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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 4 March 1897

mZ3EZ. al r'l DAILY CAPI iFOURNABr- sp-,. &. it ,i! iiagrw' TAL VOL, 9. " """T' I ,....., -., ! - JUST kruusse A fine line of : FOOTWE NEW BOOK &.., sAfp- r ftelZfiVj . WV lS V 4. f. -4W'44'4'4W4i4'4'4'4'4Wp4'4t4'4t4,4W'W.4W4Wi.WIWw4'44'4'4'r Irrice25c, Postpaid. Agents3Wanted WfJd Life Amongie fan A ComplefejjStory of LillianAinsley's Captivity and Rescue from the Indians, after nearly seven years, by the hero, Mathew Bentkry. His hardships and dangerous experience, by Owen P. Dabaey,Jwho spent many years in the Reeky mourv tains, Now cai 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, STOCK AND GRAIN EXCHANGE 108 COURT STREET SALEM, - - OREGON Telephone No. '68, 4' RE6EIVED AT 2C BROS. late novelties in JUST OUT. M l'l";-i,H"i"l',t"J"l"H".'-i ...mt fi' t 111 mm BOTTGER & CO. 5- MMw YE AIRS ' iM-BB" -' "i""" " .. T 1a in 11 J'ji !'"' '"j"1 I'lijifim 1 ...

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 March 1897

; -3C .j. K- fr.t Pail) Capital Journajv BY HOPXR BROTMKRJ THUIWDA1, MARCH 4, 1887. EDITORIAL. Thc utter failure and dissolution of the legislature l Hie topic urperm&ft' lathe minds of people who think about oulitfcaaL all. It I to be as sumed there are person m distrusted with public affair a to turn away from ererylblnif that 1 printed ex cept the most Important telegraphic news. And who can blaio tbcrti? Anyone who had taken the trouble to look beneath the surface of things rnljfht reasonably hare expected an Inharmonious stale of tlilna. Hut that n legislature should entirely come to notliltii? wa a record-bieak- Inz assumption that no one felt like making In advance. Now OreKon has beaten Hie world, vn& Invented a new ph.ie of otntriJr.tlnilt practice ot structln(j the very Inclplency of pre lliulnary organization, and cuuipel.' Jp a legislature to diolve before It ever is organized, and In the lower hounc preventing even the attendance Of a quorum. There Is no provisi...

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 March 1897

h i, fftfrg v y Sour Stomachjjometimes called watcrbrash, and burning pain, distress, nausea, dvsnepsia, are cured by Hood's Sarsa- parilla. This it accomplishes because with us wouucnui power as a uiooa purifier, Hood's Sarsaparllla gently tones and strengthens the stomach and If digestive organs, invigorates the liver, creates an uijiiuuu.-, gives reiresuing sleep, and raises the health tone. In cases of dyspepsia and indigestion it 6ccms to have " a magic touch." "Por over 12 ycara I Buffered from sour tomach with sevcro pains across my shoulder?, and great distress. I had violent nausea which would leave mo very weak nrd faint, difficult to get my breath. !":'? spells catuo oftcner and more severe. J did not receive any lasting benefit from physicians, but found such happy effects from a trial of Hood's Sarsaparllla, that I took several bottles and mean to always keep it in the hou3e. I am now able to do all my own work, which for six years I have been unable to do. My husband 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. — 4 March 1897

Oaifj Capital kmP, mWSf V KOtrKH. BIWTKBJl THcasDAi, masch , usr iForQfegon Yicaat Tqfcft WW Be Fifed fej 3sfewi! Frsas 6" Gsfsrsr. Vixie (be steamer AK ooa vadergsing rv alrx, steamer Famcoa wiM kare Salem for. Portland ca Moadsnf, Wednesday aodErssiay, , atTfiD a. m. retumfl j oo the lolicnmagdays. Dress GoodsJSt MkfcC i i No suks. a, a : a New Fads. XttftHr UsaOw xtck srimrK American Queeu, For March l. J, J, .Dalrymplc Co, ili'-L-'J U.JJU.il J- OREO"- PEBSQMAUS SumVtrJft. tjiHn hzn returned Us AlUttoey Y. U. IHJje retuned to Albao UAzy. T. K. Vrd tru Uttleew rtur at J'wtUod UxJaj. Attorney If. C Wt of Arbaaj 1 atbesdlsg court. Attorney Johntoo retarsed tbi af terooofl toHllrtrten. V. A. Wjrglo wai a 1'f.rtlaod tmrtocM rWfr Uxlay. feeoator A. Gtuter wont. to i'ortlaod Wednesday afteroooo. L. II.McMahoo m a Portland pa nger this afternoon. Adjutant General Tuttle of the 0. "X. O. came up U-day. Judge aJ IW' B- 8. Bean bare re turned from Kugene. J.H. McClure, of Kugeoe, went to Po...

