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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 17 June 1896

t ' v 3!nt frn ..1 tof w u"3- rys-fi ,. n. a vtft rr DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, a V ? 1 ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY, SALEM, OK EGON, WEDNESDAY JUNE IT, 18. NO IX "! T"W""fi- a? of Truth cut from everyday experience. Knives and forks and hot mater don't agree. You can't change the fact, but you can change the water. The secret of keeping handles on, keeping them white, keeping them tight, is the use of warm water and GOLD DUST WASHING POWDER. The best cleaner in existence for greasy things and everything else. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAJRBANK COMPANY, tl. touts, Chicago, NtwYcrk, Unite. Philadelphia, Sin Francisco. &r5 x BUY" SHQ.ES ! ' I I I t I ' I ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I I ! AT New York Racket THEY SELL THE , it 5 E T. BARNES. FISHERMEN'S STRIKE, Reception of the Militia at Astoria, DIFFERING STATEMENTS, Sensational Headings of an.Astoria Paper. Asronu, Or., June 17.-The appear anceof tho First Regiment, O. N. O., o this city was not received with un tied satisfaction...

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. — 17 June 1896

'inr',iri'iriMfr"iTr,Ti"'iTriTj'Tmi rTMaf t., ' tWBBBEEXi PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES. '!M-W& t a, ti t ilt mi iwirflyfcffTiiWiJsMftyr mmr um.to ' ""f H Vi i It .IPHKh?. 757i .0sssVhI COTTOLENE When a woman tries Cottolene for shortening or frying she never again uses lard. There is only one Cottolene accept nothing elsebegin its use to-day. Genuine is sold everywhere with trade-marks "Cottolene' and steers head in cotton-plant wreath on every tin. MUS IV. K. FAIRBA1SK COMPANY Iu,Cb,C. Montreal, SftnPranctoco,PottUafl,OToa. Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKBR DHOTHEH3 "WKDNESDAY, JUNK J7, 18W1. GIVK lS A STItAIOHT IS&7K.' Tho llepubllcan party will learn that It cannot beat tho PopullnL party In the advocacy of Its own principles. This Is the -lesson of tho election. Orcgoil, after nil, Ib a uokl standard, not n Oliver standard, Htatc, and this will Ik) established when wo get a straight Issue oh the question, Tho Orcgonlati. Tho ubovo Ih copied In the eastern press as the utterance ...

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. — 17 June 1896

,mmmmmmmmmmsmtmMmitMifmm I ,tho voted. ttrtfordlng.in Mi, Cald.weiJ, ! fir every corrupt 'measure that was lireeiitctl In the lust legislature? If I It Is, then M.r. Y'niiderburg and tho i ...ii.. ......... i . , . .1 Merit The Capital Journa EAST AND SOUTH -VIA- , .nd Merit Maintains tbecoafldeace ttl" m, BI?" mra nna r V ovinia In IlOOa'S warsapaiiua. hr --- - i j "- ""- tf tbepcop' j. k uluted on lutvluir lit last succeeded In Shasta Route. ": .1. -w- ororv where, then boyoad getting rid of It I m f.rn rnrea u "'" . . FOR 1896, r? ....Hon that mcdlolnepoescsaca borlt. I iNQUlitiiit, BII4"" z jt tjfixC&st. MARION. VtOrvniEi: mmmmmsammmmmasm Made ,..M.ttho truth about Hood's Bar- jtfajastino"" -.lU WO Know IS pvaamovn uiurib , 2Jelt cures, not onco or twico or a t-nred times, but in wousanas ana B"?i. f rW. Wo know It curea. fSely, permanently, when all others . Kdotny good whatever. Wo repeat M ll S. al H& Sarsaparilia iitMbMt-ln fact tho One Truo Blood rurlflcr. ,,,, cure...

