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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 7 May 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL: - ? t ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. &L VOL.. 8. SALT5M, OKEGOK, OJIIUBSDAY. MAY 7, 1896. iro.i m X Made in Salem V t 4s Sprino and Summer cccISSq.ca:: Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to '44- youths' Sizes 13 to 19, Boys' Knee Suits NQOiEti W& STORE THE GOLDEN STATE Has Adopted a New Silver 'Platform. HAVETHEIR CONVICTIONS And Are Not Af.aid to Them Plainly. Express Sacuamento, May 7. The report of the committee on platform was then made. Tlio platform favors the pro posed amendment to the constitution of California extending the elective franchise to women; Indorses the course or Senator Perkins; indorses tlio work of tho national Republican league; favors the free and unlimited colnugoof silver at the ratio of 10 to 1, and making silver as well as gold legal tender In tho payment of nil debts, both public and private; favors cood roads and pledges the Republican party to the policy of constructing throughout tho country roads on a scientific and economic basis; deman...

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. — 7 May 1896

"W 1 IA 'M mm ? H ? i y in M '"Ml r : '&& v" ii '', ..r . r--if. ji? .t... f If you want ft ture reJteT for psuns.m injJcf) , . limb, uae an Allcock's Bear IN Mind Not one of the host of counterfeits and imita tions Is as good as the genuine. Porous Plaster Daily Capital Journal BY HOKKR BROTHBR3, TilUIlSDAY, MAY 7, 1800. STATE 11KPUIJLICAN TICKET For Supreme .Indue, II. S. BEAN, of Lane County. For rresuluiuinl Miwtors, T. T. OBBK, of Marlon County. 8. M. YOHAN, ofLnne. E. L. SMITH, of Wasco. J. F. VA I'lilis. of Mull noiiiiili. ForCoiiuicmiimii Flrsi (.otigiwloiwl Dlslrlcl, TIIOS. II. TOXCU'E. of "SVashlnBtoii County. For District Attorney Third Jmlleliil District. JOHN A. CARSON.of Marlon County. COUNTY KBI'UHMCAN TICKET. IlpprwiitiitlveH, !)H. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, H L. IJAK1CLEY, of Wooduiirn, E. W. CHAPMAN, of Jlrooks, M'KINLEY MITCH ELL, of Gervnls, DAVID CltAIO, of Mncleay. County Judge, GROVE V. TERRELL, of Mclianm. County Commissioner, .T.N. DAVIS, of Sllverton. C...

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. — 7 May 1896

"'7,"Sr T1 yrwf.'" "TT MONOMETALLISM. A tor. ipondent Shows Up the Fallacies of Goldbuglsm. ,itToa JottnNAL,f If It wcrCnol siii-li a wrious matter It would lie 11 USlrttf t( bW tllO InCOIlKihtCIK'y r-tllO ( hi. mllctlorw-t he dcsporjin- vjttlrni- (ns or tiie joiHinig jin. it is niut;ii ton I most mnHPumj mmb mini , i In the inteiiiKcucc 01 iiiu..iiitrira.i people, to think that they nYo reading such a lot of Infernal trtuiiny-rot day after day and year lifter year swallowing It all, and never geetlng Pan inkling of the fact that there must le a nigger In tho woodpile. There Is tone way to account for this, and that E'ison thosuipposltloiuliatthethiiuicjal question lias been w iK'clouded anil LVfiulillert by those "great" porsoirs f'who have tried to explain it on the kgold K putliesls that the people have fconcliid -.1 that tho whole business Is Itoo complicated for tho ordlmuy un- .derstaiuUng to grapplo with. So they Jfollow their leaders like a flock of sheep, nover stopping to ...

