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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 22 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL VOIi, 9. SALEM, OREGOK, MOiNDAY. MARCH 22, I87. NO,9S THE New York R lias just received its spring stock of all kinds of Roods and now is prepared to offer the best bargains in the city in CLOTHING of all grades from $1 suit for wool-clay worsted suit, with SG to $10 for a fine cassimere S 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 in quality, and the prices is below all competition. HA J list out of New York, in latest style in fur Fedora, squure, or round crown or wide rim military style, and boys' hats and caps of various styles and misses' stylish caps, also ' SHIRTS OK ALL KINDS, underwear, hosiery, ties for ladies and gents, gloves, laces, embroideries, ribbons. Victoria lawn, nainsook, swiss, cotton ribbed vests and notions of all kinds, all at racket prices Call and save 15 to 25 per...

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. — 22 March 1897

-jtt- -Trv- --M t?v I i? f m If IE21 Ir BIMETALLISM, Some Letters From Leaders. Who Advocate the Formation an Union Silver Party. Shall there be a uoion af.thesIlror aafl reform force1 In OrotfOtf, Is the lire political question of the day. The Jockxal will preface all It shall say and publish on this subject to coH5mHae pfaf", under which UtWJaaiae eo fe adopted. It May Hte& with sttne mlstaoee on the start, but I brieve It will be agrees- Me wtwii once understood In the fWKv5 Titf! salWteri ttttt JswfcnrMi amntr I will fall In lit?. I Mare talked with QfJfadisg ea fret" all parti am I ant ssjre a iwptki at oi id is kiihi win met vrltli preAr gaf"rt approval. ' rtWM Mthr coowy. II. M. I nine of Jordan, Linn eowaly. writes: In regard to union of reform forces I will ray that I bolero Utc I'pi1-ls of UiM precinet am In faror of union of reform force, bat we do not bellere It can be done tinder tbe name of tbe Democratle Party, onr reason i Uil: The Riubllean Pop- wlth the predict...

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. — 22 March 1897

- IT Tr '' WWW "hwrnfit !" w STATE NEWS. ' IToii. A. L. Maxwell lias been ap pointed receiver or the Portland uni versity. Off'Ts to contract for hops nt9 cent a pound we c made in the vicinity irf Gcrvals. list week. The McMlnnvtllc labor exchange is about to begin the niunufactuie of pottery, roofinir, tiles, etc. A hat ptn five Inches long, with a fancy porcelain knob at one end, was u-cently found in a hog's liver at .Spokane, Wash. i The body of oue the Indians drowned while sturgeon-tishlng above The Dalles two or three week ago, was found near Hood River. Contracts have been let for pipe and hydrants.for the water works at New berg, to Portland parties. The sys tem is to be completed In GO days. The Sclo creamery will be run on business principles this summer. The farmers will all be paid for their milk, every month whatever may be icalized for it John R. Marklcy, formely of Cor vallis, is in the City of Mexico and has purchased about 1000 acres of land sjuth of that city sui...

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. — 22 March 1897

ml iliiMM- ta Itf , Daily Capital Journal BY HOKER DROTHBR, MONDA1, MARCH 22,1897. . s " -fa" ' - ' ' V STEAMERS !i Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY, (except Sunday) for Cortland. 7:45 a. ni. , Steamers Icarc Sundays at 10 a. rn. Quick time, regular service ana cneaj . .. .rate . 1 The only daily boUto Portland. Agent, Salem. 3X ''''''iv fM - ---. -- ---- ---------- - - Exclusive Novelties j j in i i Easter A 3C Pattern A. A !Suits, Sec north window, i ThcTrojan Shirt Waists arc standard, A large assort ment to select from, i t American Queen for April just in, j J, J, Dalrymple Co, f39 OREGON PER80NALS. Dr. W. W.JContrls was In Portland today. J. M. Kylo visited upper, valley points today. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Condlt are home from Turner, Attorney and Mrs. Geo. 0. IMnghnin aro In Portland. Rev. Jno. Parsons lias returned from Woodbtirn. Dr. J A. Richardson visited the reform school today. II. J Ottenhclmor made a business trip to Portland today. Secretary ofSttito II. R. KIncatd luiB re...

