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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 26 February 1897

-rtiUfffijri "" DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL, 9. SALKM, OREGON FJKJLDAY FEBRtLAfrtY 3G, 189T ircMr V . v Can you afford to pay your neighbors debts ? That is just what you do when you deal with a merchant doing a credit busi iiess, The merchant can't afford to loose bad accounts, so charges them to you by adding 20 to 25 per cent extra profit on all goods, Even when you pay cash you pay caedit prices. You can avoid these losses by dealing with the m York Racket which does a strictly cash business, and gives its patrons the advantage of all diss counts and other great savings of the cash business. They sell for spot cash, and at one price to all. E.T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR. NEW BOOK JUST OUT. ,tpty typtjttp titty lyirFrr ryrPrf JvyTfT I tOTSMH I Ms L-ft Kfi Wmxn (VifiWAi )U0J IZHbBBpb 1 3inni7 irmm I'm WWMg&Mw vw 1 flulii i '"iiaiLJii' nss - -.-.-.-. v- yr. . Price 25c, Postpaid. Agents Wanted M Life ling Mountains A Complete Story of Lillian Ainsley's Captivity and Rescue from the Ind...

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. — 26 February 1897

' & T- EV s " v. . " & 4 V P." f ' Daily Capital Journal BY HOKBR BROTHBRS, FBI DAI?, FEB. 16, 1807. M'XINLEY AND THE TRUSTS. In an article nn "McKlnlcy'gOppor. tuolty," the staunch 'll Chicago Journal ay: "Mitorjr will meaiure tbeiucceu r failure of McKlnlcy's adnilnhUra tlon by the Manner In which he meets the (treat problem of trust. Succeis or failure will depend upon his elec tion of an attorney-general and upon the violence, persistency and zeal, and upon the Intelligence and discrim ination of that officer. The rapidity with which the own er of capital have taken to combi ning their resources so as to obtain the utmost economy of production, and the sudden widening of markets by the perfection of mean of transpor tation until, Instead of being limited to the nelifliborlio'K, those markets include the nation and the world and from the most astonishing phenome non of the century. The combination Idea has come in with a rush. It has seemed to smite all btalns at once. Ev...

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. — 26 February 1897

Boils It Is often difficult to convince peo ple their blood Is Impure, until dread ful carbuncles, abscesses, bolls, scrof ula or 6alt rheum, aro painful proof of ever there is any indication of Impure blood, to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla, and prevent such eruptions and suffering. "I had a dreadful carbuncle abscess, red, fiery, fierce and sore. The doctor at tended me over seven week. Whn ,. abscess broke, the pains were terrible, and I thought I should not live through it. I heard and read so much about Hood's Sarsaparilla, that I doclded to tako it, and my husband, who was suffering with bolls, took It also. It soon purified our Blood built me up and restored my health so that, although tho doctor said I would not bo able to work hard, I have since done t he work for 20 people. Hood's Sar saparilla cured my husband ol the boils, and we regard it a wonderful medicine." Mbs. Anna Pexkeson, Latimer, Kansas. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho One True Blood Turlner. All druggists. $1. Hnnrl'e ...

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. — 26 February 1897

w W Daily Capital jsummer a 10 EB i bv nomn BWOTHKJtS, KKIDAI', FEB. 20, 1697. tmSS9tSl&St$ Vhile the steamer AI tona is undergoing re &f) n j. : pairs, steamer Karawa yjj will leave lor aaiem ior Portland on Monday, d Wednesday and Friday, h at 7r45 a, m returning on the following days, Family Home on Church Street. la 7K HMWfiWWBWW Big Attractions ! I We now liarc on hand most of our I line of summer fabrics In the trash Itfrmd cla. TJtfjr cover a range of D . T,. if! style ana enecu never Derore equaiea i added nwav una muiiiiug, In cotton fabric,so admitted by every bodf In the trade. Verily the person don't live hereabout who would foe u u . , , c n. . .. unable to find a Buinruer eown ult- Mrs. H.A Johnson Of, UieS at We able for any need, from the kitchen to the ballroom- They commence at 5c. and you can go as high as you desire, up to the pure white Orjrandl at 75c. In plain terms they corer a ranjreof lawns, dimities, oreandles, lappettK, lace effect, etamln weaves,...

