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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 10 February 1896

-tiwrwyr- V14ffp,5 mjH lijwpr nHMWjfe C-f'v ASSo6lATIT,D fRESS DAILY. ? VOL. 8. SAL KM, OltKGOy.MOKBA FEBHUAHY 1, 18W. tfOJ &. i- ww-jfnr-T-r '7"' Ji . " iJi "Shi" mi ' ii - -n. n DAILx CA-PIjL AL I f 1 I t-f V VI I SHOES l VhPC yvT?l ! some fine bargains in Call in and get special VJ1 .W5-X fl o Kraussb 275 Commercial street, No Trouble to Show You Hardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machineryjat GRAY Examine our large and complete stock Always prompt and courteous treatment. F, S, Dearborn, Bookseller ' and Stationer Special lines of office lournalf. records. Soeclt Special ufactured to older. Office 363 COMMERCIAL ST. COLLEGE of the Willamette University. lUNDER NEW 1 9 .1 i hi. i.j.u c.n. ab in None but the best Isjcood enough for beginners t yf, C. X WK HAVE REMOVED Now that we are located announce ourselves ready for business, and by the way we would have you understand we mean business when we say that This Stock Is to and that right soonAISo co...

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 February 1896

S - K.V ! wii.h I 1 . i; ; .jv-ii .-f w, i l liJ T relief far If you 'want a sure limbs, b an Allcock Bbar IN MlND-Notontofthehoitof tlono Is as good as tne genuine. Daiiy Capital Journal, BY HOPER BROTHBRS, MONDAY, FEB. 10, 1890. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce inyHelf as n rnndlclnto for the oilfco of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will of the county llenubllcnii convention. ,.w J.A.YANKVTON. Morrow county nosed to fusion. Populists lire op- Economic reform Is the Issues In Oregon. The liUitest tariff tlio peo ple liny N the levy of the unnecessary tnxeatur. Ilefore the end of 1800 the spindle and looms of Salem's doublo capacity woolen mills will be humming. D. M. Trench lms tendered his resig nation to the governor an v. member ot the state board of regents of the agri cultural college at Corvallls. Home one sends us a long dissertation on how frco trade works. Wo all know how It works. When It works In this country nobody else works. Hoprcsontative Hermann has ho cured pensions...

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 February 1896

IT CIRCULATES FIVE PRIZES ! ! Mk 2 Phenomenal Demand for a Weekly Newspaper. What it r5Bf (P 9RL y New Blood And 11 to have been ffiven tao by Hood'f Wr. C3anrtattfa. tn tolhrA nf ImtlllVlf f fit. ordered Btomach and catarrh. I regard Hood's Sarsaparilla a moat excellent tonic and heartily com tncud it to all." J. "W. Johnson, City Clerk, Onkcidale, Washington. Hood"' phis zuz?zr&?U)uk LITERARY ' N6TES. We arc In receipt nf "The Western r Creamery," Samuel E. Watson, pub lisher, 11.1 Davis slrcet.San Francisco, a monthly devoted to tho Interests of the butter and cheese makers of the Pad He coast. It contains n valuable article on cocoanut meal as cattle f food, by Prof. M. E. Jaffa, of tho state university of California. "Our Animal Friends,1'. 10 E22d utioct, New York, for February has r. the annual rcportof President Haines, l . ... r-nn illustrated paper on strange nsnes, a scientific account of "bots" In E horses and cattle, and the other de- )artmcnts and stories, make a m...

