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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 30 May 1896

yv 5Brt- ifwjt i DAILY CAP1T JOURNAL ASSOCIATED DAILY, SALEM, OREQOSATUKDAX MAY 30, 189C. KO. 117 AJF- PRESS VOh 8 New York Racket. Has a fine stock of LOTHING.- i --1 iU for men. boys, anayoim and sizes, Hats of fur and straw, of all kinds Hos Star 5 Ster" shocsat greatly reduced prices. fc-. cry and underwear of all grades. Notions and fglovcs of all crash t jciflds. Table linen. shirts, and almost anything needed, Call and save money, and towels. White and colored All at very low prices. E.T.BARNES. I LUST BIG RALLY. !i At Reed's Opera House day Evening, Fri- THE COUNTY CANDIDATES Barkley's Center Shots and Other Good Speeches, At 8 p.m. Friday evening Reed's opera house began to 1111 with people. Id the hallway outsido was a Jam of people, and for awhile they were kept out. It was a well dressed audience of voters, ladles and children, after they finally got in, such aa are n credit to an American political campaign. The audience was almost entirely Re publican. Two rows of chai...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 30 May 1896

i ir.i ?! VJ '" i it imssrif . m w Z'iM .- Xl-tyy Msta4AsMi lMui4lMMMyAMMtadUM -"- -vc Knotty Problem how to accomplish the most work with the least labor, time aud money, has been solved. GOLD DUST Washing Powder makes a woman's work light sets her mind at rest keeps her purse closed. Get it before you forget Sold every where. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRDANK COMPANY, 8L louls, Chicago. New York, Boston, PMIssilpbla, Sn Francisco. STATE FIELD DAY Sour Entries From the Different Colleges. SOME PROTESTS FILED Against Threo of Willamette's Athletes. Stomach, sometimes called vratcrbrash, nitd burning pain, distress, nausea, dyspepsia, arc cured by Hood's Sarsa parllla. Tills it accomplishes because with its wonderful power as a uiooo purifier, Hood's Sarsaparllla gently tones nud strengthens the stomach and dlgcstlvo organs, invigorates the liver, creutcs an appetite, gives refreshing sleep, and raises fho health tone. In cases of dyspepsia and indigestion it teems to have " a magic to...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 30 May 1896

o UrggBflSSSLnn yr" 1M """--.' i!MiJUTU i wers h talk for raueflim. BUT IT IS NOT A DISGRACE TO BE SICK. Yd Some Suffer in Silence and will not Open the Matter to their Physician even. WU OAN BE BRIGHT EYED AND HAPPY. yroinltieXwjttt, Chthalh, llluft. The neighbors called her a walking corpse. For ntf Kur "l,e ,livl ",flL'r''', fr,,m ,0M fr blood and drops). Sl'p ,,aJ "ol ,,le ilrencib to Hanil 'l"1"'' 8,, 1",,, 'Pcnl ihounibof rtol'ora with tlie doctors uiul h-j ,m unaMa t find relief. Her onse tr icon'' rcil hopclens. Tbit i. lie experience of Mr. C. Heed, a w,il-kn' n lady of this city ', , r' r porter called upon her at her home tot fmsJay. rtho was willing l he )Dt,Mie,vei!, she said, if sIicpuuM 1 the means of pointing out to other unfortunates lit wny to recovery ntid good health. "li'lm I) 'i n k'r fifteen yenn, slnre the ...li.lv aorttJ Itself," sud Mm. Reed. W d to? until Within the last for months. I never knew what it was to be well f'r n single day. I cou d not sleep. M...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 30 May 1896