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. — 27 February 1897

"F v.W rf . '$u & t - ' -- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL" "& It1 V J t. tifcf.4-fc VOL. !). SALEM, OIIEGON, SATURDAY FEBRUARY JIT, I8T. N0.4T 4. ' "'- X AT A fine line of NEW BOOK IVliflf l V ,L MffisSw AW1 lI Ti I A "-' - MSHSfwM N I J I A . V J.KI"' . 44'4'444H4'4i444'4'4'4'4'4'44'4'4'4W'4'44'4''f'4''t'4'4'4'4't'4''t'r Prce25Cf Postpaid. Wild Life Among the l Mountains in Montana. A CompletejStory of Lillian Amsley's Captivity and Rescue from the Indians, after nearly seven years, by the hero, Mathew Bentley, Hishardship5"and dangerous experience, by Owen P. Dabney,who spent many years in the Rocky mourv tains, Now on sale at the Fair Store, 274 Commercial st, and at Patton Bros,, and F. S. Dearborn, For terms for agents and boclreellers apply to OWEN P, DABNEY, Salem, Or TALKINGTON, BOTTGER" & COi STOCKED GRAIN EXCHANGE lOS COURT E6EIVED " late novelties in JUT OUT. Agents Wanted STREET BROS., ADJOURNING Principal Legislative Routine, An Organization in Sight for Week. Next 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. — 27 February 1897

r - 'IFF. ft h iy 1 i' i- b s i i i. v - y&. te . . MsisisiaiiiiiiiiissjisMMMiMMBMWMsiiMMMBMBMsMBsMWMMP1111! If I anta flllftlfl . ArrHPlia s.mpjaraatbnthvplo J ' She TraTslHtWB1 m organised under plain. A legislature K a wivcrlgn l -" usn'siMiL . " ? . . r - BY HOKSCK BKOTKKK., , hi i i in mi i ' SATURDAY , FEB. 27. 1&V7. "inionand Bourne will Jbe perfect. ' body and there Is no cbeck SBtfnfWlhedflijTtetfal legislature 8Dd-buHbeipubllc- tttnsclence., jllie only organisation at whoe bands healthy public seotlmot It upon It bo,n..Gf created OROANIZE, .Mate for twOjYearscanfbc secured H fuihedutyof feoatbrs and members The Hired Mitchell organ' leidlng , mniic.. editorial today In worth quoting Inj ju.jj full: '.THE NO ADVANTAGE. The Statesman ri-greU an ujucIi a unyunceUepoiwIbly can the fail ure of the Oregon legislature U paw the general appropriation hill, the enactment of remedial legislation, and the election of a Republican to help the Incoming mliiJlrilDtratlou In 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. — 27 February 1897

$da iic Rhe It Shortened the Patient's Leg Two Inches, and so Affected the Nervous System that He Continually Shook as with the Palsy. After Six Years of Torment He Succeeds in Find ing a Remedy for the Horribie Disease. From the Egyptian Prets, Marlon, MinoU. Tliert !a t name in this section of the country, connect! with the nicdicnl world, that is heller known t.ithp public than that of Mi. Monroe 1 tors m. He is situated in n nice, romfort.ilil . home, with n good farm, ahu.it four iiiIIm west of Johnon City, 111., lie is now fifl-efc:ht years old, in a healthy ('oiidii!-vi,iimlueilisniie hundred and ninety nii U. Not a more ltpriylit and houorable iiil""ii do" onr mtiuti ufl'ord, and he is I.mi.c I iijun with wonder, because of his lirahhv oondltlnn ufter so long a period of niNcr;, mi J sii.Ti-rlng. I'.ie jatie or Mr. Peterson's long suffering was a 'liirt nhirh he received in a fall, while running n ill ill in 1S0I, being a toldler at the tiiiie. lie has been crippled in his r...