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 February 1896

s l u i-mmx. f k. m i t ta Daily Capital Journal.; MY HoflfiH BKOTHEM3 MONDAY. FEB. 10, IBM. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland. 6:45 a. m. 900 a. m. Salem, 7:4s a. m. 101 15 a.m. Independence, 6130 a. m. and l 6o a m. tyl'Veight received up lo lo p. m.d etc time, regular service and cheap .... rates ... M. I'. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem 1111 ju. j 1.1 j.ji. m ji'ji j'u' '-i iiu'iic SOCIETY Local News of Social Events. MIM Edna Prlco returned this after- ! noon from a short visit with her pa. rent", nt Albany. Miss Florence Moilor went to "V.'ofKlburu this afternoon to accept a ! tuition Inn millinery establUtiient. I Mm. L. 0. Adair, of Eugene, re J turned homo today, after a short visit In this city, tne guest or .irs. rucnara Dearborn. A New England supper will 1m? given In the parlors of the Baptist church Tuesday evening, from fi to 8. Supper will be served by maids In costumes' of yc olden times, and an entertaining program has been pre pared. Admission 2.V. 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. — 11 February 1896

jifw """w'T? lynvr I ".- i DAILY CAPlTiL JOtJRNAL. . j ASSOCIATED IPItBfes DAILY, IVOL. 8- ...'jyffftyi SAL KM, OltEGOK, TUESDAY. FEBRUAKY 11, 1886. No.30 ' "?? ' - ' w ? D M ft I yn u i i i i "V ? " ? '- X I X t a; 1 ",v r. - ; -V ;. " i X 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 alWool scar for men at 75c, former price $lj the best alWool scarlet for ladies at 65c, former price 90c, Excellent natural wool underwear for ladies at 55 to 65c, former price 70c and 85c, We offer as a special bargain good merino un dcrwear for ladies at 25c, former price 35 to 45c, These arc special bargains, Wc have many other grades all reduced in proportion, We have chitdV good merino, small size, pants for 5c. Also a choice line of men'siboys' 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, x x x V X "V MADAGASCAR ...

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. — 11 February 1896

1 Tflpt ntw t p T A, , ' I'jftr i v-nr-i A . itaff f fir li!. r fc.r ' I" & fv ! 9 VfE & 1 I ll . 0 !ll .iivhk EJallV UaPllai JUUlUdlfV fly HOlKK DKOTHICJ. TCESDAY, FEB. 11, 1606. jujiiui nn ni "'"""'"' ANNOUNCEMENT. I tinrnhv nnnulllKV inVHclf ns cnntllclatc for the olllcc of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will of the county Republican convention, d-w J. A. VAN EATON. ND CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATION The recent supreme court decision virtually settles the location and building of the Eustcrn Oregon asy lum tit. Union, Oregon, nut It leaves unsettled the graver question of the constitutional limitations nn the legislature. The court has held that In spite of the proviso "that all tho public "Institutions of the st!itc,iiHHr2AKTKK "PIIOVIOKD VOU IIV TUB LUOISI.A- "TiViSASHEMiii.Y, shall bo located at "thesuatof government," ntate In HtltJtlon that will cost $2.'0,OiH) com plete can be located .'100 miles from tlu scat of government. Tho court has furthermore held that It cannot 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. — 11 February 1896

i ""typ,tjWL m m m y my-mm- u 'JD miumi i ' ' "" - . "f -'' .-J V" .m "iJ'W-ftLi 11 l&&T&V9'V,lTXVLWK!?ltS&rX3Z2ytBiiXV!UXjdiiJdUt m kbm i'amn p wi siiisaarwsiiipi aanijiifc)Mliwwni EE jK! v l?v2jiPip)4 J -3k$kEpf' That Tired Feeling ft And other trouble pains about my nenr,, juujL-biiuu, nvcr complaint, auzj E sufferer. After other medicines failed Hood'sSartannrillA K Gave rno wonderful relief. I always K take it now when I have, any bad feellnirs. f.?.?1 ?.l8?.VMyr05 P'oasod vrlth Hood'a Pills." MitB. E. D.Cropqh. Lebanon. Ore. K Hood's Pills '' nIM. & K BRITISH EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. London board of trade returns give a key to the American Industrial sit iintlou Unit hna a bearing on the money question and shows that pro tection and bimetallism go hand In hand with prosperity and sound finan cial conditions. The reports show the declared real value of the imports nnd exports of gold and silver bullion and specie registered last year, also giving the amounts for...

