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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 20 April 1897

-Twrjjr-r"- I DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL. 9. SALEM, OBEGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 187, NO, IIS r I. 4 fflP83 " flft i. TT rur es! Shoes 9 w m Still they come, Now it is misses aad chil' dren's lace goods. To be had at a W W NEW BOOK . r - HUM? seven v zsmziMim i irwi mtb w flm hlj bt a SWA I BJUfiW jV J L-ifrLi I :i SlNDIANS a r y i4444'M''V4444l4'4"4W'444'44H4'v'i''it-j,'r-: Price 25c, Postpaicl.dAgents Wanted Apply to OwcnP, Dabney,274 Commercial) st, Salem, Or, Goto m Fair store for shoes, tinware, graniteware, suspenders, hosy feyi gloves, towels, table linen," overalls, shirts, underwear, A fine line of window shades, oil cloth, notions of all kinds, Eveiything cheap for spot cash. Call and be convinced, 274Commercial st b. p. fark:hurst. Reliable Farm Machinery, Wagons, Buggies and supplies, "MITELS? wmer.Q,al 8treet- opposite Capital National ban iXf1 buggies, "Osborne" binders and mowers. All "MIUCIV, ' 4 ftna , ' i 3 TUST OTJT. - -, - - - --it- - Y OWEN P, DABNEY, Prop, k. '"Bu...

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. — 20 April 1897

'ft'jjrr.?1' 1 ""'T'S'TfWf' ' Ba M -WT.V vw-"" jy k) Daily Capital Journal BY HOKICR BROTHERS, TUESDAY, A TOIL 20, 1897. EDITORIAL. Mm .vlu pursue u Htralglui'orwjrd co im j scld.itn fall In rcUilnl n g t e re xjmctof Lliulr foe, und always tliclr i. i mjU reject. There are HkhcwI o l hlnk It lit Hiiiurt to iHwiulrcli cliarac Ivr'.iy luslii'Jiiliuiisor foul InucndooH t'iat have no baols In actual fact. T mj ilnd In tlic long run tliat tliolr J ..i j a lining one. Injuring only I tUJIIIVl'S. Since toe president lias announced lilujself us opposed to nepotism, we trust that he will Insist that dologft lions shall observe I his rule In recom mending iiproliitecsor, IT notified of lit) violation, refuse to appoint such person to the olllcc recommended Oy them. We commend the same doc trine to our state olllclals, even at the risk of making a fow more "enemies." Thee senatorial muddles are 'prov ing ohjpct lessons to the people. They o that the only way out of thcuc deadlocks Is to releg...

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. — 20 April 1897

"V "&!&"?" vjf a; j-i i mitn I j....fc iL m li m, i i iirmu Tji mo'! TTTTiiimi i n .T.j m LETTERS, From People's Party Men On the Questionof Union of the Reform Forces.- Thomas Buckman, People's Party member of the 19tli general assembly, writes, Marehllcld, April 1G: In The Journal, of the 12th inst , jn speaking of the political needs of the present time you speak of a party, that must be "free from all Impract ical and visionary notions, founded on a few elementary propositions," etc, but have you ever tried to draft into proper shape those "few elementary propositions so that they will be per fectly plain and practicable, and entirely free from what some will be ready to say "visionary notions." Those few practical principles, that everybody almost seems to know of, get so illusive that nobody has been able to catch them and clearly define them; Is what is wanted more at the present time than anything else. The Republican party when it was first formed had a few clearly ...