, t , ""V'lWfmfuprmjBi! Daily Capital Journal, I4Y HOKItK BROTHBR3, " SATOHDAY, MAY 30, 1890. We Arc Headquarters For bicyclists supplies. A fine lino of (.wtaters. Golf hoi, bicycle suits. Jut re ceived a line of gauntlet gloves for ladies or gentlemen. Dr. W-irnet 5 and W. li. Cycle cutsets. Dress Goods. Never h the assortment been more com. plete than thU season. Plain and figured mohairs, erepons, granite cloths, serges, fancy mixed plaids, checks, etc. Our black good department U especially inviting jtnt at pres. cm. Dresden Silks and Velvets For trimming th velvet are exquisite, the birmonioai blending of colons add richness to the coituree. Price H.25 a yard. Sailor Suits. With lny.d and white, for the bnjt Made of fine material. Price J2.50. J, J, Dalrymple Co. SOCIAL, REVELATIONS. Some Personals and News of the Doings of Oregon People. A aitHAT COMBDY. Kt. Joseph wjclely will present tlic ttirccnct comwly "Pro Tew,,' at tliclr linll, tin Clieincketa struct, lietween Cottage...

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. — 1 June 1896

-ww JMiWIW ttiJylwqtimFf'umviPm tow" "w - DAILY CAPITAL: JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS . EAILY. VOL. 8. , Made in Salem. Vv I' spring and s Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 Sizes 13 to 19, ? ioys ruiee Suits YOUUlS WOQiE,H Wk store Second flnntial A) A) Intercollegiate A 2C Field Me?!, v . Salem, Saturday, dime 6. ESTATE FAIR GROUNDS COMPETITIVE DRILL Before drill between O. A, . O. cadets of Corvnllis 1:30 before tbe grand stand. ATIILETIO TEAMS From the lnrtA iin11 la Dnnlflt FTnl i'ndt t .. Vnuaf n&i;, ui (unto, a. ubiuu uuiivioiuj, fc'uiwu uuiu, auvuiu uuutu, xiutv UUI U, State Normal School, Monmouth; University of Oregon, TJugene; Willamette University, Salem, will contest in the following events: Running, 100 yards, 220 yards, i-mlle. i-mlle and 1 mile; hurdle racing, 120 and 220 yards; walk ing, 1 mile; running high jump: running broad Jump; polo vaulting; putting tlio shot, 10 lbs.; throwing tho hammer, 10 lbs.; bicycle racing, 2 miles. A 9100 silver cup will bo awarded to the 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. — 1 June 1896

"toil ' ' I v ' Pile.. W ih a- , D M r ' ; l& i 'V, l'i . iT i .. 4 i J. IS. , " l ' It' ' J V J 1U' J If tmi wuit a rare rtlUt tianha luf .a rVHCOCJK S Plaster Bear in Mind Not one of the host of counterfeits And IraiU- i"wi la a guvu a lire genuine. Daily Capital Journal BY HOPECR BROTHBRS, MONDAY, -MAY 1,1800. TURKISH ATROCITIES. Continued from first page. mercilessly torn epen: nnild tliclr yells of fiendish laughter; to tet tlo tlio question, when the wager was paid, while biilM! mid tunthcr suffered so and died, because hIic Ixiro the name of Christ. Huwr.mun ok inmocknth. Another K-otie at Hntvoun which rIvcs ua a glimpse of (hat awful nn-, nlvnl of IicIIIhIi cruelty shown the il dlera drunken wl'li their bloody de-, . . ' ., .. ,,,,, Christ an chlhrcti they could ki I at . , , one stroke of tic sworn. . . ... "Ibol. you ten (Bliirukit I cuiirul clcun throiitfh the necks of four! . . . , ... Christ Ian puppies at one stroke of my , ' ,, ' uclmltar," cried one. ,.., ... . ...

