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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 25 April 1896

stP- Tp-T W3P DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. I ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SALEM, OK EGON, SAT TJltDAY APRIL 8i, 1806. NO. 10 AT 0L0 WILLAMETTE lesume of the Week's News by Our Correspondent. r.W.CA. IN CONVENTION . . . Jfflcers of Literarv Societies Are Elected for Jinsulng Term. The Y. W. anil Y.M. C. A. meeting rill be led Sunday afternoon by 11. B. ,'llklns. Tho young ladles Athletic Associa tion Is preparing to give an exlilbi- ion In tho near future, Holland Matthews has decided it is (heapcr In tho future to reserve his File of (?) until church services have ccn dismissed. . .- ...1... ri.. .. ......l i .. i.... , ask one in liiu irficiuir atuueuts now kisy it is to recite, with that com pete (?) vocabulary in the back of heir recitation books. J. R. Fllzhugh departed Wcdncs ay for ills home in Eastern Washing- 9ii. Ills many friends regret to see Mm depart, but hope to see him again ext fall. 1 Smiley, the Hunter, Is still at his Dst of duty and Is succeeding ndmlr- Lly In his o...

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. — 25 April 1896

V' WW" ii ii-tirt rinrr i Urn MlHJt4MM! '"''' ' ----- ;7t?rs.v.'fiiiia;jarrirr -'--mr Daily Capital Journal. BY HOPICR BROTHERS, s SATURDAY, AP1UL.2J, 1898. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. Henresentntlves, DR. J. N, SMITH, of Salum, H. L. UARKLEY, of Woodburii, tct tir ntr a Tint a W nt nrrvlra M'J'INLEV MITCHELL, of nervals, DAVID CKAIO, of JJaclcay. County Judge, OROVE P. TERRELL, of Mclinnm. County Commissioner, J. K. DAVIS, of Sllvcrton. Coiintv Clerk. L. V. EHLEN, of Buttcvlllo. Sheriff, F. T. WRIOUTMAN, of Salem. Recorder, 1 W. WATERS, of Salem. Assessor, J. W. IIOBART, of Garfield. Survoyor, B. H. IIEKKICK, of Yew Park. Treasurer, JASPER MINTO, of Salem. School Superintendent, GEO. IV. JONES, of Jefferson. Coroner, A. M. CLOUGII, of Salem. For Justice of tho Peace Salem Dlst., II. A. JOHNSON Jr. For Constable, A.T. WALN. baker up Lane. i Hon. C. II. linker of Lane county, has bee"n nominated ftif tho senate by" tho Populists, and will probably be the only candidate In the Held, by ...

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. — 25 April 1896

I i ,r -Wn There la not a more familiar figure' on tne streets 01 quanta tiiau tne man whose picture is here shown. Every body knows him by sight and it will be remembered that years ago lie began to wear on his upper lip, just under his nose, a small piece of court plas ter, not larger than a stiver half dime; this plaster he has worn constantly, though it gradually increased in size, as everybody knows, until it was as large as a silver dollar. This man is M. M. Nicholson, who resides at the corner of Anderson and Cttrran 8ts. It was thirty years ago, that ho first noticed a tiny scale, like a piece of wheat bran, on his lip. He at first thought it only a fever blister, but it was not long before his checks became diseased and painful to the touch, and he soon realized that he had fallen a victim to that most dreadful disease Cancer. It rapidly increased in size and severity, and remembering that his father had cancer when he died. and that his uncle also lost his life by. tins te...

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. — 25 April 1896

4 w ., "f- t M , . J.. K .'.I'1 '" v xU n . It ! i U 2 i" RliA.4 fifi i f ( FM' JUrJ BaWTMW . .i. ,f ' Hi - M in b.il ?H Sk .T 4 l W MR M H fl ti.l 1 1 MAYOR OP ST. CHARLES. One of lb? Thousands Whom Paine's Celery Compound Has Ctired. -r"' i p SOCIETY'S FUNCTIONS Chronicled for the Benefit of Our Readers, j ,, . M FLAG PRGORAM TONIGHT. Odd Fellows Annivorsary Highland Literary-Personals. Tito following long and explicit lottcr from Hon. A. A. Dennett tells Its own story. Head It: Mayor's Onicc, City ofSt. Charles, III., Mnrcli4, 1800. Wells Klchardson &Co., HurlliiRtoii, Vt: Oiitlciiiiin I tnko much pleas ure In being nhle to ndtl my mltc to tlio grout mass of testimony In prnlsc of Pulno'rt celery compound. In November lust I found myself much run down by overwork. For Hovenil week I Intel been obliged to work 18 hours dully out of 21, nml wiib In consequence In n stato of physical and nervous exhaustion. At tlio sug gestion of a friend I commenced the iiso ofl'nlno'H celory c...

