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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 23 June 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. Made in Salem ms " Drino and Summer 7:a:a:1SS6. Wen's Suits, Sizes 35 to 44 MlttHS' Sizes 13 to 19, Boys' Knee Suits-- ViOOl Vai STOW GRADUATING CLASS Of Willamette's School Expression. of MEETING OF TRUSTEES Academy Graduates Wednesday's Program. The Hrst graduating recital of the School of Expression of Willamette University Inst evening was ii grand success and reflects great credit on Prof. Sara N. Drown, instructor la that department of the school. At 7:30 o'clock ono half hour pre vious to the hour for opening the exercises, the chapel was well tilled with n select audience and when tho first number was announced, standing room was at n premium. Hundreds were turned away, being unable to obtain admission. The recital opened wjtli nn Emer son Gesture drill by tho Misses Ethel Hughes, Bertha Jones, Ida Harris, Mabel Carter, Mabel Crelghton, Esther Collins and Jessie Scttleruler. The drill Indicated tho great number of gestur...

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. — 23 June 1896

Daly Capital Journal. HILVkR LABOR. fciV WOKUCU BKOTrfBRB, TUSDAY,JUNE 23, 18W. :lng, cai'j chisu wlilfc.i dra its sub-' ' Hlfltcnc? from tlicin Buffers except Ho 'Salem, Juno 22, '00. j rririlierf W,o crop is money. Editor Journal;-TI)o following Wo kf)mv wny wc Want, free coinage; Is from Iho editorial page of Sunday's w ak h pmy f(ir , Stutcsruiiti: I ,t wPu .ir it. nmi we wlll get It "I " v ..-,--- WHITNEY FOIl PRESIDENT. Tlio Democratic lenders liaVe awak ened at a late hour to the necessity of preventing their party organization being swept away by the rising Hood of sliver sentiment which Is sweeping over the United States. President Cleveland has written a letter on the Importance of the sound money Demo crats being In evidence from this time forward until tho meeting of the Chicago convention. They have per formed In tho past as when Cleycland and Whitney whipped the whole party Into line four years ago forn moder ats tarllT and a guarded llnauclal plank. In these hard time...

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. — 23 June 1896

ll-MMMMtf4aaaMM X" Rays Of severest dial and test prove In regard to Hood's Sarsaparllla st, Greatest Merit I Secured by ft peculiar Combina tion, Proportion and Process unknown to others which naturally and actually produces d, Greatest Cures Shown by thousands of honest, voluntary testimonials which 2 naturally and actually produce 3d, Greatest Sales According to the statements of druggists all oyer the country. In these three points Hood's , Barsaparllla Is peculiar to Itself. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best It Is the One True Blood Yurlfler. Hood's Pills MaaX8 OREGON CROPS. For week ending; June 22, 1890: Crops The weather has been most favorable to all growing vegetation The soil has been thoroughly soaked, and with cool weather growth tiad been retarded: under the Influence of the wanner and clear weather the soil tins dried out and vegetation has made a wonderful growth during the past two weeks. Haying ts now in progress, and the weather Is perfect for that work. The first c...

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. — 23 June 1896

Daily Capital Journal, Y HOKBR BUOTHBR8 TUESDAYJJUXE 23, 1890. r-iandaotin. i The Ideal wash fabric. We pUce on sale a Urge aswrtmeniat regular whole Hale price, and advise early selections. 15c per yard. Indigo Prints V 3000 yards ol blue calicu. audi as you aid us ?c per yard lor, we place on safe special at 5c ptr yard luve naui us 7C uei Helta, ocu Kibbon. isic, - v .. ma. s, , VI. Wc show a dainty gilt belt and buckle at tee: also leather, suanelcd. linen, etc. Expect more while kid ones' this week. xpect more w Sun Shades. X The white .ilk, white .ticks, paleni value. frame shades at Jl'Jt Same with deep silk o are a uteat Itillle 2. J, J, Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. Hon. H. It. ICftifultl went to Port land today. Attorney Geo. (J. Hinglmm went to Albany today. W. A. White, of Wi.lUKibr, was a Salem vMtor today. L. W. Guts.-, a Woodburn IiihIiicwj man wan In the city today. IJ. J. Cooper of The Dullm Is lit the city to reinaiu a few week. 0. II. Dalrymple, the Albany attor ney, wa...

