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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 5 June 1896

"i-i- HUpW "ftnBf"-" DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ff- J ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY, m-a VOL. 8. SALBM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1806. NO. IT ., jttJti.fti-Srf' - prw ism? "S "j ft y . , v BUY J L' SHO.ES i . i ' i i r i i i i , , , AT New York Racket THEY SELL THE 5 E T, BARNES. Order of Railway CopcKitfors Grand Excursion..... To Salem Fair Grounds, Stoday, Jtoe 14 - Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Woodburn, Natron, Silverton, Sheridan and McMinnvillc, XXXXXXXXXXX X Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse ments, Races to start at 1 p, m. Admission to Fair Grounds 25c, Take electric cars.3C.3t.3CA, t t i COMMITTEE t t t GF, Miller, J, M, Poorman, P, H, Tynan, W. S, Censor and W, R, Glend'ening. THE MARKETS. Chicago, June 5 Wheat, cash SoWc New York, June 5. Silver, Cbc lead, PORTLAND MARKET. , remind , June 5. Wheat valley, 6o i;Yralla Walla. ctR ' ricari'ortland, $3.00; Benton county, Jeo; graham, $2.65; superfine, $2.35 per bbl, 0u-White, 2627c; grey, 2526;rolleJ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 5 June 1896

iiii--fc CBUiMMkdaiAMAMMA tfl'j r, . K If you want a sure relief for iimh, Me an Allcock's Bear in Mind Not one of tions is as good as the genuine. Daily Capital Journal BY HOKlR BROTHBH3, FKIDAY, JUNE G, 1800. FARM NEWS. The newest brooder lins n "cluck" t'mt runs by clock works'. The first Jit. Tubor berries of the Hiuson entne Into tlicl'ortliiml market, May 27. The "poultry bit," It N el tlniot', will Mop foiilhori'iitlnj.'. . Litlifornbt M iirojmilni,' to Rlyr a 1 irtfu rrult exhibit In New Ynk('Ilj, 0 i ji jnind t:ilf. Spokane U to hoi 1 n j;ratiil4 fruit ' filrsoint! llmo li OcloVi. Mlenil Cili iirumluiiHiuo IxiliiK olfurcd. The Miircli liiipoils of foroltfii WimiIs wan I,oxi,OtKi pounds compared with 22,l7,0o0 pounds n year ko. Tho amount of corn exported the pint tun mi iitliK in. ".."SO.'! bushels t'llnst 18,270,000 bushel u j'enriiKi. Tne Imp')." s "f butter from lKm mark Into the United KluirYVti for I leycir Wi .undiluted to J lii,'i'Ii),,M0 p.iiind. A coiidi'iiscd uitl...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 5 June 1896

aW.i;;,.-.!, MHMMMMMMwyhhMMMHMMn ' i I'lr1' ' L - - - ' ii i- MtMMMMMl, Spring Medicine vnur blood In Spring is almost certain to be fuU of Impurities the ncoumula ilon of the winter months. Bad ven Illation of sleeping rooms, Impure air In dwellings, factories and shops, over eating heavy, improper foods, failure of thekldnoys and liver properly to do extra work thus thrust upon them, aro tbo prime causes of this condition. It Is of tho utmost importance Ibat you Purify You i" Blood flow, ai N'ncn warmer weather comes and the tonic effect of cold bracing air la gone, your weak, thin, impuro blood will not furnish necessary strength. That fired feeling, loss of appetite, will open tho way forserlous disease, ruined health, or breaking out of humors and impurities. To make pure, rich, red blood Hood'.s Sarsaparllla stands un equalled. Thousands testify to Its .-..it. Millions tnko it as their Spring Medicine. Oct Hood's, because n 'ijr s& SarsaparilBa U the One True ltlooil Purif...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 5 June 1896

