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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 1 May 1896

ITS 'WKBSBlr ,8'K-V"ni-JsnF'r pYUpff "iri"T'"W"' TC,VI y'PI TJftljHj fr-TTKI!lm"'W.T-"",yy?'l7-tlyum -HWflWyW'lf.TOgTI- , TT?''5raiWfS? "' WVBWK - tj DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATE - a PRESS DAILY, -.$ y.v x5. T- VL. 8. SAliEM, OREGON, 3TlttDAY,MAY 1, I8J. Nj. IPS sqaywjfcpwMn 'rysiwHip;ww' '---f- "imwi - 1 1 ac: H6W York Rac 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 unlaundried 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 szz for yourslcvcs, - i E.T.BARNES. FOR SALE CHEAP. TOWN PROPERTY. Most desirable location. Inquire at this office. ASSASSINATED The King Was Shot While Ente...

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 May 1896

m ,' i,. " r IV Daily Capital Jml By HOKISR BROTHERS. FMDAY,MAY 1, 1600. OREGON NEWS Without U 5 post- STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Supreme Judge, It. S. BEAN, or Liinc County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. OEEU. hf Marlon County. S. M. YOUAN, of Lunc. E.L. SMITH, of Wasco. J. F. CAl'LES, of Multnomah. For Congressman First Congressional District, TIIOS. H. TONGUE, of Washington County. , , , ,, . , For District Attorney Third Judicial District. JOHN A.CAHS02f,of Marlon County. COUNTY nr.lUULICAN TICKCT. ltcnri'scnlativos, Dll. J. N. SMITH, or Salem, II. L. DAKKLEY, or Woodhtirn, E. W. CIIAl'MAN. or Biook'H, M'KINLEY MITCHELL. ordcival.-, DAVID CltAJO, or Mncleaj. County Judge, GROVE P. TERRELL, or Mcluunii. County Commissioner, J.N. DAVIS, or Sllvertun. County Clerk, L. V. KHLEN.of Huttevlllc. Sherlir, F. T. WIUGiiTMAN, of Salem. Ri'cordcr, F. W. WATERS, or Sale ii. Atuawor, J. W. IIOBART, of Chirlleld. Surveyor, II. n. IIERRICK, of Yew Park. Treasurer, JASPER ..MINTO, of Salem....

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 May 1896

E30SENATOR INOALLS. Continued flora first pge. uiatcly, tliouh mysteriously, connect ed with, the llnanclal system that bas been developed In the past twenty yeard. The contraction of the circu lation medium of all the great nations by the destruction of the money func tions of silver Is, to my mind, the chief cause. I can see up other ex planation of it, though Idd not offer that ns a solution. "We art told time after time Jin the east that' any one holding those views is either a mad man, n knave or tf fool. Not wlBMntf to be put In any of these classes, I simply offer the suggestson as n possi ble cailsc, and leave It to otuors to de termine nhother one. It is a curious fact, though, that, with Increasing population, creating Increasing de mands for food and clothing, nil prod ucts of the farm and Held have dimin ished in value, and that with the ex 'haustlon of the public domain farm ing land should become more and mora unsalable In short, that with Idle capital constantly accum...

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 May 1896

if i' ' saritasuaKaasuaMUMMH :. 5t ; -: nw' mi t jvv m, uV ik Ir..V , fc If.' ' MritftfbsMfifi Daly Capital Journal liy moKKR BKOTHERS, FKIDAY.SMAY 1, 1800. I DAILY LINE iO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. Portland, 6145 . m. Salem, 745 m Indeendence, 61J0 a m, (,'ulck lltne. regular crvlc! . ...rnicj SUNDAY, 9:00 a. m, 10115 a.m. 6yx a m, and cheap I'. IIAI.DW1N, Agent, Salem. SOCIAL REVELATIONS. 525 Miss RA. Stewart, K ' MnllNERY, All grade of good', ft" f ''"' j lovcl price, ! tlie li"ei the I market allim!. j 94 State St I" in 1 1 ', I - L'--TJ'-'..";fgS? About Jack Cooper. Walter Lyon writes in the Oregolun about J. A. Coeper: J, A. Cooper, who lias superintended tho department of funning at the penitentiary Hlnce October lust, wuh relieved of hi pmlllun today, and John II. l'orler will Ikj Installed as his successor tomorrow. Mr. Cooper Is much aggrieved at his removal, which he claims Is due to tho lieurtless demand of politics, lie claims that ho has Incurre...