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. — 24 June 1896

r ' ? i -n.ti.fr -Tyjj iwjrPVWf Wlim0p,'&--)&' f- "" "1""-yV DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOC1ATKD PRESS DAILY. i -v. - . - """-. frtrjiiv'g'zrf: VlJL. 8. SALEM, OKJCGOtf, WJ3f.KSJ)AY JTOTS 24, I88. ITO.lt TTT ' 'Tr " ' I 'i;;r''rf5 j J- "" " WSW The Dying Day finds many a weary -woman's work undone many a task but just begun. This need not be. When work crowds the day, shorten the work don't lengthen the day. i meat SOLD DUST w$gn used for cleaning, keeps your work a day ahead of dine keeps you young. Cleaus everything. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. St. Louis, Chicago, NvYofk, BBgw&fla&MfiMH&afisgsas BUY t SH-0.E-S J . AT York M THEY SELL THE 5 E T. BARNES. POLITICAL OPINIONS Several Conventions On Silver. Sitting IN OHIO AND INDIANA. A Rabid Attack Made On President Cleveland. iwLLMm-s' Ohi0' Juno M.-Tho hV i U?t,0..8tate convention met to T.n,rh08,lver 'uenare In "control. , 9r?r;ic,,nlrun,Taylor, has been ?vl silver leader. General A. ...

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. — 24 June 1896

f Goralae CottoUse bm trade mu'k-iCoUo!ent" und r'i AW The N. K. Pairbank Company, H, LrfHlA, Chicago, Montrcm, San IThiicIsco, Portland, Oregon. ;s55?SSigM Ddiiy Capital Journal! tlY HOiriCK HKlI'HItKb tJWEDNESDAYJJUNK 24, 1800. THE FIFTY-OKNT DULL A II? Governor Lord's unswer to the so called blmetulllc lcaguo of Ynmhlll county Ib plain, direct and conclusive It shows a clear understanding of the money problem. Bimetallism, with xiso of. both cold and sliver as standard money, Is possible, as the governor re marks, only through International aureoment. for which the Republican platform calls. "What the Yamhill loaguo Is calling for frco colnngo of silver in tho name of bimetallism Is the direct negation of bimetallism, absolutely excludes It. It means one metal only, and that silver. What a schomo that Is to put CO centH' worth of allvor In ono dollar and 100 cents' worth of gold In anothor dollar, dub tho BClioiiic blmctulllHin.JiWKl expect these dollars to circulate together. Or...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 24 June 1896

C7 uant ThleJ" the complaint of '.. thousand at ttU . t- JIT They bvo no appetite; food (. doeinotrcll8h.Theyneithetonlngupof fhoitomachand dlgcative organs, which I Meno of Hood'o Baroaparllla will give them. " also purifies and enrich the Wood cures that dUtrcas after eatUgwd internal misery only a dyapcptlo caa ". .rti an appetite, overcomes that P"' ... .. I..IM. .m .nA anilllu tired feeling BnuUu..u. .--- "" !L-i,tnhTa calsyatem. ItBO prompt- T ,nd efficiently relieve dyapcptlo symp tarai and cures nervous headaches, that it leems to have almost "n magic tonoh." Hood's Sarsaparilla Hthobct-ln fact the One True Blood Purltler. , aro tlio best ntter-dlnner JiOOd'S PillS pills. aid digestion. 250. JOURNAL, X" RAYS. Directed Upon Persons Prominent Before the Public. "What does Mark Hanna say by this time?" llryan Is lwomlng bimetallism In Iowa, and the people turn out to hear lilm. Tlio college graduates can never lot. goof n chance to lino up n Romnn emperor. What did Garrett A. H...

