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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 28 January 1897

- -BH-fir -"r- rg!rtgpfr-v- --ywy-w'i. g ... t-yyi; - DAILY CAPITAL URNAL SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY JAXUAHY S3, 18.T. NO. JtK -t nwr"i" O ) i J& THE A w York Ra has Just closed its fifth year, and we are satisfied with the live years' trade, and pleased to say that their customers express themselves as satisfied with the prices they have paid for poods purchased, and appear to be content to trade with us the coming year. On our part we pledge ourselves to follow the original plan adopted by us, and mark goods at as close figures as ever. We ask our patrons to call and examine our line or clothing, for men, youths and boys, which we offer at low prices; also our "Stnr-5-Star" line of boots and shoes for men, women and children, they can't be beat: also underwear for all ages, hosiery, notions of all kinds, laundrled, and unmunariea ana worK Sturm, hats, caps, etc. Our prices are low, quality good. Call and see us. .T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR. 4fe. L BAcademy Appropriation After Long Discu...

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. — 28 January 1897

!' 1 Kv U: &??? E " . tf f 41 N- . KIICMD Refused to Buy Codes Or Order Printing Done for the Legislature. At It first session the senate or tbe present Oregon legislature ordered copies of HIH'8 annotated code and cession laws up to date, but Secretary of State Klncald refused to buy the same unless a bill or Joint resolution authorizing the expenditure oftbla amount of money, aboutll270,was rcg ularly passed on roll call of both houses. Ho returned the resolution and has not 1'card from the senate since then. KKMJBE8 PKINTINO KXPEN8K. Following correspondence between Mm firnreiarv of state and the slate printer explains Itself: STATE Of OREGON, Salem, Jan. 27. 18U7. Hon. Harrison It. Klncald, Secretary of Stale: , . ,.,. - . Dear 8m: A number of bills for acts of the Nineteenth Leglblatlve Assembly, Introduced and read In the house of representatives, m organ Ited January 21, Inst., by thirty-one members of the house elected In June last, with the Hon. II. L. Hcnsoti as Hneakc...

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. — 28 January 1897

M igtuj JrancH )i rity, J at IUt On ns m rell )IR, build: tme tin ' ! est.' iiw Miimw .id,;, JMiipiiisn'wVM K jIUi.i.iWWBl.JWL oils i often difficult to convince nso- iT blood Is impure, until dread rbuncles, abscesses, boils, scrof- Isnlt rheum, arc painful proof of mm,. It is Avisdom now, or wlien- cro is any indication of Impure tto take Hood's Sarsaparilla, and t sucn eruptions nutl suffering', d a dreadful carbuncle abscess, y, fierce and sore. The doctor at- me over seven weeks. When the broke, the pains wcro terrible, and ht I should not lire through it. I tend read so much about Hood's rilla, that I decided to take it, and sband, who was suffering with ook it also. It soon purified our lood Me up and restored my health bo tiwc; although the doctor said I would m be able to work hard, I have since 9M the work for 20 people. Hood's Snr MprUI cured my husband of the bolls, and we regard it a wonderful medicine.'' ANNA rETEHSON, Latimer, Kansas. I Mitchell Republicans 2 Republic...

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. — 28 January 1897

- mum TTT'M?a.T T w ii t1 Daly Capital Journal. BY HOtrSK BROTMKR". THUBSDA'i JAtf. 23, 18OT. XXXXXXXXXXX DAILY LINK TO POBTLAHD. BTEAMEB8 ! Altoaa and Ramona -LEAVE-DAIX.Y. Portland, 0:46 a. m. (Quick time, regular tcnrice and cheap .i. . M, P. BALDWIN. Agent. Salem. fvw Tfiffif irv?3kf a: The American Queen JUST IN X Lines of plain wisat 20, 25, 30 and 35c Public 6cbool graduates take; note. Tbe raines In these arc better than ercr. Plain India line also from 10c up. Also collar canvas, Pride of West muslin, sheetings, -light outlnRS, plain Jap Allies, etc THOSE SILKS, We're been selllnjr at 75c (regular 11.25 and II kinds) we're decided to close oat entirely. Tbe assort ment will soon be taken. More quickly. SOME WAISTS, X We bare quite a number of ex cellent quality or Outing flannel and plaid cotton waists, were ?5c to (2, we offer them to close out at 60c Aline thing for service able bouse wear. See sale counter. T. floIversoD. i affnun m' ' "' "' ' I w wsssmmsm w w. - . - JOU...