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. — 7 May 1896

jlfr-"" fts tyijf , kf tin- ' ( 1 ,-wv !'M&?M 1! a ! e?wf-w - '.?S m-n ,j -.y j( C &B iii oj. a. , ' M .;?. -4; .. v.? i a .MS -TYNDflLL'S- Great Blindfold Street Drive, Thrilling, Daring, Furious, From Willamette Hotel, Tomorrow, Friday Afternoon, at 3 o'clock, Reed's Opera House, Friday and Saturday nights, May 8 ami l. PERSONAL. J. K. Detwcllcr, of Turner, was a Salem visitor Unlay. C. L. Keller and family, left today for Portland, llielr ftituie liome. Joint A. 1)1 tier, tho Sublimity mer chant, went to Poi Hand this morning. KUIer UarUley was In llioclty today, returning to Woodburn tlilsafternoou. Ed. T. Judd, Jr., of the asylum tot tago farm, Is In tlio city tills after noon. Father White icturncd homo last evening accompanied hy Father Illld ehrandt, pastor of tho Oregon City Catholic cliurch. It. I). Sheridan and daughters Min nie and Grace, of llooluig, who have been visiting In Salem, went to Port land this inoriilnir. Geo. Altkeuhas taken a position as salesman a...

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. — 8 May 1896

THirj T-rw -"- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. t ASSOCIATKD FR&SS DAILY. VOIj. 8. SALEM, OKEGO,SFKIDAY, aiAY 8, 1896. KO. 16 New York Racket Are 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, laundried 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 forxnen and boys at prices that will save you 25 per cent. Call and sec for yourslcvcs, E.T.BARNES. HE ENGLISH GULL toother Display of British Arrogance iBOUT SEAL FISHERIES, iris Arbitration Deficient in im portant Respects. K Washington, May, 8. Tlio negotl- fitions between the United States and Ircat Brltlan, respecting the Behrlng eu seal fisheries during tho past year, lindlcate that these fisheries are in a I...

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. — 8 May 1896

ttFTTTW TtwrnSf.TW -' Wv , Afflm silt VwuH ft' lite I i' i -p. fi H81 mMSHVa BSG H PllJEl itw MM " Daily Capital Journal BY HOH'BSR BROTHBRSi PEIDAY, MAY 8, 1800. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, It. S. BEAN, or Lane County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEEK, o( Mtirlon County. B. M. YdRAN, of Lane. E.L. SMITH, of Wasco. J. Y. CAPLES, of Multnoiiinli. For Congressman First Congressional District, . , , TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington County. .,,,,,, For District Attorney Third JticJlcliil District, , JOHN A. CAHSON.of Marlon County. COUNTY ltEPUHMCAN TICKET. Representatives, DR. J.N. SMITH, of Sa cm, H. L. I3ARKLEY, ofWoodburn, E. V. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, M'KINLEY MITCHELL, of Gcrvals, DAVID CRAIG, or Macleay. County Judgo, GUOVE P. TERRELL, of Meliama. County Commissioner, J.N. DAVIS, of Sllverton. ri County Clerk,' L. VTEIILEN, of Huttevllk'. Klierlff,: F. T. WIUOIITMAN, of Salcni. Recorder, F. W. WATERS, of Sulcm. Assessor, J. W. HOUAKT, of Gui fluid. Surveyor, IJ B....

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. — 8 May 1896

T"TOSpipw,iMr,,TOijijsr"wrCTr -" r" r -wnrit v -tt' tfffrE ,ome Campaigfr figures !op D?iwais Straggle Republicans Paste Them in Your Hats and full 1 Excess of Excess of " Customs . revenue. expenditure g revenue. over over 3 .' - i expenditure revenue. " ' ' ... ' '., 158 , ".- ... $27,529,904.43 159...... . i..." 15,584,511.10 100 .,.-v.,. ........ 7,003,090.50 101 ;ifeM( . 25,030,714.50 02 . .... ffitfeS', t- 422,774303.48 03 ..Vfr'i " 02,a3,434.22 54' " ..., 000,005,870.37 5 .... 903,840,010.33 Co! $179,040,051.28 8 37,223,203.07 07 170,417,810.88 133,091,335.11 68 ... 104,404,599.50 28,207,798.40 09 180,048,428.03. ..., ,48,078,409.41 70 194,538,374.44 - . 101,001,010.88 71 .... 200,270,408.05 . .-. 01,140,750.04 72 210,370,280.77' 90,588,001.89 73 188,089,522.70 43,392,059.34 74 103,103,833.09 . 2,344,882.30 15 157,107,722.35 , 13,370,058.20 f0 148,071,084.01 20,022,241.83 : 17 130,050,403.07 30,340,577.00 78 130,170,680.20 ' ' 20,709,651.00 19 137,250,047.70 :.. 0,879,300.03 ...

