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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 17 November 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. vi i SAL KM, OR KGOTST TTJESJ0A Y - NOVEMBER IT, 18&. NO. 25T )L 8. REIGN CABLE NEWS feyler Attacks a Mountain Strongnom. ACE DECLARED IN ABYSINIA Itest About Bishop Ireland's pruHencei Im- Jo the Mountains. I1MVAA, Nr- J7--No very explicit Ittslmibc'cn received from uapiain- lner.il Weylor, but It Is known that Lr the engagement at the uubl fjl, he continued HI march Into the prior of the mountains lowara Irttf, id lie succeeded In penetrat ed points to which no other span- column have ever reaencd. lie sUliad several skirmishes with the Lirgents, notwithstanding the ad- intaeeous position which they hold tliese mountain strongholds, hut elms not succeeded In confronting considerable force of the Insurants. I The Insurgents have again attacked Hie village or wjuuuu, uuu u., - Sonadcd it, but without- mulcting Iny damage, the Spanish sharpshoot ers having silenced the artillery by tlon for the release of the prl picking off the gunners. Eighty-eight famili...

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. — 17 November 1896

WMiW,iW"W'""W,lW'W,'lWWMWMM.M '6fl'00L OF Daily Capital Journal K3dC!nrirfr)nncxxioDODOC3UDU BY HOKB6R BROTHBRS, Bookkeeping1 TUESDAY, X6 V. it, 1890. -Jj'f PAUL VVrfo wl Pip 1 1 M P JH? R f Irs I H 7" fll 7 - tiiilllhri'Sflir.iWHi. and Law. Sl "1RV "s-r -- -- -"-a- 1 l; THE ONLY REPUBLICAN ORGAN. The Salem Statesman lias Issued a circular "to Republicans only," and one of the recipients sends one to this offlce.S After Its herculean efforts to preserve untarnished the honor of the nation, It may not be amiss to know how It Is going to keep thocoun try from destruction, now that It has been saved. We quote a few of the most brilliant paragraphs: "We will be found in line, with armor on.ready to do battle with the allied forces of disorganization and the remnants of democracy and popocracy."l That armor must be gold plated. Kb one would be so foolish as to furnish sil ver for that paper to fight "the allied fjrcesof disorganization, democracy and popocracy." "To the Republicans of Ma...

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. — 17 November 1896

Bank iDy times. For several years x sunerea itly wJtn Pa,nB U1 Neuralgia; , one eye an about my temples, es-,-t.iiy at night when I had been, having bird day of pnysicai ana memai laDor. look many remedies, dm rouna neip on ly Hood's Sarsaparllla which cured mi' of Uimatlsm, neuralgia ana Headache. good's Sarsaparllla has proved Itself a true Lnd. I also take Hood's Pills to keep y bowels regular, and like tho pills try much." Isaac IsHwib, caDina, uuio. Sarsaparilla ithe One True Blood Purifier. AIIdriiEKhti. SI. tparedonly by C. I. Hood Co.; Lowell. Mass. lOOU S PUIS easy In effect 25 cents. STATE NEWS., SGnnts IMS' is u wive a custom Dill soon. ITlie Brownsville Woolen Mills are low running on full time. The olllelul count In Lake county ncreascd IJryan's majority from I to FThe publication of tlie Cottage jroe Moderator ceasud witli the is- iue of Saturday. I Four and half miles of the grade is Sow finished on the railroad between ebanon and Waterloo. Wednesbay Thursday and Frid...

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. — 17 November 1896

Daily Capital Journal BY KOPBR BROTHERS, TUESDAY, SOV. 17, 1890. ypcxxxxxxxxxx )$ DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND. )i STEAMERS M Altona and Ramona irf LEAVJ5 (2 dAily. t Portland, 0:45 a. m. W Salem VA5 m., except Sunday. ' Quick time, regular service and cheap W ....rates ... T M. P. BALDWIN, J? Agent, Salem. Feather Boas, Coque boas, from 50c up. Hackle Boas and Colarettcs. Ostrich Collarettes up to $5 eacli. Capes and Jackets, In closing out our line of garaents, we offer exceptional values. If we've your size, It's an opportunity. Men's Overcoats' Our "famous" $10 and $12 coats ap peal to any prospective buyer. Try a long Ulster. Ruober Coats, Slickers, etc, We sliow a nice line of these, at lowest prices. J, J, Dalrymple Co, Reed's Opera House, Thanksgiving night at the opera house "Senorita." The funiest play ever written. Pioduced by "Fin De Selcle Dramatic club." of this city II r,.r iinnoHi. of 1 1 in (7. A. R. Guaran teed to cure the worst case of the "Blues" in ten minutes, a doll...

