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DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAL, SAUBM, ORBGON, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1900.
' v HI fail's Trials. til In a woman's Jlfo !s to fho can tell now nam mo vo been ere sna learns wj herlbneiy iotv -1"?"-Mb- tn hind marital Ufa Lteonco of this ono pledge tlon Is a common uisap- iy nniortunato roupics .rtVinmhv, Even if thoy Ft, ono mar read the wholo iu rnunln when thev rest qf others. ToUhem tho iSnOtSCUIll lUUIIIlUlUIUtO of barrenness or child- gtacle to child-bearing is Sy tho curb of weakness on woman. Dr. Pierce's Fa- tlon has been the means of . and ml 1 tf nines to many in, to tho great Joy of tho i other, but rare cases, tho i the beurlns of children has I' bo of a surgical character, Bvanio by painless operative jo invalids' Hotel andsur- Buffalo, N. Yv over which oniavorlto Prescription" In all cases where chll and are ab.-ent. an ellort to find out the real cause, uy so easily removed by nt. lous weaknesses, displace u. Inflammation and do rrhal drains and In all SSI usness and debllltv. Dr. it Prescription Is the most Metewt remedy that can possibly be used, t had to Its credit hundreds of thousands .cures -rmose tin fact than anv other rem say paupjersaie tnroupn aruggisu, especially for woman's up. The Ingredi ents of which tho " Favorite Prescription " Is composed havo received the most positive endorsement from tho lending; medlcalwrltera' on Materia Medlca of all the several schools of practice. All tho Ingredients are printed in plain Enyllth on th' .wrapper, enclosing tho bottle, so that anyftwenan making use of this famous isediaino may know exactly what aho is' taking."' Dr. Plorco takes Ills pa tients Into his fnll confidence, which ho can afford to do as tho formula after which tho "Favorlto Prescription" is made will bear tho most careful exam ination. Dr. PleWeVPlcasant Pellets aro Um best end safest laxative for womoa. Ste&sjftto Build Now Plato Mill. , Chlcago?May 1. Work on what is "V1 sa idwsstshelthe largest universal plate 111 iaiiie United States was started Kill t4yiJta. Illinois Steel Co., at Hi piartIStRoStU Cliicngo. Tho mill will make all'' sices and weights of plates. The installation of the new mill, which will be modem in every respect, wil' cost about4.$l,f00,000. It will employ about 800 men. Amalgamated Association Meets. Cincinnati, 0., May 1. The attend once at' the 31st annual convention of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and! Tin Workers, which opened hero today, is lnrgor than at any pre vious convention of that organization. Tho convention will probably last over two week. jn-jin ii, ) i.'i,ii, ', ,','H, in '. 'i, h i'..'r JWbgctablcPrcparationrorAs sfenllating uteToodatuiRcgula , ftag thcShraachs and Bowels of EromotesT5igcsUon,CIiccrful ss nndRest.Contafns ndlher m 'CitutntMorphlno nor Mineral. SHOT NARCOTIC. Wv fiKtfrxdik-sxMC3iFaxssa m 'rrrr".. . Xnctfect Remedy for ComUm- tion. Sour Stomch.Diarrhoca, tWoras,ConvulsJons,reverisiv nees ondLoss OF SLEEP. .' TacSiniSe Signature of NIWYOHK. m9 exact copy or weawes. faS V iiie Wing Big sale new line Furnlsilsg Qooda We make tip all kinds of wrap- Bra and white underwear, ana silk waists, kiawmas, dressing gowns, ik and wool and cotton dress goods, gents' and ladles' furnishing U, pasts, seats, underwear, shirts, shew, overalls, blankets, under Virtu dross itVtrta lftra embroidery, hose, mattlnrs. trunk china. I , -.. . , .. - . . , ware, handkerchiefs. All kinds goods now on sale cheap. Want room. Chinese and Japanese Bazaar 345 Court St.ByAltey Salem. - - Oregon PATHETIC LITTLE STORY Monday's Telegram has tho follow ing little story, and the pity of it is' the brave little fellow who is the sub ject of tho story did not survive. It says: While returning from Lone Fir cem etery yesterday afternoon, where he had been to place some flowers on his mother's grave, 10-year-old Roger Nel son, who lived with his grandmother at 802 East Seventh street north, was run over and fat-ally injured by a Wood lawn car on Union