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. — 29 January 1897

JOURNAL. DAILY CAPITAL SALEM, OB EGON, JTIUDXy NO, 2R JAaSOJAIlY 2!), 18J)T. a eWc Hut Jar Li- mil ni m 3 eL Fop fife Thirty JP3k Days. V :o: To BHJies reduce our stock and make room ring goods, we will reduce prices in of shoes for cash. Call and gett he :tion at KRATJSSE BROS. - 275 Commercial street. f "jsUS1 'R m Fa Crockery, JSt Glassware, JSC , Tableware. The Pioneer Store is making a break in Crockery Glass and Chlnaware, which places their fine line of goods below anything ever attempted. Din ner sets 120 pieces, semi-porcelain decorated $10 99. 44 pieces Tea Set. $3.25; Water Sets, imported glass, $1.85 to $1.95; worth nearly double. Everything from a teacup to the finest imported sets reduced to the cost line. Cash takes everything at yonrown figure, Hohn 6. Wr! 01 t DEFEATED Suceeded by Henry Heitfield. Populists Successful in Idaho and the Silver Cause Is Safe. KINGTON, BOTTGER & CO., STOCK AND GRAIN EXCHANGE lOS COURT STREET, LEM, - -. OREGON Telephone No. 68, See t...

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. — 29 January 1897

iZd ik fck- If kh ! r. x POPULISTS Battling Against Injustice. Want Representation On the Boards of Election Judges. The People partr men In this legis lature arc pot Ktondlntf out for Mr. Bourne for upeakcr or any other man as a personality, but they are (landing out as a matter of principle, for fair play In the elections. To secure this end tbey will demand an organization of the house that will enable them to rcoort. discuss and place on Its pas- wliat Is known as the Holt. any appolntraeot, Dor to remSre any Judjreor clcrlr of election without the consent. In writing, of the county central committee chairman and sec retary on whose recommendation he was appointed. UfflTED, Silver Men and Pojmllttt Urged to Stay United. re-for sage not only members election law. Tills law Js demanded by the country but In the city of Portland. A Portland paper siy: To state more sped llcally. It Is desired to have a Republican, a Democrat and a Pop ulist Judge at cich pilllnztxnth In stead of tw...

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. — 29 January 1897

'VFvmr?' SENSATION Ml&ene in Olympia, Wash, jRet5entatives Accused of Asking Bibes -Dramatic Situation. MPiA, Wash., Jan. 20. A scnsa- as caused in the legislature by argesniude intliePost Intelli- by Dr. J. Calhoun, lato squire cr. specific cuarRes were made t Representative A. D. "Warner, Ycrctt, and Senator Plunimer, Twaaldent pro tcm. of the senate, this tilng rose to a question of personal xlyilego and in a sensational speech branded the charges as being as false 11, and asked that a committee Itxsl appointed to investigate the charges. Speaker Cllne immediately ap pointed a committee of five to investi- gatothe charges. Tlioiflrst ballot today and the 22nd jofnttjwllot resulted as follows: Tur- neffifjuWinsor, 41; Squire, 0; Denny, 23, Absent, 1. Jftie 23d Joint ballot Turner rc- 35; Winsor, 42; Squire, 6; ?, 20; Cllne 2. Jthe 24th joint ballot Turner had Jnsor, 44; Squire", 4; Denny, 20; afij.2. E&S'adjournment was then taken. Cancus. RMcmpia, Jan. 29. Judge Geo. Tur-...

