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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 5 November 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. f 4 M?V - ' . -- VOL. 8, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5, 18. NO. T THE) P. BflGKET has demonstrated the fact that business can be done on a CASII basis. We have only one rule and one price for everybody, nnd make no exceptions. Did you ever realize the saving derived from this plan of busi ness. Wo can afford to give you better goods at lower prices than can be found elsewhere. Our line of Boots and manufactured by the Brown MOy arc the standard of UNDERWEAR IS COMPLETE . CLOTHING in great variety. Ilata, shirts, hosiery, laces and em broidery, yarns, ribbons and all kinds of notions, sold nt prices that will save you money. Our aim is is to increase our business and it will increase if quality and prices can do it. Call and inspect our stock. Opposite First National bank, Salem, Or. K.T.BARNES jPROPRIETOR. Don't Be into buying anything iin the way of LOTH until you have seen out line and got our prices, We know where of we speak when we say Ethat Our $10 ...

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. — 5 November 1896

inc r hwaa Dilly Capital Joutnal. BY HUKtCR UU ' H U.M BUILD UP OREOOff. RESULT VERY CLOSE, tylJUlbDAY.SOV. 5, 1MKJ. .1 "3 . "" . BRYAN'S HATTLE. ( ' l J L . 1 i : l": iltfa grainl figllt by a grand man. lie Is as distinctly a new type as was Lincoln In I8G0. He made a 8.iUare llRlit on principle. He cringed to no elements of wealth or power. He solicited no gold votes. He had ar rayed against him all the ultra-conservative forces of society In every largo city a monster pa rade was held Saturday night before election, representing all the business, the capital, the corporations, and the officialism of the nation. On Sunday the pulpit was arrayed against Bryan and his cause as never before In Amer ican politics. The victory, lr a vic tory, Is dearly bought. While Bryan had to contend with hostile forces of money and inornllt for revenue, he had tosuuVr Inroad on his own forces from the difference among them on the tariff question io wdl as the money question The ablest Democrats In ...

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. — 5 November 1896

'" DAZED ON THg DESERT. :SgggS; I Man Die of Thlrt Within Ono nundreo! and FIHr Yonl of take of TftmH Water. On tho burning Bauds of Cocopah des at bcsido a lako that appear to bo of the coolest mid tho 'purest of fresh "wa ter, Ho t'10 bones f nn Amorican who died of thirst, and nroruid him aro flvo or six ho11"' of two or throe fwst indopth, which ho dng with his finger nails in a frenzy of thirst His fingers aro worn off nt tho cuds, aiid only bis whitening bones nro left to bear -witness to tha traRcdy. Joso Garcia, "who makes a living by i,iHntr from ono littlo camn to nnntli. Cr on tho desort, has rotnrnod from a trip which began on Aug. 20. Ho loft hero nt that time and engaged a guide et tho new placor camp at Los Pi caches, bolow tho boundary lino, to taku him to a mining camp in the Cocopah moun tains In tho heart of tho desert. Tho gnido was named Quirino Boslllo, a t.i liriwrl. and with thorn wont nlin Frank Cota, a Mexican. They left Los FJcachos in tho afternoon, trave...

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. — 5 November 1896

it fi' i- Daily Capital Juurnal Tills - - ------ - Mack. "TIIUKSDAY, NOV. C, 1890. lb a DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND. WOfl Ct"' )i STEAMEIiS It's Altona and Ramona iikc ft LEAVE- ' 1 dAily. M Portland, 6:45 a. m. KJk Unlnm 7:Jt il. in.. fXCCTtl SlltlUUV. " rtiiirlr tlmr rnrnlar service and cheat) i ....mtes . lound in M M. P. BALDWIN, J Agent, Salim . miii-'i'''' Oregon. se s9i s9 sw " s y s m , is'nt Just Received n nalri i . i "lt FOOT-BALL NEWS. A line of Feather Boas and Collarettes in Ostrich, Coque, Hackle, etc, That gieit double texture, half wool Fnglish cashmere, double detachable cape, plaid lined, silk sewed, blue and black $3. T. Mverson. J, J, Dalrymple Co, . . PERSONAL. E. C. Ilcrren was a Portland busi ness visitor today. llcv. G. F. Wert was a visitor to Portland today. Receiver F. R. Anson went to Port land tills morning. A. W. Gicsy had business In Wood burn this afternoon. J. A. VanEaton was a Portland passenger this afternoon. Geo. and Mrs. W. P. Lord left this morning...

