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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily capital journal. — 27 August 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, - 9HH0 - Mt I ml 1 ri ASSOC1ATF.D PRESS DAILY. tkVUS t H" f JJ'M 3Z yiL. HALT-r, OREGON TIIUKSDAY, AUGUST IS, 1806. d fc n ---"" -".NOrl LYING SHEETS, POOR .Methods Necessary to Defeat Bryan. PORTLAND M'KINLEY ORGAN Print Fabulous Resolutions for An Effect, The only aliened metropolitan news papers, of Portland, the Dally Ore gonlan and Telegram, both the organs of the "honest money" undMeKlnlcy, prints the following resolutions und Mnt out the same to the associated press newspapers, of the country. Thoy are a fraud, n llo and a forgery from beginning to end. Will men, who thus defraud the public, AtHI pretend to bo the friend of lli people? Individual, who thus falsely posu as public reformers and commit such offense and neTcr retract them or apolUllie for tnem 8l,uPly became tliey have a press monopoly, ought to have their rights, as publishers In a free country, taken nway'. Men, who will take such advantage of nn Inno cent aud conlldlng people, are fit fo...

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 August 1896

V .ffi'i.S Daily Capital Journal UV HOKtCR BKOTHBRS, THUI.8DA, AUGUST 27, 18M. Tlicclub -toinc In politics Is the club tlmt'CJrQUlnte J WMNMM 9 literature. A tnlhorilyioiF Clitf (side 6f God nntl tlic poor li nlwnys rcspcotublo. Circulate silver literature If you would 'circulate silver bye and bye. The Uryan clubs tiro being organized without a sack, a boss or a machine. There U bub duo way to bent Mar) Hanr.a. Vote for Hrynn and Watson. Tlicro Is no middle of the road be tveen Bryan and McKlnley In Orogor. If there was a crime r 18:i, what arcyoudolnc toconcct tlie outrage? The Oregoniaii U dreadfully afraid the Bllvcr forces In Oregon will not be harmonious. IiMcry David Hurr Cbase, who was treated so fairly In the Orcgmilnn, writes In this Issue. Our friend 0. B. Moores says It was all a llcbout, the crime of 1873. That ought to sottje It. Tho ,boy orator of tho Platto Is the significant title or Bryan. Platte Is tho Spanish word for silver. Undo Sam's malls continue to bo Inter...

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 August 1896

MR CHASE'S SAH.CA3M. Much for . f.t.. Who Is Too plain . 0f OAin H, Satanic .-,- Joutnallsni. .. . Vn hatter proof EDIro.i..o - ! Li. to be needed tliiui tlio late uub . .,,,, i,,, cU,i I.'nM.kei and the icoldlto r- o . ii.i.. .sMiln nf upon. Altliinil?" HH" "" "" seems peculiar in mo for wo arc uscu to kcciuk will tako tiie Oregon urn lucH Hi liaruij con i .l.ro. we l'"""' ,,..... . ..!... f .... illustration, xuuu-w:""" w. OKiPinlBii'i eatupdlun argument's iikethH: With great labor and ...... ......ulaelty, Harvey scon con- .III- - , . man of straw, ami mucin Tlic Typical Silver Man," and, I, a great nourish of trumpets, be H0nallp.sser8-byt0 8top and sec annlhtliito tlio sliver norcsy. ho stands off ton panes, and ison tlio poor, inoncnsive mum- .11 the artillery of that great In of Ills, ""til ho has utterly dc- Ishcd and tvipca on wo iw " earth this nondescript creature of offn manufacture. Can any one what satisfaction the hulf-crazy partner of anarchists derives from performa...

