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ts a blood disease and only a blood reme
dy can cure it. So many people make
llie mistnke of taking remedies which
at best are only tonics and cannot possi
bly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith,
Greencastlc, Indiana, says! "For years
I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma
tism, which the best physicians were un
able to relieve. I took many patent
medicines but thev did not seem to
reach inv trouble. I gradually grew
worse until I was un
able to take my food
or handle myself in
any way; I was abso
lutely helpless. Three
bottles of S.S.S. re
lieved me so that 1
pwas soon able to move
my right arm; before
long I could walk
across the room, otid
when I had finished one dozen bottles
was cured completely and am as well as
ever. I now weigh 170."
A Real Blood Remedy
S.S.S. cures Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema,
and any form of blood troubles. If you
have a blood disease, take a blood medi
cine S.S.S. ( &uai anlced burclv vep-eta
lable) is exclusively for the blood and'
is recommended tor Homing else. It
forces out the poison matter permanent
ly. We will
send to anyone
UNION PARTY PLATFORM
Adopted at Albany, Otegon, June 2
We demand the free and unlimited coin
age of gold and silver at ihe ratio if 16 to
independent of the action of any other natim
That the government shall issue nil monev
without ,the intervention of banks, and in
quantity adequate to the needs of the people.
That all money issued by the covemment,
whether gold, salver or piper, shall be legal
tender for all debts, public or private.
That no contract or law shall descriminate
against any kind ol money issued by the gov
ernment. Wo are opposed to the Issue of United States
interest-bearing bonds in time of peace.
We demnnd the redemption of Oregon from
rings, commissions and corrupt methods, and
demand honest elections and election jaws,
including stringent registration laws
We demand that the people ahall have th
veto power oer all legislative nnctmcnts b
the use of the referendum.
We demand the election of all officers by a
direct vote of the people.
Wefivorand advice that all nominations
for municipal and county officers, including
members of the legislature, shall be made b)
We recommend that this party shall be
known as thi Union party, and invite all re-
form lorces 01 the state to unite with us in
realizing these principles by united efforts
and we pledge ourielves to unite with such
reform forces in carrying out this bond of
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering It
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used excepton
prescriptions from reputable pliytcl
ans, as the damage they will do Is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and
Is taken Internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure you get the gennulnc. It
Is taken Internally, and made in To.
ledo, O., by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tes
Sold by all Drugpists, price 75c. per
C. & E. R. R.
Sunday Seaside Excursion Will Run Sun
And continue to run each Sunday
itlicreafterdurincr the season. Trains
Sleaves Albany 7:00 a. m.; Corvallls
7:jo a. m. Keturnlng leaves iNewnor-
'6:30 p. m.
Fare, Albany, Corvallls and Philo
math, $1.50 for round trip. Points
west usual rates.
Cash for Prunes.
Farmers, call at our olllce hi the old
Gray block, State street, and get our
cash prices for prunes.
Oregon Land Co.
Salem, Aug. 28. d&w-tf
Greatly Educed Rates.
Why not atteiiv. he state fair when
you can buy a ticket for one fare,
round trip, from any point on the
Southern Pacific, lines In Oregon.
The Oregon state fair and industrial
exposition will present unusually One
exhibits and attractions In addition
to the numerous track features, and
excltlngrunnlng races, with DelNnrte
to lower his record of 2-08 for a purse
of 8250. Arrangements are being
made for the Introduction of many
new attractions to Interest and please
all who attend.
Visitors may prepare to be royally
entertained. One fare for the rouud
trip, and popular admission of 25 cents.
Excursion Rates Every Day.
The Southern Pacific now oilers for
sale round trlatlckets from Salem to
Newport, good until Oct. 1, for the
price or $4.50. Call on the Salem
agent for same.
If W. W. Skinner.
.Send for the new style catalog and
guide book, or the DralnSUite Normal
Bandera's Triumphant March
Maceos Equal-He Leads 12000
Men Across the Entire Island.
