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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 13 May 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. t ASSOCIATE; PRESS DAILY, SALISM, OR JJGON, "NjahNESDAY tAY 13, I88. ruL. 8. NU.lf 'V W YOPK 'Has a fine CLOTHING - men, boys' and youths'. Hats sizes, "Star 5 Star" shoes at ty and underwear of all grades. ids. Table linen, crash and irts, and almost anything needed, All at very low price? Ill and save money, .T.BARNES. oolen Mill Opening. Afternoon and Evening riday, May 15, 1896. .rbody invited to the Free Concert specchmaking in the afternoon. -Gr and Ball at itiful decorations Hall 60x140 feet, id of twenty pieces, Orchestra invited. Proceeds of ball tor HUSH AND GERMAN Hnisters Protest Against I Russian Occupancy, ITI-MISSIONARY RIOTS Ntish Mission at Kiong Yin is Looted, BnaNOHAi, May 13. Antl-mlsslon- riots broke out at Klang Yin yes- Nlay. The British mission was ted and burned. The missionary iped. OPPOSED TO RUSSIA. jndon, May 13, A special from uighnl says the British and Ger- in ministers at Peking, protested slnst the action of Russia, In occu- 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. — 13 May 1896

r -wippgj!pfw!?wBiP-' fwWRFw. ' fc"!Jirt ,."tfi ? rt ) Wmi$,ikWMsi. MHWiwm i . -IWlMIII " " n' " ' " - if -i $ 1 ; I &r &' 1 ''. 5 t ' "j jrs Daily Capital Journal i aMM4Mf . t vur -A i t-i e. vit.Tii.Tirv.w v-rvir-ii t.Tri-TrvAfT( a wi r rvj a r v-i .vi"'v.' 'ij:ijxi.i i 4 PRO T VX. 1 1 w ei . ( iosmttZitttjn:iLjammm i j mm ii iiManiroibfctrt SS2a55Si5a i iliire Tny "! tii Tjhi rfTirrii buti arnT - ,a -- g-- ,,BrTVi 'TTTk" iifii (,,'"i v a m CM f pv nomcre BROTH tt ws WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1890. i- mm STATE REPtinLICAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, R. S. UEA, or Lane Comity, For IVcsiilcntlnl Electors, T. T. GEEK, of Marlon County. S. M. YOUAN, of Lane. E. L. SMITII.of Wnitco. .7. V. CA I'LES, of Miilttioiiiali. For Cotiirrcsniaii First Conrosslonul District, , , , TflOM. II. TONGUE, of Washington ........ , .V!!""lrrr.llMi .t,ii,,ImI ccssarles of X'or uisinuii jwmy; ........ District, , n t JOHN A. CARON,of Marlon County. COUNTY UEI'UM.ICAN TICKKT. Representatives, 1)11. J. N. SM...

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. — 13 May 1896

Pf& ome" Caritpaigif RgaresI For D?rflbtP2ftS: Struggle Republicans Paste Thdn in Your Hats and rull 1 (Justoms revenue. V- 1 o ; a a f 58... 59... 60... SI... 82 .. KJ. . . 84... .f rt ' 170.040.C5r.28 170,417,810.88 104,404,599.50 180,018,428.03 104,533,374.44 200,270,408.05 210,370,280.77 188,080,522.70 103,103,833.09 157,107,722.3.-) 148,071,084.01 130,950,493.07 130,170,080.20 137,250,017.70 180,522,004.60 198,159,070.02 220,410,730.25 214,700,490.03 105,007,489.70 181,471,030.34 192,005,023.44 217,280'893.13 219,001.173.03 223,832,741.09 229,008,58-1.57 219,522,205.23 177,452,004.15 203,355,010.73 131,318,530.02 152,158,017.45 ? The above tnble of figures, compiled from the olllclul government-statists, shows that for three years of Democratic rule and live years of rebellion 1860 to 1805 inclusive there was a i to 1873 Inclusive there was a Republican surplus to apply to wiping out ; national debt. Cleveland went in Kins nearly disappeared. In'1891 and management of reven...

