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

'P,flTI(W-fi i t -vty w -VFi ? DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. - f - ASSQCIATFD PRESS DAILY. SAL KM, OR KOON, SATURDAY JU-Jl-Y II, 18ti. .NO. JtfV SeWall for Ui(e. Man From Maine Is Nominated. to RUN WITH B.RYAN, he Eastern Gold Democrats Withdraw, HEY MAY HOLD A CONVENTION r Issue a Manifesto to the Ameri can People. ILVER MEN ENDORSE BRYAN. Lan Declared He Did Not Want a Second Term. Cihcaoo, July 11. Brynn Is report- las saying: "In order Mint I may are no ambition but to discharge Ithfully the duties of thoolllce. I sslrcto announce that If elected I Mil under no circumstances bo n indldatc for re-election." Francis G. Newtends, congressman oiu Nevada, says the nomination of ban undoubtedly will bo endorsed the Populists, silver Republicans hd independent silver organizations. nominating; a vick. Senator Jones moved speakers for tewitatlon of candidates bo limited Iflvc minutes-carried. M.O'Sulllvnn, Massachusetts, presented thonume I Geo. Fred Williams. riio speaker said Whitney went it...

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 July 1896

Strong I nsk lilm If lie will apply Ilia logic to Us why lie does not apply It to hlni ftrlf. He Kiylip want I Ills country . to try to wtirc mi International agreement. Why docs lie not tell us ' Nerves last as sorely come from tho uso of Hood's RtrHnnnrllln as does tho euro of scrofula, Hit rheum, or other so-called what they projmso to do If they fall to secure mi Internal lomil agreement? i There Is more reasin for him to do I that than for us to fall to maintain a parity. They have tried for .10 years for thirty years to secure an inter national avrreelnelit, and those who nrc waiting for It most patiently do not want It at all. "Now, my friends, let mc come to Hood's Sarsaparilla BccauHO It Is the One True Mood Purlflor. u it rtii Jim tlm liost fi(cr-(llnnc! nOOU S Fills illl.itiil ingestion, aic. W. J. DRVAN'3 SPEECH. Omi'nueil ironi firm piRe. when It was pistved: It was not iinuonstltutloial mIk-h It went to the Mipren r court for the llrst tine. It did not Ix'coaic unconst...

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 July 1896

wfv"--- Tvn3Pr -(fiyvnr-vv-"" -I pT n ' vm nipfrimTTjTi-TwiTr'Vr$.iJ A Broad Minded Divine. EVERYONE IN SYRACUSE KNOWS REV. S. R. CALTHROP. V gelmlnrly, Christian Mail nnd a lie- lay ttl Pastor, Who Bcllerc la Training the Body Well a th Mind - . nt:v. int. eAi.Tiinor, sYitAcusn, n. y. The Twenty-ninth day of April Is a no Inlilf "lay in llie hl'lory of the May Mcmor ("iur''i In Syracuse, n.i it is the annl v r "I" the lntnll:tlon of the Itev. i, 11 i.I It. Cultliron, D. D.. the eminent lit ni who so long lnw ministered to tlirin Kriliially iii piwtor or the Church. iK t'illhro whs horn In hnriand and x,-,' lv'l ills preparatory scliolnitlc training A . I'.uil's School, )inlon. Entering J rl lit 1' 'liege, Cambridge, he soon beeame ii li it ti"ire In that brilliant eolerlo of 'iiil.'V , literary men and wits that followed In (lie radltlotw of Macaulay and hlsasmcl arw nt the imlveplty. In the middle of the i' rnry h" vldtwl Syracuse and received I, H it Imprewloiu of the young city ...

