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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 May 1894

i--i"pqHpmPiMqyi ' ' i .. kv THE X O'T DAILY 1C Cts a Month by Mull Prepaid In Advonua No Papers sent when Time is Out. $3.00 n Yeair. JOURNAL ADYJSUTISJERS TUwJJourual bus a Larger Cli oulHtton In Salem and Marlon County man nny t'nlfm ueivrpa Ir. flen our lists. UOFBIt UUOB rublMiem. 4 11 AJLj VOL. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY SJ, 1894. DAILY EDITION". NO. lit VJXJlX b GRAND ASSIGNEE'S SALE! A FATAL POLITICAL BATTLE. JitS. OF MILLINERY. Mrs. M. S. Skill' has assigned her entire stock of Milli nery and Fancy Goods o me for the benefit of all her credi tors. I wish to make short work of it and AV ill Close Out the Entire Stock of McCaffrey Shot While Republican Primaries. At THE DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS RECEDING Seven Hundred Miners Unrolling to 11 Strike. Millinery, Hats, Fancy Goods j All At Your Own Price Sales for Cash, E. WILLIs, Assignee. Hanfird, Cal., May '22. Word has reached here that a battle occurred yes terday during the progress of the Re publican primary elect...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 May 1894

US'. THE CAPITAL JOUMAL. I'UBLIBIIKD DAILY, KXCK1T HUMIM.Y, pr thi Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ostofflco II took. ;ComrnercuI Street, rc: -r . HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editon. Jjally, by carrier, per months jjttuy, or roan, per ycar, Weekly, paged, per year, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1801. 8U0UESTKD COMJIK.NT. Salem will do herself honor on mem orial day, as flhu always doeo. The Populist are on the run. Tlieli defensive campaign doeu not onvenen thuso tbo PopilllslH.I The Ilepublfcaii candidateB overagi pretty woll, and the Republicans art simply too numerous to mention, Populism Is on tlio wane, becaum oven a pood causo could not bear U u der a lot of managers who nro on tin defensive. Senator Htowart, the Colorado Popu list millionaire people's frloud sunatoi, who was to "whoop up' the I'opulM cause In Salem next MnntHy night, In r canceled his appointments In Orefrw . Verily, the caUHe is on thu wane, and cen Sylvester's nudionces aro Krowine smaller. 8PARKB FROM TUB SUBURBS. Nowb,...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 May 1894

THE COXSWAIN'S STORY. Ton know that littlo dngo who Stood on tlio hurnln deck Bi ill"' hN fnther was too dead To bid him quit the wreck. Some folks muj think It line to write A po'in on what he did, But, a), he waicn'l a marker To our captain's little kid. We was cruUIti Just off Sandy Hook, A-shootln at a mark, An Utile Jack stood on the bridge An thought it all a lark. "Stuj rlulit up there!" his father said. An knew the little kid Would inn t no harm, because he'd do Exact as ho was bid. When, Just like that, a shell with fuse Alight tamo rolllnnft, An men an bojs they skipped one Fide Just like as they were daft. 'Twus lust a sillj Hick o' mihio Ficbli mischief maklti mid, Hut it seemed all dead in earnest to Tho captain's 1 ttle kid. He gave one hasty look nroun. His lip curled up In scorn, Then swung hi-self dou n on the deck. An true as ou w ere born. He grabbed that buiniirfuse In both His little hands, he did. An j anked it out! Say, did wo shout Then for tho captain's kid?...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 May 1894

4 H U THE CAPITAL JOURNAL I itjblihukd daiiw, kxckit hunday, bt mm, Capital Journal Publishing Company I'onUitHc HI(X!k.,Comiueiclbl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editort. D.ily, by carrier, per month tOU liftlly. br mall, per year, 3 a Weekly, pages, per year, IM TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1801. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. HALEM. Or. dw Strong's! JUIEAM! :::: IJHEADI IJK5T BREAD INTHECITY $1,00 50c 25c 10c 33 Loavos 16 " 8 '" 3 " Westacott k Irwin, 271 Commercial Street LITTLE LOOALB, Moro glorious woilher Mrs. A. Q. Column will defer her musical vlslb ttBalein until next full The Sym phony entertainment iiotttd fill for tin b mrd of charities. ...Mrs. Poroy Willie Ins returned from her homo visit near Zena MIbb Murlu Tongue, of Hills- boro, who la tho guest of Misses Lltch Held, went to Eiigoue toduy. I)r Buun wont to Lyons today foni weoli'f outing having been preceded by Mrs. Jlunu and party, fleo. V. Davit catnu up from IiIh farm at Hubbard tlila morning. Mrs. E, l...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 May 1894