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 June 1896

Gloom Of ill licnlth, despondency nnd despair, gives way to tho sunshine of hope, happiness" Aiut licnlth, upon taking Hood's Sarsnpnrllla, becuubo it gives renewed llfo nnd Vitality to tho blood, nnd through that Impart nerve stren J glli, vigor and energy dpi to tho wholo body. Rend this letter: "Hood'sBar r a a par ilia helped mo wonderfully, changed sickness to health, gloom to sun shine. No pott can describo what I suf fered. I wai deathly sick, had siclc head aches every few days and those terrible tired, dc3pondont feelings, with heart trouble so that I could not go up and unshine down stairs without claiplng my hand over my heart and resting. In fact, It would almost take my breath away, I suf fered so I did not euro to live, yet I had much to llvo for. There Is no pleasure In life If deprived of health, for llfo becomes a burden. Hood's Sarsaparilla docs far rnoro than adverttscd. After taking one bottle, It la sufficient to recommend itself." Mrs. J. E. Smith, flelolt, Iow...

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 June 1896

Daily Capital Journal, BV UOITttK DKOTHERS, MONDAY, -MAY 1, I860. See our line of Straw Hats, , , , Extra values, from 15c to $2 each J, J, Dalrymple Co, SOCIAL REVELATIONS. Some Personals and Hews of the Doings of Oregon People. Mrs. Hartley, who ha Ix-cti In "Ohio" for rwt and rt'Ciicnitloii from n Ioiik Illness, Is well ns to Jkj able to Join bur husband jiI Wood hum soon. Professor II. I). Itorrell, of WiihIi liiKton, I). C, arrived In the rlty Sat urday morning and during liln May iicre was the Ki'ett of Mr. nnd Mrs W. P. WIlllaniH. Horn In Salem. Friday, May 21), I8W ut 4:30 p. in., to Mr. and Mrs. !'. A. WIkkIiih, ii daughter. The linppy father wax all smili's Saturday over tlio now arrival and "Grandpa" John II. Albert Mopped hlglicr than ever. At St. Joseph's hull on Wednesday, June .1, tlio three-act comedy of "I'm Tcm" will be Riven, An admission of 'Hi cents for adults and ir cents for children Is to lie charged. The enter tainment promises to bo nulto Inter cstliiK and ...

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 June 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAIJUY. VOL. 8. SAIiTOT, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, I89. no. ur '" hi r & ,03 & to CANDIDATES. For Cengress: ' N. C. Ohrlstcnson 4 1 5 0 Jefferson Meyers. 2.J 33 47 41 TIhm.II. Tonguo.. 08 102 52 110 W. S. Vnnderbcrg 50 43 0u 72 Wm!ifi!?!... 45 115 173 129 ftlm Burnett.... 27 31 40 41 Joseph Gaston... 30 27 31 J4 Wff&EK? 60 04 108 03 ot, TTnvden 122 114 140 127 Representatives: IllL.Barklcy.... 113 118 1). Craig 10S 103 E. W. Chapman.. 11 J in M. Mitchell 07 108 J.N.Smith 120 135 John Buyne 37 34 W.J. D'Arey.... C5 51 L.D.Smith 23 24 I). T. Taylor 30 52 S.W. Weaver.... 20 18 0.1'. Cndwell.... 30 28 H. Cleveland 38 10 K. L. Hlbhard... 00 43 T.J. McClary..., 38 21 V. A. Mvcrs 34 21 154 141 158 127 151 117 163 110 174 J51 01 CO 00 50 77 .-17 41 27 00 34 30 70 35 04 23 20 23 57 20 27 County Judge: E.J.Wdfng.... 30 34 72 57 0. P. Terrell 117 125 .108 134 I.M. Wmrnor.... 32 20 29 30 County Cemmlss'r: J.N. Davis Ill 112 F. Feller 35 40 I.La...

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 June 1896

IRTipifllGBRK. l)IJWn'W5nf1TO ,'?ri5T ' lfw "wth ' Dai) Capital Journal, V HOKBR BROTHBR3. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1890. TURKISH ATROCITIES. Continued from first page. ' Armenians llvlnjr In villager and as l.o writ..... and cried in aonr I ncrly. . . . . ....... .gW ,rc one poured vlnep.r and c'd,oFOIllllelb0.flgllfes,t W0U,dBp. Into his gaping woundn. I near that the averare number of In- While ho nlUJDiislr plead anil praycu, to tie put out of lil misery, two Utile boys came runnlnjftol.ini, the elder crying, "Father! Father! xave me!" at the blood streamed over his beauti ful face, and the younger clung to a little wooden toy. The father frantically grouped at the dagger of a Turk, but till only Increased Lis torments, the bleeding boy was dashed upon his dying father utid loth pounded to death, before the little 3-yearold brother. As he sat there dazed, and dabbled the toy In the blood of htsd)lng father and brother, he smiled at tin Ir murderers and sobbed over their mangled remains,...

