
the county treasury for tho benefit of
the common school fund of tlio county
" which said fine Is collected.
Section o. it la thereby made tho
duty of the Governor of this state to
lue a proclamation on the first day
of July, of each year, calling public
attention to the provisions of thlsact
od warning all persons against vlo
ttlitnrtlie same. It Is also tho duty
'wch circuit Judge of this state to
read tho provisions of this act to each
Wand Jury when charging them as to
Now, therefore, I, Win. P. Lord,!
jovernor of the mnto or Oregon, do
gov
hereby
direct the attention of the'
public to tho crimes and misdemean
ors declined In this act, with the pen
alties picKM'lbod,' and wain all per
sons to abstain 1'ioin violating all or
any or Itspiovisleus:
Done, nl the intpltol, in Salem, this
1st day of July, in the year ol our
Lord, 1800. j
By the governer:
II. It. Kinoaio, Wm. P. Loud, !
Secretary of State.. (loveninr.
STATE NWa.
The fourth annual assembly of the
Southern Oregon Chatauqua Is In
session at Ashland, Or. . I
Henry Kleppel has been appointed
assessor in Jackson county to llll the
unexpired term of Geo. A. Jackson.
Mrs. T. Parker, of Pleasant Hill,
Or., was the llrst one to receive a ben-
ollt from the new order of the United
Artisan.
Captain Uaxtor of the British ship
Bcrnhilda, from May port, with rail
road iron, Is at Astoria but can Hud no
owner for the lion.
With the Issue of July 8th, Chns. E.
Wolcott, managing editor or tho
Southern Oregon Monltor,rctircs from
the management of that paper.
W. T. Roberts of Woodburn, reports
Bomo Colorado beetles on his potatoes.
This Is something now In these quar
ters, and should bo stamped out before
they spread much further.
The whole group of new bimetallic
olllccrs of Yamhill county have baeii
Installed ami bad their pictures taken
along with their deputies for a keep
sake us mementoes of tho Jovial set of
fellows.
Camas pralrlo on Monday was vis
ited by a thunderstorm, during which
the lightening struck a tree, felled
John L. Ilislers to the ground, stun
ning him, and killed a cow belonging
to Blslcrs.
In a letter to Governor Pennoyer
Rear Admiral Beardslce, commanding
tho Pad Ho squadron, said he intends
to sail In to Portland In the (lagshlp
Philadelphia between July 15 and 20.
The admiral Is now at Monterey, Cal.
The 10 year old son of R. C. Cavctt,
of Itlvcrton, was playing with a
loaded shotgun the other day and In
some way It was discharged, the
charge passing close enough to a
smuller sister to severely burn her
face.
Tho U. S. FIbIi Commissioner has
complied with tlio request of tho
Mcdford Crater Lake society and will
send a party of experts to Crater Lake
next month to determine what, If any
fish food Is contained In tho lako,
with a view to stocking It with inoun
tain trout.
Frank Vcatch, near Forest Grove,
recently captured thrco whlto and two
black crows that just como out of the
nest and wore not ablo to fly. Tho
whlto crows are as whlto as snow, cx
cept that a few feathers on the outer
ediro of each wlnir wcro black. Their
feet, legs and beaks aro whlto and
their eyes nro bluo.
Capt. O. G. Walker passed through
Mm Cascades of the Columbia river
with his llttlo steamer Lorelei, tho
oMmr dav. Tho craft Is forty feet
lnnir. The fracrllo bark was tossed
hither and thither by tho wild waters,
nnd those who witnessed the descent
iYivt.frl to see her K0 to tho bot
tom every moment. Tho captain haa
shown that ho is a daring .navigator.
Appearances arc
what attract the op.
poslte sex. Some,
times this seems a
pity. It seems as If
ft would he juster If
a fine mind was the
attraction instead of
a fine face and figure.
But you can't change
human nature.
When you come to
understand it there
is a sort of justice
ahout it too because
although we can't
all be handsome,
almost every one of
us can add at least
50 per cent, to his or
her attractiveness by
a little attention to
the laws of beauty.
When the eyes are
dull, the lips pallid,
the skin sallow,
blotchy or pimply,
the figure thin and
wasted or overstout
and uneraeetui, iue
trouble Is something
mnrf than mere out-
ward aooearances : the inner conumuu .
wfong?&e blSod is poer: it lacks the pure
nourishing qualities which are &,&
vitalize and invigorate the body. In this
case physical actlVity is largely a question
of pure, rich, red blood.