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 May 1896

""Syfipwsvfixvirv" - DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. : ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. f OL. 8. SALEM, OREGON, SATUIIBJCY LAY 8, 189. NO. 105 Made in Salem X 2C puna and Summer 1896 V-' '"i, Q U VUHUI vv A I Ilk S'izes.35 to 44, OUtilS' Sizes 13 to 19, i ovs rvnee --Suits 00$ 1M STORE OR SALE r6HEflP. TOWN PROPERTY. sst desirable location. Inquire at this office. LLMANTHETERROR f Is Laving Down the Law to the Democrats, IERMAN DENUNCIATION I Is The American Issue Against British Toryism. Washington, May 2 Tno debate tho sennto Friday was of n dra- itlc and sensational character, ro lling tho famous Ingalls-Voorhoes (test of some years ago. Senator lliuan, of South Carolina, again Blight his unique personality into i debate, his speech being the first i of any length since his memorablo ilden effort, attacking public of- ills high and low. While ho spoke i silver pitchfork recently presented him in the West was conspicu- sly displayed on his scarf. Tho itor used blunt words, character- Ic of his utte...

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 May 1896

y n . & , i m ;li r e it ra '" , t Ci & Itf lit. IS i t J,1-" - ft " ' 'fa , Tisc I Iks !' P.' ! 4f tf . - J U 1 I. A is. I nr-i JKJSfSr ' limb, ue " nn4Ae Plaster ... it.-i.-.t r -ntinf crfclta and Imlta- Bear in mindnoi one 01 " - - Uons Js m good as the genuine. Allcock's Daily Capital Jowl BY HOKBR DROTHBRS HATUHDAY, MAY 2, 1800. STATE IlEPUBLICAK TICKET. For Huprcino JiidKC, 11. S. BEAM, or Liino County. For rreslileiitliil ISIetJloro, T. T. GEKK, of .Marlun County. 8. M. YOItAN, of Lime. E.L. SMITH, of Wiihco. T. F. CAl'LKS, or Mtiltnoiiiiih. For ConurCiHiiiiiii Firm Coiit'riwsioinil District, TIIOS. H. TONGUE; of WiiHhlntoti County. , , ,, . , For District Attorney Third Judicial District, , n t JOHN A.CAllSON.of Marlon County. COUNTY ItKI'UULICAN TICKKT. ltcprcsentHtlverf, 1)11. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, II. L. UAItlCLEY, of Woodbiirn, E. Y. CHAPMAN, of Ilrooks, M'XINLEY MITCHELL, of Clonals, DAVID CJtAIG, or Maclcay. County Judge, G HOVE V, TEKHELL, or Mcliamn. County ...

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 May 1896

o TO GAIN WEIGHT. Pale, Thin People Usually are Diseased. The First Step Necessary to Gain Flesh is Health, then Proper Food for both Body and Nerves. An Old Soldier's Clear, Straightforward Statement. JYom the Florence, the cozy little suburb to the north of Omaha Is agog with excitement. The older generation, of which the popula tion of Florence is mostly composed, are ap parently getting young again, ami vie with the younger generation iu feats of strength and nclllty. A World-Herald reporter tru attracted bv the evidence of renewed activity of Rome of the oliler inhabitants of the village and en quired the cause. Mr. Andrew Finkenkeler, who was n member of Company B of the First Iowa Volunteers during the war, made tho following explanation of his strong, healthy iipm-aranee, when for years ho had been crinnlcd or compelled to lie on a. ulelr bed with n complication of disorders result Ing Irom tue hardships which he was com pclled to endure. lie said : VIn July, 1800, while my ...