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. — 11 February 1896

r f i fc. Daily Capital Journal I3Y HOPICR BROTHERS - TUESDAY, FEB. 11,1800. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE OAILV. SUNDAY. Portland, 6(45 a. m. 900 a. m. Salrm, 7145 " ,0:,S fl'm- Independence, 6:30 a. m. 6joo a m. CfrFrelglit received up to 10 p. m.uEJ Q ck time, regular lerviee and cheap ....rates ... to. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. PERSONAL. P. J. Fry returned Inst nlglit from Vortlund. Hon. TI103. II. Tongue, of Hlllsboro, 19 In the city. J. "V. "Wliulloy, a Fortland attorney, arrived In tlio city lust night. Nov. .1, M. .SliulbC, or SlieddN, In li tboclty, 11 wltniwson tlio Ityun cum.. Webster Klnenld, who liai been itilto 111 of ti fovcr, h icportcri Ini lirovlng. MARRIED. WATSON- M I N WA It IX Alt he res lilojico of Mr. mid lrn. E. C. Stovei lit Alhnny, Sunday, February , by ltov. Ueo. (litrrlhon, Mr. J. M. Mlii ward, of Sliorldiui, Midi., to Mrs. huslo Wntaon, of Suloin. DORN. KKNON. To Mr. and Mrs. Homer Konon, Sunday, Fob. t), 1890, a hoii. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. The grocery...

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. — 12 February 1896

n ' - - Jl CAPITAL , . ASbCIATED PRESS DAILY. NAL; 4 VOL. 8. ,. SAiiUM, okegon, Wednesday feuhtjaky r, i8G. No.XT DAIET ?i - r s TTiri HOES IS OUR HOBBY. R5 bf ome fine bargains in all in and get special Kraussb Bros. 275 Commercial street X No Trouble to Show You at dware, Tinware, Barbed Wire Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machincryfat RAY BROS. sxaminc our large and complete courteous F, S, Dearborn, Bookseller . , and Stationer, Special lines or office supplies. Ledgers, journals, records. Special ruled books man ufactured to order. Office flies nf all kinds. 263 COMMERCIAL ST. I0LLEGE of the Willamette University. EUNDER NEW IM dern?mthods..r'Ur to date.1 Same as in jkne but the best iiftood enougl fur beginners ' Struck tlie bottom with a hard thud and busted prices wide open, Don't fail to take advantage of this oppoiv tunity to buy Men's $10 Mackintoshes for $5 iBoys' $6 Machintoshes for $3,50 ' And all other goods in same proportion. Call at once at the store occupied by G...

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. — 12 February 1896

mjppxflpT ' tw?l?wWPIFB ar;" TA r f 'i TnTr TJJP r , !' I I ( i I ' t ii mi " PAINE'S The Best Remedy in the WorldIt Makes People Well. ... ilia " ' ill There Is one true npcclilc for diseases arising from Impure blood and a de bilitated nervous system, and that Is Palne's celery compound, so generally prescribed by physicians. It Is probably the most remarkable remedy that tho sclcntlllc research of this country has produced. Prof. Kdward K. Phelps, M. D., LL. D.,of Dartmouth College, llrst preached what Is now known the world over as Palno's celery compound, a positive cure for dyspepsia, bilious ness, liver complaint, neuralgia, rheumatism, all nci vous diseases and kidney troubles. For the latter, Palno's celery compound lias .succeeded again and again where everything cl&o has failed. Daiiy Capital Journal DY HOPttK DROTHICR3 WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12,1800. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce mvhelf as a l.niwllilntn tnr Mm nllli.fi fif PniT'N'PV WIIHUtlltl.VtIUt fc.lW WII.I.W J. WWWA...