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. — 13 May 1896

JV J' s 14 t ; :m ' I'A U H To. ' A i-iwiw?r 5SS5 H.I,J1I II I. ..!, I,, fj- Daily CapiteNounia BY HOFBR BROTHERS " WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1800. By Special Request, ja HeL. "Mk IP TYNDALL Will give hU Eranl seance mlclnB hypotl.m.inesmeflsm nnI Itleplhy at Kid 1 1 opera house, Wednesday, May 13- Ad million all over the home 25 cenis Secme coupon tickets at l'alton'ibookMore. Clair. voyant sittings until Wedneiday night Willamette hotel. Secure ennaj-ementrf t once. PERSONAL. went to Uiirfcno on Atno3 Strong business. .lolin Lowls Id ul the Gcrvnls meet ing this afternoon. Secretary Klncald catno up from Portland this morning Setli Hammer went to Albany today on professional business. Frank Davis, of Turner, was In town yesterday on business. bqtilro Furrnr' tbo commission mer chant, went north this morning. Nick Schrumm, of Brooks, is In town nnd goes to Eugene tomorrow. lion. Jell. Myers Dent, candidate for congress, went to Albany today. E. W. Clmpniuii, thoLadlsh candi date for repre...

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. — 14 May 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. -t V ASSOCIATEt) PRESS DAILY. 4- jm " ,., u . 'tuj'g.'i-jtjwij j-v afo'..rT.-.'Sfr"''- SALEM, OKEGCXN", . i i i '..:. JLujv , MA Y U, I89. -s- It xr Vvjj. 8. "l ii( .NO. 1 J) Made in Salem 1 w -, t Q U UUUUI spnna and s Men j All IK Sizes 35 to 44, Sizes 13 to 19, n ' Knee :DUV5 Suits & wrvuKM e oolen ill Openin Afternoon and Evening, riday, May rcrybody invited to the Free Concert id specchmakinj? in the afternoon. C&and K :autuul decorations Hall 60x140 feet. ind of twenty pieces, Orchestra of ten pieces, ill invited, Proceeds of ball for the hospital. DEMOCRATIC S0L0NS, fathering of the Warhorses at Gervais, liscuss Legislative Appropriations and State Issues. f A lurge house, in which was to be en a number of Indies, was present. BPostmaster Nnthmnn was chosen airman. Win. Kaiser, of b'uleni, was itroduccd. He spoke with considera ble emotion of his experiences as a oy In this vicinity. Twenty years to lie had taught school on French llrle and reca...

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 May 1896

trinysvir'VHW'4 ..,fTTt. .vtk& e V . ' '. , ' fl 1.11 (i.iMJHB nSKl YJ VA-i- 'ffitaBiiiS .V 7 JIBY i1 , i ...'"S iW'Tifira "Z M'y I -i iffiSR. -LK3 H l.i) ( .) i 'f A Aft ' Wi . , I SS' K ! T r s , ' ' if) tRmi !w(rto l tte ". " " " "TYl tJ)-, Porous AllCOCk S Plaster a. m M,ND-Not one of the host of counterfeits and ImlU- tlons is as good as the genuine. Daily. Capital Journal, Tft.-.-sr --ii ' """ BY HOimi DBOTHBR3 THURSDAY, MAY 11, J8M. fcTATE nEl'lMlLICAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, It. S. DEAN, or Lnno County. For I'rcslrtentliil Elcctow, T. T. GEEH, of Marion County. S. M. YOU AN, of Lane. 13. L. SMITH, of Wusco. J. P. CAl'LES, of Miiltnonmli. Por Cunirressiimn First CoiiKivSrfloii'tl Dlrttrlct, .... THOS. II. TONGUE, of WusliliiKtoti County. , . ,, , . For District Attorney Third Judicial District. , , JOHN A.CAIWON.of Marlon County. COUNTY HKI'UM.ICAN TICKIVT. Hcnresciitatlves, DIt. .1. N. SMITH, of Snleiii, II. L. BAKKbKY, of Wootlburn, 13. W. CHAPMAN, of ilroota, M'JCINL...

