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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 0ALKM, OREGON, FItlDAY, AUGUST 18, 1005.
2 I DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL BY HOFER BEOS. OFFICIAL CENSUS SALEM. MAY, 1004, 13,287. 42fflQt tABm f&r MBMMMIMinBHlUmMIl I X-RAYS ImiHEnillKIHEMIHIHIfi; If Oregon wants to boo another po litical upheaval, lot it ondorso Chincso importation. to China to two ob- Conger is going over stop tho boycott thcro nro jeets accomplished at once. Chnuncoy Depow said: When a man knows himself ho knows what to do. Phronology tolls htm what ho is. Those Portland spollbinders -would liko to import Chinese, forgetful of tho fact that they would looso there by their bost homo market. Bhonts says ho has money enough for tho Panama canal work, until con gress meets; As it only requires tho payment of a fow dozen grave diggers this may bo truo, but how nbout tho officers' Ralnrics. i A communication, anonymous, re ceived at this office, had an accompany ing noto, saying tlio editor would bo enthusiastically hugged by lots of fo males. As tho editor is gouo and tho Horso Editor is shy about hugging matches without n previous gllmpso of tho hugger, tho communication is not printod. Tho Home Editor has horso sense enough to avoid taking any chances on that lino. Tho hugging was to bo dono only In caso tho communion tlon was printixl. WANTS ROTUNDITY. Bill Anderson Doing tho Living Skele ton Act. tains, tnblo cloths, etc., wore quickly consumed. Tho Are was discovered by Officer Murphy, who saw smoke issuing from tho front of tho building, nnd quickly turned in tho nlnrm. Though tho (Ire had gained, consldcrnbfo headway be rore the department was on tho scene, they did gooil work whon they arrived, and soon had the flamej under control, The boys have a long credit mark for saving tho building and the other buildings In tho block. Aside from Mr. Lewis, Scott Ferguson, who conducts an oyster parlor next door, was tho only person to suffer any damage. Ho ostlmntos his loss at 'about $50, sus tained by water and brcakago in mov ing pictures and dishes. Mr. Lewis' loss will amount to about $1000, with $C00 insurance. Agonizing Burns. Aro instantly rollovod nnd porfectly healed by Ducklon's Arnica Salve. O. Rlvonbark, Jr., of Norfolk, Va., writes: "I burnt my knee dreadfully) that It blistered all ovor. Bucklon's Arnica Salvo stopped tho pain, and healod it without a scar." Aloo heals all wounds and sores. 25o at J. C. Perry's, Drag- gist, Salem Oregon. FINANCE , km cro1s ACCIDENT OR SUICIDE. A. O. McCamoy Is Found in Bed Shot Through tho Hoad. Wednesday morning, soon after 4 o'clock, says Tho Dalles Chronicle, tho sheriff rccclvod a messago from Ilood IHvor, stating thnt thcro had boon nn accldontnl shooting or sulcldo at that New York, Aug. 12, 1005. Tho financial situation, taken as a whole, has shown no appreciable chango during tho week. As anticipated, tho gcnornl mnrkct evinced distinct irregu larity, fluctuations, except In n num bor of specialties, ruling modoratcly nctlvo within comparatively narrow ranges. At times thero woro evidences of profit-taking by somo of tho larger professional operators, who, howovor, supported tho inarkot In othor direc tions whllo selling their own accumula tions. But nsldo from this- feature? comploto absence of pressure continued and somo of the high-grado investment stocks made further spectacular prog ress during tho week, notably Lacka wanna, Delaware & Hudson nnd Jersey Contrnl. This class of stocks, however, havo now little more- than sentimentnl connection with tho speculative mar kot; they aro not thomsclvea tho sub ject of operations for either nccount, their floating supply, on tho one hand, being so limited thnt short operations nro recognized to bo excoodingly dan gerous, while, on the othor hand-, im modlato nnd prospective divldond dis tributions seem so fully discounted by current quotations thoy furnish slight oncourngemont for operations' for a rise. This In turn Is gradually concen trating speculative nttontion upon tho lowonprlcod stocks, particularly tho industrials anil it seems unfe-to Assume