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 August 1896

4' ft " - im ,t-- AbUfltoi I? "a -wi u- W Vi Kf! daiiy Capital Journal. UV HOfBtt BROTHUR9, tiiuhsdaj uGUST27, 1800. M 1 ay tr ts tf -' k M M DAIC? LINK TO rOHTLAND. -STEAMERS- Altbna and Ramona LEAVE IIAILV. Ponlanl. 6145 a. m. S.iUm 7 n. m , except Sunday. ."$ Jr Quickftlme.egular service arm cheap j,, ....rates ... s , 1 M. V. BALDWIN, mmmm Ribbons, A big lino of all silk sntln ribbons lit popular prices. Nos. G and 7, all colors fie. Nos.Oto 22 liiuluslyo, nil colors, 10c. Eo. 40, In nil colors, good for millinery' use, Ific. Drapcricsi a Agent Salem. ST x UUI flu VL Choice of any $1,00 Take a look at the north window, (some of the very choicest colorings in cotton draperies oyer shown. Exact Imitations of tbo silks. Velvets. A number of elegant col orings In the Persian velvets 00c and $1 the yard. T. nolverson.! ft SOME 8ALEM IMPROVEMENTS. City Hail To Be Finished, Nov. I3t Other Notes. Salem's annual building boom Is now In progress and 'ere tho winter rains commence, several...

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. — 28 August 1896

"(i.il"l!Jp DAILY CAPITAL J; ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY, '4 I f JOURNAL. rofc. s. SALEM, OKEGON FllTDAY, AUGUST 28, I89C. JffO.19 Hal matters. jlthful Watchman Stabbed by Burglars, RUCK BY A THUNDERBOLT, tj v- nin Snn nf Howard he it-iuai-w. w - Fell Dragged to Death, Subbed by Burglars., juicago, Aug. 28.-0. B. Bobbins, BIght watchman hi tlio Title & Je. building, was nttacked by Klarsycstcrday morning nnd fatully bbed. Robblns was In tlio base- U when lie saw two men leaving (room with some carpenter's tools. tead of complying with his corn- nil to halt the men turned upon ,hlns with knives and stabbed him III he fell unconscious. The burg- Emade their escape. Bobbins was ten to his home. Struck by Lightning. tXDurro.v, Or., Aug. 28. A son of IT. Perkins, living north of town files, was struck by lightning to rturing the progress of a thundcr- oi. lie lies unconscious, ana may t TTn ivns drlvlnir n water tank at klme the stroke came. Dragged to Death. Walla Walla, Aug. 28. Frank F...

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. — 28 August 1896

r r-" Tf'wif .iUli jnmm hi irT- "-" -M Daily Capital Journal D" HOKICR BROTHBRSi FBIDAa, AUGUST 28, 1800. Hon. II. L. Hnrkley will never re sign his principles. Next Sunday's Examiner will be a K reat silver number. Get the Issue (if August 30. Tlio Southern Pacific will hereafter charge 10 cents for carrying n bicycle over Its ferry boats. Salem women .should. organize for Bryan and select a leader to take part In the campaign. The women like Candidate Bryan for his devotion to and confidence In his "country-bred wife.' Alderman Ulgdon should not turn T. T. Geer's skunk loose Saturday night at the nrmory. Attorney General Idleman is not, never has been, nor ever v. Ill be a po litical!. He swears It. No genuine frco coinage man ob jects to Banker iMjirtln's object lesson. It proves too much. If you can't liitvcu Itrjim speaker In your town to tell you about Inde pendent American bimetallism, you can circulate literature. Talking about resigning? Nono of the men who before thoprlmar...