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. — 29 January 1897

J - V. I- K ItV - i a Daily Capital Journal,!; BY HOFBR BROTHKWV A2 iHpEOVEMEjrr. Yoa Ibenref ort b find nor d it cud depart uwftt Ib a &cw heal km darvcdr aader ,lbefcvHebt T11j:Ivm a br iartfesi aaeM. dtsway iizat fa tae rnr aaa will be appreciated by ci4er aad saJesaaan altfce. ft e are waking pieparattoas I receive otrwir Maes at tee latent fabric M !Bk fire pared lo ssvw taeat -la a mre saw ! factory raa&aer tbas ever before. " ' Sflk aad velvet depxrtsaea also n DAILY LISK TO JOBTLAXD. wMUis, 2 to ate. a yard. Dataty pai ? I teroas callable for aaderarcar. M STEAMERS Lace iFtoUag a bo atata aad u ipotat l. fecpnt, FRIDAY JA. 29, 17. CONTEST AXXSR. I XSST HAVE A TR V BJJMwtt Ao aaAarttTt Between Reds aadYellews. Myj New H sobers 3fsg Seoardl tW tfce Y. M. C. A, ft Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE L DAJI.Y. i Portland, U:t3 a. m. 'l Salem ;.sl&, except Ssoday. ....rite.... tj H. r. U4LDW1X. AgeeJ, Satan. R The American Queen The friiMOl INwraU-d taijttiJar and lnifje aiHal...

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. — 30 January 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. He SALMr, orkgo:n sattjbday, January so, i89f. NO. Si KyoL. 9. ; Phcn money matters arc close, get for every dollar expended as much as possible 01 the articles required for the comfort and convenience of the family, For this reason they will find THE X Just the place to visit, X, Their stock of men's, youths' and boys' .CLOTHING.. and ladies', gents' and children's SHOES of the "Star-5-Star" line are unsurpassed, and all best grades warranted. Their stock of underwear for ladles, gents and chil dren, hosiery, suspenders' cloves, ties, handkerchiefs, laundricd and work shirts, Fedora and other hats and cans, ribbons, laces, embroideries and a thousand other articles, is unsurpassed for quality, and sold at very low prices. Call and save 15 to 25 per cent. B.T.BAR PROPRIETOR. -t urocKery, , Glassware, X Tableware,. patBBESESEB The Pioneer Store is making a break In Crockery Glass and Ohinaware, which places their fine line of goods below anything ever attempted...

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. — 30 January 1897

r- IRMUliiaa C. H. MACK it If- tf . if P.Cf v X M ti- - ! (ft if I3i-.. ". -5 ii -- , miW HI Daily Capital Journal. BY KOFBK BROTMSRS, SATURDAY JAtf. 30,. I8W. LEGISLATURE MAY OROANIZE. Tlil atrofftfle ba now enured the close of tbe third wee. For only fire days can these men draw pay. We belleTe the back of the facing-twin wayn senatorial ambition Is now practically broken and tbe legislature can be organized In the cobiIdjt week. Wcbellcre some Important remedial legislation will pa. The reforms cannot be made at a stroke, w long as legislature must elect senators. a hn- that are due to defects lnllie constitution must await amendment nr reforms Hon of the organic law. for which prollon should lie made. The charitable and educational Insti tutions no lu eilatencc should re ceive reaMinablc support. .Sweeping changes cannot be accomplished, but no new offices, commission or Insti tutions should be created. All appro priations should bs scaled down ? as to effect a faring of from I2...

