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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 April 1894

n M rHE I O'T DAILY ; ADVERTISEKg Th;jjunuil h a XArgw 01. culatlon la Salctu and Hrte Oonnty than anjHSalem nettigm per. Bee ourHsti7HOFKK BKOff l'ublUhers. JOURNAL. - . s i j AJr 1 X AJL SB Cts a TAOTXto. uy -. r?, Papers sent -wtin iTtme io out. $,j.OU n 1 car.. VOL. 7. DAILY .EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, SATD1KDAX, APRIL 8, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 98. 4 "Nothing Kits as His Skiin," Next to that is RASFIELD'S See Samples in the Window. All rew Spring Novelties.- Prices Low. ishing Tackle! :-: New lino just received. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane polea 5o eacb. Elegant new lino of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to sbow goods. Brooks & Salisbury. :-: DO YOU rhe importance of saving a few . U --;. well, we can save thein ledroom Or in fact Furniture i. Buren & Son., u . NOW l-PBIITO I Plants. fective Tall ntirl aoo fkm H IT TT"R sew muvi kJVSVS UlWS.a-e .fc. . -w (J RUBINSTEIN, I $16 SP RING SUITS made ag ana repairi...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 April 1894

V V. tf f rm J IL JMJIIIL xwmm8 ski&jSas&zaoxBAW I Caffcl JmkmS rWii Cewptny .yVlM ll.flTtol BtfWC IT IS TIME TO GET WEL&r . sajfc- mfEK MOTHERS, Edttsrx. LxJjr. br amies'. er mar, JoT aaaa; -a":rsw.. srmsuy, jfw,prjxi. J-i-V-jM SCeSESTED . LX COMIEXT. All? Nature Takes a New Start-New Sap Runs in the$I-reesanclNew Blood Courses Through the Veins In thpQpgTakefPainels Celery Compound, the One Remedy hatCunes,-, There tsxm to be no ilra. Coxeys. - Olilo haa produced "faberman, Kinky and Coxey. , Mo- c&tue Gentlcnen, Pafrer 2fie ; CJoxeyIsm:ortclbe 'tuux. The salvation army la lost dgUt ,o la the presence cf tne starvation annyt Tnl ft about. lfegfk&Hnait rnnnlm thla country upon NvJntf, theory and persona! politic? Tbe drcnla ioa of Tue Jods.val i nearly equal to any other two ntwt pipers la Marion county. Tbe tanners should ' 'Governqi Pesnoyer why he did uot vtl'o tbete- peal of the 'mortgage tax. Jaw. ' ' ' Gararaor PecBoyer bHncb"eflJHarvej jgo.. Senator Dolpb...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 April 1894

,, COUNTY COURT PROCEEDINGS. He it remembered that at a regular term ' the county court of the state nf Oregon, for the county of Marlon, i.eeun nnd held at the court house in the city of Salem, In said county nd state, on Wednesday, April 4, 1894, the same being the time fixed by law for the holding of a regular tprm ol said court, when were present Hon. V C. Hubbard, county Judge, J. M: Watson, county commissioner, J. V. Anderson, county commissioner. Wm H Egan, county clerk,- John Knight, county sheriff, the following proceed ings were had tewlt: In the mailer or. me petiuun ui y Hegenauer et al for a county road 4l feet wide from the northeast cornel of A. Stanton D. L,. C. to the southwest mmer of lond claim of Isaac Kays intersecting county road (Salem anc Sllverton) near John . Savage claim. On this day the report of the viewer appalnted at the March term for the purpose of viewing nnd' assessing th damages claimed by James Gow, Ze llnski et al, should said road bo es tablish...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 April 1894

