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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 June 1896

?JDAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. iV ASSOCIATED PRESS DA.II.Y. k PiMMM Sr,: ,fc V L. SAIiKM, OHEGON, TlltJltSDAY , JUNE II, 18. NO. lift Made in Salem by Salem People -. - p. - v I spring and Summer Men's Suits, f 7 H Sizes 35 to 44 I .ClU 1 Sizes 13 to 19, wUiUU rnee v 11 vl"Ci .ovs Suits WOQl&H 1 &ttii STORE Order of Railway Conductors. Grand Excursion.... To Salem Fait Grounds, StodaMtae 14 a: Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Woodburn, Natron, Silvcrton, Sheridan McMinnville, Eugene and Albany, 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!XlX2L i t t COMMITTEE t i i ;CR Miller, J, M,Poorman, P, H. Tynan, W. S, Conscr and . W. R. Glendcning. The Willamette Hotel. LEADINGHOTEL OK THE CITY. uA Re.(nce ntes. Manaceraent liberal (Electric ears leave holel for alljpublic buildings pcuu ol interest. Special rates will be given to permanent patrons. A. I. WAGNER -EXCBLSIOR '- STABL...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 June 1896

l. 11 IS&fiHI r Daily Capital Journal MY HOKlfl BKOTHBR8, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1890. THE SCHOOL OF POLITICS. This Is nn era of people's organisa tions. All otlicr Intcrrstfl are organized. The politicians arc organized In parties to niukc money out of politico. If the people get any good results out of the recent election or out of the next legislature- they will have U bo organized. Tub Jochnai. presents In thcSchool of Politics a practical method of or ganization without displacement of jarty line. "The School of Politics," or the American primary system,- Is an ex posure of the present corrupt system of party government. Until the tx' plo organize on an non-partisan basis, hb tlgllunco committees, there will be no change. As Col. .r. C. Cooper, founder of the Bimetallic Union parly or Yamhill county says, cut the throUorthe mm who fall to keep his pledges In the legislature. Hut that Is too late. Tin people should be organized so as to keep tab on the man before he gets out of ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 June 1896

w Scrofula T.,fMfa tho Woa or humanity. It 1 S varied forms, but is forced '1'S Hood's Sarsaparilla, which l0.iflci ami vitalizes the blood and ffij! ? nil inch diseases. Head this: .. tn September, 1891, Imade misetepsnd injured my ankle. Very soon afterward!, A Sore t,ro Inches across formed and In walking to favor It I sprained my ankle. The sore, Zttm worse; I could not put my boot Tand I thought I Bhould have to Blvo up ., .rv step. I could not got any relief ,nd had to stop work. I read of a cure of .limit" case by Hood's BareaparllftT and concluded to try It. Before I had taken all of two bottles the sore had healod and the swelling had gone down. My Foot li now well and I have been greatly bene fited otborwiso. I havo lhcreaeod in weight and am In bettor health. I cannot r enough in pralso of Hood's Sarsapa rilli." Mns. II. Blake, So. Berwick1, Me. This and other similar cures prove that Hood's Sarsaparilla Ii the One True Mood rurlnpr. All drugclsts. $1. FrepiMrt only hr f,...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 11 June 1896

0 b h Daily Capital Journal. BY HOPECR BROTHBRS ts TnansDAY, junb n, isoo. WEATHER FORECAST. TonlKlitnnd Thursday, fnlr. Shift Waists, Trojan Waists are perfect filling, are made of beit material; blihop ili-evet; late collar. Belts, Waist Sets, Etc. Jtiit received a new line o( Dresden span, pled bell; otto citt. black, kid, leather, linen, etc. Uilt ueuing iy me vara. New blwk nnd colored buckle; a large variety of waitt acta, etc. See the line of 50c belli. Vah Goods, We show a fine line of duck, piques, percale, dlmllies, dulled wie etc tfee ui for commencement cottuin;. J, , Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. Hon. T. T. Ocer was In rmvn Wwl lipsdny. Hon. K. T. Hatch, of McCoy, In In tlio city. L, H. HalHcy, tlioKlnyton morcliiint returned homo ttwlt-y. Attorney Uenuriil Itlluiunii lettirncil to Portland tlil morning. Mr. Ittiur. r the Garden Itoad, Hiwndliijj it few daj'H In Portland. County Stipt. J. S. Graham went .Portland this niornlnKun bimlnosH. Ik to Anotliekcr Daniel J. Fry went t...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 June 1896

