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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 15 August 1896

""f'W'W1'"" '"?""' TJfTV'f" !5TJT- DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL 8. SALEM, OREGON SATUltDAY, AUGUST 15, I SIM'.. ir WtiW l "irorjsio TWO STEAMERS S U H K Five Heavy Failures in Chi cago in One Day. FOR BRYAN AND SILVER. Train Demolished by Wreckers- One Person Injured, Steamer Sunk. Detroit, Aug. 15. Late last night . rtlnn .f Din T.ntilt) Valley Trnnsporatlon company fleet, collided with the Propeller wiwam Clilsliolm.m the new channel In Lake St. Clair. Hotli steamers sunk. Tlie vlnii was valued at $80,000. The ailsliolm,12.",000. Heavy 1'alturea. . Cihcaoo, Aug, 15. Five failures were reported as follews: Geo. O. Derdt, dealer in hides and leather. Assets $200,000; liabilities, $125,000. Chicago Iron and Steel company, as sets (.100,000; liabilities not given. Harry M Hoslck, wool merchant, as sets 1200,000; liabilities $124,000. Chi cago & Western Soap Works, assets 130,000; liabilities $50,000, Louis Slbers 4 SoD.wliolesale liquor dealers, assets 135,00...

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 August 1896

Daily Capital Journal., HY HOPBK BROTHERS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15,1890. T. TV GEEK, J. A. JEFFREY AND E. HOFER. Continued f rom first. pngc.J nf Ujr might add to tlic wealth and comfort of tlic world, but the man who labors for n living and tho man who produces out of the soil by Ills labor nre tho prjrno factors of all wcaltii. Primary money wns a measure of of value, and tho tiling which meas ures tho vnlue of the primary wealth measures tho prosperity of all who came after and did business on margins. If the laborer and farmer who must sell tliclr laborand products in order to live, could cxMst under bi metallism all tho rest cfiuld flourish, prosper and get rich. Let the 'gold owners take the de preciated property of our country under their gold contract , but let tho iwople have an opportunity to create a new era of prosperity. Tho speaker hero read from tho coinage laws of the United States to show that tho standard silver dollar of today was tho orlitlnnl unit of value, nnd had ...

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 August 1896

-' ' ' .'"' j """rm: ..TATE NEWS. ThtI,,t ratlin link, county tW4 ' -mi, lli bo organized In f,Me. .v during September. iiLnera I" MuUiioiiiuh county ;h...l..lf.rcertlllp.!?pt' each John Wanier, GO years old U j0". , ,.i. Thurston, in old died at La no '"Itv lust Monclny. entity, m ..nio. wni ... lit' mini ivo Wiilte, oi mum.....,.-, iXforstrlklntjaboyyQUnUQrtDan JSelf without provocation. uwo county will oereiinjwwi . , Mli.no.otn state fair. A car of , Jfffflll leave l'ortiunu auk' - 8 . i.i.iwiinil(l(riitlon a JS lopuTVolectrlciignt. -ffSnttcr III bs settled by Soiitem- Ut'i ' ...... ..... Itiin rlncnrrnfl -rim Salvauon .viuij " - .lrintsra. Tiling UlUNb tits lliciljf UM1V A mm iliunrt pxky when llie a'u""" jj"-"-- atown. ThcUnltedStated 1WU commissioner . .,...i,n.,i to uHtabllsh u salmon hatchery at Stevenson, Wasli.,opposlte the Cascades. nr J. Hill, of Albany, nun occn lh iw linvlni the title of Doctor i,f Phlkxphy conferred upon iilm by a toilette In Chicago. I u..rv Jolinso...

