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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 4 February 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL U tf . y ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. YUTj. . SALEM, OKEGOK TUESDAY, PEBRTJAItY 4, 1806. SU.i IP Y00 a Reliable AT LOWEST mi ! M YORK RACK We sell shoes that fit and wear welL Bought for cash and sold for cash That's why we save you money. E.T.BARNES. C No Trouble to Show You Hardware Tinware, Barbed Wife Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machincryjat GRAYBROS. Examine our large and complete stock. Always prompt and courteous treatment, R S, Dearborn, Bookseller , and Stationer. Special lints of office supplies. Ledgers, journals, records. Special ruled books man. ufactured to order. Office files nf all kinds 263 COMMERCIAL ST. COLLEGE OF MOSIC of the Willamette University. -UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT- ' Modern methods. JUp to date. Same as in the eastern and European Conservatories None but the best isf Good enough for beginners a well as for more advanced pupils, W. C. HAWLEV. President R. A HERITAGE. Vocal Director EMIL L. WINKLER, Instrumental Director. X X X X WE HAVE ...

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 February 1896

-, m m i WWlfcW iTTil-- -: r T " " ' r - -ijAMt.i,,MtM wp " fc r IT- f-A' . t F K. I t- ir rtu ? .'. 1. T c- Duty Capital, Jtonal' BY HOFBR BBOTHBR8, "tUMDAV. FJ3H. 4, 18M. MfitW PVIIMIIIHU I" ' ' ANNOUNCEMENT. I hoii'by nntioimeo myU " cmidldoto for the onico of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to tlio will of the county Bepubllrnn convent Ion. d-w J Ji ?.--- RAILROAD PASSES. The now constitution of tlio State of Now York prohibits the acceptance of railroad passes by members of the General Assembly and by State and municipal olllcluis. Any person elected by the people or appointed to otllco Is prohibited under severe pen alty from accepting free transporta tion. In addition olllcluis of trans portation companies arc also prohib ited from Issuing pasos to oillclalB. As a result the freo pass buslncs luv been virtually destroyed In tlio StaK of New York, and the last heard of tl was n contention by notaries public that they were not, In the meaning of the constitution, State oMclnls. But If ...

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 February 1896

faJlHrHMIHT)ll ifllMW Makes tiio Blood Pinv u tr'1 i, "MC" ot the cures by Hood' UarapiU. n,,i thlsx "larataglaa to writ that I health and is.ls ail because Ilood'a Barca- parilla made rny blood pure. My health broke down With trouble peculiar to women, m y ..narrous ars- Item wai shat- I tared nri T hod to take my bed. The physician said there wai little hope for me. A neighbor told of wonderful cures by Hood'a 8r. partita and I decided to try It. When" I hod tnkeu 3 bottles, I couldsltupand now lam perfectly well and atroajr. Hood's SarsapariJIa has done alt thta for me." Mrs. O. F. l'ADKaitn, La platta City, Colorado. MM ... -..- . . mm'mL -x--. ""- "" THMHH-SSj. Il;n7 lm JITIiniTi i rnriM ' Ml II W II ailflfl 11 II lllllilll frill II MKlUIillio - a Pi fmiimm nn in iniapdn HMMMMMWll Phenomenal Demand for Weekly Newspaper. IT ADVOCATES Ml'UIARJIBAStRfeS Characteristic Letters From All Kinds of People, Till nlirmnmnmil nlrvmlnttn.. . n. E.E1.Y CA.l',1.TAL Journal In nil the postoll...

