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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 16 March 1896

'"W BAILY CAPITAL q- . tSf- -. A i ASSOCIATED-. PlESS 1DA.ILY. 1 -nr.K ' . 1JIK . tJj. 8. pijfsw SAUKM, OttfcGrOST, JAOAT-prAHOH 16, I8. Tyj ! .. . t.w iMrjt!fc-riMuiKtti.ataL..3imJja. "HELLO!" l rfl M IT TSk. NS "275 Commercial st How is it that you are now getting in so manynice goods in -I 4.1 AM i tso nard times s 'Why my dear sir, we jare. selling tern every day and the trade have long Lee learned that anything neat and new f the shoe line can be found at VRAUSSB Bros -rpz mm m J-f 4 J "" '4 I f T m K IN o 1 rouble to allow rou lhrougnana vjivc r rices. x. ailwafe, TinWare, Barbed Wire Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machinery at RAY BROS ptmmc ,or jlpfrgc and -complete stock. Always prompt and courteous treatment. OLLEGE OF MUSIC of tbrWtllamete Onivefsify. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT- tfodern methods. Up liTdalc. Same a In the eaitetn and hurnptan Conervatoriei ne but llie best is coodVnoucli fufbeelnnc-n as well at lor more sitvaneeu pupils. ,r , "' C. HAWLEY. I'rcsldcnt It. A HKKI...

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. — 16 March 1896

p hil tl If vou want sunt relief for JHSVSj HC an las ICthe' Jck, tWe, cjietn1jr Porous Plaster BKAR in Mind Not one of the host of counterfeits and irhlta- tions is as good aa the genuine. Allcock's Daily Capital Journal BY HOFKK BROTH ISRS, MONDAY, MAHCII 10, 1800. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIt SCHOOL SUPEUINTENDKNT. The undersigned hereby announces himself ns n candidate for the olllcu of county school superintendent, subject to the nctlon of the Itcpiihllcnti county convention. II. II. Smith. von A8SBBUOK. 1 hereby nnnounco myself ns n candhlnto for the ohicc of COUNTY ASStfSSOIl subject to the will or the county Republican convention. d-v .1. A. VAN EATON. FOIt nnPHKBlISTATIVE. I hnvo consented to have my nninc borne before the Itcpubllciui county convention for representative. E. W. Chapman. THE MARION DEMOCRATS. Marlon county Democrats nssembled In very respectable numbers ns a county convention last Saturday at Salem. They were ns intelligent and orderly political assemblage as one wo...

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. — 16 March 1896

"3TT"""'r"' crofula infests tlio blood or humanity. It ippcars In varied forma, but is forced o yioiu to nootiB earsaparwa, -which uirlrtca nnd vitalizes the blood and urcs all such diseases. Head this: )' In Soptember, 1894, 1 made a misstep and gjured my ankle, very soon afterwards, A Sore to inches across formed nnd in walking i favor it I sprained my ankle. The sore ccamo worse; I could not put my boot i and I thought I should have to give up every step. I could not get any relief ad had to atop work. I read of a euro of similar caso by Hood's Barsaparllla and included to try it. Before I had taken II of two bottles the sore had healed and be swelling bad gono down. My Foot I now well and I hare been greatly bene Itod otherwise I have Increased in fclght and am in better health. I cannot ky enough in pralao of Hood's Barsapa Itln." Mrs. H. Slash, So. Berwick, Me. This and other similar cures prove that ood's Sarsaparilla i the One Trim Wood Purifier. All drugglsK $1. k-tp.irtil ...

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. — 16 March 1896

lV5 KU W Daily Capital Journal. -- BY HOKlCU E1IMTHEKS MONDAY, M AHCH 10, 1800. ' A03-VsBir?9 STEAMERS. Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAltX St.NIMY. I Portland, 6:45 m- 9 m Salem, 7M5 . m. 10115 .m. Independence, Oijo a. in. owo a m. G?"Freight received up lo lo p. m.I Quick time, regular service and cheap i ....rntei ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. sffw'rH'jr ft'ik'zi PERSONAL. Dr. II. R. Hulincfl returned to Port land today. Clins LcmUoko of Huttovllle was In town today. Senator Ocsncr went north on the morning train. P. S. Dearborn wns (t rorimnu visitor Sunday. John McOuno of Stnyton precinct wns In town today. D. II. Looney came down from Jef ferson this afternoon. It. Held, of Lincoln, win In the city today, en route to Marlon. J. M. Lawrence, tho grocer, was a Olioniawa vtaltor Kunduy morning. J. W. Vogcl, tho occullst, loft tli lit morning for tho Santlam country. Private Secretary W. 8. Dunnlway returned from Portland this morning. J. O. Uozorth.of tho firm of Uuzortli IlrtM. we...