wn$ w if .gywwfBP - ,- VJ" SPECLiLCLOSINGOOTSiL -OP- LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR -OS"- Thursday and Friday, , April 26th and 27th. In order to make more room for oar miDuierj stock -we -will make a GRAND SACRIFICE SALE! Of Ladies' Merlin Underwear. Prices cut half in two. This ,fc, . will be the one chance in a life- . ' time for the ladies or Salem to purchase these garments at less than the price of the material; ' We vrill make sacrifice prices. It rests with you to call and be . . convinced- MRS. S. C. REED'S. Keller - 5 - Sods -bave- ' Their spring stock of Wall Paper in. -we- Are aow reedy to fill all orders. P. I. MTOIEEIiIi & CO., insurance. XOLMAN BLOCK. SALES. Or. dw OjL Toa Walt and the SaleaPcwt- offlee. There was more than a Wry tale In the personal Item In Friday' Jocbsai. to the effect that Col. Tom Walt, of oaiem, bad an Inside position In the Baiem postoOlee flsbL Thn f am. mlti !ar pontics! history connected with the Willamette. A Bjt.nr Steamer Geo. 8. Skin ner, ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 April 1894

'tux;? - - Wr ' I THE X C'T DAIIiY D6 Ots a Month by X all Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent when Time Is Out. $.1.00 a Year.- ADVERTISJBBS Th Journal ba a Xr r OtrJ ouiauon la Salem and Mmti County than any Balom Bw per. Boo oar Uats. HOFXK BMMK 1'ubUuiera. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OBEGON, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1894. DAILY EDITION.' NO. 99 1 j Ajl 1 1 Ajj JOURNAL I The NewYork Racket Is receiving goods of different kinds, almost daily and keep up a good line of Laces, Lace Curtains, Embroid eries, Ribbons, Windsor Ties, Teck Ties, Veiling, Threads, fancy Hairpins, Pocket Knives, A.prons, Towels, Table Damask, Table Oilcloth, Curtains, La dies' and Gents' Summer Vests, Gents' Pants, Negli gee and Whit& Shirts. HATS (I They Expect to- Win Within 48 Hours. Of excellent quality; cheap Underwear of all kinds, and our line of THE BROWN SHOE CO Shoes of ST. LOUIS, Can't be surpassed for quality and the prices are 15 to 25 per cent, below the ordinary. Call and save money on all lines...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 April 1894

set. ? W i& Mr m mm mts&. 'j-xxcxtrt tsassATC j . M . S. I is tsj-wcm iSry tiayf tfciij&egsawsaBist erw . kris So tfeyt&t&MML TosrficaosfcajS- . . mZL i"'mni I'm w iirTifMnrir'fr . . . . .. S m4 && r""0"" ;; f T" " "--"- wi-- -- - -. bvmid. wer oaw jfffXXtseTKcxs, - ESSsrx, 6C Efi. 'JfJMrterrV 3&M-. i- .. BIT TM1 flr..J. T rZ-Z-Z- W,wjy. )Mg-E-r7-" i?r $ f PAT8&ll-5- w B9T- cusAe. axrever. 4 to s tfea t7 perr&&l trfu rsr xw7 are w-- BEFtTBLIOA2 TIGKET. STATrTKXET. - , rrn-7 CSs E. Z.KJeaae.I Ieamyv : y- seats' r 2S 3eSa eC esxssen :?. - -a - we- a , eF "fjtm. Tar jgrramt ,Ixc-C E. . w" . .. "w ., I iswnTnTrnnfnftriiiiiiiiiii FBBroiiiRff'Bairaitt T . - . - -- - -r L'JSCv iVSV. -Sr- .j - " - & .VtBTCnM. . -t.. " . S-.0.1 jni Z&iH, 1&- ? iri&T am,r?.?T hua!. wti&er f5Qte(Ua5W3efeS'3i eeat ItiT JtSM.Gaaasc; at. Jffl.tf XM to . w - . yr BG&aiUKEt&teApC g tfte s&trsesaa JafcrWsSSSf-- 2..&CRdE- TMlttf S - ja .r...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 April 1894