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. — 20 April 1897

m&m Watch this Space HBREAFTBR. . m lor I am going to make you ucb offer? from time (i, tine la watch repair Imz. making new Jewelry, diamond setting. JgoW and silver niatlof. which will put all competitors In I be shade. Chas. H. Hinges, WITH THK WOODMEN. Vt9f. rata to Be Readersd at Reed's Open Hoase Friday Evening. The tosal lodge of the Wocdmen of the WwM have made extensive ar raBgaeats for the reception sod en tgrtaiBseat of Head Ocrosal Falken brg. wbfk that gentleman reaaius la oar clt. Mr. Falkenuarg win arrive la SaJem Frfda. Mr. Palfcenbarg is one of the roost eether with tiw iron, steel rails, etc.. prowloeBt Woodmen being bead con- also lot o.3, block 8, of Moralngside PROPERTY TRANSFERRED. The bales Motor RBway Property Changes Hxss. A deed pertaining t the ownership of the old Sale Motor Railway line was this morals? Sled with County Recorder F. W. Waters. Br this In stalment te Salem Motor railway, from one tormina? at MoraiBside to the other at tb Fair grounds, ...

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. — 21 April 1897

srj m VOL. 9. SALEM, OBEGOK WEDNESDAY APRIL 21, 1897. NO, 113 DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. Befc Igour Iteigbbor About the quality of our goods, They are satisfied with them after a five-year trial, Below we mention a few prices our cus tomers are paying us for staples, What do you pay fcr the same articles elsewhere ? Men's good blue denim riveted overalls, cut to fit, all sizes, 35c, This is not the kind that is "just out" when you come after a pair, Frank Miller's Peerless shoe blacking, 10c size for 6c, Mason's Challenge Blacking, 10c size for 7c, Men's fouivin-hand washable pique ties at 9 and 12c, Men's white lawn string ties at 9c per dozen. Good commercial note writing paper, 24 sheets for 5c, Heavy 3X white envelopes, 50 for 5c, Needle book containing five papers assorted size needles and fourteen darning needles, total 139 only 4c, Moating glass dairy thermometers 10c, Best nickleplated alarm clocks 85c, Our one'cent lead pencils are sold elsewhere 2 for 5c, Bone hair-pins, crimp...

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. — 21 April 1897

- - 5. ,- - -w-Tfc gg- g, J .jMrfwi m --- - - , 11 . twMfw urn ioatg'Aaegsrgr?MMagr3iiiiiBSfflMM3BBKg5 1 pS.Jgx. "". ,!L-- ' --in I Fw J r e5 I-W"""-. . Jhs IU gS u f w r' 'kF Save money, time, SELF- GOL n?re n r It deans Iajares ootiiogr- SoM erei-v-"- XadecwJyby THE H. K- FAIHSAMK COMPANY, SLLnte. Cttc-ji). . " aua!Jass&ii.iwittb'it "rr Daily Capital Journa fcY KOKKK BROTHERS WED5B5DAI, APBIL 21, 17. EDITORIAL. Ths Rzee GoanJ cor-Uaaes t ptfa oU ProJdeot Chapman, 1hm it eridenUy wuiU te vet rid f as president of tbe unlfen-lty. The pwpie of otbr JoeaHUe of the fciatc are t&fei0.r atcfc) ep trer Prrtf. ONapajio's Mipii dMiwiertcl, If be Id fact e gtflUy of scar, tot are twUMtt UMtb rf re-Miisat Ms p j wl Jh 1 ttoit far tint jxIUoo, or al eu-ultll vn? act of wkgoc-due-t wat diiallf hiw for further uaefuloet at tbe university. We are afraid tbe beat latoiy gener ated, against profesw Is of local qual ify and therefore not liable U afltct ouuld.r wltb it vrarintb. These state ...

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. — 21 April 1897

Esr- x-xrpeyvs! MSMaaiBSMkrtifiMa X- On the Webfoot Politicians. Independent Comment on People in State and Nation. Gr.itke's paper, ot Astoria, says the "reason why'' Governor Lord does njt call an extra session of the legis lature, Is the "fear that Mitchell will be elected". Gratko would havecoiue nearer the truth, If he had stated that the "reason why" was 'the fear of members like himself, who want ar extra sessioo for the fun (?) in the job, and not to serve the interests of the state. Men who hayc become turn-c tats where there is no principle involved, to serve an individual at the expense of the public interests, arc never friends of good government. The less such say, the better for thp.ni, as their talk will always recall the "reason why" they want an extra ses sion. It is said that lion. U. B. Moores, of Salem, will be a candidate for the position of receiver of tlicOregon Land olllce Albany Herald. "Will be." Nay. Mr. Moores "is" a candidate. Fourteen saloons have close...