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. — 28 August 1896

Tflw" ?"! p1 !'" i wipj i in' jitp---?'-- - i. -1flift 11 rm in" lmi I l Mil lom?, Fireside and Kitchen cckly.lJcparuncm v- . j ..l MAfrArAn (o Domestic am cul inary Aft. f.VP.red forTHR JOURNAL by pngtel L .i..wf anoii .v.i...."" louse"'.' , ,, i thUOcra ' J SCIENTIFIC SOUPS. :nnrlng tuw icwuu "" kuliliiBly told ' I-.:nti1ny. wiiosc uuhm .- Bll"- " . ik drive a person muu because, tliero '...i i.it.nf nvnrvthlntr. and tlioso m wlvo and Horrible little dishes arc i...1ii nmtlnn "eU ..-.,..... ... nnnfl." Hill Mrs. j IUIW ........ I.... ... ....-lot.. i..la MYII.IU ll ...., w ....i. variety i"" " """' rtWKl -.'-"" .1no,...fMl""BUl lOimi u -' . ,. - , ..I .1.1 I.a III MI1YH. IIUU UlIU u.fcj V "V i uc in j"i - - - - i . i .i, ,,rii llvopa nr Mini MK luvt.-i ,t. !.. tit F... I.IO'I . IIUU HI" K" ... - trcscutare In raroi u icw l..i..b meal, but a ciiange wim uij "" .a tnr I lilt icason U Uiuuiuuu ouuy ii" '" . .i.... rri.. i.-,i,i ho several over uuj. xuu IJUUi" ...i !.- - .i..i-i niAKo...

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. — 28 August 1896

Daily Capital Journal, 1f r T - mum I I T Mllll Mil J mm I I?; BY HOmCR BROTHBRS, l-'IUDA, AUGUST 28, 1800. t w mf t "' " " " DAILY LINK TO ' PORTLAND. i ? k STEAMERS m Altona and Ramona LEAVE i DAILY. M Portland. 6m? a.m. ? Salem 7 a. m., except Sunday. A big line or nil .sill; satin ribbons tit popular prices. Nos. 5 itnd 7, all colors Gc. Nos. 0 to 22 inclusive, nil colors, JOc. Ko. 10. In all colors, good for millinery use, lfic. , j Quick time, regular service and cheap ? ....rates ... I M. P. BALDWIN. ) Agent, Salem. . Jws Jw ISV Wl J p f Drapcricsi Take n look at the north window. Home of the very choicest colorings In cotton draperies ever shown. Exact Imitations of tltc silks. New Goods Crowding In, And choice ones too. Not kinds tnndo to sell, with nothouglit of wear ing qualities, but sightly kinds with everlasting wear, nnd n credit to the Roller; an economy to the bujer. Black Dress Goods. Ono shipment Just received, and wc do not hesitate to say that our black goods st...

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. — 29 August 1896

IfW-WWWWIV'WWIll1 TT"'!V-rnr - DAILY JOURNAL. ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. ZL'-C jyOli. 8. SALEM, OREGON SATUBDAY, jMJGHJST 89, 1886. ko. i m CAPITAL "f New York &j83 Raokev msemfo POLITICAL POTPIE, A Chicago McKinley Club ) Is rcclovlng goods of all kinds direct from New York, bought from onoof tho largest establishments of the kind In the world. All their goods, arc bought for cash, and sold for cash. Those buying from such a house get their goods cheaper than In an ordin ary time house; that Is clear. We are also able to sell our goods at cheaper rates, that also Is clear. We keep a large lino of laces, em broideries, lace curtains, bed spreads,' linen and cotton towels, crash, table linen, ladles vests,, and all kinds of underwear, corsets, white and work blrts, suspenders, hosiery, purses, combs, brushes, und a large lino of notions of all kinds, call and seo for yourselves, Nvo sell ut closo prices. E.T.SARNES. EVERYBODY jVIi . I - , Visit 'Canton, THE INDINAPOUS CONVENTION Pre...

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. — 29 August 1896

- r",TOFirWWWH,,''IWI-HPr Dlily Capital Journal, HUKtCK BSOTHERS tfttfOltDA ., AUOfbTSB, 1800. iStlll nryan'ifipoci'lilH not ntwwerctl. ' Poor Cuban Ii fnrjfntten In the strife over sixteen to one. Free meat, free bread and free silver at Salem Seplehiber r. The Urynn clubs keep springing up und no barrel In Might. WIlHlidro bo a bond Issue for ithat export of Kold from Salem? The silver Methodists would make quite a respectable confrri'Kiitlnn. A watermelon Is the only thlny that keeps cool Inwardly these exciting times. IJIshop Dilllon Is Tor free silver. lie Is liable to be excommunicated by the goldbugs. We arc all going to Woodburn Sept 4 to help Senator Mitchell build his railroad to mars. The gold standard Statesman In dulges In pcrhonalltles. It Is bald pressed for arguments. The Uryan ratification at Salem will be the biggest thing In the way of a crowd that ever struck this town. Who Is Spencer, the Portland worlc lngman's friend? Is ho recently Itn ported.or did ho spring...