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 June 1896

loom "flXSSS?tt& I" tn nnrt liealtli, upon wiping itncffca tj,at mpart8 ,ndlhrojigl , vgor ? rvJmjmL totlHJWhOlO nu ":". -MJB this lcttflrj .!? wonderfully, j,ipB -- stts5$ 'ertd- Ufcw days and those torrlblo 'Z despondent feeling, with heart l.imJ. despo troubles so that could not go up and down stJilrs without clasping my nana cnt my hcrt ond rwtln- In '"J1' J1 toM almost take iiny breath iiwaT. I uf- Mtd o I did not care to llve.yet I had tert&IO -.., tn lire for There la no pleasure In ' lift If deprived of health, for life becomes borden. Hood's Sarsaparilla doca far more than advertised. After taking one bottle. It IS SUulCieni wj rccuimncuu Mns. J- E. SMrrn, Belolt, low. itself. Hood's Sarsaparilla i, tbe One True Blood Purifier. All drureist.l. frcpartdonlybyC. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mas. cure nil liver Ills, bilious- HOOd S PlIlS ness.lieadache, zoccmi. State Field Day. The entries from tlio different col leges are as follews: 100-YAKD DASH. Oregon Agricultural ...

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 June 1896

.. A ? 1 (!( f, lL i f i'i. MmiMmMm4tw,intfU 11 Miu I 1 1 If il Da Capital Journal. BY lloimu tiuoTHKHS STATE FIELD DAY TUESDAY, JITJfB 2,181X1. Nfvs Regarding' the Orand Inter-colleg- iate Meet. b'nturdny, June 0, promises to be a ureal day for Halem. It In tlio day for Hie second Intercollegiate Held day at the state fair ground. Ar- and the older ones to profound laugh ter. A declaration was well rendered by Mr3. Dr. Hawk, of Jefferson, and nlmi rlfflnmn(lnim nnd KOtii hv the three little daughters of Mr. nudMrs. Jay Cook, followed by a ball game be tween the Jefferson nnd rfclo teams, which was quite au Interesting part The Discovery Savod His Life Mr. G. Callloutte, Druggist, Beaversvllle, 111,, says; "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told tl . ft Tfu!.M T Vtnrwm NW I couia not live. iivui jji,ivii.t ...... WEATHER FORECAST, Tonlifbt and Wedncsdnv Probable rain ...

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. — 3 June 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS' DAILY, SAIiEM, OHKGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, I89C. jsro. in hoh. Old housekeepers will tell you that hot water "rots" . -t glass. You know it ureaics glass. Gold Dust Washing Powder makes glassware brilliantly clean in warm water or cold. Delightful to use for glass or silver, tin or wood or paint. Saves your hands saves your time, your strength, your temper. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. SLLouli, Chlcigo, New York. Boston, Philadelphia, Sin Francisco. JUWL New York Racket. Has a fine stock of 6L0THING for men, boys' and youths. Hats of fur and straw, of all kinds .-... V V and sizes, "Star 5 Star shoes at greatly reduced prices, rios iery and underwear of all grades, Notions and .gloves ol all kinds, Table linen, crash and towels, .White and colored shirts, and almost anythtng needed, All at very low prices, Call and save money, E.T.BARNES. AMER C PROPERTY Destroyed by the Turks in Armenia. THE POWERS BETRAYED Failur...