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 March 1897

p i i jwi'pwpnnffap "-i)m DAILY JOURNAL. Hi. 9. SAIiBM, OBEGON", FltlJJY rfAftCp 5, 18T. r 'i i' " NCM - j.jhijwsp1 CAPITAL THE lias just rceelyed-ltff-spring stock'bf -all klnds-of goods ; ' ; and now Is prepared to offer the best bargain's In the" city in ' . ....' CLOTHING.. of all grades frOm'$l suit for wool clay worsted suit, with $0 to $10 for n fine casslmerc Star 5 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 this excel lent line of shoes. They can't be surpassed ihquality, and the prices Is below all competition. . HATS . . , ? 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, ties for ladles and ge'nts, gloves,' laces, embroideries, ribbons. Victoria lawn, nainsook, swiss, cotton ribbed vestsand notions ...

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 March 1897

K fi W1' l ' k i r K Daily Capital Journal BY KOVRK BROTHKRN FWDXl.MAIiUnC, 18W. EDITORIAL. The Indication from McKlplej' tuessagcarelotbe effect Uiat the Bfr publlcaoi will attempt to lake the money question out of politics, by the appointment of a comiulwlon to rerlee the currency system a It now standi, and suggest audi change a will pro duce .belter syMcin. But after all the flndlngof such acmumfMlon will have to be enacted by a congress and carried out by a president and there fore the whole subject will again be come political, because It I only thriyigli ixilltical agitation (hat per manent results are reached In our country. The responsibility In a peo ple' government cannot be delegated or done away with by any hocus pocus, nor can the people be prevented from pacing upon the light or wiug of the matter from their own ftanrl point. It In not going to be , owtble to take t,he money question out of -llli-s, much as that julght be desired, anymore than It will be pwsUe tu lake...

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 March 1897

? CERTIFICATES. Cashier Albert's Views cf the Nature of Claims Against the State. J. II. Albert, casliicr of the Capital j National bank, holds that the action of Secretary of State Klnraid, In sus pending the Issue of .certificates of In debtedness (so called) to creditors of tthe state docs not. affect the status of I claims. It only cmpiiasizes uic met, Ksays Mr. Albert, J,hat such certificates rhave never approved a c'alm, hat tne I. rely certi lied that a clalnu had been presented and tiled, nut audited. Mr. Albert further says: 'Holders of these certificates have been generally misled as to thclrchar- actcr, assuming the unread printed form sigtied by the secretary to be a ncgoiable instrument, issued in re cognition cf an audited claim against the state. "The secretary is powerless to recog nize such claims, being authorized to audit and issue. warrants-of claims only after the legislature has apprup riated funds thercrprjthe twosqparate and distinct acts of .audit- and.-paym...

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 March 1897

Daily Capital ImdlSF j r , j, i r- ' i ' ' I The secret 5eM aide owe i BV MOKKR BJftOXMJiJR'S FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 17 Wink the Reamer AU fona J undergoing re . T . pairs, steamer troo; will kare Salem Sor PorauJ oa Monday, Wednesday andFrwky. at7r45 a. m returning on the following days, Th eeeret BarteM 4d owe of fa Lite msrrete-s ef tbi fitbrie plices jtW eJot ar the bead of all others on tile market. The ektb Is btaatMallr oUbed. ad Its chief claim to dHtiaetioa is It waterproof o.lltle. Not Gum of Mackintosh Cloth, It Is oot injured by Water and keep ost toe mo. 'iuoe irno-reepuc-i about thiFpeeiI merit of the cloth can bae It tested before baring. We are now hrrwlDg,tbl beautiful fabric ard woH be pJeased to hare joacall aodexamiBeit. T. noluersoD. SENATOR To Be Appointed Vcryjjoonj Will Not Name One in Sympathy With Witcneli; Dress Goods A cttnUl: tflrdRm of wew pUld. new Wik and wool fulxluie. Floured New silk a an a Willi targe figure. Changeable effect. Will bare re In a fr day....