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. — 30 January 1897

CONGRESSIONAL I 'MonetarV Bill PaSSeS. mu J r n I -l- Unnnn HpneontC KOCn II- l.1Br1 l UaiiUII iwiwiw twwwH i Mitions Arbitration Favored, Fasiunuton, Jan. 30 By a decisive i of 40 to 4 the senate passed the tfor the appointment of the com- Bioncrsto an international mon- conference. The closing debate jght out several notable speeches, ludlng those of Hoar, Vilas, Jones Lrkansas, Gorman, Allison and rtor. It disclosed the fact that tile opposition existed against the Vft nnlir rllTtlatnn Vmtnrr na tr. fltn , IHOUL.J U...C.U.. IU8 CO , U.,V, liirpedency of seeking bimetallism mtrotigh an international agreement. "voicing the general views on the Democratic side, Jones and Gorman favored its adoption exactly as the Republicans desired, in order that the responsibility might be theirs. I Hoar's speech attracted attention as fifte;most noteworthy utterances of the feeteran senator in recent days. io oke of his observation in Europe paring the last summer, his agreeable IdiScussion with...

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. — 30 January 1897

k m B' to. Mmhuhmkbmuuu ir-nmwrtiufflTtnnmiiiif'i"'-"f M fifrmti rWlnW njnAwfifeAfm liWf ' iWiWtw Daily Capital Journal, fiY HOKKtt BROTHERS, BATURDAi JAN. 30,. 1897. t v " " " Ik" " " 4? X''V'''. t -'UV-' r DAILY LINK 1 0 PORTLAND. Q STEAMERS Altona and Ramona B , AN IMPROVEMENT.-You will henceforth findourdreMgoods depart ment In a new I oration directly undcf theskyllght ThlsglveUHby fartho finest display light In the city and will be appreciated thy customer and aIemao alike. we are niaklnir preparation to (recelre our new lines! SALEM SOCIAL NEWS. Continued from flret page. A FAREWELL PARTY. On last Saturday a merry party of of the latet fabrics and will be pre-1 Willamette University students gatlv pared to show lht-tnlna mor satis ercd at the borne of Miss Agnes Brown, W.WSrSSfiJ2K' also'!"1. Ma"" street, the occasion under the skylight. ueing a rarewen party given Jn nonox HKnLtinen Torchon laces In all oi mat young jauy, wno leit weancs -LEAVE PAILY. Portland, 0:45 n. in. S...

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. — 1 February 1897

if TWM '" DAILY VOL, 9, SAIiEM.OKBGOKIONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 189. NO, Xfc "F&W"i?" CAPITAL JOURNAL MwwwMwwiiyTwi i. . hi . , -. ,....- , . . . . .... i igrrnwi " NW HEE3S3 0 UO c)UIU ! v. Fop vNShF' i nil iu s ? uaus. :o: To reduce our stock and make room for spring goods, we will reduce prices in all lines of shoes for cash, Call and gett he reduction at - KRATJSSE BROS. - 275 Commercial street. ureal. Crockery, 3C Glassware, The Pioneer Store is making a break in Crockery Glass and Ohlnawarc, which places their fine line of goods below anything ever attempted. Din ner sets 126 pieces, semi-porcelain decorated $10 99. 44 pieces Tea Set. $3.25; Water Sets, imported glass, $1.85 to $1.95; worth nearly double. Everything from a teacup to the finest Imported' sets reduced to the cost line. Cash takes everything at yonrown figure, : John 6. Wright : TALKINGTON, BOTTGER & CO., STOCK AND GRAIN EXCHANGE lOS COURT SALEM, - Telephone See those genuinejWestenholm Carving Sets at GRAY A fu...