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 July 1896

Daily Capital Journal BY HOKttR BHOTHBR9, SATURDAY, JULY 11,1800. ' " ' w" ' " " " DAILV LINK TO tORTI.AND f STEAMERS LEAVE f? DAILY. SUNDAY. 1 fortlorid, 6145 a m. 9:00 t.m, P Independence, fiija a rrt, 6iot m, t?ulh time, fjjular service and iliv.tr . . rntci ... M I'. IIALIJWIK. AkcHI, Salem. i IsiPK ft vt lA Vi f sM f "ifc M p y w' Waist ! Hot Wcatlwr Fabrics. Linen Homespun, 15c a Yard A cool, serviceable fabric very stylish for outing suits. Linen GrasssCloth In b timbers of styles and qualities. Other towns can't get enough of It, Pun Silk Mitts 15c a Paif, Dimities mid thin wash goods cut to mil. .Sec tile Uric. T. HolversoD. J'l R30NAL. The reflect A new line of Persian pa terns, and nc.v stripe effects, just received, J, J, Dalrymple Co, HUNOKU AT A PltKMIUM. You CHtl never get real hungry If you eat regu larly at Strong'B. You live kg well and so satisfactorily (and ho cheaply) that ono meal seems to (tilde Into another, an It were, and you enjoy It all without Interrupti...

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 July 1896

-'ttWPWWW!w 5 Wff tV?vn"?rT-1' vrw wtwf"' -yfT-.ln JwiwgiHWP V rmrvnrr Ww w"yypf- giyj ' q"i afpiip, "?-,T'rTTVt$"' ' T9r 7""WTM vrryyiT tT'1"'? Ft JMWImB DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PESS DAILY. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 13, I8C. NO. ST el By Putting Up Another Free Silver Man tlio nntlonnl convention for second Sowall, Hie grandfather or the Hrst place on tlio ticket. j sliipbullclcr, went to Until from Now "It was wholly 11110x1)0010(1," he ' York, which was also In the district said. "I hnd no thought or such u 'of Maine, In 17l: when ho pureluwd thing when I came to this eouvon- the tract of land on which today vWf . V F0R VICE PRESIDENCY, h Biographical Sketch of Arthur Sowall. Cuicauo, July 12.-Saturday ended the most remarkable national conven tion since the Democratic party, In ISOO, was rent asunder on the slavery lue. The convention completed the work with rending the p:irty In twain n the tlnanclal Issue. Arthur bewail of Maine, a batli snip-uuuucr uhu snlent .fre...

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 July 1896

W.I "MJfipT-Kr, First Lat and all tho time Hood's SamparllU roani i)Ut It has secured an endore SK'SSSSl -nt from a. ending suvermnn In a throughpurlfledblood-cnreiofcrofula, recent Issue it prints a letter from J. Mlt rheum, eczema, rheumatism, neural jj. Klctelicr of the late Dally PiWl &T!"5S!S,ltt bl.l.lr recommending tl.eBt.te.man to the former readers f the Post. k Al Cfc Gov. Fletcher says In his letter that Jtnk M WW Cl jf W ,e "would beg to recommend the Btrllcea at the root of the- disease and Statesman as an active, reliable, up- ellmlnatcf oyer sjerm of Impurity, to-dutc newspaper, and to bcfipcak for Thousand, tcatlfy to awoiuw cure- . blood disease by Hood'a Haniapaniia, although discouraged by the failure of other medicine. Hembmbcrthat ' other medicine. UemamiXT tnav Hood's OcU SctparlUct ' Isthebcst -tnf.icttlioOneTruePloodrurlHtr. 77 7. .iTi wytouiiy.easytotake, HfMKlS PillS ew to operate. 2Sc , 'ryr-.-" . -. Daily Capital Joiwl nv Hointw ij IlltCWM .MONDAY, JU...

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 July 1896

4Hu HJ V1 ff Sm N 7 Tt from morning till night tlie woman who still uses soap for cleaning. The "Gold Dust" woman is through by noon a3 fresh and bright as her house is clean. W&SiURg Powder makes one stroke serve for two in house clean- jugand tlie saving of money is equal to the saving of labor. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, St. Leuti. Chicago, New York, uoiton, pniiaatiphis, san Francisco. BIDS FOR WOOD. foiled bids for furnishing wood for thoSSrt iouo will bo received at eortlcc of tlie county clerk until 2 J dock p.m. on the 5th day of August, a ft, m. n9 fo,,ow8: irr 7? c,ord8 , of pole oaK,iiuu v ..u.. ' t f 1 itoVcver, will not be received from one party or firm for more than inm Ave to tlf teen cords of pole oak, oriornuiru um 7 . o- flrily order of tlie county court of Dated nlSSiiloin, Oregon, this 10th 1ayof.J.y,. L ViBlIUJNf 7-10 dGt w3t U)erk' Notice. In pursuance of the requirement" of tlie law approved February 25, 1880, notice Is here...