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 March 1897

"MW ,W"W - DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. !. 0, SALEM, OREGON, SATTJltDAT. MARCH , 18T. NO, kfGOODS 1! A PPRTNTf Our menfs line very complete,. & VC ' -Vt 1 !Boot and Shoe Dealers, 5Safc:e NEW BOOK eSt 'St? Ifiw .SEVEN yiinnN&llNVam!&lxv vol w w tat m b wj m . ir iiKOTlllNiilANS 4'4444'4444'4'4'4'44'4'44444'44444j4if4.4'4f 'rJceSc, Postpaid. I Life Among -omplete Storv of Lillian lAinslev's Canftvitv anA Poem. rom the Indians, after nearly 'xauicw uentiey, ras Hardships and dangerous experience, by )wen P, Dabney.Jwho spent many years in the Rocky mount ains, Now on sale at the Fair Store 274 Cnnmfniol o - ft Patton Bros,, and F. S, Dearborn, For terms for agents and eoHseuers apply to UWfcIN f. DABNEY, Salem, Or vALKINGTON, BOTTGER & CO. S'JL'UUJ. AJNJJ GRAIN EXCHANGE lOS GOTIRT AUSM, - Telephone CM n A n V I 4 of tan shoes v . KKAUSSE BROS, KHgftaS?! i!SCJS33S JUST OUT. .rfillif't Agents Wanted the . seven years, by the hero, STRTT.TT.T - OREGON .No". 68, O'O Mountains in ...

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 March 1897

pf Daily Capital Journal I3Y HOKKR BROTHttR, SATUIlDA'i , MARCH 0, 1897. CIRCULATION Of the eDftily 'ally Jourrudjlr Increased Cent 751 Per- WOMEN EDITORIAL. As a Justification for not arresting the iJcnwu members and brlnjtlnR them Into the Davis house to compel a quorum the public are Informed that the Ilensonltcs were Instructed by Senator Mitchell to allow no ar rests to be made without counter- arrests of the Davis members or their scrgeants-at-arms. The Intention then was U keep up a legal wrangle In the courts at Portland aid else where and thus prolong the struggle over organization In the ultimate hope that Mr. Mitchell might spring a new way of electing himself at wine favorable opportunity. This looks as reasonable as much that was done on both sides, and ai the legislature had utterly failed m far as the people were concerned tlide was no use playing Into the hands of the Mitchell combi nation by restoring the slightest chance for a restoration of the Mitch ell regime. 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. — 6 March 1897

harles F. Carr, PROMINENT FARMER AND STOCK MAN OF THE BLACK HILLS. lakes Affidavit to the Curing Powers of Pink Pills for Pale People Volunteers His Own State ment in the Interest of Suffering Humanity from a Sense of High Appreciation of Benefits Received by Himself. APPROVED GREECE Thef- Senate Confirmations, Will Defy All the Powers .1 -S f . Teller Opposed to Gage and Bliss-- Cretan Problem Must Be Defi From the Chronicle, Cutter, 3. D. ifATS 09 South Dakota, ) JITNTY OF UUSTHB. ICharles F. Carr, of Custer City, South nkota, being first duly sworn says : i" In the year 1876 I was a farmer and stock an, living at Adell, Iowa. At that time I as severely attacueu by a maiaay iiiue aderstood by the professional men of that ae. Some of tho doctors called It rheu- atism, and others sciatica, the latter being tie true diagnosis, ana tney toia mo who Incurable, but that by proper treatment tern- orary relief could be afforded. I was for six reeks confined to my bed. I tried every- ning ...

