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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 14 April 1896

DAILY CAPITA JOURNAL. V, ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. re: 32m V.OL. 8. SALLM, OREGON, TiAUSD AX, APRIL 14, 18tt. no. c . B. NeuJ York Racket &s2 iocs Has Just received from New large lot of tine Fedora - of lntc&t style. Also laces, cmbroldcrlcs,lace curtains, ladles' Blurt waists, corsets, gents' lnundrled and unlnundrlcd white shirts, and launbrlcd percale and all kind of work shirts, suspenders, hos icry,and u line lot of ladles' and gents' summer underwear. All kinds of notions. All sold at racket prices. OUR LINE OP Clothing for men. boys and youths Is flne,whlle our stock of the "Star 5 Star" shoes Is unsurpassed, and all reduced to the lowest profits. Call and save a largo per cent. ' " " - B.T.BARN TILLMAN 10 SILVER The South Carolina Senator Helping in Colorado. BENNETT FOR CONGRESS, Sound Money Republicans Forcing a Candidate. Denver, Colo. April 14. Senator Tillman who has come here to ad dress tho Democratic state conven tion tomorrow, says the outlook is altogether f...

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. — 14 April 1896

taN ' n '! li (.4 f ft Z t T If you want a jimM, use an sure-reNef for'pains In the bcfc, sidt, chest, or AliCOCK S Plaster Bear in MlND-Not one of the host of counterfeits ana tmiw t.i .- i h.am4 ma tfiA irfftinlfi. JIt5 13 UVW - - Daily . Capital Journal BY HOKIR DROTHBR8, TUESDAY, APItIL 14, 1890. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET Itopresentntlves, DR. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, II. L. BAHKLEY, of Wooduurn, E. V. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, M'JUNLEY MITCHELL, of Corrals, DAVID CRAIG, of Mnck-tiy. County J mIku, tlltOVE T. TERRELL, of Mcliutna. County Coinmlssloner, J.N. DAVIS, of Sllvcrton. County Clerk, L. V. EIILEN, of Iluttovllle. ShorHT, F. T. WRIOHTJIAN, of Sulcm. Recorder, P. W. WATERS, of Siilfiin. Assessor, J. W. IIORART, of Garfield. Surveyor, R. B. I1ERRICK, of Yew Park. Treasurer, JASPER MINTO, of Salem. School Superintendent, GEO. W. JONES, of .Icllcrsoiir Prnnnr. A. M. CLOUGH, of Salem. For Justice of tlio 1'cuco Kiileiu Dlst., II. A. JOHNSON Jr. Knr Const nblo, A. T. WALN. Tin: Journal ...

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. — 14 April 1896

tv. ouths Dement OI.UMSS CONDUOTF.t) BY ONE OF OUR tmioiir 5tnuui.un j W .,. - --,.ii.., TY.n.irimenl will be a recular El IOC iuut,. ., , . ,. ... .. . I.,,... nf IhU naper. ll is me imcnuun lu Cake it instiuctlvc and entertaining to our nor and citl renders, anu aiso smmuic ior .'., J, ii.. t.mllv firi-tlilr. nnd far tuorile. pentary reading In our public and private jchools. PROTECT THE BIRDS. ' Next to the beautiful flowers and legetatlon covering tlio cartu, tuo rild birds are tue cnniccsi, guu iu iaturc. We cannoi imagino now Hrenry tills world would be without, IiiPw. w need creatures, witu uieir Iwcct songs and bright plumage. At Mils time of tlieycar, wticn tncy arc Lnar.inrfnml renrlmr their young, wo Miould give them special protection. )o not let dogs and cats worry or Kin llicm. Even tuo owls, nawKS anu Lmus do inoro cood than harm by Kill ing mlce.snakcs and Injurious Insects. Mio bird's are man's best menus. nimv tirntw.t his crons and If there ircrc no birds It would...

