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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 May 1894

I THE I O'T DAILY 26 Ots a Month by Mail Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent when Time Is -" $:$.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS TheMournM tins a larger Cir culation In Saleni anil Marlon Count than any Salem newspa per. See our lists. IIOFKK DltOg Publishers. JOURNAL. i J A..L 1 X jLJlJlJ SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1G, 1894. DAILY EDITIOJST. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. NO. 114 "Nothing Kits a Man so Well as His Skin," Next to that is BRASRELD'S TAILOR MADE CLOTHING! See Samples in the Window. All New Spring Novelcies. Prices Low. Fishing Tackle! :-: .New lino Just received. 20 gross of eelebrubted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from Englaud. Cane poles 6c each. Elegant new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to show goods. Brooks & Salisbury. :-: 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 edroom Or in fact Furniture A. Buren & Son,, Fruits Call and see them. J. RUBINSTEIN, $16 SP RIN...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 May 1894

whose heart was Urge enouKb to com prehend every ponloo, every section, every occupation, every Industry throughout the land, and whose far sighted vfjloa comprehended ita growth and extension and Ita magnifi cent future, styled the policy of which he was in bin time the foremost cham pion and to which hia life was given, the American policy. Whenever thr p-eseut administration does an act identified with a measure either in diplomacy or legislation, it Is in the Intereat of the foreigner and against itc own people. This bill should be styled the un-American bill. It is un-Amer lean In priuciple, un-American in gen eral, un-American iu detail, un-American in purpose, and un American In eflect. There la not a scrap or drop of good hearted Americanism in it. The ar gument that uuder any detail, an schedule.any sectiou.orany paragraph thousand of American industries an to be stricken down, thousands of American workmen are to be throwt out of employment, or that thousand' of American h...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 May 1894

A CHEERFUL CHUBCH REV DR. TALMAGE INTERPRETS A PAS SAGE FROM SOLOMON'S SONG. Tim World' !rcat I'rcaclu-r Kxiilaln. the Klml of Church Ho Una Tried to Stake of the Tabonincle A Vew Earneat WuriM of l'nrewell A Sweet N'amr. Biiooklyn, May 13. Tho Tabernacle v.ms crowded to tho doors today when ftev. Dr. Talmugo took for tho subject if his forenoon seiinon a passage of r. riptnro which has been made tho sub j ct of mnch discussion and various in torpretation by n )dem theologians. Ilia thnine was, "A Cheerful Church," and the test was selected from Solomon's Honff iv, 1, "Behold, thou art fair, un love." ' "Higher criticism" says that this book of Solomon's song is a love scene, a for lorn maiden sighing for her beau. If so, it is an unclean and debauched ut terance inserted in tho pure word of God and is not fit for common readin". My opinion is that it is an inspired ode" setting forth tho feeling of Christ to ward tho church ami of the church to ward Chriht. Chris . is fie bridegroo...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 May 1894

THE CAPITAL JOCMAL PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT BUWDAY, r THE), Capital Journal Publishing Company Postofflca B'ocfc. OomtcereUI 8tret. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editori. ViUy,br cutler, per month,- IWIlr, br mail, per 7r, wreetlr. page. Pr rr 3jH3 WEDNESDAY, MAY 16. 1691. J. I,. 3IITCITELL & CO., Insurance, HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM. Or. dw LITTLE LOCALS. Cool weather continues favorable to fruit, grains and gras- Born, tc Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H.riaubert, business manager ol the Statesman, May 15th, t hod. The twelfth annual convention of theWumans' Christian Temperance Union of Oregon will take place In this city on the l&tb to 21-.t in tLe Method 1st church. The executive committee will hold its annual k-Iou Saturday afternoon aud evening, the 19th. The statesman has a new busi ness manager. Ask ji. Saubert nbout It and you will gel a cigar.. .. The political air begins to fairly bubble. Mr. and Mrs. John Vanderpool have bad the raiifortune to Io?e their infant eon, aged nearly four month. Fun...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 May 1894

