ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Daily Capital Journal Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 39,045 items from Daily Capital Journal, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
39,045 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 25 May 1896

"m-njpiTW-wjTSTTi. cr DAILY CAPITAL JO URNAL. ASSOCIATED' PRESS DAILY. VvL 8. SALKM, OR KGON, MONDAY MAY 25, I8. JtfO. 1141 Made in Salem m i -" Men's Suits, -spnno and. Summer 1396. Sizes 35 to 44, youins Sizes 13 to 19, i i iovs rnee Suits JOURNAL "X" RAYS. Directed Upon Persons Prominent Before the Public. The last week before election, Mr. Candidate. Having llccced tho rich Herrmann will now heal tlio poor. That poor woman and the baby were too much for Roland Grant. There Is nt least lots of grass for Coxey to tread on In Western Oregon. The fusionlsts In this county need the services of Herrmann tho Healer. .. J. N. Dolph Is engaged In his proper capacity defending Chinese smug glers. Itev. Dr. Briggs Is to tlon. Ills controversy go on. tako will a vaca howovor There Is no politics left in Douglas county. It is nil A. P. A. Tho edi tors up there must bo proud. Having left tho Pops, there is great curiosity to know who Governor Fletcher's Post nnd Independent will support this ...

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 May 1896

rirl'ft MJffl it ir. .' p M'M' I" L , nuirr jiji. ini -iii inww t i..nrt" '"-" g61fltWT '""'" " I r1, , - . v kii-tr. mid, cheat, or If rM want it wre WH wr p - - AllCOCk'S Kter i. M MiND-N&t dm of the twt of cetmterfelts and Iratta- Maa l m gl m th genuine. Daily Capital Journal. BY HOJ'BR IJROTHBR3 MONDAY, MAY 21, 1890. M STATE JIBPUBLICAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, It. H. UEAK, of Lnnc County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. OEKK, r Marlon County. H. M. YOU AN, of Lime. JO. L. SMITH, of Wiwco. . .f. P. OAl'LKS, or Multnomah. For Conirrctwuiiin Pirst C'onitresslon'il Wntrlet, TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of WuHlilnnloii County. , , For District Attorney Tlilnl Juclluliil District. OHNA.CAIISON.of Marlon County. COUNTY lir.rWHLIOAN TICKET. Hcnn'MUitsitlvi'H, nn. .1. N. SMITH, of Salem, II L. HAUKLEY, of Woodburn, E. V. CI I A I'M A N, of i ookH, KINLEY MlTCIIELL.ofacrvalH, DAVID CJIAIU, or .iineieny. County. Judge, w , OHOVE P. TEIlltELL, or Mclminn. County Ootnmliwloncr, J.;N. DAVIS, or...

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 May 1896

"P""-! " " v -i-J!5? WMUHHUMNMaMMMa IWMUmcmm wwinfrn r- nrv-rTitmrrni MarkM&etweenftie FOB COHGRESS-Flrot Plwtrlct- STO- cnniSTENBOW of YnmhlH County Prohibition , (, 4. 13. JB-'BSON MTOHof LlDuCounty . .... y.Uomumtlc. ,7. 14 Thotiuiu II. Tougi.tWaliInjjcmmtjK... .--JtcpuUlieiii w. V. S. VANDBKUUItG. of Uooa County People. rpjECUEUD JTJIDXCDXJlLs IDISTRICT. FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY- Vote for One jo 4 Jolm A. Cnrwn, (if Mitrlon county - .Kepubllcmi 0 - Samuel L. Hnydun, of Marlon county -. .- Democratic FOR REPRESENTATIVE- 21 r ILL. Uarkley 22 , David Cmln 2.1 E. "W. Chapman 24 -f McKlnley Mitchell 23 J ' S'lth . 20 John Uuync, of Murlon county .- 27 W. .T. D'Arcy, of Murlon county. 28 L. D. Smith, of Murlon county 211 30 Uenton P. Taylor, of Marlon county Democrat S. W. Weaver, of Marlon county 31 32 33 34 .15 Gcorco P. Cad Well, of Marion II. Cleveland, of Marlon county K. L. Hlbbard, of Marlon county T. .1. McClary, of Marlon county F. A. Myers, cf Marlon 'county- FOR COUNTY ...