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. — 27 February 1897

"SPW- m?m s. i ii' i Daily Capital Journal.; BY HOKKK BROTHRRH, SATURDAY, FEB 27, JW7. -ni i fM-ifaj GlUflfifitf, While the rtearoer Ai tooa fo oorferf ofof if Mi Mir, tencr rao jgwM letyefof Skra for gfPfrtkad on Mwifcy, at 7i45 a, itt,, returning on the following day, X A 4 Attractions w Big Lincnsi Our If iien department I lively tlicM' diivH. uliowx a miHt complete line of table linen, napkins uwrKcu. u ulay lenrn Hoiiiellilntf by Irikfnif through. , w Lace Curtains and Drapenes. Apropw of the iprlnjrhniiM! cleaning lilnuor tlie new curtain. wlc.i and drewlen drnpejlc? arc In order. Ueuutirul designs In draperies 10c., 121c., IV;. pcryarrl. Drcs Goods, Silks, Boleros, Etc. Xew patterns, new weave, new coloring. Worth your while In look them oyer. American Queen, March number now In. Subscriber; please call. Hyouhave notsubv.rllj'd ynu can get a copy for the aaklny. J, J, Dalrymple Co, SUMMER. X We now have op hand most of our line of summer fabrics In tlio wash goods class. They...

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 March 1897

.nw'Mieumww'' A SALEM, OREGON MOTDAY LARCH 1, I8&T. N0.4T VOL, 9. $mux wmftwfwa mM!M&nvimmm'&mrmi DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL , .'5 Can you afford to pay your neighbors debts? That is just what you do when you deal with a merchant doing a credit busi ness, The merchant can't afford to loose bad accountsi so charges them to you by adding 20 to 25 per cent extra profit on all goods, Even when you pay cash you pay caedit prices, You can avoid these losses by dealing with the New York Ml which does a strictly cash business n d gives its patrons the advantage of all diss counts and other great savings of the cash business, They sell for spot cash, and at one price to alL E.T.BARNES, PROPRIETOR. NEW BOOK JUST OUT. l viiM"i'!"$"t,4"i'S',i'vtit ?Ul iil ?$ss&m ft 1 8ffifE! -i t I Hi!' JP iryzstssk t& lfEsft 'i t )WSWI SEVp: .. , t Vd&r v v w tana r w f t -' - t - , Price 25ci Postpaid. Agents Wanted ill Life Among inn A CompletejjStory of Lillian lAinsley's Captivity and Re...

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 March 1897

Wi fc pu tb if j t i , SM -M-. Secretary of BMe ' Takes a Stand !- Kincaid !lbe'tate. Shoskltberebe no eertlH.! LEOI3LAT1VB SUBSCRIBERS, cate iued. It will fr difficult. If im' ImrxwMble, to carry h the state lastly The JoOr.val hat had a larger IHt (tattoos. ThU places great respnl- nf tabcrbers for the leglsfatfre ses Wllty on the secretary of state, wbJch stor) than any nesptpT erer printed .' t--. .fc -... InSalew. M.,. UBWC. UWC V..- . .te W .. r . tr I I II IIIIMl. IIIIrHY4.IIIK UCL I V V - MmuHdiAdt ocviciuir u lave viu ,1. - ' - " " --- lyMWwfc -1 I M a J fabW -" I ... BMBK. I BariK Vill Issue no Warrants With out Law. TAKES A FIRM POSITION. Is In Line With His Former Attitude. 4 . WILL NOT BECOME .A PARTY To Further Speculations of Warrant Brokers. should be borne by the lee r these clr State Kin ..1.I1 . . a. . . . t.. 1 ... 1 - t dccion he ha. mad not, todraw war. ca,u w, ' aBa n,? -Wiinjr io rwuii m jum, . d THE LEGISLATURE MUST ACT. No Revenue for Any State Public Insti...