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. — 21 April 1897

WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, Fr jyW0TH EAOUE STATEMEHT: WLztch tbis Space JGSSOCZ1 fc.L7.BBr Dsrei AMrs oe XaO Ztess. se"T2fii cay, waa Z: T3BS As Wee s&s Aweoawc i Tiit is Kria c lie Pin 7jre? i r. jaw nte .: HBR3AFTBR ,ffirlwa3ii:"r wfji b aei ,JgE. ,tt3.afefiL4i 1j.s fciie? """J as Special Sale ! K Vtf- Xreasws. Xiswrt. Of 0r CwrtT fsces. ' f irlTii gkg Vr iwg CfcTiiii X- JtoO am. C tad stty, 4m.Ufm4a lf VP- Trtifc Mfc AA -1. Trmt nJtr 1A UllfcCJ! St w. . . f iii-iifthMi-i.-iT na aMre&t or Br Chas. H. Hinges, 7VcMWf iax a 2tsacMf artae jar C tbe Pant sffe ltti-rri -"-r ten' Vr tiK me Tfvvtoat. feawwei by TATwHJKEB i5Ii S2OTBL2S. ntdtor afegt. At ERY rdMft f jAwmm Kr. Mrf Xrs "HAffyKU tbt Jfcvfke aarf Ik colors l ksaze. i v , - - - J - J nrr tlc 39S CccKaeraaiSt 2iDcocKricfffcrP,0, iMrtriiiA! trt 2r St- K prorat i fe TVy if i5e ? CtttacAL.vrx W IK K- 4M.O.-7. r5J" -"" "" 1 lMKir JW IOKHF MMKI lT Jsr- puU mmm7 m'jtxmt. iatwlacai Pr. fa. - oc yjifctiag aw 'X ta ForUawd dl rffe. a...

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. — 22 April 1897

V DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. 9. SALEM, ORKGOK THUESDAY, APRIL Ji, 1897. NO, 114 m ' " fa fill !Z"'s J. ft? Isnoes ! Shoes li m II Still they come, Now 1 (j II 09 dren's lace goods, To H) fe I be had at ' I NEW BOOK TUST OTJT. tSm YEARS ! ! JHlNnuiKi X. f .' ft(4i4.4i4..i44iJtf44'4"J'f'"i"H"J"J'4"'4""r'f-!--!H .- Price 25c, Postpaid. Apply to Owen P. Dabney, 274 Go to Me Fair for shoes, tinware, graniteware, suspenders, hos iery, gloves, towels, table linen,JJ 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, b. :f. farkhurst. Reliable Farm Machinery, Wagons, Buggies and supplies, t iTf 90,nmero,n street, opposite Capital National bank. Buckeye," and JWtcliell buggies. 'OsbornePiblndenj and mowers. All kinds of latest farm Machinery, , , - r x wws m V Agents Wanted Commercial) st, Salem, Or, I A store -T Drawn Battle Is Fought. Larissa Saved to th...

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 April 1897

I I Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKKR BROTHERS, JHrl&g Uaajaofraa to ptmf a lteeatfeoa a mm, feeprfa to SeeLa Meets f aaai tiacs ike aeseae jaweavts The ITEMS OP UtTESSST. r garbage $ to be erenated. The Faa$rlraaia kiflatare ba. I foar MBs la three awatfes. Strong THirasoAi , APBIL 22, ran EDITORIAL. iat aaftaf; Um dap tax J l air' afeaRHr pnfltv I ae hei its Maa lo arara HMar, r There lee Craa? aafat fa ta caller Ute Cafe afceplalhe at rowreaU , te reMltta at ai a the wtaMflK A acrtr that wB alawr ifc? tper I an laale oaaaty Jtasr a4 fcfttiitr4 ay dtoeet fcHt a' t'ge ar1erfe rtrfte at te r fcirmaOw m exirarrcaacc I i Atsrrtcaa tnHUr. It win ao awy J arf'H the laoratllai? sad oaariMnr! that aosr disgrace aoailasllae ona Teetfocc Ta PapefHte haw ooe thk la fe oatim. flfee aaryla ??arrii a ta- a a a Jt rfWS f ! tbfi BM Of Aavrfcaat aae tfi40M of cap!- Hood'. SsrwiarM. as does tbe ea of tat imrtetud la wrttfKte Is Onto - 9CZ9t ThB m otier o-eaHed Aa Iaiiaaa fmsse bsj rsied that Wood...