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 May 1896

y"jffyw?yyy7i mtyn.i&rr r hii .p It-' in 1 ;j i-jr . -. f r r nt Xtt hk XT '"- .: "1 ' 4. Daily Capital Journal BY HOKBR BROTHERS MONDAY, MAY 23, 1890. WEATHER FORECAST. Monday night fair; Tuesday rain. Wc Arc Headquarters For Mcvcltil supplies. A Hue line of sweater, Golf boie, bicycle suits. Just re ceived a. line of gauntlet cloves for ladle or gentlemen. Dr. Warner's and V. U. Cycle corsets. Dress Goods, Never has the atsorlment been more com jHele than this season. Plain and figured mohairs, creponi, granite cloths, serges.fsncy mixed plaids, checks, etc. Our black good department is especially Inviting just at pres. rnt, Dresden Silks and Velvets For trimming the velvets arc exiiuliltc, the harmonious blending of colors. odds richness to the costume. Price $1.25 a yard. Sailor Suits. With lanyn.d an J whiste. fur the 1ai). Made of fine material. Price $2.50. J, J, Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL.. J. ). Stump went to McMlnnvlllc today. Frank N. Durliy li spending tlie day In Portla...

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. — 26 May 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ii ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. -rt- Vi U. H. SAL&M, OR KGOK, '1TJESDAV, MAY 20, 189G. No.ua New Yoif Rac Has a fine stock of 6L0THING for men, boys' and youths'. Hats of fur and straw, cf all Linds 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 any thtng needed, AH at very low prices, Call and save money, E.T.BARNES. A TRIBUTE TO BARKLEY. A Brother Minister Speaks of a Repub lican Candidate for the Legislature. BCTTEVILLE, May 13, 1890. Editoii Jeurnal: Will you kindly permit mo to publish an unsolicited tribute of esteem for our Woodburu candidate for the legislature lion. Tl. L. Uarkley, or Brotlwr Barkloy, as his numerous friends prefer to call hm. I have known him Intimately for seven years and during that time linvo had opportunities for observing his conduct In all the relations or life, having boon his nea...

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. — 26 May 1896

mm ft" V 1" ' , - I W ' jiwiwiwwwyy'y "I.!"1!?'" TV'1 Daily Capital Journal BV KOPKR BROTHERS, TUESDAY, MAY SO, 18M. STATE KEl'UULIOAH TICKET For Supremo J mitre, R. H. BEAN, of Lane County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. OEKIt. of Marlon County. S. M. YORAN, of Lane. ' E. L. SMITH, of Wasco. , .1. V. OAl'LES, of Multnomah. For Congressman First Congressional n District. TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington County. , , For PlHtrlct Attorney Third Judicial District. OHN'A.CAILSON.of Marlon County. COUNTV ltl'.l'UHMCAN TICKKT. IleprcscntatlvcH, Hit. .1. N. SMITH, of Salem, II U. UAIMCLEy, of Wooduiirn, E. V. CI I A I'M A N, of llrooks, M IflNLKY MITCH ELL. of OurvnN, DAVID .CK A 10, of Maeleay. County Judge, GROVK 1. THIIUELL, of Mchainn. County Commissioner, ..-'. DAVIS, of Sllverton. County Clerk,- L. V. EIILKN'.of JJuttevlllc. Sliurlir,: IA"T. WRKIHTMAX, of Salem - - Recorder, F. W. WATKItS.'or.Salcii. Assessor,! J. W. HOHAUT.'OfOurlleld. . Surveyor, . B B. IIEnUICK.iJofiYow Park. Tr...

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. — 26 May 1896

wjmzWr?''iq(PWWri " Spring EVIedicine Your blood in Spring is almost cortnln to bo lull of impurities the accumula-l tiuti of tbo winter months. Bad ven tilation of sleeping rooms, impure air In dwellings, factories and stops, ovor eatlng, heavy, Improper foods, failure of the kidneys and liver properly to do extra work thus thrust upon them, aro the prime causes of this condition. It Is of the utmost Importance that you Purify Your Blood How, as when warmer weather comes and tho tonio effect of cold bracing nlr is gone, your weak, thin, Impure blood will not furnish necessary strength. That tired feeling, loss of appetite, will open tbo way for serious disease, ruined health, or breaking out of humors and impurities. To make pure, rich, red blood Hood's Barsaparilla stands un equalled. Thousands testify to its merits. Millions tako it as their Spring Medicine. Get Hood's, because Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Tllood Purifier. All druggists. $1. ITepared only by C. I. Hood &am...