Avenue, near Fall ing street. Tho little fellow wns taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital, where he died this morning. Tho lad! said that ho had requested tho motorman of the car to stop at Failing street, which the latter failed to do, and so Roger, who was in the front vestibule of the car, attempted tc get off while tho car was still mov ing rapidly. As ho stopped down from the running board the edge of it struck him, and he Was thrown to tho ground rati dragged beneath the heavy trucks and frightfully mangled, his right leg being crushed to a shapeless pulp above the knee. Tho car was quickly stopped and the lad released from tho crushing weight of tho cruol wheel?. When he ws laid on tho operating table prepara tory to having his leg amputated and tho-woundi dressed tho brave little boy iooked up at tho doctor, and, without a tremor In his voice, murmured, "Doc tor, don't too much to me, bocnuso my folks are very poor and can't afford to pay you." Tho pathetic plea move J tho doctor deeply, and ho roass'ired his heroic patient that he wouldn't "do too much." With a faint smile tho lad said, "All right, you can go ahead." Tho oporation was made, but tho shock .of tho accident, and tho great loss of blood) was raoro than tho child's frail system could endure, and early this morning ho breathed his last. Mado in Oregon. A numbor of "Mado in Oregon" but tons aro being worn in Salem. Thoy aro about tho size of a dollar and are pnini- CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Tmc etNTAUR itMMiir, k yo crrrT' Sang Co. MK T Keep Your Nerve It is nerve energy that ruti3 the organs of your body. The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the system of nerves. To keep the body healthy you must have plenty' of nerve force; if you have not, the organs work imperfectly, the circulation is sluggish, digestion bad, appe tite poor, kidneys inactive, and aches, pains arid misery arc the penalty. You can keep the system strong with Dr. Miles' Nervine. It assists in generating nerve energy; it strengthens the nerves and makes the whole system strong and vigorous. "I tako pleasure in rocommendln Dr. Miles' Nervine to thoso sufterlnn from nervous prostration. Insomnia and melancholy. After several months aufTcrlntr from above diseases I tried this medlclno and found imme diate relief. It soothes and strength ens the nerves, chases away the gloomy and depressing thoughts and gives tho sufferer renewed strength and hope. It Is a Bupcrb ncrvo re storer." JUDGE JACOn SEKMANtf. Madison, Wisconsin. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benent. If It falls he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind ed in white and light preen. Ou tho field of green n beaver la busy gnawing a tree. It is well thnt tho emblem of Oregon should thus bo disseminated for adoption among tho people of our state. Along with this movement for the ad vertisement for goods mado in Oregon, Salem might appropriately advertise her "home-made' goods, o Deaths from Appendicitis Decrease in tho samo ratio that the uso of Dr. King's Now Life- Pills IncTenso. They savo you from dnnger and bring quick and painless roleaso from con stipation ntfil tho ills growing out of it. Strength mul vigor always follow their uso. Guaranteed by J. C. Perry, druggist. 25 centc. Try them. General Weather Summary. The weather last week was cloudy and' showery up to Saturday, whon clearing wenther set in, .and Sundny andf Monday wero warai, sunshiny days Tho showers, nlthnugh generally light, wero well distributed nnd very welcome on account of tho provious dryness, which had pn relied tho foil and caused the roads to becomo very dusty. Dur ing tho showery period very little sun shine prevailed, and tho temperatures nt night wero about normal, and in tho afternoon they wero slightly below nor mal. Light frosts occurred in tho southern and onstern sections on the morning of the 20th. Thoro wero no high winds. S. O. Federation of Women's Olubs. Hock Hill, 8. C, May 1. Tho 8th annual convention of tho South Caro lina federation