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. — 12 February 1896

rtT "J Iff "P "V ' -wpwtwC- . -f-m up yny- ! w--iip T VftVp-i-" Mjft AWIf" IP The Plain Truth ! good enough for Hood' Baraiparllla. Just What it docs-is suffloient to prove- its merit. Tho iwifo of Rov.Chas. Bwithen batik, Cosumne, CL, lays: In this ma larial country, wo have felt dull, tired, depondont, no nppotite. HInoo talcing Hood's Sarsaparilla wo havo been restortd to health. We reo otnmond It heartily." Get HOOD'S. Hnnrf'fl 'PIUc " tasuim, mild, so. liUOU rlllS tlTf, AlUnifgUtt! W VOTED FOR HIS FRIEND. Pathetic Incident of the Contest for Senator From Kentucky. Seven hours after voting for the man or his choice before the Democratic Senatorial caucus Tsanc Wilson, Rep resentative from Nelson county, passed calmly from tho exciting scenc3 of earth. Truth seldom tells a tale of such noble loyalty to a friend and com rado as thai which was exhibited by the dend legislator. ITc was brought to the capital upon a dying ded, real izing that he would never rise from 11 again and cxp...

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. — 12 February 1896

l-t mus d1 -aU V , 'm S :mi A 6V ' EfJ l Daily Capital Journa BY HOFKR BROTHBR8, SOCIETY Local New CHRONICLE, and WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12,1890. r(rtnrrmi?a!iitJ'M '"i i'1 STEAMEKS Altona and Ramona LEAVF DAH.V. SUNDAY. Portland, 6:45 a m. 9:00 a.m. Salem, 7145 . m. 10:15 a.m. Independence, 6:30 a. m. 6o a m. tyFrelght received up to 10 p. m..3 and cheap ck time, regular service , rates -... M. I'. HALDWIN, Agent, Salem. i-l' rJ--liM:. o r 1 0 1 o rflKl kS .B. T k I CO 6 1 of Social Brent. Tlia "Do Stomp" select, dancing club gave party atltecd'a lastnlgtat. Unity Club meets tomorrow (Thurs day) night nnd read the last act of Tempest. The graduating exercises of the class of the first term for the present year in the Salem public schools tako place at 8 o'clock this evening In the opera house. Monday evening the members of Central Chapel Congregational church on cast State street, dropped In on Mrs. 11. J. Sharp, at her home on 21st street, between Ferry and Trade, and gave her a complete...

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. — 13 February 1896

''PPJjfWPpPWWSP -r MIW .HHWW . ASOCIATED P'RESS 'dA-ILV. VOL. 8. tmki.':; rrraar SAL KM, OKKGON, THURSDAY FiEUllUARY IS, I89C. .NO.ST .' ! vwimnfHw Jfww immi "ajaa-miJiM.. t, y,,,,, p,...,.,, ., -yj . ugr-r, rap jy t j t. , J (J U JttJNI Ali. . "T "wh ,!,vt9 --w. v-' A" JR.Jrw W ff -A JKwVPrfflLTOTl 11 I is offering all its stock of winter 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 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 85c, We 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,...

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. — 13 February 1896

wcwriS;. - m.mmtmmmmmmammaammKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmatmKmmmmm 4 .' n. r ,4 ft r i- i R ,v fc J, i E I ' r- i. ; K Daily Capital Jouinalterrrr. muui..mh mm DV 11UKHK BROTHBRS, THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1896. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby nnnouncc niclf an a cnndldnto for tlie olllcc of COUNTS ASSKSSOlt subject to Hie will of the county BepubHenn convention. ,l.w .1. A. VAN JSATOJf. THEIR INTENTION. The Oregon iiiirciiic eouit, in the Eastern Oregon aylum decision, bus not consttucd the const It ut Ion, hut it Hits Intluiated that It .wiild hold an act locating a state Institution away from the sont of novcrniiieiit to he nnstlttitlonul If that question wore iwfotv It. H that intimation were not so broad It tulghl b worth whllo to In sist on having the court decide a miit 6 t It 1ms three times evaded. Hut It It must be assumed that unless n new dcclMon can Iks secured, nncrsliijj Its action, that the Insane asylum will be built at Union. Or., WO miles from the teat or Kocrument, where the constitution ...