-TVJIIIiUli'l'lip'ipflllPfllJll- w v I'K 3 A Daily Capital Journal BY MOVER BHOTHKR8, FRIDAY, JUNE fi, 1800. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight showers. and Saturday, continued See our line of Stfaw Hats, Extra values, from 15c to $2 each J, J, Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. M. P. Colovnn of Tfliigiini went home today. I). Hayden, the I 'oik county pioneer, was In town today. Prank O'NpII of the Northern Pa clllc, Is In tlmcliy. Lawyer MiiiiiiIiik of WoodlHirn had business at Salem today. A. H. Col her, a well known sawmill man, went to 0 recti llutdn today. Hlk Dearborn, a young -Salem busi ness man, returned tKlay from Port land. Gco.Whltncyof Hubbard, and Amos Ilrncli of Woodburn, were In the city today. I. T. Uyron mid Mr. Plnley of Wont b'alem, left for the monutulim for uu outing Unlay. Manager 'J'hos. Kay, of the Salem woolen iiiIIIh, was a 1'ortlaud business visitor May. Mcwira. Kugeno llrcyman and Win. Hrown went to Portland thin morning ounbuslncsHVlKlt. IJ. P. Mulkcy, senator-elect of Po...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 6 June 1896

DAILY JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. ;-V ' W 'J s - ... . SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY JUNE 1896. 'l L. 0 CAPITAL -Fftfede in Salem by Salem People 2 4, ivm V Y Y Y v "V sprlna and Summer " ', 1896. Men s Suits, Siz35 35 to 44 mas' Sizes 6 to iu, Boys' Knee --ollltS-- W00&H Waa STORS, Order of Railway CoDdtttfors I i I i i i i i T 'VI I , I Gran d Excursion To Salem Fait Grounds, $ Stoday, Jtoe 14. ' X Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon X City, Woodburn, Natron, Silverton, Sheridan A and McMinnvillc, .r'A''w'Uwwv Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse ments, Races to start at 1 p. m, Admission to Fair Grounds 25c, Take electric carswCiJX j i t COMMITTEE t t t CR Miller J, M.Poorman, P. H, Tynan, W, S, Censor and , W. R Glendening. The Willamette Hotel. LEADING HOTEL OP THE CITY. Redueed'ratm. Manammrnl llhrril. IF.leetrtc ears leave hotel for all Dllblic buildlmS j 4 points oljinterest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. . . A. I. WAGNER EXCBLSfQ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 6 June 1896

rvp.T WT,-. (riW WPyi "5p p , 4 K - 2, t"r,f, Thi w A . K K tf 'vj tt Daily Capital Journal BY HOKFCK DHOTHBR3 SATURDAY, JUNK G, 18WJ. THE SILVER VOTE IN OREGON, Tlio OicKonhui Is clnlinlnifn great victory against -silver at the recent election. ItS'iys (lie silver vote wn till 'divided while the win nil money men voted wildly for Nnrtliup and nearly defeated Kills. This Is true, but consider the vote the sound money man got. Nortliup Rot about 8000 votes, while the total vote for thu three Bllvcr candidates was 28,000. In tho first district where all the sound money men sue Htipjwiud to lime voted for Toiikiio, and wo know a Ijreut many silver Itojiubl leans voted for lilm, "io got1 only 10,000 votes, while tlio free silver vote or tho dis trict In 27,000. In the city of I'ort lund the freo silver vote for mayor Is 7100, wlillu tlio So-enlled sound money void Is only 8iho, lncltullii'B the -i too votes cast for General Ueobc, and It Is well known hu got nearly nil tlio Mitchell Rep...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 6 June 1896

