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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 27 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL, 9, SALEM, OBEGOK, SATURDAY MARCH 27, 1897. NO,96 J - jb Vvr J lourSphnosioGki 115 IP i f Jjg of footwear, comprise m g I J ing all of the new g 8g things, is arriving $g tdaily 8 K I rlllSSK nl IIS $ w ll ilijfjfjl) UI Ueh.l new book: T- '-. ----- " 1 1 0rwSm HU P8 !9Kndf 'SEVEN HHBlVEARS 1 JfflBSBHTwiTH THE l- immim -ie iiiiii iw jBtjriivfiiu i i iuf ii.7;ivj1iv"v1 ' I Prj ce 2 5c! Postpaid. Agents Wanted A'Completc Story of Lillian Ainsley's Captivity and Rescue f om the Indians, after nearly seven years, by the hero, Mathew Bentley. His hardships and dangerous experience, by Owen P. Dabney, who spent many years in the Rocky mounx tains, Now on sale at the Fair Store, 274 Commercial st and at Patton Bros, For terms for agents and booksellers apply to OWEN P. DABNEY, Salem, Or THE FAIR STORE -FOR BARGAINS. Call fand' see GRAY TOVES AND TINWARE Thegieatest variety and finest corner State and tust otjt. ' " ' 2. NDIANS BROS, new stock of stock in the city,...

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 March 1897

Daily Capital Journal. BY MOPBR BROTHSR3, SATURDAl, XAHCII27, 17. FROM PORTLAMU. J'ortlako, March . A I prow- ted yM. 1 sesd a few Itoe tnm mtf trip t PertJa&d. !!( I eUM dW asd Vemmner to hM w fce rwo- zasdl0g tb Pgxe rrffcO po pUoforUie &W. A nM werrliBBt iM Ib r hearts UMt an U IhM- Mfjrtf tfeecHywwritf M)rfa rfe, lazJ aad f steresC Atl'rtladl got J a Ut pe SrrtlMag. I tappe) fM Jmmve frow oar eomtyoa Ue other ride rf ' WaWzt0H Creet- He al way has MKfc !? yr K ",8 I pret4-d I 4Mnt Mn ssd A dvrn the -trt. IWt m tad IKK wosfd hare It a freight train hwlfa nlfe kg periled oat ahead aad eat off r evwt- The lad: twee dvm oa je wartaj; hl aatorella. What pfekle I A turn Hriag of eaiatr ear tefere me a art a hn- Mrlax of stale starlet Uiwl hw. I ddgi down iBlaCMfrilowB aad Jefl bAh )cdge and freight train Uadtn therr. Jdt then I ran agaiat Bgfcn, the Kalem etnbalrner and nnderUfcer. He wa going fio fait he nearlj knocked the wind oat of we. He seewerLio I; walking on the air an...

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 March 1897

- tj p y- , WVr JHT,S ev. N. Wayne Wolcott INTERVIEWED BY A REPORTER FOR "THE INDEPENDENT." He Tells of His Recovery from an Illness that Threatened to Incapacitate Him. Is now Able to Attend to His Duties. Has Nothing but Words of Praise for the Remedy Used. Srom the Independent, Auburn, N. Y. It having come to the knowledge of the editor of the Cayuga County Independent of Aulnirn, ihnt Her, N. "Wayne Wolcott, Pas tor of tlie Baptist Church, of Fleming, N. Y., had been cured if nervous prostration by the use of -Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, ho sent a reporter to that town to ascertain from Mr. "Wolcott the truth of the report, and receive from his own lips a statement of his case and how he had been benefited. IM.n ronnrter found Mr. Wolcott to be ft ooutlomen some 40 or 45 years of aee. in good health, and active in his ministerial duties. He is highly esteemed as a pastor and ft citizen, and is a gentleman of strict integrity, whose statements can be implicitly reli...