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. — 27 April 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. m i i L. 8. SALEM, OBEGOfo", MONDAY APftlL 2T, 186. tfO. 10ft 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 are greatly benefited by trading with them. They have just received a large stock of the Star 5 Star Shoes' and mark all according to the late fall in ' prices. All kinds on hand, othing of best quality at very low prices for men and boys, A fine line of black worsted shirts. iw Hats of all kinds and sizes, straw Their stock of :e Curtains V jviUi4A4HAMite l?tnc hrte(tlF 4rsi4irr t ill kinds, all sold at racket prices, Call and save 15 to 25 per cent, .T.BARNES. IE DAY'S iortant Iranspirings Over the Wire, SPECIAL TELEGRAMS News Concerning Important I' flrrnrrnnrft"!. WOMAN CONVENTION. MNQFiELD, April 27. The polit- Iwoman Is much in evidence to- In this city. The state conven- IV of Republican women is to be i hero traorrow and many wo...

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. — 27 April 1896

ur.V' , & . . 7 5 y. , i1 y ry& , .'; i?i&l MLififl Hfli If ' 4- l U If tf : ; a ;. ;s. rAi j1 ,' 1'J UDD 1 8 ' I? iH ! v.'r lUll.W Daily Capital Journal, BY HOKBR BROTHBR8, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1800. "MITCHELL REPUBEICAN8."7 NEXT LEGISLATURE. Continued from-first page. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. llcprcscntatlvca, . DIl. .T. N. SMITH, ofSnletn, II. L. BARKLEY, of WooUburn, E. W. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of Gcrvnlfl, DAVID CKAIG, or Alacicay. County Judge, GROVE P. TERRELL, of Mchnmn County Commissioner, J. N. DAVIS, of Sllvcrton. County Clerk, L. V. EHLEN, of Buttcvillc. Sheriff, P. T. WMOHTMAN, of Salem. Recorder, P. "W. WATERS, of Salem. A gopgqnr J. W. HOBART, Of Garneld. Surveyor, B. B. IIERRIOIC, of Yew Park. Treasurer, JASPER MINTO, of Salem. Sctiool Superintendent, QEO. W. JONES, or JclTcisnn. Coroner, A. M. CLOUGH, of Salem. Por JusMrc of the Peace Salem Dint., II. A. JOHNSON Jr. For Constable, A.T. WALN. Wo would like all Republicans and meji of all pa...

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. — 27 April 1896

others xioiidy Watch declining health of lir uiuijiiuuin. o iiiuiij' urc cm on 'consumption in early years that re is rem raiibu lor unxietv. in e.irl stupes, when not beyond imcli of mrdtciuc, If ood'8 &trsn- rillit will reatoro tlic quality and mtity of the blood and thus giro kri licnllli. Iteati tlio following letter : "It out just to write- about my ghtcr Cora, aged 10. Sue was com tel y run down, declining, had that tired ihirr, and friends 'said she would not, over three mouths. She had a bad Cough I nothing seemed to do Jior ruiy good. iippciicd to read abou'. Itoo t tjirtupa- a and hfld her giv it a 1 da!. Frcnv tho fry tlrst close si orgun to get be'.tcr. cr taking a low bottles rtfiu wns com- tcly cured and her health hos been tho bt ever since." Mns. Anuiu rr.CK, Railroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. I will Bay that my mother has not ted my casu In as strong words as I iild havo done. Hood's Sarsitparllla i truly cured me and I am now well." ka Peck, Amsterdam, N. Y. ! su...

