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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

'JURWWW DAILY- CAPITAL JOURNAL. v S5 3feKJk.OrS 35 ASSOCIATED PRESS TDA.ILV. Jixaa affUMUwifVPtVlf i 4$ '' rf r fi i 'i.j m 1 l ' 2 VOL . Kraussb VJJ 3., l 'ft Happy And Later Tliey Will Talk About SHOES GRAY BROS., HAWAII, WAGONS AND CARTS Road Machinery and Ag icultural Implements, Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. NW Corner State nnd Liberty streets, : : : : SALEM, OR NO .Holiday Goods to sell at cost, all sold out, wliicli shows that the prices are just right for the times. Now we have evry thing else to sell at the same LOW PRICES. Tk 27-4L eomrriercial St.. COLLEGE OF MOSIC of the Willamette University. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENX- Modern methods. Up to date. Same as tn the eastern and European Conservatories None but the best is cood enough for beginners oh well as for mere advanced pupils, . V. C. HAWLEY. President It. A HfcRITAGE Vocal Director EMILL WINKLER, Instrumental Director. Chattel Mortgage THE) ENTIRE STOCK OFj G. W. JOHNSON & SON Will Be It must go, and if the...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

HT T?"vrsr- HHsfU? i -i 4 - "m " i " mt,F"mmmm. sumhmhk .4 . . - . nnn . lnnvw r - - wwr" ! r She wm wBMfc- ITUAlliY ANil WKKKLY.) lY HOKICW UHOTHBH8, teSTESDAY, JAN. 1, MM mmiiu . ii i ! frfcoox politics in ism. P'MfiOd will bo an oveninu yciir ,. Jtllv. In June n IcKlBlatnrc nnt junty offlcliils will bo chosen, aim .iliimu' LTl II WillUloi i"v L!S,i 1I...I f..1in II. M1LC IC1I. JHW" "' .... it rm.... Kvlll also 'be a Judge of the supremo mrt elected to miccccd supreme -iw u. n m. nnnn. At the November BcotloiiH Oregon will choose presided- lfltelectoru and two coiirtcswiimi. , rm. tnnn rntiirmlffll Will 1)C ft lOCftl bampalgn In ouo kciisc and national ?ii. niintimr. As the second stato In Lli0 Union to vote, the vote in urego" feiii iw, u'ntf.hMl with urcat Interest. Nlut the most heated contests will take ilacc'ln the several counties, as It Is a foregone conclusion that Oregon will iruopuoiican as a uuu. There will lx tno usual buu ."- KvAntlntiM nnd nlatforms aim UCIvUir nlrtd...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

' "V,jp rwy i-i7iirmj'y"ajnnmwwr jyw"' 'PTt'iv wfnrrT'r-- yinsmnom-f "iw. JP'it'JWUPipBWIjWmuni mm) minnww' WW'"' wy ''' ' up ' JJfjBl I1 "'"''" ""ipmir"ii "V '.?w ' W!togWlTr,r'' v-nwmHjtjmrfr mi jmimi ')W '"wyarynmM w , f 4 v.. V a mm GATHERING ALL Till! NEWS AT TTH SOURUHH JX&DELIVEKING 'JJH13 PAPERS. ''Personal Sketches of the Foncu That Do tub Work. w wns The New Year's Jour- iput together ? How many pco rc concerned In Its production ? shall hear tho story from the' stroke of tlie typewriter, tho first k .." .. a i ll.. nf ishoye or the pencil, tne nrai c"i rcii3!5xchniim shears, to the first cry ofjtiio newsboys on tho street with a calliope yell of "E-v-e-n-i-n-g J-o-u-h- naTSi" T story of building up a small newspaper into n wcll-cstabllslicd jbusJwcss employing twenty persons is afftBo past what we would tell is the iitoJJiof how this copy In your hands rwjffiinnde, tho sources of news, rskoJchcs of some of the men who sup- nlwblio news, the people who set the rs. the ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