-.!, - - njswrm1 "'." "y " - '-"fcr ig-Tiwiprrrf CAPITAL JOURNAL, ASSOC I AT KD HlliSS DAILY. V I- 8. SAL KM, OKBGOK, tflUlvY JUNE J, I8JMJ. v. NO. 19 -"7B " w- -T i DAILY BUY HO. , , - , i 'f-1 . iZTLli j t i i i i i i t , ' AT THE -. ii r'l.i i .. ... .,. u..i j mi -iiiin'r '- - 1 rn n m i rnni'iii'iinwii iiwinm rV-"1' n'iwf tKTft I'm riT",JTT '"' " "IMMJ,iiliiiw. i ..ii I'HihimirirMf jaii---r-J"i . ...j -i i -i mi "-" " --- - -" -. --.. .-........ r THEY SELL. THE , , E T, BARNES. Order of Railway Condiirfors. iTWI", , i , , , Grand Excursion.... To Salem Fait Grounds, Stoday, Jtoe 14, - Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Woodburn, Natron, Silvcrton, Sheridan McMinnvilie, Eugene and Albany. Good music, races ments, Races to Fair Grounds 25c, t t t COMMITTEE t t t C R, Miller, J, M, Poorman, P. H, Tynan, W, -S, Conscr and . W, R, Glendening. The Willamette Hotel. LI5ADING HOTEL Kcducea wtea. Management liberal. Electric caw leave ho;el (or allpublic building w p...

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

'" rTT"i. .'f ( ?, ,f Too Much Co! J. r . I III- Daily Capital Journal "B ' ? n 15 toIc on wnffrcsnint)oM disinterested and noftSvfrllsan lxriird of crfivawfr. -krf-V O TXJ mucpn. I Tlffi S-iIhim Kfiit4mnri Is nefill J ,v.v. xi..n. aieui ftin sr rjsar -k-o- r--r-- --- rr -- Ti ixi ------ -n 3 :i. . njfficli biirTnji whllc-to Hlifttrjfie the depth ? ironldnofcost muclrfmr Mkc' rStock arid Fruits , c isrrrTT? 2S WKWftiU'ik'S time, If It can be done. If It can be done before the ballots arc of Ignorance to which peixms in a s w BY HOTOR BROTH BRS position tn be informed ranraiu it jFacts and Discussions, Jfc say on June 10: "The pi Ice ofMllvcr fs -ff.f n-arr !.-. ? t yy. IP t-. -y iTJ 'i?ViE3CSvEs HJ ,t gjiruriii 9 "r' OR destroyed, all fair Ihtsohs will abide wnnt nnn fiiv ilnv lifter the Oretrnn FKIDAY, JUNE 12, 1890. THE CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION. There lit great public Interest In Ute ilbnwiflbnrt election In this dlWj.5l nnd tlio mm mt pUny cnllqci ferJe'elQcB tfariirilijy ufiermxui...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 June 1896