of women's clubs op ened hero today in tho city hall. Th( executive committee will hold a scs sion tills afternoon and Inter in tho af tornoon tho credentials committee wil hold n ession to rcooivo tho croden tiais of tho delegates to the conven tiou. Tho first open session will be hold this evening, when tho mayor wil' d'eliver his welcoming address. A. S. Salley Jr., secretary of tint Ftate historical coimnission, will deliver va nddrois on South Carolina's pinee fit history. There will be nn excellent I rogrnin of music 'under tho direction of tho chairman of music of the fed eration. Tho lxrd of directors will meet to irerrow morning, nnd Immediately af tcr the close of this session tho gener al business meeting of tho federation will bo called to order for the trans fiction of routine business. Iteports of chairmen and the industrial tchoo'. committeo will bo mado nt that ses sion, which will be closed by mentorinl exercises in honor of Mrs. Martha Orr Patterson. Tho meeting will adjourn on Friday. There will bo a number of delghtful social features in honor n? the visiting delegates. Growing Aches and Pains. Mrs. Joslo Sumner, Dremon i Texas, write, April 15, J002, "I have used Bollard ' Snow Liniment in my family, for three yean. I would not be with out it Jn tho house. I have used It on my Uttla girl for growlog polos add aches in her knees. I havo also usod it or froei bitten foet, with good SUCCC9J. It is iho best liniment I have ever used," 25, 50o and $1. D. J- Fry. o We care not how you suffered, nor what ured you, IfollUter's ltoeky Mountain Tea makes the puniest, weak est specimen of man or womanhood strong and healthy. 35 cents, tea or tablet. Dr Stone's Drug Store. 11KllllMllMtMllliMlMlMlWMllMMltlMllttliilllMlMliWiM"B"'l -r OJ,At3fc31JHlMM IHHIiUlllHIIMHIIlHillUHHWIIllllllllllllWIMIllllMIH FOR SAXJ3. For Sale. DoLaval separator, nearly now. Bought for $90, will soil for $50 cash. Inquiro of A. W. Nusom, GorvaU, Uouto 2, or phone Farm 69. For Sale Excellent family Jersey, cow, 433 North Winter stroct, Salem, Oregon. 4.-2S-3t For Salo. Six full-blood Barred Plym outh Rock hens, good layers. Phono 972. 4-30-3t For Salo, Now light ami heavy spring wagons, carriages, carts, new .and old buggies, buckboards and ono deliv ery wagon, at the Salem Carriage anj Wagon Factory. W. Fennel, prop.. 801 to 805, North Liberty stroot. 4-9-lm Farm for Salo S3 acres of tho best land in Marion county, lMi utiles from Sa lorn, 30 acres in cultivation, 1 aero in strawberries; largo new honso and barn. A bargain at $50 per acre. Inquire at this office. 4-18-tf FOR SALE Two-year-old filly slro "Holmdwl," dam from "Maugura tlon." Good driving maro, wt. about 900 lbs., for $50. 3-Inch ltushford wagon and wood rack, $25. J. It. Parvin, Jcfforson road. WANTED FEMAIJJ HELP. Wanted Experienced girl for general housework. Highest wages. Inquire 1049 Court stroot, Salem. 4-12-tf WANTED MALE HELP. Man Wantod. Sawmill and lumber yard laborers; $2 per day. Woods men $2.25 to $3. Btoady work. Apply to Booth-Kelly Lumber Co., Eugene, Oregon, 4-17-tf Wanted "Destruction of San Francis co" Best book. Largo profits. Act quick. Sample free. Globe Com pany, 723 Chestnut strcot, Phila delphia. 4-30-3t WANTED. Wanted Piano for stoTago, ipsuranco and best care. Referenco, or will Tent. Xfrs. A. E. Wright, corner of 11th and Oak stroots. 4-28-3f Agonta Wantod Official San Francisco onrthquako book. Largo pagos. Startling pictures. Elogant binding Books free. Frolght paid. Tho Bible House, 323 Dearborn street, Chicago 4-30-Ot MUSIC STUDIOS. Music Studio. Frank E. CnurchlU, Musical Studio. Associate teacher Westorn Conservatory, Chicago, 111., representing Inter-Stato System at Salem, Oregon. In tho Gray block, room 3. Studio hours 9 to 12 and 2 io 5. 