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. — 29 August 1896

Strong Nerves Just surely como from the use of Hood's SawaparllJo as does tho cure of gcrofula, salt rheum, or other no-called blood diseases. This Is simply because tbo blood affoota tho oondltlon of all the Nerves' bonea, musclos and tissues. It it la Im pure It cannot properly sustain thes parte. If made pure, rich, rod and vital ized by Hood's Baraaparllla, It carrlea health Instead of disease, arid repairs the worn, nervous systom aa nothing olse can do Thus nervous prostration, hysteria, neuralgia, heart palpitation, aro cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla Because It is the Ono Truo Blood Porlfler, "77 77 run are the best ntter-dlnnei tiOOClS PUIS pills, aid tllKcstion. J4& A NEW YORK LETTER. (Continued from second piigc.) lie had been honored with a member ship In an English International Club, said, repeating fer the edifica tion of his hearers, (Andrew D. White and others) that Lord McCauloy said: "In England no farm laborer was ecr known 10 rise above his station." A writer o...

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. — 29 August 1896

OaHv Capital Journal, f tV HOKRR BROTHERS. SATUKDA , AUGUSTS, 1800. U . . i r DAILY LINE TO 'I'OKTLANU. 'J STEAMERS J ffl ft Altona and Kamona leave: i DAILY. Portland, 6:45 m Salem 7 a. m except Sunday. Quick time, regular service and cheap .k.. rates ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. 4W iW . ( W kSW ! S9 wl S H H New Goods Crowding In. And cliolco ones too. Not kinds mndo to soil, with no thought of ueur Intr ciimlltle., but slahLly kinds with everlasting wear, and a credit to the seller; an economy to the buyer. Black Dress Goods. . Ono shipment lust received, and we do not hesitate to say that our blaek goods etock will surpass any previous season. Capes and Jackets,' Advanced shipments In. Hoc the new beauties. Men's" Overcoats. New stylcH Just in. Ask for the K. W & N. overcoat. Its a magnet. . Straw Hats. Values up to $1.50 to chwo nt fiOc. J, J, Dalrymple Co, $&88m Ribbons. A blfj line of all silk satin ribbons at popular prices. Nos. fi and 7, all colors oc. Nos.Oto ...

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. — 31 August 1896

DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. t ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. VOL. RevFYorK Ratttt TELffil da 8 i SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, AtfGTJST 31, I80C. NO. 219 I is rcclevlng goods of nil kinds direct from New York, bought from one of the largest establishments of the kind In the world. All their goods, are bought "Jwr cash, and sold for cash. Those buying from such a house get tholr goods cheaper than in an ordin ary tlmo house; that Is clear. Wo arc also able to sell our goods at chcupcr rates, that also is clear. We keep n largo line of laces, em broideries, lace curtains, bed spreads, linen nndtcotton towels, crash, table linen, ladles vests, and all kinds of underwear, corsots, white and work hlrts, susponders, h lcry, purses, combs, brushes, and a largo 'lino of notions of all kinds, call and sec for yourselves, we bcII at close prices. E.T.BARNES. WS The Day's Doings in Political Circles. BRUTAL ATTEMPT AT MURDER, INSURGENTS Dpi. Spanish Forces Victorious OvefCubahs, & The WEYLER'SORDERS APPROVED,...