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 March 1897

.w'j.iifcMVimiiMCiuii'im mNGm KEESa imesassssseat THB LEQISLATUHR iBakcriindJMnmour- Will R.Kiny -TolberL Car- B0. , ,,!,, Jctiton uuu Liiin-ui" . IlKtll. -n.irkntiias Qeo. C Brownwdl 3D i. .... Fciackatnns ami Mariim- Alntl?ll ...W....W , ChitsoD-Mohii II. Stuitli (Dein). IColutnbla, WaslilriKton and Tllla- DOk CJ. v . irniie.rson icp). ICoos, Curry ana josepuinc u. .a. nrmon (Kepj. Crook, Klamath and Lake B. Daly )?uil. kDouclas A. "W. Reed (Ren). iGllIiaui, Sherman and Wasco E.B. Bufur(AJemj. EGrant. narney ana Morrow "A. w. Iowa ii (Rep). Jackson y. 11. iioit (fco . I'Lanc I. D. Driver (Ren). V. H.Mc- 2lunc(llep). I-Linn S. A. Dawson (Ucp). A. J. Johnson (Ren). Marlon Y. II. Hobson (Rep) I. Patterson (Ren). Multnomah Geo. W. Bates (Rep). , E. Uaseltine (Mitch. ReD). Donald lacKav (Ren). Ben Selllne (ReD. and (Taxpayers' League), Mosepn Simon mm: . foiK a, a MuiKey (uepj. Sherman and Wasco John Mich- lell(Rop). umatina A. u. price (Hep). Umatilla and Union T. C. Taylor (Rep). , ,...

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 March 1897

:j $ "y .' . . J ' ps f 4 Daily Capiial Jouma BV MOKKR BROTHBR, COSDAl, MARCH 1, l&l. 1TJL -JfrfffrlS gj am While the steamer Al f fona is undergoing re to, pairs, steamer Kamona rt ?tf i r r wm icavc tor ouiclu utt Portland on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at Zr45 a. nx, returning v , it,, f-.ii r j,- jj wu uxw iwuwnwg wajsv m Ar WWW""1"' MRSS- SUMMER, A)j We w bare on basd sort of r j hoe of teasaaer fabric fa the nsk grmdt class. Tbey otrrer a range f Kyfes abd effects sever before eqsakd to cotton ?abric9-d zdsitld by eTery bodr la tbe trade. Yerilr tbe wrw don't lire berestrat who wrwld b usable to fiod a uiuajer cowa mK- able for a ay wed, from f be kitchen U tuewimjoat. TIwt ooansraeeat 6r. sad yoneragtrstftoigh yoa desire, ep to tbe pare white Orgaodl at Tic In plain terms they orrer a rang of tews, ditailies. organdie?, lappelt, lace effects, etaraia wearer. linen fabrics otiD, percale, plain aad colored organdies, eel-, cct- The new effect in weaves colored Unisys aad ...

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 March 1897

'--- - - ""'N-'W'Tf H' " -sJ&Vi JVOfl?? DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, yj i SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JMAHCH 2, 18ST. NO.4? VOL, 9. iMgii iwraTitfTHWi frtB JUST RE6LIVED AT KRiTOE A fine line of NEW BOOK EAATUJErlD rUU vvLntv .(;.l.t!1IJtl'It!1tllnjti(ttlJI'!tllJlfJ1tiittItt.4fl.t4 su ;3t5JI ? fSw SEVEN" " WITH the; S5 Price 25c, Postpaid. AgentsjWanted. f( Life Among I H II nail AfCompletegStory of LilKanilAinsley's Captivity and Rescue from the Indians, after nearly seven years, by the hero, Mathew Bentley, His hardships and dangerous experience, by Owen P, Dabney.Jwho spent many years in the Eocky moon- tains, Now on sale at the Fair Store, 274 Commercial st and at Patton Bros., and F. S, Dearborn, For terms for agents and booksellers apply to . OWEN P. DABNEY, Salem, Or TALKINGTON.J BOTTGER! & CO. STOCK AND GRAIN EXCHANGE lOS COURT STREET SALEM, - - OREGON Telephone No, 6S, BROS late novelties in JUST OUT. IlKf le is m ivionw la ft Second Chapter Begins. Bensonites Are Going Into ...

