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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 December 1894

W-mmrmA M ur CENTS PER MONTH BY MAIL. JOURNAL. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPJRB, CAPITAL tift-- ' KBCB35B5ss&p3S!S6'1-' VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 185)4. IB II W RACKET HAS BARGAINS In Rubber Boots and Shoes, and Oil Clothing. Mackin toshes and gossamers for men, women and children. Under wear for men, women and children. Overalls and jackets. German knitting and fancy yarns. All kinds of notions, and a fine line of DAILY EDITION. WORK OF MISS. NO, 8tf House and Senate Diggin Business. Into THR o TO COT OFF ALL DEDATE They Haro Heard Iho Voice, tbo People. of B. Star Boots and Shoes. Call and save 15 to 25 per cent. T. BARNES 333 COMMERCIAL ST. .1 cur m ninnnirmfniTm nn mm Mimwm wi., LIME, And All CEMENT, BUTILDING SAND, Material. 95 STATE) ST, OPEMNG MAMMOTH STOCK OF HOLLIDflY GOODS, AND NOVELTIES, lAt Prices Never Before Heard of. Union Bargain Store. fel ffbe Willamette Ho LEADING HOTEL OP THE CITY. Reduced rutoa, patrons, Management liberal, Ilia buildi...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 December 1894

w HTIff. $ K T1IE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WJ4EKLY ) BY HOFER BROTHERS. TUESDAY, DEO. 4, 1894. LATE NBW3 ITEMS. DH. CHAPMAN. Prof. Chapman, president of tbo Ore goo Blate university, Is n guest of this city. He Is delivering a courpe of lec tures on BbaKespear's play, ns a part of the university extension pystem of spreading the rultiire of our great schools among the masefl of the peo ple. Dr. Chapman deserves great credit for his labors In this direction. It is a labor of love to prepare oneself to give even a moderately Interesting discourse on a literary subject before mixed au diences. It Is at best a thankless, un appreciated work and society owes e debt of gratitude to the one who under takes It. President Chapman is a young m; n who has devoted bis life to jiteraty culture. He is one of the few distinct Ively literary men Oregon can boast t f. He Is a student, a hard worker, a growing man, a man not afraid to pro pound original ideas, and to stale Ibtni in a forceful mann...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 December 1894

m rm-yaM HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS! Short Breath, Palpitation. Mr. G. W. McKlnscy, postmaster of L.okomo, Jnd., and a bravo cx-soldicr, says: "I had been severely troubled with heart disease ever since leaving the army at the close of the lato war. I was troubled with palpitation and shortness of breath. I could not sleep on my left side and had pain around my heart I became so ill that I was much alarmed, and for tunately my attention was called to Dr. Miles' Heart Cure I decided to try it. The first bottle made a decided improvement in my condition, and five bottles have com pletely cured me." O. W. McKINSEY, P. M., Kokomo. Ind. Dr. Miles' Tlenrt Curo Is sold on .1 posltlvo Ktiiiranieo tliutt lio first bottlo will benefit. All druggists sell It at $1, 0 bottles for $5, or it will bo sent, prepaid, on receipt of prico by tuo Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Cooper Shop, Cl'RITS STEWART buHODened uonchon north of Mizc's mill, in : Bouth Salem, where he is prepared to make ( and rep...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 December 1894