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. — 24 June 1896

vi$ninrT'v' vsrffi KKVt? t?M't rf 4 U i kl '&-m V " A; n r ". v.'; ,.. '- J i.:.,i.i Daily Capital Journal. BY HOKBR BROTHBR8, SALEM'S SUPERB MUSICAL EVENT , SOCIAL HARMONICS. WKDNEgDAYJIUNK 24, 1800. Pine Closing Concert by Prof Pupili. At the First M. E. church this morning occurred by all odds the most cliarmhigpubl'centertnlntncnt In con nection with the Willamette com- Heritage'! , Chronicle of Events and Individuals at the Capital City. Mr George F. Smith was In Toit land today combining business with pleasure. Miss Clara Scott went to Turner tlila morn I tic mid will visit the Gauntlet Gloves, Another lot just received by esprei. IteM quality of kid. Price J 1. 50. Bicycle Jerseys, In plain or golt patterns, In a variety of tlyles and pikct, Summer Corsets. The quick telling kind, 50 cent each Straw Hat Bargains, All our fine straw hats cut to sell; It will pay to buy this week, Trojan Waists, Only the belt material and workniamhip In the Trojan brand. Perfect fit. Ladles...

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. — 25 June 1896

DAILY CAPITAL Hf-'V.j fM- l -r ! f- i6MM fvj vi ASSOC1ATKD PRKS tfAlY. 1 . 8. SALttM, OUEUON, THUttSDAJY, JUNK 85, 18!W. jsru. JOURNAL7 -" 4 MM V '(J Made in Salem o xJ y an UBS J WWIIUI Sizes 35 to 44 Sizes 13 to 19, ! 1 iovs rvnee Suits Spring and Summer --1896. . o. -i- m f- v amiiv y out is TOOYiEl pii STORE VILLARD REAPPEARS To Control a Transcontinent al. Road. TO BUY THE NOR, PACIFIC Terrible Cloudburst Falls in Ohio Today. Chicago, June 25. The livening Post has u sensational plcsc of rail way news today, to the effect that Henry Vlllard, backed by European capitalists, lias about completed a deal which will will give them a through line from the Atlantic to the Paclllc seaboard. Tlio Intention of the Vlllard syndicate Is to buy the Northern Paclllc road, then the Haiti more & Ohio at receivers sale. CLOUDHUJJBT IN OHIO. MAnimrrTA.O., Juno 25. A cloud- bnrst took place lasjt night, which covered a wide area and was the most destructive ono over known here. Houses wero sw...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 25 June 1896

Daily Capital Jouma V HOFfECR BROTHBRS, TIIUIWPAY, JUNE Z, 1890. xsv W .. ,i n J&aXJUOBAIlT WAS SELECTED. In tiro west where Mr. Garrett Au tfitttmi'IIcbiirt Is not known, It has been ri'wbh'ilcr why he was selected and w.hat.ho represented. In tho easel of MnJociMoKlnley It Is well known that-hCwarfa soldier In tho Union uhilyYscrV'dti with distinction In con gress, andj was chosen governor by 8,0D3 majority. Rutin the ease of Mr. Hobart wo look In vain beyond the confines of the New Jersey legis lature. It Is true, If a man can serve in A state legislature and still enjoy the respect and confidence of tho pco pU', It Is .evidence of certain Unman vJi.lucrUot possessed by all. lint w in iw t look'beyond tills for the mjIcC' tlon (if Mf. Iluhart of Scw .It'rey for the1 place. He Is president of t lie Pm -wile Wnt.tfr Pmpiuiy. of the Arqunc kanouk Wator Company, of the Morris Couuty Railroad and the Putehoti Electric Railway companies; a director of tho New York, Susque hanna, an...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 25 June 1896