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 July 1896

MT" ' VW Daily Capital Journal. BY MOrrai? BROTHBK8 MONDAY, JULY J3.18JW. Mfc " " Wf ' '" wt" " i . J)ILV LINE TO PORTLAND. -STEAMERS i This Week WtSWOlJ&C i Altona and Ramonafj LEAVC iff 1Wf.U. qxxjs. m. 10:15 '" ox a m. DAILY, rcttljnd, 6:45 a m. Salem, 7145 a. m. Independence, 6jo a Quick time, rrgular crticc and cheap . ...rnlei ... M. I'. BALDWIN, Agent. Slem sv s 1. 1 S9 . w 1111 jmsamr AfKymlWMP M &&1!RST"U .,'w . ( ' .-7 raa ..-.' V-. fwsA'37 QJSSF iVl i.; The Perfect Waist A new line of Persian pal tcnis, and new stripe effects, just received, t J, Dalrymple Co, Dcnrixirn, tlie bookseller, buBlneifl trip lo Portland DAsattunvRUY' Ilt'iiT Win. Heard, n young limn who has been working ut Salem, came upon Monday's local to vlaib his brother-in-law. Rout. Weddlo, who roHltk'H nlxiiit n mllo northeast of the city. As thu train was passing Wcddlo'H place Heard Jumped from tlio jilatform or one or tho car?, bill not being an expert In thnt lino ho alighted on Ids head ...

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. — 14 July 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SAL, KM, OREGON, '1'jpSDAY, JUIK 14, I8!)fi. NO. T BRYAN ON THE ROAD Greeted by People Along the Route, BUYS RAILROAD TICKETS And Travels Openly as Citizen. a Common Salum 111., July 14. Last night W.J. Bryan, louder of the Demo cratic nntlonul campaign, n native of the place, returned Jiere. The whole town was out to meet lilni. There were fireworks; red lire was burning all along the route by which ho was conducted to the home of his sister. He will remain two days. It was not the wish of Bryan to have a celebration here at this time. Hut two short weeks ago he was called here to attend the deathbed of his mother. She was burled here by the side of J udge Uryan, who passed away 10 years ago. and there was no special car provided. I The man upon whom tho Democratic parly thrust the greatest honor within Its power rode In a Pullman coach on a regular train, and everv passenger had access to the car. The llrst stop after leaving ...

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. — 14 July 1896

1 Daily Capital Journal Y HOKER BROTHBR8. TlKSDAY, JULY 11,1890. wmlMim.il " i . i in im THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. The Salem gold orgnn don't want the worklnKinan paid Inn llfty cent dollar. It wants him paid In the new dlsjwnBatlon dollar, the Carlisle dol lar, the McKlnley dollar, the Al mighty dollar, the great Jchovali dol lar, that will huy two days' labor, and four btisliclM of wheat, and leu bushclH r.foaiH. Itl now buying Ion much and crushing everything beneath It. Hut. It Is to be made Htlll more al mighty. Willi 03 per cent of all our wealth In properly and only 5 percent in money, ir that money continues toappreclale In puichaslng power nnd to depreciate all other property, It will gradually and ultimately convert the 95 per cent Into the hands of the gold holders, and in the crushing, grinding process where will the joor working man be? The almighty dol lar will cat him up and swallow his children for generations to come. What the laborer and farmer want Is a dollar that wil...