New. York, Aug. 31. The Journal
and Advertiser says:
The sensationally victorious march
of the Cubans under Maximo Gomez
and Antonio Macco, the entire length
of the island, In Martinez Campos
time, has Just been duplicated by
yuinun uanaeras. The negro war
captain, than whom no Cuban of the
colored race, excepting only Macco,
perhaps, has won greater honors In
the struggle of independence, led, 12,
000 men from the eastern end of the
Island, where the patrljts inarms are
strongest, to the western end, where,
since maceo's ocatu tne uuoan cause
has not prospered so well. Those 12,-
000 men represented all branches of
ine uuoan army service. They pen
etrated into the provinces of Mantan
zas, Havana and Plnar del Rio,
strengthening the existing forces In
each of these provinces to such an ex
tent that the coming winter cam
paign there may be expected to be
even as disastrous for the Spanish as
in the times of the redoutable Maceo.
The news of the brilliant achieve
ment was brought to the Journal and
Advertiser by the mail from Havana
In an autograph letter from Bauderas
himself. In it he requests the publl
cation of the proclamation that he is
sued on taking charge of the depart
ment. Banderas says that the second
invasion of the west was made In
compliance with plans that were com
pleted by Maximo Gomez.the geueral-In-chlef
himself, in June last, and
that the march was effected with
little or no trouble or molestation
from the Spanish troops. The proc
lamation intimates that there have
been wholesale desertions from the
Spanish army in Havana province
into the Cuban service.
The rest of the proclamation Is di
rected "To the Men of My Race," and
is as follows,:
"It only remains for me to appeal
to the men of my race, to point out to
them that we owe the liberty of our
fatbean to the revolution of 18C8, and
it is my duty to present to them the
example of that noble figure, Major-
General Antonio Maceo, who
the field for the liberty
Denver, Aug. 31. Count
Penaloza, or Paris, Is spending a few
days in thecity upon mining business.
The count Is an American by birth, a
Spaniard by descent and a Frenchman
by adoption, no was born in San
Francisco In 1869, while his parents
were spending the winter In Califor
nia. In the course of an Interview
Count Penaloza said:
"As long as Spain has a man or a
penny In the trersury the Spanish gov
ernment will not consent to the inde
pendence of Cuba. A country whose
call for military funds was subscribed
four times over and which has sent
$200,000 soldiers to Cuba, is not In the
Impoverished condition so of tor de
scribed." Count Penaloza Is exiled from his
native country on account of the Car
list proclivities of his family.
Is osaentlal to W
health. Every nook 1 ffff
and corner of tbo fc I JJI
system is reached by the blood, and on
its quality tbo condition o f every organ de
pends. Good blood means strong nerves,
good digestion, robust health. Impure
hlood means scrofula, dyspepsia, rheuma
tism, catarrh or other diseases. The surest
way to have good blood is to take Hood's
Sarsaparilla. This medicine purifies, vi
talizes, and enriches the blood, and sends
the elements of health and strength to
every nerve, organ and tissue. It creates
a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep
and cures that tired feeling. Remember,
Is the best in fact the Oue True Blood Purifier,
u ji - cure Liver Ills j easy to
liOOd'S FlIlS take, easy to operate. 25c.
ITEMS OP lNTEftEtlT.
A uniform divorce law, modeled on
that of the District of Columbia Is
to bo proposed" for enactment In the
A naval officer Is makings Investi
gation of the various grades lof petro
leum produced In Pennsylvaia, with
a view to its use ror fuel for marine
engines in torpedo.
Clias. M. Shortrigc hits retired as ed
itor of Sprocket's S F, Call. Chiiisc
Spreckel's had, Intended making the
brilliant editor his son-in-law and
was starting him out with a gacat
building and newspaper But Miss
Sprockets gayo back to her father all
her property and married a plain ordi
nary business man namod Watson, at
San Jose lust because she loyod him.
Ob July .11, at live minutes before
noon Prince Llngl Savoy and two com
panions reached the top of Mt. St.
Elms, ic Alaska, the first successful
attempt. He Moated the Italan flag.
It took ncalry two months to make
the ascent of 18,100 feet, probably the
most daring in mountain climbing.
It has settled the fact It was never a
Snide Advertising From the Eu
gene Guard: Some time ago a can
vasser was here sol let I ng advertising
for a city directory of Eugene, Albany,
Corvallls and Salem, and throwing in
a bottle of ink. The directory has
arrived. It consists of a card 2x3 feet
with small advertisements of hun
dreds of forms. It Is useless and of no
A Good Days' Ron. Mr. D, H.