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. — 3 June 1896

7 ?a hi If ;n wat a Mire relief fer pdaa la tfee back, s44e, chest, er Porous Plaster Bear in Mind Nat ob cf the ttost of counterfeits and Imita tion is at good as th genuine. Allcock usual ability. It represents tlio In telligent, earnest, reform purpose within the Itcpubllcan party, and will continue In the work laid out by the party two years ago and partially lived up to in the lower house of the legislature. It the good work go on. Daily Capital Journal tlally succeeded. Charles Fulton was (practically frozen out of the canvass BY HOKER BHOTHBRB, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1800. THE niJSULT. In Marlon, County Clerk Klilen, Recorder Witters, Hurvcyor Herrlck and Coroner Clouali received a hand- some endorsement nt the hands of the people by re-election. The new men on the ticket, Terrell forjudge, Davis for commissioner, Ilobart for UKxenMir, and Jones for school superintendent, were elected by large pluralities. On county treasurer, Tiik Jodkn.w, has only this to saj: Jnji Mlnto made t...

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. — 3 June 1896

' h: question of the wholesomeness of the food prepared with vegetable oil. The healthful ness of the animal fat obtained from the hog is and always has been questioned. Those who eat food prepared with Cottolene have nothing to fear.' It is a pure vegetable shortening, free from the unwholesome greasiness of lard. The housewife who is seeking the purest and most economical shortening, will find it i it Cottolene Sold everywhere. The genuine has trademarks" G??te'' and steeds head in cotton-plant wreath on every tin. TUB N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. IoiiIb, Chicago, Montreal, Snu Francisco, Portland, Oregon. TURKISH ATROCITIES. Continued from first page. prison by the local authorities, but they shall bo tried by their own min ister or consul and punished accord, log to their offense, following In this respect the usages or other Frni.ks" meaning Caucasian nations. The -click of the telegraph calling for that man of war was a warning which sent terror to tho hearts of tho treacherous...

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. — 3 June 1896

M mimzm Daily Capital Journal. BY HOPHiR BROTHERS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1890. Sec our line of Straw Hats, Extra values, from 15c to $2 each ft J, J, Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. Hon. McKlnlcy MU1ielI loft for Oervalu todny. Secretary of Hlntc Jvlncnhl wont l Portland Unlay. Henry Myers, the merchant, went tn Portland today. Chun. Corby of Woixlbuni, was a Salem visitor today. D. 8. Kaln, the Host-dale fruit uruwer. left today for n short vlult to Ilnllcy, Idaho. Hon. II. L. Harklcy of WocMlbiirn was In the city Unlay, receiving con gratulations from his Salem friends and ndmlrcrx. W. A. Taylor, of Macleny, left to day for Hoscbtirtf, whence ho roch with a jolly party on a Hihlng excur (.Ion Into the mountains eastward. As this district has declared for a free silver man, nothing will now win the people away from the bimetallic faith hut that carload of Hllvcr Hanker Ctitdck wantH imported. We have had tho (told cure now uve us thuHtlver euro for a week, doctor. ToNioiiTAt HI. Jobeph'u hall ...

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 June 1896

"W -t-"- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. atr ASSOCIATED FRBSS DAILY. VOh tf. SALEM, OKKGOtf, TULTKSDAY.JTJNE 4, 18. Ko, n Made in S&lerti by Salem People r v " 1 v vx sprlna and Summer V'' V, t ;XS96. Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 j. youl s Sizes 13 to 19, ! 1 oys ruiee Suits TOQUl WVx STOR1, $7.50 M.W REPUBLICAN REVOLT In Both Congressional Dis tricts of Oregon, TONGUE-ELLIS IN DOUBT Both Quinn and Vanderburg May Squeezo In,- Order of Railway Conductors- Gran d Excursion To Salem Fair Grounds, SdDdaiJDe 14 - - V X 1 Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Woodburn, Natron, Silvcrton, Sheridan and McMinnvillc, ZCZ2C2C??C2CC Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse ments, Races to start at 1 p, m, Admission to Fair Grounds 25c, Take electric cat$JXTZC3L t i t t t i COMMITTEE C, R Miller, J. M. Poorman, P. H, Tynan, W. S, Censor and ,. V, R Glcndening. cash 58c 'oik, June 3. Silver, 66ic; lead. THE MARKETS aicBo, June 3. Wheat, J"t 50. New Yi 330. , PORTLAND MARKET. PoitU...