It wmratFr j- . IllI IMPROVEMENTS tVcnv Good Showing von thk CAP ITAL UITY. ST Sjjfo STATU INSTITUTION BUILT WW A GltKAT MANY ItKPAIltH AND T'mVATE ItKSIDBNCIIfl. 1805 hns twcn mi oft year for Salem. There havo been no now state Instl lutloni erected. There have been Hovcral failures, a bad tire, but on tlio wholo the Capital City has weath ered a year of depression In pretty Kood shape and can Iwasta substan tial list of Improvements. AT TII1I BTATK I'MSO.V. ,tberc has been no building done, but f considerable In the way of needed re pairs has been accomplished. Anew Itumo -100 feet lontf was constructed of wood. The posts on tho walls and tho watch towers have lccn painted. Tho prison Inside has bsen calsomlnoU and painted. About 2003 feet of open ditches Inside the prison walls have boon replaced by fjalvanfzed Iron pipes and the ditches closed up. All tho walks Inside have been repaired or rebuilt with brick and cement. On tho farm IM acres of land have been grubbed, reclaimed a...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

hi. i OpVwpi s n prW.i i mm s Gsss StR " .M i '-"'yiAV Prize Hood's arMrarJUa moro than any remody I have icT x navo "over been robugt and i sjCjoct to Bovcro headaches, and bad !oni,petlto. Blncotoklnir 3 frtsl o.. v wut is nzji-iri-iMni-irBiim d Hood's Pills I am a well woman, no ft Kood nppotlto and slcen well. I Jtelly recommend Hood's Sar- I. - ea'lllm ;.n, n',lM,imu,ocu , , V...V.UM Hood1 ' PJIIc euro alt llrsr Ills, MUous. Vs no.hltche. SJc THE OUTLOOK FOR 189(1. Wlinllstho outlook for 1800? In talem wo have sonic hopes of new lllUlUfnctlircq. Tim wnnlnii.tnllla will m rebuilt on a larger scale. At least Mno other matnifacturltiK concern will jge started with private capital. There will be considerable In the way of bubllc Improvements by the county, Ml tiy anu state. f,The county should not further iien- Vtr.f. tiaimitt- lirMiui nwinAi.)it mi.- fJBWcnt need of a new jail. The old UHil Is unlit for occupancy from a gaiiUniy standpoint. It Is not sewered roventllated or lighte...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

MrtBimMIIMMWilMI WWII -V"- " V I f CIMUIS POLE It Is Pito-EsaLisH Conn. SKCKBTAKY STATE ra tiii: Vr.uv KINOAID DISCUSSES PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND lllfl ENGLISH FltlKNDB. Tlio lltllo unpleasantness between President Cleveland and Ills English single gold standard free trado friends mid ndinlrerslMHcntiFcd a good deal of excitement mid talk about war. Cleveland will bo noted In history aw the President who did less for his own country and more for foreign nations than any or all other Presidents, ills whole administration lias been In the Interest of foreigners, and England has been his special ict and favorite, fondd moro and more to the already enormous wealth of English Ixind holders and capitalists, he has discred ited nnd to tho full extent of his power reduced tho price- of sliver, the greatest money metal of his own coun try and of which America produces more than all other countries, while England and her colonies produce nonoor very little. He forced pay ments In gold when und...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

w-fct-t tf ifftYJ MOHAIR IND A CireEnruL Outlook ron Tnr. Goat IUisnns. EIUST FACTORY ON THE COAST Ub ..Himvr at Salem Eaiua Date. AT AN Oregon people arc greatly interested Fn the raolialr product, for a variety at reasons. Wc can and do raise sonic ?of the finest Ancora coats In the 'Werld: in fact, a Salem man lins the reputation of making the best ship- jnicnt of mohair ever sent from tins const. Oregon has the best auoptcu Sland in tho world for raising the goats, and she has that peculiar en- mate wjtli a soft, moist atmosphere Bo needful in the combing and spir. filing of tho mohair. In view of the fo.pt that saiem is about to establish tho first moiiiui factory on tho Pacific coast, tho fol lowing facts arc published from tlu American consul at Bradford, in land: In the last few months immense Ffortuncs have been made in Bradford, -England, in tho mohair business. Tin price of tho raw material lias lncrcascc Ffrom 24 cents to 04 cents per pound, 01 more than 105 per cent; of...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 January 1896