"WJH '!' I m 1 1 m r i Mnwhiliqvfy. m$ft1 "' Boils It U often (lifllctilt to convince pco nlc tliclr blood Is Impure, .until dread Pi caibiiiiclcs, abscesses, bolls, scj-of-h or salt rheum, tiro painful proof of lie fact' ,l '9 w,B,lom n(ftv nl" when pvor'tiieif U any IndlentJon of Impure biooili to Mo Kami's Bmaiiirlllsi iintl S mm mill i I'Ptluno end guHdniijf. nl had dfrtdlul cu IfflBBlf feititoe, i.j, flirt, flirfii snd true") ffiK d&ttoif it Med tfld om ifcveri Ktifcts, Vh6ii tlie ibicni broke, thdpalna tt'bro terribly and thought I should not ilvo through It. I ttJrd and rcaJ " ,lluoa about llood'a gjnjurllU, ttl.tt I decided to tako it) and my husband, whd Vas Buffering with bollJ, took It also. It boou purified our lood built mc up and restored my health bo that although the doctor said I would not bo able to work hard, I hove alnco !- i ho work for 20 nconle. Hood's Bar- Muarllla cured my husband of tho bolls. mi tve regard it o wonderful medicine." Mrs Ansa Peterson, L...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 12 June 1896

;.V nw IMUMUMMMa Kiln mmlli MIlMMOiMl tfjAbij'rrir'.rii -orfifti fc.iiriiJ''"'f''"l,'n''1" D Capiial' Journal. tc-ssr. - - .- . -. r - " ' v - Y HOiriEKfBROTHKRa ' L.t,u j . ..;'jfj t i i. "Tt , rrrK i! ' it - DAY, JUKE 12, 1890. Shirt Waists, jtrOCfAL REVeL-ATIOttS. Some reaojils and, Mews f theDotsCT ? i y "( Oregon Jpeopje, i Is visiting Trolan ttaitts are perfect filllnt. are tnadeofbnt materials; Ll.liop sleeves; laie collar, Beta, Wais Sets, Etc Jn$t received a new line of Dresden span sled belt; alio gill, black, kid, leather, linen, elc. Gilt belling br the yard. new black and colored buckles; a large 31 is. L. II. McJIalmn friends at Wnoburn. Mrs. II. A. Jrilimon, Jr., In vlslllriff friend nl Jefferson. Mr. C. E. Wolvcrinn returnee 'from Albany today accompanied by her mother, Mr. Price, or that ulty Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Strlckler left fur Oregon City via i-eamer yesterday, they will make the old capital their future home. iU THE HOP Sornethfnf . About r '.- i 1 Vf lnberof ?...

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. — 13 June 1896

V"., v?r"3 iff r-TB r DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL v ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. .v SALEM,OKBGON,sVrtTKDAY JUNE I, I86. NO. 19S Made in Salem my & SDiino '?C? t Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 Sizes 13 to 19, and youths Boys' Knee Suits WOOUiM Mi STORE Order of. Railway i Grand Excursion.... To Salem Fair Grounds, Stoday, dime 14. . Excursion trains will run from Portland, Oregon City, Woodburn, Natron, Silvcrton, Sheridan McMinnvillc, Eugene and Albany, Good music, races of all kinds and other amuse ments. Paces to start at 1 p, m. Admission to Fair Grounds 25c, . :i . . . rwvfliurTTTRC , , , CR, Miller, J. M. Poorman, P. W. R, Glendening. The Willamette Hotel. o- LEADINGlHOTEL OK THE CITY. Reduced ratea. Management ltocral. Electrlc'can leave hoiel (or oltjpublle buildings 4 pointi o( Interest. Special rate will be given to permanent patrons. A. I. WAGNER -EXCELSIOR. E. C, HANSEN, Wraaai hwie ued. Satisfaction guaranteed. UWN MOWERS. HAY RAKES. GRAY Hat dwar ef Stoves and Tinware, CAKI1PM ll...