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. — 17 March 1896

.- ttMLY 1 APIT AL " i qpT)wr 4. whit M V I'M 9 V ASSOCIATED 5RESS DAILY, ifi,. TfpT 8. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAHCH 17, 189. NO. 4 ri'" ?Ml Lk H ( r I H ,1 sH J1 !' 'M1,!! m-r m, m - jr ..X -v-BL. MJ. . fA m H New York Racket Is always in the lead in styles as well as in prices About a year ago there was a general advance in ? rices on all lines ot heavy shoes 1 he INcw . ork Racket was the last to advance their prices, Now that the prices have declined, especially on heavy shoes, they are the first to reduce their prices. Our customers will find all lines of heavy work shoes down to about the prices that prevailed before the advance. Our line of men's, CLOTHING... is full and fresh from Chicago, We can fit any one from a 3ycarvold to a No. 46. Prices very low. We add no profit on account of bad ao counts, as we have none. Goods of all kinds arriving every few days direct from New York. Our Fedora Hats are the latest instyle and prices the lowest. Don't fail to call, as c will sav...

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. — 17 March 1896

: :am -n-V. UTiaanacaiBi'-'if 3sx&-3Mxx&?r ' j rt.WV 'jr 'W fm "nn-.i.m.m.mi u- fc! f J MJ 4 ; 5' k I " I- Daily Capital Journal TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1800. BY HOKKIt BROTKBRS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIt SCHOOL SUMUHNTENDENT. The undonilKncil hereby ininuitnoes lilniMiir us n cimillcliitc for tlio otilceof comity pcliool superintendent, wibject to the nctlon of tlio llcpubllcmi county convent Ion. II. II. Smith. von assessor. 1 hereby announce niyuelf as a . candidate for the olllco of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will of the county Republican convention. Vv J.A.VAyEATON. von kei'uwkntativk; 1 Imvo consented U have my name borne before the Republican county convention for representative. E. W. Chapman. John II. Mitchell, Republican and all citizens who aro opposed to the domination of the old lYrtlnnd rliif? In our Rtate affairs should turn out to the Republican primaries In. Marlon county next Prklny, March 20. See to It that delegates arc elected to the county convention March 2t ...

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. — 17 March 1896

' - Minn Sour 'Sw Campaign Figures ernntiieh. sometimes called irntprlimnVi. Liwl lmfnintr mtn. distress, nnurnn dyspepsia, nro cured by Hood's Sarsa tnrilln. This it accomplishes because lti Us wonderful nnwir na a titnml luriflcr, llood's Sawaparilla gently mioa nnn RirciinrnnriR innarnmnnii nmi iigestlvo organs, invigorates the liver, I ifiin-o uii ujuuiu, givua ruuesiiing ilnnlv mid ralROfl thfi lipnltli mm ! B-nscs of dyspopsia and indigestion it tppmn to have "n mstrlc tniinli.' h "For over 12 years I suffered from Bour If A . 1 K rTB lIXIIlirIt:fl 1,1th Bcvcro pains across my shoulder?, tml great distress. I had violent nanseri ' lilnh would leave mo vorv treak imim Int. difficult to get my breath. Theso PDclls camo ottencr and raoro severe. J Mid not rccclvo any laetlng benefit fro.n ip lyslclans, but found such happy cffccM from a trial ot Hood's Barsaparllla, that I t.iolc several bottles and mean to always k: -op it in tho house. I am now able to i all my own worK, wmcu l...

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. — 17 March 1896

ww$$0rimmt -"n ? i Daily Capital Journal BY HOKSR DROTHKR3 THKSPAY, MARQII 17, IBM. STEAMERS Altona and Jfomona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland, 6:45 a. m. 9:00 a. m. Salem, 7145 a. m. 10:15 Independence, O130 a. m. ow a.m. I K?f relght received up to to p. m.oEI I Quick time, regular service and cheap ....roici ... M. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. PERSONAL. F. It. Anson loft today for Spokane, Wash. S. II. Brow.n, of OcrvulR, was in tlic city today. J. C. Goodttlo returned U) Coburg tli la morning. T. L. Golden was n passenger to Turner today. Collector of Customs Mack wan in tlio city today. A. A. lltirton returned Inst evening from Portland. Warren W. Corby, of Woodburn, wns In the city today. Ilov. II. L. Uarkley canio up from Woodburn this morn lug. J. B. Putnam was a passenger to Portland tills afternoon. Attornoy-Genernl C. M. Idloman canio up from rortlnnd last night. Btato Land Agent Davenport re turned from Oregon City last ovcnlng. Col. Robt. Thompson returned to Portland on th...