8-19-tf FIVE BOOKS FOR YOUNG TEOPLE. Lato Publications From Frederick A. Stokes Company, Fubllshors, Now York City, N. Y. "Ideals for Girls," by Mrs. l'rnnk Loarnod (I'rlscllhi Wnkoflcld); cloth 12mo.; $1.00 not. Postage $1.12. Thin work possesses tho ohnriu of an excellent literary style, comblnod in a high degreo with tho Impresi of a uoble and gracious porsotiallty, The subjects are well chosen, and hold a wide rnngo of interest, which with the qualities of helpfulness, high integrity and sweet womanliness that they Incul cate must make tho book 'of vnhto in th development and strengthening of chnraotor. , -J ( Everything In this Interesting vol umo is treated' with n frankness nnd delicacy, a wise judgment and sympa thetic understanding uf girl nature, that make tho book in truth a swoet and wholesome garden worthy of any girl's cultivation. "The Joy of Life," by Lllllo Ham ilton French, is a charming philosophy, illustrated with frequent pointed inci dents, which will find many a respou sivo chord, and sooth many an hour at tho close of a fretful day. If the book has a "purpose." it Is luiposniblo to feci It while reading, for Miss French is never obtrusive, never choking us with a moral, but always gracious, en livening and natural, One may liken tho book to a conversation with a de lightful friend. The price of this book i. 80 cents, postpaid 90 cents. "Childhood," by Mrs. Theodore W. BIrney, with an Introduction by O, Stanley Hall, Ph. D hU D7 author of "Adolescence," etc., Is one of the best of tho five. $1.00 net, postpaid $1.10. The author of this book eoroes to her subject with an authority based on wide and thoughtful experience As tho founder and promoter of the Na tional Congress of Mothers, and for many years Its prcsldeot, she has w A MISCXLLANKOUB, Salem Iron Werte Founders, machin ists and blacksmiths. Manufacturers of all kinds of sawmill machinery. Hop and fruit drying stores, etc. Manufacturers of tho Salem Iron Works Hop Press. 11-29-lm Hotel Soott -Nowly furnished, every thing dean and first class. Rooms at reasonable prices. In Cottle block, S3tom. A. Scott, prop. 744t Wanted, Turkeys, geese, duoko, chick ens and all farm produce, Highest cash price pcid for same. Capital Commission Company, 207 Oommer olal street Telephone 179. Pasture rionty of feed and good water tho year round, near town. Ad dress M. Watdospel, R. R. F. D. No. 7, Salem, Oregon. 4-23-Ot Agonto Sell San Francisco Disaster, . Big book; COO pago illustrations, highest commission, frolght paid. Credit. Sond 10c postage for outfit, al so beautiful household premiums glv- en. morlcan Publishing IIousOj Chicago. 4-30-2t At Your Stepmother's She can steam cloan or dye thorn, and save you a now suit, press and ropalr, rellne, furnish buttons. Tho most dollcate fabrics can bo cleaned by her dry cleaning mothod without Injury. It dooa not shrink or change Its color. It la next to Tho Journal office, 221 Commercial street T0N80RIAL Evana' Barber Shop, Everything new and up to date. Finest porcelain baths. Sharing, 15a, hslrcuttlng25o baths 25c First class bootblacks, C. W. Evans, Proprietor. VETERINARY SURGEON Dr. B. J. Young Votcrluary surgoon and dentist, 33 years' experience. All work guaranteed. Difficult surgical operations a oclalty. Phono 081. OfOco at Club Stables. Phono 7, Sa lem, Orogon. 8-9-tf CONCRETE AND CEMENT WORK. J, P. Veatch, contractor and bulldog of comont walks. Soptlo sowor tanks, foundations and floors, 828 Marlon street. 3-5-tf WATEFt COMPANY. SALEM WATER COMPANY OFnOE CITY HALL. For wator sorvlco apply at ofllco Bills pnyablo monthly In advance Mako all complaints nt tho ofllco. wielded nn inlluenco second to nono In thnt important organization. I Her dominant Impulse Is to bring p.v J rents and children into closer nnd more sympathetic- relations, Shu believes ' thnt discord In tho homo is in most cuos Is duo to n lack of comprehension of child nnturo and its ueods. "Childhood nnd Growth," by La fnyotto B. Mendel, professor of physio logical chemistry In tho Hoh'cfllold Sciontlllo school of Ynlo University, with an Introduction by Horuce Plotjh er, Is n vury'intordstlng book. Tho au thor, in speaking of tho book, said': "In searching for physiological wis doiu relative to tho growth and care of jjhlljlren, X.wus grotitly Interested In securing this paper, which J read, bo ?oro the Mother's Club, of Now Haven, (Jonn.jnit