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. — 26 May 1896

-rmwvsWWy&fa ' Jt v Esiv .r rtvi m ' n R- !' ft'' kv ! i -.v I"f V Is. F )B ' Pv, :, & m Daily Capital Journal PERSONAL, BY MOPBR BROTHURS TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1800. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Wednesday, fair. We Are Headquarters For bicyclists supplies. A Hue lino of sweaters, uolf bote, bicycle suits, Jut re ceived ft line of gsuntlet cloves for ladles or gentlemen. Dr. Warner's and W, II. Cycle corsets. Dress Goods. Never lias the assortment been more com plete than this season. I'laln and figured mohairs, crepons, granite cloths, serge,uncy mixed plaids, checks, etc. Our black goodit department Is especially Inviting Just at pres ent. Dresden Silks and Velvets For trimming lh velvet are exniiititc, the harmonious blending of coin s odds richness to the oiitume. Price $l,?5 a yard. Sailor Suits, Willi lanyn d and whlste, fur the Una Made of fine mater'al. -Price $2 ; t , Dalf ymple Co SOCIAL REVELATIONS. Some Personals and News of the Doings of Oregon People. Miss Jdn Bnwi...

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 May 1896

F-HjRSISf R" 1 ."tHPW' 'U.JIrW - "V S(RJ; r-fir ; '.VHiS DAILY CAPITAL . . ASSOCIATED.; PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 18i). NO. 115 ' !"H'!?,i?r-"',?r"r - JO ITRNAL Made in Salem Ms f v yv C l SDrlna and ja;1886 Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44, youths Sizes 13 to 19, Boys' Knee Suits TO WE$ PHI'S UNO SILVER, Even That Little Party Is Divided, BY THE BIMETALLIC ISSUE Over Ten Thousand oftho Saints in Session. Pittsuuho, May 27. Long before the hour for calling tlio national Pro hibition convention to order delegates had assembled In music hall at the exposition building, and thousands or Prohibitionists from all parts of the country were present. The galleries and floor were crowded. Never boforo lias the party had a question to set tle which caused so much contention 3 has been developed over the money platform. The gold standard faction, as it Is called, scored the first victory In the national committee when It elected A. A. Stevens, of this state, to act as 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. — 27 May 1896

"WWW"" i yr ''jKW-TrvHt If tm wt a ure relief c Hsb, mm m Allcock's SS BEAR in MIND Hot oa ef the hot of counterfeits and Imita tion is as good as tbe genuia. Daly Capital Journal. BY HOKIJK BHOTHBR8 WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1890. STATU KIU'UBMCAS TICKET ForKiipreino Judge, II, S, JJEAN, of Liiho County. For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEEK, of Marlon County. 8. M. YOKAN, of Lane. E. L. SMITH, of Wukco. J. F. CAl'LKS, of Multnomah. For Congressman Flint CongreHUlnniil District, TIIOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington County. For District Attorney Third Judicial District, OI1N A. CAItSON.of Slnrlon County. COUNTY HKl'MIMOAN TICICBT. Representatives, I)H. J. N. SMITH, of Salem, II L. HAIIKLKY, of Woodburn, R. W. CHAPMAN, of JJrooks, M KINLBY MITCH ELL, of Gorvnln, DAVID CUAIO, of Mucleny. Comity J udgc, HltOVE P. TERRELL, or Mclinina. County CoinnilsHloner, .l.N. DAVIS, of Sllvcrton. Cotintv Cleric. L. V. EHLKN.of Htittevllle. ShcrllT,' F. T. WRIGHTMAN, of Salem Recorder, P. W. WATEItS,.(r.Salein...