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 March 1897

(i ir 1 Daily Capital Journa BY HOFBR BROTHERS, SATTJBDAT, JIABCnSTT, 1697. 8 $ STEAMERS 3 Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE fT dAilt. (except SnBdayj for (J Portland, 7:16 a- m. $ b'teamers lea re Kendars at 10 a. r. 'ft QwieJc time, rejwlar Knw aad ekeap , ? ....raia ... Xi 1 ceJr daily Usui to Portl4L ! At, Salexa. New Dress Goods ! Just received a new line of Jamestown Worsted Goods, the swellest line to be seen this season, A popular priced goods "which never fail to please. Prices ranging from 45c to SI per yard. American Queen April number now in. , J, Dalrymple Co, CirFor additional local news ree second and tbfrd paces, THE STATE FAIR TRADUCER. A Discharged Official Trie to Injure ths Fair. According to the Statesman (edited by tbe deposed secretary) there Is lia ble to be no fair this year jet Oregon will have the beat fair ever held. Thl i same ex-ofilclal report that six official hare resigned, when only Z. P. Moody's resignation is on file, and he does this after he was Inform...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 29 March 1897

DAILY- CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. 9, SALEM, OBEGKMsT. MCNDAY. MAKCH 29, I8T. NO.D8 THE N6W York MM lias just received Its spring stock of all kinds of goods and nowjs prepared to otter the best bargains In the . city in ..CLOTHING of all grades from $1 suit for child to a man's tine all wool clay worsted suit, with excellent wool suits from M to 810 for a tine cassimcre suit. r- ''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. Thy can't be surpassed in quality, nnd the prices is below all competition. HATS : 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 istyles 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 ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 29 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. — 29 March 1897

" ENDORSED. People's Party Members of the Legislature" at Home The IVoplu's party County Central Commute and members of that party lipid a mooting at'Oregon City Satur day and endorsed by adopting resolu tljiiscmntnendin'tlie course of the People's party members of the legis lature Questions were Invited, and an In. qulslstive member asked how the ex penses of those who held out were paid. U'Ren responded that thememebers of the onnoslt Ion received SoO to 8100 apiece from a fund that had been made up by the enemies of Mitchell. He himself received $S0 from that source, and got 30)0 from his father; his total expenses were about 8120. He knew of but one member who got more than $100 from the fund. He said Bepresentatlve Ogle paid his own expenses out of his own pocket, and was the only one who did that. Ogle made a shortstatement of his position, which did not differ from that one of U'Bcn. He said Senator Mitchell had tried in the capltol to buy two Populists merely to go into 1 is...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 29 March 1897

!4 Daily Capita! JBtV HKK ' " " " ' r1 ' 'r rrr1 T0 jgsMCAL G3ADOA7SS. lnm9Saseess8agl -. -r. .... fflfll-CI RK Aa-- - 11111111(111 5 in M Ut 7j&Atae OMkxk xe rac WWuwwi- - V in mihm 5 VIS TLiJ . Mr &r BROTHER. ,'W LCTJ Ot 631. tattle, at tfe (2ta flfet 0Mte, l XOXDAi , K A BCtt 2. . I JG rra? Jp wbr? 8- a-i"P V7c . 2J lWWi. J 5 Altona and Kamonaj 7 Ajct- trow !. r ! ?si& . rcar tfxnx ? tsr. Tfce aa .iaaW Lhw . . New Dress Goods ! :sdfkag Jpj Sax. Ki om wit k aa ZS3 j fcafceabMHtfaate pailBe . 45T Sf iec . W OkkwmimUml "3K -.. . a- a itJ m r saw atari: K t' 5 Immt liana n Cms ai est CSf a Ev k ca'i he teat far A; aunwr. . I 5 A aaae Saw at aJl JE 5? MiM 1TW if. M Jj T, HOLVHSON. Jttst Ttzcvred a new line of Jamestown Vorsed Goods, the jr7?eHcst line to be seen this season A popular priced goods wrhicn xierrcr hoi to please. Prices Hinging from 45c to SI per yard American Queen X April number now in 5 J, J, Dalrymple Co, OZZOOU PERSONALS. A- YT. Gl7 ra ifl Prtks4 Cfey. 1L...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 30 March 1897