, U i l1 5 . 'A .W THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (JJAHiV AND WEEKLY.) BY HOVER DROTHBRB, WEDNESDAY, JAN.. 1, L ' 1890. ,JWV '" STEAMERS- Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. Portland, 6(45 a in. Salem, 7:45 "' Independence, 6(30 ft. m. SUNDAY. 9:00 a.m. 10:15 nm 6xwn m. Cyi'relcht received up to 10 p. m.JH Quick tln, regular service and cheap ... .rates ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem, '. JimHtrW'--"" iWigs; SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Miss Llllie Bernard! is home from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Irwin went to Portland today. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hodgkln went to Oregon City today. .Mrs. Fred Stcusloff lias returned from a visit In Corvnllls. Mrs. I. D. Bovcr has returned from a week's visit In Portland. "UUa Ifnfln Wlipptnr. nt Indenend- ence, Isthcgticst of the MlsscsCrclgh- ton. MARION COUNTY FINANCE. A BTATEMENT Or TUB COCNTY'B A3 QET3 AND UABIUTIES. County Treasurer Jap Minto has today struck a balance of the assets and liabilities of Marlon county, which shows the financial standing of the county t...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 2 January 1896

TJ'""' T DAILY CAPITAL r- MHb iH - w (JIMMV ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY, t "f - MM "ifr y i, fe. p JULJKJNAJ ''Tf"1' I IK ac VOL. 8. IT IE W YORK HAS Sells Only the 5 Shoes made by the Brown Shoe Co., of St. Louis, Mo. Wo have found them reliable In every particular. For lit and wear they can't bo beat. We sell them at a very close profit, which, with the satisfaction they give, acounts for our very largo shoo trade. Wc carry only reliable goods In all other lines as well as shoes. Clothing, underwear, hosier', hats, shirts and notions In great variety. Our motto is reliable goods, lowest prices. E.T.BARNES. GRAY BROS., HUDVARl WiGOSS AND CAtt Road Machinery and Ag cultural Implements, Latest Improved Good and Lowest Prices. Nff Corner State and Liberty streets, : : i s SALEM, OK NO Holiday Goods to sell at cost, all sold out, while In shows that the prices are just right for the times. Now -we have evry thing else to sell at the same LOW PRICKS. The Fair 274 Commercial St. COLLEGE OF MO...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 2 January 1896

Mt " tm 4 WHWwyrOTr "" JK,TP'MW""Tm" '; J ;! ) , , ( y X A MR! m CIPITAl JOlIlNiL' (DAILY AND WKliKLY.l ' BY HOP-BR BBOTH8RB, THOBSDAY, JAK. 2, 18. 1IAKKKR8 ON FINANCE. iqE TfAX EQUALIZERS. I JTho tcEax cjjuaUiatltfn board hifs adjourned. It work was no doubt done aa well ad could be expected from the very nature of tbc board. It naturally becomes n trading body and a? a number of the member? spent a great deal of time hobnobbing with the corporation? they got about what they wanted. I There I? no wny .COlfNTY,blY AND SCHOOL r? " r VAXES. - - I - . A . -. - Al.I a ....c..i.m ininM hive furnished' mere is no wny w iimcni ui.. ItaterrtewHiwlo-nlmtllnnnclnllcRls- combinations will be formed wl h n Intluii nt the hands of congress would the board to mure favors for certain n 1. o flic nrcwer Ily of the country." , localities. Thccou.ity board uf equal M S prlTato tanker of ,l.tlon arc certainly the liest Judge . . . i... iiiiu irt fii "'iiTii, ijii! i-fiiiiii v Jin.tin:iiiiL:iiu nuuuiu ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 2 January 1896

EfTl'.'"Tw"iinmiHj.wli,l gjnnw ii)ni.iiWiiu(nyn.Mwipm1' m fr ihp, mhwiw" 'WWJiiflaBVrMiiW ' ' yyWPWJgqwmyajP pui'lvipiiiiiliUmmKiHn .mi mi pI fc ii4-i -iiJUL .! s.p-hUw -t A Great Blessing ... .. jy whs ana i ara lotted In Hood' BsWjwUla. 8m t4 rhwawtto reey 0Tcry vjth snkles and legs badlyswolIcn,and hardly ablo to ct up and down stairs without help. Many other remedies fallod, but Hood's Sarsa- !fwZim A . paniia entlroly fitrrtjJF curod her. It was 3 only shortly after ; that I was taken with tho a a ma 'complaint, affect- ' ins nr limbs and hips, bo I Just tried tho same medicine with tho samo result. My wlfo and ohil- drcn tako Hood's Barsaparllla whenever they feel tho need of a medicine and itlm mediately makes them feel bettor. S-ffinrTc &HKnnnt-illn TbUOU S oarsaparilia Hood's PI11? caytobny, easy to take, "a DAZED ON THE DESERT. A. Mn Dies ofTlilrst Within Ono Hundred tuut Fifty ViinU ofn Lnko of rrp.li Water. On tho burning Bandaof Cocopnb ties erL Itflldo n lakn that ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 2 January 1896