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. — 18 March 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ? ,' ASSOCIATED PRTSS DAILY. il ." Jt a J.TST f A. VOIi. 8. SALEM, OKEGON, -WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 18. .NO.HT ,n J25 yji i these hard times ?" "Why, my dear hem every day and fcince learned that anything neat and new the shoe line can be VD No Trouble to Show You Kraxjsse ardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machinery at RAY Examine our large and complete courteous OLLEGE OF MUSIC of fbejrfillantefle flmversity. UNDER NEW 15 Modern methods. Up lo date. Same as in the eastern ami European Conservatories None but the beM cowl enough lor beginners mt well ns for more advanced pupils, h W. C. IIAWLEV. President J. 0. GOO DALE SGoodale Ltintber Company OF SALEM FYard on Twelfth i, Kcep-tlio-inostcoinploto.stockof common, dimension nnd'Hnlsliedlumbcr in the city, nnd-scll on the most favorable terms. LatlrTand Shingles w uur stocic js tnaue nt our own nuns, P- ... .. C. G. SCHRAMM, Manager. he Willamette Hotel LEADING HOTEL Rnlni-H ntM. Manaee...

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. — 18 March 1896

T'jjrw pf- IN uirn'M i Mi ?l ii, '5 If you want a wire IliaM, uh an relief W puWta the bkfc, elite, ct, Is I t Porous AiiCOCK 8 Plaster BEAR IN MlND-Not one of the host of counterfeit and Imita tions Is as good as me BenuiuB. Daily Capital Journal BY HOIfB BROTH H5R3 WEDNESDAY, MARCH IB, 1800. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOK SCHOOL SUI'BMNTKNDKNT. The undersigned hereby announces lilmHeir as a enndidnto for tho oUlcoof county school superintendent, subject to the action of tho Republican county convention. II. II. Smith. tou ASSESSOIl. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for tho ollico.of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will of the county Republican convention. ,.w J. A. VAK EATON. FOIl ItKl'HBSENTATIVK. I lmvo cotibentcd to havo my naino borno before the Republican county convention for representative. E. W. Chapman. VALLEY IiOCAL NKW3. . QUIT DRIFTING. , macleay. Boprcseiilatlvo Guild, In hla Sherl Lovely weather and tho farmers arc dun Sun, says: all busy putting In crop3. John II. Mitchel...

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. — 18 March 1896

rll. May are most emphatically tho Inths (or taking a eood blood nurlflcr. Kauso tho system Is now most In need uoh a medicine, and because it more kckly responds to medicinal qualities, klntor impurities do not pass out of the ly freely, but accumulate in the blood. April i best medlcino to purify, enrich and Blizo tho blood, and thus give strength 1 build up the system, la Hood's Sarsa rllla. Thousands tako it as their Spring Sicino, ana mora aro laicing u today 1 ever boioro. 11 you are tired, " out of May is," nervous, have bad taste in the rnlng, aching or dizzy head, sour xiach and foci all run down, a course lood'sSarsaparlllawlll put yourwhojo ly in good order and mako you strong , vigorous. It is tho ideal Bpring licine and true ncrro tonic, because 'Softie Campaign Figures Pop Democrats and Poptolisls to Struggle With. f t ;, Republicans Paste Them in Your Hats and Pull Them, Custo'ms revenue. Excess of revenue over expenditure Excess of expenditure over revenue. oods Sars...

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. — 18 March 1896

yrjni'imp!,ipjfiBm ? " mm 'M w. . (J Lii i .' '' Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKBR BROTHERS WEDNESDAY, MAllOII J8, 1890, STEAMERS iAltona and Ramona LEAVE- DAILY. Portland, Gi45 " m' Salem, 7145 a. m. Independence, 6:30 a. m. SUNDAY, g.oo a. m. I0!IS a.m. 6:00 a 111. J EjrFrclgfit received up to 10 m.El Quick time, regular service and cheap ....rates ... M. I. IJALDWIN, Afient, Salem. ,.i , tr PERSONAL. Jacob KlocUtth, or Staton, Is In the city today. Kov. V. II. Harklcy Is ngiiln a Ba lom visitor. Mrs. h. 0. Young 'cainc home from Albany today. D. W. H. Byrd was a morning pas senger to Portland. County Clerk L. V. Ehlcn went to Auror.1 this morning. McKlnlcy Mitchell came up from QorvnlB this morning. W. II. Leeds, the state printer, was n Portland visitor today. Senator I. L. Patterson wont to Portland this morning. C. U. Whlttiikcrwasasouth bound passongor this morning. Dr. A. H. 0 Mils returned today fro ii, 11 short visit In Portland. A. L. Dickinson, the hop grower, was a passen...

