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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 29 May 1897

n-fr emorial Dalftav 31,1897. SOUVENIR SUPPLEMENT. - -flp- ''"" ' II mm mi ' vy,jT-,'Wwa;-c2z: -a1' n Iff B J H 1 ,ti ill Hfl flu Mil nif rafl ifliOT iniii-wSSala iuMAVa x. ....... .... . --iii?inii!inaMurar CILIUffl I InJ llliull N II 111 111 WHllllll IAJ, iUHllKUyi0Ca& l"iOlflJ jfllMMlM Are You Looking j j for strictly ohoice Teas and at the lovvp them lowjwt cost to you? You cart finil i at the Blue 3front Ir'JSn''5 Public Qood wm Grows Slowly, When once secured it is a treasure without price,' to be carefully guarded. The- -'" - flew lljovfe IRachet proposes to retain the good will and confidence of the community by continuing tq pfler the- best quality of goods obtainable at prices which "long time" j'pax when you can" merchants, cannot affard -to dupli cate, incif STARS STAE Line of shoe? Is gjying he best of satisfactioa. It 'combines style, fit uu ubi, jp rcasnacuj prices. Underwear, Hosiery. Shirts, C Hats, IscTcacjrurjetjr, Official program. , Exercises of the day cond...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 29 May 1897

A TOM STAMP. B? CArTAIN KBNKHTH OlI.MHi:. Copyright, 1W7, by tbe ABtbor.) . Wlien tho Army of Iho Potomac started on the Wlldernoss campaign hi the spring of 1864, thoro wns a liasty rally of watter ed commands, and men ot all ranks and stations who wen- ou furloughs, detached serviceand fhollko turned from their torn porary occupations or pastimes, as do bor der settlers in tinio of Indian idarm, and rushed to tho field of danger. I reached the Wlldtenoss battleground after an air line run to WashlnKton nml a forced march across Virginia, and tlwl, too, without an ounce of personal hnggng without mon ey', with nothing but a soldier' regulation equipment and a pcribblcr's inevitable portfolio. I was a veteran campaigner, and after that fight the myriad dead whose dumb, cold forms would never again utter lave message reminded me that the dear. snen left behind im would anxiously await tiding by every northern mall A volun teer soon learned that patriot fire must be fedbydear Jiomotin...

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 May 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. 9, SALEM, OREGON,MONDAY MAY 31, S5!7. NO, U ONE PRICE I SFOT CASH AKID SMALL PROFITS ENABLJB THE To undersell K r K kjHV UgwMBK.'jia!r , BTrjay Wear well, lit well and tare made in the latest styles. We have a large assortment of best spring and summer styles In men's toys' and children's I I El v. tS Hosiery and underwear and Ladies and gents furnishing goods, E.T.BRNES, J-Tk A NED3 Gall around and we will show you some thing "nobby" at a price that defies compe tition. We are here to sell goods, not to .stackjkthem'away on the shelves to look at, "'Quick sales and small profits" is our motto, "We are preparcdjjtoflgive you better returns for your cash than any place in the city, Don't'forget to call at ' -:o:- G. W. JOHNSON & CO. 120 State street, STEEVENS' FRUIT DRYER ! PATENT Fruit growers are invited to investigate before '.buying or building a drier. My,lolaim are; i. Unlimited capacity. 2. Cheapness of constructior, J Rapid jioduction. 4. Easy ...