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 May 1896

SOTCantpaign f fejtires! !(3;pv.D?ERiD(rafs and Populists to i --Straggle With. rirl r,--,rni, Tlli! OOljilll Journa Republicans Paste Theiii in YourHats and a!.. -. PtiU:. Them, t n3 u c 3 n Customs revenue. EXCCS9 of revenue over expenditure Excess of expenditure Over: revenue. 1358.... 185U.... 1800.... 180.... 1802.... 1803.... 1804.... 1803.... 1800., ..4.1 1807.... 1808.... 1809.... 1870.... 1871.... 1872 ... 1873.... 1874.... I87'i I. 1870 1877 1878 1870 1880 1881 1882 1883 ... 1884 1885.... 1880. . . . 1887.... 1888.... 1880 ' 1800 1 185)1 1802 1 1893 1 1894 1895 ' 8179,040.051.28 170,417,810.88 104,404,590.0(1 180,048,428.03 191,538,374.44 200,270,408.05 210,370,280.77 ' 188,080,522.70 103,103,833.00 157,107,722.35 148,071,984.01 130,950,403.07 130,170,080.20 137,250,047.70 180,522,004.00 198,150,070.02 220,410,730.25 214,700,490.93 195,007,480.70 181,471,039.34 192,905,023.44 217,280'803.13 219,091.173.03 223,632,741.00 229,008,584.57 210,522,205.23 177,452,904.15 203,355,...

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 May 1896

S3TJ E t " 1 M I . p? J.' 1 Hi 11 A'; Mi Kfii' ' . '' T 5 .?;, W: Daily Capita! Journal BY HOFER BROTHERS TimnSPAY, MAY II, 180fl' III StlNUAY. 9:00 a m. 10115 a.m. 6710 a tn. DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE DAILV. Portland. CMS m Salem, 7'4Si" lndendence, 6130 in. fulck lime, regular Sfrvlce nnl cheap ' mica .. M V. HAl.DWlN, Accnl, Salem PERSONAL. Sjtli Hum'uar rcturnod thin morn from Albany. Jim. Woodruff went to AHwny to day on business. .r. J. Hull received a squirrel bounty warrant for 81.55 Tuesday. Manager Bishop, or the woolen mill Btoro went tol'ortlaud today. Mrs. 0. 0. Lownsdalo and dautfliter went to Portland on the inoriiliiK local. J. 1J. Stockiimri lias Just returned from a business trip to Southern Cali fornia. J. V. Tlclmor returned this morn ing from a business trip to Gates on theO. C.ScTj. railroad. T. A. Llvcslcy, the hoiibuyer, re turned on the early train this morn ing from .Tuncllon City. J-'rank Davcy, the elllclent man:ri?er of the...

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 May 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. ?. zas&assptsgm ' mil niw VOL. 8. SAL- M, OWEOON, FB1DAY.MAY 15, I8 KO,l I w York N6 H. ; Has a fine 6 LOTH NO for men, boys' and youths', Hats of fur and straw, of all kinds and sizes, "Star 5 Star" shoes at greatly reduced prices, Hos icry and underwear of all grades, Notions and gloves of all kinds. Table linen, crash and towels. White and colored shirts, and almost anythtng needed, All at very low prices, Call and save money, K.T.BARNES. L At the Red Lake Indian Res ervation Just Open, HALF MILLION WRECKAGE Many Vessels Smashed and Lives Are Lost, Crookston, Minn., May 15, The fcllrst claimant who eutered tho United States lundolllco today with an intent Cto fllo on the Red Lake lands, came throught tho transom over tho door. jJIo held Ills papers aloft and said: "It ; is 0 o'clock, gentlemen; I am the tlrst man." Bclnc two minutes too pre vious, ho was ejected. He entered, 'however, with tho first four admitted, hand his name, L...

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 May 1896

TW mS-fi S'J w hO a &? IP If w i A!P Qallv Capital Journal. J ' - BY HOKUM BROTHERS wnin.vy.MAT ID, 1896. i i '"" bttf RBPUHLICAN TICKET O J-A ll-i nnl For PiesldtMithil Jccts, T, T. OBMItj tit Murlmi Count J. u x vn.vw.nr ijniif E. L. SMITH, oi mi I. K CABLES, of Mu tliou. II. j ' -v".i :. iit..i.. J. For Congressman r irsi ciihk""""- THOS. II. TONOUE. of Washington For District Affneyjhlrd Judicial JOHN A.CAUSoV.of Marlon County. oountV repuumoan ticket. Representatives, DIl .1. N SMITH, of Salem, II.i:ijKkLHV,of)VV)dburnI B. V. CI J A I'M A A , of Brook-, M'Ki.N'LBY MITCH lifiUoflicnaU DAVIIM'UAIU. of Mm-k'ii. County Hidgo, t , GllOVK I'. TEUKBLL, of Molmmii. County Commissioner, j.:N. DAVIS, of fellvuiton. County Clerk, L. V. BIILHN, of Buttcvlllc. Sheriff,' F. T. WRIGHTMAX, of Salem Recorder, ' . F. W. WArRlU, of Salem. .Assessor,! n , , J, W. HOB ART, 'Of Garfield. Survoyor, IJf 11. IIBimiGK.-Sof iYcw Park, rrensurer, , , 1A3PEU5MINTO, of'Saleiu. School Superintendent, GEO...