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 February 1897

,0 mmmmssfms&MUS. U . MT if - CUBA 4 Three Forts Were Destroyed. "Spanish Soldiers Joined the" Insurg ents A GuerillaZRaid. CmciNNATl.Feb. 1. A Commercial Tribune special from Key West sajti A daring attack wn made on the troclui west of Artcmlsa last week. A Htronjr force of lnnirj(enU, under Col onel Pedro Bodarz attack J'nrt "So. IP, and aftertwo liours'fljflitlnirdlBlodKCd the earrlaon. After FUiiiniunlnir tlio fort to surrender, which was rcfuwd, Bodarz ordered .the dynamite jrun 1o open on It. Tho first shell flew wide, but tho second and third made, big traps In the siaes.kllUnj? several of the garrison force. A furious Infantry flro wa malntalncd.and soon the tear rlson (lew tho whlto Hag. They wcro all paroled. Fifteen or the garrison were klllfd, while but one Cuban was hurt. Procecdlngon the next fort.the gar rison there carno over to Bodarz forces at tho first demand, and stated that they wished to fight for Cuba. They were sick at heart of tho murderous work which t...

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 February 1897

''"WT'V" t'-5--' flr?3"r- rjtmng&f- avm?fmmm wwt i wl WMi STATE NEWS. Six Indies or snow ten ai me uaues last Friday night. Fifty cars for Beaver Hill mine were recently built In MarshHeld. 'I rtctity-two carloads of stock cattle w. re shipped from tlarrlsbur Friday !,. nunc iici iiusuitiiii v-i3 uuu in ner -c'.i cj. (j,(. ,,, rT nt 'room she drank liberally from a bottle Earl Sargent, a student at the U. of . ... , , .. . J , ,4 ,,,,,. . , ofcarbol cacd that was lclt on the O. has been arrested on a charge of , . , . . . ,, " r , , B mantel. Upon lur husband's return Mrg a ri ', , It is reporlcd lie called his wire's at- Evaogallst Snyder of Portland is 'tention to the missing poison, and re conducting a scries of meetings in rp.mIirkod it wmld win. Anrtm iCorvallis. The Heppner assembly of United Artisans initiated 40 members last ISaturday. Tlic Coquille creamery last year fpitld out to patrons 814,335.09. The (creamery made and sold butter to the value af $21,070 47. About a...

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 February 1897

t 5 SSPl aiia.i . fcfr v 4J Jf iiir-m rt-TJnTft ii Daily Capital m UrmifrifiTft V rn'nui -rttW!,l Journal BY HOKRR UROTHBRB, MONDAY FEB. 1, 1897. &; 'o V- . f 'I I I I I - "I 7Z" mm AH IMPROVEMENT. Vint will henceforth Dad our dress poods depart uiuui. in u new location airecuy under the skylight This gives us by far the finest display light In tho c:lty and will be apprcclated-br customer and salesman alike. we are making preparations to Irccelve our new lln- or the latest fabrics and will be pre pared to how them In a more satis factory manner than ever before. Silk and Velvet, fton-rtmnnf o1.tr. . - s . - .- ! K -a"-'" I ........ "K u.v ...-.-WWWy unaer ino SKyilgnt. .' I NEW Linen TnrrJinn 1nra In nil widths, 2 to 20c a yard. Dainty pat- JOURNAL "X" RAYS. Directed Upon the Oregon and Lobby. Newsboys can't sell a paper sold Itself In advance. Legislature that DAILY LINK 10 PORTLAND. 6TEAMEBS Altona and Ramona tt LEAVE- J DAILY. ' t iVirtland. 6:45 a. m. W Salciu 7 is a.m., ex...

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 February 1897

"w f jjsr- WtMnjfcuiBnpwiif imfr DAILY CAPITAL M' ' -w VOL, 9, SALEM, OEEGOK, TUESDAY FEBItTJAKY 5J, 189T. - - - . -?- Wt r -a4W'Miixu.". . - -nn"iiFtsr " ltllWW" I Ml - - .-.- - --'r . " T H - -1r ...-y-. f- T-, , )L ) lwHt B . , JOURNAL; DEFEATED Weyler's Spanish Expedition, Boats Fired Upon and Sunk by Shots From a Field Piece. Havana, via Key West, Feb. 2. Despite rumors lately circulated to the effect that the Insurgents were completely demoralized, and that the Cubans had broken into scattered bands of 40 or so in the province of Pinar del Ilia, news has been received that the insurgents have blown a pas senger train up, causing much damage nnd considerable loss of life. Although the censor prohibited the publication or the news In Efavana, It soon leaked out, creating a sensation,- and the liveliest discussion in places where groups gathered. At 0 o'clock on the morning of January 29 a military train, with engine No. 17, carrying Captain Dupla and a force of engi neers, left ...

