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Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1896-1899, December 15, 1896, Image 3

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Mothers
Anxiously watch declining hoalUi of
ticir daughters. So many arc cut off
,y luiisuniptioii in early years that
lucre i cal cause for anxiety. In
e caily stages, when not beyond
I e reach of inedicliic, Hood's Sarsa
i..illla will resfoio the quality and
,iuintity of tho blood and thus give
Loud health. Itead the following letter:
It I but Just to write about my
diugbtcr Cora, aged 19. Bho was com
plete! run down, declining, had that tired
frellrg, ana menas saiu sue wouiu not
,veocr three months.
She bad a bad
t
nd nothing seemed tu uo Jier anjr good.
I happened to read about Hood s Sarsapa
tilU and had her ghc it n trlnl. From the
very first dose he begnu to get belter.
After taking a few hollies alio was com
pletely cured ancl her hcati hai been the
best ever since." 'Mm. jVdoie Peck,
12 Itallroad Plaw, Amsterdam, N. Y.
'I will say that mji mother has not
fitted my caso in as strong words as I
would liae done. Hood's Sarsaparllla
bis truly cured mean.d J am now well."
Coba Peck, Amiterdam, N.Y.
Be sure to get Hood's, because)
noocis
rsaparilla
Iitlie One True Wood Turgor. All drupglsK ?1.
Prep-ired only 3 0. 1. Hood & On . Low ell. Mass.
u-..,i,. rn r well eerta1)lro.
nood s Pills ii-ihf i...i hoin-ini y
In Favor of the Government,
Many Thousands of Acres Go Back
to the Governnienti
Washington, Dec. 15. Chief Jus
tice Fuller announced the opinion of
the supremo court In the case of the
United States ys. the Oregon & Cali
fornia, and Oregon Central companies,
lnolving titles to valuable lands near
Portland, Or., reversing the decision
of the circuit court of appeals for the
ninth circuit.
The case is what is known as the
quadrant case. The decision of the
circuit court for the district of Ore
gon found in the favor of the govern
ment's contention, but was reversed
by the circuit court of appeals. The
chief justice's opinion in turn re
verses the circuit court of appeals,
and sustains the circuit court and the
government contention. About 200,-
000 acres in Washington county 'are
involved in this decision.
In the case of Charles W. Nord
strom vs. the state of .Washington,
the opinion of the state supreme court
was affirmed. Nordstroin is under
sentence to be hanged for murder.
This decision will have the effect of
confirming the sentence. He made
an effort ito have the verdict of the
court below reversed because the pro
ceedings aRalnst him were based on a
process of Information rather than aa
indictment by the grand Jury. The
cases of Harry Kramer, charged with
murder, and Adolph Krng, defalca
tion, also from the state of "Washing
ton, were dismissed by the court.
OTHER DECISIONS.
The decision of the United States
supreme court in the quadrant
case, settles the title to about 200,000
acres of valuable land in Washington
county. More than 500 settlers occupy
the land and they will now be en
abled to get a title to the lands.
The land in question consists of a
quadrant shaped tract having a radius
of ten miles, situated adjacent to a
point above, the Tallroad which was
started to run from Portland to As
toria; stopped and turned at a right
angle and run south to McMlnnvllle.
The government claimed that there
were two roads to which the grants
were given, the Portland and Astoria
road, and the oneTunning from Ilills
boro to McMinnville, while the rail
road company claimed that the whole
was one continuous road and they
were entitled to a grant ten miles In
width along the whole line.
When the grant, on the line from
nillsboro to Astoria lapsed, many set
tlers, considering this quadrant tract
government land, took up homesteads
and pre-emption claims from the uov
ernment. Many who had bought
OASI'ORIA.
5llfS-
C0IKO1
I
DECfSION
claims from the railroad company quit
paying them and entered their claims
tinder the law as public lands and
dome have kept on pa inp the railroad
company till tliis time. The govern
ment finally brouKlit suit, in the
United States district here to quiet
title to these lands and the cacsas
decided in favor of the government by
Judge Bellinger sutnc three years ago.
The company appealed the case to the
circuit court or appeals, -and it re
versed Judge Bellinger's decision.
Tho government then appealed to the
supremo court of the United States,
wnlch has now recrsed the court of
appearand sustained Judge Bellinger.