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 May 1896

Mothers .)X,lts w.tcli (Icpliiiitljf Iiruit1i of ,' ,'r uiullci So uitAiy m, i hi ff l ..inMiniDtioii In ourlv your il.nt ...ni,. I mil i-ntiHO for anxiety. ln.l the tj i-! x rl-tjiM. WW' not beyond tlioiinili f uiv!(lk'Iii). 'IltKitlV S rii iuii:.i ' roloie tll(J i"'rt'y miii miant'itv of tin1 Mood nnil llitis Ivc goodlu-altli. Itwul tliefollowliitf.li'Kn-: t I hut JJI,t lo wr" nbout my daughter Cora, aged in. Blm wai com pletely run down, declliiltur, Iiac! Ihftl tired focllne, nd friends said clio would not live over llireo months. Mie l.ml a bad MMI filial nj npil,'nv i-enTi' lo tf? Jif n-iv ,'odi I Li'c,Kil ' m,u ulj,,u' llui1'1'" Kutupa rlllu fltitl lmd lur t'lw 11 n trtnl. From the very rirtt dose -Iaj bcijeii lo fcet tiottcr. Alter litUnir n few bottles alio whb com pletely cured nnd her hrnlth luu been tlio best eur al'ice." Mr.S. AuniK Vcok, J2 liillrpnil Plate, Aivwtordn'ii.tN. Y. I will nay Umt my mollidr Wns not stated my case In ns stronrf words at I would linvo done. ...

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 May 1896

Wf, I? ' &?: .V. "V" riMM jailf Capital Journal.! Y HOITKR DBOTM ixfasS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1880. ytfa Are Hcadauartcrs For bicyclists supplies. A fine lino of sweaters, Uolf hose, bicycle suits. Just re ceived a line of gauntlet gloves for ladles or eentlemen. Dr. Warner and V. IS. Cycle corsets. Dress Goods, Never hai the assortment leen more conv plele than ihl season. Plain and figured mohairs, crepons, granite cloths, serges.fancy mixed plaids, checks, etc Our black good department is especially inviting Just at pres ent. Dresden Silks and Velvets Tor trimming th velvela are cxnuislte, the harmonious blending of coloi adds richness to the costume. I'ricc Jl.aj a yard. Sailor Suits, With latiyn d and whiste. for the ly Made of fine material. Price $1.50 J, J, Pair ymple Co, PBIWONAL, V. .1. KlilrldKc fiiiiic tii from Fair fluid this inoriiliitf. Squire Farmr went nortli on tlila iiiornlng't) locul train. Contractor Archie Mason roturrii'd from Linn county today. Jluv. I). Lc...

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 May 1896

CAPITAL ENAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. JO IT JUAlJux v i- k. SWep! by MayBeT)oTbofis sand Killed. WHOLE VILLAGES SWEP1 Out of Existence Without a Moment's Warning, RIVER STEAMERS SUNK, Most Awful Tornado Ever On Record, THE HOSPITALS ARE CROWDED Colored Family Carried Over a Mile and Dropped. St. Louis, May 28. When tlio sun rose on St. Louis and vicinity this rooming, It showed a scene of horri ble ruin aud disaster. Wind, rain and lire had combined In the mission or destruction. Two hundred Uvea were lost In this city, and as ninny moro In East St. Louis, while thousands were Injured, many so severely thai they cannot recover. The exact number will not bo known for many days, per haps never, for the debris of tho ruined building nil over tho city covers hundreds of human 4 bodies. The darcago and destruction .of prop erty will aggregate many millions, but the exact amount cannot be esti mated, with any degree of certainty. The terrible tornado that caused this destruction struck th...