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 May 1896

??ff?7 That Extrotno tired Reeling afflicts nearly every body at this season. The hustlers cease to push, the tireleee grow weary, the ener getic become enervated, Yob know Jast what we meant Some men and womta endeavor temporarily to erercome that Ml Tired tfcclloif by great force of will. But this la Unsafe, As it pulls powerfully upon the nervous system, Which will notlongatand such straltii Too many people " work on their ncf vts," and the result U seen In tin fortunate wrecks marked "nervous pros trntlon," In every direction. Thet tired Feel- lng is a positive proof of thin, weak, im pure blood; for, If tho blood is rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, it imparts llfeand energy to every nerve, organ and tissue of the body. Tho necessity of taking Hood's Sarsaparllla for that tired feeling is, therefore, apparent to every ono, and tho good It will do you is equally beyond question. Kcmember that Hood's SarsaparilBa if Is the One True Blood Purifier, All druggists, it, prepared onl...

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 May 1896

w ?WW JKIWWWJW 'nf.Vp yiifii&mmifivmfyvnH. ytn mmmnmmm4r ,' y;w E3LUKBM Sff 1 Eli - i:-.m ii i"" ' "" Daily Capita Journal BY HOKH5R BROTHERS. FRIDAY, MAY 1G, 1800. aErrslEc55&J53?!W DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. STEAMERS Altona and Ramona LEAVE- 4UKIAY 9iHn. ni. loMS a.m. 0a in. DAIl.V. PortL-oiJ. 6M5 a m. Salem, 7MS a- "' Independence, Oiju a. in. Culck time, regular lervlce and cheap "K BALDWIN, Agent. Slem WfiATllErt RBPORTi PERSONAL. F. J. Eldrledge, of Gervals, Is in the city. Sam L. Haydcn returned from ai- MH.n nir.rrtti wfiitlicr 1) 1S fUllOWH! 'I'Lllljfllt MIMl light ruins. Ijtil'cllil reports .Saurdiiy JiAOrKMi" 1 FUTURE EVENTSi May 14-Columbla fete. May flODecoratlon exercise. Juno 12-13 Pror. Jlrlstol's educated horse.-). May in -Q love content. May 2.1 Local Held day, University and Y. M. C. A., Salem. May 29 County canvas by Hepiibii-can-candidates at. Salem. June 1 General election. Juno 0-Intercollegiate Oregon Held day, Salem. . , , June 10 Republican national co...

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 May 1896

."- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, - -t - '.?' ,1 ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. j. va v i.. a. SALIfiM, OltauON, SATURDAY MY 1G, 18!. v V ,. ! NO. II K j Made in Salem If V s " w - Drlno and" Summer f is J I 1 flQff ;m J p.. U lOi slflUII 5 Oils Sizes 35 to 44, Vmith a iiiiiiii '' A J A v I H :c Sizes 13 to 19, f i oys ruiee Suits ViOQli PMa STORS. ROPERLY DEDICATED "he New Salem Woolen Mills Opened, IR. KAY HIGHLY HONORED ilendid Program of Speak ing and Music. PEOPLE FROM FAR AND NEAR fhe Very Successful Exercises Close With a Ball. An assemblage or nearly 2000 gath- red to tlio Inviting strains of a Full bund orchestra, from all over the Willamette valley to witness the lm- ortant opening exercises nttho now Hie m Woolen Mills Friday aftcr- rn. It was a 6luual for an outpour- r of the peonlo such as is seldom en. and nil Salem people who could dve their homes nnd business were Here. 'There were seats for several hun- ed, occupied mostly by. ladles and Jcr men. All around the walks and 3es were...