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 March 1897

IK TSjMiSiSFrlXSS&etiiAi i V &v k- ' r? :, yjf if ;i r,i fr SL yr- . wicnMnfMaanff Mfc niCVamraCa nfiPiT.1 ii.iJirffi' Tb? Oregon) Woman's Journal. N?u)s and Crificisni of Especial loftrest- to Mothers, Maid?ns aod Yoiing Women. Tills department J dedicated to unenfranchised, unrepresented, silent, patient and devoted womanhood c Oregon. Gomnjnrilcatlonft relating to organization of woman's clubs solicited. to hecome a wkjtkk. i object. The comfortable income and! Tboe who hare bad apprehensions The editor of Till! JovnsAV is glad the not too uncomfortabfe toll, wfthlorer what woman would do in public to Rlre counsel to women who want to engage in an honorable occupation aod following is a copy of a letter in re-ply to a young lady who aspires to become a. writer 2 am glad yu are determined to write' some and I trust you will not stop. Tlienumberof perKnwhocan express theruxelTe well l ftnall. Mas ter the lanxuatfe at far as possible by reading the bet examples of literary B...

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 March 1897

iSlaHHanBnaHnB " "T","W'ip' "-,- -v-gwr- v.'rygamtaj.vrw" in.- i -i.i-irni insttri'''l'fl'fr'"i' flW TffiW .y - Jhjmiii in i I - 111 I r" ti T" lr "" ' "I" ii ' Nervou s Peoplo find iust tho help they bo much Jiccd, In Hood's Sarsaparllla. Ii fur nishes tho desired strength by puri fing, vitalizing and enriching the iloou, anu uius uuims up tno nerves, tones tho Btomach and regulates the whole system. Read this: "I want to praise Hood's Sarsaparllla. My health run down, and I had tie grip. After that, my heart and nervous system were badly affected, so that I could not do my own work. Our physician gave me some help, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood'a 8arsaparllla. Soon I could do all my own housework. I have taken Cured Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparllla, and they havo done me much good. I Will not be without them. I have taken 13 bottlesof Hood's Sarsaparllla, and through the blessing of God, It has cured me. 1 worked as hard as ever the past sum mer, and I am thankful t...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 2 March 1897

?!: ?f rHHH ssrassis DO YOU NEED MM l li PS"" T ii. I I f Bv fes i tit P to. .a i Daly Capita! Journal, "bV KOFSR BROTHKHH, TUESDA1, MARCH 2, 1697. 5 While the steamer Ab tona is undergoing re pairs steamer Karawu will leave for Salem for Portland on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at745 a. m returning on the following days, -UMBRELLAS Our Staple. Values at 50c. j . r i i ' A fait WackjEDKlUh' Gloria In 2rV Inch, steel frame, wood stick, natural handle. 75c. Ao-EotrIfh carols,- fart- black, 28 Inch steel frame, natural handle. SLOO, Our 26-Inch Gloria silk, steel rod. natural handhvparagon frame, or our 20-Inch silk carola, wood ntlck, uongo handle, paragon frame. Our black drew gcodi hare arrived. T. Hoivepsoo. NDQRSED President John M. .t i, Wallace Suslains-the Secretary of State Cbloradoxperiene. fi Df ess GoodsA A choice selection of new plaid, new Mil: and wool mixture. Figured blacks, etc. New SHks, IS . With large figures. Changeable effects. Will have more In a few days. New ...

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. — 3 March 1897

DAILY- al JOURNiyj: vyxVJr 1 JL "Wll'JUfc Um r JU.. Hi. 9. SALEM, OREGON WEDtf.EsbAY .MARCH 3, 187. ' NO.47 ,? THE lias Just received lis spring stock of all kindsiof goods and now are prepared to offer the best bargains In tbe city In CLOTHING' .-. of ijll grades from $1 suit for child to a man's line all wool clay worsted suit, with excellent wool suits from $0 to $5 to $10 for a fine cashlmcre suit. S ta.r . 5 Star line of boots and shoes, the best In the city in latest style of-Oxford, or black in all grades, for men, women and children, all at our usual low prices for thls'excel lent llneofbhoes. They can't be surpassed in quality, and the prices is below all competition. XjL jt. JL sO Just out of New York, in latest style in fur Fedora, squire, or round crown or wide rim military style, , and boys' hats and caps of various styles and misses' stylish caps, also SHIRTS OK underwear, hosiery, tics for ladies and gents, gloves, laces, embroideries, ribbons, Victoria lawn, nainsook...