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 April 1897

B METALLISM And Question of the Union Of Reform' ForceS'irr Oregon Poli tics Discussed. Cliff Abratna wrIte3froniCrawfords vllleOr., on April 19: Penult mo, through the columns of Tun Journal, to dwell bri6fly on the question of the fusion of the reform forces In the state of Oregon. I notice In the Issue of The Jour nal, of the 16th Inst, an address pre pared by the state central committee, of the Populist party, to the people of the state of Oregon, opposing fusion.- In this address this bpld declaration is made: that the "Populist party Is the original and only National Bime tallic party." Let us sec: The platform of every true bimetal list In the United States is this: Gold and sllvcras standard wopey, paper or greenbacks Issued direct from tbe Treasury department to the people without the Intervention of any bank r corporation, the abolition of'the National bank as a bank of issue-; and the option left to tlie secretary of the treasury in redeeming government obligations In eit...

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 April 1897

5W" Die ud all the r) Wesile plccS Chas. 308 Commercial St 2d Door &SB&BB 9SS v-,'Wfc' I T ', O.C.HT Co's Fait Piwenger Siearoer ALTON A' Leaves for Portland Monday Wtdnexlajr. FfWay and ?Hidy at 745 rn Qic" time leeo'ar lerrice and low ratff. Dock between biate awJ Court ilreeu. ; M P. BALDWIN. j Aeeat, Salem. S New Novelties in Leather Belts Fine quality leather belts with lrgc buckle, black and tan.... 25c- each. While canvas 2Sc. each. Mcn'H heavy leather belts.. Mc. each. Ladles' belts with purse. . W)c. each. Extra quality nurse 7Cc. each. Men's extra line belts 81 each. Try a Trojan waist. They are right. J, J, Dalrymple Co, Some Prices, SK f v" Assorted box hair pins 3c. Leather belts 8, 1U, 15, 19, 23, 2,'c. Side hose supporters with button loop, black nnd white, 10c. Men's heavy black seamless kox, 10c. Men's mixed cox, ribbed tops, Gc. Extra heavy Kockford sox, 10c. Ladles' summer vests, 6, 0, 10, 18c. Kllk Windsor ties. 10c. WHEELS. There Is no use dis puting 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. — 23 April 1897

m - - "JJ WJ -1 Trvr rTr-;'4w w-5.t - y y -. T3? -- "S5ifrTw,7r -t" yqgffflBf!''?;eipjj CAPITAL JOURNAL. i VOL, 9, SALEM, OHEGOIT, PBIDAY. APltIL 23, I87. NO, 115 ' nujnmfrniwpaft DAILY D 1106 :o: Low prices are attractive, but they are quite the opposite of cheap You must trust your shoe dealer, It is impossible to judge of the quality when all shoes are made for finish, The defects are not visible You know you can depend on what we tell you, Five years trial has given you confidence in our shoes, fNobody does or ity for quality, your money for wear, our prices lead everybody, This is a broad assertion, but we will be glad to prove it to you, t Cash is the foundation stone of our business and the basis of our low prices, T IRew i?ork IRacfcet THE reat XKAonber IS HOW WE These hard times, Now, if you will pronv Bse not to give the business away we will tell you how it is done, By buying the latest styles and putting the selling price .lower than our competitors, We find that "quick ...