placo. Ho took tho morning trnln, and " thl" lTi!S! '? ritnnt in any actlvety that may develop after the summer vacation period, tho as follews: About 17 miles from Hood River, noar Mt. nood, Mr. A. 0. Mcf Carney' had either nccldontnlly shot himself while In n somnnmbulcnt con dition or hnd committed sulcldo. no wont to bed at tho usual tlmo last nlcht. with apparently nothing tho Industrial stocks will bo particularly prominent. Tho government's monthly crop ro port on Thursdny fully confirmed an ticipations; nnd tho fact that It ex- Hill Anderson wants n hounokcopor, nnd ho wants hor fat. 11111 don't llko nngloB, nnd, uUunuu.li not a baseball I player, ho npproclutcs curves. Ills ar tistic oyo loves lines of bounty, hence this notice that only those who ran bonst of ' embonpoint " need npply. The nppcnl ho, nutdo to a Journal re porter thin morning to nlvo this notice n promlnont plnco was really touching. Hill's wife has gone to Portland, and, In tho meanwhile, ho is making n hope- los effort to bo good. Ho Is doing his own cooking, and consequently Is fad ing rapidly, nnd Is hungry most of tho time. Wages are no object, for Wil liam's Imcklxmo is cutting the threads on tho buttons of his vest, nnd there is no sign of tho return of tho lady who nhartn his sorrows and part of bis joys, nnd mnkos life worth living for him. Hill remarked this morning that, whether life was worth living or not, depended mostly on tho liver. He is wearing his overcoat now iu order to make a Hhndow, and. llko boarding house hash, U "the substance of things hoped for, but seldom seen." matter with him. About 2 o'clock this ertcd no greater influence on, pr ces s morning his wife was awakened by a readily explained by Wall Streot s pistol shot, nnd she found that her almost Invariable policy of discounting husband had boon shot through tho ' vont- Information-authentic head, and tho smoking pistol had j.t Information-!"" 0CI K" fallen from his hand. As soon as pos-! available, showing a brilliant grain slble a physician was colled, but before "vcst outlook, that tho character of ho arrived McCamoy was dead. Tho the government's statement, if it were wife was very much excited whon tho to Influence tho stock market at all, sheriff called on her, nnd tho opinion ' must Iwvo been disappointing. The re was that whllo asloop ho must havo port shows that tho country Is to Have shot himself by reason of somo torrlblo Dumper corn uarvou ...... -- dream, whllo In a somnambulistic state. , record-maklng yield of wheat. Tho com yield iniorpruieu mm iraw "j tho statisticians of tho grain exchanges by n system of figuring that has In ro cent yenrs boon remarkably accurate whon compnrcd with flnnl harvest ro- turns nt tho close of tho yenr, gives Thcro was nothing of n flnnnclal char acter that should havo caused McCamoy to havo taken his own lifo. Ho wns not in nny strnlts In regards to monoy matters, and his married llfo was as happy as could bo. Mr. McCamoy hns for years been ad- promlso of 2003 million bushels The dieted to what might bo termed mental hlKhcBt rocor.i i.crcioioro ... u.. aberration, and nbout 13 years ago, nlshwl by tho consi.s bureau as t ho near this city, attempted to cut his crop of 1800-2,000,410,000 bushes. tliroat Tho government Itself furnishes 424,- Ho was nbout 40 years of age, and 400.000 bushels as Us preliminary ostl has two brothers, Honry and Robert, mato of winter wheat yield, and tho living !. Hood River vnlloy, and three quantitative miorprouiuu.. ... u.u sisters In this city nnd vicinity, Mrs. ' spring whoat promlso is 2S5,:i31,000 X. Morgan, Mrs. P. Obrist and Mrs. P. bushols; togothor thoy Indlcnto 700, Crolghton. Tho coroner loft this nftor- 731,000 bushols as tho total wheat norm to hnlil an Innuost. after which ! yield nn'incronso of more than 107 r. I- .. ..rt. i . u.iiii.h i.ii.iini. nun. run lint- luiri'f.Hi . Illlll. III. Illinuui" ". -" we shall havo further particulars. LAST NIOllT'S FIRE. Ferguson's Restaurant Put Out Business Temporarily. of HOW'S Tins? Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any caso of catarrh that can not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Wo, tho undorslgnod, havo known P. Ul0 nnnnf bl situation. Plro broke out In the restaurant con ducted by O. E, Lewis, on State street, last night about midnight, and when tho 11 nines woro extinguished the build ing had boon completely gutted. Tho ftro started In tho kltohen, but from what cnuse la not known. After con suming everything that was combus tible iu that part of tho building, tho flames swept along tho walls and cell Ing to the front of the rastuurant. i'ur A Savings Bank Account Is an excellent means to accumu late monoy. A small part of one's lucouie deposited regularly will omouut to a large sum In a few yoara For thow who have Idle fund, It afford no Investment that la safe, profitable and convertable into cash when wanted. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS OP ONE DOLLAR OR MORE Savings Department CAPITAL NATIONAL DANK J. Ohonor for tho last 10 years, and bollevo hira perfootly honorable In all buslnoss nnd financially able to carry out any obligations mado by his firm. Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholeialo Druggists, Toleda, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter nally, acting upon tho blood and wu cuous surfaces of tho systom. Teitl moaUTs sent free. Price, 75e per bot tle. Sold by Druggists. Take, Hall's Family Pills for constipation. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. the Kind You Havo Always Bought Blanaiur-J of C&a&Y. f-GMcZjA In connection with tho favornblo crop promlso tho Indications of an ac tive forolgn domnn.l some exporters clnlmlug evidences of a foreign demand oqunl to that of our bost oxport years aro certainly nn tmportnut factor In American mil- Thousandsof Women ARE MADE WELL AMD STRONG 8uooett of Lydla E. Plnkhain's Vegetable Compound Rests Upon tho Fact that It Really Does Make Sick Women Well Thousands upon thousands of Ameri can women havo been restored to health by Lydla E. Pinkham's Vcgotn blo Compound. Tholr lottcra nro on fllo in Mrs. Pinkham's office, and prove this statement to bo a foot and not a mcro boast. Overshadowincr indeed is tho success of this great modlolno, and compared with it all outer medicines uuu ircai ment for women are experiments. Whv has Lvdla E. Plnkhnm's Vege table Compound accomplished its wide spread results for good 7 Wliy nas lv uvea ana inrivuu uuu dono its glorious work for a quarter oi a century ? Simply and surely because of Jto ster ling worth. Tho reason no other nicd ioino ban even approached its success is plainly and positively becnuso thoro is no other mcdlcino in tho world so good for women's ills. Tno wonacnui power oi uyuiu a. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound over tho diseases of womankind is not be cause it is astlmulant not because it is a palllatlvo, but simply beeauso it is the most wonderful tonic and recon Btructor ovor discovered to act dlrcotly upon tho uterine aystem, positively ouiuro dlseaso nnd dlsplacomcnta and restoring health and vigor. Marvelous cures nro reported from all parts of tho country by women who havo been cured, trained nurses who havo witnessed cures, and physicians who havo recognized tho vlrtno In Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegotablo Com pound, and nro fair enough to glvo credit where it is duo. If physicians dared to be frank and open, hundreds of them would acknowledge that they constantly prescribe Lydla B. Pink ham's Vegotablo Compound in severe cases of female ins, as thoy know by experience that it will offect a cure. Women who aro troubled with painful or Irregular menstruation, baclsaoho', bloating (or flatulonco), leucorrhcca, falling, inflammation or ulceration of tho uterus, ovarian troubles, that "bearing-down" feeling, dizziness, faintness. indigestion, nervous pros tration, or tho blues, should tako Im mediate action to ward off tho serious consequences and bo restored to health and strength by taking Lydla E. Pink ham's Vegotablo Compound. Anyway, write to Mrs. Plnkhara, Lynn. Mass., for advice. It's freo and always helpful Thrashing at O. A, O. Tuwday foreuoon say the termina tion of three or four days' harvesting at O. A". U. In