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. — 27 April 1896

nf"1! ?& HPTT Daily Capital Journal. DY HOFTER BROTHBR8, MONDAY, APIIIL 27, 1890. SOCIETY CHRONICLE. Miss Lena Knight, vnuriff nrtlst. is in DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS lAltona and Ramona; LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland, 6:45 a. m. 9:00 a. m. Salem, 7!45 a. m. 10115 a.m. Independence, 6130 a. m. ono a,tn. Ciick time, regular service and cheap ... .rates ... M. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. nsj m iMiss E, A, Stewart I v v IMLLINERY,; $ All grade of goods, from the lotvest price, ti the finest the market affords. 94 State PERSONAL. on Paul II. Sroat went to Portlund tlio nigriiliiK train. Mrs. 8. L. Jones returned thla after noon from a vlHlt at Eugene. Dr. W. T. Williamson returned lionio Sunday morning from the south. Dr. L. W. Qulss returned to Wood burn on tlio early train Sunday morn ing. Prof. Van Piilon, of Harrison Insti tute, returned to Clicmiiwa this morn ing. Judge Warren Trultt started this morning for Moscow, Ida., on legal hiislncHS, Secretary K. It. Kluculd and son...

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. — 28 April 1896

JOURNAL. T '. ASSOCIATED. PRESS v D'AllVT. CJ'ft ' -i,ii t..MtrfliiimifflA- '"X:1. t tjOli. 8. ,4 SAIiEM, OBJCGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 18. i - i .NO. I -1 . ts DAILY V-iTjLJb. JL.tM,-: JT-lLjLJ Made Salem in ms Diing and Summer ca:1S96. en's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 Sizes 13 to 19, l 1 :ovs AHtJtJ V I . buits-- WOOWfl WUi STOM. ITALIAN INVASION Laborers By Thousand. the FOR COMMON LABOR (Common People Vyant Pro- ?-taction That Protects,- - moncyed Interest demand d money" candidates. The rlcnn Protcctlvo Association de- i Amcricnnlsin. The Jouhnal nds that a man who Is willing to I have a chance to cam a living. of (500 applicants, many of , have not had a day's work this Br, only 45 could be given work i state sewer. Is Is a deplorable state of affaire great rich, now, undeveloped anwcalth. Unless factories and tries can bo started, the state leral governments will have to employment, to thousands who therwlso starve. it time men who labor for a cast their votes for a policy rill give ...

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. — 28 April 1896

y rrrr Wfyifrtfu. p 1 i M Tf & e mi JT SI iwh k to "I 4 ' rf , , i .. '4 I k 1 Uf B-i 3M j ,v h i, n u .iU ! itf i t " -v-vvvjffMsyNifc IBgafflflBgasscagfiBg3aflBiMfi -" SWS"'. ...t1,- il. u..t M. -hoeti or If you want a ure reiteuwr pn in "" " -' - - limbs, use an D r AllCOCk'S Piaster Bbar in MtHD-Not one of the hoat of counterfeits and Imita tions Is as good as tne genuine. Daily Capital Journal BY HOI'ER BROTHERS TUESDAY, APItIL 28, 1890. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. IteprcscntatlvcB, DK. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, II. L. BAKKLBY, of Woodburn, E. W. CHAPMAN, of Urooks, M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of Gervals, DAVID CKAIG, of Miiclcay. County .Indue, GROVE P. TKKUF.LL, of Meliiinm. County Commissioner, J. N. DAVIS, of Sllverton. County Clerk, L. V. ELILEN, of Buttcvllle. SlicrllT, P. T. WIUGHTMAN, of Salem. Itccorder, 1 W. WATERS, of Fnlem. A8"ior, J, W. HOHAIIT, of fli'rfl'Iri. Surveyor, J'. H. IIERItICK, of Yew Park. Treasurer, JASPER MINTO, of Salem. School .Siipmliitendetit, OKO. W. JONES...