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 May 1897

tfc ! 1 tt a . tm i ItVfl 7 J m ll M, Daily Capital Journal, I thbxaskei. ! CORED 4LraRS- !fi ; 9MOU. Y NV CU,Dvt-r 1 Cr- Ke- Heart CMCiiKWfiiij i I Km I tTi jivD MARKET. 1 r-iu..ut4Bfaotr5ick :. I , ! BY HOKBR BROTHERS. Oa the Webfoot Politicians. fOwttoMtf fr 11(34 . . inrtei Brraa WaUM fa J, or t:toa at Uw oterttoa of OIS, 4I1 te rfi?ibieuiBrtiwibfpettMia depaet Cwwaeat wi People Anat Ktate Treassrer Major irfcea Matw&es U$ e wanly PORTLAND KARKET. VbfceU raHey, J MONDAY. MAY l, 1W7- tnoie at tfcesswe U, defsad blmnAt by saylaz "ywo're aooUMrr." By as aByws article In toe SUteswaa he wrid JosUfy U ap pof ntfseat. of M laoroa toap34 tioiataMate IcuttloUofl by falsely accosloif Tne Jockkai. em, who Is a private citfzaa,of baring hi fawily oa the payrolk. Major I loggkla not a latter day political aalot. He tekwigs to a pat gerieratiofl of stale bouse grafter?, wort of wbow bare retired from wsles wllh tfMrfr III gotgaios. But It 4eMM Uat Htggklii ihs Hoc gingon fororor. Major I...

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 May 1897

". Hood's Stimulato the stomach, m rouse the liver, cure bilious- M-M II g ncss, headache, dizziness, B III ifc our atomach, constipation, r etc Price 25 cents. Bold by til drurcrlnfj. The opIt 1111' to talce with llood'a 8anaparll la. Investigating Commission, Sends Important Dispatches by My sterious Messenger Havana. May 31. Tbc coramlsion conducting the Inquiry into the cir cumstances surrounding the death of Dr. Ruiz closed its labors Satuidny. A-mysterious messenger from Wash ington came from Tampa ou the steamer Mascottc, but did not land. Mr. Fl&hback, secretary of the coin mision, accompanied by General Fee's son, went on board the steamer before shesailedand heldabrief consultation Willi the stranger, and it is supposed that they delivered to him the report of 1 lie commission and other highly important dispatches from Consul General Lee and Mr. Calhoun, to be conveyed to the state department at Washington. The messenger was re gistered on the Mascotte's inward pas sen...

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 May 1897

ffl r Daily Capita! Journal.! BV HOKBR BROTHERS, j Just a Few Left A Few Only Of These MONDAY, MAY 31, 1867 lO.C.T Co'sl ) Rut Pxuenger Steamer 'ALTONA' Leares for Portland Moodar. Wednesday, and Friday at 745 am..... Quick time, regn'ar tetrice and vn rate. Dock between Suu aitd Court streets. M. P. BALDWIN Agent. Salem isgg8 rlMORIA L DAT j5cr Jaconette Lawns, x Mr n&i ! ,.r ,,c )t !WU hjci wv J o " 1 lbm, and when the are gone I they are all goM, fur w& oBage&l w. .mam (ai tu tJilntr fnr vmr! MFW MTV. C WBW mwWV V. .. .-,. JW summer wrappers. w DIG SLASH IX W have Jot received son ew tyle in White Lines Caffs, Linen Belts, Lwltor IMts, Tie, etc, etc. T. HOLVERSON'S. fmrniMMd br Mrs. W II. Osborn and ' th Mfa Kr Tmr 7L M. rarvio. The ! addrws tor Rev. Denton was a patrl 'ml om and inspired the auditors with a more fervent devotion to the Fittingly Observed at Salem, j1"" -- TODAY'S PBOCBSDEfOS. TwJay opmed with the sky covered with light fleeting clouds threatening rai...

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 June 1897

a DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL VOIj. 9. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 1. 18J)T. . , M w j Sale is now on and big cuts made on J ? Oxford Ties this week at SI P i o 1 ft fin j 275 Commercial Street, Salem, Or, cm G NOTUt The Outrages by Spaniards, Italian Nobleman Now nicado. Incommu- GO TO THE FOR 9 SHOES e o TINWARE, - Graniteware - SUSPENDERS, HOSIBRYT GLOVES; TOWELS Table Linens ! overalls, shirts, underwear, A fine line of win' dow shades, oil cloth, notions of all kinds, at lowest paices for sp.tt cash, Call and be convinced, OOQBN P. DABNEY PROPRIETOR, 274 Commercial st, E. F. PARKHUIRST, Reliable Farm Machinery, Wagons, Buggies and supplies, 254 Commercial street, opposite Capital National bank, ''Buckeye," and 'Mitchell buggies, "Osborne" binders and mowers. All kinds of latest farm machine. UAvana, June 1. Among the for eigners here is the nephew of a Ro man cardinal and the son of an Italian general of note. He was a lieutenant on his father's stall and after his de parture from A...