the way f threihlug. (loodnfrM only knows now many timss thev ox.iViN a plinin up, the grain threshed was In little "Jugs" of wheat, oats, barley, ry and vth. All of tb varlout groins aad it threshed were almoit wholly in the vroy At xperlmont, and of uo one thing was thero any great quantity. A small pateU of ground would be devoted to a certain thing, and this plot of earth would b carefully inmured, and, af ter tho threshing an etttmate of the yield per aero would bs made, in or- dr to determine the yield. Some of ta wheat went nearly 00 bushels per acre, and v?o wore informed that this was on ground that had been TOtatod first with clover, then corn and lastly Iwltu wheat Corvauls Gsxotte, lers aro taking now winter wheat and nro contracting for now spring wheat to. such an extont that shippers havo thus far been practically unablo to name terms or give refusals to their foreign clients, who nro showing much urgeney. Those Indications of demand for American wheat mean much to tho Amerlenn farmor, and through him to the American manufacturer and tho American transportation Hum. re porters aro already offering alwive 50c for corn deliverable during the latter half of December, or within 10c of tho spot price of old corn, which Is sup posed to be more or less under manipu lation. Itusslan wheat and rye proi poets nro so peor as a result of long continued drouth that Husslan papers are already advising legislation to re strict exports, while usually reliable authorities state that com In llmimar nla and tho oatlro Danuhlan valley Is much below the average. In additlou to bumper crops, therefore, w are reasonably assured of a good foreign demand and in turn continued satis factory prices for our export surplus. SUFFERING WOMEN Need not be sisk any longer for In the Bitters they ean find a sura cure. It Is compounded eipeelsllly for such ail ments at women and girls are subjet to. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS Is a perfectly safe medlelno and has re stored thousands of women to robust health who suffered from aonthly lr. regularlUesM Backache, Dixxine&t, Painting Spells, IndleaUon or Dyspep at,. Try it today, Will Repair Old Bridge Tho county courts of Marion and Linn counties havo decided to repair tho broken brldgo which spans tho Santlnm river nt Mill City, Instead of building a now bridge, as at first con templated. Wodnosdny tho bridge mas ter from Marlon county counseled with Linn county's officer, nnd tho conclu sion above stated wns reached. Tho bridge, which Is ono of tho oxpcnslvo ones across tho Sijntlnm, broko nt ono of the stringers for somo unknown cause, and, as tho location is such as to mnko nro from tho Curtiss Lumbor Company '8 mill dnngcrous, it wns do elded to build tho brldgo in n now nnd hotter location-. Tho now brldgo was to cost $4000. Whon It was found that tho prosont structure could bo repaired for $1000 tho chango in plans wns mado, A Ploasant Way to Travel. The above is the usual verdict of the traveler using tho Missouri Pacific railway botweon tho Pacific const and the east, and wo bcllevo thnt the serv ice and accommodations given merit this statement. From Denver, Colora do Springs and Denver there aro two through trains daily to Kansas City and St. Louis, carrying Pullman's lat est standard electric-lighted sleeping ears, chair earn and up-to-dato dining ears. Tho same excellent sorvlee is operated from Kansas City and St. Louis to Memphis, Little Rock and Hot Springs. If you aro going east or south, write for particulars and full lu-formation. W. O. M'DItlDE, Gen. Agt, 124 Third St,. Portland, Ore. CA0TOlllAk PENSIONS IN AUSTRALIA Among ih clnimt, BMlli for ,B1 New South Wales oM-age peaoiea t, prior sswa the -.amber af ia.H- tMM la the varioas MaU latfitutloas- (M it wivhW rarnv. mtl4k WMrj. part of ,1, -roHU(f olJ M to VMiMfa, the ft-; (I) u W0'uM have a tsadaey to .afourag nktivM J. -sslrt la the ,-ppo-t J iU thsrsby avoiag the reue-Hoas u.u.llv at apa. thaw whan ,g rlatvw abjMt. of lrtty( d m . waaW altimately dlraiaiah the taxation required uader the el yUa. Thd M wa, paai aad has U ,R , u soma five year. TU UWr ZmUn af the frferai