i tm"i i mm i ass -tf- )iiliTiViitTr tnifcagfniii ?'. niHUlflwria .. .fc""' .rTri-iiTtifey. JwiTiiatiyiiMLjviiij!ii a iAJiiA'fcSMa'tr.!;'MOiJi, THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKI.Y) BY HOFER BROTHERS, TUESDAY, DEC. 4, 1804. SPECIAL. 5 Paper Sale. Iti order to close out some of L Kurd's Stationery I will . make a reduction of 1r J 20 Per Cent. J X Uutll all is sold. 'v T P. S. DEARBORN, dP Bookseller and Stationer. & (0 JOB printing. PERSONALS. LmjIs Barln, of Portland, was iu town today. Governor Pennoyer has not relumed to the executive olllce yet. H. P. Keller, of the furniture fli in went to Portland tbia afternoon. Ex-Gov. 8. F. Uuadwlck waa a pas senger for Portland this moraiuj;. Frank Meredith is helping out the force at the state achool land office for a few days. J, C. Peebles, whose farm la Routli of the city, complains of dogn Killing bis sheep. Mrs. Henry Ankeny and duugbter leave this evening for their home at Jacksonville. J. C. Gondale, the Cohurg lumber man, i...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 December 1894

mrmmmmm v,-immm Iff tiff CENTS PER MONTH BY SIAIL. YOL. 7. C APIT A T , ImS i ( yttr m a t - COUNTY Oli'PIciAI PAPIER. DAILY EDITION. ma's n ciT SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, lb94. in. 1)0 Or I DAILY EDITION. OliUiAUAUMl Wo roll goods to Eet money to buy more goods, and the reople get the benefit Here Are Some of Our Specialties : iSB?aWhs??ttu for keep,ng- Currants, very low; get our price. Popcorn that will pop. Twin Brothers' mush-extra fine. V0USaat the be8t cofree In tnarket-we have It. A fine You nc Hyson tea for 40c a lb. Buckwheat Hour, guaranteed pure, way down. And maple syrup to go with It. Boiled cider in any quantity. i.AUntiHfarr,et'fl home made mince '"eat-No poor article, but niado of first Six &b SSote.0' 7 S Ck,' ft n ?ew , 5De,and y wbo knows howo tag It y awuy wilh the bolher of mak" POULTRY. Wo will supply a limited number of customers with dressed poultry every Saturday from our poultry yards. ve win aiso supply pure I rsd poultry for stock purposes...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 December 1894

-. i i. mwJ a.mn llillH.BU.U.HU -""j "f r"" sr- JL. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (UAILY AND WKKKI.Y ) BY HOPER BROTHJKR9, WEDNESDAY, DEO. 6, 1894. THAT ORKflONIAN SALK. The Portland "Bpeclul" la Saturday's JoURNAii has caused u commotion. An editorial appeals In both the Port land OreKonliin a,nd Salem HatesmaD, denying any Rain of the Orcgouian plant to an Eastern pyudlcate. The Information that the property had been sold was based on the state ment of a reputable attorney of Port land, made to rellable'partfes, und TilK Jouknal bad reason to believe there was some foundation to the repoit. There was no reflection intended in the publication. It Is not out of all reason that the property might be sold and no crime committed in so report ing. The Institution is valued at a million dollars. The people of Oregon are Interested in its existence and owiipi ship. As a colossal aggregation f capital is Involved, the people who paj to keep up the Institution, take md interest in the subject. The n...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 December 1894

r-H1 UUV. HULK'S IMAGE. (ironic Nervousness uld Not Sleep, Nervous Headaches. Jcntlemcn: I have been taking xr Restorative Nervlno for the past rco montns ana l cannot say ougli In Its praise. It has Saved fly Life, I had almost given up hope of er being wcu again, i was a ronlc sufferer from nervousness and mid not sleep. I was also troubled th nervous headache, and had tried etors In vain, until I used vour irvlne. Yours truly, K MIlS. M. WOOD, Rlncwood. 111. )r. Miles' Nervine Cures. Mllnn' Nnrvlnn la Rnlrt nn - nnfifMna irtintco that tlio first bottln will Sumaflt.. druggists sell It at gl, 0 bottles for S3, or in iiohl'ml, iircpuiu, an receipt or price fcho Dr. Miles' Medical Co.. Elkhart. Ind. toper Shop. C1RUS STEWART pencd up a shop north of Mtzt's mill. In h Milium, where he Is prepared to make vrojair nil Kinas 01 cooperngp, buch as m.uidr, Keen, uarrcis nnu cuurm. Only Boost seasoned. Block used. Prices reason. L500 REWARD OFFERED. ) underpinned nflcm S1SC0 reword lor thn...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 December 1894

