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DAILY CAP..AL JOURNAL, 6ALCM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13,1904.
4. i UREE & L RHEUMATISM UNABLE TO BLEEP At NIOHT. Stdnsy, Ohio, August 20, 1003. A few montht ago I waa feellnn: weak nd run down and unable to get loop at night. I felt extremely bad, and alio had NOT A SM DISEASE. It is natural to rub the spot that hurts, and when rheumatic Sains are shooting through the joints and-muscles and they are Kxflamcd and sore, the sufferer is apt to turn to liniments and plasters wr relief ; and "while such treatment may quiet the pain temporarily, 3 amount or ruoDing or blistering can cure Rheumatism, because it not a skin disease, but is in the blood and all through the system. mid every time you are exposed to the same conditions that caused ae first attack, you are going to have another, and Rheumatism mjasijuai us juii us iuc poiBon is in me dioou, no matter wuai tl appiy externally. 'I oo much acid m the blood is one cause of icumatism; stomach troubles, bad digestion, weak kidneys and ' 1 a w r w orpia liver are otner causes nth bring on this painful dis ease, "-because the blood becomes tinted with the poisonous mat- ir "which theso. orcrntin fnil in aflhr out of the system. Ccr- Rain secret diseases will produce oicumatism, and of all forms us is the m()3t stubborn and ESvcrc, for it seems to affect Every bone and muscle in the Epody. The blood is the medium ay wnicn tnc poisons anu actus ire carried through the system, and it doesn't matter what kind ot Rheumatism you have, it must be treated through the blood, or you Kan never get permanently rid of it. As a cure for rheumatic trou bles b.b. b. has never been equalled. It doesn't inflame the stomach End ruin the digestion jikc Potash, Alkalies and other strong drugs, out tones up tue general ucauu, geniiy stimulates the sluggish organs, and at the same time antidotes and filters out of the blgpd all poisonous acids and effete matter 67 every kind ; and when S. S. S. has restored the blood to its natural condition, the painful, feverish (joints and the sore and tender muscles are immediately relieved. ': Our special book on Rheumatism will be mailed free to those losirine- it. Our physicians will cheerfully answer all letters asking tar special information or advice, for which no charge is made. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GAm rxioumntio pains in my joints and mua olea. The medlolne I uied cave me only temporary rollef at beat; bo seeing 8. 8 8. highly recommended for auoh trou ble!. I becan lta use. and after taking- it for aome time was well plenoed with the result, it aid away witn the rneutnatlo pains, favo me refreshing; sleep and built un my gonoral system, Brirlnir me strength and onersv. It is a trood medl- oino, without a. doubt, and I tako pleas ure in endorsing it. r. p. d. no. i. a. s. DOuanTON. PLEASANT ARMSTRONG HEARING Supreme Court Listens to Some Eloquent Arguments It Is a Nice Point of Law to the Lawyers bat Hair Splitting to Lay men A Genuine School House. A Rchcol housed one of the "little red" bc. it to bo found only In th coun try district!-. Is sometimes presented Jnon the Etngo. but nlmost invariably Ipy painted ennvns. A school Iiouso Enillt solid" nnd completely furnlshoJ Jltli d.'sks, tnblea, blackboards and nil, however, was uicd in Hoyfs "A midnight Doll," presented by the Joker Enterprises at Portland, Oro sgon. The house was moved bodily on Sand off the stage, and was more sub- Istantlnl than many of those to bo found along tha country lnnos. Tba home wns the combinod efforts of Scenic Artist Schultz and Singe Me chanic II. D. McCabo, of tbo Unkor Theatre. This is carrying stngo ronl Ism to tho limit Ex-Mlnlster Denby Dead. DufiaIo, N. Y.. Jan. 13 Charles Denby, formerly United States minis tor nt Poldn, dod suddenly at the Hotol Sherman In Jamestown, this morning, where hs delivered an ad dress Tuosday night. The Pleasant Armstrong case, that hns attracted considerable attontlon throughout tho stato, like Banquet's ghost, will not down. Yesterday af ternoon it again came up for hearing In the supromo court, this time on tbo application of tho attorneys for tho condemned man to secure a certificate of probnblo cause, to act as a stay of procoadlns of tho death sontonco, which, undor tho death warrant, will bo carried out on January 22d, next, unless Interfered with by tho court. George J. Bontloy, one of tho attor neys for Armstrong, prosontcd the ap plication for a cortlflcnto of probable cause to tho court He