parMamMt, , u P.laaiar Jaw,. appal.W J. m ! t iaqaira lata th, rmlts ob. Ulne.1 froai the W Saath Walea act Among thosa wha te-tfid before thu eomsaisaiun was the hretor of govern ment asvlums for the lBnrm ' XT- 4 Trl. nxcttrsnoni fi fi,xctsio0I beaside Jkxcttfsion ON THE Cotvallis 8c Eastern Railroad Sunday, Afg 20t Tho soasldo season is drawing to ncioso, nnd nil should tako ad of tho opportunity to mako a visit tothat popular seasldo resort Ne' Mnnv nftrnptlnnn nrn nrnvlrlnrf fnrtrlnltnra Inn1i.4tnr. n.Li.. ' ' " -"-"-" '.Bi.ing, Bnrf-bathli osstng tho bar to tho whistling buoyon tho "Lorens." nlekln ,.... " grandmarntlmo drill by tho U. S. Llfc-Ttl crossing visiting tho lighthouse nnd n Crow on tho bay. "I Tho low $3.00 rate from Salem isgood going on Saturday or Sunday curslon trnln, and for return Sundayovoning or Monday morning. Eic ! trnin leaves Albany nt 7:30. LeavotNowport nt 5:30. Five hours of 1 " and ploasuro. Faro from Albany $l.C0round trip. It may bo your last etas" You'll havo to hurry. "" South Wales, who stated, In substanco, that about six months nftor tho net camo into forco 000 old pcoplo secured tholr pensions and left tho bonovolont nsylums; that tho majority returned to tho institutions and surrendered their pensions, thcro now bolng almost ns many inmatos ns thcro hnd boon prior to tho passago of tho act; thnt the rea sons given for returning wcro thnt thoy woro hotter cnredi for In tho Instl- tho1 infirm was greater than ever It. tutlons and could live more eomforh. bly thore, nnd that the nnnual coll of malntonnnco per Inmato at the a-yumi wns $80. From a statement made li the stato troasuror it appears that tit nmount expended for tho old-age fuj. slons last yenr oxceeded $2,500,000, whllo tho amount necessary to support foro; yet tho population had not nj. terlnlly Incrensed. Consul Qodltf CLASSES BEER As A LlqUIiJ FOOD DOES NOT TEND TO PRODUCE HABIT OP INTOXICATION. BBPOBI OP PURE FOOD INSPECTOR OP THE STATE OP KENTUCKY BEFORE CONORESSIONAL COMMITTEE. Prof. M. A. Scovell, of Loujsvlllo, Ky., slnco 1885 chief chemist of tho Puro Food Department of that stato, mado a poslttvo estlmato of tho valuo of beor as an artlclo of food, to tho Congressional Commlttco last sosston during tho discussion of tho puro food bill. Ho favored a beer with ns small n pcrcontngo of nlcohol ns would In suro Its preservation. Ho oxprossod tho opinion thnt tho six and ono-half por cont of solids contnlncd in tho avornfie. beer are to bo cluasod as food, and that beer of this description, whoro employed ns n liquid food, DOES NOT TEND TO PRODUCE THE HABIT OF INTOXICATION. Tho ProfeMor did not consider tho beor containing 4 or 44 per cont of nl cohol ns Injurious, but would opposo tho salo of beer containing innro than 5 por cont. Askod if ho considered a beer m tainlng not moro than 5 per cent of al cohol, as proposod in tho pending bill, to ho a food, ho replied: "CONSID ERED SIMTLY AS A CHEMICAL PROPOSITION IT IS A POOD. THERE IS NO QUESTION ABOUT THAT, IT IS A FOOD." Tho beer browod by nearly all of tie present day breweries docs not eoaUii moro than from BVj to 4 per tent of alcohol. A31 tho water usod in hre-rutf beor is dlstilloil. Tho process of brew ing absolutely destroys ovcry Impurity that may bo in tho n atorlal required, nnd ovory vossol or appurtenance umi! in its manufacturo is chomlcally purl and clean. Every bottlo of beer li pasteurized bofnrn It loaves the brea-ory. Nobody To Blame Btt Yourself ALMOST OUR ENTIRE STOCK OP FURiriTTJRE IS OFFERED DURINQ THE REMAINDER OF AUOUST AT Fiom JO to 35 pet Cent Off WHS GREAT SAVINO TO PUROHASERS IS HAVINa THE DC SIRED EFFECT. OUR INVENTORY, TAKEN ATJCTOST 1ST, TELLS US WE HAVE TOO MUCH STORED IN OUR BASEMENT, HENCE WE DECIDED TO DLEAJ OUT THE SURPLUS BEFORE OUR FALL AND WINTER PURCHASES BEGIN TO ARRXVH. A SINOLE MBOn OR FURNITURE FOR AN ENTIRE HOUSE OAN BE HAD AT Tins QREAT CLEARANCE SALE. ITIS UP TO YOU. BUY NOW, OR FOREVER REFRAIN FROM AINO .'FURNrruHE ls TOo pENSlmi, ALL OUR TENTS WILL BE CLOSED OUT. House Furnishing Co 177 Liberty Street. li I" I'1 i; It hi k ( ' Kit I" Is 1 Ik Itis 1 11,1 la t; L fl K f N I .Si' '"-Niw--- !?-. w ..