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. — 23 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL, JOURNAL. VOL. 9, SALEM, OREGON. AVaS35pLtT MABCH 8, IdtT. NO.flS m - m gvlll dpi IIIUdbUUI J& fib S? flj of footwear, comprise J ing all of the new g $ things, is arriving p daily, I I el 5 e& ft 1 Krausse Brosj NEW BOOK TUST OUT, V'Wmh years f ! jKHSRrwiTH THE'! 1 SHIB8w'..i.1.j . vSf" i i ' a Price 25c. Postpaid. Agents Wanted A'Complete Story of Lillian Ainsley's Captivity and Rescue f 031 the Indians, after nearly sevenj years, by the hero, Mathew Bentley. His hardships and dangerous experience, by Owen P. Dabney, who spent many years in the Rocky moun tains, Now on sale at the Fair Store, 274 Commercial st, and at Patton Bros, For terms J?for agents and booksellers apply to OWEN P, DABNEY, Salem, Or THE FAIR STORE -FOR BARGAINS. Call and see GRAY BROS, new stock of STOVES AND TINWARE The greatest variety and finest turutr hJimt. auu stock in the city, Northwest i - atv - ny oubwio. L Debating the Dingley Bill. v' -" The Debate Opened by Dingley Appointmen...

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. — 23 March 1897

s I m Tb? One gO)D Woman's JMirDab N?u)s and Crificism of Especial Interest--fo-MoIbefe, Maid?ns aDd Yoling Womec IThls department I dedicated to unwifninlLed, unrepresented, silent, patient and dqrpted nrtmanfi3df Oregon. Communication relating to organization of woman's clatw solicited. ' ' OKEOO.V YTOMKS FL.AX CLl'BS. Eugene Uuagd, JIaroli 20:-IJeIlev-ln that there Is no nevr Industry epon to our state at the present time that will furnish as much remuneratire employment and as a Kreat prrttt to to the producer a Ut caltare ad manufaclHre of flax ftbre Into the Tr Jotfs use to Vhleh It is put, the women of Oregon hare lakon it upon tljoruAclre to encourage the produc tion and manufacture of tliU article. A few women, or Portland, hwikd by Mm. Wmj. P- Lird, wife of Governor Ldrd, first took up tiie movement In Portland and are pushing It ahead ' and women' clubs arc taking hold of the Idea. To that end Mm. Lord de livered an adrirr in the Omgrega tlnnal church lat night under 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. — 23 March 1897

SCHOOLS of the present school year. The pupils In school are very generally making good progress. Harmony, and good discinllne nrc M - THE ONLY ONE CENT Through Tickets nT"" """ "' ""'""l""l'"'"''ll1llllffl''B''"l''"" 'nnint-yfllB DALY SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE op Report of Supt, Peebles, Statistics and Information About the Citv. vails throughout the entire system of ! TOT1IE city schools. :J An interesting teachers meeting at 1 the East school at 3 30 today. ON THE PACIFIC COAST. h:l CRCULATION EA ST jmi ii i ij jjiin.-juiiM.ji i i... i Mi The report of City Supt. Geo. A. Peebles, for the sixth month of school which ended on Friday the 19th inst. shows the follewing: Whole no. registered with the school clerk Whole no. enrolled in the schools this term Hoys enrolled this term .Feb. 8 to March 19 Girls enrolled this term Feb. 8 to March 19 Average no. belonging, month ending March 19 Average dally attendance for month "Whole no. remaining In school at date Whole no. neither...

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. — 23 March 1897

sam2 ' " T -ar4JCf a m tH i&l fr'.tJ lI Daily Capital Journal; BY HOFER BROTHKR.X, TUESDAY, MABCn 23, 1897. fcy f fc- fty y v" - ms W STEAilERS jt Altona and Ramona LEAVE W dAily. (except Sunday) for - i'oruaou. i;wa id Steamers learc Sundays at 10 a aad fl. cheap 1 Quick time, regular terrice f ....rate.... H The only daily lioiu to I'ortlin . M. P. BALDWIN, f Agent, Saleir. svt .. .- s s s I Exclusive Novelties - IN i t Easter A, Pattern J JJ !Suits, Sec worth window, t t The Trojan Shirt Waists arc standard, A large assorts ment to select from, i t American Queen for April just in, i t i , , Dalrymple Co, a ff?.??-ffT.frigagg It t a:. nu.,. :..:.. -r fc a.r muiw menu uuiia s We fear ; received direct (rem CWoo. as elegant new line of fpriBr Hyks ia lathes' Mazer tort. Iatifl ev deigns in fancy Preach mixtures, green, broadcloth, tetfet. gray wirings I nth rtotera jteket", etc. Tbete gamestt are tailor made, cat by the tateK pKleriw, tiring an ele girt fit Meica RtrmenL they e...