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. — 8 May 1896

9 s' . 5 W hf . . n w a " - . STB ii51 Sd 3SMLW .. C 1 , . H1'A .L&m T,S rM r-3 w ' i ah j MMTrMMMIWWWW''',tf'"WW-' ' mii "WW -...," .. Reed's Opera House REVELATIONS. Tonight and Saturday Night, May 8 and 9 TyNDflLL, The Master of Mystery, Doors open at p m, Demonstration at 815, S N" l- " n" - -.1 A J -- ooi -. S Or W' vjeiierui jc i.vaixxxoot Reserved scats, 75c, Children Zbc, as s"l VcJ vav PRTVA H 511 lllNVjrc at his parlors, Willamette Hotel, commencing Saturday and few days thereafter, personal. Ncv today for to Geo. W. Davis returned from port today. R. M. OrolBan Is In Portland on business. v. v.. Mntldnnk took tlio bout Portlnnd today. Aiiippninn Thou, lioliniin went Portland today on business. r. and Mrs. J. S. Nye, of Sidney wero Salem visitors today. Squire Farrnr tills morning went down to Aurora on hop business. Attorney "V. II. Holmes transacted leual business In Oregon City today. Thos. Kay camo down from "Water loo on tlio early train this mornliiR Archblslion ...

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. — 9 May 1896

y " fjT"',viy--- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ,;.v ASSOCIATED PFJLBSS DAILY. L VOL. 8. SALEM, OKEGOK, S A'fdBY, MAY , 18 NO. HMf -T J J5C Made in Salem .- pring and Summer lien's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44, syoutns Sizes 13 to 19, -Suits Bovs Knee r W I V&OX&H fiM STORS. SOCIAL REVELATIONS. Sonic Personals and News'of the Doings of Oregon People. "Mrs. W. II. Drcnnon, of Salem, left i today for a visit nt Roseburg. i .ill-., riiiuiv nim, wi iiuuuj, uim Ul... . I. ...... ..11. !. , C.tm .m., lwi..kt M... T I. IM.IIl" ,.t All.inu tllw 'tun iiuvii viaitniK ui. .)nii.-iii, lihj iiwint; t today. MIssTwinke Gmliam, of Graham (Landing, took the boat for home to- Mny. Miss "Eva Lee, a tcnohcr .at the re- Iform school, was n Salem visitor to- lay. " Miss "Willis, of Salem, is a euest at. the Van Houtcn. Roseburg Plain- dealer. Miss Minnie Ircto'fi went to Turner today with Miss Mabel, who has boon visiting her. Mrs. W. P. It. Smith, of South Sa- tlcin, Is confined with n 6crJoux caso of inflamm...

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. — 9 May 1896

ft i. i ? i !M"i '$. W? O IflM ' ,4 : ,- 'v.a l-i I IVW1 u I' If- Daily Capital Journa BY HOFEK BROTHERS SATURDAY, MAY 0, 1890. ST ATE jikpuiilican ticket Tor Supreme Judge, II. S. BEAN, or Liino County. For Presidential Electors, T. T.'GEEK. of Marlon County. S. M. YORAN, of Lane. H.L. SMITH, of Wasco. , J. 1 CAl'LES, of Multnomah. l-'or Congressman First Congressional District, TIIOS. H. TONGUE, of Washington County. , , , For District Attorney Third Judicial District. JOHN A. CAKSON.of Marlon County. OOCNTY HUPUULICAN TICKKT. Tlinresentatlvcs. DR. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, II. L. HAIiKLEV, of Woodlntrn, E. W. CHAPMAN, of Urooks, , M'KINLEY MITCHELL. of (Jervals, DAVID CRAIG, of Macleay. County. I tidgc, GROVE P. TERRELL, of Mcliama. County Commissioner, .l.N. DAVIS, or Sllverton. County Clerk,' L. V. EIILEN, of Ilutloville. Sheriff,; P. T. WRIGIITMAN, of Salem O Recorder, P. W. WATERS, of-Salem. Assessor, J. W. HORART, of Garlleld. Surveyor, BB. HERRICK, Jof.Ycw Park. Treasurer, JAS...