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 June 1897

Daily Capital Journal BVHOKBROTKHR, , TUESDAY, JUNE lf 18". Tbe AJbany naloo connce o m Mirer iorcesieeian.r --.. Tnoe Republicans who sincerely roted for McKinly.belieTing Senator Mitchell that tbe HepuWicm party wanta bimetallism, are still eara- wtlyHopIng that iounni tbat iDtermtl'tna! bl -rrr""..,:: oppcwiUOawineBU'uu.u-.u.,:: i lil.t!, r tinned Will be hoped will JlllMI..u.."" --- present an united front at Albany. The newspapers says there is no doubt of DarrantM guilt. He was convicted on circumstantial evidence and not on direct evidence that be committed the crime. There If no question but that two girls were mur dered in tbe church. There Is no question but that some one should hang. The newspapers, police and the court and Jury agreed it should be Durrant. And there Is no question but Durrant will be bung. Memorial Day was a grand success at Salem. All day long people streamed tt the cemeteries to deco rate tbe graves of the dead. It la be coming a valuable civil holiday...

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 June 1897

$&? r"r JWrT-nw.pr n ip-bw '"-' 'jit'FTr Merit Made and Merit Maintains thoconfldcnco of the people in Hood's Sareaparilla. I f a medicine cures you when sick 5 if it makes wonderful curoa every where, then beyond U question that medicine possesses merit. Made That Is Just the truth about Hood's Sar saparllla. Wo know it possesses merit because it cures, not onco or twice or a hundred times, but in thousands and thousands of cases. Wo know it cures, absolutely, permanently, when all others fall to do any good whatever. Wo repeat Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best In fact too One True Stood Purifier. Hood's Pills SEE? ESS0 STATE NEWS Ilnyinfe will commence tills week In ClackamuR county. Mrs. M. A. Funke, of Florence, Lane county, died from a stroke of paraylsls. From 0,000 to 15,000 head of cattle will be shipped from Ileppncr during the month of Juue. John L. Hatcher, pioneer citizen of Albany, died Saturday morning, at the advanced age of 80. Miss Schenck, of Junction City, was p...

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 June 1897

fctMW . - Daily Capital Journal BY HOPBR BROTHERS. TUESDAY, JL'XE 1, 167. O.C.T.Co's Fxt Pxesger Steamtr 'ALTON A' Learet of PortfanJ Moofay. Wedfieljy, x& YnAj al 7 '45 (Sk tide regs'ar erriee d 1 ntti. Dock betirees Sac aJ Ceut street. M. P. BALDWIN. bSl AcaX- Salem BIG SLASH IX Gapee In order tc cke -out all oo spring and summer capes we liOTe cut the price Dearly lif two. A Dtee line left, to coste early I2 beauties cut in 53. tJ values cut to S3. 8rt.0Iln;goatl ?J leader down to ti. "TM U the bet opportunity - of the Msasoa to secure a genuine bargain J, J, Dalrymple Co, OREGON PEKSOHALS. J. A. Van Eaton wain Portland to day. Manager F. It. Anson was In Port land today. E. E. McKlnncy, the grain buyer, wa In Portland today. Secretary or Slate II. It. Klncald re turned today rrorn Eugene. M. II. Cralk left today via O. It. fc N. steamer, for Rowland, B. C. II. G. Kundret left via O. It. & N. steamer this morning for Spokane. Col. J. B. Eddy, of the Roseburg Plajndcalcr, ...