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 March 1897

!l ' 1 K nr HEALTH IN MflRGH. APRIL, MAY ! Use the onlu spring Remedy in trie World M Has Stood Every Test of Time. PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND MAKES ONE WELL In March, Aprnd May uPaine celery cow Don nd. And on! Paine's celery cornpouDd Tor Jl I nature' rernedj. Do not for a iron ent confound It ulth any of the Ignorant, catchpenny, ehort-lircd patent reined le rarsap arillav, nerrlnesand tonics that bear a much resemblance 'to Paine's cel ery compound ax the parasite Tine do to the oak that they lire on, Paine. celery compound cure dis ease It make people wen. it rias eared the lire of thousand of suffer er. Jt make the weak trurtf. It purlfles the blood and enriches the ncrref. Krcry ndltlon of winter lfc has been dettimental to health. There haa ken s Meady derllne In nerrou YlKor. Sow that spring comes the body Is ready to cast oil unhealthy tis sue if It I only Klren a chance. This opportunity comes when the excretory! organ, kidney, klu and bowels are made to wrk actively and the...

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 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL , d 7 VOL, 9, SAIiBM, OKEGOK, MONDAY MARCH 8, 1897. :fto,5 THE New York RaoKet lias just received lts-spring stock of all kinds of goods and now Is prepared to oiler, the best bargains In the city In CLOTHING of all grades from $1 suit for child to a man's line all wool clay worsted suit, with excellent wool suits" from $0 to $10 for a fine casslmerc suit. Star 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.prlces for this excel lent line of shoes. They can't be" Mlrpassed In quality, aud the prices Is below all competition. X X .. 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 OP" ALL KINDS, underwear, hosiery, ties for ladles and gents, gloves, laces, embroideries, ribbons. Victoria lawn, nainsook, swiss, cotton ribbed ...

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 March 1897

I n nM Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKSR BBOTKBR, It5?DXy, MARCH 8, 187. EUXTORiAl. 7 Thk JooRtf-AkMleTMlU Incuw bent upon the present ute adminis tration to make arrangement by which legal certificate of expendi ture may fee Iwoed and farther ar rangetdeflU that our leading financial nstltBtioos ma receive thetu at par ralue Willi reasonable aworaoce that Iber shall draw the aarne Interest as state warrants would. 8 creta j Kin cald f right In refuting to take the reponIMllly for Iwulng such certi ficates upon his own ihoulder. It I the only position he can take con sistently But that need not prerent wurlng an opinion a to the Talldlljr of such certificate, founded upon what ban been an unbroken practice for miny years. To not make Arrangements to JiMuesuch certificates will work a ter rible hardship and expense on the state, because all supplies will be charged up at an ad ranee to corer all poMlble Iokm. It will cause buliies lata, who are under contract to fur nish Kupplles for s...

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 March 1897

F'UU'!H;,JJgW? r-"' r -"rr- SE NATORSHIP bett Goes to Washington. ing Opinions as to Whether He Will Be Seated. lie appoint merit of Hon. Henry W. belt met with general approbation Portland and Governor Lord was inily congratulated by prominent lubllcuns -and Democrats. coubett's commission. S-'tatb op Oregon, Executive Office Salem, March 6, 1897 Governor of the State of Oregon Henry IV. Corbett, of the City of ortland, and State of Oregon: flicreas, On the 4th day of March the seat of Hon. John II. Mitch- lone of the senators of the United ites from the state of Oregon, be ne vacant by reason of the explra- or his teim of olllcc; and tWhcieas, There has been noses- of the legislature of this state at 307. senatoK Indicate that tho men ap pointed tn Kentucky, Florida and Oregon to be United States senators will not be seated. It Is believed the opposition will be sufficient to pre vent a vote until the legislature of those stales assemble. The appointment by the governor of Florida...