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. — 14 July 1896

NEWS. Spokane FARM ,3,o have a fruit fair this ,.nt. floor Is flno K.irn :i liorbu " , buttermilk can where poor owner i has been tbree- mnti lms applied and In hot a ew Litlicr for L..I lw1csnl v' i...,i ,,, W ''" nauc ... - ..r i iioru :TDBS'.. million more liogamar- 5i that, last year. ' . .-!.., Itniin 111! A l. ':. Mm Aniedee hot 3tura, .reus. - - 1 ,.nwi fnnii owners "c 'C Thlred men, will vote III"!! '" l". .i,tn,.ni.,lltlnll. I.M fal to iew "'"' . BH'"'1" . ... , ,.IT tl.a '. HiniedV for Keeping ... . I :,. i, olven as follews: One ounce 1 1 -.11 no lii two quarts or water. i .. . i in nnrso iiiuiiiiiik " ub It oti "- kenlntf' ,,, , L...M nitil. a Guerctivlllc cigar Lk, expects in the future to raise P-11" ' t tin tn !lrln nspil ZE- ...... ho has a pmntuL.u.. w. , lints of cigar varieties. The apiary in Olegon Is receiving .1 .ttcntlon this year. A good am fanners are turning their itttcn ... . .. .uiw imvn nnvcr done so on to num-v " - -- - ....... eforc. It la a prouueb io...

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. — 14 July 1896

IIqiIu Panifol Innrna I UUlll UUUIIUI UUUIIIUII: BY HOFKH BROTHBRS, M TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1890. k. fc idt IA1 S SS .AS- A AS & HV.V'VVtv.VVVV' DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. -STEAM BUS- w t Attona and Ramona rf -LEAVE- DAILY. Portland, 0:45 a m Salem, 7:45 a. m. Independence, 6:30 a. m. ? SUNDAY. 9:00 a.m. IOM5 a,m 6;no a tn. Culck time, regular tervice and cheap ....rates ... M. P. IIAI.DWIN, Agent, Salem. ft ts rO & i b f The Perfect Waist A new line of Persian pat terns, and new stripe effects, just received, , ) Dalrymple Co PERSONAL. II. J. Ottcnhclmcr went to Portland this afternoon. II. . I. IlliMur roturiicd this aftor 110011 from Albany. Miss Esther WIUIiitiiBspcnt Monday with Portland friends. Kx-Oovoriior ',. I Moody went to Portland this inoriiliiK. "U P. Matthews left this morning, for his home nt Castle Hock. Mrs. A. T. Gilbert and children, went to Gladstone Park this morning. Mrs. Ed Burton went to Portland I liH afternoon on a vIhU with friends. Mrs. A. (J. Lawrence ...

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 July 1896

-? 'SBr-- - DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. h3C VOL. 8. SALEM, OHEGtON, W.lflJNJSSDAY, JULY IS, 18. NO. Wl A BIG CONVENTION, Of All Marion County Repub lican Clubs, TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY Delegates Selected in Precincts- Prominent Speakers. SAliKM CLUH DELEGATES. D. W. Matthews, chairman of the committee on delegates submitted the following 0." names as those diOen In committee to represent the Salem club In the county convention at, Salem, next Saturday: Claud Ctotch, G. F. Rogers, C.D. Gabrlelson, E.C. Glitner, G. M. Grllley, M. E, nowlell, George Pearce, L. D. Henry, Tlios. IIoliiuui, M. W. Hunt, A. A. Jcssup, T. C. Johnson, Harvey S. Jor dan, 0. K. Krausso, Ed. Kecnc, A. T. Molllt, W. T. Bell, C, P. Bishop, G, G. Hrown, II. I. Brown, Prince Byrne, Perry Card, M. II. Cr'nlk, R. A. Cros Nin, G. W. Davis, It. O. Donaldson, E1. X. Ecles, E. M. Klghtllngor, T. M. Klrby, 0. W. Knox, James M. Kyle, C. H. Lane, I). F. Lane, E. M. Lufore, A. A. Lee, G. P. Litchfield, Walte...