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 February 1896

"WT - ar," i"" f , !lH Daily Capital Journal faM i ., . JfrAJJirtiMiMflj"" . mn nmrantrfr' - mi iiiiii j iy -- ,--- " 1" ' """ '"' '' '' ""'- ,1 in Connor, insolvent', Jns. Card I " I . ,rttMtinM OEAD. is rDum OUWK j -- " l( " ) BY HOimR DROTHBRS, TUESDAY, FEB, 4, 1890. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE nxtLY. Portland. 645 m Salem, 7S45 m Independence, 6130 a. m, SUNDAY. 9:00 a.m. 10:15 Bin 6oa m. jy Freight received up to 10 p. m.JSi q ck time, regiiiar Ye'rvi'ce and clieap . ...rate ... ,.,,., M. V. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. Local News CHRONICLE, Racial and Fraternal SOCIETY of Social ana Events. IIAKD TIMES make people feel blue, but a remedy ...... -,.i,in,i fnr the nconle 01 nas uuun iunvv . - - - i.i- ! Tim entertainment tuia "J - ., ,,., Brooks and Macy, tlic greni 11u1n.11 .. . An tho nu PtnnT and Pillar Of r,r!ilan Church Passes Away. Hiram A. Johnson, Sr., Iwttcr known as Squire Johnson, of Salem, .n,.,i nt i.u lmniR at 307 Church street, by this morning, February 4, 1800, at...

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. — 5 February 1896

'tf iVr-i iK,1Wjmypr 'BrmtW lUljltimJIM l1 J O URN ALfc,- ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VCL, H. SAL KM, OKKqOK, WPNfBDAT FEBItTTART R, I8S. KU.JM :wngftu,Httimfifcafiy rw i nn DAILY y jljLX. JUJL jlJLJ MVmMKii',MnMN xt" af JNste v :- 4L some fine bargains in Call in and get special yl Krausse Bros. 275 Commercial street ZC No Trouble to Show You Hardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machincryjat GRAY BROS. -o Examine our large and complete stock. Always prompt and courteous treatment, F, S, Dearborn, Bookseller , i and Stationer, Special lines of office supplies. Ledgers, journals, records. Special ruled books man. ufactured to order. Office flies nf nil kinds 263 COMMERCIAL ST. COLLEGE OF M05IC of the Willamette Oniversiiy. -UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT- Modern methods. JUp to date. Same, ns In the eastern and European Conservatories None hut the best ls!cood enoiich for beginners oh well as for more advanced pupils, W. C. HAWLEY. President It A HERITAGE. Vocal Director ...

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 February 1896

felt e . tf. ' i' -? ni b t & & ( ,J El '' .! It t r- 5'T-' .' I fi n1f 3 i 5 ,m ! 'I Mi H 'Mi ! 1 H..S III ll ll .,t mm P ffiM r- WW".' ! I HI aV 1 I r t F- ;: UwxZuitVwttMttte1 tabs, use an AllCOCK S Plaster Bear IN MIND-Not one of the host of counterfeits and Iraita- tloni is as Reed as tne genuine. Daily Capital Journal OY HOK1SK DROTHBHSi WEDNKSPAY, FEU. 5, 1890. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself ns a candidate for the olllce of COUNT V ASSESSOR subject to the will of the county llcpubllcan convention. .w .1. A. VAN EATON". ' ' ' "" LEGISLATIVE RECORD. " THE Further Proceeding's From the Printed Journals. Jammryl!l,Mr. Long, or the com mittee on resolutions, submitted no extended report on the clerkship iuev tlon, reciting the abuses of the preced ing legislature, ami cniifludlng thus: First--That the mnxlmum compeii satlon for so-called experts or skilled and whereas, under the present sys clerical service be llxed at a rate not torn It Is easy for the money power...

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 February 1896

rswrvr ??-' 1 i I 1 1 II II ll I I I l.i Nervousness 1 Caaao bepeaMBtlyMiad fcytfca qm QfopUtettndieditiTaeompouadf. ItU too deeply td. It ia caused by a impoverished condition of the blood, upon which the nerrea depend for suste nance. Thl ia the true and only natural explanation for Bervomneta. Purify, en rich and -vitalize the blood trltb Hood's Sarsaparilla and nerrouaneesi will disappear. Hood's Banaparllla Trill give -vitality to the blood and will aend It coursing through the Tolns and arteries charged with the llfe glvlng, strength building qualities which make strong nerves. It you are nervous. .1 J AJUUM jmmntiiAiim UU MUM kuo HUia relief of which hundred! of people are tel ling In their published testunonlcls. Get WHY rjDME Phenomenal Demand for a Weekly Newspaper. ITAUVOGATfiS POPULAR MMM MIM"WJ f H i Characteristic Letters From All Kinds of People, Hood J and o Only Hood's Because Hood's Banaparllla Is the only True Blood Purifier prominently In the public eye today. So...