October, and it. was enthti slinitlculjy received." Tho price is 00 cents ndt; postpaid 07 cents, "TJjoflhlliJhndd' of Jesus" 0hrlst,"'by Henry Vun Dyke, Is a fine article. The book contains' muny beautiful repro ductions of tho pictures tpld'ubou'in tho text. Tho author telU In his liy Jinltulilo way qf tho Inlluenco of the idea o'f tbo.Chrittichlld upon mediaeval and modern art. i Ho calls attentfon'to many 'great und familiar pictures, and' others as well. jin(Tdwolls 'sym'plthetfcitlly on tho po etry and becnuso of tho diviiio mother hood and tho wonderful gifts of linug inntion that havo been Inspired, by it. o -. i A Posltlvo Necessity.'' ' Having to lay upon my bed for 11 Liys from a vuverely bruised leg, I only, found Vol I of whoa I used & bottle of Ballwrd'H A Snowj' LlninK-nt, ,1 can cheoTfully rMomiiieml It as tho best medicine for bruiser over ent to the ullllcUnl. It 1ms now becomo a posi tive ncceenlty upon myaolf," D. It, Byrne, merchant, Dovorsvlllc, Texas. 25c, 60c ami $1. I), J, Fry. CASTORIA Jar Infutts aid, OkUdiMt. Tin KM Yn Km iUwtys hlU Sears Um (Z&jffi! I. IMSW " QT1K)PATM.-;V ' ? n Dr. W. It Mereer. Graduate ,of Kills Tile, Mcu aader founder of ease pathy. Rooms 85-26 Breymaa feMiu Commercial 8L, phone 019. Best deaee 419 2. Summer st. phone f& Treats acute and ehronio dlsoisefc Bxaadnations free. '" ; Dr. S, H. 'White. Oradate ef Kiri viUl, Mo., under founder ef est' pathy. Reosa 21 Breymaa K W&! Commercial st phone 87. Rdae (E90 State, eor. Church, pheaelllt. Treats aeute and chronla 'immatt. Ezamiaatioas free. ., ' ; PHYSIOTAN AMD SUXGHQX. ' Dr. OaztwrichV-nas resumed gestenl praetlee, asdl will be found la reeas 19, ever Ladd &'BusU's bank. OSes hoars 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Oftee phone Mala 10, reeidenee pheasl Mala 107. 12-20-tf j SASH AND DOOR FA0T0RIK3. FraLK M. Srowa Manufacturer el sash, doors, mouldings. All kinds osj house finish and hardwood work. Front street between State and Cerf LODGES. I Foresters of America Court Sherwood Foresters, No. 19. Meets Tuesday la Hurst hall, State street. U. S. Rider, O. R.j A. L. Brown, F. S. Central Lodge No. 18, K. of P. Oasttt) Hall in Holman block, corner State) and Liberty streets. Tuesday of eaeH week at 7:30 p. m. J. G. Graham, C. O.J W. L Btaley, K. of R. aad .8. ' Modern Woodmen of American-Oregon Cedar Camp, No. 5246. Meeia every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, Holman Hall. W. W. Hill, V. C.J F. A. Turner, Clerk, Woodman of World. Moot every Fri day night at 7i30, In Holman nalh A, J. Basoy, a O. P. L. Fratler, dork. m LlO-tf LTVERY AND SALE 8TABLRS. 73 IS THE PHONE NUMBER OF THE RED FRONT STABLES. M. L. HARROD, PROPRIETOR, 271.' OHEMBKETA STREET. Food Barn, Mpoclal attention to trav slent teams. Farmers' patronage so licited. Waiting rooms for ladles. Wo also carry a full line of food. Located at Club Stablos, cornor Lib erty and Ferry streota, Phono Main 7. Prunk & Darby. 12-14-m Ftuit Gowei?s TAKE NOTICE NOW IS THE TIME TO ORDER BERRY CRATES BERRY BOXES ORCHARD BOXES ' FRUIT TRAYS And all kinds of boxes. See us. Salem Box Factory MASON & SNYDER. Phono 303. South Salem Summer School Tho first term of tho Capital Summer Normal opens on May 1st, to continue eight weeks, Tutltlon $10, Summer School of Primary Methods'. Opens June 11th, to continue three weeks. Ad dress J, J. Kraps, or County Superin tendent E. T. Moores, Salem Or. tf The Fashion Stables Formerly Simpson's Stables. Up-to-date livery and eab Mao. Fn aeral turnouts a specialty. Tally-tie; for picnics aad excursions. Phpae 44. Ohas, W. Yanake, Prop. 247 aad 249 High Street, " NEW LANG HOTCll Whea'yon visit rectfaW, prs ha sure you stop at The New Lange Hotel, next door to the Imperial. Sates, 50ej 75e,.'aBd $1.00 per day. Eleetrie llghtc csllbelli, elevator, steam heat, free bath a'nd tt99 bus. All out sldo roems with running water, L ' , j SHOE SALE My stock of shos for men re .: . . . . duced in price, No old stock. Clos ing out ladies' shoes. Now's your chanco. JACOB VOQT, Oppoelte Patton Srw, i )jiLMvrym.XJL. ,. MntM mvmmimiimwm. -