xmpuni' ft !? THE CAPITAL JOIMAL. (DAILY AND WKEKI.YT BY HOKISR BROTHERS. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6. 1894. 4 SPECIAL. SPECIAL. Paper 5ale. ? In order to close out some of, Hurd's Stationery I will make a reduction of 20 Per Cent. Until all is sold. F. S. DEARBORN, Bookseller and Stationer. JOB TRINTING. EIVEK NEWS. The Hoag will be up tonight. Steamer Eugene will reacb Salem, ou her trip up the river, this evening. . Tho Modoc arrived from IVirtluud last evening and, after discharging her cargo, proceeded on to Corvallia. She returns this afternoon. The river is failing quite rapidly; the bar just above the city being visible again. This morning the river stood 3 feet 8 inches above low water mark. Steamer Aitona arrived in Salim yesterday afternoon bound for Corval Us. She returned at 7:15 this morning a d af er taking on her freight and ten pissengers proceeded on to Portland at 7:45 a. ra. The Willamette will soon hav an other boat plying upon its waters. The Gray Eagle, which bus been u...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 December 1894

A' & ss5 CENTS PER MONTH JJY MAIL. CAPITAL JOURNAL. COTJNTlr OFFICIAL JL'APjER. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 0, lb94. New Arrival -OF HOLUOAY TIEfEKMCB Discusses llio State of tlio Gor man Empire, TB 11 JJ SEE THE DISPLAY AT 1 UUVUOb BrasTA(; BUILDING DEDICATED. I RACKET E.T.BARNES 333 COMMERCIAL ST. SALEM 11FIIT CO.. LIME, And All CEMENT, BUIILDING SAND, Material. 95 STATE ST, OPENING MAMMOTH STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS, AND NOVELTIES, At Prices Never Before Heard of. Union Bargain Store. The Willamette Hotel. LEADING HOTEL OF THE CITY. Reduced rates. Management liberal. Kleclrlo caw leave liotol fnr.'all pub Jla bulldlnge and points of Intercut, Hpeclul rates will bo given to pernnuent patroiiu, A. L WAGNBK. Gc3BLAmr Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, JU1M Improved Uonds and JUwt J'rlcui, N. W. Cor. Stole end Liberty St., M,M QMM and Uwww fltvi imluv waie, all tin, and llliflla" Plow Point, I'Mll III)" Nlove mirax. J5nln...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 December 1894

II T' w'i W" J l'UH f iiim'l fn immaiiai'MiMiii" ' 1""" '! i m. R T1IE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKI.Y ) BY HOKER BROTHERS, THURSDAY, DEO. 0, 1894. TUETIDBOFIUMIURATIUN. Tho press of the state la ppeaklng qalto freely of the growing tide of im migration from tlie cast to Oregon. Tho forerunners of an army of several hundred thousand people are now ar riving on every trah. The hundreds of thousands undoubtedly are to come in the next two year. No ono can doubt that the population of the Wil lamette valley will double within live years and contain a round half mlllloD of people. The Journal speaks from pisltive knowledge when it says thousands of families in the Dkotas, Iowa, Minne sota, Nebraska, Illinois, Missouri and Kansas will come to Western Oregoi In tho next six months. Thcwe statta baye all been moreor lessoflilcted wit) drouth, short crops and intolerable suf fering from hot weather the past year. In some of them vast araas were liter ally burnt up by the beat and drouth...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 December 1894