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. — 19 March 1896

V l sPAILY. CAPITAL JOURNAL, ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. srt '.. rOL. SAL KM, OR EG ON, Til UKSD AY aLARCII Ii, 188tt. ,(' f$m,MK NO. t New York Racket Is always in the lead in styles as well as in prices About a year ago there was a general advance in prices on all lines of heavy shoes. The New York Packet was the last to advance their prices, Now that the prices have declined, especially on heavy shoes, they arc the first to reduce their prices. Our customers will find all lines of heavy work shoes down to about the prices that prevailed before the advance, Our line of men's, ...CLOTHING... is full and fresh from Chicago, Wc can fit any one from a 3ycatvold to a No, 46, Prices very low. Wc add no profit on account of bad ac counts, as -wc have i none. Goods of all kinds arriving every few days direct from New York. Our Fedora Hats are the latest in style and prices the lowest. Don't fail to call, as wc will saveyou 15 to 25 per cent. r. BARNES. No Trouble to Show You ar dware, Tinware...

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. — 19 March 1896

ran Daipapital Joupil BY MOWER. BROTHERS THURSDAY, MAItCII 10, 1800. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIl 8CHOOL SUl'KIUNTENDKNT. The undersigned licrcby nimounccs himself us u candidate for the olllee of comity school superintendent, subject to the action of the Itcpubllcaii county convention. 11. II. Smith. KOll ASflKSSOIt. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for the olllcc of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will or the county Itcpubllcaii convention. ' d-w J. A. VAK EATON. FOR KKI'llESKNTATlVK. 1 have consented U) have my name borno before the Itcpubllcaii county convention for representative. 13. "YV. CllAI'MAN. John II. Mitchell, Ilcpubllcans and all cltlzcnrt who arc opposed to the domination of the old I'crtlmid ring in our state nlTnlra should turn out to the Republican primaries In Mnrlnn county next Friday, March 20. Sec to It that delegates arc elected to the county convention Marclt 21 who will do their duty In nominating a Mitch ell legislative ticket composed of live men who will no...

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. — 19 March 1896

Spring 'Some Campaign Figures Medicine B n - ... ror untorrais ana ropuiisis to i Straggle With. our blood In Spring la almost certain to be fall of impurities t ho accumula ' tlon of the winter months, nnri .,. K tllatlon of sleeping rooms, impure sir i in dwellings, laotoriosand shops, over eating, heavy, improper foods, falinm m .1 tliA If (ftnnwfl ! ltM.B. ui iuij m mm properly 10 ao extra work thus thrust upon them, aro i the primo causes oi this condition. It ' is of the utmost importance that you Purify bur Blood w, as when warmer weather comes and . tho tonic effect of cold bracing nlr h rcgono, your weak, thin, impure blood will not furnish necessary strength. P That tired feeling, loss of appetite, will open thowny for serious disease, ruined J health, or breaking out of humors and fimpurlties. To make pure, rich, red K blood Hood's Barsaparilla stands un- Sicquallcd. Thousands testify to its merits. Millions tako It as their Spring Medicine. Get Hood's, because oocls Sars...

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. — 19 March 1896

"wirtpittj!iMai(tw-o . ', l Daily Capital Journa1 i.i ' t BY HOFffiR BROTHBRS THURSDAY, MARCH JO, 1890. mm nvjcaag -ar BMaraawffrt M,wniT STEAMERS lAltona and Ramona LEAVK DAILY. Cortland. 6:45 a. m, Salem, 7:45 a. m. Independence, 6ip a. SUNDAY. 9:00 a. m. I0il5 a.m. 6;no a m. CP"Frelht received tip lo 10 p. m.JEX Quick time, regular service ant! cheap ....rates ... M. I'. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. l,tk. rH PERSONAL. "Walter Denton has ono to Francisco on n business mission. San Adjutant-General H. Tuttlo re turned to Portland tills iiftornoon. Frank Tower, of the water com pany, Ih In" Portland today on busi ness. Attorney-General 0. M. Idleinan returned to Portland on tlio inonilriR train. Senator A. .1. Johnson, of Linn county, was In t ho city today, visiting his people. Prank Power, collector for the Sa lem Water Company, was a Portland visitor today. Mr. and Mr. John M. Singer, of fyiuth, Indiana, aro In the city, look ing about with a vlewtomakliiR their future home In Oregon. ...