" T ''"1".-" Grippe The Iron grasp of scrofula hafi mo 1 non its victims. This demon Bo & ' ftc ? wU "'Iff dreadful sores, but racks tho Sr witli tho pains of rheumatism H Hood's Sarsaparllla cures. Nearly foarjrean ego I became at Aided irfth erofula and rhramAHna. Made Banning sores broke out on my thighs, plecca of bone came out and iin operation i contemplated. I had rheumatism In my legt, drawn up out of shape. I lost ap DttUe, could not sleep. I was a perfect wreck. I continued to grow worao and Anally Bvo UP tho doctor'fl treatment to Well take Hood's Barsaparllln. 8oou appotlto csmo back; tho sores commenced to heal. My limbs straightened out and I threw iff.? my crUlCUCS. 1 nm nuyr luiut ana hearty and am farming whereas four rein ago I was a cripple. I gladly rec ommend Hood's Barsaparilla?; Urban HAMMOND, Table Grove, Illinois. Hood's Sarsaparilla lithe One True Wood Purifier. Alt druggists, ft. prepared only by C. f. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. 11 11 riill curo "vc...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 6 June 1896

Daily Capital Journal Y HOFBR BROTHBRS. HATUIIDAY, JIWE ft, 181MJ. ,, WEATHER FORECA8T. Tonight, fair; Sunday, warmer. Sec our line of Straw Hats, , Extra values from 15c to $2 each. J, J, Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. Dr. fyyley, health olllecr at New port Is In the city. Prof. McKlroy, of Eiikuiiu, catnn down tlila inoniliiK- Secretary Kincnld wont to Kimono today to iincml Souri.-iy. Attorney Genunil C. M. Iilluuiiin returned to Portland today. Tlit! hjm'cIiiI car or HhkckritniiQ aspir ant left fur J'orllaud Mil afternoon. 0. I). Glover went to Albany today, and leaven for llwaco next week where ho la living. Mrs. Anna Fltt went to Turner to day to vlHlt her Bluter, Mrs. Phillip McKay font week. George Flalier returned to Eugene this morning having accoiupaued some cattle to Salem. Jim Woodruff returned on the do layed overland this morning from a htiBtnc4 trip to Kotcuurg. It. M. Caldwell, of Lebanon, and MIh4 UardlnR paRscd through Salem today en route for Lebanon. Wm, Dunn, who has ...

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 June 1896

M DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. U M ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. r- - & .:?.. "!. , i 1 1 im " m --' iri'L. 8- . -'.' .. , . -znT iiinnnii lriunrnniinp rur vanuLnDunb SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JTJ2TE 8, I89. NO. 17 , BUY YOUR " i t t i t ' ' ' i ' i i r SHO.E-S . i-n - i i i i, i i . i i . i i t i i i i , , , AT THE x , New York Ra6K6T x THEY SELL THE Al- 5 E T. BARNES. Order of Railway Conductors. i i i t i i i i r Grand Excursion To Salem Fair Grounds, , tt Sunday, Jime 14. X a: Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Woodburn, Natron, Silvcrton, Sheridan and McMinnville 3C2CXXXXX''fXX Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse ments, Races to start at 1 p. m. Admission to Fair Grounds 25c, Take,elcctric cars,3CA3CJ& i i 'i COMMIiTTEE i . i i C,RMUler,J,M.Poorman, P, R Tynan, "W. S. Conser and W. R Glendeningr The Willamette Hotel. LEADING HOTEL OF THE CITY. RKJuctd'ntM. Miiuoement liberal. lElectrlc ears leave kotel lor aWpubllc buildings ui points ofjinterest. Special...

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 June 1896

ifvm??piw&WM!wiWtf'ifrmw(im'i," "'' sfwf If rmi wnt a SHsre reHef fur nHMPwf BJw M Allcock's Hear ih Mind Not ce of Umi I s food as the gentilM. Daily Capital Journal BY HOrfEm DROTHBR3, MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1800. THE SCHOOL OF POLITICS. It must bo non-partisan and non ' political. Its purpose must be to lvc all the people a voice In the government In stead of only one party or only a fac , tlon or minority. Its object Is not to do away with political parties, but to mibstltutc government of tbo people, by tlic peo plo and for the people In tbo place of government by party and for party. To accomplish this the people must bo organized on tho above basis In every neighborhood, without regard to political subdivisions, now existing, and without regard to party lines nnd trco from the manipulation of politi cal committees or organizations, and must systematically bo Instructed In the art of self-government and tho en forcement of tho representative prin ciple. For this purpoio polltlcnl...