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 May 1896

WWwSw5jpPf'!WFliP8PBfirT "nSf . fijlapiiTjoijS BY HOFER BROTMBKS. SOCIAL REVELATIONS. next, under tlio auspices of the Mc- Klnlev Republican emu or Lincoln a D.ni,nd Ncwsofthe Do!nffs.rpolncti There will bo addresses 11. Tongue, u. . of Oregon People Mrs. George J. Pearco from Portland last night, returned Ibv Hons. Tlios. MooresandJ. A. Carson, xne Tur ner brass band and tho McKlnley SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1890. rjsaqsEESnLSClSBJa?! DAILY tINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. Portland, 64S m Salem, 745 " Independence, 6130 a, m. SUNDAY. 9:00 ,m. ions a.m. 6o a.m. (Juick time, reguUrVei vice and cheap P. 'BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. rtttM 4 v"". M tt iik rnmrtnttc will furnish music for the . '0C'K ,Lrr' occasion.. Speaking Is to begin at 10 Disciplinarian Brewer, of Clicmawa ' s,mrP Indian school, was in town uuuy- Mrs. D. J. Holmes, of Portland, Is at Salem a guest of her son, Frank. Miss Llllle Crawford, of Albany, Is inthcclty, the guest of Miss Mabel Orelghton. n Mnrv ...

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 May 1896

r )iyi'wiwjMPTTy7WTp'rr' Wjr- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY MAY , I89C. 0.1S New 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 shirts, 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 sec for yourslcvcs, E.T.BARNES. OR SALE MAP. TOWN PROPERTY. lost desirable location. S HOT LETTER, ite Superintendent-of the Insane Asylum 'RITESA SCATHING NOTE Hacks the Prison and School Land Management, Portland, May 2. The man who ttempts to uncover tlie wrong phlch has Intrenched Itself in n cloak ' resprectablllty seta for hlni6elf a sk which is lik...

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 May 1896

rf?n,-"vwfgr rynW$!1llrPWrw- iA ,. ,; lV" ' L... 4 ."k J f . & ' i.. ; i an "4 j it J' I yjlapiiaN BV HOFBH BROTHERS. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1690. STATE HEl'UBLLCAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, It. S. BEAN, of Laud Count), v Fbr Prudential Elector, T. T. GEEK, of Marlon County. Vi t. arinm.nf WnBCO. J. RUAl'LES, of Multnomah. Tor CongVcssinnn'FIret Congressional TIIOS. H. TONGUE, of Washington For District Attorney Third Judicial JOHN A.CAHSON.of Marlon County. COUNT hepuulioan tickkt. Ilcprcsentntlvcs. , J, N. SMITH, or Buiew, DR II. L, UAKKLKY. 01 wuuuuum, .W v, w. miAl'MAN, or urooKH, M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of nervals, DAVID CltAIO, of Jiiicletiy. County Judge, GROVE I'. TERRELL, of Mchamn. County Commissioner, c 'J.N. DAVIS, of Bllvcrton. County Clerk, I. V. EHLEN, of Buttovllle. Sheriff, F. T. WRIGHTMAN, of Salem. Recorder, 1 W. WATERS, of Ealoni., Assessor, J. W. 1101! A JIT. of Garfield. Surveyor, B. 11. HERHICK, of Yew Park. Treamirer, JASPERJMINTO, of Salem. School Superintendent,. GE...