, -. ,, .-ifcfc.-T-.iUl Ht, H " 55W1 trong . Just as surely come from tlwuwot K Jf.RarsaparllU as doe tko cure ol H0? 1 Sbeum, or other -calll erofula, wh " . ' ,. .., K.,iii bla?nutho condition of all th the blood anec Nerves honeJ, muscles and tissues. If It ia lm- Z .it cannot properly austaln theeo P .. if made pure, rich, red and vltal- be.i. Inntead of disease, and repair the hwlinrrvous system as nothing else can l0rnusnervouTprostratlon,ysterla, ! kart P'PUatlon, M0 ourcd b Hood's Sarsaparilla Becauso It Is the One Truo Blood Purifier, " ,Ti amino best after-dinner Hood'S PillS pills, aid digestion, bsc, Teacher's institute. a rrce Number Enrolled the First Day Subjects Discussed. At the East" school County Supt. Graham convened tho annual session of the Marlon county teachers' Insti tute and applicants registered. At the forenoon Besslon four sub jects were taken up for discussion vis: 'Arithmetic Methods and Prac tice Drill" with Mr. Graham aa leader. "Language and Grammar...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 25 June 1896

lNa MHMMMMMkk. a ' - - ik .n. Kit 5 Daily ! " I. H -m iHiiftimri.) SOCIAL fUftMOMICt, Capita! Journal. Y HOfBR BKOTHBRS, MARRIED. , ITHtt STATESMAN-M'KINNEY 8UIT of Irvine TIIDItSDAir, JUNE 25, 1890 Guntkt Glares, Another lot just received by express cjiiani oi kiu. nice 11.50. Bicycle Jerseys, In plain or coif pattern, In a variety of styles Mil pikes. Summer Corsets. 'Die quick selling kind, jo cents cadi. Straw Hat Bargains, All our fine straw Tints cut to sell. It will pay to buy this week. Trojan Vaists, Only the beit material ami workmanship in the Trojan brand. Perfect fit. Ladies' Collars and Cuffs. We expect a fine line by express this week. Belts. Buckles, Etc, All the latent novelties. Jet buckle In plain and fancy. J, , Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL Port In nd E. M. Crolwin went to thlA morning on Ihi.hIikvh. H. U. OnfiKby returned thla ufter- noon from a trip tip the valley. E. C. Pntton went- ( Portliintl tlilc morning on tltcntrlcnl binlnocH. Thos. Kay cutuc down from Water ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 26 June 1896

BA1LY CAPITAL rt JOURNAL. j - :bssJ: ASSOCIATED PK DAILY. SALICM, OK.EGON, JTBIDAY, JuStK , i89. NO. sa I M. -v t- -, r" - v BUY HO.ES i ( I - - til , o AT THE New York THEY SELL THE 5 E T, BARNES, SLIER PREDOMINATE The Democratic Convention 578 to 328 for Silver, GORMAN GIVES UP FOR GOLD, Thinks Boies of Iowa Will Bo the Nominee, SILVER MEN PREDOMINATE. Chicago, Juno 20. Tho Trlbuno tills morning says: "A canvass of tlio delegates of every state and territory on tlio currency question, shows 678 delegates tojtlie Democratic national convention, to bo cither instructed, or have a personal preference for tlio free and unlimited coinage of sliver, at 10 to 1, ngninst 328 delegates, instructed for, or favoring the continuance of the prcsentgold standard." OOKMAN GIVES UP. Baltimore, Juno 20.Senator Gor man will not go to Chicago. This Is final. It is doubtful if lie will accept re-appointment, on the national committee. Gorman does not think there is Is any chanco at this date hour to ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 26 June 1896