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. — 14 April 1896

mm1 lIllKlHIIIHllI I k r rMK m 1- LJ ' , , .. -MP" JMmIjMMH Daily Capital Journal BY HOVHU. DROTHBRS TUESDAY, APRIL M, 1800. DAILV UNO TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS lAltona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY, SUNDAY. Portland, 6:45 a. m 9- " Salem, 714S " ':,5 "' Independence, G130 a, in. 6o a ra. Quick lime, regular service and cheap ... rate) ... M. P. UALDWIN. Agent, Salem K Miss E ,A Stewart, ,. y . v v -v 1 MILLINERY,) A: All trades of goods, fioni the West price, to the fmett the market affords. 94 State St! 15 PERSONAL. Senator Ocsnor went to Portland toclny. Eugene Hroynian win a Portland visitor today. A. H. Hudclson canto down from Jefferson today. 13. Ostrander was a passenger to Al bany this morning. M. L. Jones, of li rooks, was a Su loiu vlHltor today. Squlro 1'arrar went to IlarrlflburK on the morning train. Judgo Hubbard wiib at Turner to day on county business. Chits. D. Gabrlolson, tlie Insurance mini, was doing buslncNSIn "Woodburn toduy. 8. L. Hayes and family went to llaley on tbo ...

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. — 15 April 1896

DAILY CAPlfTAL JOURNAL, 1 SSQClA.riD PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SAliKM, OBBferOKDNESDAY, APRUi 15, 189. HO. Knotty how to accomplish the most work with the least labor, time and money, has been solved. GOLD Washing Powder a woman's work light sets her at rest keeps her purse closed. makes mind Get it before you where. Made only by THE N. K. St Louli, Chicago, Hew York ANTI-SIMON TICKET, Multnomah Repubiicnns Are Completing a Ticket, A, P, A, FIGHTS M'KINLEY In the Kentucky State Convention of. Republicans. - .& 4 w9P & PoffifljAND, April 15. Tho antl Slmo'n Republicans reconvened their county convention toduy and began the nomination of n full county and eltyfyckoE, The following legislative ticket Juujb$n nominated so. fur: , fsemSESjrE. imaliiift, fc?il. Tanner, J. J. Fisher, W. M. Itllllngs- worth. Representatives II. A.IIogue, W. E. Thomus, Jonathan Bourne Jr., Van B. Delnshmutt.Chnrlcs E. Drake, G. B. Tucker, Henry Wagner, Chas. Cleveland. T. A. Mnrouam. At 3:30 p. in. tho fo...

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. — 15 April 1896

m4tH4H4MtMilll Ati-'i .ttm ll'TB hi ,lriWMll Daily Capital Journal BY HOKttR BKOTHBR9 WEJ)SlAY, APRIL 15, IBM. TICKET COUNTY REPUBLICAN rtpprcscntntlvefl, UK. F W OJIAl'MAto, of HnigkB, M KDAVID CRAIG, of fucleay. ABOVE P.SfillBLCor Mehanm. County Clerk, L. V. EHLKN.ofUuttcvIlle. Sheriff, li m wTMrtHTMAN, of Salem. Recorder, 1, w. WATERS, of bulcin. Assessor, j, W, IlOBAltT, of OiuHcW. Surveyor, IIBRR10K, of low 1'aiK. ... nnllMtV JASPER M1NTO, of Snletn. School Superintendent, GEO. V. JONES, of Jetlerson. Coroner, , A. M. 0LO0OH, of Salem. Ibr Jurtlro f nJgg Baton DlBt.. Eor Constable, A.T. WALN. 1J. U. Capitalists of Portland are at work raising a large fund to start u paper with. The ooldbuK Oregonlnn Is engineer ing n bolt to defeat the rc-clectlon of Congresflinnn Ellis. i i Protection to all our Industries, and not too much reciprocity, Is our platform on tho tarlll. It Is pleasant to see brcthern like Albert and Rush dwell together In unity In their old age. tfUPT. PAINE jsxu...