; m THE X C'T DAILY 25 Cts a Month by Ik nil prepaid In Advance No Papers sent whn Tim is Out. $3.00 a Year. CAPITAL AJbVJfcilTiSEJJS Tho'Jouraal ho a Larger Clr dilation In Salem and Marlon County thnn any Salem newtpa per. Hco our Hats. IIOFEIt BROS rubllnhors. JOURNAL. 1 VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 115 Hw V "TilM" mi ii ROLLING IN! Several large invoices of Goods just received at The NewYork Racket STOMIS, SfRIKES, FLOODS. Iowa Coal Miners Joining the Great Strike. EARTHQUAKES ANNIHILATE CITIES. -And they are- ROLLING OUT Rapidly in the hands ot our satisfied customers. You can't afford to miss the bargains we are offering in all lines. E.T.BARNES, CASH BLOCK. Industrials Raiding Celestials and Stealing Trains. -:-UNION BARGAIN STORE-:- (D'ARCY BLOCK, NEAR COURT HOUSE ) Full Stock of Kitchen and Household Goods, Hosiery Un derwear, Glassware and Jewelry, &c. Five and Ten Cent Counters a Specialty. Upened tor business now. i...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 May 1894

tjd?"! 5 P TIE CAPITAL JOCBML VOBUSBED DAlLT, EXCEPT 80JDAY. irr Taxt Capital Journal Publishing Company PmtnSlae Block. OomtrwrcS! Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Edftoo. ' iiulf, t7 carter, per roontn. JMt IlUIJ.cr num. ptr joi Veexfr. PCS P"- Jr xa j THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1S01. SUGGESTED COMMEXT. The Indntrial armies are subsiding riansbfne baa solved tbe road prob lem. Pennoyer's hut veto U on bra bands. Indiana showed 'big Repnbllian SlD9. Vole for WaUon for county corn mis sioner. Lorenz En ten will make a first-clase coanty clerk- Butter and egg will notbeadru; Jn tbe market under Republican rule Sheriff Knigbt sbuld be re-elected He is obliging, honest and competent mm sussssssas Republicans, get out tbe vote. Tax payers, do not overlook economic re form. There Is no demand for labor o; products at any price. Give us a change. If yon want to give Oregon a black eye for ten years help Penuoyer earrj tbe state for I'opullt-rn. Why Is wool worth only half a much as a year ago, Mr. I'...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 May 1894

'V' MILITARY BRUTALITY. Xlie Toct IIcIbcI nnd nil Old Man Cut Down by Austrian lllllrcrg. In Gernmuy and Austria every week briuRS with it iustiriees of military bru tality toward civilians. Most of these instances are forgotten after the publica tion of a few indignant paragraphs in the Radical journals and a Radical or So cial Democratic interpellation in parlia ment. One that occurred at Riva, on La jo di Garda, two weeks ago. howivt r. was so lenmi-.tiblo for huch exceptional brutality that it has had more serious ( incipiences. Carl Heigel. the German poet, was sit ting with a friend at a table in tho great concert garden in Riva. His friend was C"i years old and somewhat decrepit. At the next table sat several officers of the imperial chaseurs, who are garrisoned at Riva Heigel's friend, who had been wearied by a rather long walk, fell asleep, and tho officers began to poke fun at lnui. They were so loud that they woke the old man up. When ho heard them cracking jokes at his e...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 May 1894

i''ftM-i.,m, i,--- THE CAPITiL J0ERS1L rvBuaHED vkiLr. except so.tdat. HTTHtl. Capital Journal Publishing Company j Po-ftofflc Block. pommtnthX eirm. "HoFER BROTHERS, - - - kfitsa. GOV. PEiS'SOYER AT UACLEAY. Declares the Last Legislature Was Xot Corrupt. itJtUTi toJ canter, per oaostfc. iMJlJfOT nii v j- WWUTi foia- JJt . tj, THE GfTBLVK IV HE KFSSYE situ ims isi moral. Gccs.c Ptsewver. nada la tpwckes ta 3erwe & freii ki C Ms tfce t akase Thx Jcsax. aad iu editor, vbo i a cas&ue Sec Uk ls HJar. He om& refate .i arseiets, r sy iu e&irgrs, ec asa-arer Rs erJOescw, H-sw h4 re-r: ta rWfele 'aad itee. The crttetscas f BOSWELL 0. HOSE TOKIOHT. bi Tie Opi5 D2oariration of the realin where Pennoyer baa gone. They will follow him if it were a flat to break their necks. When he takes nufl they sneeze, even though It be Republican snuff cast-oil Republican nuffatthat. It Is gratifying to know that they no longer snutl the air. Is not Pennoyer now on a gld ba'L.? I If all oar ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 May 1894