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 June 1896

W "T TxvWnffrrfW!!j-''T r"Nywur ?ii f r ! Ji It Daily Capital Journal. NEW BOOKS. A SAMPLE LETTER. BY HOKUM BROTHKRS TJIUlWDAy, JUNE 4, 18ft). IN NEW HAMPSHIRE. BEVERAI M. -.. I .. ..,-, Bible Readinir for the Schools-A Worn-1 .MONIlOK, Or., .May M, ikh, ilk .-. y. ' an StofV. "" i fmrrtD .Tnrfnvif JKni'li Totters im I?widriKFnnitlic Bible" selected Ul05efrtmi Uaa County Farmer ami ... ,iu.f4 It a-. strait fltA strati ni?nf Ifirt Cluie Indicate tliat the l becoming n tliinkluir for schools through tlio organization ,.,,. and efforts of the Chicago "Woman's luUtl mrr . . .. t .., i.i,. ..r i.-n Imtlt rwilli lia ivmicaimnui i iiiimi, runniMs ma " , o rfadlntr lcs.ons taken from the holy body. Their deductions arc logical scriptures the old authorised ver-Iou Jaj consistent. Urothcr Chad's line "Under present cau ix' out one sent condltlous there . , ,,, nf tim iwi.ii Pitlirillc a" liberal mlnde standard .of value and able memlwrs of the Jewish, uiiiioi c , every kind of currency Hliou...

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 June 1896

TTl$l dvst this season. TbefcuKjiewcoketo "h the tireless grow weary, the encr Ltlc' becomo enervated. You know Just hit we mean. Borne men and women thitaxor temporarily to overcome that Tired Feeling by great forco of win. Bat this i. nntafe, Pa,ls powerfully upon the """ ' -.1.1.1. .-Ill nnMAn.1 nervous system, v " --..-- -.---,nch strain. Too many people work on thelrnervcs," and the reault fa Been In un fortunate wrecks marked "nervous pros tration," In every direction. That tired Feel- toe Is pltlvo Proot oi th,n wek ,m cure blood; for, If the blood is rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, It Imparts life and energy to every perve, organ and tissue ot the body. Tho necessity of taking? Hood's Sarsaparllla for that tired feeling ii therefore, apparent to every one, and the good It will do you is equally beyond question. Remember that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All drjigjlats. ft. Prepared only by 0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. .. riM nre easy to take,...

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 June 1896

I " S7""' JUSFT-TH ?t?-r ,vv M sw rn S.M 8F .' , , 4!. A !r ra , fr fr . v; Daily Capital Journal V HOICKR BHOTHBRS THURSDAY, JtfNE i, J8M. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonlgbtnnd Frlday,:rnin. Sec our line of Straw Hats, , Extra values, from 15c to $2 each J, J, Dalrymple Co, The Sewer Work. Laborer on the t-ewcr foelnjj built on Center Htreet by tlicMnto of Ore Ktui, were impended lit nlnbt, iik there la enough dlfcti excavated to kfoii the four lir(cklii)uw biwy nenrli h month. Thoy Iny 20 to SO feel a day Mild ubouLoiiQ block Ik tlnlslicf. At tlic iircmnt nitethc Bower cannot be finished thin summer. 'i;iic working men nro very much dlssatUlled at the wny the work MhjIiik manniud. They ay u In mo force could bo employed at opening the work, ten or twclvo brick layer could lay up 100 feet a day, and another forco (III In. Tho work Is not conducted satisfactory nt all. Emit Hocfer Missing. Ernst Hocfer. oldest m of Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Hocfer, of Climnnoeir, Is nilnfiliiR. Ho was Inst heard ...

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