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. — 15 April 1896

"I tjp- HMaMaiiaMWMaaatiMi MUMMMm Hot water, maintaining the heat nt 132 degrees Fnrcnticlt, will effectually kill smut on nil small grains, but not on corn. It can be eradicated from corn, only by going through the llelds and picking It off and destroying It. It Is not well for tlic general farmer to interfere with market gardening, though every farm should have nn abundant garden, large enough to supply nt least one good meal n day, during the season. Thousands of acres of fall sown la of tho utmost ImporUnco tht you wiieat, is reported, were uestroyeu uy irosts in Whitman county, wasii. Mostly those who used seed wheat, which is only good for spring planting, are the sufferers. Spring Medicine foar blood In Spring k almost cerUla to be full of impurities the accumuta tlon of the winter months. Bad ven tilation of sleeping rooms, impure air in dwellings, factories and shops, over eating, heavy, Improper foods, failure of the kidneys and liver properly to do extra work thus thrust ...

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. — 15 April 1896

T: "'$&? ' t'-vwflt fy iynfrjfvygfffjii, wj 'fWV r fVf-W"Wj-nty, gyw RTE ,r. ..'.' k . ' P.' 't Er .. V , . V1, m HM vt P Daily Capital Journal BY HOFBR BROTHBR9 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1800. KSRHSSKtWWf DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS lAltona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland, 6145 a. m 9 a-m I Salem. 7M5 a. m. "OH5 - Independence, oijo a. m. 6,oo a in. Culck time, regular service and cheap ....rates ... M. V. KALDWIN. Auent, Salem &93&! IMiss E, A, Stewart, -y i X 'V v MLLINERY4 X" V ! V All grades of goods, from the lowt prices, t the linen the market affords. 9 94 State St PERSONAL. Attorney Hough of Wood burn wn In the city today on legal business. Hon. Joseph Simpson returned to Portland on the early train this, morn Inc. Clins. S. Itlcly returned on the over hud tills morning from ti business trip to Han Francisco. MoKlnloy Mitchell, of nervals, Is In tho city today, ami will remain over to attend the Illlico reception this evening. Mr. John Hex llynro hits g...

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. — 16 April 1896

JOURNAL, i K . ASSOCIATED PRESS 4 DAILY. OIj. 8. SAIittM.OREGONrHUHSDAY APXlIIi 16, I8M. KO. ! DAILY CAPITA I 1 u ew York Racket Tries to keep the public informed about the goods they receive, and the prices they sell at and feel that all their customers arc greatly benefited by trading with them. They have just received a large stock of the tar 5 Star Shoes' and mark all according to the late fall prices, All kinds on hand, Clothing of best quality at very low prices for men and boys, A fine line of black worsted shirts, Sraw Hats of, all kinds and sizes, straw Their stock of nee Curtains I; iMYihroidcries, laces, hosicrv. notions ot all kinds, all sold at racket prices, Call and save 15 to 25 per cent, .T.BARNBS IDEAVOR SOCIETIES I Annual Session at Oregon City. ' HE FULL PROCEEDINGS, iday's Program Successfully Car ried Out. Oregon City, April 10. The ninth nual session of the Oregon Chrlst- n Endeavor state convention opened cry auspiciously Tuesday evening In io Congrcgntlonnl ...

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 April 1896

a T, K PW3:V fit 3 "..! STiMHS" tTEr :&1 m tcr p 4 1 1 T! ; T !. PV xu. UUMtUUriMW laadi BBiiiir i rannri -rT.-onTlMiifiTl7iiviMTiTHJnrarfntTft-a lot If yon Ub, hm an want a sure relief for pahta la the back, side, chert, or Porous Plaster BEAR IN MtND-Not one of the host of counterfeits and Imita- Allcock tlona is as good as the genuine. Daily Capital Journal. BY HOITICR BROTHBBSi THURSDAY, AI'IIIL 10, 1800. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET Representatives, DR. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, 11. L. BAIIKLEY, of Wooriburn, E. W. CHAPMAN, of Jlrooks, MMUNLEY MITl'MiLL. of nervals, DAVID CltAIC), of Miteleuy. County J iicltfe, OROVE 1. TEltitELL, of Molmrua. County Commissioner, .J.N. DAVIS, of Sllvci ton. County Clerk, L. V. EHLEN, of Htittevlllr. Sheriff, P. T. WRIOIITJIAN, of Salem. Recorder, 1 V. WATERS, of Salem. Assessor, J. W. HOHART, of Gurllcld. Surveyor, J). B. IIERRICK, of Yew Park. Trcnsurer, JASPER MINTO, of Salem. School Superintendent, OEO. W. JONES, or Jefferson. Coroner, A. M. CL...