I-p"T"WW jW ' i' j""' WnWRKRMmW$ Right Arm Paralyzed! Saved from St. Vitus Dance. "Our daughter, Blanche, now fir. teen years of aire, had hnnn toniM.. I afflicted with nervousness, and had lo&b uio uiibiru use or ner right arm l Wo feared St. Vitus dnnc nnrt tri,i I' the best physicians, with no benefit. one iiua liiKcn T,nree Dottles of Dr F TX)unds. Her nervoimneaqnnri onmn I toms of St. Vitus dance are entirely bj.i, o..w uuivuuo onuui reguiariy, and has recovered complete use of iiur arm, iiuruppcutc is splendid." MRS. E. K. BULLOCK, Brighton, N. Y. Dr. Miles' Nervine Cures. ut. nines-worvmo is sola on a positive i euarantoo that tho Drsthottlo will benefit All druggists sell It at l,o bottles for $5, or It will Ira Eont. prepaid, on rocclnt of price by tho Dr. Miles Medical Co , Elkhart. Ind. ICooper Shop. CTKUS STEWART . hniODened uoa Bhon north nf Mlzn'a mm in lUBontli Baletn, wlicrolie Is prepared to make , huu repmr hii kiiuis oi cooperage, such a' ! nails, tubs, bet's...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 December 1894

i mim&nAt T ts4msst0e see THE CAPITAL-JOURNAL (DAILY ANDWKEKLY) fc BY HOFBR BROTHERS. THURSDAY, DEO. 0, 1S9J. Story of the Bible. Harvard & Yale Football Geographical Games. Musical Letters. Literary Salad. Pegity. Migration. Chivalry. Tox. Barnum's Circus. Cats & Mice. Trip Trap. Besides, , Halma. Parchesi. Authors Blocks. Dissiected Maps. Cut up Animals Ect. l. P. S. DEARBORN, Bookseller.' PERSONALS. Deputy Sherift Cooper is at Gervais. J.B. Reed went to Portland this afternoon. ' Attorney W. 8. McFadden relumed to Corvallis today. Dr. E. B. Phllbrook was at Wood burn this morning. Tom Osburn returned this morning from a trip to Portland. Q. W. Hubbard, tho hop factor, was passenger for Eugene today. Wm. Hilleary, of Turner, secretary of the state grange, Is in the city. Wm. Brown, tho hop buyer, wont to Portland this morning on business. Fred Bynon, of tho Post, was a pas senger for Portland on the morning train. Wiloy B. Allen returned to Portland this morning, havin...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 December 1894

. jl N JH filial ,JSi-J - 15 OJMfas PJEIi MONTH BY MAIL. ITAL 1 JOURNAL. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. CAP TsWBBIBHWjssS JWeaP" VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1&94. w ic c mm mm mm CENT GBOffltT. We mil goods to get money to buy wore gcod. and the ruple jet the bei eflt DAILY EDITION. Here Are Some of Our Specialties : SSSSuff)Sa'h for ke6plDB- Currants, very low; get our price. Popcorn that will pop. Twin Brothers' mush extra fine. If you want the best coffee in market we have it. A Hue Young Hyson tea for 40c a lb. Buckwheat Hour, guaranteed pure, way down, And maple syrup to go with It. s . Boiled elder in any quantity. Aunt Harriet's home made mince meat No poor article, but made of first claps goods from our own stock, by a Now Eueland y v who ki,nm i.n t J Ml XI NO. 585 Memorial to Congress Regarding Germany's Prohibition. A RESULT OP OUR TARIFF LAWS. Texns Foyer, They Say, Is Only nu Excuse. mix the good things. ing it. You should try it and do away wi...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 December 1894