r nvugjQfrvr w -t-- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL, 9, SALEM, OEEGOK, TUESDAY,, MARCH 3t, 189T. NO. m w & -Ht" JfS tf & g - - I tour Spring SIM 3 1 t i n r,n of footwear, ing all of things, is NBW BOOK 812 jjjj. daily, Vl m i iMsSIBWITH the! 4. ss a 4:'''''''l'44t4ii4-: . t ' Price 25c, Postpaid, Agents' "Wanted A Complete Story of Lillian Ainsley'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, who spent many years in the Rocky mourv tains, Now on sale at the Fair Store, 274 Commercial st and at Patton Bros, For terms for agents and booksellers apply to OWEN P, DABNEY, Salem, Or THE FAIR STORE-- --FOR BARGAINS. gCall land' see GRAY The greatest variety and finest corner State and STOVES comprise m the new m arriving I aCsSKJSSGiK? JKi' 4 ii iii "-?;;"? TUST OTJT. BROS, new stock of fe y AND TINWARE stock in the city, Northwest Liberty streets, CONGRESSIONAL Tariff Debate No...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 30 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. — 30 March 1897

JJPfiyaP"WRfWmy r ORCGON. Depicted in Poetry by a Little School Girl. Fanny A. Kicuols, a 15 year-old school gill at the Fruitland public schools U the author of the following composition on Oreeen: Oregon Is settled The thickest In the west; If you don't believe me, You can give it a test. Some people say it rains Thirteen months of the year, But they missed It By two or three months, I fear. In summer we have A few scatter! nif showers To freshen the withering Plants and (lowers. We have plenty Of nice grain and fruits; And two large buildings Where they tench the blind and mutes. Oh es, there is still another I must tell you about, A reform school; Some boys know the route. There arc two or three mountains White the year round, Plenty of rabbit", squirrels And birds to be found. Large 11 r trees, Which grow stately and tall, That are slain and cut up With axe, wedge and maul. On each side of this valley A range of mountains run. Crneks and rivers, In among them are spun. In the s...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 30 March 1897

Daily Capita! Journal BY HOPBR BROTHERS, TUESDAY, MARCH 30,1897. A A fcS k- f- kS M- A . T VVV VV VVV VV STEAMERS 5 Altona and RamonalSjj ( LEAVE it dAily. (except Sunday) for iJ Portland, 7:45 a. m. Steamers leave Sundays at 10 a. ro. ... yatck time, regular emce ana cneap .... rates .... The only dally boat to Portlan !. M. I'. UALUWI. Acent. Salem. .- . . - I J ffi id Silkolene's, The nicbt and neirest things in draperies. I U eterp appearance of lk- Cofori and designs are perfect. We have ja receioed a very choice line ( these good, 36 laches wide, wtutk we are sell ing at 15c per yard, We are aIo shewing ab elegant line of Iodic' spring eapes I he vesy latent creations in brocade silks and velvets. We can please yoti in this line. T. HOLVERSON, Trojan Shirt Waists Made of finest qua itr dimities, organd ies, fancy Dresden figures with silver stripes, etc. Some wiih self collars nd cuff. A thoroughly complete assort ment of the leading make Belts, Colored leather, uede leather. ...

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. — 31 March 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. 9, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY AtAIlCH 31. 18T. NO.10 IF YOU OR YOUR BOYS NEED CONGRESSIONAL CYCLONE, GREEKS EDUCATION f i i t if i 1 i f i $ SI B "1 I !M I raUu ' H H I I W OF ANY can supply you at the lowest cash prices, If interested send your name and address and we will send you by return mail a descrip tive circular, with samples of cloth attached, which will give you an idea of the line we carry. Absolutely cash only and one price to all, Opposite First National Bank, Salem, Or, OUR STOCK IS :o: We are prepared to furnish you with anything you may need in the line of clothing, hats or furnishing goods, at a price lower than ever offered in this city before We want to impress this on your minds, that is, that we are not here to be undersold but we are prepared to meet any compete tion, not barring the second-hand stuff that is brought tip from Portland and peddled over the city Give us a chance and we will convince you that we are prepared to do just w...