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. — 6 November 1896

tu ip" i"ir "T' 1 JLA1L CAPITAL if3iflJM -(n'l. Y rOURNAT VOL. 8. SAL.KM, OREGON, JfltlJDAY XOVEaEBER , i6C. BRYAN TOTHE PEOPLE He Talks Frankly to Ameri can Bimetallists, of Mi t.rnuto ikti.l ,. it of the .cnormoui Henubllemi nim-'HlllW UlA? 1111111 , B I 1 I I I ft iiuii M iittU UUI1L NOBLE, PATRIOTIC, WORDS From the Greatest Man In America Today. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 0. Bryan to day gave out the following: To biraetalllsts of the United States: "Conscious thattlio millionsol loyul h.urls are saddened by temporary defeat, I beg to offer a word of hoie and encouragement. No cause ever had supporters more bravo and de toted than those who have espoused the cause of bimetallism; They have fsmght from conviction, and have foiwut with itlL the zeal which con t ctiuii lusplic.'. Events will prove v.Ih'IIht t'ley were right or wrong. I ti J ( . f r done their duty us tiiey mi..' It, they liave noth ing to regret. The Ilepub litiin cuitli I "l to had been heralded as the ahance agent of pr...

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. — 6 November 1896

fvv v. FifiKfpfs 's$r m Mothers Anxiously watch declining health of their daughters. So many are cut oft by consumption lit early years that there Ig real cause for anxiety. In tho early stages, when not beyond tho reach of -medicine, Hood's Snrsa parilln will restore, the quality and tujpnMtr of thojjlpod and 'ilid4 .give goodlfcnltlii Itcad the following IcKor: "It Is ' bdt Just to write about' my daughter Cora, aged 19. She was com pletely run down, declining, had that tired feeling, and friends said slio would not live over three months. She had o bad Coil and nothing seemed to do her any good. I happened to rent about Hoo?s Enrsupa rilla and had her give tt a trial. From the very first dose flbo began to get better. After taking a few bottles she was com pletely cured and her health has been the best ever since." Mns. Addie Peck, 12 Railroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. "I will say that my mother kas not staled my case in as strong words as I would have done. Hood's Snrgnparllla has...

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. — 6 November 1896

rv DR. TALMAQE PREACHES UPON B ' ..THE SICK GENERAL" ( lu J tnt the Vestibule of a Grand Temp' -wn i"""" "" -... .. - jj & naHBMl tfiAaa TtTAd willing to Do to Dm Cnred The True jjetn'dy. BBOOKLTN, NOV, '-- ... has chosen ns tbo subject of to Xrt sermon throuRh the press "Tho wMc General," tho toxt solcotod being nKingsv.l. "Ho was n leper" Here wo havo a warrior sick, not .th pleurisies or rheumatisms or con nunptlons, but with a disoaso- worsa Ihan nil those put togetboft A rod mark has come out on tho forehead, precursor f complete disfiffnremont nnd dissolu tion. I hav0 60inetunB awful to toll ' Gonoral Naaman, tho commander In chief of all tho Syrian forces, has,iho leDrosyl It is on Dia' hands, oil his face, Ma not nn his eutiro person. The leprosy I Got out of tho way of tho pea tiloncel If n's broath strike you, you are a dead man. Tho commander in chief of all tbo forces of Syria 1 And yet ha would bo glad to exchange) conditions with tho boy at his stirrup or tho hos t...

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. — 6 November 1896

'nr-ft-iirrm ' ''" -J" Daily Capitd Journal HY Hi'KKH BWOTHKKs, FBIDA Y.NOV. 0, 18. J$ DAILY LINK 10 PORTLAND. STEAMERS H Altona and Ramona te LEAVE tj DAtt-Y. Portland, (:45 a. in. Salem 7:45 a. in., except- biinday. Quick time, regular service and cheap ... .rates, ... M. I. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. NEW TODAY, 8 Velvet stock collars, In plain as sorted colors, and In riresden patterns 25 cents. New while collars, in clerical) and In high, narrow roll effects, 15 cents, New harness bells, in checked ef fects at 2Jo, and In the new cordnioy styles at 40 cents, New ladles' umbrellas, English glo ria, natural stick. SOc. Rest half silk cnralla, natural wood handles $1. The suae on dainty steel tods $1,25, Plush capes, fur cdjjo, collar and front $6.00, T. fioiver-soD. S3fc CIRCUIT" dfJURT. biistnts . . ...r -. !r.--.i .j3M-.-.ai - .... -- . -..,-,.,. ija'fcliiiWJlTllT "" li "" " " ..TTTTS , T, , ,. . " Z." L.J" ,, , , iiilTOMIIii it li,i "r TH H Hum TCertua, Frank Sniltli, Wm. mg&i&...