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. — 17 June 1896

1.-" Krr m.tM MM u Ljlfctj fff. '1 j ill it J Kl t' fi ri ar'" v I '( I fai ii ! I ! (' 11 17 n i u r "A .f, 'J KSiSk M " w& i Daily Capita! Journal. 3Y HOFBR BROTHKR8 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 18M. SOCIAL HARMONICS. Shift Waists, Trojan Waists re perfect filling, ere made of best material; blihop litem; late collars. Belts, Waist Sets, Etc, Jutt received a new line of Drcaden span- . . . n '..... ... .a Bleu belli; nlto gilt, duck, kui, learner, linen, etc. Gilt belting by the yard. New black ami coloied buckle; a large variety of wal,t sell, etc, See the line of 50c belli. Wash Goods, We abovr a fine line of ducks, piquet, percales, dimlttei, dotted Swisses, etc. See ui for commencement costumes. J, J, Dalrymple Co. PERSONAL. Itcv. J. S. White was In Dermis to day. Hon. McKlnlcy Mitchell, of Gervals is In town today. Geo. 0. Illnghnm Ik in Portland on legal business. Grant Dlmlek, of Oregon City, Is attending circuit court at Salem. Judge Jafl. Datcltclor Is home f mm the Albany col...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 June 1896

xrrrfrw "rw DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. H ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. .,. ...t - - f-- y r l m.. .1.. H. SALEM, OREGON, T1IU11SDAY. JUNE I, 1836. no. m c. rsclSwb tjtV en's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 Sizes 13 to 19, ioys' Knee dUITS-- 1 PRESS BULLETIN bout the National Republi can Convention, JETAILS OF THE DEBATE, Vote by States on the Silver Ques tion and Platform.- St. Louis, June 18. Wcutlior clear and warm. Stronir efforts will bo bade to closo tlie convention tonight. pie Impression generally prevails Ithat McKlnlcy aud Morton will be the nominees. THE PLATEORM. The platform declares that the ex iting gold standard should bo maln- tained and onnoses free notnncrn of liver, pledges protection of American industries, favors reciprocity and Just ftallatlonj endorses Harrisons ad- ilnlstratlon; denounces Democratic "i't! favors nroteo.tlnf Amnrlrvin '"gar: endorse tho Monroe doctrine; he extension of civil service: onnoses ln use of money for ecctarlno ipurposes; fovors liberal pensions; ad voc...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 June 1896

"A -& t h Dailjf Capital Journal. fcY HOFR BROTHERS TIIUItSDAY, JUNE 18, 1800. AN OLD WEAPON. When you linve no argument call names. Whet) you ciin't. win tlic case in any other way nbuso your oppon ent. That Is an old weapon. It Is as respectable us the Cuban's mnchcto or tho spiked club of the Digger Indian In hlrf dugout. A subscriber aiks why Tub Jovu NAt, prints nil the abusive articles that appear In other papers about It. lb does bo simply to let the people know the worst that can be said or Invented about Its editors. If It Is trile It should be printed. If It is raise It will have no weight with thinking persons and most nil of our readers are of that kind. A newspaper that Juts any modesty Is precluded from self-praise or publl cation of compliments, but It Is not debarred from publishing criticisms. The Journal, has never hesitated to print such unfavorable and denunci atory articles even from anonymous correspondents and appearing In seuil rcspcctablc sources. Wc sha...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 June 1896

'i(fppWfV?rfr IfPWr? jtt ?Tr r, rjJp-TT - -rjf, -p. i.w .-, 'iBCfwrTf11" Rij'T--T'fr lilTiTTKf II'! " ' iiMtawrtnAi . -y.y --fy That Tired Feeling Mike you scem "al1 brokcn UP'" wlth" cot life, ambition, energy or appetite It fa often the forerunner of serious Ill ness or tho accompaniment of nervous troubles. It Is a posltlvo proof of thin, weak, Impuro blood; for, If the blood la rich red, vitalized and vigorous, It Im part! llfo and energy to every ncrvo, organ and tissue of tho body. Tho necessity of taking Hood's Sawaparllla lor that tired feeling Is thoroforo apparent to every one, and the good It will do yon u equally beyond question. Ecmembcr Hood's Sarsaparilla Uthe test-In fact tho Ono True Dlood rurlflcr. .. n r:il cure liver Ills, easy to take, HOOtlS l-l I IS easy to operate, ss cents. PCBMC SCHOOLS AND POLl- TILS. Curls Dilley Warnor.In Harper's Mont'ily, ha taken up tlio cudgel against the polltlcluns- who are run i nint; the si-'.iofiW of New York City. This subject ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 18 June 1896