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. — 31 March 1897

m Daily Capital Journal ESSS!! " m '- t-Flmr nfieaMwtst tail fiy HOPBR BROTHERS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1887. EDITORIAL. Ben Buttemortli of Ohio. Is to be commissioner of patents. All the fatest places In tbeKlft "f the McKir. Icy administration are to be given to those heroes who turned the greatest fcmersaultsof principle to get In line at the public troujjh..Thee men were the loudest to demand Independent blmelallsm before the St Louis con vention that declared against Indep endent bimetallism. They were the most severe in their denunciations of the gold standard Cleveland adminis tration only to find themselves ct down squarely on tho same platform with the man Uier had abused for fouryoan). The campaign whs won on the Issue of sound money as tl-e only means Ui secure confidence and restore prosperity. Since the elect Ion we have heard little of that, and all the silver swashbucklers who threw down their standard, like Bu;ter.vorth Hermann, Wolcott, and p-iibly Mitchell arc Ut be ...

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. — 31 March 1897

ipw-!""; u Replies to State Claimants Shows Why He Cannot Attempt to Discriminate. Secretary of State II. R. Klncald lias received numerous requests re cently to audit and allow claims be, fore money lias been appropriated to pay them. To a lengthy letter re ceived today he sent the following re sponse: Salem, March 30. 1S97. My Deak Sir: Yours of March 29. concerning the auditing of claims be fore the legislature has appropriated money for their payment, has been received- The opinion of the supreme court In 1871 that claims cannot be :iii II ted in advance or an approprla tl n was rcnfleied by four Democrats. 1- P. Prim, L. L. McArthur, B. F. H .iham, and A. J. Thayer, W. W. i ,'ton, the only Republican, dissented Utnn, among other thing?, said: "It Is said this doctrine would In vest the secretary with the legislative power to control the disbursements of the public funds, and pledges the public credit. The auditing or a pub- lie account neither controls the dls; bursement or ple...

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. — 31 March 1897

t" iri jjsf 1 II Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKBR DROTHERH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1897. Ha S b -" W - A' ft STEAMEBS 1 3 Altona and Ramona l LEAVE ft dAilv. (except Sunday) for ii Portland, 7:45 a. m. ' J Steamers leave Sundays at 10 a. in. Quick time, regular senrtce and cheap tTtXCSt . ft The ooljr dallrfboiuto f'ortlaal. i ' i nunlt'TU ft Agent, Safcm. - -' " ", ws,Yfe 11 1 'SfK-r-9t Silkolenes, Trojan Shirt Waists, Made of finest ie. hncr DteMcn ficures with it oua ir uiiniiie, crcjna reMen ficures with wlrer ilnoes. etc. Nxne with sen co it' na cuff, A thoroughly complete assort ment of the leading wale The ntee and sew thing in drtfwrie. Ha eterjr appearaaee of mIIc Cater hI designs ate petfect. We bare iH reeared a rerr eMce Be of lbee geofo, 36 locbe wWe. wMch we are tell ing at 15c per yard. We are alo stowing an elegant )toe of ladfe' spring eapei I he retf laleK creation in brocade stiles and velvets We can please you in Ibis line. T. HOLVERSON, Belts, " - Colored leather, ...