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. — 24 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL : VOL, 9, - SAfcfcai, OKEG0N, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 18T. NO,93 THE New Yor mu has just received its spring stock of all kinds of goods and now is prepared to offer tliebest bargains In the city in .. CLOTHING .'. of all grades from $1 suit for wool clay worsted suit, with H to $10 for a tine cassimere ''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 prices for this excel lent line of shoes. They can't be surpassed in quality, and the prices is below all competition. . . HAT Just out of New York, in latest style in fur Fedora, square, or round crown or wide rim military style, and boys' hats and caps of various styles and misses' stylish caps, also SHIRTS OR ALL KINDS, underwear, hosiery, ties for ladies and gents., gloves, laces, embroideries, ribbons. Victoria lawn, nainsook, swiss, cotton ribbed vests and notions of all kinds, all at racket prices Cal...

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. — 24 March 1897

I :" ' I"'-' w I H r 7. ir. ;,' Si BIMETALLISM . I tf . Some Letters From Leaders Who Advocate the Formatiorrof An Union Silver Party, Follow Is an outline of a platform tint ha been submitted by a loaning People's party man, or tills state, as a balfl of union for tlic reform and sil ver elements. ThbJooknal solicits communications on the subject, and will be glad to get the views of all Interested. VSIOX IUMKTALUC PLATFORM. We demand the free coinage of tfold and silver as primary money of full debUnnvlnir nowvr at the ratio of 10 til. AsuniclenLrjIiKiDtofi trnasury notes Issued directly to the people. We demand economical state and county administration, and entire ab olition of the fee system. We demand a primary law that will enable each voter, In a county, to ex press a dliect choice between the can ditatcs for nomination on the ticket he expects to vote We demand a regltlratlon law that will ensure honest elections without depriving the citizen of any of his ro Iltlcal rlghte...

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. — 24 March 1897

TARIFF. The New Law Is Debated, Dockery, of Missouri, Scores Tariff and' Alleged Protection. Senate. Washington, March 24. Tlie sen ate concerned itself with the civil service debate, arising on a resolution by Allen or "Nebraska, to investigate the South Omaha, Neb. Allen, Wilson of Washington, and Galllnger of New Hampshire, denounced the civil ser vice law vigorously. Ilawley, of Con necticut and Hoar, Marsachusetts supported it. Tlic senate adopted a resolution but added an amendment directing the civil service committee to examine into the general action of the civil service law, and whether It shall be "continued,'' amended or reported. t POPULAR VOTE. Turple, of Indiana, made a speech in the senate in support of his Joint icsolution for an amendment to the constitution providing for the election of senators by the direct vote or tlic people. He spoke of the usurpation of power by trusts and the influence they exerted over legislatures. DEBATE. There was less than fifty member...

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. — 24 March 1897

te- t Daily Capital Journal.!! BY HOKKR QROTHBRA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, J897. a ;-: w- w w- ytg' ' "" x ' " t o STEAMERS ? Altona and Ramona LEAVE nAn.v. titrfpnt. Kiiiidnvl frir t I'ortland. 7:45 a. m. t Steamers leave SundavH at 10 a. m. J Quick time, regular service and cheap ....rates.... )f 'Hie only daily lwits to 1'ortlin I, (J M. P. BALDWIN. f Agent, Salem. w Pws w - i s v - & Ladles' Blazer Suits X ' yi't fiaye just received direct "from Chicago, an elegant new line of spring styles in ladles' blazer snits. lleautifnl new designs in fancy French mixtures, green, broadcloth, serges, gray suitings with Bolero jacket, tic. These gaiments are tailor made, cut by the latest patterns, giving an ele gant fit to e ch garment. The ore excellently finished and will compare favorably with wonk done Anywhere. The prices are very cheap for the class of goods. Yon ate cordially asked to call ami inspect them. Spring Capes, 53 We are opening our spring tt) les in capes. These goods are...