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 July 1896

p: Pi :, J- There's Good Health In it ! HUaHMM, mi ! iii ii- Mikummimmm, l ilPrlH 9SB9Ui0kkSfflH k ate: VAf W "frMyJW w frT T-B r J There is only one V. Cottolene that's the best, k (COTTOLENE) best for your food best for your, JJ health best for your pocket book. Jy S. OmiIm U kill mU-OHoU.." ul uWi S.U to WW 1 j&gP Ni- T1I8 N. K. FA1RBANK COMPANY. 4& fcSl. ImI4, Oln(. 4ril, lu Trii il.ii, - Daily Capital Journal BY HUI'UK UWOTH1CKS. WEDNESDAY, JULY If,, 1800. C. I. .MOO KS AWJ1?MKNTS. Hon. 0. H. MixirtM, ofKultMii, Ik I lie ullCKt :iti(l tlio mint ik-tsIhIoiiL local advocate of the ftlngle Hold standard. HoIhu Knultintfl of Willamette mil vcrslty and wan speaker In the Inst legislature. No ban taken part In tunny political campaigns and is put forward as the readiest (iicakcr on thin question when the nold Htandard people want their views presented. He declared at the McKlnluy rally at Hak'tn that the money question was tho paramount Issue. He reiterates this In an elabora...

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 July 1896

Good Blood r, egiantlal to corner 01 tno intern 1 reached by the blood, and on .., qaHty tho condition of every organ de ad,. Good blood mean strong nervos, iLl dlwstlon, robuBt health. Impure blood means scrofula, dyapopsla.rheuma 'in type and;blncllnga.-Macmlllan & Co. I THE JULY MACU21NES. Iu peifeotlou of preia ork and originally of Illustrations wo must award tlio palm to ISorlbtiers. Two notable papers arc on the great, Kng. llsli painter Turner mid tltu greatest of Eilglisli poets Browning. Tile editorial tu-at of the growing power of tlio west In politic; an J reform In education. The August Issue will lo ( .Tm catarrh or other diseases. Theaureat (CUUCiwon. llie August Issue will tc Irlytohavogood blood la to take Hood's , tlie threat ilctlon number and lovers tf auMparilla. This modicmo purines, vi- nmKazincs win uwuit us appcarat.ee tallies, and enriches the blood, and Bonds ' With nnxlous pleasure. the elements of fceaiin no nnngui 10 , T,wt sem.1tpr.,ry IUU, ,,,,,.,...

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 July 1896

Daily Capital Journal BY HOPER BKOTHSBS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 15,1890. s- 4s- 4k IS f- s MS m fc g DULY LINK TO I'ORTLAND. f STEAMERS ' Altona and Ramonaf) LtiAVr - p DAILV. sU.NOAV t Salem, 7:45 a.m. 10.15 a.m. (. Independence, !3o a. in, 6,ioam. C;utck lime, reguiar service and cheap I .... rates ... J M. 1'. IIAI.DWIN. it Agent, Salem j fV 9 WS "W s fc Vs s SW .s The Perfect Waist! A new line of Persian pat terns, and new stripe effects, just received, J, J, Dalrymple Co, Ok Kunhtkokk.- K. 'J'. Northern of this city received the sad news by telegram, Unit Ills brothers. I) North cut, tiled at Ogllly, California, July II, at 2)). 111. of sunstroke. Ho had not been very well hut IiIh death was very sudden. H. I). Northeut was a pioneer of tho Willamette valley, coining hero In 18T1. Ho wan In the fanning business until August, 18(10, when lies left for California. Ho was 1 11 the Itoguo river Indian wars and remained single to his death. Ho was past 01 years, and his life was a model In...