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. — 18 November 1896

t)AILY 0 A PIT A T , JOTTttM A T: . ;. r W-Ll VOL., 8. SALEM, OREGON WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 1896. NO, T "-STrsswgw?" THE MJM' i i 'ii. i .I i . I I I r--.. . . A LMNG I OUR, utisur- olTers a line line of the best grades of clothing at very low prices. Chllds knee pants suit? from 31.25 to $3.15. Youths' three part suits ut $2.75 to $3.05 giving excellent quality for the prices. Mens' suits from $3 75 up to a line lay. all wool, worsted suit In sack or frock. We will niw you money on clothing. Our line or "Starotar" boots and shoes Is p.iseu in qua i icy. arm an mim at low prices. The line of childrens' underwear is complete, also for men and women, all are sold at the lowest rate of profit from low price to butter quality. We have oil and duck coats, bllckers, rubber coats and mackintoshes at low prices. Our stock of hosiery, notions, German knitting, Span ish and Saxony yarn, Is offered at close prices. We give bargains in all line?, saying you 15 to 25 per cent. Call und see Mr, ...

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. — 18 November 1896

Tbe Scbodlfof Pbliflcs.; :n: Nervous I'uoplo And just tlio help they so much need, in Hood's Sarsaparilla. It fur nishes the desired strength by purl- q Y " & m.-- - "t" - -T" T- i - ...I- --Miau uu cjuumuu jaiernJrOuDS, mn .to .,. u?Daie id? bunj, , ousauiuuu iiuiiul vui Kgisfpy law. ' ' A Chapter on tne California and Oregon Election Law. The Salem literary society of the statue tlma)Ati(l place after due adver- isoment. Thls hi the nrst essentia!, as it prevents repeating and stlnuiiaes a show of tiie full strength of each party, and brings out the fullest com- petition for nominations, requires fynft vltallzing m, c;richWff ie tlut tlQ election COlUmlsSloneiS Of i.lnn.l .n,1 thnn l,,,n,la ,,n thn nnrves. , ........ J. . , names from the as-(onc8 stomach and regulates tho rntlfof ivinli nroelnct. dl Vidi (1 , .i,ni ni.Binn i?.i ii.ta. I "VTi-;T"- " , 7 tuiuiu oioiviii. jiv.au who. ' equally ' between the dffferent " I want to praise Hood's Sarsaparilla. putics and from these ...

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. — 18 November 1896

TBPFW $cb'rb n VP 1 ' tJ V - i i) "Knocks Out 9 The Large Piece, P Grade of "Battle c tfe s?,k. of other ) ' rftrp-5 hi i si h r 1 . . B , jJ .aljaU J I AM V ?Jbw the dealer to . . . y by saying tney are just as good v G as "Battle Ax," for he is anxious y to work off his unsalable stock P :ast and sooth -VIA- lhasta Route, OF THE southern" Pacific Co) lalifurata Express Train Run ici.p ls -vetn Portland and ban rrancucc. 6:50 p.m.) LY) Portland rAr. (8:loa.m. l:oo d. m. V Lv Salem. Ar. J 6:00 a. m. k:k a. ml Ar- a. rrisco iv. 17:00 p. m t Above trains stop at East Portland, Oregon Fifp Wivi!)iiir Ci.1n Tiirtin ffi.irin -..,, ... uuu.u, nuuu! '" ..-...., person, Albany.Tangent Sbedds, Halsev, Hirrisburg, Junction City.Eugsne, Creswell, iajil.ii'h ixriivtr irain.i nnn nil KTniinn irnm Roseburg to Ashland, inclusive KUSKUUKli MAIL DAILY. : South North t 8:30 a.m. lv. Portland ar. lv. Salem lv. ar. Iios'eb'g lv. 4:40 p.m. 2:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 1:00 a.m. 6:20 p.m. SALEM PASSENGER. 2 South...