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 April 1896

That reme tired feeling aflHcts nearly every- y at this season, mo bustiers cease to b, the tireless grow weary, tho ener-' o becomo enervated. You knovr lust kt we mean. Somo men and women fcavor temporarily to overcomo that Tired bllng by great forco of will. But this knsafe, as It pulls powerfully upon the rvous system, which will not long stand lb strain. Too many people " work on rir nerves," and the result Is seen In un tunato wrecks marked "nervous pros tloa," in every direction. That tired Feel- ' Is a positive proof of thin, weak, im- re blood; for, if tho blood Is rich, red, allzed and vigorous, it Imparts Ilfeand ergy to evory norve, organ and tissue I tho body. The necessity of taking sod's Barsaparilla for that tired feeling ; therefore, apparent to every one, and i good it will do you Is equally beyond stion. Remember that cod's Sarsaparilla line One True Wood Purifier. All druce!ts. $1. cpnrert only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. a i rtiff " ca'J " rarce, easy...

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 April 1896

"W"ywy rwvwpi,,iwyiyini v fi.S .si ,?:; tOmJm Daily Capital Journa BY HOKBR BROTHBRS. THURSDAY, APIUL 10, 1800. DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. I STEAMERS Altona and Ramona j LEAVE- DAH.V. Portland, 6:45 a. m Salem, 7145 n. m. Independence, fisjo a. in. SUNDAY. 9:00 a. m. 10115 a.m. 6o a m, (ulck time, rctilar service and cheap ... rates ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. S Miss E, A, Stewart ) I MILLINERY, . J m " w K -iu. ttj ' All grades of goods, from the i h J lowest prices, to the finest the (j i- & market affords. I 94 State St! gssS!S3ge8& RIVER NEWS. TI10 Altonu will arrive up from rortlnnd and way points this evening Tlie Thitli left for CorvnlllH ntul way points liiiincclliituiy after making Iter lauding at Salem. Tho Houk pnHscrt down tills morn ing with n rnfl of logs In tow, bound for Oregon City. The Elmoro left for Portland at 7 o'clock thin morning with usual load of freight and largo list of passcngcra. Steamer llamona came down from Independence thin morning nntl le...

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 April 1896

"""upm um f twi 'iwfw"" DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL; -i i ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SALEM, OBEGON", FRIDAY, APBH, 17, I81IG. i v i 1TO. 1M New York Racket Tries to keep the public informed about the goods they receive, and the prices they sell at, and feel that all their customers arc frcatly benefited by trading with them, 'hey have just received a large stock of the "Star 5 Star Shoes," and mark all according to the late prices. All kinds on hand, Nothing of best quality at very low prices for men and boys, A fine line of black worsted shirts. traw Hats of all kinds and sizes, strawi Their stock of ,ace Curtains embroideries, laces, hosiery, notions of all kinds, all sold at racket prices, Call and save 15 to 25 per cent. E.T.BARNES, IEMES THEY FUSEO Ir. Sears Threshing Over Old Straw. f ROTECTIONSURETOWIN Imotalism Cannot Be Protected by Free Trade. The JooKNAt. la In receipt of tho flowing letter from Mr. Sears of alk coonty. Wo were simply stating Mint was commonly understood t...