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. — 13 February 1896

u r - r ii "nrw i m wimmtitiimiittilthiM&&0, teMMMkMMhl H III That Tired Feeling to b sore iaitetttoa tittfe you blood U lapuio and aubla to saj CI7 sufficient strength. Beneo 70a fni Tired tr.tr no attetlta oio nervous and casust ntccp well. Purify your blood by taking .. .. ..111. 1L a, LI..J iloou'S BBray"""j mo kicv uiuua puri fier end strength builder, and you will be Feeling U. tVinnirVi vnti had Uterallv htitrn miiti over new. It will purify your blood and completely euro that tired feeling, and i thus avert the danger of aerloui UlntM. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho ono True Blood Furlflor. ILWrrl'c Plff3 " tasteless, mlla.e.tre rrioou s fins Urt. APdrannt. E CALL lfOP. CONVENTION. V Itopubllean convention for the stale of Oregon Is called to incot In I tho clt ot" Portland, on Thursday, April I), ISM, at 11 o'clock n. in., for Ihe iitrposo of nominating candidates for tbcpreslJental electors and state Bind district olllccs, except concress- lincn, and of electing four d...

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. — 13 February 1896

r1lWWHPWPP3WHT"B' f.MMW - -' 1 --iMMaMawawwltHawwMiiMW b v U yt ft lit' '' Hi I if ' tttcjdtm OaUy Capital Journal S5M9Y9 BY HOFBR BROTHERS, THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 1890. STEAMERS lAltona and Ramona LEAVE 1MILY. SUNDAY. Portland. 6)45 a. m. oo a. m. Salem, 7:45 a. m. 10:15 a.m. Independence, 6:30 a. m. Ono a m. FFre!jht received up 10 10 p. m.23 C; ck time, regular service and cheap . rates ... M. I. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem Mi. - r - ra: PERSONAL. . .McKliiloy Mitchell, of Gcrvuls, was 11 Hnlein vlHltor today. Mnrsliul Itvnuli, of Woodbiirn, re tun cd homo tills afternoon. President .1. SI. "Wallace, of the water company, ont to rortlnnil this afternoon, and will return Fri day evening. Cupt. Davis and wife, of Hie Knot Portl ml barracks, Salvation Army, returned homo thin afternoon, after tin absence of thtee weeks. Lou .1. Adams, of Slhorton, It. In town today. lie Is. tnentloncd in a enn ildnto for the legislature. Hols u "sound money" n.niionthogold bni.k J.K. Ilaminond. of Slhorton, w...

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. — 14 February 1896

DAILY JOURNAL. XjAJL 1 X -AJLj ASSOCIATED PRJ&SS DAILY, 4 L ., a U", i, , ; XL- .W. V v v 'i" WJImLX..: vyj. 8. SAIUM, OBEGON, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14. 18M. JtfO.38. i v-wa i si- x SHOES tome fine bargains in tall in and get special Kraussb Bros. 275 Commercial street mC No Trouble to Show You at dware, Tinwaf e, Bar bed Wife Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machincryfat GRAY m o Examine our large and complete courteous FULL LINES OF, Little's satin finhh and cobweb carbon paper, in black, blue and purple. Little's and Underwood's typewriting ribbon, all cdlors and sizes. Typewriting oil and erasers. Stenographers' pencils and note books, Also bur automatic paper fasteneis, F S Dearborn SOLE AGENT. COLLEGE o! Ibe Willamette University. EUNDER NEW BModernmcthods.inUp to date. ,Same as in one but the best Ugood enougli for beginners Struck the bottom with a 2C hard thud and busted prices X wide open Don't fail to X take advantage of this oppoiv X tunity to buy X , tX be Men's $10 Mackin...