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. — 18 November 1896

- """ 'f . ttMitfnrrTnKw 111 n ini'i imnpsa T"- 'i ra'iii" "' iir-rm r-""" infP V tlVlTi ii.-..i,jgiwrii. Daily Caplial Journal. BV HOtTBR BROTHBRS eesssa Ma WEDNESDAY, NOV. 181890. . 'V'i' fypC22C3C233CC. ft DILY'LINJfllO PORTLAND. STEAMERS I Altona and Ramona J? LEAVE (j dAily. M Portland, 6:45 a. m. JJ Salem 7:5 a. ra., except Sunday. j Quick time, regular service and cheap 1? .... rates ... t T M. P. BALDWIN, jJ Agent, Salem. JoJ9Jm . -" " ' '" ' Suit Pattern Sale, Tli3 week we cider at special price? some very choice thing In single suit n.itt.rna. Tliev comnrise the latest effects In Persian mixtures slk and wool comblnatlonl, Uouclct, etc.ect. Any $14 suit $12. Any 810 suit 3. Any$8sult$0.r0. Any $0 .suit $5. .There's some very choice things and tliey anj money savers, one. Our OOc. line of Irldesccn now 75c. New. See those new lace and velvet col ars, new "hades, $1. Call and socket garment fascinator, I newest and best thing for garments. Better than hooks and eyes for many...

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. — 19 November 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOUENAL.0 tc?t V-r VOL. 8. SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1896. NO, XM E THE) otters a fine lino of the best grades of clothing at very low prices. Childs knee pants suits from $1.25 to $3.15. Youths' three part suits at $2.75 to $5.65 giving excellent quality for the prices. Mens' suits from $3 75 up to a lino flay, all wool, worsted suit In sack or frock. We will save vou money on clothing. Our line of "Star 5, ''tar" boots and shoes is unsur-pa-wd In quality, and all sold at low prices. The line of ohildrens' underwear Is complete, also for men and women, all are sold at the lowest rate of profit from low price to better quality. We have, oil and duck coats, slickers, rubber coats and mackintoshes at low prices. Our stock of hosiery, notions, German knitting, Span ish and Saxony yarn, Is offered at close prices. We give bargains In all lines, saying you 15 to 25 per cent. Cull and seo .T.BARN PROPRIETOR. s Special Sam That is going on atour store, is the chanc...

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. — 19 November 1896

- flotisehoIdiQ e&apfmeDf. TREATISE ON PIES. don't want a ,stln(ty" pie to be tlic result. Some people take about one Somo Well Tried Recipes and Hints on ' etnri se vera 1 spoons full of Hour and a Making Them, It Is said that p, originated with the Yankees. W that as it may, It is a well-known fact that as a general rule they understand how to make them so they nil all the requirements nf r.,,et nnd digestibility. The writer learned from u Yankee her mother, and has a sufficient amount of self appreciation to realize that, although unable to make every variety known to woman or rccoipe books, she Is not unskilled In the art of making a suffi cient number of generally liked pic?. Some recipes give an extended list of directions as to how to make the crust, and endeavor to impress upon womankind the necessity of "being ull -day about It" by doing thus and so with: puff paste, finishing with the injunction to place the paste in the refrigerator over night. But the crowning insult...

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. — 19 November 1896

STATE HEW3, , , B,kcrCityi8claUn,orlnlrrora fire "Stc'rrvcr at Albany' caused .dinapo of 830,000. miverlon people are negotiating with Eastern jiuiuen " nwucui mill. ttnn. Thomas Calvin Hyde died at bid home In baker City; on Saturday, 0Ten,D!.. ' J ,u Tlie ClllZe"i " aintiBiu, u,u hi meet en masse to consider the prc nrlety of organizing a board of trade. JIlss Maud uraper, 01 iuuaunnviue, , accldently punctured the flesh of her wrist While pairing iruiou lew uays ,,, imitennlnir hna nnatinri nnil jto, iiiouu-injiow"."!. -,""- it may be necessary to amputate the h.ind. Al Gelser, of the Bononza mine, Ba ker City, brougtit In two bricks, wclulimtf 900 ounces, valued at $16 an ounce. They started running the mill October 23 and cleaned up on tie 11th Inst. t'liilstopher Polly, of Wultci vlllc, was kicked on the leg' and had It broken in two places. . He was out upon the wagon tongue to uncheck his horses so they could drink from Hie fctieJin. Tliuma Wllhycombodled in North Y.iiniiill...

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. — 19 November 1896

I iA. Daily Capllal Journal. feV MoVeh brothers. THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1890. & A .A 4V " UV'VV'V iii'lV' H DAILY LINK 10 PORTLAND. ) STEAMEHS H Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE- tj DAILY. fc Portland. 0:45 a. in. Salem 7US a. m., except Sunday. J Quick time, regular service and cheap ft .... rates ... t M. P. BALDWIN, f Agent, Salem. w ms ws -' " "' - " '' Feather Boas. Coque boas, from 50c up. Hackle Boas and Colarettcs. Ostrlcli Collarettes up to $5 each. Capes and Jackets, In closing out our lino of garments, we offer exceptional values. If we've your size, it's an opportunity. Men's Overcoats' Our "famous" $10 and $12 coats ap peal to any prospective buyer. Try a long Ulster. Ruober Coats, Slickers, etc. We sltow a nice line of these, at lowest prices. Suit Pattern Sale, This week wc offer at special prices some very choice things In single suit patterns. They comprise the latest effects in Persian mixtures silk and wool combination!, Botielet, etc., ect. Any $14 suit $12. Any $10 su...