- -vwwuwrwtwr'T ' K.TtfiT7n' 7? -SAP"' "ST rjwjUTK T? .-?' ; w 5 mearnraj on the grouud that it will in-cn-iwcMvuRPs U one of tho most stupend ous frauds c or 'iinpn. ed upon human credulity. Tlifirri'iit tariff barons, who pursnrtdo the laboring classes of the country to join thrm in BCcurjUKjiroteo tion, on tho giouiid that it will better their condition, areUiko tha liouJn tho fable who induced the leopard, tho lynx and tho wolf to join him in a hunting excursion, and who after a fine deer had been cnptuiod awarded Ihe whole prize to himself by virtue of hisprerogal Ivo. The only protectivo measure that is just and that should receive the sanc tion of the American people is one that will protect tho American laborer from the competition of tho heathen Chinese and from tho pauper and criminal classes of all other countries. This pro tection is afforded neither by the Mc Kinley law nor any other tariff law. They are framed to protect the rich and not the poor. The protection of Ame...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 April 1894

J!"" "0 '' ' (Miyiyap HAL CM -OF- LADIES' MUSL!NUNDERWEAtf Thursday and Friday, REPUBLICAXS ORGANIZED. Dales fr Ike Mari.i Ctflifjr Cairags Arranged. W iv April 26th and 27th. In order to make more room for our millinery stock we will make a i irfF" - i GRAND SACRIFICE SALE! Of Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Prices cut half in two. This will be the one chance in a life time for the ladies 01 Salem to purchase these garments at less than the price of the material. l , We will make sacrifice prices. It rests with you to call and be convinced. MRS. S. C. REED'S. PROIECIIOXISIS, DP AND AT IHESL XwUbrs All Oter the County and Able Speakers. UTTLX LOCALS. The advertlsinr flimflammsr ia abroad ia the city E.JS. McKluney went to Tarser this morning oo bod- hm CfomiAv nd ahowerV .000 Gn&Kted Taxation. Editor JexmSAt: Swltrerlanei, it is eaid.bas few paupers and few mllllon- alrer. The rcawn for Ihte is thai sbe baa the roost rational tax laws la the lri.: Tun are Ended according to Quay ajsu ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 May 1894

run X 0 T DAILY Bfi Cta a Month by Mall Prepaid in Advance No Papers sent -whn Time la Out $3.00 a Year. . ADVERTISERS The Journal hug a Larger CIr. culatlon la Balern aad Mrkm County than any Salem aawtp per. Bee our lists. HOFKK BROfl Publisher. vJ jjlJT 1 X xjlJlJ VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. BALBM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 100 JOURNAL. "Nothing Kits a Man so Well as His Skiin," Next , ,to th.at is BRASFiELD'S TAILOR MADE CLOTHING! See Samples in the Window. New'Spring Novelcies. Fishing Tackle! :-: New lino just received. 20 gross of celebrubted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. 'Cane poles 5o each, new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble goods. Brooks :-: DO YOU FEEL :-: The importance of saving a few dollars when you can 1 -Very well, we can save them for you in the purchase of Bedroom Or in fact Furniture A. 'Buren & Son,, Fruits! Call and see them. I m.mUOTriM MERCHANT TAILOB. J. RUBINSTEIN, Suits Made to Order. $16 SP B...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 May 1894

- - Iv TIE CAfim JOML. r-UBUflHKD'DAJLY, KXCKIT HUND AY, BTTXX Capital Jdttaral PObliSfiing Company Plooe B'eek. Commercial Street. HOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. luilfi by cairJer, per month,, IXUlr, by snail, per year, WeeMr, . per y tar, JOS ,&X lA PEXXQYER AND THE POOR. Governor Pennoyer's great amiable political heart Is bubbljnjr over witl pity aud sympathy for the poor, the hamrry sad tbe. starving. There h not n partfcie of fehjeciWto this. Oui public men ought to 'feel deeply the woes of the poor. But It would sound better if it ff known that' bis great heart not bis political heart, his vote-catching hearl, opened Its doors readily to the ciies o the poor and t ho "needy. What is the expeii nee of people wbr go to him with a tubscriptiou papet ? It is a well understood fact that bit name Is oftenest at the bottom of the list, if he gives at all. We all recall the experience of the Bantlam settler, who went to him last winter with tb truthful story of the Oregon Pacific'...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 May 1894