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 March 1897

asKS TOMORROW! TAX BOLL Saff Cpl kd. Fecfer ! n 12. ' I Skirt ? Jf Protected 3SrT 75Je3c- (fas' fe ii I xmbwx? . jc&acas i c i . . . ie liUWSe&eftfeMmt ia ar r i , MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS, x Ltc Fruit of s: Loess. Hope. Peqoc. ?iifjfjfj& X tfe$ jmm& ma a jJ &KMse i&et -mv tfce -te ff -"w- fat,- JEjKSj -- :1 m "3bt Mcalhl 22tere 8ns ,-sat, &ogxt i. ! - ...... .aM& i ii i hi i ! iimi n nwii i imii apnHL .aa ttSK Jsstc safest it nriti x jemBztK. 'iHtwaeutt fmt ac5tfgm.;i !": iui C ASSfVALS"JtflraB aGl2s. s- capes. x&s&i ca 2fe32Tii rrf . MfsMtouri kc -MtSiA Vrt 2 Udosaiizj Yrt&sj.m T'r in" inii"iiiiiiiinlrTnrTrr-r::'-ip' t '' -JMlt1-1- rr ana FUDML , L jyow- ' rf-SPECiAi Sale ikzi$!lF&& a MM A W 47 M. - . -. --. r.rf X - -Mf 4aV.fi, fiL. 9tfv "! liw .baK" MHSW WWBt lvaKS " ' 'fc ,JT r PfaftiiM' - n 1 mi- 'iiBr n 3 IB- V- ! ? a mtmmi- wmm -i"1 LJ)t . - myKTlff -- yjsyara ;3 jot TBI MOOpK V "" - MCHiC10VMIWi- fit, tl 9W9 -" Sl, ""SP1BK4C ...

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. — 9 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JQURNALS Xf , ,.--- .. VOL. 9. SALEM, OREGON", TlESIDAV, MARCH , 18T. KO.C 1EV0LT, STRIKE, L TELEGlPHir Offered -Aid for the 'Rebels. Many Mechanics Walk Out, The Crime of a Policeman. CRIMI 0 LE fVSsJbrwl rig p IJ v- "?-, v. F A ' SUV . : i H '5 ARRIVING fi 8 ,&, .' ' 1 Out men's line very complete, & KRAUSSE BROS. Boot and Shoe Dealers M NEW BOOK ,Ci'4''4'ii'44'i44''''i''i,,l''l,',, ! jMjjfifflff 'SEVEN I !'Htovears ! I SKmw,th THE i jHnNlNniAirc " S' . . . ........ r. Price 25c, Postpaid. Wild Life km hi AfComplete Story of Lillian lAinsley's Captivity and Rescue from the Indians, after nearly seven years, by the hero, Mathew Bentley. His hardships and dangerous experience, by Owen P. Dabneywho spent many years in the Rocky moun 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, BOTTGER & CO STOCK AND GRAIN EXCHANGE IOS COURT ...

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. — 9 March 1897

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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. — 9 March 1897

Boils Hfanftni. fl.fllp.iilL ta ntirI.iMM ffi215K';ifc"!a,d. - ula or salt rheum, nro painful proof of the fact. It is wisdom now, or when ever there is nny indication of Impure blood, to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, and prevent such eruptions and suffering. "I had a dreadful carbuncle abacess, red, fiery, fierce and sore. The doctor at tended me over seven weeks. When the abscess broke, tho pains were terrible, and I thought I should not live through It. I heard and read so much about Hood's Sarsaparilla, that I decided 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 the doctor Bald I would not be able to work hard, I have since done tho work for 20 people. Hood's Sar saparilla cured my husband of the bolls, and wo regard it a wonderful medicine." Mrs. Anna. Peterson, Latimer, Kansas. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. 81. WnnAa D'tlc cureIlverllls,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. — 9 March 1897

K Daily Capital . Journal. BY KOPKR BROTHER'S TUE3DA1, MARCH 0, 18OT. j. y-.jK.aH While Ihc steamer Al tooa undergoing re pairs, steamer Ramona will leave Salem for Portland on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 745 3 m,. returning on the following days, m r t FLAX-CULIURE, fSome Figures fo$ Farmers, I have - Just Rccciycy . - i 'A rerjr.cboiceline.of Itdiei rra.in oodtr wear.' The goods are of extra value, are well made and tastily trimmed I am selling " 'Dr' Thornton. of Washington, a ladies' fine Cambric M..U. right robe, ! Giyes Facts-and Information. (.inches -tone, trimmed with 4 inch em 1 broidery, fall width skirt, lor 75c. A fine Cambric Muilin skirt, -V yards I ! tt f La -,4 ,!! l -aaIu t r in - iia irnvina uiiaicii r ij a ua luuii a liceiiittbes w!de. with insert!, n to much . under way, and that great power lV, inches wide, Jo rows of tucks. A beauty J .Ja I.,-.!- r-r l I Nice Cambric Muslin drawers, fall width, ith deep finance trimmed with Hamburg NEW BELTS, The latent n...

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