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 June 1896

Bank prcsidont Isaac Lewis of Sabina, Olilo, is highly respected all through that section. Ho has lived In Clinton Co. 7;, years, and has been president ol the Sabina Bank 20 years. Ho gladly justifies to tlio merit of Hood's Sarsa pariila, and what ho says is worthy attention. All braiff workers find Hood's Sarsapariila peculiarly! adapted to their needs. It makes puro, rich, red blood, and from this comes nerro, mental, bodily and dlgcstlvo strength. "I am glad to say that Ilood's Sarsapa riila Is a very good medicine, especially ..! .-HatiAnvft it titan Jnna fn. -a1 many times. For acvcral years I suffered greatly With P o Neuralgia in ono oyo and about my temploa, es pecially at night when I had been having bird day ot physical and mental labor. I took many remedies, but found help only lu Hood's Sarsapariila which cured moot rheumatism, neuralgia and headache. 1'ood's Sarsapariila has proved itself a true ('lend. I also tako Hood's Pills to keep tiy bowels regular, and llko tho...

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 June 1896

r Daily Capital Journal. Y HOKECR BROTHBR8 tejSCJrs :rfrsfrT- MONDAY, JUNJfgfflF Sec our line of Straw Hats, Extra values from 15c to. $2 each ft J, J, Dalrymple Co, Sunday School Convention and Masonic Excursion, The 0. C. & 11. 11. R. Company's boats will innkc a rato of oifc faro for tho round trip from nil Willamette river points to Portland and return to all parties winning to attend the Stato Sunday School convcntlbn. Tlio same rato will also apply to nil nicm Uera wishing to attend tlio Grand Lodge, Royal Arch and Kastcrn Star Grand Lodges of Masons. Tickets good K"I'S? ''''"c Otli, 7th, 8tli nnd Oth, nnd returning uj) to and Including Juno jGth. Edwin Stonk, J.O. Mayo, Manager. Supt. Hlvur Division. O-O-td Clicuit Court, llurnott, Judgo, Grand Jury: Jos. Howard, foreman. Peter Uowcn, Frank Culver, Matthews Cooloy, D. Vati WiisRunliovo, Chan. Hnydor, J. Pooler, llallill I). M. Morris, UnllKTs of Ceurt: C. J. Klmoral, G. G, Gnus. Tho docket was called ntl) a. in. as muni. ...

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 June 1896

w w-t-Wsm,. -H Jl ) DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ASSOCIATED PRES DAILY. " Ifl' -' VOL. H. SAIiEM, OHEG02T, TUESDAY, JUNE , I89tt. NO. IT "WR X Made in, Salem by Salem People X serine and Summer Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 youtns Sizes 13 to 19, Boys' Knee Suits tooue dOrer of Railway i i Grand Excursion..... To Salem Fair Grounds Sunday, Jiine 14. Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Woodburn, Natron, Silvcrton, Sheridan i . nr xw n and McMinnviIlc, Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse ments, Races to. start at 1 p, m. Admission to Fair Grounds 25c, Take electric cars,w 2C2L i i i COMMITTEE ' t t t C,R, Miller, J. M. Poorman, P. R Tynan, W, S, Conscr and W. R Glendening. ' The Willamette Hotel. LEADING HOTEL Reduced rates. Management literal.' lElectrlc can leave hoiel (or airjpublic buildings and points of interest. Special rates' will be given to permanent patrons. A. I. WAGNER -EXCELSIOR 1 E. C, .HANSEN, Oalr2xxth3rseilued.!;$SatUf4etion guaranteed. "OW-N MOW...