Looneyof Jefferson, threslndout 3050
bushels of wheat and oats one day last
week, 1850 of the amount was wheat.
The machine was a new Advance
Low Excursion Rates.
The Southern Pacific will make a
one fare rate from all points on their
lines in Oregon to the Oregon state
fair which opens Septembes 30 and
October 8. A big harvest and a big
fair. A clean, vigorlous, dellghlfyl
and comprehensive exposition of
everything pertaining to the farm
and larmer. Good races and amuse
ments of all kinds. Special attrac
tion every day.
With the present cop prospects and
the extremely low railroad of one fajc
for the round trip, the people of Ore
gon can afford to patronize a state fair
that benefit all classes. Popular ad
mission of 25 cents.
I'otttand, Aug 31 Wheat valley, 82c:
Walla Walla, 85c
Flour Portland, 4 40 Sjpeifine, 2 50 per
Oats White, 34c; grey, J53.
Potatoes. .New 350400 per sack
I lay Good, Ky12.50 per ton.
Hops loan Jc.
Wool. .Valley, 14(0)150; Eastern Oregon
Millstufls..Bran, I4.oo;shorts 15.50.
Poultry- Chickens, mixed 3-5.(S3.75
broilers, i.jo3oo turkeys, live 11c
Eggs.. Oregon, 12 per doz.
Hides., green, taitcjl 60 lbs 7c; under
60 lbs 6c; sheep pelts, 1 0(0)700
auow 2jf c(3c.
Wheat Bags Calcuttaj.25 per 100
Beans, small white, lJ4lJic.ltma 33
Hogs Heavy, 4.50
Uutter. .Uest rlairy, 25(30; fancy creamer
35340c per roll.
Dried Fruit Apples, evaporated, bleached
67o; unbleached 3c4c; sundried
Veal small33jic per lo.
Mutton - Weathers 20.2V,; dressed mut
ton,4 spring lambs 5 JJ c per lb.
Beef-Steers 3,; cows 2.25,
Cured Meats .Hams iojcio'c bacon 7
Lard dn palls, 7Ji'c.
Hay.. Baled, cheat, $8.
Flour. .In wholesale lots, 4.25; mail
4.60; bran, bulk I2i3shorta,i5.5oi7.75;
chop feed, 15.ec16.00.
Poultry Chicken,5 spring 8.
Veal ..Dressed, $.
Hogs.. Dressed, 4.50,
Live Cattle.. 22.
Sheep.. Live, 1.50.
Spring lambs, Si. on
Wool. .Best. 12c.
Hops.. Best, 0 a loc
Kggs. 11 in trade.
Farm Smoked Meats liacr.n, 71 ; turns
10c; shoulders, 5J.C.
Potato 25c trade.
Dried Fnn'w Apples, evapoiated bleached.
70 oc: unDieacnea 4C(aJ5c.
Butter, Dairy 150200 creamery 22
n .. ' t m. . '
Can be attended for one fare for tne
round trip from any point on the lines
of ttie Soutliert Pacific in Oregon.
The fair opens on Septcmber-30, and
closes October 8. Nine days. Every
day will be the best. Jfreterna order
day, October 2, Orecon press day,
October 4, pioneer and barbecue day,
October 6, Salam doy, October 0,
bchool day, October 7, free for all races,
last day, October 8. School day,
October 7, children under 12 years of
anc free. School children over 12
years of aire, ten cents.
After harvest you will want a rest,
so come to the state fair and enjoy
yourself. One fare for roun trip.
Fopnlar admission of 25 cents.
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD " C ASTORIA," AND
" PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR. TRADE MARK.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
that has borne end does now rtf sfffs on eKflr
bear the facsimile signature of Cfr&7UCA wrapper.
This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA" which has been
used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at iho wrapper and ceo that it is
the kind you have always bought, rjrt .--- on the
and has the signature of Ctjfjr wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of whioh Chas. H. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. Q&i&&t'P'
TMI INTua WflMNY, TT MURRAY TRltT KtWtORR CITT.
Cold Pacts for Advertisers.
"The Capital Journal' daily and weekly,
is credited- with the
corded any paper in Salem, in Marion
county, or in the First congressional district.