THE X C'T DAILY B5 Cts a Month by Mail Prupoi't in Advance No Papers sent whn Time Is Out. $;S.OO u Year. ADVERTISERS ThoJ.Tournal bag a Larger Cr culntloa in 8aloui and Uarlou County .limn tiny golem iiewipa per. Sco our lists. HOFKK UROS l'libllshcrs. JOURNAL. IjArl 1 AJu VOL. T, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, 3LA.Y 18 1&94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 116 ROLLING Several large invoices -And TheNewYorknacket ROLLING OUT Rapidly in the hands 01 our satisfied customers. You can't afford to miss the bargains we are offering iu all lines. E.T.BARNES, CASH BLOCK. Fishing Tackle! :-: New line Just received. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane pole 5c each. Elegant new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to snow goods. Brooks NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS ! NO SNAPS! NO BATE ! But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figure0. CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please A. Buren & Son., 30...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 May 1894

-pr-jiy -nr- -G- tbe cipim Mm JPtTKUSHED DAIL.T. EXCI3T HIKT&A.Y. Br 7HXI, ' Capital Journal Pabfishfeg Cwpany FtmSoQee gfocfc.JCxaaerel Street- HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Edfcea. ljXT.rr oter, per aetlv t . L3 FRIDAY, MAY IS. 1SM- SCG6ESTED COMXEAT. Tbe women cf Colorado arc golnj Into the Coxey movement. Cbnnui can furnish werk far tb- unemployed new or bread next winter. Kmrdovment for labor tfore wlnte ' seta In must be the war 07 or a bread war will be op n o r oamry. lthj leaked oat that omyoaDj iT.itw.'" th Kf-Uv'r Irdatrial arrm wore stockings worth - SO & pair. The JorRXAk favors silver as mnC a ever bat cot in tbe way tbat b been going to the detriment of Her. I Governor Penm yer ja ooaol bia band? He seems to be afraid on.i one will make more coi- than be dot American silver money should nvi be 3Iexicanized. Thit is what fru coinage of rfjver at Cleveland pric t woaid mean. Tbe people are going to do Km thinking between this and June 4tb Tben they will not vote tbe Pop...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 May 1894

I 1 PERGONAL GOSSIP. yiT C Scions states that the flesh flu. if i- pn'inl to venl or beef in the ir.jwr 'i. ii f 1'ips. prpnlnt Clfvelnna nover walks broad ,,L 8lnce ne was iimuftnrateu r r t,p v(t,iml Time iiusiiu ueeu been ujKiii hestnrtsff Washington. Gpoi iip Ur-mt (f olorpd). a native of Ire ,in'1. !UIllfl for citizenship papers in the ing'ip na I-"KO u"--"' ii" " 1 ..n,.1m flniilin ti'ltli rtnnolHni. Wi flutucy. Senator Hill closply followed the com- JjllPlltSi'I HIP 11Uviiu.tb ujiuii ins i ecru i tariff speech. He knows to a dot just what he fimned and what he has lost in 'the way of newspaper support. FT-Si-nator Edmunds is still able to Lnnie cases before the United States su preme court, and his income for this 'nervirp i iindprtood to be just four times 'that of a United States senator. The Rpv. Dwijrht L. Moody is a poor i i.l ....I. Kn Imo tumln tlimiontnla nan aiuiok" r " iuo ..!..,....., of dollars', he has saved none of it. The bulk of his earnings has been tibed for...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 May 1894

u. all t a t Alio W CAPITAL JOBBHL P0BMBIIKD DAILY, KXCK1T HIMDAY, Hr Turii Capital Journal Publishing Company l-imtoffloo U!ock..Oommerclhl fitreeU HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. iutly, by carrier, per mouth,. DrIIt. by mall, per year,.. )K . 3.01 weKiy,s page, per yrr. U FIUDAY.'MAY 18, 1601. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. IIOLMAN BLOCK. BALEM, Or. il LITTLE LOCALS. Geo. D. Goodhue Is making a nlct improvement on his residence In Unl verelty addition Will there bo i Uoxoy war? ...Prof. Hawley'o lectun on the Nicaragua canal Is great.... Mlnton and iloork ou the I'rolii lick 1 will lako part In tho county canvasc Last Wednesday the Degree o Honor bad a grand social at Prntectloi lodge. Charles Bollinger, wholmikt an arm some time ulnuo, hasjimarly re covered. Mrs. Emma E. Thomns ol York, I'll., arrived today to visit Mr. Bupt. Holllnger at the state hiin( gchool. Mrs, Hugh Thompson ant Mrs. Le8U'liier wont to Eugene lu ll ay to visit friends for a wee Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Patter...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 May 1894