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. — 28 April 1896

NEXT LEGISLATURE. Tt .infinite! from firftt nsoe.l h : : he Is over In touch, CaptTO. C. Apple-1 .mi la. Uio iimir whom the people of, Klamath, Lake mid Crook 'counties will choose at the poll, on ..Monday June 1, to represent them In the upper house of the Oregon legislature." A Silver letter from Hon. Thos. Tongue In tho uapital Journal will appear In the next Issue of tho Star. Mr. Tongue Is sound on the silver question and writes n good log ical letter which will bo read with interest by all. Douglas County Star. If Mr. Tongue will stand by those sentiments he Is a good enough silver man a eonslstcntAmerlcan blmetal-Ist- arid when his canvass fully devel ops ho will satisfy the people" on this point. LANE COUNTY POLITICS. The Eugene Guard (Deui.) replies to 4The JbuitNAL's article on Baker and ?Drlver: Tho above Is so full of misstatements Kthat a correctlonjs due tho pcoplo of lijiuiu tuumj. III tho first, paragraph it Is Btatcd Kthat Baker will probably be the only acondldatc ...

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. — 28 April 1896

"' "WlUKtTJJn- fe' 6 rx'jfl j'A y u.-r 1 r, H I' -Tl E ' 'W. Daily Capital Journal. BY HOFKN BROTHBR8 TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1800. gaaBeaMu4i'iu mniWiwy rritriinrii rn DAILY LINK TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portland, 6.-4S a.m. 9:00a.m. Salem, 7145 a. m. I"5 a'm' Independence, 6130. m. 6oa.m. Cutck time, regular jiyrvice and cheap ... f fttcs ... t n nltnltllkl Agent, Salerri. SOCIETY CHUONICLE. MIm Minnie Hunt, nlccc of Miss Winnie Fennell, of the Cook hotel, returned to her home at Gervals today. Mia? Joalo Watklnds, of the State 1 .. r ' " Agent, Salem. Ij iMiss E, A, Stewar t f 2K a; a; a: j lVlli,JLUNiK I ,g a a a; cm J All grades of goods, ttom In"5 a k hi loircii prices, 10 111c n icsi mc j iy ?rai tn!trbi nffnrilf . ) r S94 State St,LJ r ... . . . 1 1 1 n PER80NAL. Ex-Senator Duwtfon, of Linn county, Is In the city. County Clerk Elilcn hud business at Aurora today. Irof. Parvln inude his usual trip to Albany totlay. Hon. A. Iiush wont to Portland...

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. — 29 April 1896

irm.t wr r" TT' V' DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL i -tv , - ASSOCIATED PRES DAILY. '"'" '- VOL. 8. SALEM, OREGOK, WJSJXNICSDAT, APRIL 29, 189. -3- 17 - t'$ -m tfO.lftft i rfjSgfww 5f "Tne New York Racket). Arc receiving goods almost daily from the cast in the way of notions, ladies' and gents' furnishing goods of all kinds, laces, embroideries, brushes, combs, hosiery of all sizes, la' dies' shirt waists, laundricd or unlaundricd white skirts, and all kind of work shirts, ladies' and gents' summer underwear, and many other articles. Also a large stock of "Star 5 Star" shoes of excellent quality and latest style, at prices very low. Clothing for men and boys at prices that will save you 25 per cent. Call and see fdr yourslcvcs, E.T.BARNES. COUNTRYMAN SPEAKS! jHis Experience, in Buying Cattle for Market. MORE OF POLK COUNTY ;A Farmer's Talks About Some of the County Candidates, f) Tho -prospect of Republican success is stiffening up the cnttle market, nnd I have been out the past week trying 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. — 29 April 1896

mklm W"HJ& I M&,M M if S r p - W SlJ ft J iKIStJ Wl Jrja ji ! ? ; . ifW'" . W. P f I 1 f;t , '' " 1 . . ?4 M " m EI 14 Li liMUiirt 1 1 ijiiiinrtfin-v Dailf Capiial Journal BY HOKER BRJTHBtKt3 WKDNKKDAY, APRIL 20, 1800. CdUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. Ueprcscntntlvcs. DR. J. a- SMITH, of Sn cm. II. L. DARKLEY. of Wootluurn, E. V. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, M'KINLKY MITCHELL. orGorvnls, DAVID CllAIG, of Mncleay. County Judge, anovE r. tekiiell, or Mcimnw. County Commissioner, .1. N. DAVIS, of Sllverton. County Clerk, L. V. EIILEN, of Buttevllle. Sheriff, P. T, WRIGHTMAN, of Salem. Recorder, F. W. WATERS, of Salem.; Assessor J. W. HOB ART, of Garllclfl. ' Surveyor, U. B. HERRICK, of Yew Park. TrcaHiirer, JASPER MINTO, of Salem. School Superintendent, GEO. W. J OWES, or Jellerhon. Coroner, A. M. OLOUGII, of Salem. For Jiihllco of the Peace Hitleio Dlst., II. A. JOHNSON Jr. For Constable, A.T. W.ALJN. Scrofula FINANCIAL SEER." It would' oe far ifiJMer und more re- soectable American poimw ' 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. — 29 April 1896