The settlers who have taken tlnlr
claims under the government will bo
rejoiced at this decision. Those who
have been paying the railroad com
pany will probably endeavor to secure
a return of their money, and there
will bc'.lntcrmlnab'e litigation over
tho matter.
STAYTON.
Miss Matty Pebler of Portland, is
visiting at the home of her sister,
Airs. Thurst Karns, this week.
Mr. Frank Thomas has returned
from Salem, where he has resided for
the past three months.
A. D. Gardner is having an addi
tional room built to his residence.
Messrs. Mager and Davenport have
bills out for a masquerade to be giyen
on Christmas Eve at the opera house.
Mr. Balsley made a business trip to
Salem last week.
Work was begun last week upon the
bridge which was damaged by the
high water several weeks ago, the ap
proaches on both sides of the river
were washed down stream and torn
to pieces.
Mrs. Cross is quite ill at her home
on Fifth street, with blood poison.
There is serious danger of her death
resulting fiom same.
Miss Sadie Thomas, who has been
quite ill for the past few weeks, Is on
a fair road to recovery.
Blood is Life.
It is the medium which carries to
every nerve, muscle, organ and fibre
its nourishment and strength. If tho
blood is pure, rich and healthy you
will be well. Hood's Sarsaprllla has
power to keep you in health by mak
ing your blood rich and pure.
Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy
to operate. Cures indigestion thd
biliousness. 25 cents.
Permanent organization of the
Union County Teachers' association
will be perfected at a meeting called
for the purpose in La Grande, Decem
ber 19.
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, alderman, Chi
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's Now
Discovery as an Ideal Panecea for
coughs, colds and lung complaints,
having used it in my family for the
last five years, to the exclusion of any
physician's prescriptions or other
preparations."
Ecy. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: I have been a minister of the
Methodist Episcopal church for 50
years or more and have never found
anything so beneficial, or that gave
me such speedy relief as Dr. King's
New Discovery." Try this Ideal
Cough Remedy now. Trial bottles
iree at Fred A. Legg's drug store.
The toll bridge washed out on the
East Fork by the late freshet in nocd
river has been found almost Intact a
quarter of a mile below, where it
lodged In some drift. Glacier.
FREE TO EVERY MAN.
The Method of a Great Treat
ment for Weakness of Men.
Which Cured Him After Everything
Else Failed.
Painful diseases are bad enough, but when
a man is slowly wasting away with nervous
weakness.the mental forbodings are ten times
worse than the most severe pain. There is
no let up to the mental suflering day or night.
Sleep is almost impossible and under such a
strain men aie scarcely responsible for what
they do. For years the writer rolled and
tossed on the troubled sea of s xual weakness
until it was a question whether he had not
better take a doie cf poison and thus er.d
all his noubles. but providential iu'pira
lion came to his aid in the shape of a combi
nation of medicines that not only completely
restored the general health, but enlaiged his
weak and emaciated parts to natural site and
vigor, and he now declares that any man who
will take the trouble to send his name and
address may have the method of this wonder
f ul treatment free. Now when I say free I
mean absolutely without cost, because I want
every weakened man to get tli benefit of my
cxp:rience. T
I am not a philanthropist, nor do I poe as
an enthusiast, but there are thousands of men
suffering the tortures of weakened manhood
who would be cured at once could they
but get such a remedy as the one that cured
ire Do not try to study out how I can allurd
to pay the few postage stamjis necessary to
mail the informrtion. but send for it and learn
that there ate a few things on eaitb 'hat
although they cost nothing to get they are
worth a fortune to some men and man a
lifetime of happiness to tnpt of us. Wmeto
Tk-,.. si.iir. lint 100. Kalamatoo. Mien..
and the information will be mailed in a plain
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similating ihcToodandRcgula
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ncss andltestContalns neither
Optum.MorphinC nor Mineral.
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The Willamette Hotel, Salem, Oregon, calls attention to the
f edduced rate now made persons visiting the capital city upon
offiaial or other business, The Willamette is located in the
business center of the city, opposite the postofficcj also in same
building are the telegraph and Wells, Fargo & Co, oltices, The
electric street cars "terminate and leave the hotel every few
minutes for all public buildings and other points of interest,
Every and all conveniences are offered to our patrons, The
Willamette is headquarters for all public men, Is one of the
largest and best equipped hotels in the northwest,
Very respectfully,
A, I, WAGNER, Prop,
: YELLOWSTONE :
And Elk Rye, the two highest grades whiskey made, kept ex
clusively at the Willamette Bar. This place has been
completely refurnished and supplied and is conducted in the
best of style. Nothing but the purest goods kept.