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 May 1896

y r" t-W'.1 " -'JfWr",w53 f WTJR vr I .jaurs'4 iffl i?,mm 1)18.. nti f ' ."iffii UdiJ -i ,"aa & 4W' ' . V, ' HU.tffl a it i.i l'1- ua u l .ra L iir.iji B- v. I i '"Jffar ' back, side,' chest, or AllCOCk'S Waster BEAR IN MiND-Not one of the host of counterfeits and imita tions is na good as tne genuine. Daily Capital BY MOfWU BWOTHBK3 SATITJIDAY, MAY 10, 1800. STATE KRITBLICAN TICKET Fflr Supremo JiidfJto, 11. 8. BEAN, or Lane County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEEK, of Marlon County. S.M. YOKAN.ofLane. . E. L.HMlTH.of Wnwo. .1. V. C'Al'LKS, of Multnomah. , ForConurnssinan l-'IM L'oiijrrc-iiui'ii DNlrliM, TI10S. II. TONGUE, of Washington County. , , For District Attorney Third Judicial District, , n 4 JOHN A.CAKSON.of Marlon County. COUNTY HEl'UHi.lCAN TICKKT. Representatives, DK. J. N. SMITH, of Snyin, II. L. UAKKLEY, or WiHkluurn, E. W. CHAPMAN, of Brooks, M'KINLEY MITCHELL. ofGervals. DAVID OKA 10, of Muclcny. County JudBC, GROVE P. TERRELL, of Mclinmn. County Commission...

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 May 1896

SPRY AT SWTY.!" The Remarkable Vitality of an Aged Californian. Stands To-day Unscathed by Disease How He Conquered Rheumatism His Story will Interest and Benefit all Old Folks. Vom the Ezaminer, There is at -least one happy man in San Francisco to-dny one man who can enjoy, despite the fact of his being sixty year of ngc and of corpulent build, the full and free use of all the powers of mind and body. James Kernan is a prominent liquor dealer at 200 ISrannan Street, and It is he who is now lauding thoso who hae restored him from a bed of pain to his former youfli ful activity. Mr. Koeiutn had, to within a year njo, been bleated with the enjoyment of almost perfect health He had never known what It was to be confined for weeks nt a time upon a couch of painful disease, nor even to lose tho vigorous action of mind or limb which had enabled him, through the many years of his business life, to perform Ids dally tasks nnaldcd and unadvised. It was a year ago that Mr. Ccemin first suffer...

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 May 1896

w . I i I -Ml , & "T,v1 i id 4 r wf ,irsa i : K4 ' ' vtpW ., j ' u - a E "'l',g 23 'J', I., R!l THE WHITE HOUSE! Personal Friends of the President indorse Paine's Celery Compound, Following the Testimonials of Judge Powers and Congressman Grout Come Hearty Letters from Congressmen Meredith of Va Asst, U, S, Attorney John G, Capers, MajVGen, Birney, Congressman Wilbcr of N, Y Congressman Bell, Lieut McAllister, Congressman INeill, and Many More, SALEM SOCIAL HARMONIES. WE WILL HAVE Better Weather Soon, Personalities and Events In the Mote Pleasing Realm of Activities. mr -- ,-... ti.ii.... tit tnt A C ". ria for a short visit with friends. Select your shirts wassts before all the choice patterns arc sold, ftlli'.i Allmi fir Knlnm. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. Lovcle, of Lebennon. Afr. and Mrs. .If. .1. Citorlln havcar rlvcd home from a trip to San Fran cisco. Mis Adda Davenport and Miss Eliz abeth Miischcrare visiting friends In SUverton. Miss John V. Jennings, of Oregon City, Is ...

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 May 1896

JO URNAL. -f K- ,.' ' ' ASSOCIATED tRESS DAILY. ; 1 ' " ' ' ' ' -i "4"te"i Vol.. 8. SAL KM, Ott ?GOlT, MOAY 2.LAY 18, I89K. JtfO. Ill DAILY CAPIT AL New York Racket Has a fine 6L0THING If for men, boys' and youths'. Hats of fur and straw, of all kinds and sizes, "Star 5 Star" shoes at fiery and underwear of all grades. kinds, Tabic linen, crash and 'shirts, and almost anything needed, All at very low prices. iCall and save money, te.T. BARNES. HEBATTLEISNOWON Between the Parties in Marion County, STRUGGLE FOR OFFICES Speeches of the Republicans and Democrats. IRKLEY AND WM. J.ID'ARCY lave a Spirited Set-To-D'Arcy Is Attacking. LTho rain poured down all day. Tho ouds lowered. Tho wind blew. The iml was deep. The air was cold and ut. That was the duy the campaign fectied at Turner, Saturday. The spubllcans assembled early and ere soon followed up by the Denio- fats. A Jouunal reporter started It In u dogcart, with Elliott Savage LablshJ but the speedy mare over rocky road soon reduced...