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. — 31 August 1896

IB Daily Capita! Journal CIV IlOlTKU BROTVIBR3 MONDA, AUGUST II, 1800. M'KINLEYS ACCEPTANCE. Lotus bo fair. Let us bo Just. Mo Klnlcy's letter of iitxepliinoo Is nn nblo docuiiiont. He dicers cttutiotwly between the conlUctlng clcinenta of gold staiidnrt, free traders, and high tariff Republicans, and also not to cross his own utterances In behalf r-t Independent American bimetallism. Hut he steers his craft with a master hand, though It Iks on a crooked course, and among shoals and roekH of destruction. McKlnlcy flatly and nuequlvtH-ally declares the inoiiey question llrst and foremost the paramount Issue In this campaign. As In his speech accepting tho nomination, so in his letter or ac ceptance he makes a plain declaration In favor of the single gold standard. (Why don't you gold stnndaul men applaud?) In his platform, In his acceptance, In liU speeches, wo must conclude that McKlnlcy puts that Issue to the front. There Is no escape from this. McKlnlcy's election would bo a world...

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. — 31 August 1896

1 . 'H w Mipia MMMa m MMmm AkfiabM4MHtU First OREGON FOR So Bays William R. O'Donnell, Independence Judge, In the opinion of Mr. William 11 the time Hood's Bampatllta In the opinion or Mr. William It. lllD irfrertiied m a blood puriner. O'Donnell, n well-known lawyer and t cores JlBve ovau nwviun'""vv. ii;jiuujiuuii lvuuur ui J.IIUUI)UIHlCnCC, Unarmed blood cures olBcrofula, p0lk county, Bryan will carry Oregon '"-' riinnmatism. neural- i... i. .....1...11.. .. ":.:. : Tht ed m-i "'. " .U,.B u",.u .r . . . ... urrn, net-ur-- --- . ,, "i iiavo oeen in ncany every conn y ,.. when others fall, because It' .. Btntnt, c ., ,", ,V . in viiu ntuvv., ouiu I'll, v JUIIIIUH, SILVER. The "!g"nieM VlIjI1'"" 1 ' "I'lifimnmiiininiH. T"""-- . It cures when 1 Iways . .Um vnnf of LIV.1 II 1"" ww" tho dlscaso and MAm nf lmntinrv- .inttes every guiu. . . nrf testify to absolute cures of l0lindi icswijr a..ni.rii-. . AlmpattM vy Aw - 1 L ji.-niirairod by the failure of ouku """ " . -..- - - . irk wa - ...

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. — 31 August 1896

tnrY"rfWi&T'wi 3 Jilf Capital Journal. Y UOKCCK BROTHERS Hop Pickers MONDAY, AUGUST s31, 1800. W sms 1r' A w v" w' sa i daily line to (portland. steamers Altona and Ramona LEAVE 8 nAii.v. Portland, 6:45 a. m. Salem 7 0. ni except Sunday. If you want. 11 good hose to wear In the lion fields try lour "BLACK CAT BRAND. They cost, two-bits, but they nro the best Inecstmcnt oyer made. No. JO for girls, No. 10 for lx)ys, No 10 for Indies. Another pood one Is that boys heavy, seamless ribbed, sl.csO to 81, MiC. Two wnlsls for the price of one. Choice of nny shirt wulst up to 9l.R0 X 75 Cents,! i Quirk lime, regular crvlce nnd clieap ....rntes ... M. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. W fl S S vd & S s9 . ! m Some good ones yet remaining, lines, 40a; 75c ones, COc. fiOo T. flolverson. New Goods Crowding In, And choice ones too. Not kinds inndo to sell, with no thought of wear ing qualities, but sightly kinds with everlasting wear, and a credit to the seller; 1111 economy to the buyer. Black ...