J. B.NYE, - Proprietor.
SALEM
TEAM
DYEING
AND
105 COMMERCIAL
STREET.
WALDEMAR NELSON, - PROPRIETOR,
Ladies and 'gents clothing and fine fabrics of all kinds cleaned and dyed. Carpots,
blankets, flannels. Bilk underwar. ladies' hats, straw bats and feathers dyed and renovated,
silk hats, ironed. Silk bats, stiff hats and soft hats cleaned, dyed, blocked and renovated.
Orders by stage, mail, or express will receive prompt attention. With the most complete
and expensive plant in the state.
T?n,. tk i-icf 70 vRirs we.
sumption in stock, and would sooner think a groceryman could
get along without sugar in his store than we could without
Piso's Cure. It is a sure seller. RAVEN & CO., Druggists,
Ceresco, Michigan, September 2, J 896.
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OREGON CENTRAL
Eastern R. R. Company
(YAQUINA BAY ROUTE.
Connecting at Yaaiina Day with the Sa
Francisco & Yaquina Bay Steamship Oo.
STEAMER ALBANY Leaves Salem for
Portland at 10:30 a, m. Tuesdays, Fridays
and Sundays. Leaves Salem for Corvallis,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 3130
p. m.
STEAMER "FARALLON,"
Sails from Yaquina every 8 days for San
Francisco, Coos Bay, Port Orfora, Trinidad
and Ilumbolt Bay.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
and California.
Fare from Albany or points west to San
Franciscoi Cabin, $9; steerage, ty, to Coos
Bay and Port Or ford, cabin f 0: to Humbold.
Bay, cabin (8; round trip, good 60 days, f i6t
YAQUINA BAY.
The most popular seaside resort on the
North Pacific Coast. No undertow surf
bathing absolutely safe."
For those wishlnc to combine htinllnrr and
fishing with aquatic sports, this resort has no
eqnai. Deer, bear, elk, cougar. DrooK trout
and salmon trout can be found in abundance
within a few hours' drive of the bay,
tyReduced rates to all points.
EDWIN STONE, Manager, Ccrvallis, Or
J. C. MAYO, Supt. River Division.
M. P. BALDWIN, Local Agent.Altona Decli
Salem.
FASHIONS CHANGE
tf but yf
POZZONI'S
Complexion
X POWDER X
V T1! finest, purest and most bautN V
k fyinir toilet powder ever mad. It far A
r soothlDf, heallnr, heaUbfnl and r,
Aliarmleast and when rfeutly used t A
JoTiarble. II you have never tried f
POZZOHVS ft
f you do not now what an IBEAX fS
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A IT IS SOLD EYEKTWIIESE. A
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Mio(, MacoMVatchMln mouth. HorVf iroat,
any part o tiielwdr, Hair or Krbra w iaUkuf
out, IS le tbufeeoaisary BtoptJ FOliRll
wa rurta tea to tare. We aoHcH lit mott mSiu
siata caaea and cttBllajim tba wnrl.l n. m.
(MtMael theaklll erf the aaoec mlatit plirf l"
nun Bauua jlis a..a.i - - ...
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A refintd complexion moat use VououV Vow
der. It produce a aolt and boaotlful skin.
Tho Rosy Frohno
And a velvety aoftneu ot tbe skin I (nva
rtably oUUIoed by those who use l'ouom'a
tJomplcilou Powder.
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ONE WEEK
: : THE GREAT :
ffli I ar m M a?- m .aFV aT fla aT" at"
'MU Y MAM '
. . . DICTIONARY . . ,. - .
A limited number of sets of tliis great work will be distributed
inSalcm and vicinity at the low introductory prices.
Dictionary and Encyclopaedia
50,000 encyclopaedic subjects,
cost of $750,000. Four massive volumes, Weight 40
iONTO TSf T AID Secures tho delivery of the entire wnrkt
VaIN-D 1VW-I J jt balance to bo paid at the rate of 81.25
per month for one- year. Send your
natuo and address to tho TacUlo Coast Newspaper Syndicate, caro or tho
Journal, and you will bo supplied with sample pages for examination.