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 April 1897

tr IM Ik J F isr 'J IS' u. 'j K W ;.' t'jf' s:. Y Daily Capital Journal. BV HOKBR BROTHBRS, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1897. EDITORIAL. Xo frost so far leave Orojfun s .lendll crop and fruit prospect. KoralljrnHJNJ(?) editorial on tic illUcal situation rend the morning . Kin of the Mitchell push. .Nancy AIHmio McKlnlcy has Just rrtelirated lier 88fh birthday. God lk- Grandma McKInlcy. This day the Turks are to take LarlKa, or at leact to make a histori cal effort to recapture that Important pout from the Greeks. ' There Is Ftlll no senator elected In Florida, and In Kentucky the Repub llcans arc continuing to break a quorum by staying avay. Governor Fletcher's last paper was not a well balanced effort. It cot Uiins a column editorial on the edit .- or's itomach troubles and only a few 1 ncs on a contemporary's moustache. The raising of a library by voluutary contributions of books for the Lincoln public schools Is a much better way than levying 9 tax to establish school libraries as was prop...

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 April 1897

AL SI The Want of Civil Authority, Conditions at'Circle'CityCanadian Officials 'and a' Military. I'. B. Wcare of Chicago Is at the national capital for the puipose of conferring? with the president and secretary of the interior with refer ence to extension of civil authority over the mining region of Alaska, says the Washington correspondent of the Chicago Record. Far away In the center of the territory, where the Yukon river crosses the boundary be tween British Columbia and the United States, are a number of towns chief of which is Circle City, on the American side, and Fort Cudahy, on the British side. At the latter point the Canadian government has officials and a military garrison. They col lect customs dues on all goods that are Imported from the United Slates, und most of the supplies from the mining towns are brought up the Yukon river. They also have mining inspactors who collect a tax of $15 on every claim that Is iilcd. This fur nishes sulllclent revenue to defray all the...

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 April 1897

it w 1 u rv st5 h; Starter Mo. 1. if nicrtinnlt Mm nlrl w.itclife. olrSK4and jewelry yow have layed away on aeconnt or high charges for re pair?, brine them to u. VTe will dr tHe work at wholesale prices 26 yeurs experience at tns wtK- (-) INTEREST j Chas. H. Hinges, 308 Commercial St. WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. 2d Door North of New P, O, Agitates All the Bimetallics. Discussion Over the Legal Rate Continues to Next Thursday. SOME SALEM VOUNQ PEOPLE. J Salem has a growing number of young business people who are coming to the front in the yarious of branches of activity. Our young men and wo men In general ability, culture and enterprise will compare with the best an the land and The Journal Is .proud to recognize their growing worth. ' Hay Parvin, son of Prof. Z. P. Par vln has swung himself to the front in musical work In this city. He is now at the head of the second regiment band, and Has the rank of First Ser- ireant of the National Guard. Mr. Par- :s rrrr: nyfwn-,f,1i 11V O.CT Co'...

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 April 1897

" "VvrzyjWTf -F DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. o, SALEM, OEEGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 18T. NO. 11 5 fa iitf tM Still they come, Now it is misses and chijV dfen's lace goods, To be had at W NEW BOOK i . ..-.-r--. . -.-.- .T. Price 25c, Postpaid. r7CgT-g5J'JMUJAIIlMMgKlMOiiiimPWWPPsaglM I SFBlfflP' or 1 3lHDf !r mmma i iusamm X . I I I 111 I li lJtf 1 WINDIAN JQiBsWiSir f LIJEB x Apply to Owen P. Dabney, 274 Commercial) st, Salem, Or, Gotothe Fair store for shoes, tinware, graniteware, suspenders, hos iery, gloves, towels, table linen,JJ overalls, shirts, underwear. A fine line of window shades, oil cloth, notions of all kinds, Everything cheap for spot cash. Call and be convinced. jJ! 274 Commercial st, OWEN P. DABNEY, Prep. E. P. FARKHURST. Reliable Farm Machinery, Wagons, Buggies and supplies. ixn25 Commercial street, opposite Capital National bank. ''Buckeye," and Mitchell buggies, "Osborne" binders and mowers. All kinds of latest farm machinery. i TUST- OTJT. SEVEN YEARS ! WITH THE J...