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. — 1 September 1896

5.. ,-ri ..,.-.Tj ,-- T" DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. i, A1 ASSOCIATED PRESS DAILY. SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1896. ywmm9M- ' IN. WW - -- .N"0.-l VOL. . New yofK Racket Id rcclov'lng goods of all klnda direct from New York, bought from ono of tlie largest establishments of the kind In the world. All their goods nre bought for cash, and sold for cash. Those buying from such uhouso get their goods cheaper than In an ordin ary time house; that Is clear. Wo arc also able to sell our goods at cheaper rates, that also Is clear. Vc keep a large line of laces, em broideries, lace curtains, bed spreads, linen und --cotton towels, crash, tablo linen, ladles vests, and all kinds of underwear, corsets, white and work hlrts, suspenders, h icry, purses, combs, brushes, and a largo 'lino of notions of all kinds, call and see for yourselves, we sell at close prices. E.T.BARNES. HO! FOR THE I Bruan Ratification ! AT MARION SQUARE, SALEM, Saturday, September 5, 169b, Grand barbecue from 11 to 1 o...

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. — 1 September 1896

"-jir ? Daiiy Capital Journal i A MEXICAN OBJECT LESSON. BY HOKKR. BROTHBRS, W: TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1890. WE ASK- THEM HARD. Wo love the gold standnrd brethren well enough to wish they tvero fully advised ns to the effect of the policy they advocate. At times they appear to us to he Ignorant of their own evil Intentions. We would arouse them to the enormous Iniquity of their pro position. How can wo do It? They deny that gold Isappreclatlug. Yet Robert Cllffon, the mosteiiilncht Londoti gold standard authoritywild ' in 1870 It would appreciate, and In 1888 declared-the decline In prices was due to the fact that it had Increased In purchasing power. Like the astronomer, Tyco llrahr, who denied theCopcrnlcan system now approved by all scientists, the gold standard men deny una goiu lias nppreciaieu because they don't want to under stand anything else. Wo ask them hard what wo have to lose by the double standard money system as long as all foreign commerce balances are settled In bullion...

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. — 1 September 1896

Insist Upon having Just what you call for whs you go to buy Hoodls Barsnparilla. There is no substituto (or Hood's. It la an In sult to your Intelligence to try to sell you something else. Remember that all rfforts to Induco you to buy an article you do not want, are baaed simply l the dcalro to soonro more profit. The dealer or clerk who docs this oares noth ing for your welfare. Ho simply wants your monoy. Do not permit yourself to be deceived. Insist upon having Hood's Sarsaparilla And onlr Hood's. It Is tha One Trno Blood rurlfler. u j nitf,- easy to buy, easy to taks, rlOOU S FIIlS easy to operate. S5c Oregon Crops. For week ending August 31, 1800: Crops During the past 10 days, the weather having been exceptionally 'favorable for harvest, .farmers havo forced their harvesting and .thrashing operations. Harvest Is over, except that Micro arc some fields of late-sown oats and wheat still remaining green, some of which will bo, cit for hay. However, the late-sown spring oat crop,...

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. — 1 September 1896

Capital Joufnal,,HopPick!!!': Daily BV friOiTICK. BROTHKHS TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1890. KgAC i w '" w ' ,,, r H DAILY LINE TO PORTLAND. H -STEAM EKS Altona and Ramona i LEAVE DAILY. Portland, 6f45 m. Salem 7 ft. m except Sunday. Quick time, regular service and ciicap ....rates.... ' m. P. BALDWIN, Agent, Salem. LVJUJU m ' ' " '" New Goods Crowding In. And choice- ones too. Not kinds tnado to sell, with no thought of wear ing qualities, hut sightly kinds with everlasting wear, and a credit to tlie seller; an economy to the bujer. Black Dress Goods. One shipment Just received, and wo do not hesitate to say that our black goods stock will surpass any previous season. Capes and Jackets, Advanced shipments In. .See the new beauties. Men's Overcoats, New styles Just In. Ask for the K. N & V. overcoat. Its a magnet. Straw Hats, Values up to $1.50 to close at 50c. J, J, Dalrymple Cor PERSONAL. Hon. F. C. Baker came upfront Portland this morning. Gov. W. P. Lord returned this after noon from ...

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