r l-lt -rip n,. tt Daily Capital Journal. Y HOKKR BROTHERS THUKSDAY, JUNE 18, 1890. Hcx3pun, X 2 2 2. Tho ideal wash fabric. We place on talc a large assortment at regular whole sale price, and advise carl selections. 15c per yard. IikJiVo Prints. 3000 yardi of blue calico, audi at you have paid us 7c per yard lor, we place aiei on tal : special at 5c ptr yard. Belts, Belt Ribbon, Etc, X 7C We show a dainiy gilt belt and burkle at joe; also leather, spangled, linen, etc. Expect more white kid one this week. Sun Shades, 2C TC X 3C The while silk, white sticks, patent frame shades at ra(o area great value. Same with deep silk ruffle $2. J, Ja Dalr ymple Co, PERSONAL, Judge Geo. II. Williams loft this morning for Portland. Mrs. J. A. Carter left totluy for a Visit to Bull Lake City. Mrs. "W. I). PurIi went to Portland tills morning to visit friends. John Mayer, the machinist. Is In Portland today on business. G. W. Stutc.sinun left today for n Visit to PoJtlund and Walla Wallu, A. N. M...

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. — 19 June 1896

'yW' DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. , .- -4 ASSOCIATED PRfeSS 3DA.ILY. -tt- SALEM, OHEGON, PllID AY, JUNE 11, 18S. VOL. JNTO. W , , BUY ! I I I I S'H'O.E'S ! I I AT jfyork Ra6K6i , THEY SELL THE 5 E T BAKNES, INVENTION CLOSES, ssociated Press Account of the Affair. 10BART OF NEW JERSEY Put On as McKinley's Running Mate. St. Louis. Juno 10. The national Republican convention nulled their incipics to tuc mastneau anu ptaccu in command of the ship that 18 to bear them to fortune or disaster in November their popular Idol, Win. McKlnley of Ohio, and Garret A. Hobart of New Jersey. But there was mutiny aboard and at tho last moment, before tho lines vero cast off, some of the members of tho crew, who had shipped in many a voyage", refused to sign the now shipping arti cles and walked down tho tinnirnlank. The convention was held in session for ten hours to accomplish tho work cutout for It and the scenes at differ ent times were tragic, dramatic and Inspiring. Fully 15,000 people were in the vas...

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. — 19 June 1896

F"rtnriltFTi jwfl"r- 1 mm Tnn1"1 ' '" iW wT w 1 A J .-9 il3 ItJ HV HV IV ( IHB1 H&. V9 BLrfittJi-LiH ti3iJritfcf r2k by all dealers, mLMrWjjW s&r4MTb?.Qmr &r sm&r&' syjiiojj S2Z22 all dealers, everywhere, in one, three and five pound tins, each bearing this label, with trade-marks "Cottolene" and steer's head in cotton-plant wreath. It is at once the best, ' most wholesome and least expensive shortening in existence.' v Cottolene has done m.ore for the cause of good health, through better cooking, than any other agency. Made only by nlntnmil I OA ., UUIIIIUI 3W1...U, claimed $78.00, XX LasIs, The TV. K. fah'bank Company, Clilfaco, UoutKil, fctn I rmrliro, 1'ortUnd, Omioi, Daily Capital Journal DV HOJTXCR 13ROTH1EHB. KJUDAY, JUNK 10, 1800. 280 TO -II. It is well known Hint tlio advocate whowrototbo article In tlio States man of Juno 10, Hlgncd "Inquirer," Is tlio Hiirno man who Jilrcd tlio car riages and packed tlio Yew Park primaries wltlj voters to curry u ticke...