t , ii hi 'HE I C'T DAILY 6 Cta Q Month by lufall 'repaid In Advance No Papers sent whn Tim i Out. HS.OO ji Year. CAPITAL JOURNAL. ADVERTISERS The'Jotirna! has s Larger Clr. culntlnu In Pnlt-m and Marlon County thitn any Snlcm newftpa por. Boo our Hutu. 1IOFKH MtOB l'iilltMicr. VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM, OREGON, SATIiTRDAY, AEAY if, 1SJ)4. DAILY" EDITION. NO. 117 s'QflF3H.H4Bftv4k "Nothing Fits a Man so Well as His Skin," Next to that is BRASFI ELD'S TAILOR TOE CLOTHIN TWO TRAINS ARE CAPTURED Coxejites Onlwit the Northern Pacific Officials. BESEECHING HIS MAJESTY GROVER. A Hatch or San Francisco Smug glers Convicted. See Samples in the Window. New Spring Novelcies. All Prices Low. In my life saw such a variety Goods as there are on this counter. "I NEVER of useful FIVE CENT Here are 12 doz. Buttons for five cents; and look at this nice t oth brush, only 5c, I just fj paid 10c for one not as good. And this is Tour TEN CENT Counter? WHAT AN ASSORTMENT I Here is JJixbys Shoe Dressin...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 May 1894

-WJWT UUUJ r 'HE CUTTiL JOURNAL rODliWIlKO DA11.Y, KXUKIT SUNDAY, nr Tnii,, Capital Journal Publishing Company lindanes Mtock. .CornmerclM BtreU HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Dally, by carrier, per mouth,- -W 60 - 3.0) iniiy. oy man, por rr Weily, paged, per year,.. M I8ATURDAY, MAY 18, 1801. OFFICES 8EEKI.N0 THE MEN. One of the strongest points about thr Republican ticket this year In the fuel tbal It contains tlio names of bo man) men who are not office seekers nor poll tlclans. This Is particularly true ol Hrrlson It. Kiucald, caudldnto foi secretary of state. He Iiuh lived It Oregon many years, has nlwuya beei identified with a public newspaper, and has always taken a keen Interest li public aflulrs, but never has he held ai odlco nor been a candidate. His uami was brought out for the position ol secretary of state without his kuowl edge or oonseut. At llrst he looked upon It simply ai a mitter of comph meat, and never fully reall.'d that h was n candidate until shortly befon the c...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 May 1894

jyw -rX.iTiili 5?' "--kM THE CAME GIRL. Tiro Men Meet and Talk of a llucl Kj cd IHoiul. "Hello, Jack, old boj'l Haven't met you in u month." "No; 1 just returned from tho country with my bride." "Reullyl Shake! My congratulations! Come I'll open a small bottle in her honor. She wasn't a Squedunk girl, where we summered last year, was she?" "Exactly. You left in July; I lost my heart in August." "Ah, you old rascal! "Well, here's to the bride! Drink heart. Great town, that Squedunk ;full of awfully jolly girls. Some of them great flirts too." "Ah!" "At least I found them so. I had no end of fiancees, so to speak, sometimes meeting two or three on the Bame even ins by appointment. It was great sport. You see, a man has to go a long way around among bo many girls at a summer resort. But they were charmers no mistake." "Yes, I found them so." "And so deuced sentimental, too, b'Jove! I remember ono in particular, a hazel eyed blond, with a bewitching air. Gad! Sho would actually hug her ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 May 1894

THE CAl'ML JOURNAL FUnMBHED DAILY, KXCKIT BDNDAY, r thii. Capital Journal Publishing Company lotoffloe nioek.ICoramerclAl Birwt. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. 1 illy, by carrier, per month Weekly, 8 paged, per year, 8ATURDAY, MAY 19, 189 J, J. L. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. BALEM. Or. dw Best meale at Strong'. Bait meato at Strong. Kent iiicbIh ut Btrong'ti. LITTLE LO0ALB. Albert JesHup, u state unlvcralty stt- dent, ih In tho city Rattullon drill by tho Balem comp.inleH'wlll bo a flnt night on WIIIbou uvenuo two evonlngh H wook this eu miner. A sweet, llgln, warm ralu foil all night and part of tc day.. Mro. Edith Pratt, who lmt been Bpoudlug tho winter ut Ashland, 0.,lsa gueat ut tho homo of Mr, C. Marsh. Her homo Ih at EvanHVlllo,ViH. ....Now potatoen aro In tho mitrkot. ....LowIh Judnon not u bounty on Bovongopbor scalps. ..ThurHday after noon Loyd Cattorlln entertained thlrtj Avo young frlcndH, It being IiIh Bovonth adversary. Guinea played and ico cream and cu...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 May 1894