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. — 14 February 1896

HjiMiHljlmintiHiiWf -"i - 4rf,MrjrSr MJ --- , 'ia m "it in t j -nM" wiMMXMyinrtrt bJe,f, chert, Porous Plaster BHAR IN MlND-Not one of th hast sf connttrfilU and feBlU- tlons is as good as the genuine. If you want a Hire rftkf Mfftim i limbs, ue an Allcock's THE iM'KINLEY BOOM. a1" u ' trade friend, that next .iKepubllcan tariff tlie lUHHinueauroin orai, paB.j ,n flrml. ..mtyirt tlm Amhrlrvm bo" who live at Home v-.,..... ':. ... ..uii fc icysfbf the law tfliribo y anduron home product?, go ontlrely Ki1":' Bf,rrmiii. ami n """i w- ""-" "".'.;...: ,i "'By can this escape. dlrcct-tax system, none However strictly the Daily Capital Journal BY HOKBR I3ROTHBRS, FRIDAY, FBI!. 1-i, IBM. ANNOUNCEMENT. J hereby announce wybclf as a candidate for the olllcc of COUNTY A8SESSOK subject (o (lie will of the I'ounty Republican convention. cl-w J. A. VAN EATON. RECOGNITION OF CUDA. A Subscriber asks what will be the effect If Our government recognized the belligerents In Cuba? It would lake a treat...

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. — 14 February 1896

CI in M Pure Blood Is tffo Bccrctof tlio restoration to health rvhlch Hood's Saraaparllla gives. "It glTes m plcaanie to recom mend Hood's Barsa parilla. It has cured ma ot many com plaints, snd purl fled Tny blood. I was troubled with my liver, had hip . 4k4M Sf AM btA,V ..11 v$ "uu'iniaweu i uig u uijr OUJL1C3. i For a lone time I : had to walk with a : cano. For several 'sfi ycarslwasgradual I had tho crlo in a sovoro form. I proourcd six bottles ol Hood's Snrsaparllla and it built me up. All my ills i"va Rono and I feel like a new person. I sleep vrellandeathoartllv." Miw. CiiAUr,OTTH 1CEM.T, Haywards, Oal. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho only truo blood purifier prominent ly in tho public oyo today. Try it. 1XA1b Ditto euro habitual constlpa. rtOOq S HillS tion. fries 25c.psr bo &k tss? JL Ov A iS-A. -A mLtnm wsmm t.ViHllHk."- SBBBBBBBBBBBH' Kmm&smm breaking down cLL FOR CONVENTION. A Republican convention for the state of Orepon is cnllcd to meet in tlio city of Portland, 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. — 14 February 1896

'',w,,7TB55RfvF," '.-w 7j -A i.ywmfl lnWMMHniririi ', & .' HV MMIlUlMmd"'1"''1'11'""' "" "" " "" "" III I m 4 r j Datiy Capital Journal BY HOPUR BROTHERS FRIDAY, FEB. 14, 1890 STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILV. Portland, 6(45 a. m. Salem, 7145 a. m. Independence, 6:30 ft. SUNDAY, 9:00 a. m. 10:15 a.m. 6900 am. m. pl"reight received up to 10 p. m.EJ C ckllme, regular Vervlcc and cheap . . rate ... M. 1. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. PERSONAL. I). E. Swank returned to his home at Atimsvillu today, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Lawler were passengers to Albany today. W. F. Bucknor went up to Sidney 011 the Itutlt last night, to bo gouo a a few days. MUs Clara H, Frluk went to Jeffer son today.whoro she will spend several days with Mm. Slelwer, Little Miss Arleuu Ohm went to Marlon today to visit her grand mother, Mrs. Joseph Cook. Mrs. YYiulu, of Iowa, and Mrs. L. 1. Kccler went to Marlon today, when t hey will attend tho Frleiuls'qunrti'ily meeting. Basil Wagner Is tho latest addition to the ...

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