Vou can't have sparkling eyes red ripe
Hos a clear rosy complexion and a graceful
w.- . .
cleave foul humorVout of the-blcd and
help ?hefalmilativc organism to enrieUhe
.iLdnn with an abundance of healtuy
red corpuscles, creating fresh color ana firm,
Mme flesh. All this is attractiveness,
and something more neaua,
in wr.n.. --."-.,. j.AiT.0
iKa---'KS2SS
.? .fiu oDer coven. To
Pi os M
tkLiLi
ttr woman wt be healthier and hsppltt Tor
uu
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY ycitrV oWrvntlon of Castorlc nrlth tho patronage- of
million of persons, permit ws to upcnlc of It wlthoat gmcsltic.
It ts nnqnostlnntVbly tho host remedy for Infant and Children
tlio croria linn qto tau.wn. It is liaitaloss. CbilflroTt llho it. It
Rives tbom health. It will nnvo their llvoi. In It Mother hao
somothlflrr ttfhlols is ntisolatoly Htvfo and yraotloally perfect cs a
child's meJlolno.
C-xstorln, destroys Worms.
Oftstorla allays rcTorlsliaaan.
Castorla provontB vosnttigg Soar Card.
Castorla onros PtnrTlicoa and Wind Colic,
Cnstorla rellorce Tcetlilug Tronhlos.
Castorla onroi Constipation and I'latnlonoy.
Castorla nnntrallycs tho effcota of carhonlo aold gns or poljononw r.lr.
Castoria docs not contain morphlno, oplnm.or other narcntto property.
Caitorla asnlmllaton tho food, rcrenlatcs tho stomach and Tiovrels.
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castorla is pnt np In ono-slto bottles only. It In not sold in Tinllf.
Don't allow any ono to sell yon anything else on the pica or promUo
that it is "Jnst as good" and " vrill answer every pnrpote."
See that yon yot C - A - 3 - T - O -
Tho fao-flnillo
clgnatnro of (Lwf&cA4At
Children Cry for
LAWN MOWliKb rTTTT ,
HAY RAKES, VjrlX. Y
Hafdwat ef Stoves and Tinware.
GARDEN HOSE. , . , ,- I1ICYCLES.
LAWN SPRINKLERS. 0VJUtlVL.
The Willamette Hotel.
0-
leadingEIhotei. ok the city.I
Kcrfuced'rates. Munacctncnt lioe'ral. Electric cars leave ho;el lor ainpubllc bulldlnct
and points ofjlntcrcst. Special rates will be
-EXCELSIOR
B. C,' HANSEN, MANAGER.
Onlvcood liorseliHecl. SatUraction RiMrAnteeil.
Ladies and
Children.
who travel by the Uurllncton
Route ajo given particular care
and attention.
Just to Illustrate what this
means: A tew months ago, five
children whose ages ranged
from 3 to 11 years made the
journey over our line from El.
lensburc. Wash., to Kansas
pliy.KNTIRELY UMACCOM-
ANIliU.
Tickets, timetables and full
information about our service to
Omaha, St. Joseph.Kansas City,
St. Louis and Chicago upon ap
plication to the nearest ticket
agent or by addressing
A. C. SHELDON, G.A.,
Poitland.Or.
Through Tickets
TOTHE
fcVIA THE
Union Pacific System.
Through Pullman Palace Sleepers. Touris
Sleepers and Free; Reclining: Chairs dally
between
OUTLAW to CHICAGO
Our trains aie bested b steam and -s
lighted by I'mtsch light.
Time to Chicago 3 .t Jays
Time to New York, 4 1-2 J'- .
Which is many hours quicker than com
peilto's.
For rates, time table, and full information
apply to
JtorSK iO 11 Ah KE It,
Agents, S-'lern, Oj.
r.W DAXTER. CE. BROWN,
Ceneral Agent Dtst. Pass. Agent
135 Third Street, Portland.
I1HB
IBI
EAST
K - I - A.
is on every
tcrapper.
Pitcher's Castoiria.
- . MACHINE OfLh
JT5lXVJvS., and AXLE GRKASF
KJ JX, SUNDRIES.
given to permanent patrons.
a. 51. wagner:
- STABLE-
Slablo bick of Slatt' Insurance block
?t.QWS1!,!M!K!Ss.;j
i . VJ-
ay"
Sfi E)&
A (W iliWu-li- sO ! iMMWfs -
RUNS
'ullman SloopiV Cars
ElegantSDiniV Cars
Tourist Sleooino1 Cars
To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, targo,
'!rand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
iieienaanu uuiie.
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, New
York, lloston, and all Points
East ami South
For information, time cards, maps and
tickets, call on or wrltn r
THOMAS, WATT & CO.
AGENTS,
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or.
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Act.,
1 1 Morrison St., corner Third Portland. Or.