iitiiri ii nun -" PjSAd,stsssislasM WmBRtifHlci)., I I '" t -''. -J--1-- !-- "5 i i i i i i i i HOPS Wool, 'Mohair & FursABcugbi. 230 ComWPQial Sf.', - -Salem, Op. THE POTTING UP OF WOOL. Timely Suggestions to Growers In Pre paring Their Fleeces' lor Market. The following article by 33. J. IIul Ing, in tlie American wool and cotton Reporter, is given the .Touhnal. through the courtesy of Win. Brown & Co.. the Salem wool buyers, whoso advertisement appears In tills paper, and is worthy the perusal or overy sheep grower "in Oregon. Mr. Hullng says: It is my opinion, writes a corres pondent, after complimenting the Re- II. .....1.1. ulman nrlltluri El UOriCI Oil ILM IllUIILIilJ BI1KCJI vu. .".., that more wool Is badly prepared for II market through ignorance than through intentron to deceive or de fraud. But it Is' ft fact that much wool is handled on tho ranches In such a way that there Is n loss to some one. which may bo avoided. If tho I man who buys wool from tho grower us...

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. — 29 April 1896

I. '""v u I r jl .( KM? ? at t lb. l!1 l''! i f Ml , . , 4 I ' J ll :. b R?y ". ; 1 - iw I MB 8 Eiriwpi BY HOffKR BROTHER 3CT3P"WW. -mmmm,mmmmmmmmmmKrmimmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmammMm' ' rirrJ-.-OcrMRiSr' THE-WOMEN's'cONVENTION. THE W.C. T. U. .- ----- , . n i iii'ii FmrimHtinfl Olmim Mil MIIHIII MIHIMW WMI . wbbv7JQKnjmJUUkljWilt i m . M. ii i ---. - .- : ,. ....a. dfUVUiftsi'' few w-teMiafe Y"T. Ti. i MwmmjMmmmmimLi?Tr-'r-TT i i i i.- j j. it.. .r li ..i.kriti. hirttt rwi miiiirmrmKV'ixrk inc ir v .l w II iri.J . -J 1 f TKiniWBBII .IIIIIUIIl ji a ' wriiBv j - w "t i v ffUNi miv "r vrr"i"i - ri TY iw. - wj r Bill, villi 1. ai. I.a. uM.V.f Uttfl HUB Azt9 I rliM tri thh Itl r TCSlCIUlll mm " 1890. g -v i - ,r" ... ,-, DAII4',,1.NC TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. SUNDAY. Portlnd,'0:4Sa.m. ???.Z' Salem, 745 ,?,i5!,E- Independence, 6130 a. m. oxo a.m. Quicklime, regular "service and cheap 'm!cp.'ualdwin, Acent, Salem. $aasK&8K SMiss E A, Stewart: 'I; v v '' ffiftflTT...

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. — 30 April 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL 4 ASSOCIATED PRESS 1DA.IL7Y. 4 VOL. 8. jT Made in Salem " V "WW. vv-" Sprirro and Summer Men's Suits, Si zes 35 to 44 youth. Sizes 13 to 19, Knee Suits- &&RiT rW W A& ft 1 fc $ al . W nty Bovs : Y,M MKi P Wi FOR SALE GHEflP. TOWN PROPERTY, lost desirable location. :ripple creek gone Second Fire Wipes the Town, Out MILLION DOLLAR LOSS. Fhousands Homeless and Hungry Relief Needed. CRH'PLK CHEEK WIPED OUT. Cuipple Creek, Colo., April 30. A Ire, which broko out In the "Port- mid" hotel yesterday afternoon, dc troyed about all that was left of frlpple Creek. jThc flames spread with great rapid ly and, although stcrnuous clTorts ere mude to check the progress of tto tiro by blowing up buildings with rnamlte, they proved of no avail. til theprlnclpul buildings are In ruins ad nothing is left of tho town poper, except tho railroad stations d a few scattered houses. The Hro ?ed Merely all tho afternoon, and ply died out tonight for lack of fuel which to feed...