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 February 1896

T JHTfTy - TWWf jj f "lFT t " fef ? Ji .Tr im.!-.. IF ? r. .'& l' vs m , r - wf!iiv; . i $& lH., W. V SJr .?. M. r ." " ' iK . ... i - i in Jswi i " Oaiif CapitaNoufnal BY HOintR DKOTHBK8, acuKpaaY STEAMERS Altona and Ramona -LEAVE DAILY. Portland, CMS m Salem, 7'4S " Independence, 0130 ft. m. SUNDAY. 9:0011. m. 10:15 A.m. 6:00 a m. Freight received up to to p. m.Sl C ck time, refiuiar Ve'rvice and cheap ,,,. rates ... ,,., M. 1. UALDWIN, Agent, Salem. Sousas Band Coming Reed's Opera House, Wedesday, Feb, 19th Scats on sale for Saus's Coiv cert Band Friday morning, Feb, 7, at 9 o'clock sharp, to sub scribcrs only, R :scrvcd scats, SI and 1.50, PATTON;BROS T.o-al Manaccfs for Sousa's Concert Band. PERSONAL. V. W. Elder and W. H. Cooper, of Stuyton, wore In town today. Ilonry Kecno, Sr., ono of the pio neers of OrcKOii KopubUcnnlwii, wns In town today. Geo. (liirrlson, of AIhcii, Is In tlio city upending it few days with Ills 'InyfilliSEjJliS-J3ruM lYivtaun. MToroniun of thoSn...

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 February 1896

""HP twngmfKn) DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY, VOL. 8. SAL KM, OR KG ON, THUKSDAY ITJCJJRTJAIIY G, 1896. JffO.'H .. !." m If MI RACK i . a; is offering all'its stock of winter under wear for ladies, gents and children, at greatly reduced prices to close out these lines. Wc offer the best alkwool scar for men at 75c, former price $lj the best allwool scarlet for ladies at 65c. former price 90c, Excellent natural wool underwear for ladies at 55 to 65c, former price 70c and 85 c. We offer as a special bargain good merino uiv dcrwear for ladies at 25c, former price 35 to 45c. These are special bargains. We have many other grades all reduced in proportion, We have childs' good merino, small size, pants for 5c, Also a choice line of mcn's,boys' and youths suits, and a large line of men's, women and childs' "Star 5 Star" shoes, all at very close prices, Call, save money, p a: r. w s a: .V a; E.T.BARNES. ESC No Trouble to Show You fHardwar e, Tinware, Barbed Wire Blacksmith S...

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 February 1896

" T"1 "'rfT-iwir t i t : i i? - i , i 1M V I " ! I?' i.v, &f i ! i' M 1 ?uj w mi Daily Capital Jgurna j Bfjr fipi'l .ill J - I"- 1 1 BY HOlTtER BROTHBR3, THURSDAYS FEB. 0, 1800. ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 hereby nimoiinco myself ns n randldntc for the onlco of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to tho will of the county Republican convention. fl.w J. A. VAN EATON". HIGH SCHOOL APPROPRIATIONS. The RoMjburg Plalndcnler Is firmly opposed to the legislature npproprlut- lng a dollar to aid high schools. But If the nnnronrlatlon bo made, every normal school should k treated alike. If Monmouth ami Weston bo aided Drain and Ashland should get an equal share, according U) thc popula tion of tho county In which thc school Is (situated. We object to aiding these schools for tho reason that, practic ally, the few are Iwnelltted at the ex pense of tho many. That Is an Injus tice, and no species of argument can bo made to Justify It. If the thous ands of dollars which have been reck lessly squandered on tho Monmou...