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 May 1896

ssrvrit "' vsrww T-'-MfSpvpHrVf'WflO VfMffMWHf 4" ft vsn' pPt f p m i.m n !.. Pn!lJ Iniirnnl uaiiy bttiiwijiuuin BY HOPBR BROTHBRS. MONDAY, MAY 18, 1890. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, II S. BEAN, of Lnno County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEEH, of Marlon County. S. M. Y(3ltAN, of Lane. E.L. SMITH, of WaRCO. .1. V. CAPLES, of MuHnonial . For Congressman First Congressional District, , , , . THOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington County. , , , , For District Attorney Third Judicial District. , n J OI1N A.CAKSON.of Marlon County. COUNTY ItEl'UlIMCAN TICKET. Representatives, DR. J. N SMITH, of Sn biii, II. L. HAKKLKY, of JVootlburn, E. V. OIIAl'MAN.of Brooks, M'JUNLEY MITCHELL. ofGervaK DAVID CRAItl, of Macleay. County Judge, GROVE r. TERRELL, of Mcliama. County Commissioner, j.JN. DAVIS, of Sllvcrton. .finntA' Plnrk. L. V. EIILEN, of Buttevllle. Sherlir,; F. T. WR10HTMAN, of Salem Recorder, F. AV. WATERS, of-Salcii.: Asscs'.or J. W. HOBART, of Garilcld. Surveyor, Bj B. IIER...

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 May 1896

, tnjp. l tome Campaign Pigdres 'or Democrats and Popiilisls lo Struggle With. i - - Republicans rPas,Thei,n in Your Hats and , .Pull Them,.. MMMW am-.mifum i i.immm '63 "3 iCustotus f -frcrcnuor, v Excess of revenue over expenditure Excess of expenditure over revenue. $17l),01U,0ol28 170,417,810.88 101,-104,509.fiO 180,048,428.03 104,538,374.41 . 200,270,408.03 . 210,370,280.77 188,089,522.70 103,103,833.09 157,107,722.35 148,071,084.01 , 130,050,493.07 130,170,080.20 137,250,047.70 180,522,004.00 198,159,070.02 220,410,730.25 214,700,490.03 105,007,489.70 181,471,030.34 102,905,023.44 217,280893.13 210,091.173.03 223,832,741.09 229,008,584.57 219,522,205.23 177,452,901.15 203,355,010.73 131,318,530.02 152,158,017.45 8 37,223,203.07 133,091,333.11 28,297,798.40 ' 48,078,409.41 101,001,010.83 01,140,750.04 00,588,004.89 43,302,959.34 2,344,882.30 13,370,058.20 20,022,241.83 30,340,577.00 20,709,551.00 0,879,300.03 03,883,053.20 100,009,404.98 145,543,810.71 132,879,444.41 101,393,02...

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 May 1896

Itvl '. DailyJCapilaMou BY HOIKR BROTHERS MONDAY, MAY 18, 1800. .iSJSEsasS-i","'-''1'"'-"1 -"'I! D'AH.V LINE TO POUTLAN I). STEAMElVs jAltona and Ramona LEAVE DAILY. U'NI,AY- Portland. 6:4S .'i.'j!' Salem, 7'4S ."' l?'2tZ' Independence, 6:30 a m. G;oo a m. Cuick time, regiiiar service and cheap ... rates ... M. P. BALDWIN. Agent, Sakm. FUTURE EVENTS. Mav 30 Decoration exorcise. June 12-13 Prof. Bristol's educated 11 Mny 23-Loenl Held dny, University and Y. M. C. A., Hnlem. May 2i)-C'cmnty canvass by Kcpubll can candidates at Sali'tii. Juno 1 General election. Juno O-lntcrcolletflate Oregon field day, Salem. t Al , Juno jo-llcpubllcan national con vention. St. LU". June ill -Annual louiilon or OrcKon pioneers, Portland. July 7 Democratic national con vention, Chicago. July 22 National Populist con vention, St. LouIh. ." ' ' - ! A QUAKER SPEAKS. Why He Will Support Some of the Re publican Candidates, Mr. J. Jay Cook, or Marlon, n mem ber or the Friend's church and long time reader of ...

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