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. — 19 June 1896

- -i?,,TVVBrwT j" -(srriw pry -f , gy f j."1: miHm..im'i'. imUi ii, .Mwniiirw;;" Merit i.trrll talks" the TIL Intrinsic value of jn;ru' , fim z Hood's 8rtpa"ua. - T. "" ' Merit in medicine eM tnt rower to Zm. lIwd'iBm?HApwt Actual iad unequalled cnrttlv power and thero tort It has trU8 mor,t' Whea ou bu Hood's BartaparilU, and take it according to directions, to purify your blood, or tare any of tho many blood disease, you jm morally certain" to receive benefit. Th4 power to cure $a there. You nrd not trying an experiment. It will make your blood puro, rich and nourishing, and thus drive out tbo conns of disease, strengthen tbo nerves and build upthewholosyitom. Hood's Sarsaparilla Ii the best, In fact the One True Blood rurlncr. prepared only by C. I. flood & Oa, Lowell, Mass, Hood's Pills jSpiRSSW! tn or 250. MARIOS COUNTY COURT. "ontinued from ec nd page " (ULKM NO. '1. Tli'Miins tlolmiin 0 00 j. ttiker 0 20 rr V. finndell 0 00 fth-y Willis 0 00 EJSwalTord 0 00 MAllION. AH li...

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. — 19 June 1896

tvt? Daily Capital Journal BY HtiKUrt BROTHERS, FltiDAY, .JUNE 10, 16W5. PERSONAL. J mmr d i-iaodoun v - 'Ilie ideal wuh fabric. We place on Mle a large astotiment at regular whole sale price, anil advise early selections, 15c per yard. Indigo Prints. A -v 1000 yards of blue calico, such as you have paid us 7c per yard lor, we place on wle special at 5c ptr yard. Belts, Belt Ribbon, Etc, ZC ?C Vie borf a dainty gilt belt and buckle at Joe; alio leather, spangled, linen, etc. Expect more while kid 0110 this week. Sun Shades, v , v The white silk, while sticks, frame shades at $1 -50 are a threat Same with deep silk lullle J2. , J, Dalr ymple Co patent value. The New York IlncUct keeps a flue line of clothing, hosiery, underwear of till kinds, ribbons, luces, gloves, Mugncniler, hammocks, iiiuiih' and boyfi' apitiiH, front, mil jilnln over nils, ciikIiiccm' Jacket, Dcnlmm Jumper, boyn' knee jmnlK, iiipiih' rnt tonndc, Jeans and wool pantn, towels, napkins, hniidkcrelilefri, and many o...

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. — 20 June 1896

i5iipf'5jpi,(Stpspw -"" '" -w DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY, & SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, I83f. jtro. m VOL. 8. :Made in Salem rV t orino and 1896 Men's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 Boys' Knee Suits youuis Sizes 13 to 19, Ohttl ftttAi STOW, IWAS LONG'S LIFE CUT SHORT? A Tale of How a Man Was Shot by His Mistress in San Franclscor The following Is from tho Corvnllls : Times concerning a man who once i upon a time represented Lane county Id tlio legislature: "For several days a report has been : In circulation on tho streets to tho effect that John Long, formerly ono of the proprietors of tho saw mill hero had been shot by his paramour In San Francisco. The report had its origin from an account published lu several of the papers of tho shooting In San i Francisco of an Oregon man by a : woman with whom ho vtns living, but the description of tho parties mukes It certain that the dead man is not John Long. "Long, It will bo remembered, was the man who tlgured in a sh...