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 June 1896

Jt A SHORT TALK ON MEDICINE OF CHEAT INTEREST TO WOMEN. Pale Cbccks and Nerveless Hands are no Longer Admired. To be Strictly Correct you must have Rosy Cheeks and Good Health. Men Admire Wholesome-looking: Women, and now Seek their Wives from that Class. A FEW POINTERS FOR THE GIRL OF THE PERIOD. Vur blood U the aeeret of health and I pale, complain nf weaknu. U 'tired out " beauty. The fntam roay ' regular, the iifn the alirhtert rxrtm ; if he S iron form perfect, but no woman can be beautiful bW with headache or Wkachr. pain in Hie in tbe full ent c-f the wonl while raftering i aide; If her temper I fitful ami her appetite from any of ibe peculiar ailment of biriu I poor, he I in a mndiih.ii of ratrrme Derii, IMfdftroylherontpJeilon,I prodor-'a fit ruljeet P lb drrel..r.raml of lint tire of wrinkle ami premature old arc. rwwt dreadful of all dl.mwr eniiannii-tion. JitgxtUr monthly uterine action la nerery I If Tn notice any of tliw nipl.fH ln,J" to every woman' health, awl iflhl ...

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 June 1896

.-, t v Sour o,0ach, sometimes called watcrbmh, i hurulmr Pain dlstrcsa nausea, SnciS" nrc cured by IIoocV. Sar h Tills it accomplishes because IM!"'i Its wonderful power as a blood ...;, Hood's Sarsuparllla gently n L'mul strengthens the stomach and 1 "Hive organs, Invigorates the liver, n-Ina nil appetite, gives refreshing ;.'S' of dyspepsia and indigestion It .,,, to hiivo "a mnglo touch." I ,'or over 12 years I suffered from sour Stomach - j tevero pains ncros. my ahoulders, , i Ti4t d'Ucs. I bad violent nausea , , v VI Icavo mo very weak and ,' i,(t 1-uli to cot ray breath. Thcso t 3 enmo of'.cncr and more eevcre. I I , t receive any hating bcnellt from I'j'vj cln' J, but found such happy effceti Uon a tr'al of Hood's Sarsaparllla, that I tOv'MCrsl liottlnaand mean to nlway. lctnl i- the house I am now able to j)ii.l a own work w,'Ioh for six years j have been unablo to do. My husband and on )ivo nUo been greatly bene fited by Hood's Barsoparllla for pains In the back, and afte...

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 June 1896

TV Ll ' Daily Capital Journal. MY HOPKR BROTHERS, SATURDAY, JUNK 13, J800. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Sunday, fair. SOCIAL REVELATIONS. Shirt Waists, Troian Waisti are made of bei material; late collar. perfect fitting, nre Uihop sleeves; Belts, Waist Sets, Etc, lust received a nsw line of Dreac'en span fled bells; alto gilt, black, kid, leather, linen, etc. G'lt belllnc by the r; linen, etc. (J'lt helilnc by the yard Mew buck ami cotoitd buckles; a large variety of wl-t Kit, etc. bee die line of 50c bell. WmIi Goods, We showr a fine line of ducks, pique, percales, dimillei, d itted knrie, etc. See u fur ooaicnenjemsui co.lumrs. , ), Dalrymple Co, RIVER NEWS. Ruslnoss is rattier quiet on tlic rivri but thn boata stilt carry a ureal many passengers In spite of the low rate jnado by the railroad. The Altotia went to Portland this morning and the Itainona will arrive up from the metropolis this evening. The Until passed through Snlctn this afternoon for Corvnllls, which place clio w...

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 June 1896

-t-w"k fffSBfii' itt-- DAILY CAPITAL ASSOCIATED F&ESS DAILY. SAX, KM, ORhGOtf, MONDAY JUNE 15, I8. ' -"- - ' ' 1 -T ' NO. m JOtlRNAiL yvli' BUY S'H'O.BS AT New York THEY B P T -it - - JL BOLD, Crack a Car DAD BURGLARS. Company's Safe Before Midnight. A Mnslcr Rahman ilroproof safe blown open. $2oo In money, and valu able papers gone, was what Supt. Derby of the motor car line found, when lie went to his olllce this morn ing. On the lloor were a sledge hammer, chisels, braces for drilling, papers scattered all about and broken pieces of casting. Tho tools had been borrowed at tho blacksmith shop across the street. A woman saw two men come out of the back door of the shop with tho tools about 10 o'clock Sunday night. Abot II o'clock u man at Hansen's livery, saw two men go Into the rear of the Stato Insurance Company block, and soon after an explosion was heard. The skilled craftsman were experts, and wore very quick about their work. They out out a panel In the rear door, turned ...