LOO!) pOISOH
' Zh ss sssssi. Prlmsr (Ua.
A SPEC1ALT T 0
riJ-nf kiii isi tltinM cnniDnHfl
cured In 14 to J4 dais. You can t tresu J
mobs for suae prlca nnder stms Kuaraa-
ty. ir you proirr o ootbb u'!"r T.!. ""TT
SSrEauViNo"tTInaVtiulTh.-i7C4
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wa oaw "r. " - n: .iiJ ;..
1KB
ste 1
cae we c
""w i. z: .. ..
uiijt Kiua CHUiusa uw w.w w
ocaaiaoeearii. 'fhUUiaaut has BlirsM
tko skill o( t lie taost etnlseat phyl-
bttfled
CUM.
w
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pUs7coBer UoloreUHpots. " oa
nyprt cf theKxlr. Hair oTr?1lRS;waft,,,Jl?I
eut. II Is IMS BecooOarT BLOOD rOISOW
The 6apitul Journa
FOR
' THE
CAPITAL JOURNAL
does not do 11 lottery business to swell
its circulation; but In addition to
giving valuo received, It gives Its sub
scribers valuable premiums.
Now Is tho tlmo to order your read
ing matter, and It will pay you to no
tice tho following special olTcrs.
Any ono ot the following four perl-odlcals-Ifreo,
one year, to any sub
scriber of THE JOURNAL who pays
ai r.n in n ilvnt wn fnr t.lin ilnllv. tiv car
rier, thrco mouths, (CO cents a month)
or by mall six months, (25o 11 month)
or tho weekly 18 months, ($1 a year.
Mm iput, l(ti nili?Q
1 1 lua t ruteiT" f nil lo 1 1
miiRazIno ot Now York freo for ono
. ... , .
year. Tlio above prices arc not casti,
nnd T.lin piinnnphr. nTniimiiMfiii uvur ui"
fcrcd. Tlio "Queen" Is a lilgli-clasa
prnotlcal, homo miiRazlnc.
II
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c2
A practical farm paper, edited by a
stall of experienced agricultural
writers, contributed to by tlio best
Known agriculturists 01 mu cuuuuy
It contains what tlio farmer wants.
))
tt
a linnrlsoino.fattractlvo. 'homo pa
per, to which every womun will kIvo
a hearty welcome.
I
That great national nowspaper,
hlch Is known to everybody
Oil Garden
Tho delightful Chicago children's
magazine. Just tho thing to read to
tho llttlo ones of tho homo circle It
brings tho kindergarten Into tho
homo. Sonir. names and Btory, Beau
tifully Illustrated. $1 a year, Pub
lished by tho Kindergarten Literature
Co, six months.
L
DM ITIP
A book oy iu. iioicr, on 1110 lunun
primary systcm.prlco 23 cents. Can bo
liad lnstcao 01 any 01 mo uuuvu iuuui-lums.
ma op
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TB
tM
NEWS
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ffr
1896.
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For,. 25c
Dully oiiC'inontli.
moiitks.
Weekly thrco
Our Great Features
THE JOUltNAL Isprc-oiuliiontly
a paper for tho people, In nows, poli
tics unci editorial opinions.
Farm Department
THE .lOUItNAL docs not protend
to bo an agricultural paper, but
keeps up n well-edited farm depart
ment, by a compotenb farmer, who
knows tho needs of tho Oregon
farmer. It also contains correct
market roports.
Woman's Department
A largo volumo of social nows and
?ood homo matter of Interest to tho
cmlnluonartof tho family Is ono
of tho attractive features of THE
JOUltNAL, tho only nowspapor In
urcgou employing a nuiy cuuor.
Youth's Department
This feature is ono of greats voiuo
to n family with boos and girls.
THE JOOIINAL will not publish
wishy-washy stuff In thlsdopart
mont, but good, bracing matter, of
an entertaining and educating char
acter. A Modern Newspaper
THE JOURNAL Is tho first nnd
and only paper In Oregon to meet
tho hard times by reducing tho prlco
and sending out only what papers
ara paid for In advance, and runs
no bills. All papers aro Ntoppcd
when tho tlmo expires. This Is im
portant, and you should tako tho
bcnoilt of It, Instead of paying out
moro money for poarer papors. Sub
scribe now, nnd fntorest your friends
In THE JOUltNAL, if thoy nro not
already taking It.
State, County and Local News
Tho largest amount for tho least
money. If you can'tget monoy order
or draft, lust enclose tho currency or
sllvor. Wo rccolvo hundreds of let
ters with stiver oncloscd, and never
lost 11 cent that way. Head our
premium list belew:
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had by cnlllng nt THE JOURNAL
olllco or dropping us a postal card.