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. — 9 May 1896

If yoa.wiat ft tare relief for limbs, use mi Allcock's Bear IK MIND Kot one of tions la as good as the geHuiae. OUR BOOK TABLE. Incws About New Pereodtcals and Publications. i Mnvnnrd. Merrill & Co., 4,1-47 East .Tenth street, New loric, nave issued frMncnuluv's History of England, wltn explanatory notes. By mall, 24 cents. R The Monthly Illustrator, 60-08 Con- iter street, iNcw iork,.ior niny, mis Inn Illustrated article on Skandlnavlan Customs and Character, by -HJalmar- itoycsoti. "Is the Power of Christianity Wan ing? Nnl" is the tho .title or a paper in the May Forum by Dr II. ac Car- xill, who had charge of tho religious fcciisus. . M. ; Outing for May has n number of bplendld and enticing articles on listi ng and otner spons oi ino season, it, . nvpiimlvi! In its Held because It ex- Urninq nil others from Its class. It is i.i "Outing" even for those who can- kot take mi outing. ti E-Tlic following books have been pub- 1 Islicd from the press oi uuaries n. Kerr & Compa...

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. — 9 May 1896

v !.-5T f SPBCIAL T WW n j M: i y 'M- I n i.in i " ; i 5 fi Mi Reed's Opera House, Tonight, Last Night, W III fWwBv v 2 mill I i I I 'gr MtMKtffirniMiff A fl iff jyBNpBfi I mC9 $ Till II wl J II If CHibtnWHHbbjmWIuM - vJv nil ii i mi amwn in owvu ti'iMiMiMinu iiii mifj r wownnyiiiM'xuy i - y tr. xx . . i HBOM Admission all over the house 25c. Coupon tickets on sale at Patton's bookstore, Private sittings oday and Sunday at the Willamette, PERSONAL. Ilccolvor J U. Anson Is In Portland forn Sunday vlhlt. J. 0. Johnson was u Portland busi ness visitor today. Hon. David Craig, of Mitt'lciiy, was j in tlio city today. Hon. II. It. Klncnld went to Eugene today to upend Sunday al home. John Lewis, Democratic oandldato for assessor, wont to Jefferson today. J. (J. Qoodalc, the Coning and Salem lumberman, loturned to Coburg today. Chairman Ilendcrshottof tho Demo crallc commlttco was In thoelty to day. Prof. Z. M. Parvln ciimc down from jMuunynn inocnriy irain mis morn Intf. J. A. Itotnn, 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. — 11 May 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. . ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL.. 8. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY MAY II, 189C. NO. It New York Racket Are 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, lad 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, EXT. BARN BS. Downing Replies. Salkm, Mny 8. (To the editor.) In Hie Oregonlan of 3d Inst, there up- cured a letter from one Harry Lane t-horcln he charges mo with having fcomtnlttcd certain grave crimes while erving as superintendent of tho state snltentiary uf this state. ' I am well aware of tho fact that the Mlumsofu newspaper are not the rope...

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. — 11 May 1896

WJJ.IWWHWWIJ iw ?mipw w wviMwtrn' r r'?r.'vi .jj v. I J, iff . 't !. f If 'ill Pi P u ; I 4 1 & j "' 11 ,l ' Ma . ' j$ fc :M 4 ' I?, i ?'jsr tm ?fT l" '. i n-' P""1" -- Daily Capital Journa BY HOFtCR BROTHBR8 MONDAY, MAY-11, 1800. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET For Supremo Juttee, R. 8. HEANj CiftLniie County. For l'rcslcJejitial Electors, T. T. GEEK, of Marlon County. S. M. YOKAN.of Lane. X? T. RMlTIf.nf Wnsco. JL MS i,'-.. --1 - - -- . CAl'LiEa, or .Mtiiinoniui . IDEAL .POLITICS V ' The, WW4 wyetl), theloVAof money Id the root of'all.-ovil.t So Belllliness Is the curse of politics. It lo easy to Siv. wo uhoulrl approach the public service, the common good, unselfishly. ' To do It Is another thliij. ' Hut not all can pursue politics for what llieie Is In It. Some one must 'perform civic duty from pure and patriotic motives. If It Is only the , voters, the masses of them must vote from a sense of duty and not because ' they arc paid to go to the polls. Tin. .TnnitK.u, ias consiauuy in-...