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 April 1897

"rgRwyny-- ,t r aasggftFgagjMSSZggaS lawtTftTmgiriiyfinaca; 11 Vmi VJmwmv i Ufa) ' lJ'WliyJ.I"- " FOB. SAti Aia.u ft .. . -...-. ruiVjiMiMTnyfrfrffiy.SiS pa mi i irf feftfrVSi. -t' S- J.fc " Daily Capital Journal.'. FUSIOH. - ret- . J' m BY HOKBR BROTHERS, ...SATURDAY , APJUL 24, 1897. Mr. Spaugh Writes Again. EDITORIAL. The jeuilannual statements of county finances as published In till paper 1tit week are not creditable to Marlon county. There ls no good r ason wny .Marion count shouiu Invo any debt. We have had no biff bridges or county buildings! to erect for six years or moo; nothing but nr.lliiHiy expenditures. Why this rnunly should have a debt of nearly tM7,uuo Is a mystery. The reports show an increase in the rutin tv debt of t38.097 03; a fall- I n off In receipts of 0,C82.30;lncrcae of claims allowed $11,133 10; decreased jeaah on hand (general fund) $5,603 73; Increased taxts collected 0,103.51; all It5ccmRbui the lirst are on compar ison ulth the corresponding six months...

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 April 1897

IrTr- - "e-Wja-e i 4iimiiM aiiwiciiirir'fwWt'wirvirV.iira When Doctors Differ Who HISTORY OF A WOMAN WHO OSULD NOT WALK FOR SIX YEARS. So Well Known was the Case that Druggists are Besieged with Requests "For the Same Medicine which Cured Miss Osborne." From the Palladium, Miss T. E. Osborne is the name of a petite 706Ejf IrAj living at 126 Ifarth Seventeenth Street, Richmond, Ind. She is the daughter of Mr. 'William Osborne, one of tho most prominent horsemen in Eastern Indiana. About five years ego, after she had been given up as a hopeless case by numerous physicians, had tried braces and all scien tific appliances, and had been taken to the principal baths, she began slowly to im prove, and without the aid of doctors. Con sidering the cure a most remarkable one, a Richmond reporter sought the cozy home of Miss Osborne and obtained from her own lips a statement of her case and the cause of her most wonderful cure. When the reporter called, Miss Osborne oamo walking lightly into 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. — 24 April 1897

iriiiwn nw wJiduMUJjfti r !-. If 5, Can We Do First'Class Work ? 01 lMrnaTeifciW-w--" -'- iSV wt.. w Chas. H. Hinges, WATCHMAKER ASD JEWELER. 3 J3 Commercial Sl 2d Door North of New P. O. gj&& lo.C.T.Co'si i ALTONA' ? It fer IVtlMrf Kr. fCl ?K Wfuiir Fiifer sad ?wir ?' 2$ . I'Mttm ..0ck rra i . - - - - . .. ' ' ... .- uJ bn run. Dock Uiwren Su ui Coatt tucett.' ,S M. P. BALDWIN. fit J? jgfrSrS IgiildS New Novelties in Leather Itelts Fine quality leather belts with lrge buckle, black and tan 2Gc. each. White canras 25c each. McnV heavy leather belt. .35c. each. LndleVbeluwIth purn;. . Mte. each. Extra quality purse 78c. each. Jlen'd extra tine beltt 1 each. Try a Trojan waUt. They are right. J, J, Dalrymple Co, Some More Prices, AH wmiI sweater 11; summer undershirt 23c; summer corsets 32c; Belter ones, same ai others sell at COc, 42c; bugay whip, 0 and 16c; Harden trowel 4c; men'a working shirts 2-1 to 47c You arc always welcome to como and look over my line of Roods. Flood ...

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