Printer's Ink, July 28, '97,
Salem, Oregon, Feb, 25, 1897,
B, F, Bonham, P, M Salem, Or.j
Dear Sirirv Will you please to advise us if the weights of
mails now received from the Daily Journal are fully 75 per
cent more than a year ago at this time, As we have not in
creased the size of the Daily Journal during the past year, wc
wish to estimate the comparative increase in circulation by the
increase weight mailed,
Yours very truly, HOFER BROS., Editors
Editors Daily Journal t
Dear Sirs s-vThe weights of mails now received from the
Daily Journal arc fully 75 per cent more than a year ago this
By J. A, Sellwood, Asst. P. M.
Hofer Bros., Publishers CapitalTournal t
Indicate by cross "JT
. . . Enclosed find25c for Daily Journal one month.
..Enclosed And 50c for Daily Journal two rronlhs.
...Enclosed find $1 for Daily Journal four months.
... Enclosed find $3 for Dally Journal for one year,
...Enclosed find $1 for Weekly Journal one year.
gyFill out rder for what you want, encloso silver crin cr postal note, and paper will
ke sent for the time ordered. Sample copies free and liberal cash commission to agents.
guaranteed to cure all nervous diseases, sueh a Weak Memory, Lo of
rain Power, Headache, Wokeluluesi, Lost Manhood, Nightly Urals
Ions, Nervousness, all drains, loss of power la Generative Organs of
either sex, caused by over exertion, youthful errors, ex-eslve use of
tobacco, opium or stimulants, which lead to Infirmity, Comumptlon or
J.niy,o.Can,bearrle5 ,,l,.v5,tr??ket' 'operbox,6frr fc, by mall
prepaid. Circular Free. Bold by all druggists. ifc for It; Like no other
Manufactured by the Peau Medicine Co., Paris, Prance. I.aue-Davit)
UruzCo.,dlstrlbutlngageutj. Third and Yamhill BU., Po Hand, Or.
Forsalo by D. J, FRYi Salem.
Only three trains
in the world
worihy of comparison with
the Burlington's St. Paul-Chi.
cago Limited," One in Eu
rope. Two east of Chicago.
So beautiful, o luxurious,
so coitly a trsfn has never be
fore been at the disposal
of the traveling public of Ihe
Electric lighted. Steam
heated. Wide veslituled
Compartment sleepers, diner,
uuuci (limiting car.
No Extra Fares
Leaves St. Paul 8.0; n. m.
daily. after arrival of No.
Pacific, Great Nor., and Soo
Pacific trains from the west.
Tickets at offices or all con.
A O. SHELDON,, G. A.,
' T?rortland, Or.
largest circulation acv
B, F, BONHAM, Postmaster.
Ily imlBar Dr. PentTit
HUvl JlLU This wontlplful rm.
ifiiow nerve a'liltf.
Eastern R. R. Company
tVAQUlNA 11AV ROUTE.
Connecting at Yark'lna Day with the iJsn
Francisco & Vaqulna JJay Steamship Co.
y """ """ luiu. trajr o uayi jor out
Jrancisco, Coos JJay, I'ott Orford, Trinidad
and Ilambolt Hay,
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.
Shortest route between the Willamette valley
Fare from Albany or points west to Ban
Franeiscoi Cabin, o; steerage, 5;toCoor
Bay and Port Orford, cabin JO; to Ilumbold.
Bay, cabin f8; round trip, good 60 days, lj6l
Steamer ''Albany" between Portland and
Corvallls, through without lay-over. Leaves
Salem 10:45 a, m. Tuesdays, Tnursdsys and
Satuidays leaves Portland, Yamhill street
dock, 600 a. ra. Sundays.? Wednesdays! and
EDWIN BTOM Usnager. Ccrvallls, Or il
J. C. MAVO, ti.,. River Division. '" "
f() THE EAST GlVEiif THE CHOICk
Via Spokane Minneapolis st Paul and lien
ver Omaha anJ Kansas City. ix- ratis tc
For full details call onjor address
BOISE & BARKFR
agents, Salem, Oregon,
Portland San Francisco.
Steamers leave Ainsworth dock Tertian
July 26, 31. August 5, io, 15, 20. 25, 30.
rate auin, $5; steerage, 13.50
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
I-ORTLAND SALEM ROUTE-Btsamer
Ruth for Portland, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday at 715 a. m Steamer Gypsy
leaves Monday. Wednesday and Friday kat 7
a m. Returning leaves Ash street dock,
Portland, daily except Sunday, at 6 a. m.