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. — 4 May 1896

T. r ".- lJflmf"TV ' ? , tfprtrvwi Nervous Pcoplo find just tho help they eo much I need, In Hood's SareaparilU. It fur- nielica tho desired strength by puri ty'iiigt vitalizing and enriching the blood, and thus builds up the nerves, t Hies tho stomnch and regulates the whole system. Bead this: " I want to pralso Hobd'n Bantaparilhr. y health run down, and. I had the grip. 1 fler that, my heart and nerVons system , era badly affected, bo that I could not dd mv own work. Our physician gave me t b tne help, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood's SarsaparlUa. Boon I could do all my own housework. I havo taken Cured ! Hood's Pills with Hood's SarsaparlUa, p and they havo dono me much good. I h will not bo without them. I havo taken 13 bottlcsof Hood's SarsaparlUa, and through tho blessing ot God, it has cured mo. I worked as hard as over tho past sum mer, and I am thankful to nay I am ft welt. Hood's Pills when taken with Hood's SarsaparlUa help very much." Mns. M. M. MEaaENCiEn, Frc...

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. — 4 May 1896

V. '. m U' i T '3iii Iff fi' I H. -tfVJfl Vi! ' Ir fcfl U? u. A ip Daily Capital Journal BY MOfBR DROTHBRS, MONDAY, MAY 4, 1890. DAlLV LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS iAltona and Ramona; LEAVE "DA1LV. SUNDAY. Portland, 0'4S a. in. 9-o ". Salem, 7145 a. m. "5 " Independence, 6130 a. m. Oo a.m. 2LC , , Quick time, regular lervlce and cheap .... rates ... M. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. WM MWa"IM''W PERSONAL. Iloii Looncy and sons of Jefferson were In town today. Elmo Davis of Morrison, Lincoln county, Is in this city. Senator A. Oesner went to Portland tills morning on the local train. Attorney Geo. W. Fulton, had a caho before the supremo court today. John Wassom, of Lebanon, Is in the city to see Ills son, a life tenner at tlio pen. Frank Sottlctiilor, manager of tlio Woodburn nurseries, spent Sunday, in the city. Hon. Samuel Layman and dipt. J. M. Pooritian of Woodburn wero In town today. Bob. Thompson rettirned to Port land this morning after spentllngSun day with his family. Attorneys Ho...

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. — 5 May 1896

"WW WH mt-'T "''nsfwt n -. . DAILY JOURNAL: ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SALEM, OJKEGON, TUESDAY MlAY 5, 18. NO. 16 (jAxl JL jSLIj Made in Salem by Salem People 2C " "" . prlno and Summer Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44, youtus' Sizes 13 to 19, Boys' Knee buits WOUllpUTORE FOR SALE GfOT. TOWN PROPERTY. lost desirable location. 'Inquire at this office. IE HOPES FOR PEACE President KrugerStillJhinks Troubles Ended, ILOSER UNIONS DESIRED With All the Other South African Republics. E Pretouia, May 5. The volksvnnd assembled to-dny. President Krueger fin Ills speech epcnlngparllumcntsnld: Wff 'Tn Qtitfn nt f lin nn of trmihloa rt t.lin (republic it continues to maintain friendly relations with foreign pow ers." An expression of hope by the Prcsl- ient that a closer union would soon i effected between tho Orange Free State and the South African republic, Is regarded as significant. CORRESPONDENCE. R Capetown, May C (Copyrighted 1890, by Associated Press) A long tel egraphic correspondence ...

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. — 5 May 1896

" W!W,,Wv"Tw?"r"" mvn . ,(m f ru - snra . tl ' i . ... ll u oJat In (he back. SldS. CilCSt, Of II J9H WHUl iB n " rT n tab, KM n . Plaster Bbar m MlMD-Not oae ef Ike host of counterfeits and knlta- , ttgns is as good as toe genuine. Allcock's Daily Capital Journal BY HOUNffiR. BROTHBRS, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1890. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, B. S. BEAN, of Lane County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEEK, of Murlon County. S. M. YOU AN, of Lane. E.L. SMITH, oMVnRCO. J. F. CAPL.ES, of Multnoinalj. For Congressman First Congressional District, TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Wellington County. , , For District Attorney Third Judicial District. JOHN A.CARSON.of Marlon County. COUNTY HEPUULIOAN TICKCT. Representatives, DU. J. N.SMITH, of Salem, 11. L. UAIIKLEY, of Woodburn, E. IV. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, , M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of Gervals, DAVID CUAIG, of Macleay. County Judge, GROVE T. TEIlltELL, of Mclmma. ZZ County Commissioner, KV J. N. DAVIS, of Sllverton. County Clerk, L. V. EIILEN, of ...