ywwjn o Ut f I i " " - I ' " imiii ''' ' " " ' " ' Shortens Your Food, Lengthens Your Life 2ti9ene Gauiae it gold In this with trade matte "Cottolene" and steer's head in cotton-plant wreath on every tin. ' W1 Jk4Ma THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. CMttfOi Koatml, Ka YnntUtt, rortlsnd, OrtrOE, ally Capital. Jeumal.E: BV HOKBR DKOTHICRO, FRIDAY, .7UNE 2(1, 1800. - TALK ON TUB TAUIFF. The I.llwrnl parly has Just carried the dny In Canada for freer trado re lations with tlio United Stn(4 i Wo copy the following from tlio S?huylor, Neb., Quill, nn Indgpond- It seems to ..toll some cut paper, truth: "Tlin fltilll nlfilniu flint, n tn fl(T mi wlicat docs no good and wiih only put mi to "fool tlio fiimier," If tlio Quill thlnkH IL doesn't do any good lot lilin ak ono who has lived In any of those states alotig tlio Canadian border, wlwro thoro aro vast Acids of wheat, Mnd ho will find out that oyory farmer thoro knowH that a tar I IT Is an advant (ro by keeping out tlio Canndlan wheat, with whi...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 26 June 1896

wSfwpflp Wfw?r,T'r "'""JSMW JM, -tvs!W"w - nrmniywv First ., .1! tho time Hood's Bariiaparllta ' 'tart advertised as a blood pnnner. m ... !.. hcon accomrotahed ' "" '.,.. hinod curcaofeorotula, Kl" ,v rheumatism, noural- :,, tbeum, eczema, P i Vfh nervousness, that tlrod feci- - lu,cstrru . cthera fall, because It ratsrrn, n It cures when Always w.. .1 tbo root ol tho disease ana '''. vcrv corm of Impurity. .ta testify to absolute cure ot .ooa dM- v -- - " ; r"-"-: tdlclnca. Rcmbmber that ood's Sarsaparilla ,tlebcst inwcwup u..u m.uv.. . r - ' .. cisy in liny, easy in wkc, 00d'S PHIS easy to operate. 23c. STATE NEWS. Mr. Eliza I). Wheeler, of Albany, J cd Juno 21, after a long lingering hncss. One wool (IcitUir In Baker City re- cited fiverf.n,wiu potions m nw w diys this weel;. iTIie Dallas woolen mill has been nwl.and will be operaiea oyjin. iawof Oregon City. Tlic report from Myrtle Creek, of ... I fk III UUIIVIIII ......w. ... ..-..w Black Republican nunc, U t lint, rock assays...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 26 June 1896

- Tt3iV'- r- . i-t."-". r ii.' i. . . .. 6M . $; b i a. jijm- ? I uMm in A', &l am J mm - - r-'iT"! i ft r- nrfi ii -iii i i .11 ii i --ii ---iir" --t Daily Capita! Journal V HOFKR HROT11ER9, JfRlbAV, JUNE 20, 1890,' U-32&5&S CIaL' iUKMOHIC, CaRmtkt Gloves, Another lot jutt received by express, Best quality of kid, I'lce fi.50. Bicycle Icrscys, In plain or rjolf pattern, In a variety of siyics anu price. Summer Corsets, The quick selling kind. 50 cenU each, Straw J-fat Bargains, All our fine straw had cut to tell. It will pay to buy this week. Trojan Waists, Only the bcu material and workmamhlp in mc irojin uranu. rencci lit . Ladles' Collars and Cuffs, We expect a fine line by express this week, Belts, Buckles, Etc, All the latest r.o,eltiet. Id lurLtru In plain ana fancy. Chronicle of Events and Individual at the Capital City. lira. Dr. W. II. ByitUpent the day with Portland friends. MIrs Beatrice Baxter went to Al bany till morning. Mrs. C, II. Mown left this morning ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 27 June 1896