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 August 1896

n ... p !U ..r sMraewawee ua v bau a duuiuaii s BY HOKEJR BROTHBRS, HATUttDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890, i'J DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. f STEAMERS H Altona and Ramona I LEAVE i DAILY. M Portland, 6:45 fl m $? Salem 7 a. m., except bunday. fi Quick time, regular icrvlce and cheap .... rates. ... M M. P. BALDWIN. j'J Agent, Salem. "' -''' '''j Your Choice 2C of any $1,00 $1,25 or $1,50 Straw Hat For 50c. J, J Daliymple Co, PERSONALm County Judge Terrell returned from 1'ortlnnd today. Perry Card returned this afternoon from Newport. Hurry Downing went over to New port tills morning. A. B. Smith was a Portland busi ness visitor today. J). T. Scarn, of Medford, returned home thin morning. Fred Wirt loft this morning for Galcsburg, Illinois. Col. P. V. Drako ciiiuo tip from Portland Inst evening. Ilov. Geo. Hnrtung, cume up from Portland this morning. Ed. Thompson lofb this morning for an outing at Newport. Geo. II. Kramer left this morning for an outing at Newport. Dr. Elsworth Linton, of Woods, Is ...

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. — 17 August 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. f'tii ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. 8. SALEM, OHEGOIT MCXNDAY, AUGUST IT, 1890. JNTor2l ft DARING ROBBERY, Robbed the London Postofflce of a Large Sum, MURDERED BY AJYEGRO. An Editorr Accidentally Killed Other Mishaps. Detiioit, Aug. 17. A special to the Free Press from Charlotte, Mich., say: A special stock train which crit cast on tho Chicago & Grand Trunk at 12:30 -last night wai boarded by four men at Bollovuc, thir teen miles west of here, all masked and all heavily armed, and at tho point of their guns compelled tho two men In charge of the stock to empty their pockets of all money, and a number of oilier articles of small value "The robbers escaped, but were all captured by a posse this afternoon, and lodged In Jail here. They gave their names as James O'Donncll, Frank Wright. Ed. Mnrlownnd Prank Edison, and ages from 18 to 22 years. Robbers Arrested Boston, Aug. 17. Henry Borfleld, of London, England, was nrrcatcd as lie landed from tho Cunard steam...

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 August 1896

-"tT-" tH'''lfl1Qr&TH"'"rTi'fw-TfrT'-i Daily Capital Journal BY MOIKK UHOTHBR8, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1800. GEER-JEPhKEY-HOKER. Continued 'from first nafto. country for 817, and laid down liorc at tliat price. International bimetallism was botli nn International danger and an Inter national Impossibility. Gladstone bad nald that within- a few years England would never consent. Such an Inter national ngrccmont was a meriaco and danger in tc of trouble between two countries. As In 180') there win a eoulllet but it was the peaceful coiilllct of Ideas. As vcteraiHiind sotitt'nr veterans he ulead Tor them to present an united front ajfalnst the enemies of human ity, who ware niarslialled under the banners of the k11 'taudard. MR. or.EU'B Bl'riJSO.I. Mr. Geer was now Introduced and dlsnoscd of several fallacies, of his predecessor. The Republican party was not to blame for men being out of employment. It had not done any thing to throw n single Individual out of employment, the Populists...

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 August 1896

,. ht, ri- IT") Good .. .nential to pfe I Sftsssoiooa- riteml reached by tho blood, and on Iti quality tfao condition of every orando- od digestion, robust health. Impure Sooj means scrofula, dyspepsia, rhouma liita catarrh or other dlsonsce. Tho'aurcst y to havo good blood Is to toko Hood'a BirMparlUa. This medicine purines, vi eTimd enriches tho blood, and sends be elements of health nnd etrongth to trery nerve, organ and tissue. It creates ! Jod appetite", gives refreshing sleep ,nd cures that tired feeling. Hemember, Hoods Sarsaparilla ImhetiMt-lnfactthe One True Blood Purifier. " .,, cure Liver Hist easy to mOOd S Pi "Stoke, easyjtooperate.8B& The DROWNED IN THE COLUMBIA. Ltk VanBibber a Victim of the Treach erous Waves. D.illes Tluics-Mountalnecr, iiuiriM : Wlille iiatninir in the LutliofC'licnowctli creek, lour miles nlo The Dalles Fild.iy ccnlng ll.irk Van muocr wus uniwncu. jiu Incunililliy Willi lom ioriw.tsii, ah- m Pearson, Will Seder arid Cliurles 1'ettlc ludgone In...