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 February 1896

400 m I.rt,y.Hti: ;wwu,iw. rfacmi :miMeut'. kMtoMi at. we MM iiSH'pi",ft?i rJF?t c - a ,mmmwn Catarrh Ilea troubled mo for 11 years. I Lara Inken four bottles of Hood's Sarsan&rilla and ra porfectlr cured. I think Hood'g ' Sarsaparllla has no equal, and believe that many who are In no or haitti ni ,.... I Phenomenal Demand for a Weekly Newspaper. IT ADVOCATES IMI'llLMliHSUS Characteristic Letters From All Kinds of People. become discouraged, would be restored to good health if they would only glv Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair trial." Wm. J. Bknsoit, Astorla.Ore. 1 IUUU o I-ilia an.h(Uehe. . AN OPTICAL ILLUSION. How nn Ordlinry Itnft Mado a Sensatioa ou thu llnglnirailsiioiiri. Captain fukontf, nn old river mnn, ere ttcd qulto 11 reiifntlon by tho peculiarity of l'io crnft iu which ho onco tmvlgntcd the Missouri river. Ho wns ijutton Bnortamnn, uid nn ono of lil-i hunting excursions hU -' v ) iNfirs -.Klffl 2 :: :--agB! iZJSSzsSifc. 'SA-KiiavEfftiTai sSrfascaH ssasss tetosks&gS3...

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 February 1896

t"Ht "T'Wllipf p wf- jlJ&T' vnl km 'M km m yi t uA&ttnkntaAm Daily Capital Journal UY HOKBR BROTHBRS. THURSDAY,! FEB. 6,1890. igBciSa?W' STEAMERS 'Altona and Ramona, LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. IVirllantl. 6iie A. m. OW m. Salem, 7145 m. Independence, 6130 a. m, EJPFreight received up to 10 p. m.EJ Q ck time, regular service and cheap ....rates ... M. I IULDWIN, Agent, Salem. 10:15 a.m. 6poam. Local SOCIETY News of Social and Records and Sousa's Band Coming. CHRONICLE. Fraternal Events. Mr. Win. Armstrong Jr., of South Salem, yesterday made his two daugh ters, Misses Eva and Lou, a handsome present, It being a Decker piano, purchased from Wiley 13. Allen & Co., of this city. A PLEASANT EVENT. Tuesday evening Mr. N. .7. Damon entertained his class of boys of the First Presbyterian Sunday school, at will rccclvo his residence, corner State and Four-, n due time. tecnth street. The evening was most pleasantly spent by the lMys. A delicious lunch way served thus bring. Ing to a clo...

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 February 1896

'wv rri -n DAILY JOURNAL. ?k . ASSOOlATED VPRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SAX EM, OKEGrCMST, MEU35A1P FEBRUARY 7, 18tf. HiiiiII .NOv i ia u . A t " SHOES IS OUR HOBBY, rww IP some fine bargains And we are going to keep abreast of all competition in quality, quantity and styles. In our odd pair de partment you can get in shoes at all times, BIG FLOOD AND FIRE, A Dam Breaks and Several Towds Flooded. TWENTY HOUSES BURNED Call in and get special prices now offered at While the Water Drives Many Fam ilies From Homes. ANOTHER JOHNSTOWN FLOOD. equip, from small In- Kraxjsse Bros 275 Commercial street & 2C No Trouble to Show You Through and Give Prices. Hardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machineryfat But the Rosults Are Not Proving So Disastrous. GRAY BROS Examine our large and complete stock, Always prompt and courteous treatment. R S, Dearborn, Bookseller , ; and Stationer Special lines of office supplies. journals, records, special ruled Ledgers. books man ufacture...