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. — 20 June 1896

vm The Dying Day rflndi many a vrcaty woman's work undone -many a task but just begun. This need not be. When work crowds the day, shorten the work- don t leujrthcn the day. T! rrff IDDUSTWW ..;i fn rtlnotiino' TfppTif? time keeps you young. everywhere Made ouiy oy THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, u i i. rku.s... NtwYsrk. Daito Capital Journal &? MOHTCK BKiiTHBRS SATURDAY, JL'NB 20, 1800. on. Republican ticket, e'i For President, WILLIAM M'KINl.EV, of Ohio OlIJ For VlMJl'ieiWrrit. noflAKKET A. IIOHAIJT, J(Ji of tfewjerify. Elector for Oregon, B'-WI T. OEEK. Mlon County. ,nftM. VOKAN, Lane Gounty. i:. I SMITH, Wmco County. J.K.CAl'LliS, Mullnomali. JL Jo" THE JSSt'R. Jiirt Thtomnoncy question Is tho vital Ifwudilm tills campaign. It lias been made so by tho money power on tlio one band and by tile stringency of tbo tlmcyji tlio other. Undor the Clove- lumLjlinlnlBtrntlon the allied money Intorstts of tlio country found an oppoWinilty to dictate terms to. tho government, forced It to 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. — 20 June 1896

o Cures fiP ..CarMUlk'Mnr Talk ? Its great cures recorded Jn'truthtul, c" .inMnff laniroago of grateful mors and for no oiu .- .omen, constitute ita most eflcctivo ad ding. Many of thceo cures aro mar ines Tbey have won the confidence- of the people? havo given Hood'a Barsapa- ,I1U the k1 Mle9 ,n th0 wor,d Bnd Le made necessary for Its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's LrBparillala known by the cures It has Le-curca of scrofula, salt rheum and -awna, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia Md weak nerves, cures of dyspopsla, llvor troubles, catarrh-cures which prove Hood's Sarsaparilla Ii (tie best-In fact the One True Mood Purifier. " ' ,,. cure liver Ills; easy to Hood S PllIS take, easy to operate. 28c. CLOSED, Another Successful School Year Ended- COMMENCEMENT WEEK, The Last Letter From Our Correspondent. Own Chester Hodges, of Cimby, formerly a student at old WlUuincttc, was visit ing old friends this week. Miss Vera Good, of Portland, was the guest of Miss Esther Col...

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. — 20 June 1896

vSH-T-TTIfW MW ijmjwm ' lV' Daily Capital Journal EV HOFttK BKOTHBRS, 8AT0HDAY, JUNE 20, 1890. Huodtpun, 2 C 2C 2C The ideal wash fabric. We place on sale it large assortment at regular whole Kale price, and advlte earl (elections. 15c per yarn, Indigo Prints. TC v 3000 yards ol blue calico, such as roti have paid us 7c per yard lor, we place on sale special at 5c ptr yard. Belts, Belt Ribbon, Etc. X X We show a damly gilt belt and buckle at joe; also leather, spangled, linen, etc. Expect more white kid onts this week. Sun Shades, A) v A) Jv The white silk, white sticks, pateni frame shades at $t'(o are a great value. Same with deep silk ruffle $2. J, , Dalrymple Co, ORADUATINO EXERCISES. Kced'a Open House the Scene of a Oala Occasion, Frliluy evening was tlio crowning event of our public hjIiouI oyKtpin, tlio gradiitltiR class exercise of Hit- cla?s of 18IXJ. It will bo itn event loii to lx remembered, by tlio! who pai t IcI- j in It'll, us one of tlio golden inlluxtoiio of their U...

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. — 22 June 1896

,r."SfVf,i '"T ''VTir-v -- in i rT' ca DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ' ? ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. -u 3SS" V('I" 8 SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1836. NO. HIT rk , BUY 7"( i '" ) ' 1 i i i i t i i t i i i i ii i i i , " S'H'O.BS i j i i i r i i i t 0 IIMfcll. tfAMT ; AT New York Racket , THEY SELL THE , 5 E T BARNES, CRISIS IN CUBA It Takes a Most Important Turn, GENERAL LEE'S ADVICES Important Dispatches Sent to Presi dent Cleveland. New York, Juno 22. A dispatch to the Herald from Havana says: Consul-General Leo lias forwarded to President Cloyeland dispatches of utmost Importance. They should reach the president and Secretary Olney early In the coming week. The dispatches contain the full report or the Consul-general on the Cuban situation, and arc- of an extremely ensat!onal character. In these dis patches there aro two distinct instru ments, the one wholly confidential and for the personal information of President Cleveland; the other a clear, frank exposition of the situation In the ...