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. — 25 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL H VOL, 9, SAIi EM, OREGON THUKSDAY MARCH 25, I87. KO.4 CRETE, L FLOOD. 1 t and They Demand Annexation All Murdered and Cremated. Mysterious and Horrible fate of a Tennessee Family. Snow Wind Swept. Lost On the Stormy Atlantic, The State Board in Sessi6n Shall the State Fair Be Held This Year? Offers of Autonomy for the Island Will Not be Accepted, Heroie Struggles of the Androsa's Crew. . CRiMINA AB AGRICULTURE .-- w tW r TT n :t w i C'tf - CK , rift 5"? (ig )iw of footwear, comprise w fig $ Jg ing all of the new ft things, is arriving jffl 3& a daily, IS I si w s gTOT i,J.ii.i.UJM.iIUM.I II II I U llllllll IIMI1W II WMMMIUlUHlJJIU1UlmUOWi NBW BOOK 5 PHI NL15A. l&WBm SEVEN i mHmWITH THE! jl Sim1 ix kkhx vmMiWEmm&E&W ... .5 Price 25c, Postpaid, Agents Wanted A Complete Story of Lillian Ainsley's Captivity and Fescue from the Indians, after nearly sevenfl years, by the hero, Mathew' Bentley. His hardships and dangerous experience, by Owen P. Dabne...

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. — 25 March 1897

' -,. f rtv ,?. ft I Daily Capita Journal BY HOKBR BROTHBRS, THURSDAY, MARCH 2. 1897. EDITORIAL. Tho protest against the cxliililtloh of demoralizing pictures Is taking form In various parts of the country. . In the New York IcRlslnturo tlio Ells worth bill would protect people ngulnst being carlcnturcd without their consent. The proposed law Is filmed at the cartoon business in newspapers. .Just where to draw tl c Indistinct line between the comic newspaper and the brutal caricature, IT not vicious misrepresentation of public men Is the question. There U ii legitimate use of the cartoon, The propriety of a biirlobquu cannot bo doubted. It Is fairly to be questioned If the power to discriminate between what Is proper and what Is improper In newspaper Illustration am be left to government censorship. It. would .be but it step ton censorship or wtlt ton words from u setisorshlp of plr tures. It seems but just at first sight to prohibit the vltasuope and the vcrascope-electrleal Instru...

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. — 25 March 1897

TARIFF. The Debate Still Continues, No Great Interest Taken-Senator Allen's Bill. Washington, March 2.5. The third day of the tariff debate in the house was almost as dull as the llrst two. There were two notable speeches, one by Grusvcnor and the other by Mc- Mlllln, but the rest of the speeches, with the possible exception of Walk er's baldly created a ripple in the monotonous speech uu.vking. Gros venor and McMillin were distinctly the orators of the day. Other speakers were Fox. Siinnis, Williams, Terry, Saj res, Johnson, Evans, Jladdox and Adams. The night session was devoted to Sv't speeches. There were only two features of the session that caused at tention Kerr severely criticised the reciprocity features of the bill which, ho predicted, would wholly fail to se cure yaluable concessions for the sur plus products of agriculture. "We should adopt McKinley's plan or receprocity," said he, "the plan bom in the brain of James G. Blaine." lie characterized this as a fatal de fect ...

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. — 25 March 1897

n ii n ii l i i KinjLrrJxnkNfi --s----str i uaiiy bapnai jdm. BY HOFBR BROTHERS, TriCRSDAl, MAUCII 25, 1S87. Wk jm ms- mr- f r i H STEAMERS f Altona and Ramona ii LEAVE- I dAiet. (except Sunday for "J Portland, 7 MS a- m. t Steamers leore Sundays at ! (J Quick tJrae, regaUx semee and cfceap " ....rate.... Acent, Safen?. New Dress Goods ! Just received a new line of Jamestown Worsted Goods, the swellcst line to be seen this season. A popular priced gcods which never fail to please Prices ranging from 45c to SI per yard. American Queen ? April numb'r now in. 2 J, , Dalrymple Co, OREGON PERSONALS. m Ladies' Blazer Suits X Vie tare mi tstxm t from Cbtetgo- C4 "' Bse stM. BewwW faE U Hrtck . g'ees, wiifcBera jack, t. TW mM we Uittr wt- "T cuh6 loerfi fi-me. Tfcer canfwr: ftortMr w J j .-.k TW nrieet lie n raj efcep for the W M goods. f3 WKI TO LB, 55 Vmhc cordially and vtptct litem. Sonne Capes. We a J" 0" ? ,) i. cape. Thee pwd aie aho the rery iMMt yl ad Voir sttewioii i' bo called to ...