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. — 3 March 1897

v1 J&WV-l H. Daily Capital Journal,! 'DHffii. ' v Mwrt OTTt OTKneSDXl, XASCH , Ufc enr7LC9 w tkk cowers. Ifcrf to e wrt. T foetfmt fcr y ty w JJ-ii retypes tfce zt efa tt r atite fay wMH fetir mmrm UA It-.! h x - it. Jtfee -! Fh, wdf, fce riagx4 t v&sMn stmvt ttogg tint. , K K. Jw4ai lets it that znd Dsa- liUd H'tS SKllftf Ai RpA r'-a.I,ai. - - r-. r - v w-w -w w w w WW r .. j -! rvsmm, wvt ivsa zsuoerc jsjm-i efea-w' rette; Ska W4 z ?thtch 0&V Kr$&t&m waU st ihr fW, . !PC JW tX itt- Ute ..: ' I AIR wa;UatSea Reprice, Qrtvltf&tVA&jarJtaatorj&ljfrxtowizsil I bfMr. ?. Xt?tX x&,Gy- bm, if rf wfctot were UAiAmxA at asset wXA aA 9m x&vrt tyt&tKKm&A tfcetswWTe Fwwr4 frm t Re-rlewre- iwrt t fee tfc Saf prc Oj Tttwrvfaiy 4?Atx were dt&rfb- Ufcj waUtreyi wfcfe alt Sfcyse xsA damvtaMe. teaKoci." Mr wife RfllRRRSIDIML IHAUbUH " i Ofarneof Preset Sec-Hklw McKWqfs Psgeaiit; ffF Caifc-et ?f e-iaf U Ewanfe &a Psaii rf TR-?f esife -diefai Krf ...

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. — 3 March 1897

bHKl Tf -"e - j flt a-rit STAT: M2W3 Wallace Colo, has been chusen chief the lire depmment in orcgon v. "hlrty-Hvc Inches of snow have fal- tliis winter In Durus,as measured I the ooesrver in that place Libert Brownsll, of Albany accl itly shot off his thumb from his hand while rttiUinR im un. EL M. Hammer, of Albany, assigned the benefit of their creditors last tturday. Liabilities are about $11,- G. Sperry, of Heppner shipped a Irload of mules to Virginia, Man ly, u.nis is uis second snipmeni to firglnlu. iThe controller of the currency has Bfeclareda dlylden of 5 per cent in fa- prof the creditors of the Oregon fatloaal bank of Portland, Or. cBy what Is known among sheeprals- M9 as a sheep pile-up, Charles John- Bon, of California gulch, Birch creek, Jmatilla couuty, the other day lost 180 sheep. a Salvation Army spouter In Albany took for his subject; "A Kiss In the Dark." That made all the lapses jamlle and shout -'Hallelujah" till they &were faint. ?G. P. Griffin, died at ...

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. — 3 March 1897

'! o If. 1 Daily Capital Journal'. BY HOKER BftOXHBRS, WEDNESDAY, MAKCJf 3, 1607. While the steamer Al tona is undergoing re pairs, steamer Ramona , will leave Salem for Portland on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 745 a, nu, returning on the following days, rK Xr Djress GoodsJSt A choice K'lccllon of new plaldif. new bilk anil vujoI mixture. Figured blacks, etc New Silks, S S3 SJ With lartte figure. Changeable effect. Will have more In n re dnj. New Fads. S3 ' 53 , Noyclty leather wrttch Kuarri.. American Queen, v For March now In. J, J Dalrymple Co, vU In ORKWI PERSONALS MlwEdna Price went to Albany today. Senator Ben Selling returned tlil$ inornlnjj to Portland. Oco. W. DavU went to hi quarry at Pioneer today. 0. W. Orlswold was a bnlnc I tor to Portland today. Councilman E. P. Parkhurst Is Portland today on business. J. 0. Goodalc, the Coburjr lumber klnK went to Eugene today. (Japt. 51. W. Hunt has returned from ills farm near Whltlakcr. Councilman E. P. Parkhurst was a busines...

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