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 June 1896

,!tfW Daily Capital Journal BY HOITOR BHOTHERS TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1890. 13 OUR POUTICS A FAILURE? Prof. F, W. Blackmarof the chair or history and eocldlogy, Unl rcrelty of Kansas, In tlio Forum.Jutie, J8SW, asks the ntieatlen: Have nrumlMS of iJt'inocracv been fulfilled? Ills ans wer between the lines Is more than a negative, ha snys In fact there Is more than n suspicion abroad that, while men huvo prophesied that ours would prove a perfect form of government, wo have been living upon sentiment a iid seeing visions, and as the scales full f rum thulrevas they observe that this nation Is not saved from tlm grinding poverty, the crfeos.lvo self IsIiiiohs the dexixitlrtiii and corruption of the old world. Prof. Ulackmar shows that ;lf-gov-crmiicut means something more than going to tho K)lls to vote or attending a primary. He says It means eternal vigilance; It uieann dally watchful ness of men and measures. Tho prom ise that tho people Mould take an In terest In their own government If...

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 June 1896

i 111 1 in in plothers .ntloiielv watch declining hoalth of cir daughters. So maay aro cut off L conMimpllon In early years that i. ere is cnl cftU8 ,for anW' J" , cirly stages, when not beyond , ,, reach of medicine, Hood's Snrsn- rilli will rcstoro tho quality and mnnl'ity of tho blood and thus glvo ShcflHIi. Head the following letter : ii it Is but Just to writo about my d.ogbtrr Cora, aged 19. She was. com oletclr run do,vn declining, had that tired Lilne. and frlcnda'sald alio would not live over tnrco uiuutun " . Cough ,nd nothing seemed to do Jicr any good. 1 happened to read nbout IIoof a Sarsupa ,IU nd had licr give It a trial. From tho very first dose shu began to get bettor. After taking a low bottles she was com pletely cured and her health haa been tho ttjt ever bIiicc." Mub. AdDik Feck, 12 ltallroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. "I nlll say that my mother kas not ttcd my caso in as strong words as I would have done. Hood's Barsaparilla hJ truly cured mo and I am. now well."-...

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 June 1896

,r-r,-y,-r-frffm, 'W'JWSIPV-- B lifj R'tf WB M II m MZM m h '' s '- .na ; A tm tvl 'vl hi l(',,j'r; . 11. $$N I :i V IV" W- m ,s.. Mv t?ro Daily Capital Journal. BY HOirtCR BROTHERS TUESDAY, JUNE l, J8W. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight, fair; "Wednesday, showers. Sec our line of Straw Hats, Extra values, from 15c to $2 each, , J, Dalrymple Co. PERSONAL. A. II. JIuddleMHi of Jefferson, In In town. Hon. II. It. K I nc;i Id went to 1'ort land today. Ifoii. W. II. Leeds went to to Port land today. Hrokor Hamilton went to IIiiNcy on business today. State Siiit. (i, M. Irwin wunt to Linn county today. C. 1 Strain, of MuKco, was In tint city today on business. Secretary II. L. llcnts of the Hop Growers Fire Keller Association of lliittcvlllp, was In the city today. Hunt.. Potter or the Chemawa In dian school was In the city today. Ho Is making a great many Improve ments In tlio drainage, tlio conveni ences, and the sanitary conditions. A girls bath-house has been connected with their dormitory. ...

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. — 10 June 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. 'fc. !&' SALEM, OREGON, WiJiOCSDAY, JUNE lO, 189. NO. ! VOL. 8. rT" BUY S- 1 "i " ' ' -'- H'O.E'S AT Iw Vnrk RrirM THEY SELL THE E T, BARNES, Order of Railway Grand Excursion.... To Salem Fair Grounds, Stmday, Jtoe 14 - X V Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Wbodburn, Natron, Silverton, Sheridan McMinnvillc, Eugene and Albany, v Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse ments, Races to start at 1 p, m, Admission to Fair Grounds 25c, Take electric cars,CX22L i i i COMMITTEE t t t tCR Miller, J, M, Poorman, P, H, . "W, R, Glcndening. The Willamette Hotel. leading-Thotel Reduced ratea. Management liberal.. jElectric ears leave hotel (or alljpubllc buildings M points of interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. A. I. WAGNER, -EXCELSIOR - STABLE B. C, Hansen, manager. j 0olT2d'horseiueJ. Satisfaction guaranteed. 'Sowers; -r a KAKES. JCXX.J. X .CJtXA-v.1 and AXLE GKEA5E Hardware. Stoves and Tinware...