f'm1v JfiilSp$5 PUMPING COAL TO MARKET, Tho Scheme Embodies I. l'lan Tor Handling Co.il In tho I'oriii of !" A leailniK engineering journal makes out a good case for tho schemo of pmnp Inircoal to unirkel and favors the idea that it will be adopted for -practical working. The system embodies the re duction of all coal at tho mines to the form of impalpable dust at a cost of 8 to C cents per ton; the separation from the coal by one of the present washing processes of all free sulphur, pyrites, elate, etc., at the cost of another 5 cents per ton; the mixture of the coal powder with about its own weight of water, thus converting it into a sort of black milk, and the pumping of it in that state to any desired market, as oil now is pumped. When tho mixture has arrived thns far, it is deprived of most of its water in great settling basins, but as much as 8 to 10 per cent of tho fluid is left in the mixture, which in that state is pumped short distances only to points of con sumption, wher...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 May 1894

& b to. m m fri Keller & - Sods bare TJtr spring stock of Wall Paper In. Are now ready to fill all orders. J. Ii. 3ITCHELI, & CO., Insurance. HdLiTAN BLOCK. BALE3I. Or. dw LITTLE LOCALS. Cool ofgb land beautiful day. Re member tbe Booth Balem McKinle.) rally at the old ecboo! house this Tues d.y evening. A. AL Bartleit wa remanded to jail after bearing for In sanity. The following named pa tienta were committed Sunday anc Menday: Alice Anodes, aged 28; Ben jamin Anderson, aged IS; L McHugb aged 61; AIuUDomsb county; Malindi E.BHyea, agtd 41, Diuglas count Lucy Oden, aged 15. Jackson county Born, at ibe reside'ioe ou Cottage street, sear Ferry, Saturday, April 2S 18JW, to Mr. and Mw, P. 8. French, i son. Abo on Sunday, April 29, 1S91.? the borne on Front street, to Mr. am Mrs. E. L. Lemon, a ton. W. A White, was a Salem visitor today. .Tbos. Sima Is iu Albany on buJ- aeee Jobn Holman went to AI- baay this morning.- Revs. J. B. Jioork and J. M. Shulse, are in JefTei sob to...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 May 1894

"'HiMIVCHJJlIf wott, sipF i-..y, AJDVERTISEKS Tha Journal has a Larger Cir culation la Salem aad Uattem County than any Salem Bewcpa per. Bee our lists. UOFKK BROS 1'ubUshers. THE X O'T DAILY Time 19 Out $3.00 a Year. JOURNAL. iu A.X 1 x A.Jj ? SALEM, OREGON, WEIXNESDAY, MAY 2, lb94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 101 VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. Vtt IMM'1 tWlllWl TheNewYorkRacket Is receiving goods of different kinds, almost daily and keep up a good line of Laces, Lace Curtains, Embroid eries, Kibbons, Windsor Ties, Teck Ties, Veiling, Threads, fancy Hairpins, Pocket Knives, Aprons, Towels, Table Damask, Table Oilcloth, Curtains, La dies' and Gents' Summer Vests, Gents' Pants, Negli gee and White Shirts. HATS! Of excellent quality; cheap Underwear of all kinds, andourline.of THE BROWN SHOE CO Shoes of ST. LOUIS. Can't be surpassed for quality and the prices are 15 to 25 per cent, below the ordinary. Call and save money on all lines. E. T. BARNES, Fishing Tackle! :-: .New lino-Just received. 20 gross...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 May 1894