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 August 1896

xmfsf C .MU mir7Vtl Daily Capital SY HOKBR BROTHBRS, mondat; august n, AWAMAMAttAtlM jv vVWVu'Vvvv X DAILY UKE TO rOUTI-AND. if STEAMERS t Altona and Ramona u LEAVE Portland, fij45 . tn. Salem 7 a. m., except Sunday. Quick lime, regular service and ....rates ... M.'V. BALDWIN. Agent, Salem i SS wVk W ' a'1 Your Choice of any $1,00 $1,25 or $1,50 Straw Hat For 50C. J, J Dalrymple Co, Iniirnnl SkJISSCSESWS uullllltili Jj 1800. 6m lanaa blfl V jm.- .- tRrf l) u I clienj) t)5 I T Ten xjy tA .s 1Lixr assortment of ieW indco Blue Prints just opened Cn at c' vK? lJpw0utins FIan" nW nd, in darker effects, for shirts. ET 1JCW r11Ptrc ,'n nil sizes and colors in flolversoD. PERSONAL. N. J. Damon came ovur today from Newport. Hon. IT. II. Klnciiltl returned this afternoon from Eugene. Frank K. Lovell went to rorlland tills afternoon on business. A. Mason, the contractor, madu a business trip toCJoblc today. Editor and Mrs. Horace Mann of Bluyton spent the day In tliu city. Miss Lola rrlnglc re...

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 August 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. ? f 32 : SAL KM, OR EG OX, TUESDAY", AUGUST la, 18!). .NO. 210 VOL. 8. ALL WANT TO FIGHT, Cretans Want No Outside Interference, ASK TO BE LET ALONE, cartridges and Wiles, wo can hold our own. As for tnyscir, 1 do not propose going away, but will remain whore Christian duty calls mo." When this conversation was over the archbishop, whose full title Is Tlmotheus, metropolitan primate of Crete and ex-archbishop or Europe, paid n visit to his refugees. He still has 300 In the school of the archbishopric. Christian pnd Turks Alike Want to Be Let Meno, L'aNka, Aug. 18. A correspondent has Had a talk with Chosseln Bey, u Mussulman deputy, representing Catica. lie said: "Vc most earnestly hope that the Mibllme portc will not accept the propositions made by the Christian deputies. We Mussulmans would rather die than live under the condi tions they seek to place upon us. 1 deny, and we all deny, that there Is any truth In the stories floated by t...

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 August 1896

J3 mMMMMMMMMMmmMmMMMmimm m ws -r m Mom?,RresideandKifchep Weekly Department Devoted M'"-' bwisMioi.e ly trylnjr to bcml It to Domestic and Cul inary Art. ri'rc.urul for Tint JouitNAl. by.a jiractlcal hiHikckcr per. Short conlrib'itloiiS, solicited for iliWileparitixnt.J m 1" m m &j- "Takes the Cake' wm 1 1 II 3&&kkr iaUCt? Mw4 b 51 You may have "money to burn' but even so, you needn't throw it away For JO cents you get almost twice as much "Battle Ax" as you do of other high grades for the same money I i i mmMmmmmmmmmmMmMmmMmm Daily Capital Journal BY HOKISK BROTHURS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1800. TAIUFP OH MONEY WHICH? Mr. Gcor stated that ten minutes after Cleveland was elected, hard times set In. Tho fact, Is haid times begun whoti Secretary Foster put tho country on a Kohl basis, In 1801; by commend iijr to Klvo creditors, or tho Kovcrnmeut, tho option to draw gold. Mr. Gcer should remember that while hard times began In 181)1, tho MeKlnlcy tariff remained in force until...