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 April 1896

uti 4s' f, J fi'i Rt" Daily Capital Journal BY HOFBR BROTHBRS. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1890. THE MINNlisOTA GOOD ROADS CONVENTION. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET Representatives, . DR. J. N. SMITH, of Snlem, II. L. UAIUCLEY, of Wooduuru, v. w. nu Ai'MAN. of Brooks. M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of Oervals, DAVID CRAIO, of Maclcny. County Judgo, OROVE P. TERRELL, of Mcliama. County Commissioner, J. N. DAVIS, of Silvcrton. County Clerk, L. V. EIILEN, of Butteville. Sheriff, F.. T. WRIGIITMAN, of Snlem. Recorder, F. W. WATERS, of Salctn. Assessor, ' ' J. W. HOUART, of Garflcld. Surveyor, II. H. IIERRICJC, of Yew Park. Treasurer, JASPER M1NTO, of Salem. School Himcrlntendent, GEO. W. JONES, of .Jefferson. Coroner, A. M. CLOUGH, of Salem. For Justice of tlio 1'citco Snlem Dlst, II. A. JOHNSON Jr. For Constable, A. T. WALN. Help pet tluwc flags on our public schools. Tlio now will win. deal In Portland politics Protection and blmctallsm must go hand In band. The platform of 1892 Ih good enough If given the west...

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 April 1896

If Cripple Tim Imri tnfiRn ft cttvtita Sin. . It' MMMMt .u-iin its rt41nB 'T'Mm 1nH..u lj IllUt VJ "i" .w.o. XiJtB UUU1UU of the blood is often not satisfied with R' causing dreadful sores, but racks tho I' body with tho pains of rheumatism until JIoou s bnrsaparllla cures. "Nearly four years ago I became af flicted with scrofula and rheumaUam. Made P Running sores broke out on my thighs. rieceaoi doho came out ana an operation was contemplated. I had rheumatism in mv Ices, drawn an out of shano. Ilnntnn. 1 petite, could not sleep. I was a perfect k wrvt-K. x wuiuiuuu i (jiuw worse anu unuuy tjuvu up tog uuuiur b ircaimoni 10 Well : tako Hood's Sarsaparllla. Boon nnnctltn L'camo back; tho sores commenced to heal. fMy limbs straightened out and I throw ;nway my crutches. I nm now stout and u uniKj ssa uiuuij Huvicnn lour itrnara nnA T lirns n nvltinln T UJI jVuio ftw viini;. x KIRU1Y rcc hOinxucnu iiooctb Barsaparuift." . Hammond, Table Grove, Illinois. umiAX Hood's Sarsaparilla Is 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. — 17 April 1896

- I -...wyrs(v Tfli tfff if, -, ! m Daily Capital Journal. BY HOPBR BROTHBR3. FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1800. DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland, 6:45 tt m- 0:0 ' m' Salem, 745 " I0M5 a'm Independence, 6130 a, m. '" Cutck time, regular service and cheap .... rales ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. Miss Ei A, Stewart! " w MLLINERY,! All grades of goodf, from tlie lowest prices, to the finest the market affords. State St! SHEW tafc-J- PERSONAL. S. 0. Hlco was a Woodburn business visitor toduy. Dr. Pierce, came up from Fortlnnd, on tlio morning train. V. M. DavlB was n passenger torort luml vlu tho Altonn tills mornlnir. II. .7. Otlcnheliiier, tlio hop buyer, was In Portland today on buslnrs. Air. Georip, of North Salem, went to Portland on the Altona this morn Intr. Row J. S. WliltercturncdthlHaflcr noori from a short visit with Albany friends. Dr. and Mrs. Kploy returned to Monmouth 011 tlio Ruth yesterday afternoon. Contractor F. IJ. Southwlck, w...