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 February 1896

'VtT'T pByw?rTF IjjfjjijjZ i -iSftjplttJ . M ,'fri 1 p I 11 C' VwvwW reM for If von waiHt a sure limes, use an Allcock's Bear in MlNO-Not one of tions is as good as the genuine. inwtiWHiiii'i"" "" Daiiy Capital Journal 11MII.BIWIWJI If BY HOPER BROTHttRS, FRIDAY, FEH. 7, 1800. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby nnnounco myself ns a cHiiillelnte for tlio olllco of COUNTY AKSKSSOll subject lo tlio win oi uiu county Jtcpubllam convention, d-w J. A.YAXEA'I TON. DARKLEY A REPUBLICAN. Tlio Kiilum Sliilemnim 'lias given Its render, tit least in weekly readers In tlio country, tlio Imprwloii twit Hon. If. L. Uiuldoyof Womlbtirn lias left tlioTieniiblican party. Tlio idea was llmt Inslniialed by a local report In t lie Statesman from Wooribiirn to the elTcet that Mr. Uarkley wns In favor of the Initiative and referendum. The Ktateaman Itself cdltoally en dorsed the dlreet legislation system thovcry next day, but probably did not print that lu Its weekly, and now it few Htrlkcrs are busy circulating tho ...

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 February 1896

- VWH"JJf7n.,r"J?ftw',pwwiy fTrf9'-vj-4f&rfifrir " t r-t iXvVWjy' ''' JVTrHgPV'r' A Great Blessing My rrlfa and Z feT fooad In Hood's StmpaxllU. Mm bad xteonttlim very ovKoly, with ankles and lcgi badly swollen, and hardly able to gtt up and down talra without help. Many other remedies lallod, bat Hood's Barsa- , parllla entirely cured her. It was : only shortly after ; that I was taken with the name complaint, affect- 1 Ing my limbs and hips, so I just tried the samo medicine with the samo result. My wife and chil dren tako Hood's Barsaparilla wheneTcr they (eel tho need of o medicine and it im mediately makes them feel better. Hood's Sarsaparilla EAvcs mo doctor's bills. I am an engineer, and well known in this locality." Q. W. Wtatt, White Bead Hill, Indian Tcr. I J O'SBsVIMSBSBSBSBSm. JsSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSsHkSBll MKeSaEZaM Hood's Pills esrV1,nyM7totalc, ATCHISON PHILOSOPHY. mi IT JlllCIMTES Phenomenal Demand for a Weekly Newspaper. IT ADVOCATES POPDLAR MEASURES Neighborhood ...

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 February 1896

SLsssascs Wffl&mtMmS!uShfc&3M&bmnm'n IM mnynaji m m i In nnii iliti - - -- K lH S, k' ;N v BtJfvgmTffi-.je!iagaaOTirom3rM ,'""?' ' ' mummm.Luw.fci ii ii i.iumg Daily Capital Journal SOCIETY nv hoi'BK rm ithbrb FRIDAY, FEB. 1890. jB :mSj3, ie?JWs'' STEAMERS Altona and Ramona j LEAVE hah r. JPortland, 6:45 a Salem. 7MC a. in. Independence, 6130 a m. SUNDAY. 9:00 a.m. 10115 a'm- 6:00 am. Ep-Frclght recehed up to Io p. m.JP 7 cl time, rrgutflr service and cheap rates ... Al P. BALDWIN. Agent. Salem. Sousa's CHRONICLE. Local New of Social nud Flbtemai Events. Adjt. Gen. and Mr. A. 33. Tuttle icturncd to Portland tills afternoon, nflcr spending a short wn-on In the city. Owr the Tea flips" next Monday .illeinoon at the home nf Mrs. Jo", ('iivnnaiurh. The usual piotfraiii vlll he Indulged In. Miss Osklc Matthews will entertain home of her numcious young friends this evening at her home on Knglc wood heights. Whist and other ninuscmcnts will be Indulged In. riHDAY NlOHT I'AIITV....

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. — 8 February 1896

IP5fflW?PWpp plW7-r-5p,Trr, mM , VtVli .'lWWy.,,HI KiitiM Hlm HiiMH HHlMWln Md' JOURNAL, UAlJu Y M v ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY, ii iT i . il. Sl. ftfi -. -i -i- I o w i W iiMirAUdSSiBflWBWMIWi VOL. 8. sal em, diiEGOsr 'stntbA-Y EBRITABT 8, I80 . 7 vsi 7 JSO.4 A I fW YORK m Ml- " " . a: . is offering all its stock of winder under wear for 'ladies, gents and children, at greatly reduced prices to close out these lines. We offer the best all-wool scar for men at 75cf former price $lj the best alJwool scarlet for ladies at 65c. former price 90c, Excellent natural wool underwear for ladies at 55 to 65c, former price 70c and 85c. Wc offer as a special bargain good merino uiv derwear for ladies at 25c, former price 35 to 45c. These arc special bargains, Wc have many other grades all reduced in proportion. We have childs' good merino, small size, pants for 5c. Also a choice line of men's,boys' and youths suits, and a large line of men's, women and childs' "Star 5 Star" shoes, all at very close...