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 June 1896

rr" 5jn!W"r" LJuJjj.t.JjijfjiiiirjaM'SMii iinTnimwa mmmtntm MistriUii SEE Daily Capital Journal Y MOKICR BROTHBR3 MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1890. GENERAL WEAVER. Some Journals continue to animad vert upon the applause which greeted tlio mention of General WeaverM name by temporary chairman Wright by the Democratic slate convention. These Journals purposely neglect to say that name of Weaver wiib re ceived wlthdemonstratloiiK of pleas ure, because the bearer of It Is worthy of the respect of any body of men or of any citizen who admires honesty, high Intellectual ability, undoubted patriotism, and thorough devotion to the principles of jKipulnr government No matter what General Weaver may be termed, he In tin American of tlio type that wrested the Jndcixiiicluncc of the colonies from Great Hrltuln. He rlHkcd Ills life In the civil war to save the union, und dominated by a lofty conscientiousness, he has pre ferred to be with the minority In what ho has believed to be the right than with the m...

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 June 1896

Gloom 0M1,,1eaHl,ifiPondcncyana?cr!r nnl.S ami 1-cnl ', upon taking ffffi SaratmrIllB, bccauso it gives 1 ir.l II onml vitality to the blood, "Kuril thnt imparts "c? n,S Ja, to the whole -,ioodi8 MmJ -pV ,u h.pcd mo wonderfully, . ' d sickness to health, gloom to buh hlne No pen can describe what I auf "Ired." I was deathly sick, had sick head . hi fiery few days and those terrible tired deiponaeni jeeiiugB, wim .i. ItMbln to that I could not go up and down stairs without clasping my hand over roy heart and resting. In fact, It would almost take my breath away. I sui ted go I did not care to llvo.yct I had much to live for. Thcro is no plcasuro In lite If deprived of health, for Ufo becomes i burden. Hood's Sarsaparllla does far more than advertised. After taking one boltle, It Js sulllclent to recommend Itself." Miw. J. E. Smith, Belolt, low. Hood's Sarsaparilla Ii the One Truo Wood rurlner. All druiRlits.il. Prepared only ny ft I. Hood & Co., Ixwell, Mas. f r! 1 1 - eure all l...

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 June 1896

rmiWYFHpywm qmiVMt!!&irJ tl j.Jllil'l!L'!)limUtfHIJuB W byi-sersJtfJBS Daily Capital Journal. Y HOIfKR BROTHERS, MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1806. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight a rid Tuesday, fair. SOCIAL HARMONICS. Shift Waists, Trojan '.Vilit are perfect fitting, are made of best materials; blihop sleeves; late collar. Mb, Waist Sets, Etc Just received a new line of Dresden span- icainer, ried beiu; niio gut, buck, km, linen, etc out belting Mr I (law black and colored buckles; a yard, farce bee the line variety of waut felt, etc. of 50c belli. Wash Goods, We show a fine line of ducks, piques percales, dimluet, ditted wie, etc. bee ui for commencement cotlumri. )t ) Dalrymple Co. Tub I'athkiii.ksh. Tho score or more of llttlo ones nt tlic state orphans liornc liavc had two Immense treats of Into, Tliey attended In a body on Saturday through the kind ncss of Dr. Urlstol and i'alton Urns. the educated horse snow at the opera houM. The immense crop of straw berries also affords great enjoyment ...