'""fflTS"' growing tt to Urgetr Uereaed in I large InyestsK'sU Is tbe pSastaSJoo KEPUBXtlCAX TICKIEX.' reeBtTestrs-tb Pacific slope, fa tbe ttUtrntoCOrefsa and Wsb!sxtoo. la Eagbcd a foil crop cannot be jfxleed UDtil (be fourth year after Tbe SzsedsritT .OfBsswT SxnajiSi it das lotfce STATE TXXET. tsuKsisarEaSJ toSs wk and jesessaa m sboS in "its preparation. fltSrosacr-TJUrtt( Zoncnsslr. 'Tryeyi toSJe aad jxa will be CWD- jfoetfsrtbeeaUJrsgt. Tbe fin year to hie. aad raay irarrire tot was rr3- . FS9,eT r sasc-a. x. Kamac. r Tanrfr 3 ssgentcxy. It panSes. tiwWTtedffllbennety,UJoJljckc8xko4 1f owwwot w Tr?1 , lLTT3 v sn of be3tb, , ' " i-iw nin --- j - ,..us"cr tinMBAS tWwt mrm&twin' ... &S. fodastry alooe tin waald te totaBy' lost were tbe baiioea aiuodsBsai. It Sal liaeaaaraajria lbeiasidttt& SgsJirgj 1' CHICAGO LiDl HEiRIETTE yy tM wwiwjfcMja U)eiW9-irxefeuejTa2isLBeeecii3eiraaHUezsa. Gass .boost. M u beeauUislKC, hat wusoutpoung, J .roans JI asi iavvs& were wSse.1...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 May 1894

i A T A WTTTTTi STTCHfrPrTTC tho triumphant testier broke the dark AJN A''1' UIJ OJ.JUUriXliJ2j ncs3 ith tho cry, "Thanks bo unto i REV. DR. TALMAGE r-ntrtonuo urun LIFE'S SPIRITUAL CONFLICTS. The rlcrce Comunt With on Unknown Vis itor That Last Until Daybreak When Wntes of Troublo Almost Overwhelm. Tlio Cry to God of a Djing Soul. Brooklyn, April 39. Tho Tabernacle iras crowded this morning with tho usu- -1 tlifmif? nf pnrrnr liRfciMinra Tlr fnt. mago preached on tho spiritual conflicts of life, taking lor MB toxtuenesisxxxu, 24-20: "And Jacob was left alono, and there wrestled a man with him until tho breaking of tho day. And when ho saw that ho provailcd not against him ho touched tho hollow of his thigh, and tho hollow of Jacob's thigh was out of joint as ho wrestled with him. And ho said, Let mo go, for tho day breaketh. And ho said, I will not let thco go ex cept thou bless ma "" Tho dust nroso from n travoling herd of cattlo and sheep and goats and cam els. Thoy nro tho prese...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 May 1894

oiL MM- H f;,i. 5- t 14,' S Jr' lV- Keller - 5 Sods TMr spring stock of Wall Paper In. -we- Are now ready to All all orders. J. L. MITCIIELIi & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. 8ALEM. Or. dw LITTLE LOCALS. "VVm.Dumare Is slightly 111.. C.T. Campbell and J. H. Campbell, jr., left last evening for Lincoln, Neb. Slight frost last night but no damage done. MlssLIda Cranstan, of VVil- Jard, is visitiug her brother Charles in Portland. The regular rnontblj meeting of the board of managers ol tbo orphans' home will bo held at tin residence of Mrs. Z. F. Moody at 2 p m. Wednesday. L. 3. Winter's ex press team ran away last evening am one of the horses got as far as Kaiser' bottom before ic was stopped. Di Molay commandcry meets tonight in special work. The Junior Eudeavoi of the Congregational church will hert after he held on Friday at 4 p. m. com mencing next Friday.. Mr. and Mr. C. P. Cannon celebrated their 40tb wedding anniversary today..... Th Cairns meetings at the Baptist churcl ar...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 May 1894