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. — 8 February 1896

i; SMflTWfTflP ppn 1 , it' ' .& ;i bEautifdl and The Great American Prima Donna Made Well by Paine.s Celery Compound. Thoro wns never remedy so lilplily recommended ns 1'nlno's celery com compound, Tlicro was never n remedy lu kucIi universal demand. For It makes people wolll Every one among tlio tliouwuula wlio liavo beon delighted by tlio beau tiful sonpofIloiiin.) the (treat prima (brum, rcco(;nlo In lior one of tlio world famous Dinger. Horn In California, she Kiiulimtcd with lionorn at Emitoni musical col leges, and on lior return to tlic coast, beenmo llrst tlio prima tlomm-ut tlio Tlvoll opera house In San Francisco. It wns whllo making tlio tour with tlio famous Marino Hand of Washing ton last Ktuibon, that the beautiful Honia felt the Btrnln of travel, hurry and work, yet lu the ovenhgu she Daily Capital Journa BV llomSK UKOTIUCU3 SATM11DAY, FEB. 8, 1600. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself as a candlJato for tlio olllco of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will of tho ...

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. — 8 February 1896

i P r ST'frfynpnjunif pv rwwf -"TW' pjiihii i 'IWMJ'AWP"!'? ",'il $W a- lHitHWmi m, i j tKaiaj, 2HC I Prize flood's Cnr?apr.rllln more than any remedy I have t-et tnken. I laavo novor ben robust end &s subject to oovoro headaches, and had to appetite. Since talcing Mood's Sarsaparilla K i A Hood's Pills I am a well woman, i avo a (joon appoiuo ana tioep Troll. E .'" f Ho. Mnp. 8. M. Gorham, JMlmore Elii t Fillmore. California. (r, ! 'nod's Pills curo fu Mw lu bu,M OUR FOREIGN FRIENDS. (Continued from first page.) jsslons of the British crown, that vc 'should take It under our protection .and Incorporate It with our empire, though the lionor of such a request Uvould bo highly appreciated, 1 think fcthc responsibility would 'bo declined Iby every British statesman to whom Clt could possibly bo made. Well, then, If we aro absolutely at Pone both with President Monroe and ttrltli i tin (rfint. linli nf ntiltilnti Iti Mia I"1-' """ -"" "v.j . vi.iiiiuu in uu .United States of Armetlc...

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. — 8 February 1896

"TW rrnffiittV'Mto7itaiWfrUV il . ! I M ,1 s- ' t JM t Et , Daily Capital Journa BY MOKECK BROTHBR3, SATMRDAY, FEB. 8, 1890. I Sj'IXAMIXS 'Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland, 6.'45 a. m. 9:00 . in. Salem, 7145 " ,0!,S " Independence, 6J30 a. m, 6o a m. dTFretght recehed up to lop. m.4E:' C ek lime, regular service ami cheap ....rate ... M. I. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. Souses Band Coming SOCIETY CHRONICLE. Local News of Social and Fraternal Events. Mr, 0. L. Darling ami little sou are visiting relatives at nubbard. Mrs. A. S. Ilrnslfrlrl returned last (veiling from a short visit at Portland. MI Lena Knight returned this J morning from it visit with Portland friends. Miss Kittle Ilurbord returned last evening from an extended visit with friends at Spokane. A HOCIAI. IMNCK. A danco was given In tlio Holmes hop liouso, south of Salem, last even Ing In which scvcralSalem people par ticipated. Music was furnished by the Creston Orchestra and supper was served nt a late hour. The...

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