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. — 26 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL, 9, SALEM, OREGON 3TBIDAY, MARCH 26, 1897. NO.ftft THE W York RiiM M has Just rceeivcdlts spring stock of all kinds of goods and now Js prepared to offer the best bargains In the city In CLOTHING of all grades from $1 suit for wool clay worsted suit, with SO to $10 for a line cassimere ta.r 5 S 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. Th?y can't be surpassed in quality, and the prices is below all competition. X JL iTX JL V Just out of New York, in latest style in fur Fedora, sqimre, 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 ladies and gents, gloves, laces, embroideries, ribbons. Victoria lawn, nainsook, swiss, cotton ribbed vests and notions of all kinds,, all at racket prices Call and s...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 26 March 1897

WSJSS3 IF. Daily Capital Journal BY HOKER BROTKERfi, FRIDAY, MAEUII 2. Jfe07. GOOD TIMES MOT COMING. DurffJgttte preW4atal eampaiitn the Republltian upeaker and the Re publican pre garc the people ar ance that, aotooa aircoBlWeswW bi restored by the dec W re defeat of Brao and the Democrat party, we w uld bare good time and a rc Tlralof propcrlty. Bryan and tie iJenuxsratlc party buffered Uic k qutred defeat and we all looked Uw RepWloans expectantly and even many Democrat hopefully tor the promised revival of bsnes. The rerlval not belnz prompt In 11a appearance, we were UM to took f jr IU arrival daring the InilMay fceuvin, and again the KepflMteara looked hopefully ami the Demw!cat otirloijoly U greet Itapon llenlrancc. Prosperity falling to pot In Its ar. pjarance during the holiday Hater, we were next told lo wnlt until .Vc Klnley became president, when I he reclral would urely come. And now the Republicans arc looking curtomlr, and the Democrats derlslroly. for tl e Khlp that ...

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 March 1897

CRATER LAKE. Ills a June day calm, serene. On Cascade's rugged side, The vernal zephers melt the snow and robe in gorgeous hues The hardy (lowers which follow in Its wake. Aroma sweet, The lusty wilds !nl blithe songs of Infrequent birds revive The weary trueler while tolling o'er mimlceous soil VI 1c 1 reverberates with hollow bound. The v hiding path leads O i from height to height, which seem indeed -to represent huge .Stair-steps trod by gigantic Brobdlg- nags of other d lys. lTpoii the bral n's subtle plauque, fancy has sketched a picture Of the grandeur that shall burst abruptly on the vision; Yet when the height is reached and the scene Itself aprcars, Expectation is a disappointment dire; appalled We burst in tears at seeing what we seemed prepared to see. Approach the over-towering brink, and gaze, transfixed agliasf, t on the jagged rim that hedges In, like a circle, t rugged vase )The placid lake that lies ten thousand links low. Now as the orb of day trans mits effulgent...

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 March 1897

Daily Capita! Journal. fJJ . ... 21 r stktz MBsatJOLXdii. -stxzxzrr. JSV KWK iCrT"J5!S.w A 9TE.5CEaBS Altona andJfemcna yf kjr. awt ftiwaiij Sw f T v4f wm vs. $ Car rcas7aa5r ISVa?" 75c1c SZ?eacfc, Xecaog a e 2esa HlZ.VBCJf, M-?l3e& Mike Arc &ebs3 -rafees is? 17 tse vnsra as has? sraeac A eeds. Ta aa x JSC jaJ SSSjMltf M M Jp mams, ttmr Mas. m 'itew ifl asc fay J ssAe 5- : t New Dress Goods I, T, HOLVEESON, Jg Kf iSaffj -t -fc'' rf pgnmnw xnw cwculated Ta TSSJS Ji rctdrcd a nrw fine oT A m (i - V tfuc P . iae irriv4 - u&ajaa. A occtttar ocicedJ?cofvii ms tae tost ftrtdbs va -t-J-u --..., f ii X.c . .iJe at ftafeas. Taws Yncez na&az cai 4oc to ty x iu imAw a - SI per yard. ttut&iMr. ( fxttuMt are fciar dtrm- American Queen lpJSSiSJiSES: , , r9 'tt t CoMtf 0ft .k. b m "fetf mt r w m m rrj rvfrm iKMuvsx .n m men. m -A- - -3 . t WtilU: qMllifc6 iirCWr. A- itrtttt -3l IDwaM k watQgiiJMfc-t MEMftwr taw wwai u fs arf :mejXimcMmitMRXyii Urm mmn a ft oc iw i Vuw4 mm! Mfey...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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