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. — 7 November 1896

jm.DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAIi JK;; ,w ! '-T :U, '" r- VOL. 8. SALEM, OREGON", SATURDAY JTOVESn5ER 1, I8G. NO, 2S7 TiHLB HTY-RfleKET lias demonstrated the fact that business can be done on a CASH basis. We have only one rule and one price for everybody, and make no exceptions. Did you ever realize tho saving derived from this plan of busi ness. Wo can afford to give you better goods at lower prices than can bo found elsewhere. Our line of NJ1-1 " " " XB" LZ V3 ms ,- s A Boots and Shoes manufactured by tho Grown Mo., ure the standard of i f 1 1 r ni i ir n in IS 'COMPLETE CLOTHING In great variety. Hats, shirts, hosiery, laces ana em broidery, yarns, ribbons and all kinds of notions, sold at prices that will save you money. Our aim is is to increase our business and it will increase if quality and prices can do it. Call and Inspect our stock. Opposite First National bank, Salem, Or. LEV. .iJtXlNJdvCS, PROPRIETOR. Don t Be into buying anything tin the way of LOTH IN until you have seen out...

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. — 7 November 1896

" 1 - 11 1 11 1 1 ' ,ll! L- ' " ' -" Daily Capital Journal BY HOFBR BHOTHBR3, SATURDAY, SOV. 7, 1890. The Brynrrnien say "We are sorry, but wc would do' it oRaln." Coin's Financial School could not compete with actual coin. Mr. Uryan like a true patriot and Rentloman extended his congratula tions to McKloley. In Idaho where the Republicans and Populists fused the silver men beat them seven .to one. An engineer on the railroad to Mars lias sued the company for restoration o confidence. Oreyon seems to be the only state west of the Missouri river that sus tains the Gold standard. "Will Oregon be more prosperous? More good, real, live, confidence can be restored by properly advertis ing your business than by simply thinking that the prospect is good now tnat McKlnley is", elected. Push your business. The laboring man is a big- fellow in print, in pictures and every where else just before election, his vote counts as much as president Cleveland. When election is over it doesn't take him...

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. — 7 November 1896

' wnsu.","T"w IIMMMkia nilv iii r -i i i i. mi of PAHA The Case' of a Veteran Cited Whose Paralysis Came from Ex posure in the Army. The Equally Interesting Method of His Cure,Nand His Enthusiastic Endorsement. from Iht Ottego J-Urmcr, Oaoperttou-n, 1Y. y. ' In (he tevn t Oneonta, In Otsego County, wew York, for ft great many years there has lived union whose life has been overshod PTC1 by that terrible disease, paralysis. Recently it was rumored that a miracle liad iL norformed that this man had been re- ito-eJ to his normal health and strength and to ascertain the truth or falsity of such a rumor jour corresjxmdcnt visited Oneonta toJay and being directed to the man sought M interview with l.im, which was readily and cliccr.'ully granted. Tho man told his own itory as follews: "My name is Kdward Ilaswcll. You Trould not think, from my appearance, but I was born 77 years ago, in New Scotland, Albany County. I was roared on a farm and blessed by Nature with a strong con stitution nn...

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. — 7 November 1896

IEfe K Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKUR BKUTHUK3 SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1890. t v Mfc V" W "' M - DAILY LINJS lO PORTLAND. f STEAMERS Altona and Ramona NEW TODAY, LEAVE- DAILY. K t PfirMnnd. 6:45 a. m. J Salem 7us m., except Sunday. ( 2 Quick time, regular service and cheap f? ....rates ... i I M. P. BALDWIN, f Agent, Salem. s i i kXl M" K Just Received A line of Feather Boas and Collarettes in Ostrich, Coque, Hackle, etc, Velvet 8tocK collars, In plain as sorted colors, and In drusden patterns 25 cents. New white collars, In clerical, and In high, narrow roll circcts, 15 cents. New liarncss belts. In checked ef fects at 25c, and In the new corduioy styles at 40 cents. New ladles' umbrellas, English glo ria, natural stick, 60!. Rest half silk coralla, natural wood handles $1. The same on dainty steel rods Sl,25, Plush capes, fur edo, collar and front S6.00, T. ftolversoD. J, J, Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. J. A. Vun Eaton returned last even ing from Portland. Dr. J. A. Richardson visited at th...