wupjii yn..ji j Sff .! f . J 4 f ri . f-r. tfp t J im MlkMMIf faulttMll iMll.V AHJ WKKKJ.t.) 11V IfOKltft j Trl; TllUllSVAY, rmoTjm, JAW. 2, 18J. , mtinmnviii .innwntWi mnwmr I STEAMER.' Altona and Ramona LEAVE I llAltV. SUNDAV. JPoriland, CMS "i 9:001.111. rsiiem, 7:4$ a. m. ) , independence, O130 . m. Ojno m. j HrFielclit received up to to p. rn.jEJ fjulck tim. reuIr service and cheap rates ... M. P. BALDWIN. Acnl, Salem. ... i.7...ij m ,..' ' wfjllfwi ifiiiiiiiiiWiii" M.nl t Kii 11 t - ' -hKi'i li ' I i l If jwUAjjUtatpjjII'x'ufl'' tt I 'IT it. 1 uiiFUjmimjurn f . 4 4 4. I ! sssssau COUItt home NEWS. BTATE TAX EQUALIZE116. -BBWfSBrB"M" J'EKSOKALP. Jns. Meeker went to Koscbun? to day. Elmo Davis returned today to Ynqulna. Prof. Pnrvln went to Albany this morning. 33. C. Hcrrcn returned from Port land today. Lydcll Uakcr canio up from Port land today. Itudolpli J'racl returned to Tort I Jtid yesterday. ' Tho?. Kay returned home from Waterloo today. A. 0. Woodcock enmo up from Port ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 3 January 1896

a ' flA.PTTAT . . rf 4 4 T 4 'r nbm sis ssWs" b . tjess am ASSOClATKDtPBsIl Jjt3SJji urn: 'Von vlJHfiT . ;.., !... -r 1890. TiO.'J WH 8. 'kW JOURNAL- DAILY Mt 4 t m . x ' T- At . , f r If "" miiw - JJ&. RAUSSBa A .," fl Bros . f fi&ttilliW 9ii rr in SENATE ADJOURNED Allowed Until Tuesday to Re- . . ... V port 'OllblllSr :. 1 4.1 " ' tTOH OMKIa.HJ i- 3l LhmimI"" fig" Bf '-"" ' W'("SBMem3PHad s& MA. i-'f'i? A' $uoiftT BTsnfihii! Irey bloci; -- sAtjsm ft Jr . 4W' Jfu- - Ve& GRAY JRS- .' ilWMIE, WAGONS AND CARTS Road Machinery an J Agricultural implements, Latest Improved GooJs and Lowest Trices. ' Corner State and Liberty streets, : : : : SALEM, OK '&r ' WASHINGTON TELEGRAMS Work Before the Venezuela Uommission. ' MONTHLY DEBT StATISTfCS, Fnfirn Now Greenback Issue i 1 ' j Seventeen iYear(s.f i j JiA nrny be rpquirdu j'- l F k' , - M ' Iworkofthecnmnils 1 I . -1 NOiI-Ioliday Goods to sell at cost, 11 o1r1 mir. whioli shows that the prices are just rig; tit for trie ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 3 January 1896

(V 'STI 111 I i :K I 3ft ,! f i fi f -iZ HE CAPITAL JOURKAI lIUII.Y .NJ WKKKI.Y.I 33. f-.5 IS UV IIOKttl DKOTH&KB. rQIDAY, jail 3, 18fia. STATU TAX BOARD. Dcslrics causing a great ileal of tils ft.iflsfacllon, iiml costing each county hundreds of dollar to revise Hh tax rolN,thetato loaicl of equalization costs as follews: A 1 AuMnti. TilftiTlew.. .. 3lW 00 A . r. AViwwlcock. Ellirt'lie JIM 1)0 3. 1). Gibson, Salem 300 00 Geo. r.. Watklns.rorlMiul... (I.WIng.lto, Astoria.... W. O. Hunter, Island City.. . IV. C. WIIIKH.iy Creek P. W. Cnolldge, hcc, Ltigcuc. Fr.ink Davcy, clerk. Salem... Raul Van Dcr-oK page b It timmw, NT tkOmmmfiu ffffi iTiiii rtaraaJSatAteics&afcr tt! ... jl.ijijh i-- .lit ii- mwimi nil MIIITI "' " rill w Mads on Faig or Ilucui-Rashs. LAND AGENT DAVEKPOBT. What a Good Act LKOisLATOnK Hah or Tin: L'-st Iti!VK;.ri. If vou Waat a lure relief for pates ia tka tack, side, chut, or imwt, use u Allcock's Bear lit Mind Not one of the host of counterfeits and Imita ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 3 January 1896