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. — 20 November 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JO URNALo r : '' ;L j t J0h, 8. SALEM, OREGON JSTfrDAY, STOVEaiBER 20, 1836. NO. 257 THE OFFICIAL. Table of Votes by Counties, Complete Returns for Oregon are Now In, McKinley and Hobart Have Than 200 Majority. Less offers a line line of w best grades of clothing at very Kiw nrlce. Child knee pants suit.' from $1.2,-1 to $3 ." Youth' three part suits at $2.75 to $r.6.i irlving excellent quality for the prlcrs. Mens' sultH from S3 V up to a line clay, all wool, worsted suit In sark or frock. We will save you money on clothing. Our line of "Starootar" boots and shoes Is uusur pawd In qiiafity. and all sold at low prices. The line of cliildrens' underwear is complete, also for men and women, all are sold at the. lowest rate of profit from low price to better quality. Wc have oil and duck coats, slickers, rubber coats and mackintoshes at low prices. Our stock of hosiery, notions, German knitting, Span ish and Saxony yarn, Is offered at close price. We give-bargains In all ...

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. — 20 November 1896

-Farm Department- EDITED BY Can first qlass dairying be over done? Don't dope your bens all the tliue. J. p. McMinn, of Milton, Or., cured 25 tons of prunes this year. The apple crop of the United States would fill 400,000 cars. A good sweet head of cabbage Is always In order and -never refused by hens. Build up the fertility of your farm by adding the accumulations of a good dairy. Do uot be sure of the farmers who will run mad on wheat growing. Thi-y remember the hop craze and Its effects on prices. Your Hock will impiuve just in pro portion as you cull out the undesir able birds. O. L. RiwIiuiTor Nirfi Y.iiiihlll has two pumpkins one weighs 128 pounds and one 123. The aid of the farmers Institute Is one of the things the Oicgmi farmers need. Sever put turkeys in a dark place to fatten them. It will do .for hens, but never for turkeys. Many of the farmers in the corn belt are giving the -coal combine u black eye by using corn for fuel. This value of the b mantis imported Into -the...

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. — 20 November 1896

THK OREGON OFFICIAL of Votes Cast in the Several"' Counties for Presidential ' - Electors on Nov 3, 1896. ItEPUHLICAN o en M h3 P a t- u W 1 ' o H V COUNTIES. en S4 rJi it U?4 Baker Benton .. .. Clackamas.. Clatsop Columbia .. Coos Crook Curry Duglas GIHIam Grant Harney .... Jackson .... Josephine .. Klamath. . Lake Lane Lincoln Linn Malheur.... Marion Morrow Multnomah. Po!k Sherman ... Tillamook . Umatilla. .. Union Wallowa.... "Wasco Washington Yamhill .... 956 1070 2660 051 953 1074 2664 1073 2663 1840 1020 1074 2U3, 1830 18(9 183. 1027 1104 607 t29; 1022 1103 1021 1103 1KM 007 6' 14 300 300 20 1010 1017 551 736 1014 1018 548 540 55: 734 267 1382 844 346 352 738 270 270 1383 1387 844 346 351 2215 583 2064 312 3744 586 11824 1233 426 691 1859 1303 13801 842 346 330 2208 580 205'J 312 3748 583 11810 2209 573 2210 570 2030 313 2054 312 3747 3733 584 688 11803 1249 410 11775 1242 1247 426 691 1851 C01 1855 1303 1847 1308 1300 3S0 1688 2070 .381 380 381 1698 2085 1782 1701 2032 1782 1...

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. — 20 November 1896

T-v f. - I to ru-tf &2&. I irtymmtmm re -fie Daily Capiia! Journal MY HOPRR BWOTHBR9 FIUDAY, NOV. 20.-1S91. Mf v ' DAILY HXK 10 PORTLAND. li ...... STEAMERS Altona and Ramona W ' LEAVE iJ DAILY. i f Portland, 6:45 a. m. ) Salem 7:45 a. m., except Sunday. . Quick time, regular service and cheap 3 .rates. M. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. m'0'0- lH,1' s sv w, srs -msstv '"" tSOs 9k S ! s s Suit Pattern Sale, This week wc offer at special prices some very choice thing in single -nit patterns. They comprise the latest cliccts in Persian mixtures, sik uu wool combination), Bouelet, etc , ect. Any $M suit $12. Any $10 salt 3. Aiiy8suit$0.G0. -m ag- Tlicff& 6on vryohoteomjffngl one. - -s fcWMV sj & .w Our 00c. line or Iridescent towel now7c. ' , New See those now hide and Velvet cbl: Inrn. rifWahnrfoA. Stl. Call ahd sock'et 'garment fascinator, newest' and uest Tiling Tor garments liett.er.tlmu hooks and eyes, for many thimrsK & "$L r t, je9 A P SNOW.. Condition n. fBS-tt Af...