- " vrjr" -mw-r UaSi. 'Ur,;rn,.:Mn. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL (DAILY AND WKEKLY ) BY HOPER BROTHERS. FRIDAY, DEC. 7, 1694. THEY WANT TO COME. Bishop Dillon, of the U. B. church, tells a Journal writer tint he has miny inquiries miii hU EMtPrn friends, and he has thousand?, for In formation about Oregon. Several neighborhoods of United Brethren ate thinking of making up colonies to coma to tho land oi b!tslngs nud big rei apples. BUuop Dillon is .a man who has traveled and prea.ued in almost overy town aud county fnm the AtlautIcto the Missouri river, and Oregon could not have a moredesirab'e class of Immigration than Christian famtlieslof the United Brethren persua g'on. The success of the Oregon Land Co. in locating colonies of Friends in and about Salem ought to con Tince anyone of the great value of reli gious colonies. The bishop is tho right man to head the United Brethren, hIo wish to seek homes in the west, for ihe Willamette valley. Tub Joimnal hopes he will go ahead on this Hue, ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 December 1894

HEART DISEASE. "lutterine. No Appetite. CouM fe not Sleep, Wind on Stomach. "For a lontr timo I had .1 lorriMn pain at my heart, which fluttered al most incessantly. I had no appetite and could not slecn. I wnnlri h fcompelled to Bit up in bed and belch gas irom my stomach until I thought byery minute would be my last. I'liere was a icellng of oppression ibout my heart, and I was afraid to iraw a mil Dream, 1 could notswecn , room without resting. Mv htishnnfl Induced mo to try lr. Miles' Heart Cure Ind am happy to say it has cured me. E now Ii.tvc a splendid annctitn nnd Keep well. Its cflect was truly mar- rcious." , MBS. nARKY E. STARR, PottsvlIIe. Pa. IDr. Miles Heart Cure. It sold on a. posltlvo rtiaranteo that tho first, bnttln will i,nT,( Lll druggists soil it at tl, 0 bottles lor $5, or ,wiu uusuni, prcnaia, on receipt ol nrico Tuo ut. Allies Aiccucal uo . Elkhart. Ind. looper Shop. iRUS STEWART unoDcncd unftBhon north of Mlzi's mill. In outhBalom, whcioho Is prepared to mak...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 December 1894

TilE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WEEKLY.) BY HOFER BROTHERS. FRIDAY, DEC. 7, 1804. w m 0 Z Story of tho Bible. Harvard AYalo Football Geographical Games. Musical Letters. Literary Salad. Pegity. Migration. Chivalry. Tox. Barnum's Circus. Cats 6Mice. Trip Trap. Besides, Halma. Parchesi. Authors. Blodks. Dissiecled Maps. Cut up Animals Ect. F. S. DEARBORN, Bookseller. Football at Newberg. Tho Willamette football team will go to Newberg tomorrow to ploy the re turn game. An excursion will be given by the O. B. N, Co., the steamer Hong leaving their dock nt 7 a. m. From Indications the game will be played in the mud but a large delega tion of Salem enthusiasts will go down to cheer tho boys on. Round trip tickets will bo sold for $1 and can bo pur chased at tho dock or from members of tho team. Wifobeater Punished. W. H. Dawson was arraigned before Recorder Edes this morning on charge of wife-beating. Ho at first plead not guilty but whon the court subpoenaed the wife he wilted and char...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 December 1894

MUkgM 25 CENTS PER MONTH BY ISlAlL. CAPITAL J ( )'LTRN AL. UOTJNTT 1APER. VOL. 7. MACKINT You need them how. Seo their now line of E NEW .T.BARNES o 03 COMMERCIAL ST. LIME, And All CEMENT, BUTILDING 95 STATE ST. BE SURE AND Union Bargain AND SEE THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF fiOLLIDflY TOYS. DOLLS, FANCY GOODS, Minima rWf.nLtflri !iiinn-ln fact nresauts for tho old and young. In addition to tlio most complete holllday stock they have all Hues of staple i Hals, all at prices to suit the times. Njw lot of Snots to suit all Shoes 45o to OOo. Ladles' Shoes PQc. M. J. Cb Art ificia INSERTED i'$milL HooU and budly decayed tooth rccrowncd with oithor gold tr porcolnin. Nothing but firfit.qlaH3 work done. DR. nrUrn ovoi Grny Bros, The Willamette Hotel. uhamhq mrm ojr rw cm-. MSmtt"WW III) WJ imtrnn . SJ7Sr Hardware, Wagons, jjt hum . JLiJilfcJlMW1', RED FRONT t C. HANttKN, WMiii A idill Humily f H"' H! "u ' A ' U" VJJ by M. J.y, Wj-fc Mr M Talcft theOne Cent DAILY EDITION. OSHES ' !U1G WIND s ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 December 1894