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 June 1896

'"'"fi'JlW WJ1W vjw'-fwrwjrv ". V DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. - j SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1896. y T.. NO. 1 VWfede in Salem v rliio and 5 inn ) O UUIIOJ Sizes 35 to 44 Sizes 13 to 19, Progress of the Union Bi metallic Party, STATE CONVENTION JULY 9. Calls for Mass Conventions Wanted in Each County. MoMinnville, Juno 15. Special to Jouunal.1 The call for a state convention of tlio Union Blmotalllo party that swept Ynmlilll county at the recent election lias attracted' a Rreat deal of attention and comment, and the question whether the votes of tbecltlzens of Oregon who favor tlio free coinage of gold and silver as itandard money can bo united on one presidential candidate at the Novem berelectlon Is now fairly beforo the people of Oregon. who was a former commander of the Grand Anny of the Republics of Ore. Son, this movement has for tho tlnio sagacious lender. With his as oclatta in Yamhill county, ho is tosh from a well-won and hard-won contest, in a han...

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 June 1896

fiiJs8 fc'.'Sr u.ftXWM'l, I hltzU ' i5 i , i t ljjE Ifiiil rBVWttlral M Daily Capital Journal, V HOJKR. BROTHERS TUESDAY, JUKE J0,189(J. j FOR KETItENCIIMENT. TbcClackmns Populist county cen tral committee nnd the offlcers-clcct Mid A meeting Saturday, about 60 be- ing present. Tlio clilcf matter for consideration related to tlic conduct of f he county ofilces under the new administration. It was agreed that Sheriff Grace should provide one deputy and two horses, and County Clerk Dixon and Recorder Luelllng should provide one deputy each, pay able out of their salaries, as fixed by statute, and that they should do their utmost to attend to nil the business with the force thus provided at their own expense. If extra help is nec ccssary, It is understood that the county is to pay for It, If agreeable to the county court. It was also agreed that Assessor Stout sliould receive 800 a year, instead off J a day, and that tho county sliould pay his deputies. Superintendent Stark weather was...

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 June 1896

, rr ' Nervous iu Hood's Sarsaiiorilliu It fur "ijlic's the desired strength by puri fying, vitalizing and enriching the , od, and thus builds up tho nerves, ( ,i,cs tho stomach nnd regulates tho' v! :? system. Read tliis: I i t want to praise Hood's Sarsaparllla. , . healtb run down, and I had tho grip. , r tint, my heart and nervous system ,s i,adly affected, so that I could not do ,'nv own work. Our physician gavo mo f me help, but did not cure. I decided n trv Hood's BorBaparllla. Boon I could do alt my own uoummui. .." Cured Hood's PU1 with Hood's Sarsaparllla, and they havo done mo much good. I will not bo without them. I havo taken 13 bottlesof llood'a Sarsaparllla.and through the Llesslng of God, It has cured mo. I worked as hard as ever the past sum mer, and I am thankful to say I am weil. Hood's Pills when takon with Hood's Sarsaparllla help vory much." Mns. M. M. Mkssenoeii, Freehold, Penn. This nnd many other cures prove that Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the One True IJlooil P...

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 June 1896

r -,v' r -r,-w!r5!if4,WJMM!H i, i"XW. , $, r-i x 2WIP 3.J' K W1S 13! i? fiPs t tLim? i.B a isi.; i R5HH P" fr" Wlj f i ' , r Li 'mt E-'r i ''M. Daily Capital Journal. '-"i ' ..... I ... . JY HOKBFt BHOTH1CRS, TUESDAY, JUNE 1GJ1890. Shirt Waists. Troian Waist are perfect fitting, ere made of best materials; bithop sleeres; late coilin. Belts, Vaist Sets, Etc Just received new line ol Dresden span fled belts; alio gilt, black, kid, learner, inen, etc. Gilt lieltlng by the yard. New black and colored buckles; a large variety of waist sets, etc. See the line of 50c belts. Wash Goods, We show fine line of ducks, piques, percales, dimities, dotted Swisses, etc See us for commencement costumes. J, , Daltymple Co, PERSONAL, Senator Gcsncr went to Portland today. Senator .Smith, of Astoria, started for homo this morning. II, W. Hatch was a passenger for Portland on tlic morning train Ilev. Kllowcr, of the First Gentian Uaptlst churcli, returned today. J. E. Barnes, of Weston, Or., left for h...

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