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. — 30 April 1896

WfPW-? 1 'VVRj(F?"l. m. i ta SKAM2 i . S ' ' 2S llMtr .stf B "( M , r t .. . vi . ' jis. fe aa p SHU M8-$ Jv3K'!v y f ' r un r WW ! " -jail irt Daily Capital Journal bY HOFER BROTHBKS, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1800. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Supreme Judge, It. S. BEAN, of Lane County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEBK, or Marlon County. S.M. YORAN.of Lane. E.L. SMITH, of Wasco. J. F. CAPLES, of Mult noinali. For Congressman First Congressional District, . , TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington County. , , , For District Attorney Third Judicial DlBtrlct. , JOIltf A.OARSON,of Marlon County. COUNTY KEJ.'UiJMCAN TICKET. Itcnrcscntatlvcs, BIX. J. W. SMITH, of Salem, II. L. BARKLEY, of Woodburn, E. W. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, M'KINLEY MITCHELL. of Gcrvals, DAVID CUAIG, of Mnclcay. County Judge, GROVE T. TERRELL, of Mchama. County Cotninlssloncr, J. N. DAVJS, of Sllverton. County Clerk, L. V. EIILEN, of Buttctlllc. Sheriff, F. T. WRIGHTMAN, of Salem. Recorder, F. W. WATERS, of Salem. As3csfor, J....

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. — 30 April 1896

vr G If you wast A sure rHTfcr limbs, use as Allcock Dear in Mind Hotsoiie pf tions IS as gooa as uic genuine. OREGON NEWS The Elks of Itoseburtj will ctvo a May pole dance. The pay roll at the Santiam mines averages $200 u day. Eugene's creamery will start In ten days says the uuaru. The evangelist C N. Crlttenton will hold a ten days service at The Dalles. How Jas. Fcarl, of Ilalscy, cele brated his 89th birthday on Ap'rll'l7., Seven carloads of mutton null beef were shipped from The Dallc last week. Eugene Is bound to have good dean water to drink. The city reser voir Is thoroughly cleaned ovory month. A case of dlptherla has been re ported at Coburg and has been duly quarcntlned. It Is In the family of .Ins. Harklns. The Eugene foundry Is busily en gaged making the iron front for sev eral new brick blocks to be built thero this summer. A new twenty stamp mill has been put In the Bonanza mine of Raker county, and a clean-up of a nine days run amounts to $10,000. "Kid" Moore, of E...

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. — 30 April 1896

'& ''I'M' fat JD Daily Capital Journal. 3BY HOK1SR BHOTHER8, TIIUKSDAY, APRIL .TO, 1800. gUHAWfcgBM-SSr'rWTO DAIIY LINE TO rORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. Portland, G;4S m Salem, 7145 m Independence, 6130 a. m. SUNDAY. 9.00 a.m. 10:15 a.m. 6o a.m. Quick time, regular service and cheap ....rates ... M. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. m HMissEA, Stewart! V -- " K MLLINERY, W MT All grauc Ul j;wu, iivn. ..w lowest prices, to the finest llie market affords. SOCIAL OVERTURES. (lathering of Importance at Oregon's Capital and Elsewhere. The Salctn Euchre Club will this evening bo entertained at tlio lidineof Eukciio tircymau. Mrs. Levi Card Inn been a Kest to day of Mrs. MeKlnnou nt tlio state reform school. Miss Esther ItolwrtBon, un asylum attendant, returned today from a visit at Iter home In Slayton. Mrs. T. F. Hoyal.of llrooks.rcturned to licr lioino today, after attending the AV. C. T. U. convention. Miss Dora Totter went today to visit at the home of lior parents, Mr...

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