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 July 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, "'Ni -c yi . ASSOCIATRD PRESS DAILY. -X VOL. 8. SALBM, OKEGON, TJiUKSDAY.J VhY t, 18t. KO. Mf TARIFF NOT THE ISSUE . - (.hero is no hnlf-wuy ground between one standard of money and the other; A Strong Trade for the Free a subject upon which u must, act Tn,ln nnmnnrjitc promptly and lightly, or meet the Trade Democrats. rcnallIes of tcn.lhle (llsnstor Aim(i wo can deal with the. tarllT at any time, after wc have put this greater PROTECTION TARIFF ABANDON, question at rest; but If we debase our money wc plunge. Into a pit from ' . which we shall not escape without In- , , r ... . I i i definite distress through a very long The Oregonlan's Editorial Leader IloncolUgUwtl,loUB,ipro. of July 14. ( tectlon has not been excluded from . J tills contest, the necessity of main- I taming the money standard Is the After nil, the difference between the paramount Issue; and gicat numbers parties on the tariff question Is but n who arc not protectionists will so re differenc...

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 July 1896

Daily Capital k Journal BY HOFBR BROTHBRS, TIIUIIHDAY, JULY JO, 1890. A STArLE ARGUMENT. Every ono Is talking sliver. Can you trivet ujiy Intelligent reason why ? why should the whole country be booming" the product of a few silver inlncrriund silver speculators In the West? wnv should mey do moving heaven and earth In order tit force the government to pay two prices for every -pound of sliver which the uilue owtierHcan hire dug out of (he moun tains of the West' Why should the government guarantee them 81,2!) an ounce, when sliver Is worth scarcely 70 cents an ounce? The above Is from the Iowa Slate Hcglstcr. It is a staple argument of the gold press, but It contains an ad mission that tlio people of Iowa are awakening on this mibjcct. As In Oregon, the discussion of the silver question has been suppressed In the newspapers and on the stump. The people have been kept In Ignursuice and yet In spite of the fact that all the big newspapers and all the b'g politicians and bankers and o...

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 July 1896

' ' ' TW.fWWVWW1 ' t WT -) Sleep Induced by the use of coca, opiate or Bar eotlo compounds is bad, decidedly bad. They undermine health and shatter the constitution and the patlont is steadily growing Into a worso condition often resulting In tho terrible slavery' and misery of tho cocalno and opium habit. gltop Induced by tho uso of Hood's Barsa pgrllla docs not perhaps come as quickly, bat it comes more surely and more per manently through nature's great restor ing and rejuvenating channel purified, vitalized Bnd enriched blood. This foods the nerves with Hfo-glvlng cnorgy and bullda up tho system and constitution from tho very foundation of all health nd life the blood pure, rich, red blood. s STATE NEWS. on H nou Sarsaparilla Is the One Truo Dlood Purifier. All druggists. $1. j i r:il cure liver Ills, easy to take, HOOU S PUIS easy to operate, ascents! SUTRO IS 0 BRYAN The Great California Mayor Comes Out Boldly, BANK PRESIDENT TURNS, The Tide for Bryan in the West Against Him E...

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 July 1896

'v- niii' in-jninr a, ss Daily Capital Journal DY HOPBH BROTHERS, TIIUIISOAV, JULY 10,1890. ? Ml I f ll f I L'iJLWatilJ.!S?jjJM!l.tS ft"52S22ttfei i VlfW Choice & m s y s s as r y i mil v t imc tyi rviuTi Awr ' STEAMERS ! Altona and Ramona f ! LEAVE 0A1LV. Portland, 6:45 a m Salem, 7145 a. in. Independence, (i;Jo a. SUNDAY. goon, in. 10115 a.m. 6;oo a m. fjflClfSftiMiTWiVi I nisi w and ?uick time, regular acrvicc ....rates ... M P. I1ALDWIN, Aj,'cnt, Salem uam. t. tlieaii t u 1t'''1 'w i W -W - tsVt fM wA of any of (hose fancy ribbons in our north window, values up to 50c 25c, Mohair Glace, Regular 75c, This week 37 l2c, Mohair Jacquard Regular 50c, This week 25c, Mohairette, Regular 20c, 12 l2c. Now "j wMpf mmmrmmk T. HolversoD. The Perfect Waist! A new line of Persian pat terns, and new stripe effects, just received, , J, Dalrymple Co, RIVER NEWa. Tho Albany, having boon thor oughly repaired, went up tho rlvor yesterday and assisted In getting tho Hoag olT the. Sant him bar. S...

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