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 August 1896

STT r-"TT ' Tho RiiYiTOct nlom The Largest and Richest Show on Earth.- . i I'.Mi fctjlbild -JM1U UI&&VOI UUIVIII ' -Show Saturday- SEE , , Warner weather pre vlIK,j 1.1.11 1 I J J"J Wils us degrees, SNDCROP3' fllJG 22 1 IU J LdiL fot IVrrtriimriittPiiii iir'nuiiiiinrniHiinrt i'i nnn u r"rvflB "in mtii ' tT"-Bl i. , r " ... iKiny " Jllllivi'-- - u " ., ,,., lurC u ,!,. ainlay morning, which l,rcV:'' ?. if. u iruco to .01 of un S,.v.ll(t tlicu high rwliiwprc ,. lo .....rulni dealing o.r In . .fifiriioon. The winds have been tlic.irung!. generally northerly, :;rhtariesmoke is again aP' Harvesting and thn-shlng 1 line. Plowing Is MiiK l'' U vUfor,iiul more than usual vflll Ldom- The th.eshlng returns show S II etrects of t'.io unfavorable r KiriiH that have always had ftiml. t" bushels of fall-sown IrT . ... ..,. li-ive. this year, from Ml,, 3) bushels. Early sprlng-sown 7r la is poorer, yielding only from 10 r1 L. Lrmire. The potato 10 l3 ...i i Uv Mm lrv JulV i l,ul . . . i. i...

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 August 1896

fTHraTTiffTflrgEawgfin Daily Capital Journal, BY HOimi BROTHERS . lima! ! nuit Mrygw''':'' s'r'7i'&ttfSKMtiSBKEEKSK!3KOEiiitKWkW)Jtn't " v-- ITiiiTit iwrr ifcmTMniiin WWpwpgiijj' Ji ' ' .LIL LJZS:2Xm-- ' '-. - -- - -..- - UESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1890. m IX Ms-y - V-w-4" - '-''' W DAILY LINE TO I'OKTI.AND. i S STEAMERS 8 Altona and Ramona LEAVE St DAILY. ft PortlanJ, 6145 m- jJ Salem 7 a. m., except Sunday. g ' 7 Quick time, regular service and cheap J? ....rules.;.. . M. P. UALDWIN, j!J Agent. Salem. v " 't 't " Your J3C A Choice X 2C of any $1,00 $1,25 or Sl,50 Straw Hat For 506. J, J, Dalrymple Co. PERSONAL. Harry Downing returned from tin outing today. Mrs. Frank Waters loft toduy Tor n fow weeks at Qcarliart Park. Master Jay Heeler In homo from a visit with Hamsburg friends. J. C. Mills and family liavc gone to WllliolL Springs for an outing. Thos. Kay came down, from Water loo, on the early morning train . Chief Justice F. A. Mooro was a Portland passenger, via tho Salem lo cal....

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 August 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ASSOCIATED PRSS DAILY. VOL. SALES!, OKEGON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST It), 1890. 'NO, 2t New York Ra 8S58 Is rcclevlng goods of nil kinds direct from New York, bought from one of the lnrgest establishments of the kind In the world. All their goods arc bought for cash, and sold for cash. Those, buying from sucli a house get their goods cheaper than In an ordin ary tlmo house; that Is clear. We arc also able to sell our goods at cheaper rates, that also Is clear. We keep a huge lino of laces, em broideries, lace curtains, bed spreads, linen and -cotton towels, crash, table linen, ladles vests, and nil kinds of underwear, corsets, white and work shirts, suspenders, hosiery, purbes, combs, brushes, and aJnrge line of notions of all kinds, call and see for yourselves, we sell at close prices. E.T.BARNES. GOLD CREEK ELDORADO. What a Reliable Correspondent Says About Prospects, Salem, Or., Aug. 17, 1800. Editok Jeuknal: Slnco your kindly notice of my return from the gold fie...