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. — 5 May 1896

Gloom Of 111 health, despondency and despair, gives way to the sunshine of hope, happiness and health, upon taking II uaV Pareapniiila, bccatifio it gives renewed Hfo and vitality to the blood, dud through thnt imparti i mtc strcn J gth, igor mid energy ,to tho whole body. Head this letter: 'ilood'uSac WH sapor 1 11a helped me woudorfnliy)- changed slclcnesa to health, gloom to sun shine. No noil can describe what I auf t red. 1 wm deathly trick, had nick head aches every tow days and those terrible tired, despondent letting, with heart trollies po that 1 could not go up and down ntn'.H without clajijlnsr inv hand over in heart and resting. In fact, It would al.llopl tako my breath away. I suf fered so I did not care to lire, yet I had much to llvo for. There la no nlrasnrn In life if deprived of health, for life bocomes a burden. Hood's Sarsaparllla docs far more thiui advertised. After taking ono bottle, it i3 sufucloiit to recommend itself." Mrs. J. E. Burnt, Uelolt, Iowa. 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. — 5 May 1896

SSSSSmmPV jpwi W'JWgPIHPIftSHPW jSWWAJW? f"v lyfW'X m ?v s'v SIR :?$ .4 KIT -I .si'tirl f-84 I ' & 9 V t! A l III I II l !!! I '' Daily Capital Journal. BY UOFBR BBOTHBRSi TUESDAY, MAY G, 1890. DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS i Altona and Ramona SUNDAY. 9:00 a. m. 10115 a.m. 6oa.m. LEAVE nAii.Y. 'Portland, 614s a, m. Salem, 7145 a. m. Independence, 6130 a. m. Quick time, regular service and cheap "M.BALDWIN. Agent, Salem. REED'S OPERA HOUSE. May G-Thos. Tongue, speaking. Mav 8-Prof. Tyndull, mind icuder BnBSSJrnI.ll, mind reader and clairvoyant. May 20 ltepublleans. May 30 J)ecorallon exercises J uno horses Juno horses. 12 Fror. Hrestars eciucaicu 13-Irof. Brcstal's educated PERSONAL. Cuslck was an Albany went not tli on tlie Dr. W. A. vhltor today. Senator Ucsncr afternoon train. A. V. McCarty, of Gates, Is In the city on-busiticRS. E. M. Laforc went to Portland on tho afternoon train. Copt. S. n. Onus by, of Argenti, la a Salem visitor today. Juiiich Altkcn went up to bis far...

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. — 6 May 1896

,- Jf DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ? ' h ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. 1.. 8. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. MAY . I&G. NO, 16 New York 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 shirts, 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 sec for yourslevcs, B.T.BARNES. FOR SALE GHEflP. TOWN PROPERTY. IMost desirable location. MIL RHODES QUITS lis Resignation of the Direc torship Confirmed, IENTENCES ARE REDUCED "he Johannesburg Reformers Get Off Very Easily. r London, Mny C The report that Uecli Rhodes nnd. Albert Belt have eslgned ns directors of tho British Phartcred South Africa Company J3 ...