Passeneers riven transfers to electric line
at Oregon City if dosirid, mallng it posible
to reach Portland at I p. m.
Round trip tickets to all points
In Orecon. Washlneion. California or the
East. Connections mado at Portland will
all rail, ocean and river lines, Call on G. M
Powers agent, foot Trade street.
" A. L. MUULtK,
Vice-Pres. and Manager.
W. H. HURLBURT.
Gen'l Pas. Agt. Portland, Or
For full detahs call on or address
6. M. POWERS.
Foot of Trade st. Local Agent,
EAST AND SOUTH
Southern Pacific Co
KXFRKSS TRA1KS RUN DAILY.
6:00 p Ml Lv ..;l'oitland. . .Ar 19:30 am
8:30 r m Lv. . , . Satem ... Lv i 7: 10 a m
7 .'4 5 AM) Ar. San Francisco Lv I U.'oo r M
Above trains stun at all urincipal stationr
bet, Portland and Salem, Turner Marion
Jeflerson, Albany. Tangent, Shodds, Halsey,
Harrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Creswell
Cottage Grove, Drain, Oakland, and all sta
tions from Roseburg to Athland, inclusive.
ROShBURO MAIL, , DAILY.
830 a mi Lv ...Portland ,,Ar
1100 A m Lv....8alem.... Lv
' i 2 OO.T M
' (7.'3QA M
520 PM) Ar... .Roseburg.. Lv
Pullman buffet sleeper and second-cUss
sleeping cars attached to all through tral ns
WEST SIDE DIVISION.
J1KTWEKN PORTLAND AND CoRVALLIS
Mail tiains daily except Sunday.
730 a M
1215 p M
Lv.... Port land.. Arl ((OPU
Ar,...Corvallis...Lvf 105 PM
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of the O. C & E. Ry.
KX1'RES3 TRAIN DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
.50 P M I
.30 T M
. Portland . . . Ar
825 a M
5. '5 A M
Direct connections at San Francisco with
Occidental aud Oriental and Pacific mail
steamship lines for JAPAN AND CHINA.
Sailing dates on application
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and ;
curope. Also jai'ajn, vauNA, 11UINU
LULU and AUSTRALLIA, can be obtained
from W. W. SKINNER, Ticket Agent,
R. KOEIILER, Manager.
C. II. MARKIIAM, G. F. &P. A. Portland.
Pullman Sleeping Cars
Elegant Dinln Cars
.Tourist Sleeoin Car
To St. Faul, Minneapolis, Dulnth, jt'atgi
'irand Forks, Crookston, Winnipeg,
Helena and Butte,
To Chicago, Washington, Philadelphia, N
York. Boston, and all Points
East and South
For information, time cards, niaos and
tickets, call on or vrite
THOMAS, WATT & CO,
265 j Commercial trreet, Salem, Ut
A. D. Charlton, Asst. Gen'l.
Morrison street corner Third
MADE ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUBE
A. Li. JV.t-rou. JtUtatu Vailing Mem-
br A bow aid olW JCseoww end Indl.
cntltuu, Tlxtv quickly ami urvv
nun jumi viuutr in 014 or young, ana
lit tnu tot tuilr.baalnau or murlin.
'&' l'l"")' insanity and Oon.amnloa it
In time. Their me thowi immediate linoran.
ment ana f HeoU o OOKH wbars all other JuiL In
fill nron baring th goaalre AJax Tablet. The.
bare cured Ihoound end will our sou. W (hi
For sale at Salem, Or- bv D. J, FRY,
Wi u as- -'"enoie,
cjjerict. or nr Inflimma.
.Iun, Irritation or ulcerv
viuu 01 mucous mem
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You must undoubtedly
keep up a good cir cux
culatioiL It is the
mainspring of life.
.Among the masses is
phenomenal, and ev
eryonc who is capable
of judging declares that
Ts oerfcerlv KtalrH
and capable of bring
ing the very largest re
turns to those wide
awake people who pat
ronize its columns,
Is the homes of the
people. The people
read it The pe pie
support it The peo
pie defend it, and it
defends the people.
unless you reach them
with your advertising,
Space in the Evening
Journal is the only
means or doing that
covers not only Satem
but is general all over
the state. Every trial
made will conviace