- Tff't TBE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKKKIjY ) lfc BY HOKER BROTHERS, SATURDAY, DEC. 6 1894. i StaSJIK CHURCHES AND THE SALOONS. The attitude of churches toward sa- l j'idoba id a matter of public interest that J J is constantly forced upon the attention of communities during political cam' pitgna. Especially iu municipal pol- v . jtlcs docs this relation between rellgi- x oua societies and places where drinking .;.. is. carried on becimo strained. Etch exerts a political iuflueuco and in a r. measure each counterbalances the In , . iluence of the other. Often the pastors of churches engage in united crusade against the saloonkeepers. It is as sumed that this is a part of the minis . .jter's duty in his calling and perhaps It 4., ,18. But, after all, 2a much gained for good by such campaigns? There have . . beon a great many of them in the city of Salem. How much is the city or itp people improved thereby? IVrbapp, . .y.aooje, but it would not be easy to de- t, ,,,,termlne the ex...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 December 1894

'mWPNJFWP'' ' """ K 1 - TIRED, WEAK, NERVOUS, Gould Not Sleep. Prof. L. D. Edwards, of Preston. Idaho, says: s: "I was all run down run down, wcaic, nervous anu irritable tliroucli overwork. I suffered from brain Fa tigue, mental depression, etc. I be came SO Weak and nnrvnna Mm. T could not sleep, I would arise tired, Dr. Miles' Nervine and now everything is changed. I 1 """, rv;, " v- uwjjm, active R and ambitious. I can do more in nnn day now than I used to do in a week. For this great good I give Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine the solo credit. It Cures." dt. aiiios' noryino is sold on a positive nil uc J. W. SHAFFER, (Successor to Shatter A 0 ark), DFAIiKR IN l .. V , "" urai uurao win ucnoiit. AH drugglste soil It at $1,(1 bottles for to. or It will bo sopt, prepaid, on receipt of prico by tho Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. lad. I AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS VKHICLK9, WINDMILLS, POMPS AND KXTUAS. A full lino of Corvallls Hrgg'.es and Carts Aormotor Windmills and D, . Osborn's lm p...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 December 1894

mct-MwatatawawaaK: ;)..,.liiit.,-retgiajiij )fcto1iiiiiTr n -"frMrtinwi K'HHfiimMmwIiw" THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WiJSICIiY.) BY HOKSR BROTHBRS, SATURDAY, DEO. 8, 189'. Story of the Bible. Harvard &Yn.le Footbnll Geographical Guinea. Musical Letters. Literary Salad. , Pegity. Migration. Chivalry. Tox. Barnum's Circus. Cats & Mice. Trip Trap. . Besides, Halma. Parchesi. Authors. Blocks. Dissiected Maps. Cut up Animals Ect. F. S. DEARBORN, Bookseller. The Koons. Last night tho "Kom- leal Koons" cave the peoplo ot lnde pendence a ble treat. While the house was not very large on account of the storm tho audience made up for it in enthuRlaam. The sluglui; and "Bill PnliootnrH rnrrlpfl nft honors. The boyB made many friends and were made a flattering oiler to return and give another performance. A Fahm Sold. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. W. Davie and son J. K., and H. J. Singleton, of this city have disposed of their Interests In a 600-acro farm near Hubbard, this county, to E. Brlckell...

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