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. — 11 May 1896

4pjWtP7W,n"'"-"r- n 1 mm. Some Campaign figures TH6 capital Journal EAST AND SOUTH .VIA- pop Democrats and Popiilisls to Shasta Route. FOR 189'6. OF HIE Struggle With. RepublicarisTastc Thd-i in Your Hats and Pull Them 8 - S Customs revenue. Excess of revenue over expenditure Excess of expenditure over revenue. 1858... 1859... 1800. . . , 1801..., 18(52. . . , 1803..., 1804..., 1805.... 1800. . . . 1807.... 1808.... 1800.... 1870.... 1871.... 1872 ... 1873.... 1874.... 1875. . . . 1870.... 1877.... 1878.... 1870.... 1880.... 1881.... J jO 1SS3 ... 1881.... 1885.... 1880.... 1887.... 1888.... 188!) ... .1800. .. 1891.... icnA f JO"-.... nam 1894... , 1805 $179,040,051.28 170,417,810.88 104,404,609.50 180,048,428.03 194,538,374.44 200,270,408.05 210,370,280.77 188,080,522.70 103,103,833:09 157,107,722.35 148,071,084.01 130,050,493.07 130,170,080.20 137,250,047.70 180,522,064.00 108,150,070.02 220,410,730.25 214,700,490.03 105,007,489.70 181,471,039.34 192,905,023.44 217,280'893.13 210...

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. — 11 May 1896

- WT"- AT" -r-y iii'tiiinii DJ2PS5I Daily Capital Journal BY HOPER DROTHBRS,' MONDAY, MAY-J 1,1890. By Special Request, -TYNDALL Will Rive his gr.mil seance embracing hypotHm.mcsrneriun nnil telepathy at Need's opeia houie, Wednesday, May 13. Ad mission all over the house 25 cenlt Srcuie coupon ticket at Pal ton's IxxkMore. Clair voyant sittings until Wednesday night at Willamette hotel. Secure cnaajfeinentH at once. FUTURE EVENTS. May 14 Columbia fete. May 80 Decoration exercises. Juno 12-13-Pror. Bristol's educated llOfKCS. May 23-Local Held day, University and Y. Jf. C. A., Salem. May 2!) County canvass by Republi can candidates at. Malum. Juno 1 General election. Juno () Intercollegiate- Oregon Held day, Salem. Juno 10 Republican national con vention. St. Louis. June 1(1 Annual reunion of Oregon pioneers, Portland. Julv 7 Democratic national con vention, ('IiIcmko. July 22 National Populist con vention, St. Louis. SOCIAL REVELATIONS. Some Personals and News of the Dolngi of Oreg...

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. — 12 May 1896

i DAILY CAPIT JOURNAL. z.i ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY". i 4,i 1 1 inrth . i m ' jis it,, tww liipajftii :,",nn'.v, 'Ti'fluwwMitn !t'Jt -- - ' Mm - n in SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY MAY 18, I8SH8 No. i f VOL. 8. S ,. , TT mmmijit imi ' w wBior ...-! ' 01- Vft lviaae in oaiem U -V isprino and Summer zcLQSQnxx: xx, Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44, MM Sizes 13 to 19, 1 s ruiee Suits &ji GS iv. I 9VO ll"-. MVV )um r,. LAB1SH PRECINCT LINES. A Statement From County Clerk Ehlen as u to the Boundaries. iTlierc being considerable controversy loncerning the boundaries of Lablsh ind adjoining precincts, and in order o correct a statement made by a cor respondent In the Independent of ay 2d, allow nic to say: That at no mo Heretofore iiuye i oecu cuuuu jn to certify to tbo true bounduiles 'said precinct as established by the ammlssloners' court. On or about arch ID th I was called upon for a jrtlflcd copy of a certain boundary of iuld precinct, as the same appeared In 1 certain book In iuy oftlcc kupwn a...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 May 1896