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. — 9 November 1896

1. .. r:;D AIL Y . CAPITAL " ;l it xi au;ksiibM vo O. JOURNABr-, - - - - -i .rfvl THE SAIJiM, OBEGQJJMOlfBAY NOVEMBEB 9, 189B. P MFT 1 19 Jf 9 It lVt91 jPORTLAND POLITICS, ' i ' 'Hfj Sn adcSltS,ltNV?avt0tnlbslness can be done nrlcaturoArvZr. ,,J V,?1? ono :.e and one price for everybody, and mko no ecu"t!o"'e nEi ne ever realize the saving der ved f mm ?E i . s d you SiKSgasaSBMoaKaa - - l Jl V4r a . ", X V AlJl r . E --- - - " - ' . . T7 I r B-a-'vvs'o"5rse h Dot deserter nf nnrlu .. r.,1 l (i I and. hftv no cause to regrot their poU tfon during this never to be forgotten mimnmon Insido Working InU RQPtt' Tnd police wcro LMvon In. . .. fi' stmctlbns to attend strlotlv to" husi. 10 the People, neR. nnd to take no hand In politics, out it is generally believed that some of the Beoubllenn ninnhnm r m. force -woVc Instrumental m voting re peaters for the gold standard elector. CAMPAIGN OF FnilPATiniVI This is nrw-nlv rlmivTo, I " &r w" There being no registration law iti thfs state...

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. — 9 November 1896

u3m. &. WMMte ml11fTThm -Ml Daily Capital Journal BY HOPBK BHOTHSH3 MONDAY, NOV. 9,-1890; Circulate The Jourai.. Gentlemen, we would gladly give you the senate of tho United States, It seems tun United States senate lias no majority for K"ld. Too badl More money was loaned at tlie Sa lem banks November 6 than for three months before! Confidence! Gentlemen, get through with your McKlnley celebrations as soon as pos sible, and let us get down to business. Like the man who took a bath once a year, the American petiple propose to have protection, whether they need it or not. They now demand an extra session or congress. Tliuts the first thing Cleveland demanded, and we all know what kind of prosperity followed. If Hill McKlnley should full to give the good times promised them they will elect a conirress two years from now that will pass a free silver bill over his veto. The way the people are sending In their subscriptions to the one cent silver daily and 81. silver weekly Is no ind...

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. — 9 November 1896

Nervous M1,!c find just tlio help they bo r i in Hood's Sarsaparllla. It much fur- j,lei tlio desired strength by puri- i.i!..;tw ami nnrirniiirr tun lu"' ...... ...n.l .... l.n .,.... , jod. ana mus uuuuo i ni .l. .inmsrli nnrl raerulatea thn '.bote iystem. Bead this i i vant to prolie Hood'a Barsaparilla. fr health run down, and I had the grip. fAlttrlWli u3 uv-.. . ,-.- re badly affected, so that I could not do or own work. Out physician gave me ,ome M'Pi "u" !. tr Hood's Sarsaparllla. Boon I could V7 ill my own housework. I have t aken Cured Hwd's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparllla, and they have done mo much good. I irfllnotbawKhouttnem. x navo tajcen 13 tattles o( Hood's Sarsaparllla, and through Ikt blessing of God, It has cured mo. II worked as bard as ever the past sum liner, and I am thankful to say I am Swell'. Hood's Pills when taken with Hood's Sarsaparllla help very much." SjlES. M. M. Messenoeb, Freehold, Penn. This and many oiner cures prove mat cod's Sarsaparilla ithe O...

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. — 9 November 1896

& I fc Daily Capital Journal, "" " ' - "-JJ-JLLL' - !- Iill I u I mil I il I iilirfr.nm NEW CIRCUIT COURT. r..,...t..-.......-iw "--rrTii m ml BY HOFBR BKOTHBHS .Business Transacted In Other Depart- ,r , . . ( ments of Court House. 12lK,i7iteJl"n!!i? ."r' A marriage license was Issued Sat- 25 cents I y afternoon t0 w- flucw and , New white collars, In 'clerical, and " uY, ,f lfton- In high, narrow roll effects, ,,,uu, About two weeks aeo Sheriff 15 cents. " r,1't,,,i" attached 173 bales (33,034 New harness belts, In checked ef- K)l,nds)r "ps. to satisfy a Judgment- iecis at zoc, ana in the new corduroy '" L,ie Cilsc oia -Nels vs. Phil Ncfs, styles ut and stored them In the warehouse at yJ cents, I Townsend station on the Wood burn- . T - . '.i . uiuujuiiub, .crigiisu go- opmigneia Dranc 1 Of the KnuMinrn WAltona and Ramona AilS p,ci,c ". ZTZ samo on dainty steel rods i i,,u,i involving these hops, lias been ft r- I inaf.it.nf.ir1 In m, i i. . MONDAY, NOV. 9,189(I. DAILY LINK TO ...