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. — 2 June 1897

WfS) nMmu&Mvwwm ' t yauMMnwHiM CAPITAL JOURNAL. IPs VOL, 9, SALEM, OREGON WJSDiNJSSDAY JUNE 2, 181)1. NO, 142 aVfirwr" LxllJ J. ONE PRICE I SPOT CASH AND SMALL PROFITS ENABLE THE To undersell r m f ftfwfr'fviVWwIflii iifc A rinfiw f i f Wear well, lit well and Jure made In tho latest styles. We have a large assortment of best spring and suuitucr styles in men's toys' and children's i L J W Mf ft, rtlF Hosiery and underwear and Ladies and gents furnishing goods. E.T.BARNES. M WWHilH ifnfpffn Kgwaami mm m Tfwnr f in r m-,omM,3fc3'yVTa.Si A NEUQ i Gall around and ."we will show you somex tiling "nobby" at a price that defies compe tition. We are here to sell goods, not to stackfthem away on the shelves to look at. "Quick sales and small profits" is our motto, We are prepare dtoggivc you better returns for your cash than Jany place in the city. Don'tforget to call at -:o:- G. W. JOHNSON & CO, 120 State STEEVENS' FRUIT PATENT Fruit powers are invited to investigate before '.buyin...

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. — 2 June 1897

i iitll Daily Capital Journal, BY HOKBR BROTHERS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1897. The city council lins taken a proper attitude toward the counties In tlie matter of rcpurlntf the bltf brldirr. The two counties and city together arc to advertise for bids on the work, cost of which is not to exceed $2200, and "the city assuming onc-thlrd of such repairs, without prejudice to Itlicroftne parties respecting tl.o ownership or further liability for re pairs on such bridge." This Is proceeding In an orderly manner, and against which there can bo no serious objection. This Is a repudiation of Mayor Richardson's manifestation of one-man power ascx presscd when ho said to the city meet ing, "We have a man iwlio wlll.do tl c Job for that price.'1 Public business must he published in a public way. Feathering the nests or private Individuals must be stopped. The people want to know by what author ity public work Is ordered, and after It Is ordered there should be a com plete public accounting. The wor...

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. — 2 June 1897

11 ujMiiWTffyj)wpya)ByTyti!ilij'wRjtgi'yTtyyi'" r " fl7tytfTTftr"y'TVWCa W i-tniiiiitrinrj. WHQtOMilM il'IMMttlw vyKr.tf,1ifeajfVfariui , Hood HATS .CX2? EAST AND SOUTH (Northern Pacific -TC Should bo In every family d.ii VIA mcillclno chest and every Tlin Mou TarifF I pmQfl tin l"l- . Invaluable whrntlie stomach B B ? . . . . irii.cni'r a irnn. i npv nrn h ih h m is listener's crip. They are On the Webfoot Politicians. HH SHflS A KM r- "n M ""- w,nr v..- Railway. Ill""' O li out of order; cure heatliclie. W Ulousncss. and g in 1 1 -fcf if ffft -- CONGRESSIONAL f A Jerry Washington, June 2. The sen ate made progress on the tariff bill, advancing to the important metal schedule During the day the. para graphs covering marble and stone, china, glass, brick and tiles were completed, with a few minor excep tions. Messrs. Vest and Jones, of Arkansas, in behalf of the minority of the linance committee, proposed numerous amendments, which were defented by majorities of eight to fourteen. 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. — 2 June 1897