st"" ' awjw" fjpwiiw'iwwiiwiiinpiiiiwi .iijm JippptywwawfD'Ma1" ' "' Mpffjiwpyji'w , NMWMMttaMMMb A Great Blessing My wife Had X bar found la Hood'a RtrMfuills. Bin And xbeamtUim Tory MTweljr, with anile and legs badly swollen, and hardly ablo to cet up and down tain without help. Many other remedies tailed, bnt Hood'a Sarsa- ,parlll entlroly Rented her. It was ; only shortly alter that I was taken with the same complaint, affect I las my limbs and hips, so I Juit tried tho same- medicine with the samo result. My wilt and chil dren talcs Hood's Sarsaparilla wheneTer they feel the need of a medlobae and It Im mediately makes them feel better. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cares me doctor's bills. I am an engineer, and well known In this locality." Q. W. VTATT, White Bead Hill, Indian Tcr. Hood's Pilis ssisssra NEW YORK FASHIONS. NEW STYLES FROM PARIS THAT WILL SOON BECOME POPULAR. Pnttrn WaPits for Autumn Bulgarian Kuibralitery t Bo tTKnl KxUnidscly An Attract I re Coatamo l'or u flitrdrn 1'nr...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 3 January 1896

wtrfW'V)WrP'vMPte- . ..,r.jH9tVfHTw fviirw!' tfSfr -WJIIWWWWfilWWl f wyi1 "WW'flwfl awj m !. afrw V 4 VW wnyrf r -ifwy r ;j--v w r; - h., nttp(4r-p!irrSL JTp f 1 It l fi 1 i I T? ' i . m i a f i ! ;1 v r f'vA w , - 4 tiffi CAPITAL JOURNAL WKEKliY.) Mm ----- 'i uv I MBfiStS' TQIDAY, JA2T. 3, 1890. itar3jirT-i."3'-lti' "f1"75. STKAMERS Altona and Ramona j LKiWK- DAILV. Portland, G:S a m Salem, 7US m Imtenendence. Oslo a m. SUNDAY, 9:00 a, m. 10:15 a.m. 6jxj a m. ISTFrelglit rew'lveJ up to io p. m..4El Odick lime, regular Hrvlc and cheap raw " M IM1ALUWIS. Agent, !'" PERSONAL ? It. J. Hendricks U In the city. H. C. Ilerron was In Marlon tKlay. J). II. Lonney went to .lelfern-m to day, Plill Nels wn an Aurora vl-!tor tc day. Lydoll Hakerr turned to Portland yesterdny. McKlnley Mitchell, of OcrvaJe. wac In tho city today. Ilopbuycr Kola Nels was In Hrooks today on buslntas. Dr. W. S. Mott visited patlinlh nt C'hcmawa this morning. Win. Dtigan, the jilutnh.-r. had business In Portland tod...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 4 January 1896

tBpip F TW fWWI " P W 'IJBJIPPt'' Wi WHIWfllpaff " ' ww ww u m ? m Jeer :ast"ZiU-.. - " rf 3IT At miimW"i Wi w f ' mm ' ? - ? - ASSOClAT&b PRESS DAILY. MM foijffMftM nmMM't-- dUMNAL - VOL. 2. rn i YORK Sells Only the fioH atieoiiiiliW o Shoos made by t'ho Bw.wi.iiiliOfi.Ca..,. &i Sk-Laylfli $? Wc lune found them icllnblo in every particular. For fit and wear they can't bo beat. We sell them at n very closo profit, which; with t lie satisfaction they give, ncounts ror our very largo shoe trade. Wo carry only reliable goods in.nll other lines as well as shoes. Clothing, underwear, hosiery, lints, shirts and notions -in great vnrlctv. Our motto 'is reliable goods, lowqst prices. , ' i ' ' "tfsellw. E'.T.BARNES. GRAY i URDWIU TON Road Machinery and Agricultural Implements, LalcU Improved Good MV Corner State nnd Liberty street., s NOjHoliday Goods to sell a.t costt all sold out, wjnicl:i shows tliat the prices are jtist right for the times. Now A?ve have e"vry thing else to sell...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 4 January 1896