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SMQ, PAUL - A
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GLANCE 'AT 1HISIMAP.
Of the Chicago, Milwaukeo 'and St. Paul
Railway and note its connection with all
transcontinental lines at St. Paul and Omaha.
and remember when going- east that Its tru'tw
are lighted with electricity ana heated by
steam. Its equipment is superb. Elegant
Buffet, library, smoking and sleeping cars,
with free reclining chain. Each sleeping
car beithhas an electric reading lamp, and
its dining cars are the best in the world.
Other lines are longer than this, but noM
are shorter, and no other Offers the above lux
urious accommodations. These are sufficient
reasons for the popularity of "The Milwau
kee." Coupon ticket ageats in every rail
road office will give yon further irtfoncatl,
or address
C.J.EDDY, Geerai Agett,
T. W. CASEY. Trav. Pu,ABt.
PerHana
Northern Pacific
Railway.
RUNS
Pullman Sleeping Cars.
Elegant Dinin Cars1
Tourist SlooDin0 Cau
To Si. Paul, Minneapolis, Dulutb, targo,
"Jrand Forks, Crookslon, Winnipeg,
-Helena and Butte.
THROUGH TICKETS
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, Ntw
York, Doston, and all Points
East awl South
For information, time cards, maps an
tickets, call on or writs
THOMAS, WATT & CO,
AGENTS,
265 Commercial srreet, Salem, Or,
A, D. Charlton, Asst. Oen'l. LPass. Act.,
;Morruon St.. corner; I nird roriianu. ut.
Ulf it a Dan.DOUoDoar
ttrnttir lot uooorrboa
iiiet. Bptrmatorrhoia,
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cIukkm, or ear lululnms.
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tor purity, and lor Improvement ot tbe com
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TO THE
VIA THE
Union Pacific System
ihrough Pullman Palace Sleepers. Tount.
Sleepers and Free Reclining Chabr lUy
between
Portland to Chicago,
Our trains are heated W tea i
lighted by Pintsc flight.
Time to Chicago, 3 Li Jay
uric iu new xotk, 4 1-3 uays,
fWhlch it many hours quicker thafl 1
11111" a.
For nlti, tbste tables ad fell iafonsiftttM
apply to
BOISE ' BJ.XKJBR,
Afteirtsj SMM, Ot.
R. V DAXTER, C. E. BROWN,
Oneral Agent Dit.Pas.Uit
135 Third Stet, 1'ortbwd.
0. R. & N, GO.
TO THIS EAST GIVES THE CHOiCB
OP
Two Transcontirwtbl
Routes.
' Via Spokaee Mitmepoln Si ftml Hi Dm.
ver Omaha and Kanaa City. "-Lshv1 is!
eastern cities.
30CEAN DIVJSIORJi
Portland San FraaciKO.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock, PdrHaad
Sept. 14, 191 Mr ? ni Oct. 4, 9, Ml-Wm.
and, sg.
rare cabin, (3121 steerage. K.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
For Portland and war points stcawers Ruth
and Elmore dally eiceft Sowky, at ;4S
a. ro. Returning, leave, Portland daily ex
cent Sunday, at 9 a. m. for HsnUbarg anel
way points Jteirnef. Modoc, Tuesday, JTlar-.
day and Saturday, about 5 p. m. Xtturs.
ing, leave tismitwrg ioruorvanw, pwoaty,
Wednesday and Friday at I p, ., anivbtg
at Salem tbe next afternoon.
Lowest freight and passenger rates. Ketwd
trip tickets yery cheap. Tickets sold awl
beecace cheeked throuh to all Mtata w
Oregon, Waahingtosi and Hw at. N
charge for1 baggage ttMsferf. ChekeaMlt
road or tlver route to Portland.
For full details call on Doita atic
agents, Salwa, Otejeo. or Wee.
StLa aa ami (ajaaaTaaBua
W. H. HWRLsWRTT
Ces'l Pa. Agt. Perth, Or
For full details call on or addreee
G. M. POWERS
Foot of Trade it. LoeH Afjant.
MADE ME A MAN
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