Daily Capital Journal fly YIOVB,- BROTHERS, WEDNESDAY, JUKE 2, 187. t9k r-v -V T- i'', ? i i i ; i l. u a w I M4t X " " " FK Pa2T Stealer 'ALTONA' tuxrn tot VvsfaaA fcft4T. ssi -- --r? 3 m. DoekbtHreea ii a Omstreew. ...... M. P. BALDWIN. Asent S&em m&mi&&&g New Ribbons. A frt! awrtwsni of Bestilk, U. mofre, taffeta awl cMSoa Krt shades- New Belts, Jt received a rw .line of wWl KM a&d Leather Belt. New Novelty Veiling, W 2wkv the late arrlTafes. 1 Incuts wWe. Prices 25 Ui SO ee- New Oxblood Hosiery Fr Lidlesand children, 2ft ti centra pair. J, J, Dalrymple Co, New Goods. Ktraw hat c 6c 1t, 13 18c. Dress bat In .straw for toys lc, 23c, 37e. Flat for men 43, 47 and flO cents. iekeH ValKws, Percale stolrts, working iirfc. Moderslrirts. sor, ties, etc. Alll mUl at racket prices. Pull line of Milk pans all sz In granite nd tin, strainer, Hotter mould, skimmers, milk palls etc. Krerythlng sold on the racket basis for gpot cash. Crescent Wheels, When you want to fin...

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. — 3 June 1897

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. 9. SALEM, OEEGON, THURSDAY JU2sTJD , I8T. NO. 145 vp.'5 c.rFs:n tscvf Jjfi& ij&C&'r I Sale is now on and Oxford Ties 275 Commercial MIX GO TO lllVf APfl A iUilUI U Krausse FOR SHOES TINWARE, - Graniteware - SUSPENDERS, HOSIBRYT GLOVES; TOWELS Table Linens ! overalls, shifts, underwear, A fine line of win' dow shades, oil cloth, notions of all kinds, at lowest paices for spM cash. Call and be convinced, OffiBN P. DABNBY PROPRIETOR. 274 Commercial st. B. P. PARKHURST, Reliable Farm Machinery, Wagons, Buggies and supplies, 254 Commercial street, opposite Capital Nationul bank. 4,15uckeyo," and Mitchell buggies, "Osborne" binders and mowers. All kinds of latest arm machinery. yX -&-- big cuts made on $$ this week at j Street, Salem, Or, THE 9 TBS CONGRESSIONAL The Tariff Bill Progressing Numerous Amendments Embody ing the Wilson Rate, Washington, June 3. The senate made greater progress on the tariff bill than on any day since the debate opene...

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. — 3 June 1897

I I tiutntt. (Continued from flt pegej .......Da innRnss. WWIMWWV. a exteemek: Yon bate assembled i.i,. inf,il in a cow- .,. . ,, or rou with ore or i i.i i ., r.HoAln(&s and fir lees yiuv i --- achieraonuof yoor respective part- iM ,n c fn Hie rart you bate ....... J ... I. Int. rvi! TOO . . innt.1 hee to denounce those principles or eren to renoooee your party allegiance, bat the cor - dltlons that preTallln our state aad nation requires the tuoajJhUal and ..-ii.. n,. r thp nonrife. V.'aM- Injfton the father of our coaatry warned his people against the darner of party splrlU When arrogant, corrupt awl eelfih factions get Into I He party saddle Indoncndent action Is a patriotic duty. When the sUve power got Into the saddle of the grand old party of Jefferson, tlrat vrje statesman gloom Jly Mid: 1 tremble for my country hIico I remember that God Is Jnst." Ills f-ifbodlngs ere eH-f winded for llwt power rode tbc party into a toe night of defeat and the cooalry Into allulc rstelll...

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. — 3 June 1897

.......mmmiL! .)i i Til Will Make Another Trial- Durrants Attorneys Fighting Hard to Saye His Neck. San Francisco, Cal., June 3. Des pite the fact that Ills .-petition for a writ of habeas corpus In tlie United States district court bad been denied by Jud(,'c Hawlcy, and tbat Judge Gilbert denied a similar petition on behalf of Durrant, the attorney for Salter D. Woidcu will attempt to se cure such a writ in ihc circuit court and will also apply for leave to appear in the circuit court of appeals and to the supremo court of the United States. WRIT REFUSED. Murderer Durrani's first effort to Kain a respite by appealing to the fed eral courts has failed, United States Circuit Judge Gllbcrtliavinc refused to secure a writ of habeas corpus, for which his attorney applied. Notice of intention to appeal to the United States huprcinc court va3 filed and the application for leave to appeal will bo made formally. This, however, may be refused as in the Butler' case, al though Durrani's attor...