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 August 1896

BE3-2E3 Daily -Capital Journal BY HOKBK DWOTHBR9 WEDKSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1800. Dr. Kccnc Is still downing tlinb bad man, Barkloy.l Wlicn will the Statesman print Til nion Ford's speech? i i s a C Let thls-bc a square, clean light for American principles. Hon. Steward L. "Woodford lunclicd with McKlnlcy Tucsdayl Ilryan and his "coimtry bred wife" got a splendid reception at Woodburn. That town of Woodburn Is agiilti scttinfT the political pace In Ocukoii. All foreign terest oven alllstn. questions are losing in international blmct- McKlnlcy clubs are inultlplyltig. Hut the people are still the power In control of this government. Who pays Dr. Kccnc to go around and abuse Elder Uarkley? Of court-e, that Is not paid by Mark Ilanna. Bryan's New York si)eech Is un answerable. Circulate It. One dol lar a hundred at this olllce In silver. "Which Is better, that we shall pay 75 cents a sack for Hour or $1.50' a sack? Under which price would all be most prosperous? Cleveland Is putting llourke ...

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 August 1896

Jff" tt Wmnvim jsw'uyv They All aro q j:nmr iTh il.lna All tBel : . .it... Vin most l..,lt. "IU well In tho moat Back '""table thing about Hood Bar "?.-. 11 come- back to Hood'., kr Baraa- or and STATE NEWS. ffi."fcr th0 cnormo? BftlM ' th!3 this " ,. keep up and Jcatlnue tho Q MTIUUl " it Why l Temerlt than any medicine I ever "lr. . i am oconrronco In i TD " " ., trMJI, RarnatvirlllA BlUfU. vrw - v ltT" "0, koop up whole yoar as a clock. simply bccaoM Tlio Albany Democrat reports cMit runaways in gno any. Louis FleUchner who recently tiled at Portlund, left an estate of $712,000. The blf clrvus had only a handful, or pcopic, to snow to, at Pendleton. Trof. Mark Uarley, of Eugene, lins acceptod the chair of mathematics, In the university df Washington, at Seattle. Mr. E. Mclzcr, of tho North Polo Mining Comrany, at Bourne, has ar- SarsaparlUa wn,; rlvSdat Baker City, with SJ4000 wnrt.li i, irviu. , ... .' ami oconrronco m almost Eiewd moro sIckncM, and made more Sms through restora...

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 August 1896

Daily Capital Journal, IY HOPRR BKOTKBRS, WEDESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1890. ft DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. H STEAMERS H Altona and Ramona ft LEAVE i DAILY. Po-tland, 6)45 ft. m. ft Sdem7a.n1., xeept Sunday. f Quick time, regular letvlce and cheap J ....rates,... M. P. BALDWIN, ft Agent, Salem. Jt Jfct Ji f - " '' Your A! A Choice of any $1,00 $1,25 or $1,50 Straw Hat For 506. J, J, Dalrymple Co, Charity for Ohio. Franklin Ellison, n noUuy public at Waggoner Hippie Post-otllco, Adiims county, Ohio, writes on belialf of a local relief committee to Gnvornor Lord, asking aid for the Hood sufferers of that region. The Ohio river has destroyed the crops for many miles on both sides of tho river, and destitu tion iif quite prevalent. The relief Is asked on the ((round that tho people have often assisted stricken communi ties In tho west. Governor Lord Is at tho seaside. i Ukavy Mail. The mull curriers arc very busy, these days, carrying largo packages, of speeches In favor or thoKokl standard money s...

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 August 1896

Hpr - i"p i" 'wF,"7ayJ ;""1w(rwT'T T DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, i ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. V ! & THE POP COMMITTEE Has Established a Rational Headquarters.j I I? r . BUT IT HaPnOMONEY, Other Important Political News of the Day. N'ASHiNHToN.Aug. 20. Tho execu tive cnjuinlttce of tho Populist con tentlon lias adjourned, subject to tlio call of chairman. It was decided that G. It. Sovereign should bo assigned Chicago headquarters, whjch will be under the management of Washburn, of Massachusetts. Chairman Butler will be In charge hcre.usslsted by Sec retary Edgorton. Butler said today, that thecommltte was embarrassed for want of funds. "Wo chipped in" Mid Butler, "to pay expenses this far. 1 expect we will havo to make a cam paign such as wo made in the south, where we have managed with very little money." Butler will enter Into tho correspondence with Populists and Slhcr leaders in various parts of tho country to effect adjustment of exist ing dlllicultlos which will bring the supporte...