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 February 1897

' ,r m Ltxm.;. n miwoimi fifl "1 i km i I. ft -------s: 1 n Daily Capital Journal BY MOFBR BROTHERS, TUESDAY FEB. 2, 1697. THE MARION DELEGATION. Barkley ank Craig are Undlnjr ou t a represent tires against Ibe Mltb-ell-corporatloD-extraTaganccorgaDlia Hon program. The represent tbe bent Intentions of Marlon county vjten. They represent tbe farmer, tbe antl-Dolpb, sllrer Republican ele ments of Ibelr parly and all the rest of the people. If Dr. J. . Hmltb rep resents any one but a respectable col lection of political foslis and bar mcle, who make political head quarters at the "Red Front" drug store, no one has discovered the fact. In the county convention he was nominated br Ed. Hindi to defeat Ed. M. Crolsan, and I a docile Instru ment of Illrsch politic. Hctter things art expected of Mr. Mitchell of Gertals, and Mr. Chap man of Brook. They owe their nom Inatlon to the fame Independent element that forced the nomination ofBarkley and Craig and were elected by tbe same vote very la...

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 February 1897

3" "B"1 '""'" ' "JTJffflis FAR WESTERN REFLECTIONS. Notes on New Publications and Periodical of Interest to the Public. The March Scribner will contain the first installment of a new serial by Mr. Howell. The Chap-Book Id capable of the , most scathing criticism, but it has a icomraendatlon Of J. M. Barrio's "scn- ftlmenlal Tommy. The same number severely arraigns that writer for mak ting merchandise of Ills lately deceased I'mother, the occupant of the famous M'WlnrlnW In Thrums Thih book, "Margaret Ogllvy" is re- fcrred to by a British reviewer as "al niost saoreliglous to criticise." It Is Ipubllshed by Scrlbner's. "Expression" Is a monthly devoted fto matters of interest to orators,actors and elocutionists. The last number is devoted to the late professor Lewis Baxter Monroe. Published by the School of Expression, 458 Boylston St., Boston. "The Chap-Book" fulfills its promise of larger tilings without loss of Its dis tinctive flavor or form. Itcomcs Jan. 15th in large quarto pag...

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 February 1897

L3&i .wjinTi'.irfn'iii n. wfVi " l& y !' m IV n ' fe .1 rfi wri Y " -'-umim nmtitekkrft 1W1 iViuhi' " :. fatjyjtfV'iwMagfrfej Daily Capital Journal. 13Y HOFKft BROTHBItO, TUEMDA'V FEB. 2, 1891. DAILY LIN JCTOrOBTLAIfD. STEAMERS ! Altona and Ramoxia tt LEAVE tj DAILY. fortland, 6:45 a. m. a W Salem 7s a. m., except Sunday. ?2 (iQnlck time, regular sendee and cheap M ffi'BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. rgyyyyyyyy The American Queen The foremost Illustrated magazine and home Jonrnul fdrwomen. February Number, A splendid sprltiR isaue, centains: A brilliantly Illustrated letter from Paris Portraits of D. L. Moody V(the urcat eyangellut) fmnlly. . The Dressmaker. , , "Hy u Minute," love story by Clara Louise Burnhatu. In tlio Household. Tim Rising Generation. How to give Valentine and Wasli Instton partie?. ItcRlstcr for the Queen. J, J, Dalrymple Co, ORB DON PERSONALS I). J. Sharp, visited In Turner today, T. A. Cooper, of Jefferson was n Sa lem visitor today. Prof Z.M. Purvln returned t...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
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