Any two of tho ubovo periodicals
can bo secured by paying 9'S nnd tak
ing THE JOURNAL twlco as long as
required to secure ono.
when tho extremely low prlco of
THE JOURNAL Is considered, this
will bo found tho most liberal offer
mado by any paper on tho coast.
om warn
EDITORS;
Salem, - Oregon,
C M
.
EAST AND SOUTH
.VIA-
Shasta Route.
OP THE
Southern Pacific Co,
California Express Train Run tlati between
I'oriianu and san rranctsco.
South P
I North
8:50 p. m.
1 1:00 p. m.
10:45 a. ni.
iv. l'oruana ai.
lv Salem I v.
ar. San Fran, lv,
1 ..ii
Above trains stop at EaatJPortland, Oregon
City, Wodburu, Salem, Turner, Maifon,
Icllerson, Albany, Albany junction, Tangent
Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City,
Eugene, Croswsll, Drain, f end alt st.iiiom
trom RoseburR to Ashland, Inclusive,
RUSKIIURR MAIL DAILY.
South .
raorlfi'""
8:;i0 11.111.
T; i'ortTnlHrnr.
4:lt) p.m.
2:0 ji.tn
8:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
lv. Kalom lv.
o:20 p.m.
I ar. Itosob'tf lv.
HALl'.M l'ASSENOKU.
"South
"fortl1"'
1:00 p.m.
0:10 p.m.
lv. PortlautTiir
ar. He:
lv. I 8:1
15 a.nu
ar. Salem
00 a.m.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE
PULLMAN UUi-'FET SLEEPERS
aud second-class sleeping csrs attached to all
tnrougn trains.
WEST SIDE DIVISION,
Between Portland and Corvallls, dally (ex
cept Sunday, )
7:30 a.m.
TvT
Ar.
Portland.
Corvallls.
J
6120 p. m.
tt P. m.
Ii5p.m
At Albany and Corvallls connect with
nlns of Oregon Central & Eastern Railroad.
trains
Express train dally except Sunday.
44S V' "i
7125 p. m.
Lv. Portland Ar.
Ar. McMlnville Lv
8:35 a. m .
S:5oa. m.
THROUGH TICKETS
to all points in the Eastern States, Canada
and Europe can be obtained at lowest ratei
from W.W. SKINNER. Agent, Salem.
E. P, ROGERS, Asst. G. l". & P. A.,
Portland, Or.
R. KOEHLER. Manager.
GLANCE AT THIS MAW
Of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
Railway and note Its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha,
and romembor when going east that its trt'on
are lighted with electricity and heated by
steam. Its equipment Is superb. Elegant
Bullet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chairs. Each sleeping
car beithhas an electric leading lamp, and
its dining cars aro the best In the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but none
are shorter, and no other offers tho above lux
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket agents In every rail
road office will give yon further Information,
or address
C.T.EDDY, General Agent,
J. W. CASEV, Trav, Paw. Agent.
Portland
0. R. & N. CO.
E. .M'NEILL,t!RECEIVER,
TO THE .EAST GIVE5 THE CHOIC
Two Transcontinental
RoulGc.
Via Spokane Minneapolis siPuulnd Den
ver Omaha and Kansas Ciiy.Low rates to
easterncitles.
'.OCEAN CITIES,:
rortland San Faancisco.J
Steamers leave Alnsworth dock. Portlan d
May 17, 32, 37 and June 1,6, II, 16, 31, 26
Fare Cabin, $5; steerage, $3. 50.
WILLAMFTTE RIVER DIVISION.
PortlandsEugene.
Steamers Ruth and Elmore for Portland
dally except Sunday at 10 a, m.
For Corvallls dally except Sunday at 130
p;m,
For Eugene Monday and Thursday at aijo.
Lowest freight and passenger rates, Round
trip tickets very cheap. Tickets sold anil
baggage checked through to all points with,
out extra transfer charges.
For full details cation lioisa & Parker
sgents, SaUm, Oregon, or address.
W. II. HURL11URT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt, Portland, Or
For full details call on or address
O. M. POWERS,
Foot of Tradest . Local igent.
1114 i ir it HOI) vli."M
naiad fi.r buuomiu'4
I't.a.1. Spi tUlIUIl(. (J,
I cjiarsn. of "' IwUmou
tl..u ..I tniiuuii civin
mErMONiiMeub : JZZHlZt
'or mat In pUlu vttrr,
by tttrn, vitpuU, tat
irvuiar tut " twa
Chicago, Milwaukee,
& St. Paul By.,
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