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. — 10 November 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, K ( &! Ban VOl', . SALEM, OKEGO:NTUESDA5f NOVEMBER 10, 1806. THE) O RflGKET lius demonstrated the fact that business can be done on a CASH basis. Wc liave only one rule and one price for everybody, and make noexceptlons. Did you ever realize the saving derived from this plan of busi ness. We can afford to give you better goods at lower prices than can be found elsewhere. Our line of MO BRANCH ASYLUM Judge Hewitt's Injunction Is Sustained BY THE SUPREME COURT. vs. Hawkius 29 Wis. 473: Irwlno Kent. ot al. A V" V" Sft" N" N Z r OS ' V" owyivt aa n (iV ,, v- A Branch Cannot Be Located Away from Salem. Boots ahd manufactured by the Brown Shoe Uo. Mo., are the standard of quality. Shoes , of St. Louis, Our line of IS COMPLETE . CLOTHING . in great variety. Hats, shirts, hosiery, laces and em broidery, yarns, ribbons and all kinds of notions, sold at prices that will save you money. Our aim is is to increase our business and it will increase if quality and prices...

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. — 10 November 1896

iigjar- i iiM5r-UVA?aaHyTHisrirtwiff Daily Capital Journal BY HOFttH EHolHUKS TUESDAY, LOV. 10, 1696. TIMES WILL BE BETTER. The Journal is not a pessimist. It believes times will be better. It stands the victorious administration and een the Cleveland administra tion in hand to make times better. The honest dollar people who talk so loud about maintaining the honor and integrity of the country nave had their way. The dollar will not be debased, as they call it. It can now bo put out. Its quality is unim paired. It ought now to circulate freely and we hope and believe it. will. "Wo believe improvements will now be made. Labor will be employed. Prosperity will be increased. That is sincerely the desire of the people who voted for MoKlnley. They are honest in this and we believe will realise their hopes in partly realizing bettor times right away or at least within a year. THE INDIAN VOTE. A , correspondent at McMinnville writes as follews: "Arc the Indians on the reserva tions citizen...

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. — 10 November 1896

Gloom 260 THE MARKETS. . SILVER. New Yuik, Nov. lo.-Silver, 0c f Mll 5aaaa3iifcrfTViiTiarii?rT rCTiWipjeK'wjpiyijiipww ' i ri ii Inli 1 iir-TUTifiiiJtm'i , i..tii. despondency find despair, I in.-'""". .; i: 1. i run siiiiniii 1111 ill iiiiiim. IU H'' """ - --J I n. 1 W. " " -...1 l.nall .. iinnn tiUncr --"?t ' v, . up- "' " --..., r ' ,-- . infill' ,e ".' LIVE STOCK "aisnp.irllln, gives Unnnlitn "'"' iiif.. and vitality to the blood, .III HI II -- " ,1 i f . . mm iinp:im Chicago. Nov. 10 -Hogs--Light $3.25 G5 heavy ti.os.fali 60. J Jvff Laule Heeves ii.tific.in: ... tri I"" Y ...-I. !cnc riicn til Prn. IH.MII to gtur vigor to the whole this letter.' Ba pari 11a wonderfully, '.' i ijih njlooJ "" ii.innd mo I h n(i sickness to health, gloom to sun I a.. No pen can describe what I auf I3JW- ".,,,. I.. .li.Jr harf elrL- l.ni.t. cd- MB ue"""' " I ""- " """ " !..!, cery lew aa "" """" i .1 dearondent feelings, with Libl e bo that I could not go up heart and ei ? Jnirn BlftirS Willi""!, l...

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. — 10 November 1896

Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKBR BhOI'HUUS, TUESDAY, 2sOV. 10, 1890. New, Dr. Jaeger's stockinet in the white "K" quality, 48inch, The finrst flannel made for in fants and children. ON, THE GRID-IRON... CIRCUIT COURT. ' t DAILY LINE 10 PORTLAND, STEAMKKS t Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE tj DAILY. -Portland, 0:45 a. m. , , Salem :4S a. except- ounuay. Quick time, regular service and cheap BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. .rates M. P. )t a Just Received JtJoas. A new line of Cocque Boas in the lonor stvlc. 50c. A line of handsome Hackle Boas, long, $1.00. Everybody now wears the feather boas. Gentlemen's initial handker . te:s. did chiefs, full line ql letters in a pure linen, hemstitched initial, extra good value, 25c. Notes of the Games and Players Partic- Business Transacted in Other Depart- ipating In the Sport. i ments of Court House. Ideal -foot-bal! weatlicrl j Following docket, entries were made Pacific College at Newbcrg, cvl- in Judge Hewitt's court Menday: tlently lias a very good footbal...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
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