THE I C'T DAILY 26 Cts a Month by Mali Prepaid 1 Advance No Papers sent -whn rim Is Out. $;.0 n Yo:ir. ADVERTISERS TheJJotirnsI has a X.rgr Cir culation In Salem anil Marlon County than any Salem newipa per. Sea our lliti. II O FEU BROS 1'ublUHor. JOURNAL. VjxJt 1 X j-jlJLj VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 120 OLLING Several large invoices of Goods just received at The NewYork Racket -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. Croquet Sets! All Values! : HAMMOCKS : Made by the Oregon State School for the Klind. Baby Car riages, new line, from $7 00 in values. Brooks &, SALEM, NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS 1 NO SNAPS! NO RATE ! But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figures. CARPETS and FURNTTURE, sure to please A. Buren & Son., 300 Commercial St s i . I NOW lrll...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 May 1894

IDE CAPITAL JOHUUk rOniilHUEO DAIUY, EXCEPT BUWDAY, nr Tiin, Capital Journal Publishing Company IVwtotflco B'ock.ICoramerclftl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. I) illy, by carrier, per month, .- 0 WJ imlly, by mall, per year, . 3.U) Weekly, K page, per year, ! WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. 1891. A Fruit Farm Keglon. We have before referred to the fruit farm region about Aumsvllle. One day this week wu extended our obser vatloDH over toward Bhaw Htallon in tbe Waldo Hills. New houses, clear logs, fences nod other ImprovcjnontB are notlceablo on every hand. ftHun dredo of acres that were once old dona tlon land claim rauchea have, through the enterprises of rihaw mill Downing of Hulem, been sub-dlvlded Into garden and orchard tracts. On the hills the red laud prevails, while on the level and valley the soil is darker, very rich and milted to hope, groin or fruit. If ever llio rent of tin world realises the superiority ofUregoi prunes each of these ten acre tracli wlll become a veritable mine o...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 May 1894

I ZIKLACt IN ASHES! DR TALMAGE'S ELOQUENT SERMON AT LITTLE ROCK. Jlumlug of tlio Village of DuWil by the AiiLilpltllr tlio Tin-nip of llli Discourse. e Mint I'llU Like thu Warrior ot Old to llrcim-r Our Lotoil Ono. Littij: Rock, May 20. On his way t 1 ( .ililoruij, whunco lio will fetuit on JI iv .)1 on hu ruuiirt tho world journey, Hrv Dr. Talmnge, having halted here, j n ariieil today to a largo audience on t ip subject of "Recovered Families." The tct chosen was I Samuel xxx, 4, n "Then David and tho peoplo that were with him lifted up their voico and vwpt until they had no more power to weep. David recovered all. " Thero is intense excitement in the village of Ziklag. David and his men nre bidding goodby to their families and are oiF for tho wars. In that little vil lage of Ziklag tho defenseless ones will be safo until tho warriors, flushed with 4 lr-tory, como home. But will tho do fr useless ones bo safo? Tho soft arms of children nio around tho necks of the bronze warriors u...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 May 1894

i. iHf i ai f- Wl 'i iiil fr F I Hi ?: jil Hi; I m u THE CAPITAL JOPttML FOBM8HKD DAILY, EXCEPT HUNUAY, BT TIf Capital Journal Publishing Company IVMloffleo Hleek. '.Commercial BtrocU HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. 1 illy, by carrier, pr month,- JO 60 oally. by mall, per year,. , 8.0U Weekly, 8 pagee, per year,. IM. WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. 180 J. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. IIOLMAN BLOCK, BALEM. Or. f?w U - III. Strong's! llllEADl :::: JJItBAH! HE8T BREAD INTHECITY 33 16 8 3 Loaves ii ii ii $1,00 50c 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercial Street. LITTLE LOCALS. Tho WIHboh nvenuo tennis cluli re Humes practice tonight Tlio Ellti orchestra will give a closing dauce Monday evening Tho national guard boya gave their llrnt battnllion drill In Wilson avenue last night. - Miss .nulla iMetHclinn is Indisposed.. . Tho hottest day of tho season, this. Fkkr Pictuiik Tai.ic TIiIb evening nt tho M. E. church a Htcrcuptlcnu lecturo will ho given by Mrs. Eiiiiiih Tuthun, of Albany, presenting ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 May 1894

THE I O'T DAILY 26 Cts a Month by Bufall prepaid In Advance No Papers sent wlian Tim la Out. $S.OO a Year, KJ Al 1 X AJu JOURNAL. ADVERTISERS Th;joarnM ha a turgor 01i dilation In Salem and Marlon County than any Salem newtpa per. Sea our lists. HOFEIt BROS, l'ulillsliors. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, TECUBSDAY, MAT 24, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. iai I' GRAND AS S!GNE oALLo RIOT IN TOE COKE FIELDS. OF MILLINERY. Mrs. M S. Skift'has assigned her entire stock of Milli nery and Fancy Goods o me for the benefit of all her credi tors. I wish to make short work of it and "Will Close Out the Entire Stock of Millinery, Hats, Deputies and Strikers Battle. Have a MEN MUST "QUIT WORK OR DIE." Several Killed and a Wounded. Score of Fancy Goods ? All - A.t- Your Own Price Sales for Cash., E. WILLIs, Assignee. it I NEVER In my life saw such a variety of useful FIVE CENT Goods as there are on this counter.. Here are 12 doz. Buttons for five cents; and look at this n:ce troth brush, only 5c,...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 May 1894