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. — 10 June 1896

I .-- wtt- ..-, - -.. - . -..-- .- .1, I. I i",,3cmafc1MPw y You Get Interested in your work when you clean with Gold Dust Broilers, boilers, pots and pans, skillets, kettles, buckets, and cans become clean at a touch, soot is quickly removed, grease dislodged when you use Gold Dust GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER. is indispensab'c for cleaning kitchen uten sils, paint nnd woodwork. Gets the dirt off. Nothing in it to grit Sold everywhere. Mode only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, M. Uu!, Chicago, New York. Ooston, Philadelphia. San Francisco. Capital Journal BY HOKUM 13KOTHKR3 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1803. RIDICULE WILL NOT PEOPLE. DISPERSE The Salem Statesman undertakes to dlsiwrso the iiiiish meeting, willed at. Baleru Saturday of this week by rldl- cule. That will not go down.. If! anyone has any evidences of fraud to uruig ocroro me jiuuhc, reiatitiK to. tho congressional election orany other election, they have a perfect right to do so. The Statesman's rltllrulu Is very III- timed In so s...

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. — 10 June 1896

ffgSfil'ttffH W ' ' ' "" ' Mothers rlotislv watch declining health of Sdrd-ugbtHt .sssr ,Vns i .. .iiiiniiiii,t," " v ' 'r . ,.U U " causo for anxiety. In ! rrly 8tflKCB whc" ,lot l)Cyontl reach of medicine, Hood's gcrra- rllla will restore the quntlty nnd Until)' ff the blooiltauii thus ylvo S3 jliltli. Kcail the follow-In- letter: in h but lust to write about my ,1ugM Cora, aged 19. Bbo was com nlttely ran down, declining, had that tired lln Bnd friends said bio would not lire orcr llirco months. Sho hod n bad . KfllV . t ,na nothTnff usemrd to do tter any good. I hsnpcncd 10 rcad nljcul ,Ioo Bn'1'Pi TU and had her jrkc It n trial. From tho fyflnt dose M begun to pet bolter. Alter taking feW boltks bho was com pletely cured and her health Las been tho Ut ever since." Mi'.B. Adwii Pkck, 12 Railroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. 'I will ay that my mother kas not stated my cane In n ftronir words a I would have done. Hord'a Harsnparllla hM truly cured me and I am now well." Cora Peck, Amit...

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. — 10 June 1896

H T Wi "-"w-frjr. mmm liml ijMb m V l y$$ -lA J: Daily Capital Journal. --. --vrr iiii;"-'..us-. BY HOKISK BROTHBRa, WEDNESDAY, JUNE JO, 1890. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Thursday, fair. Shift Waists, Trojan Waists are perfect filling, are made of best materials; bishop slreves; late collar!. Belts, Waist Sets, Etc. Just received a new line of Dresden span pled belu; also gilt, black, kid, leather, linen, etc. Gilt tailing lir the yard. New blick ami colored buckles; a Urge variety or waist sets, etc. See the line of 50c belt). Wash Goods. We shown fine line of dncki, plquef, percales, dimities, dotted wiie, etc. See ui for commencement co.tumM. J, J, Dalrymple Co. PERSONAL. Itov.J. S.Whl to miitle it' visit lo Oregon City today. W. II. Quccner. of Stnytoii, was hi the city yesterday.' Htato TretiHtirur Phil Mctschun went, to Portland thin iiitirnlnir. Gen Geo. II. Wllllniiifi returned to Portland on tlm morning train. Chun. P. Steam returned to Monitor today, ufloru visit with Sa...

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