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. — 22 June 1896

" rrrww--w 'fn"W'svD(,jAs i);" P Daily Capital Jouma V HOKBR BROTHBR8. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1890. riUNCIPLB AND HARMONY. If the cause of blmelnlllsm;ihonest Hnd Jlist, If what the .Hepiiblleiin party has said and dune for blinctnl Usui In the past Is founded on princi ple, If what they say now about be ing In favor of bimetallism If other nations consent, It la Just as sound and true as an independent proposi tion and If the friends of bimetallism act In accordance with principle and with reasonable harmony, the men who packed the St. Louis con vention for the single gold standard will 1m tmiifht n lesson that will be useful and -valuable to all future gen cratlotm. If that principle was sound In the past It Is sound now, and n national convention that turns Its back upon principle on the question of llnance, is Justus reprehensible us though It turned Its back on the principle of protection to American Industries". Absence of principle must bring dis harmony to the combination that con...

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. — 22 June 1896

"SF"1- "'"W"' . Sales .hUood'8awp- Talk ..' .iq.im Talk." and run,- rr .1.1. .. tMa mndl- v.. :tod puwi has enjoyed public confldonco and cine .i.Ttnntthaniiceord- Plr0 7.W nronrictary tnodicino. This EnnV L .Imply became it possesses greater ..... i u not. what wo nay, but ".tnood'uBarsaparilla docs, that telta u .nrT All advertisements of Hood's J,Sto liko Hood's Barnaparllta it Taffies . Wo bavo never deceived iSl merit, is why the peopfc. have Hoods Sarsaparnla ...f m ihe exclusion ol nil others. Try It ffp.1 rn.lv by 0. t. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. nro tlio only pills to take HoOd'S PUIS with Howl's Barsaparlll FARM NEWS. Oregon cherries arc abo'iit two weeks liter than Inst year. ! Vs tlie farm mortgages decrease tho larm tcimts lncreuse. : it Is estimated the wool of Lake nunty will be ..00 tons. ; Pmvldo your breeding pen witn a lender, and save all your pigs. In California there Is a disposition ... 11. n .(nln linnl nt linrt.lPtll. wspniy i"u ohiiaj " " .. . lure. N'ot...

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. — 22 June 1896

- T Hftjfll WP" J Daily Capital Journal BY HOnEI BROTHBRS, MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1800. - . .. " " Handspun, -u t v . Tlio ideal w.iiti fabric. We place on talc a large asortrnent at regular whole sale price, and advise carl iclectloni. 15c per yard. Indigo Prints, A. Ti, 3000 yardt of blue calico, iucIi as you iiave paid ui 7C per yard for, we place on tale special at 5c ptr yard, Belts, Belt Ribbon, Etc, TC X We show a dainty gilt belt and buckle at ec: alto leather, snancled, linen, etc. Kxpcct more while kid ones this week. Sun Shades, C C TC PERSONAL. Tho. SI ins went to .Portland afternoon. ifr. Woodln went toChemawa morning. Kcv. V. S. Ktiitfht returned today from EiiKcnc, Tlios. Kay went to Waterloo on tlie this SQ3IAL HARMONICS, tills Chronicle of Events and Individuals at the I Cnmtnl Cltv. Mrs. E. II. Jackson and son spent tlie day with Portland friends. Miss Ltiella Carey went to Solo on the mornlilK train fornHiort visit. Mrs. C. Mcrrltt went to East Port land today, where sh...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
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