ipfimfp t mpwffg vm$p?$ iwvw i?CtiK353::S5rRS3;' sssAf' W Jjt V i r, il sx HE CAMTAL JMligL UIAILY .NJ WKKlLV.1 Y HOKBR BROTHH. La MfSif MMCUlitlC UOmmRWl CTTwn ytT for China. SATURDAY, JA 4, 189C. 6m wc stand on the Cleveland gold jft Msndnrd and prospcr?- Livc vrltliln your means If you have to take a 1 cent Dally to do It. - Senator Shcnnan continues to be considerable of a Republican bfmct-l!l4t. The Statesman hhould not ruin Judge Hubbard's chances by support ing him. VE? 3 l!Al(vy SCOTT ,.. . i JL ' ' ' . "" . HOWLS. 7 '' 13 wlio is annoyed byitbe lv of .ftteolloTi ?hown bcr In rt,bi bortfloiigbtto take her rue from tbc xc.i me?, iuev ujcumuu cnouuu. , Oregonian, Jn. 3. Tbefceslonsof the teachers' lnsti nit. n. Pnrtlnnd. held under tbc dl- Japanese women never dljo-t heir lSySffWbK tlono t,lc sUltc -I-tondent. TilX Tl. mifi''rw''''lll'',(Pllc,b'c.n,11,,,n ,.,,Ja,i"" surest? another subject forrcmark. gUTICKETS TO ALL POINTS EAST Wi.ll. wnll. well! Who would nave thought the wo...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 4 January 1896

tk Great Blessing $My wife and I barn fouad In 'Hood's sjfcwapaxllla. 0h hid rhenmtlsm very severely, with ankles and legs badly Bwollcn, and hardly ablo to get up and dowu stairs without help. Manr other romedics failed, bat Hood's Barsa- .parllla ontlroly cured her. It was ":oniy shortly after LS V.t T .. 4.1 vuuw a nuo lujkvu with the same complaint, affect ing mrllmbs and o, bo a just inea tho same medicine lkf tvlfa and ohll- Tlih the samo result. ren tako Hood's Rirsenarllle. whenever .ikfiT fpl ffin n(1 tit m vnAfllntnnalifl it tm diately makes thorn feci better. Hood's Sarsaparilla .Haves me doctor's bills. I am an engineer, Hi well known ta this locality." Q. "W. JWyatt, Whlto Dead Hill, Indian Tcr. KmvI'a Pitta y t hoy, easy to take, jvqu a fins CMr m efleot, asc lw.. i. K MILD ORIENTAL. Iff you cotiHhlsr tho circnuiBtnticos ol iSa!cno, it wnn tho only thing that liu ewild do. Hut Painbo Hnrnng linti boon (55od by tho neck till ho was dead, MMlfiKihofU cared whether ho was...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 4 January 1896

r$ 3H '-vT..?,-,rrJf.r ? ; srji mi't'' ,,Mti(ifr,lilM,iJ,i,wn' iw',"'fM''w' iiuiIIWIM l r !' ! i r i . .? A ik.j sv "V Hi A 3 I . W-t i ju l' w M 1 .oa :& TO!" knt erri !" t Jior, reib Baki ) Mr, my lit Itf rttiti m MMtMJMtJU .1jii iijiiMfc iftr urn gg8? THE CiPITAI, JOURNAL. (UAlbY AhO YVKKKLV.) BY MOKKR DROTHKBB, BATUBDAY, JAN. 4, 1890. i II HiHilUli I BMMiTIt WiTH'TiTT" V STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE tlAlt.V. k Portland. 6145 a m. sairm, 714s . i. Independence, 6jjo a m. SUNDAY. 9-00 a, hi. 10:15 m 6300 am. CyKreljjlit received up (0 lo p. mj 1 Quick time, regular servtce and cheap j " M. i'.'iValdwin, Acent, Salem. I PERSONAL. Mr. It. J. Hendricks Is in tlio city. Dr. A. F. .MTreys iclurnrcl tfKlny from Solo. Miss Clara Itrey returned to I'ort I ind today. .Itilgc C. K, Wolveijon went lo Albany today. L. II. MpMiilinn was u Woobburn vlnltor today. B. C. Herren Mas a pn"wnjrpr t. Mirfon again today. Prof. Z. M. Parvln emtio down from Albany this morning. Secretary of Slat...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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