PIPIM' nre?w?wgg - '?snflblftntm ! Jr i' 1 l SB' I ' Stir -LJj iff l QK f it I If HE CAPITiL JOl'RSAL. PUBLISH KD DAILY, EXCEW BUWDAir. BT Til!,, I Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ottoffloe Block. .Oomroercifcl Street, HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Jjuilr, by carrier, per months JOM 1111 Week ixuir.br mall, per jer . iU tkly, pages, per year,. LK) THURSDAY, MAY IM, 1694. 8WIN 0127O ABOUND THE GIRDLE The Jotfnul Man and the Other Bepublican Candidates on Their Travels. ETIQUETTE OP IOLITfC8. Tbe old aaylng of candidates klasiDg nil Ibe babies only reflects In humorouB way tbe essential duty of making one oelf agreeable (o all and tbe underlying trutb that politeness pay and got fartber for lews expeuse tlinn any other Investment that an atpirantfor publli favor can make. Tills world would be a beaven of sociability and ood fellow ship if the etiquette of a well-couducten political campaign could be made lo apply all the year around. Kverybod.' would be greeting libs neighbor cordla...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 May 1894

"V VgWlj1 $PWV -v PERSONAL 60S3IP. Alexander W. Terrell of Texas, United States minister to Turkey, is in Wash ington on a GO days' leave of absence from his post. Colonel James Young of Middletovrn, p.i., observed Arbor day by planting ISO frnit trees and 1,180 locust trees on his farm adjoining tho city. In the opinion of many Senator Vanco was tin gi e.itest wit the senate has known Eince tho war. Ho enlivened the cloak rooms with enough good stories to make a book. The widow of Governor James E. Browne of Florida was recently married to James Ferguson, a Brooklyn lawyer. Jlr. F rgnson is 80 years of age and his wife 73. Of the senators now in congress threo were foreign born Patrick Walsh of Georgia, in Ireland; Samuel Pasco of Florida, in London; James McMillan of Michigan, m Canada. "Chaplain Milburn," said Tom Reed, when he was speaker and the "blind chaplain" conducted the devotions of the house, "can tell heaven more news in his morning prayer than any other man I ever hear...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 May 1894

.i K t$ZZm TIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOBUHHKD BAILV, KXCK1T HUNDAY, Capital Journal Publishing Company 1'ottotnoe Hlock. Commercial Htreet. HOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. V illy, by carrier, per month,. 0X0 lil ly, or nii, per year, Weekly, page, per year,. iUil VO THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1894. J. Ii. MITCIIELL & CO., nsurance. IIOLMAN BLOCK. HA LEM. Or. d Strong's! BREAD! :::: JJlfEAD! UEST BREAD INTHECITY $1.00 50c 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin, 271 Commercial Street. i - LITTLE LOCALS. Landlord Wagner Ih the victim of i slight attack of poison ivy Mlw Portia and Sylvia Knight and Mis' Dawson, uro fjuests ol their grand mother, Mn John F. Miller. Ohas. Burggruf Ih at North Yamhill...-. W. C. T. U. delegates started hou,e Una morning, nil speaking well of their convention and treatment here. - Mrs. M. Kinney of Astoria who hut been the. guest of Mm. 8. II. Jessup, went to Albany thin morning Mr. F. W. Osburu, of Etigunu, who hut been tlio guest of E. F. Osburu and family, returned homo tod...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 May 1894

THE I C'T DAILY t5 Cts a Mon'h by ATall Prepaid In Advance No Papers Bent wlin $:t.O0 a Your. ADYJGJRTISEHS Tho Jourua liiw I ntf cr Cr culattun Ju Saloiu nnd k.' art on I'onnty than any FMcin rrwrn lior. Son our lists. ItOFEr BltO? 9 l'ulillsticrs. TAI JOU ds VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. 8ALETVT, OREGON, FRIDAY, atAY lio, 194. DAILY EDITION. NO. issa CAP! RNAL 1 0LLI1MG Several large invoices of Goods just received at The NewYork Racket -And ROLLING OUT Eapidly in the hands ot our satisfied customers. You can't afford to miss the bargains we are offering in all line?. K.T.BARNES, CASH BLOCK. Croquet Sets! All Values! : HAMMOCKS : Made by the Oregon State School for the Klind. Baby Car riages, new line, from 7.00 in values. Brooks & SALEM, NOi NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS ! NO SNAPS I NO RATE ! But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figure?. CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please. A. Buren & Son., 300 Commercial St R a . i NOW f-yiflllTQ I Pl...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 May 1894