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. — 20 March 1896

i CAPIlkL DAILY t ASSOCIATED ,'1RESS DAILY. t jam jrlJiP r- - ' ' i SAIiKM.OKEGON.yRI&.OT MAItOII JJO, 189 - L. 8. NO.l ij.: JO URNAibr fA. :l TO IS' iTtTytt)frj isfe hard times ?" ; "Why, my dear pm every day and ice learned that anything neat and new -the shoe line cancel Kraussb Bros. k No Trouble to Show You tardware, Tinware, Barbed Wife Blacksmith Supplies, Stoves and Machinery at nR AY., line our large and complete courteous DLLEGE, .tTWV -W I of the Willamette Oniuepsily. NDER NEW Jem methods. Ur to date. Same as in ' but the best is good enough for beginners ftJ. C. GOODALE ioodale Umtber Company OF SALEM V tarda on Twelfth "'Keep the most complete stock of common, dlmension.nnd finished lumber Etho city, and sell on the most favorable terms. Lath and Shingles Our stock Is mado at our own mills, C. G. SCHRAMM, Manager. he Willamette Hotel. LEADING HOTEL -o RluriM. Maiupement liberal. Electric caw leave bo.eHor all public buildings I points of interest. Special rates wil...

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 March 1896

Bfr ;V tittfl .tJ ' I. ft If you want a sure limbs, use an Allcock of the n.n iu mind Not one tns Is as good os the genuine. Daily Capital Journal ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIt SCHOOL BUl'MtlNTENDHNT. Tlio untlclHlgncd hereby aiiiioiiiiccs himself iu a ciUHlldiito for the oillca of county school superintendent, Hiihjeet to the notion of the Henubllcim niiiitv convention. H. II. Smith. YOU ABSHSSOH. 1 hereby tuiiioiinco myself " cuudlduto for the (illlco of COUNTY ASSESSOR subject to the will of the county Republican convention. ,1.w J.AJTANBATON. FOll HKl'HUSKNTATlVi:. I have consented to have my name borne before the Republican county convention for representative. K. W. CHAPMAN I'OIl JOBTICJi: OK TUB l'KACE. The umlcrrtlgned announces himself as a candidate for Justlco of the Pence In Salem district, subject to the action of the delegates In the Republi can convention. John 0. IIooth. I! TUB STATE CONVENTION. The selection of delegates" to the state convention Is a matter or great Importanc...

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 March 1896

7-j"Vl,'Tir' -"v;?"fT - . r,!T'fr' rvr''W Mothers Anxiously watch declining health of thch daughters. So many nro cut off by consumption in early years iljat tliew is real cause for anxiety. In tlio early stages, when not beyond the reach of medicine, Hood's Stirsa parilla will restore tlio quality and quantity of tlio blood and thus give good health. Jtcad the following letter: "It is but Just to wrlto about my daughter Cora, aged 10. She was com pletely run down, declining, had that tired feeling, and frlcnde Baid eho would not live over thrco montha. Bho had a bad Cough and nothing Beemcd to do -tier any good. I happened to read about HoodB Sarsapa rllla and had her give it a trial. Prom the ery first doso sUo began to get better. After taking a few bottles alio was com pletely cured and her health hal been tho best ever Blnce." Mns. Addie Peck, 12 Ibiilroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. "I will Bay that tny mother kns not stated my cbbo In aa strong words as I would havo done. Hood'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. — 20 March 1896

L Ifc VA , Dally Capital Journal BY HOl'ER BROTHERS FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 18M. DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland, 6143 m o:o m' Salem, 7145 a. m. 10:15 a.m. Independence, 6130 a, m, 0:00 a.m. If Quick time, regular service and cheap " " ' "m. P. BALDWIN, Acent, Safem. issasz PERSONAL. 1. 13. Putcr, of Portland, wnBn Sa lem visitor today. Mrs. L. V.Elilcn Is ajrnln suffering from poor licaltli. Miss Ruby Eplcr, of Marlon, Is the guest of Miss Ido Hascy. .1. R. Dickinson cumo down from Turner tills afternoon. Tlios. Ktiy came down from Water loo on the nftcrnon local. II. J. Ottcnhclincr was a Woodburn passenger this afternoon. Siipt. R..T. Hendricks, of the reform school was In the city this afternoon. D. E. Swank, the Aumsvllle miller,' came up from Portland this morning. Geo. W. Johnson roturncd Thurs day from a business trip to San Fran cisco. Secretary of Stato II. R. Klncnld was a north bound passenger on the nftcrnoon local. Senator S....

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