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 April 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. y V ' ASSOCIATED RESS DAILY. VOJj. 8. SALEM, OKEGON, SATURDAY APRIL J8, .8S. n t HO. Itl L32 Old housekeepers will tell glass. You know it breaks Gold Washing makes glassware brilliantly clean in warm water or cold. Delightful to use for glass or silver, tin or wood or paint. ' Saves your hands saves your temper. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. St Laws, CMcago, Ntwrork, Boston, Philadelphia Stn Francisco. T iBuluwayo at the Mercy of I" it.. MninUnlnn Hie mcuauBica treacherous natives. Horded Together for the Purpose of Massacre, Buluwayo. Anril 18. A feeling of nnrolimislnn lis to wllllt tllO tlCXtStOD hi the revolting Matabclcs wlllboper- ueates all circles here. Information nmimr from the country around aakes It certain that the natives arc rcparlng an offensive movement gainst the place. The number or (ntabclcs reported guthorlng at nlnts near bv 18 sufficient to appall he hearts of oven experienced fight krs. There la a dread in t...

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 April 1896

w BWJBWffiSV.. i!& Y1B; 2 A1 ni t $ $ m ' 'tit " A,: if r.''v' "-'Arfnfci ; aajfrrmtjrr w --- -i '" V-i.nTinrm-ffnaMai lii rfijffFar?iri'nrr,Tir'rVfiTiiifttiiiiMa ""! . .ii.-z li l'-.ti t.Mi 1-Vit .'of If you want ture reitw Mr phw in iu -. i - llafef, hm an Porous Plaster hra m MiND-Not one of the host of counterfeits and Imita tions is as good as the genuine. Allcbck's Daily Capital Journal BY HOPIIR BKOTHBRS. SATUItDAY, APRIL IB, 1800. ENGLAND IS PROSPERING. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET Itcprcsentatlvcs, DR. J. 2T. SMITH, of Sa km, II. L. BARKLEY, of Woodburn, 15. W. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, M'KINLBY MITCHELL. of Gervnls, DAVID CRAIG, of Mucleiiy. County J udjje, GROVE P. TERRELL, of Mehiiniii. County Commissioner, .I.N. IUV1H, of Sllvcrtoii. County Cleric, L. V. 15HLEN, of Huttevlllc. RlicrilT, F. T. WRIGHTMAN, of Salem. Recorder, K W. WATERS, of Salem. AHesor, J. W. IIOBART, of Garllsld. Surveyor, B. B. IIERRICK, of Yew Park. . Treasurer, JASPER MINTO, of Salem. School Superintenden...

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 April 1896

r unmfiTflr NERVOUSNESS Is the Wail of the Nerves for Food. . . I People with Weak, Flabby Suffer. They may be Relieved by Building up their Nerves with a Nourishing Nerve Food. An Interesting Interview with A Prominent Phy sician and a Case in Point Cited. From the Journal, " What Is tbis modern disease called ner vous prostration ?" If tills question lmd been risked a physl ' clan In our grandfathers' time, he could not have answered It. Tlio disease was n6t known then. It is new, and is a product of our American hustle and worry. Stated In hrlef, nervous prostration Is a complete col lapse of tlio nervous system. It is brought on by overwork, worry or disease, and the patient can only bo cured by rest and a proper feeding of the nerves. Notice the drageed-out appearance of the average mother. She can scarcely drncher self around; her nerves and strength have been overtaxed ; she has no reserve force. She keeps up, but it is at the expense of her nervous system. Finally she is ove...

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 April 1896

H J A. Y ' fi( T ? i -' "slain i i "; Tl I V x-. y Mm oftne Supreme Gourt. Congressman Powers Enthusiastic Over Paine's Celery Compound the Great Spring Remedy, Judgo Powers, who today represents Vermont in congress, entered tho national houso with a iniignlllcent record as lawyer and Judge of the supremo court of Vermont He U n lino typo of the careful, lenrned Now England lawyer. Though but r0 years of age, ho was a monitor of tlio Vermont legislature n third of a century ago, and ngnln In 187-1, when ho wasspcakerof tlio house. Ho has been stato senator, a monitor of tlio constitutional convention and of tlio stntoHciintc. In 1871 ho became Judge of tho supremo court of Ver mont, and remained on tho touch un til 1800, when ho took his seat In congress, Judge Powers presided at many or the most notable trials In tho history of tho Htatc, and Is tho author of many of the most Important opin ions to bo found In Vermont reports. No Judge on tlio supremo touch In any of our states has...

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