stated that, after the mandato of tho supremo court had been received In the circuit court, Judge Eakln had entered an or der fixing the date for tho execution of Armstrong for January 22d, next, nnd he argued that the couit had no jurisdiction to make an order sentenc ing tho prisoner to hnng In Bnkor county, for tho reason that no law existed at that tlmo under which such an execution could take place, and ho urged tho discharge of tho prisoner, as tho latter could not bo oxecuted at tho penitentiary, tho crimo for which ho had boon convicted having been committed beforo tho onactment of tho law providing for oxecutlons at tho stato's prison In Snlom. Bloquontly did Mr. Bentloy argue boforo tho court that a death warrant had been Issued at tho conclusion of tho first trial of Armstrong last Feb ruary, when tho dato of tho execution wns fixed, but that tho appeal having AagMsjy- "Train 1 'St A mMlnUlA v-r sf ftXiVftillHSllLVl A tfllf fjtnt Will inril1 9lV ! $ the killing of a Majcstiq WflliiBlijf to lvers f tne dumb ft fijl Bull ' Moose, written by )MBiPfclf inhabitants of the forest, jK Bj the naturalist - author, yajflM as well as to those who W E Charles G. D. Roberts. IvHRil follow them with a gun.- $J si xmimv' vfij SBBBBBBBBPIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBttBi iB-9 BBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbY '13 IbbbbbbbbbbbbV K StmmWvtbmmmTm. ta?3i obbbbbbT jffiflWWW:fiff.rMsMaaaaal ijjf BBBBBB? mm JSBBwVaSIPSBBBBflPlfifflPKr BBBBBBBf a a flBBsV I Ml SMmTlCC&mJmmmX VmmW I ' SO 11 mm VlRBBBaBBBBBBBBBr SBS jftj m&mmmm MAGAZINE for Jarruary Also contains "THe Christmas Peace," by Thomas Nelson Paok. A Christmas Reverie," by Buss Carman. "Love Story of Mary, Queen of Scots," by Maurice Hewlett. "Confessions of a Wall Street Private Secretary," by Jane Wade. ioo Illustrations Really a 35-cent Magazine for 15 cents. 160 pages of Reading (C 43) R. H. RUSSSLI., PUBUSHKR, 3 W. 20.TH ST., N. V. fe! provontcd tho sheriff from acting un dor that death warrant, tho latter or der was dead, and that the subsequent ordor mado by the court In December was, In effect, a now death warrant, and, that being so, and It directing tho execution of- Armstrong as of that date, there was no law authorizing such a death warrant. He plead va liantly his client's cnuso, holding that the courts could not logally toke awny tho Hfo of Armstrong, nnd urging tho stay of proceedings until n propor showing could bo -made beforo tho court. Tho single quoslion prosontcd by Mr. Bentloy was as to whothor the first death warrant was dond, or whether It was only suspended pend ing tho appeal, nnd ho argued for tho former proposition. Captain Samuel White, tho district attorney, opposed tho application, holding the othor view, thnt tho death warrant Issued by Judge Eakln In May wns only suspended by the ap ponl, and that, no orror having boon found In tho record of tho case, tho af firmation of the. court had simply re vived tho death warrant, but thnt the dato for tho oxocutlon having passed, n now dato had to be fixed. Mr. Bontley asked tho court this questien: "If a man convicted of larceny ap pealed, and, ponding the appeal, was roloasod on ball, would the mnmlato of tho supreme court, affirming tho judgmont, give tbo sheriff tho right to nrrost tho man at once, and bring him Into court without p. now war rant?" To this Chief Justice Moore replled: "Yefl, sir; It would be tho defend ant' duty to be thero." Captain White's argument was sim ply to the effect that the oxplratlon of tbo date fixed for the execution in the susponded doath warrant simply bus ponded tho Judgment, but did not In torforo with the final carrying Into ef fect of tho sontence, if tho Judgment of the trial court wag found to bo cor rect, in spite of tho subsequent chang'o In tho law. Tho Armstrong case is ono that has attracted groat attention. Armstrong on Christmas, 1902, shot and killed Ills fiancee, Miss Minnie Ensmingor. Ho was arrosted, tried and sentonccd to bo hanged under tho old law. Ho ap pealed and sentence wns susponded. Meanwhile tho legislature had changed tho law, repealing tho old nnd enact ing a now ono providing for execu tions at tho penitentiary. Pending the appeal tho new law wont Into effect, and whon Armstrong wns finally sen tenced a second time the old Inw had ceased to exist, and tho now ono, passed aftor his trial, was In effect. Hcnco his attorneys claimed thnt ho could not bo oxecuted undor tho old law, as it did not exist, nor could ho be hanged at tho prison In Salem, for tho erlmo wns committed