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. — 3 June 1897

LI1 Daily Capital Journal.1 Summer Blazer Suits BY HOPBR BROTHER8, THURSDAY, Jl"SK 3, l&l. cos Fit PiMesjw Sicigxr C.T O. 'ALTONA' Leare for Pertkad Hae-Uy. Wedtir, aai fnifa it 7 '45 xm...... ... Xwek tie. reg'r iwritt w V tutu Dock txtwtat btate CosrtJtrtett. M- P. BALDWIN. Azetrt. Salna 1 IT kse j netted a wsy lnfe)hKrf Skier 9rtt ta CUob Linea Homespuns. Fancy Union Mixtures. Figured Linens, etc etc. guttata, imexpemtve. Jt tbe tfcfr for omtlmt or w. ,s? . We bare ao J ijs extra pmds Ifaeof V7t' (- yLJj2-isSJt New Ribbons, A full aortweot of liestrilV, ratio. moire, taffeta, and chiffon Itlbboa? fjovr open. Wide taffeta gash MMxnws I all shade. New Belts, Just received a new -lfe of wlHt Kid and Leather Bells. New Novelty Veiling, Was aruoDZ the late arriral, Is Inches wide. Prices 25 to W eeat. New Oxblood Hosiery F.ir Lidie and children, 20 fj 30 cents a pair. J, J, Dalrymple Co, rale$ia table's aad eWMrea' Oxblood hose T, HOLVERSON'S, OREGON PEKSOMALS. Rev.J no. Parsons I...

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. — 4 June 1897

v iwmm?fPrp'' " DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. 9. SALEM, OREGON VllEDAY. .TUNE 4, 1S17. NO, 144 ONE PRICE I SPOT CASH AND SMALL FROFTTS ENABLE THE New York mm To undersell 5 Wear well, fit well and Cure made In tlic latest styles. Wo have a large assortment of best, spring and suminer styles in men's boys' and children's ra Hosiery and underwear and Ladies and gents furnishing goods, E.T.BARNES. JUST A NEDQ IGLOTHlill Gall around and we will show you some tiling "nobby" at a price that defies compe tition, We are here to sell goods, not to stackjthem away on the shelves to look at, "Quick sales and small profits" is our motto, We are prepared toggive you better returns for your cash than Jany place in the city, Don'tforget to call at -:o:- G. W. JOHNSON & CO, 120 State STEEVENS' FRUIT DRYER ! PATENT Fruit'growers are invited to investigate beforebuying or building a drier. My,claim are: i. Unlimited capacity. 2, Cheapness of constructor, Rapid production. 4. Easy cheapness and simp...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 4 June 1897

'r Daily Capital Journa BV HOKKR BROTHERS, FttlDAY, JUNE 4, 187. TIjp Union conference at Albany Ins resulted In the fonaatlon of tew p flftfcal part In Oregon. Readlrjj o rer Hie name of the delegates sIkihb that Iprorolnent Republicans, Demo crate and 1'eopleV Part were partici pants. The proceeding wore busi nesslike and ne excitable or rl&lent upeecljes made, no buncombe resolo ttons thrown out. The men compet ing the contention were the best type of areMlre Intel Igent, patriotic American manhood. The partisan offlce-seeklnz type was consptenous by ltd absence. Not a pollclcal Jo or party manager put In axpcaTzote at the birth of the new Union party. It was not lobe expected that the Democrat, the Pctrle. or the Amer lean Bimetallic parties would faror a Union of force and voluntarily aban don their respective part organiza tions. Tlicre had to be affirmative action fr Union by nie new and ouUidc organization as a preliminary f:p towards eon-tfilidatloo of the sli ver pirli...

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