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. — 21 November 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. t VOL, 8. SALEM, OBEGON SATURDAY, NOVEMBl&t 1, 1896. KO, r THE O.RfMET offers a line line of the best grades of clothing at vcrv low prices. Guilds knee pants suits from $1.2.") to $3.15. Youths' three part suits at $2.75 to $"i.or giving excellent (luallty for the prices. Mens' suits from $3 75 up to a fine clay, all wool, worsted suit in sack or frock. "We will saw you money on clothing. Our line of "Star 5 Star" boots and shoos is unsur passed in quality, and all sold at low prices. The line of uhlldrens' underwear is complete, also for men and women, all are sold at the lowest rate of profit from low price to better quality. We have oil and duck coats, slickers, rubber coats and mackintoshes at low prices. Our stock of hosiery, notions, German knitting, Span ish and Saxony yarn, is offered at close prices. We give bargains In all lines saying you 15 to 25 per cent. Call and see E.T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR. 6 mm That Is going on atour store, Is the chance fo...

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. — 21 November 1896

- 1 iipw 11 1 m 11 iiimiw " n 1 1111 1 1 1111 -jin . , , mni If I k tOamSUme m9mtii"IAH Daily Capital Journal, EY HOIECR BROTHBHS SATURDAY, NOV. 20,1890. As Bunker Albert, of Salem, Is not inclined to divulge Ills views as to what financial legislation should be had, it would not be out of place for the Salem silver club at its next meet ing to invito him to lay his views be fore the members of that organization. As Mr. Bryan has said, Instead ol talk ing mysteriously about "Sound Money" and an "Honest Dollar," it is nrw in order for the-advocates of the gold, standard to elaborate their finan cial system. Mr. Albert will find the members of the silver cirjof Salem composed of intelligent persons, men and wo pwn property,pay taxes, sup port the government, and are quite welll-informed, if the Statesman and Oregonian do call them hard, names. Mr.Albert could present his facts and arguments to the club. They could be taken down and then examined to see if they were true, and, if not, ...

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. — 21 November 1896

A DOUBLE CASE. Remarkable Cure of a Boston Man who was Afflicted with Salt Rheum and Rheumatism. BOTH PROMPTLY CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK, PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. , Prom the Herald, Those wfco hi had the misfortune to be afflicted with tall-rheum, more especially when it ban come in curly childhood, can .appreciate what it h to "doctor" for this al most incurable trouble. They almost all tes tify that they have "doctored" for years, and often with mo of the loading physi cians, spending large sums of money without obtaining relief. When this is complicated with r.n attack of rheumatism, especially in the case of a man wlio.se advocation it otic that cxpoci Iiim to it, the M-riotn nature of his physical ilN m.iy be imagined, and also the potent efficacy of Mich ft remedy as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, which Iris proved able in conquer such n coiiccumih of bodily problems, and to put the man into a condition of vigor us a substitute for one ofu most disheartening outlook...

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. — 21 November 1896

Daily Capital Journal. BY HOPBR BHOTHBRS, SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 1896. PERSONAL. L. II. McMahon went to Portland today. W. S. Taylor, of Gcrvais, is reported quite ill. W. J. Clarke returned to Gervais this morning. 13. F. Bonney, of Hubburd wn's in town today. Prof. Z. M. Parvin came down.from Albany this afternoon. Walter Lvon went to Portland tins morning for a abort visit. J. C. Johnson returned this morn ing from the loner valley. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Driver Jr. went to Eugene this morning ou a short visit. F. W. Power, collector for the Sa lem Water Co?, went to Portland tbl- morning. O. II. IJyland, principle or the pub lic schools at. Aurora, was in the citj today. Attorneys Frank and Wubstet Holmes went to Portland this iiftci noon. Travelling Secretary J. A. I)u n mett was a passenger to Aluiny t..is morning. Misses Edna Purdy and Gertrude Iliddcll went to Turner this morning to remain over Sunday. Among the Salemites going to Port land Ihlsafternoon were noticed U. S. Senator M...

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