w iW!p WfW&WPTr T m fe' If voti want a sure limes, use an relief for pains I thefbaclcf61d, iheat?; or " lltnDS, use an Allcoek's KT Bear IN MlND-Not one of the host of counterieiw ana imim- if i. -- aa ft a I4i cr ii nine. ugns i ijwwm t,- Daily Capital Journal BY MOI'BK BKOTHliKS TUESDAY, .MAY 12, 1890. Alvord of the dairy division depart- simtif tit OirplrlllMltn Hi A fut Ifll'l f.H .,.. W. ....., , . - .total value of all dairy product of tills country, Is $151,000,000. STATU HKl'LHiLlCAS TICKET For Supremo Juclire, II. S. HEAN. or Lane County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEEH. or Marlon County. H. M. YOKAN, or Lane. E.L.I SMITH, or Wasco. .1. F. CAPLES, of Multnoinali. For Coiik'i exilian First CoiiKivsslonul District. TJIOS. II. TOINWE. of Washington County. For District Attorney Third Judicial District. JOHN A. CAIUSON.of Marlon County. COUNTY IIRl'UIIMCAN TIOKKT. Hepresentatlves, DR. J. N. SMITH, of Snleni, II. L. UAHKLEY, or Wood burn, E. W. CHAPMAN, or Brooks, M'K...

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. — 12 May 1896

Some uroaigD ngtires Pop 0j?itip,(;P.afs and Populists to Stpiiggle With. Republicans Paste Thei.i in Your Hats and Pull Them, 13 s rt 3 r Excess of Excess of Customs revenue expenditure revenue. , over over expenditure revenue. 183S 1850 1800 1801 1802 1803.. .. 1804 1805 1860 1807 1808 1800 1870 1871 1872 .... 1S7: 1874 1875 1870 1877 1878 1870 1880 1881 1882 188:1 1884 , 1885 , 1880 , 1887 1888 1880 1890 1801 1892 1893 180-1 1895 $170,040,051.28 170,417,810.88 104,404,500.50 180,048,428.03 104,538.374.44 200,270.408.05 210,370,280.77 188,080,522.70 103,103,833.00 157,107,722.35 148,071,084.01 130,050,403.07 130,170,080.20 137,250,047.70 180,522,004.00 108,159,070.02 220,410,730.25 214,700,490.03 195,007,480.70 181,471,039.34 192,005,023.44 217,280'803.13 210,091.173.03 223,832,741.00 229,008,584.57 210,522,205.23 177,452,004.15 203,355,010.73 131,318,530.02 152,158,017.45 $ 37,223,203.07 133,001,335.11 28,207,708.40 48,078,400.41 101,001,010.88 01,140,750.04 00,588,004.89 43,392,...

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. — 12 May 1896

w. rvTwj r $tv? fiTPtp'W?vwt'nri" ' I ' ir- ' I.W '. &', It Daily CapiiaNoufi BY MOFKK BROTH SR3. TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1890. - TYNDALL Will (live his grand seance embracing hypolinm.meimerism and telenilhy at Heed open houe, Wednesday, May M- Ad minion all over the home 25 nls :fu'e coupon ticket at Patton'islxwkstore. Clair voyant silllm-i until Wednesday night at Willamette hdtei. Secure ennacerucntg at PERSONAL. Geo. Colllimwent to rortlautl tills morning. " Prof. Pnrvln Is off on Ills regular roimil at Albany today. Democratic County Chairman ITomlcniluill wont Hotitli today. Hanker A.T. Gilbert Is about Ills olllco again, after 11 brief Illness. Dr. L. S. Skill was a imssctiger to Portland on tlio morning train. City Sujit. Peebles 1ms been making Ills weekly round of the schools today. County Cleik Elilcn went to the north end of the county this morning. llov. F. II.GwIno, syuodlcal Pres byterian missionary went to Albany today. Martin 14. Smith audi. .1. Hocdlg liclmcr, of Su...

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