boforo thnt law went Into effect, and his crimo wns not covorod by tho latter act, nnd they nrguo, In so mnny words, that thero is no law undor which Arm strong can bo hanged, and he must, therefore go froo nnd unpunished. tho diva doos not lonve until tho even ing of tho 12th. An Invitation hns nlso been ex tended for a trip on n special train to Tamalpal8. Madnmo Patterns thus inr tiecnneu social nuonuon on ac-J count of tho strnin of tho sixty con Certs sho'ls undor contract to give SOCIETY ITEMS FORM COYOTE MOUNTAIN HEADLIGHT. Dr. Itoborts wont to Susanvlllo yes terday on professional business. It is not yet known whether it Is a boy or n child. Alvln Brown stayed In our berg Sunday night His visits nro becom ing quite periodical. Miss Mabel Adklns has boon tnklng lossons on coasting on snow shoes Sovornl of the Indlos wore out and thoro was a rogular aurora borenlls display of roman hosdery on the hillside. Mrs. T. P. Hall nnd llttlo daughter hnvo been Indisposed this week, but nro convnloacont as wo go to press. Tempsrance Meeting. Rev. O M. Reese will address tho gospel tempcrnnco meeting nt the W. C. T. U. hall at 7:C0 this evening. Humors , Trior Uko no3cslon of tho body, anX aro Lords of Misrule. They are attended by plmpless bolls, th Itching tetter, (alt rheum, nnd oUier cu taneous eruptions; by feelings of weakness,, languor, general debility and wh.it not. They cnuso moro surtcrine than anything: else. Health. Strength, Pence and Pleaxuto require tholr expulsion, nnd this ) posi tively oftected,. according to thousand! 6C grateful testimonials, by Hood's Sarsaparilla Which radically and permanently driver them nut and hullds up tho whole oyetcm. WW Ull MUMMWmiMWMWiaBMMMIMajHMiiiiHi ir- A Few Pointers. Tho recent statistic!) of the nurabor of deaths show that tho largo majority die with consumption. This disease may commence with an apparently harmless cough which can bo cured? instantly by Kemp's Balsam for tho throat and lungs, which is guaranteed: to euro and rollovo all cases. Prico 25c and 50 cents. For salo by alii trugalBts. 1 Branson & Rngan. , Keep all kinds of grocorica, an thoy nro tho host that can bo found' In tho city. You don't know It untlB you havo tried thorn. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bougfrt t(2arfffy!&c Boars tho Signature PATH AT SALT LAKE Marcus R. Mayor, manngor for Madame Pattl, stated yoetorday that tho diva arrived at Salt Lake yos torday morning from Minneapolis, where sho played on Decombor 30 to ?10.000. Tho Mechanics' pavilion, where tho concert wns held, sonts G000 peoplo. Whllojnt Minneapolis tho dlvn was glvon a sleigh rldo be hind tho champion pacer, Dan Patch, owned by "Mr. Savage, tho proprlotor of tho pavilion. At Salt Lake tonight Pattl will sing In a concert at tbo Mormon Tabcrnaclo, under tho ausplcoe of the choral society of tho tabernacle. The concert Is to begin with a chorus of 400 voices. The placo has a seating capacity of 9000, and the Indications ar that tho audience will bo tho larg est of any concert given on tho pres ent tour. Tho largest house so far was at Philadelphia, where tho re ceipts were $13,000, nnd were largor than the. recolpts of any Pnttl en gagement In Philadelphia oven in grand opora. Slnco returning from I.os Angoleg, Mr. Mayor has received a requoat from President James Phelnn of the Ilohomlon olub that Madamo Pattl nccept a reception at the club during her engagement. Tho courtesies of the club wero aleo extended to Mad ame Patti's husband, Baron Cedor strom. Mr. Mayor stated that It would probably be impossible for tho diva to accept the invitation before tho flret oonoert, as she will not arrive till Wednesday evening, and she makes it a rule to make no engage ments for the day of a concert. He thought It probable, however, that a reception could be given on tho day following the concort of tbo llth. as 1 iPTfWTITfil Evaporated 1 Cream I jHbe&rlng tin aboie cap label, flows H , fmm iKk run rich In erarv Ineredlant ! I B which enters Into body building. H I Economy I Brand I B carrlas our guarantee as to Its D M careful preparation, richness and fB B purity. It Is dlllerent from the fB A watery brands and adds a rich A nets to your food. Try It and you will bo con-lnced It is the best. H H Look for our cap label. H HELVETIA MILE M JH CONDENSIHO CO. JA sLWw Highland, Illinois OHL fsfffAsJsfflfJBfJsVJsfJljHBJlSJt3W I S ifK? fcsaP mV Selling Out At Cost Beginning Monday, January 4, 1904, I will cell my entire stock of groceries at Cost. 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