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 August 1896

f w Daily Capita! Journal. BY HOKBR DHOTHBRS, TlIUKSDA, AUGUST 20,3 1890. Mr.Gecr did no, tit Ashland. .Mention the riffraff b'nlcm Is the best cash wheut market hi the county. Harvey Scott classes Mrs. Uryan with the riffraff. Bryan will ride to I ho White House hut not on a free pass. Eugene will havo a Ilryan club organized In a few days. Why don't the Statesman print Mr. Ford's speech to the worklngmeu? The Salem mills buy all wheat that comes and pays the highest cash price lt circulates without Mark Hanna's gold Htandard-Tm: Littlk Silvkr DAILY. Trim Americans want bimetallism thnt blmctallates without the consent of England. LastJanuory John II. Mitchell put the question Of Independent bimetal lism first. Wall Btreet and the wealth of the United States was against Lincoln In 1800 ns It Is against Uryan today. T. T. Occr's grandfather didn't wear a bobtail shirt and therefore the silver question has no place In this campaign. Working men, Just vote with us millionaires and syn...

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 August 1896

"fTKT" W 1 TheySlI "heI?d:.Come ft, It "but tho moat OaCK drt,k.hle thing about Hood'i Baraa "C stb t customers who try other loa all come- back to Hood's, and rfwb"thocnormou?B.l.,o(thta jhii is w"' keep Bp nUd "?d .tX VM a clock. Why to M" "0, simply bccauBO ttood'i Sarsaparllla baa moro real cura Serit than any medicine I over sold." "iu, 0( dally occurronco In almost JS- -tore. Hood'a Saraaparllla T cared more alcknean, and made moro W$ through restoration to health tbS any other medicine. Hoods Sarsaparilla I, ttie standard -the-One Truo Blood I'urlner. ' ""-,.. are tho only pills to take Hnnfl's PlliS with Itowl'uSargaparllU. From a Laboring Man. To the Editor of "Tlio Examiner" Slr: I Ituvc Just rend of tlie actions of the Bankers' Union of Callfornlti In oixanUing nalnsL the people In favor of gold. Of course tliese bankers do not want the people to become Indep endent. While wo runners anu jaoor ers have been crowing poorer and poorer we have seen tho Presldont of this Bank...

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 August 1896

'f TV i" -v,r Ui. s riUArilMUMML Daily Capital Journal DV HOmiR BROTHERS New Today ;.-. s s TJIUBSDA, AUGOST t .m H s" wi" J JDWLV LINE TO ItJKTUXND. STEAMERS i Altona and Ramona I JW 20,5 18SC. (M I HON. GEO. E. CHAMBERLIN. LEAVE DAILY. tixlcm 7 a. m except Sunday Quick time, regular service and cheap ....rates ... M J. UALDWIN, i . . . Agent, Bafcm. v - " " i'i' i ' J Your X Choice X of any $1,00 $L25 or $1,50 Straw Hat For 506. J, J, Dalrymple Co, PERSONAL. F S. Dearborn caino over today from Newport. Lyman Savage nnd family arc home from Newport. ' Court Reporter Morrow returned to Portland tdtiiiy.' ' ' Geo. II. Gray nnd family returned today from Seal Rocks. , Mrs. B. V. Strong returned today, from her visit at Newport. Young Ed. Lamport Is doing the Coos Day country on an outing. i Attorney Webster Holmes was a fortland business visitor today. Wax. J. S. While went to Albany to duy on u short professional vIbIL. W. II. Havago went to Portland this morning on a brief business ...

Publication Title: Daily Capital Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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