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 May 1896

r ' f- v 'w "aflW V -f-'"myppfvr . -jjiiijiU"',,"",,,,,''""J a THE 6 F I- If rt! i Daily Capital Journals BY HOtfBK BROTHERS, THURSDAY, MAY 28,1890. STATJ3 KEPUIILICAN TICKET For Supremo Judge, R. S. BEAN, or .If no " For Presidential Electors, T. T. GEBH. of Marlon County. K. M. YORAN.of Lane. K.L.SMlTII,onVii rnsco. .f. F. CAPLES, or .Milium""" . sv - - "" - .. . .1. For Congressman i'lim iwigmwiun'ii ..i THOS. II. TONGUE, of Washington County. .,,,, For District Attorney Third Judicial District. . ,. , Oil N A. CA IWON.of Marlon County. COUNTY KKI'UMLICJAN TICKKT. Heprcseiitatlves, DR. J. N. SMITH, ofSiifcm, II L. UAKKLKY, of WwMlbuni, E. W.CllAIWAN.oMlnMilM, M KINLEY MlTUIlELL.ofOorvaK DAVID CRAIG, of Mneleiiy. fount y Judge, GROVE 1. TKllllELL, or Mcliiimn. County Commissioner, ... DAVIS, of SlIvurtOH. County Clerk, L. V. EULEN.of nuttevlllc. Sheriff,: V. T. WIUGUTMAN, or Salem llcuiirder, !'. W. WATERS, of Salt-ni. AHtjs-or, W. IIORAUT, ofGiirll'Id. .1. Surveyor, II II. IIEIMt...

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 May 1896

iXr'irr-' .') - - -- -..ffc-. , " MAiMfaM Scrofula CPFIGUL BALLOT FOR SALEM PRECINCT, NO. 1, MARION COUNTY, JUNE 1, 1 tfrt3 the blooa or Humanity. ....... in varied forms, but Is fo iti forced w Wl&rk between the number and name of each candidate or answer voted for. STATE. llWTW" I wf A tCi I ll ill F 1 ?! , vlcld to "00(1'fl Snwnparillo, which niirlflcs n"l vitalizes the blood mid urea nil such discuses, ltcud this: n geptcrabor, 1891, 1 lnnde a misstep nnd injured my ankle. Very soon afterwards, A Sore two Inches across formed and in walking to fsvor It I sprained my ankle. The sore lysine worse; I could not put my boot on snd I thought I should have to glvo up it every step. I could not get any relief nd had to stop work. I read of a euro of i similar case by Hood's Barsaparllla and included to try It. Before I had taken til of two bottles the sore bad healed and the swelling had gone down. My Foot fa now well and 1 havo boon greatly bene fited otherwise. I havo lncrcasod In...

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 May 1896

tt. r kV SB' 8 Daily Capital jouroal BY MOPECR BROTH WHS, THUIlSDAY, MAY 28, 18WJ. WEATHER FORECAST. OVmlfflit utid Krltlny, fair. RHtKm. II 1 L-TSST Wc Arc Headquarters For bicyclists supplies. A fine Hue of sweaters. Golf hose, bicycle stilts. Just re ceived line of gumlet clove for ladles or eentlemcn. Dr. Warned and W, . Cycle corsets. Dress Goods, Never hat the assortment been more com plete than ilits eaon. Plain and figured mohairs, creponi, granite cloths, serges, fancy mixed plaids, cliecU etc. Our black good department li especially Inviting Just at pre rnt. Dresden Silks and Velvets lor trimming lh velvet are Mnulslte. the harmonious blending of coin luldi riclinei to the costume. Price $1.15 a yatd. Sailor Suits. With lanyn dan I wliMtf. for the U Made of fine material. Price 12.50. J, , Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. Ocn. Odfll Wi'MI liR!iOfldind:iy- Hi mltlros it jKilitlfJil uii'HInjr. A. Kllppol, at)iit or lite I'iicIIIc ChrlHtliiti Advocate, of Port In ml, N In tlio city to...

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 May 1896

! -- r V T . DAILY CAPITAL -1 1 ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8 SALEM, OREGON, ITltlDAt, MAY KJ, I86. Nv. m JOURNAL. , ' TflMMilftX M PMR.Inifcro K LI ' iii.f l "5 !fhl ,v fef!S mi .,,.,,, fcW!tLTOKM .T.v"V,T"VH'ir,;i ... .""" -,- vfev f ltfM. ?K ' All veterans, soldiers and Pallors should Join with the 0. A. R. In tho parade. AT THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. NORTH SCHOOL. RalsltiRtlio lliigat 1:30 p. in. . Flag saluto by school. Sons by tho school, "Gem or tho Ocean." Recitation, "Joe." Recitation, ''Hurrah for the Flag." Song by the school, "Our Country Flag." Recitation, "For My Country." Recitation, "Uluo and Gray." Recitation, "Clilckamanga." WelcomotoG. A. It. Address by a member of the visit ing committee. Cloning song, "America." I'AKK SCHOOL. Raising of tho Hag, 1:30 p. in. Saluto of the Hag Entire school. Song and chorus, "Columbia Gem of tuo Ocenn." Recitation by Ira Smith. Drill -Primary children. 'Sound Bugles," by school. Quotations. Recitation- Grace Carter. Hai!drlll-Klxtri nm....