T' THE I C'T DAILY B5 Cts a. Month by Tvlall cTepulU In Advance XMo Papers sent 'when Time la Out. $.00 ji Year. ABVEllTISERS ThoJJoTirnal hna n Larfipr Cr culalluu In Siilem nntl Matlou County tlmn nny Snlem liewnpn per. Ben our llstn. IIUI'KK nilOB I'ulilUlirrs. CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, M025DAY, MAY 21, 1894. DAILY EDITION". NO. 118 ft I ROLLING Several large invoices -And The NewYork Racket ROLLING OUT Bapidly in the hands oi our satisfied customers. You can't afford to miss the bargains we are offering in all lines. E.T.BARNES, CASH BLOCK. Croquet Sets! All Values! : HAMMOCKS : Made by the Oregon State Schcul for the Klind. Baby Car riages, new line, from $7.00 in values. Brooks &. SALEM, NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- . NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS I NO SNAPS I NO BATE I But sell now as we have always clone at the lowest possible figure!?. CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please A. Buren & Son., Fruits! Call and see them. CHURCHILL & BURROUGHS, 1...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 May 1894

Uay TUB CAPITAL JODBML l'lritUMHKU UAIIiY, KXCKJ'f HUN DAY, wr TH Capital Journal Publishing Company I'niitomce H!ock. .CJommerclhl Btrcct. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. lMlly, by carrier, per montli,.. WfiO I 'any, uy man, cor juir,- . 3UU Weekly, 8 pauon, per year, Jtfl MONDAY, MAY 21, 1891. POPULISM AND TIIK (JON FUIUKK OK (1KB Tlio fuluro of Oregon is worth con alderlng In connection with the politi cal sltuiitlon. How will elc-ctloiif allect our state for ten or twenty your to come ? What Intercut 1 avo tho citl e n who huvo coti o horc and sneured homes to Itvo and liolp develop tin Oregon of tho fuluro, In u Populist vie tory? Havo our young men and women, Win 04 fortune are yet to ho inado, aiij well founded hope In Popullt-mV II m tho owner of properly, tho bushier man, tho factory, tho farm or tho mini any well dellned expeciall' u of an Im Improved condition growing out of tie People's party? Hum common dayli birany hopo In Populism? It Im true wo are sutlerlug from man?...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 May 1894

NEW YORK FIRE TEAMS. Powerful More Tlint Aro Dihen Three Abreast nt In Itoimm Chariots. Every one of v 22 hook niul ladder tnn'ks of the New York fire ileiiurtinent is now drawn by a team of throe lion- i driven uliroast. The change from two bursa U'.uuj, which waj begun in 1SS3, fas brought about Jiatur.illy enough by tlie increuseil weight to be carried. Tlie (Ipji irtmeiit had been adding for some years previously a large number of life saving implements and tools, and theso had finally weighted down the apparatus, particularly the trucks carrying the life saving implements, to such an extent as to interfere with making time going to fire. The. first team to which a third horse was added was that of truck 10 in Fulton street. It proved so successful (hat a third horse w.is added to all the fire truck teams in the city. There lias :iK been added a third horse to the teams of the heavier engines and to the teams of those engines that he on the sides of hills or in the hilly dis tri...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 May 1894

'fflE CAPITAL JODRUL I'UBI.IHIIED DAIIlf, KXCKIT HUNDAY, BT TUBi Capital Journal Publishing Company J'tMtnrace K'ock. .Commercial 8tret, HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. JUIIy, by carrier, pr Mouth,. Dally, br mall, per year,. Weekly, 8 page, per year, 0 3.00 1M) MONDAY, MAY 21, 1891. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. JIOLMAN HLOCK.HALEM, Or. dw 33 Loaves 16 " 8 " 3 " Strong's! BREAD! :::: JSREAD! REST IJREAD INTHECITY - - - - $1,00 - - - - 50c - - - - 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin, 271 Commercial Street. i .'. i-- LITTLE LOOAL8. The candidates aro gone, hut then aro Home good men left In Balem yet ... Good Republican weather, thin. Mm. 8. N. WIlkliiM, of CorynlllH, Was tho nut'Ht of Mrs. Win, Cyrus nnd went homo today. ...Ira Erb took o trip to thostato reform hoIiooI today. .. MIbh Cudy Scott, of Marlon, return ed homo toduy after h visit with MUh EllnWolcl MIhb Olga iluwitt re turned to Albany toduy. Itoy. C. II. Lea returned to Philomath toduy Jnrod Tuck, who was n well know ch...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
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