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. — 6 May 1896

; r - ' "" , , .. Daily Capita! Journal By HOFER BROTHBR3, WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1800. Sate iiipaDLiOAN ticket Forl9ironiejQdeo. It, 3, BBAlor.Lanc County, For Preputial Electors, T. T. OEBH; of Mtfrlon County. S.M.YORAN, of Little. E.L.HMlTH,onyasco. .?. l OAPIjKS, of Multnotiml . Vor CoiiKrcH-itimn First CoiiKresslonuI Dlntrlet) TllOS. II. TONGUE, of Wiwhlnutoii County. , , ., , , For District Attorney Tlilnl Judicial District. JOHN A.CARtiON.of Marlon County. COUNTY IlEl'UHMCAN TICKET. Itcprcscntatlvcs, DK. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, II. L. HAKKLHY, of Woodburn, E. V. OH A I'M AN. or llrooICK, M'K INLHY MITCHELL, of Uervals, DAVID CltAKJ, of Mack-ay. County Judge, . GROVE P. TERRELL, or Mclmiua. County Commissioner, , J. N. DAVIS, of Sllverton. County Clerk, I. V. EHLEN,oriuttevlllc. HiiarUT, F. T. WltlOHTMAX, of Salem. Rci'order, J W, WATERS, or Salem.' Assessor, J. W. HOBA11T, of Garfield. Surveyor, R. H. HERRICK, of Yew Turk. Trcaflurcr, JASPER JUNTO, of Salem. School Superintendent, ...

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. — 6 May 1896

" ' ry T-wwrri JIM r Some Campaigp figures For Democrats and Popiiljstvto Striiggle With. I I I I .IIIHHii..! Republicans Paste Thea inYou(i Hats and Pull Them, IB E 13 .... 18TiJ .... I(i0. . imi.. .. istW .... 10:1 .. . Jotll.. .. m't .. . IHIW., . 18(17..,. , 1-juS . . , 180!) . ... 1H70 lh"l JH72 .... 1873 Ib74 187.') 1870 1877 1878 1879 1880 18SI Wl IjA'J 18S4 1885 1880 1887 1883 1889 18SK). .. 1891.... 1892.... 1803.... 1894... 1895.... Customs revenue' I2xccn5 or revenue over expenditure Excess of expenditure over revenue. !fl-0,0J0,51.28 1711,417.810.88 in4.4jtilr!).rrt 180,O18,428.f 194,538,374.44 L,00,27O,403.(K) 210,370,280.77 188,030,522.70 103,103,833.09 157,107,722.35 148,071,984.01 130,050,403.07 130,170,080.20 137,250,047.70 180,522,004.60 193,150,070.02 220,410,730.25 214,700,490.03 105,007,489.70 181,471,939.31 192,005,023.14 217,280'893.13 210,091.173.03 223,832,711.09 229,0(58,581.57 210,622,205.23 177,452,004.15 203,:L")5,010.73 131,318,530.02 152,158,017.15 $ 3...

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. — 6 May 1896

" '' '' -'- - . Daily Capital Journal BY IIOimR DROTHKR3. WEDNESDAY, MAY 0,1800. M P i " 7,;y r n in r it1 i 3JS3M?" -KfWt DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. t STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE IMII.V. UDAY' '.Portland, 6:45 m 9:0 a' m B t.1.nmlrnr fino a. m. OJOO a m. L Ilim."""", --J- - . - t Culck time, regular service and clieap ....rMes ... M. I'. IJALDWIN. Agent, Salem. Reed's Opera House, I'ATTON PROS., Lcescit and Manners. Friday and Saturday, M.W 8 AND n. Engagement Extraordinary Prof, J.Alex, Mclvor Tuna In his marvelous tests of Psyche-Somnambulism Or Occult Demonstrations, The wonders of Ghostland rex vcalcd, Startling! Thrilling ! Overpowering ! Kerythlng will bcilone In full view of ilic audience. Everybody bewildered, dumb founded, nonplussed. Door open at 7. Demonstration at H115. (ieneral admission 50c. Reserved icati 73c. Children arc. Free ! Free ! Sec ilic fiee open air lettt from llie Wll Inmrtte hotel, 1'ilday nfiemoon, at 3 o'clock, Tyndnll In liU fuiloui blindfold drive....

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