J. 1 THE I O'T DAILY E5 Ota a Month by fefail prepaid In. Advanoo No Popera sent whn Time la Out. $3.00 a Year. CAPITAL ?!f JOURNAL. ADVEItTISEKS Tho Journal bai a larger Cir culation In Salam and Maria County than an Salem sevqi per. Bee our Hit. ItOFKR BH04 Publishers. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, 2SLAY 3, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 103 "Nothing Fits a Man so Well as His Skin," Next ,. to that is B RASFELD'S TAILOR MADE CLOTHING! KELLY'S MEN ARE STARVING Iowa's Governor Manfully the Emergency. Meets THE OHIO STRIKERS SCATTERED. Pennsylvania Miners Hope lo De claro tho Strike Off. take his men to to steal a train. Washington if ho had See Samples in the Window. New Spring Novelcies. All . Prices Low. 'i Fishing Tackle! New line Just received. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 5o each. Elegant new lino of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to show Brooks & Salisbury. :-: DO YOU FEEL :-: The importance ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 May 1894

m & HE UROL JOIUML remammm daily, kxcew bokday, fryiUl Jeurnal Publishing Company VMdotSoe B'-oek- OonMcerclal Jttrtot. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. iMlly, by carrier, per mooUv Jfiifl Haitr.kr mail, per jear, .XJCC weur,s p, per rer LA. TflE 0BIG1X OP LAWLESSNESS. The origin or lawlessness Is la lbe family In tbe tralnfug of children, and among children in ore especially Id the train I dc of boy. A boy who ban been bred at borne to believe tbat laws are not made for him is sent to the public schools, Where hr arrogates to himself the right to do a be pleases, not because he fa naturally a fool and a rufDan, bat hecaute be ha been bred Jo the belief tbat be 1b a privileged character; that the ruffian im of which it pleases him to be guilty Is something to be laughed at as a pleading Jest, or at moat, winked at on the pretext tbat all boys must do so. Sucb a boy at aehool writers obseocue word on the walls to .attract the at tention of the tiirlf, or if be pleases hi throws a rock ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 May 1894

j"KK3BQch kiaar.-toir. .-t ffff. ,aaMMRwsiqKer.vf.-j, IHVINu CM IftUlVlfJlMLlTY. Enltnnce of tho Actor's Address He for the. If irrard Stnilpnti. Thcro is usually, If liotnh.ay, agen-er-tl cs well rw a qiccinl truth or oscol Icuco iu every great nud spontaueoiu ef f rt, rind the i ,nlt wlucu sprang frmn tiio power "'id r-jj r -f Daniel Web BtvV or IV.uiCb. ui'...j or ALrahnm Liu c n is tJ bo vyou by others in greater or ks3 fk'j r-e Lr similar meauJt. En', i i nt rl '-s i. lonio in mja i.u. iiii.tly In i-. tato 11 not to apt, y a ki. ilar method. If auy ouo of you hm .i J great tho-irjhts or burning passion, you ' will need lo copy uo btylo or to linuc jotirself to no method. Your thought ; will find their way to tho hearta of oth ers as surely as tho uplaud waters diuvd their way to tho sea. In fine, tho irrav- est of all tho lessous that art can teach is this: That truth is suproino and eter nal. No phaso of art can achieve much on a false basis. Sincerity, which is the very touch...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 May 1894

r o :"i" I.' Ifc IP i, Mvfs . 3D. MITOIIEIili & CO., Insurance, HOLM AN BLOCK. HALEM. Or. d LITTLE LOCALS. O. Van Patton went to 8tay ton lodaj a baatnesw Blight front In apolc test night, but no damage done J. E. Eaathani baa moved bacir. to Blem, bis Bchool at Turner bavlhf been dismissed J.J. Hubert wenl to Detroit this morning, where bo is temporarily located. Wm. Ander son was a passenger for Portland on the afternoon tralu. Contractor Hazell ia pushing the Presbyterian church work right along these fin days. O. G. Bohellbenr, of Mebama, is spending a fevsr days in the city. ThJCommittteo of one hundred wen to hold a meeting at tho council cham ber this afternoon H. C. Epplej returned today from Linn county.. J. W. Jory went dowu to 8t. Panl till afternoon, to bold a Populist meeting. Mr. H. W. Hatch went to Brooks th afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wu B own went to Portland this afte. soon, to hear the great play. Mi. A N.Moorea is en route home from at extended visit in Californi...

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