P " -"" DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. "t a..'A ax vol, s. SALEM, OKEGON, SATUltIAY, JUNE 27, 18SG. jsro.t ! "V" ,J Made in Salem - "" ls V on q Ul o uuhui Sizes 35 to 44 youths' Sizes 13 to 19, !oys' Knee Suits sprina ana s -1S96. Mh. IIITQ TOOUM PMi STONE. II AND HARMONY Tj Promote the Cause of the People; THE BIMETALLIC PARTY. Three Hundred Delegates and Participate. Attend Tim new union movement in Ore Kon polities has been born In Marlon comity. It Is of tlio people, by the people mill for tlio people. " Three hundred advocates of bimetal lism ns opposed to tlio slnglo gold standard and gold bond and bank note theory of llnance assembled at the armory ut Salem, Friday, Juno 20tb, at 11 a. m. to perfect an organization of tlio Union Bimetallic party In Marlon county. It was the most earnest, Intelligent and harmonious political assemblage ever gathered In Marion county and no other causo could liave drawn to gether so many American citizens, on a liot day, in tli...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 27 June 1896

rivM" MUimtfMmmammm mm SfM . .', ii . .v sa . 5 h.' ft ' .Hi 1 m ""? fc M2ffiJC3K Waste trying to drive a spike with a tack hammer, undertaking to do housecleaning with soap. The modern cleaner, Gold Dust, hits the nail on the head your housecleaning ing, cleans everything, saves you. GOLD DUSTS Sold everywhere in large packages, 25c. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, ft Levis, Chicago. NewYoik, Boston, Philadelphia, Sin Francisco. Daily Capital Journal BY t-IOKISK BHOTHBRS, SATUKUAY, JUNE 27, 181K1. A HISTOIIKJ UATilKKl.Vl. Tli3 ci).ii!iilttcc 011 resolutions of the union bimetallic party of tills county Appropriately referred to Hie condition of our country tin IwIiik l io same u In iwio, when the loyal ele ments of the nation united In n new party to crush seccmlBii n'id rcU'lllon. In that hcnst' the tun convent Ion of Republicans Democrat, and I'opu liHld nt the armory wait u historical gathering. It rnsa large and respectable con ventlon of the people who believe In comm...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 27 June 1896

mft' wTn llT. .llWII I'MMPy.!! lll'lll ,W WHY OUR NERVES PLAY OUT. An Analysis of the Conditions which are Responsible for it. Wonderfully Good Results from the Famous Pinfc Pills Brain Wear Checked Testimony as to Their Merits which Commands Attention. They are Richer Food for Blood and Nerves than Quantities of Beef and Bread. fYom the Ezamlntr, The prevalent maladies of diminution of the vital lowers, uniiue pnysicai luugue ml uicntul exhaustion, ure to-day engaging the careful attention of the mot eminent pithologW. Their prevalence ti ascribed to poisoning through alcoholio drinks, opium tainted and adulterated food, con. Umlnated water, the vlatlated atmosphere of towns, the continuous Jarand rumble of rail road trains, the flashing of electrle lights, the clangor of street cars, the Jingling of telephone bells, the vertigo producing effects of lofty buildings and swift elevators, the perpetual noises and shifting sights of city streets, all Hie constant aciiviura. nip simp ki...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 27 June 1896

"5m.-"Mtsjw "ar-T i ,ay wwwwwtauiw iitfVn SMWH 1 0 I i I if Paly Capital Journal V HOn-BIt BROTHBR8, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1S90. Gaunkt Gloves, Another lot jut received by express. Best quality of kid. Trice $1.50, Bicycle Jerseys, In lin or golf patterns, In a variety of ttyles ami price t. Summer Corsets, The quick wiling kind, 50 cents etch. Straw Hat Bargains, AH our fine straw lull cut to tell. It will pay to buy thii week. Trojan Waists, Only the belt material ami workmanship in the Trojan brand. Perfect fit. Ladies' Collars and Cuffs, We expect a fine line by express thii (reek. Belts, Buckles, Etc. All the lateit novelties. Jet buckles in plain and fancy. J, J, Dalrymple Co. PERSONAL. I). -W. linn- returned to Albany on tho Ruth'thl afternoon. Tho. JCny came down from Water loo on the curly train tbh morning. W. W. Elder, Uiylori's Milld bus iness man, was 11 jj.iloin vl.iltor jvMor dtiy. F. !. Utylnrturued to tho city tM morning from u bnslne; trip to Eugene. John L. ilitoy wh...

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