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 May 1896

Ji If you want a sure relief far pdas is the btk, side, chett, er basM, hm n AllCOCJK S Plaster BEAR m MlNDNot one of the hoit of counterfeits and Imita tions Is as good as the genuine. STATE NEWS. Dayton, linngetl Is attributed to laily Capital Journal BY HOiriCK DROTHItilS j la i J ' FRIDAY, MAY W, 1800. STATIC ItKIUMlLICAN TICKET Kor Supreme Judge, It. S. DEAN, of Ltiiio County. For l'reslilciiliiil KIuclow, T. T. OEKK. of Marlon County. B. M. YOllAW, or bane. K. L.HMITH,of Wiirco. .7. F. CAPlKS, or Multnoniali. For ConirrciHiiinn First Conim-sslon'il DUtrlcl, TIIOS. H. TONOITK. of Wasliliigtoii County. For DlHtrlct Attorney Third Judicial District, OllNA.CARSON.of Marlon County. ' COUNTY KKI'UM.ICAN TJCKKT. Kciircsentallve, I)K, J, N. SMITH, ofSiilein, II L. IIAItlvLEY, of Woodljurn, E. W. CHAPMAN, or llrookH, M KINLEY MITCMEMi,trOcrvals, DAVID CUAIG, or Mack-ay. County Judge, OltOVH 1 TKHUELL, or Mclmina. County CoiumlBrtloncr, j.'jN. DAVJS, or Sllvcrton. CniinLv Clerk. L. V. E...

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 May 1896

1 t ) Boils Jt Is often difficult to convince peo ple their oiooa is impure, until drcud fill carbuncles, nbscesscs, bolls, ncrof ulft or salt rheum, arc painful proof of the fact. It Is wisdom now, or when ever there is any indication of Impure blood, to tako Hood's Sarsaparllln, and prevent mieh eruptions mid suffering. "I had n dreadful carbuncle abscess, red, flery, ilerce and soro. The doctor at tended mo over seven weeks. When tho abscess broke, tho pains wero terrible, and I thought I should not Uvo through it. I beard and read so much about Hood's Banaparllla, that I decided to tako It, and my husband, who was suffering with ImIIj, took it also, it Boon purified our Blood built me up and restored my health so that, although tho doctor eald I would not be ablo to work hard, I haro since dono the work for 20 people. Hood's 8ar niparlllA cured my husband of tho bolls, and wo regard It a wonderful medicine" Mits. Anna Peterson, Latimer, Kansas. Hoods Sarsaparilfa Is tlio One Tru...

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 May 1896

' -w cr "'pWfrfJJSTITT'M1'' 4 .. V ' &; Daily Capital Journal V II&KStK BROTHBR3, FBI DA V, 31 AY 20,1890. WEATHER FORECAST. Fnlr tonight nnrt Me rnln Sunday. Saturday; prota- We Arc Headquarters For bicyclists supplies. A Hue line of sweaters, Golf hose, bicycle salts. Jou re ceived line of gauntlet cloven for ladles or gentlemen, Dr. Warner's and W. It. Ctcle i-ursett. Dress Goods, Never has lh assortment been mot com plete lhan this eaon. Plain and llemed roohatn, crepor.i, granite cloilu, Hergrs.lancr mixed plaids, checks, tic. Our Mack gxl depaituient li specially luvlilnc jutt at re cnt. Dresden Silks and Velvets tor trimming lh veUeia are esnuWlte, the harmonious blending of colo adds richneaa to the ciiitume. I'lkeji.as a yard. Sailor Suits, With laiija.d an I wMate. for the l-oja. Made of fine mater al . I'ric it $o t J, Dalrymplc Co. PERSONAL. Itccclvor P. It. Anson went to Tort- land this iiiornlng. Hear Htimiity Diiinpty ngli! Go! See! licit r! 15 edits! Mr. Lowl...

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