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 April 1897

VOL. 9, In iM u 1 I 1 - "- fl I e 1 7T7 H S I 33 iiifn rnninn v tat !8 jOorspnnflSio6K IF fell &un ftlh ? I NU P WW WIS 1 r r . M - S of footwear, comprise m jjg tii $ Virv oil rsf fV.r now $9 II $ 3 S $ OB H5 tilings, is arriving $) m I- -JwlHJ'"'''"-1' aM fl llg1 MW I B J I NEW BOOK TUST QTJT, ell mSa m I 3sIHW SEVEN 1 'BH YEARS ? T V-f-" V .X 4i.w..;o:.jii44!il..J4l'f'I',''',f''l"i'' ' PriceJISScPostpaici. Agents A"anted GO FAR for shoes, tinware, graniteware, suspenders, hosx iery, gloves, towels, table linen, overalls, shirts, underwear, A fine line of window shades, oil cloth, notions of all kinds, Everything cheap for spot cash, Call and be convinced, 274 Commercial st. OWEN P, DABNEY, Prop, Call and' see GRAY The greatest variety and finest corner State and STOVES AN DAILY TO a: STORE BROS, new stock of D TINWARE stock in the city, Liberty streets, Northwest CAPITAL CYCLONE. Great Desolation and Death, Dead, Dying and Homeless Ming ling in the Debris. GuTimiE, O. T , Apr...

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 April 1897

THE FINANCIAL ISSUE, Letters Received on the Great Money Issue. their places. We are opposed to any currency system whereby one party to a con tract Ji2S the choice of -the kind of money he shall tender when the FAVORING BIMETALLIC UNION. h Plan for Silver Organization The Gold Program. and bank-notes shall grtfduany"t6ke' I& also the future! Exceeding wealth is usuany ggiuttomous. it nas no soul. Its eye sees nothing but ag grandizement. Itlllvea In luxury, so far as this life Is concerned. ft is independent of the physical wants of choice Js denied to the other party of ordinary humanity and is therefore the kind of money he shall except, not prepared"to sympathize with the since recent experience shows that Ill-clad apd hungry. It Is not to such a-ystem creates distrust, of all blame. The government has made-it money contracts. sc. Our ballot Jn part has made the We sympathize with the South and government West in their dissatisfaction at the Lotus arouse from our letbarcy. l...

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 April 1897

f?a-- rj WH.JJJU" - MNSTER Who Discusses the Rich Argues From the Bible Wealth Is a Crime. That A Christian minister sends The Journal the article printed below. He rails it a bible exposition of the ricli and the j,oor and proposes to print In pamphlet form. The author isan old man and thinks our readeis would bo much Interested in reading his argument, and that it ' will pe news to them, "but not pop ular among the rich. "Tun Journal has some millionaires among its read ers and believes they will enjoy specu lating on their chances in the next world in the light of these articles. The old gentleman attempts a diffi cult task; he wants the ricli to sec tl: it they have more than their share cf money. Is'o one believes he has 1 'ore than his share in this world. Vue Journal editor would not object to having more than a bare compet ence; he would not weep to know that lie was worth a million. Nor would anyone else outside of the asylum. Still if Rev. Matthews can make any of our weal...

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 April 1897

V m ij..1. Daily Capital Journal. 13Y HOFKR BROTHERS. THURSDAY, APRIL J, 1667. T SiSSitSSffi Kid Glove Sale H ' t ' " 'f STEAMERS H ?; Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE )? dAily. (except Sunday) for jj Portland, 7:45 a. in. bteamers leave Sundays at 10 a. ir. 1 Quick time, regular semce and cheap ? ....rates ... Yi The oolr daiiriboats to Portlin 4. 1 M. P. BALDWIN. Aeent. Salem. S 4fc S9 m Sm S S S S9l "Fidelia V "Minerva's,", -UppioV "Napoleon's," -Etclka," For the rest of the week commencing: with tc day at greatly reduced jk prices. g Buy your gloves now, ffl OFFICIAL Trojan Shirt Waists t n etai a'itr ditniito, organd- iei, finer Dretden ftgre. with mrtr tnpei, etc. Some ib self eo'W id cull. A thoroughly complete aatott merrt of the leading make Belts, i?C 2 Colored leather, tuede leither. V.U, can. vat, and metal belti in great varletiy, from JSC UP- Waist Sets, Fine, plain or enameled sit from 15c up. Ladies' Neckwear 2 A line line of all the latest coloring! and shapes. , , Dalrym...

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