-wt i i pi wiri'iim y Wi t; M 51 I MBit w ' i'f 194 et flii the capital joumjl I'UBLIflUEU DAILY, EXCKIT BUNDAY, nr the, Capital Journal Publishing Company PtotoRlee Klock. Commercial Street. HOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. bully, by carrier, per immtD, Dally, by mall, per year, , , , Weekly, S poxoi, per yr, FRIDAY, MAY 2-5, Ml. PER80NAL AND SOCIAL. Local Correspondenco from Towns in the Valley. jjhooks. Chan Hoot er was on the sick Hot last week, T.J. Clark in away location. looking for a Wm. Jones was the guest of Geo. Massey Sunday. Itav. Myers, of Jefferson, through here Friday. passed The lumber for H. O. Perkins hop house, arrived last week. Mrs. M. L. Jonvs' mother Is visiting her at present. Misa Ottle McCIard wax down from Chemawa Monday. Quite a number of the lirookltes at tended the Republican rally Saturday night. Frank Harris and wife drove up I Salem to see Mr. ll'a brother, who li very low with couiiuuiptluu. E. 1L Bhaw and wlfo and M. L. Jones and wife attended the pu...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 May 1894

HE WAS ALL RIGHT. He Wouldn't !! For Her, For lie Hnd a llrttvr Thing. A yoniiK lady who was tho recipient of attention from two young men equally eligible in point of yood looks, social po rtion nml fiimucial solidity, and enter tamed mmllnr feelings for both, was in a i lamlnry as to which to choose should thpy propose. A friend to whom sho confided her difficulty suggested Unit bIip should put both to some test to prove the strength of their affection. She took the advice, and to the first who avowed his affection said: You tell me that you lovo me. How do I know that you are sincere? What would you do to show your love?" Anything," replied the ardent lover, who hud a spice of roinanco in his dispo sition. "Anything. I would go to tho world's end for you. I would endure any suffering for you. I would die for you if necebS'iry." Such ardent protestations brought tho blushes to her cheeks aud a thrill of hap piness to her, and she thought that cer tainly no ono could love her more ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 May 1894

m setsuptrjvntimjesitassamKtssiaasvmi POBLIHHEU DAILY, KXCKIT BUNDAY, r THB Capital Journal Publishing Company I'fMtofflce Hloctt Commercial Street. IIOfER BROTHERS, Editors, D.lly, by carrier, per month,. f0 60 tntllr. by malt, per year 3.0P Weekly, 8 page, per year . 1.10 FItlDAY, MAY 25, 1604. 8WHTCUNO AROUND THE OIEOLE J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. BALEM. Or. U Strong's! BREAD! :::: BREAD! BEBT BREAD INTHECITY 33 16 8 3 Loaves i - - - - $l.0( - - - - 50t - - - - 25c 10i Westacott & Irwin, 271 Commercial Street LITTLE L00AL8. J oo Powers, a popular youni; Baloni Ho wont to Portland yeaterday morn lug on tliu Hteamcr Modoc, for treat mont at Br VIiiccuL'h lioupttnl Mlsi Fianklo Ohaso, with tier friend Jieiit llollund, yeutorday afternoon celohrat od tlio lOttt birthday of bath kItIh, u lior homo on East Htato Btreet, h. giving o party to u number of younj frlonde Tho county rock cruHhoi Ii08 been taken to BeottH MIIIh TJIB ftOSK BllOW. TIlO OXCGUtlVt commi...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 May 1894

1TIE I C'T DALLY ES Cts a Mon'h by Iail Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent wn?n Tlm is Out. Stt.OO a Year. JOtJRNAI ADVEirnsKirs Tlin .Inurnn m. i nrj-rr r'r. onlntlon In finlom unit jLarlnn OArll AJu J S Ciitintv tlinn nnr Fntm urivpj. irr. Boontir lists, UOFKR UISO ublUliors. VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, ALA.Y SiG, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. Vd'd GRAND AS SIGNEE OF MILLINERY. Mrs. M. S. Skiff has assigned her entire stock of Milli nery and Fancy Goods o me for the benefit of all her credi tors. I wish to make short work of it and ill Close Out the Entire Stock of Millinery, Hats, Fancy Goods, At Your Own Price All Sales for Cash, K, WILLIs, Assignee. "I NEVER In my life saw such a variety of uaefil FIVE CENT Goods as there are on this counter. Hera are 12 doz. Buttons for five cents; anl look at this nice t oth brush, only 5c, I just paid 10c for one not as good. And this is your TEN CENT Counter? WHAT AN ASSORTMENT! Here is Bixby's Shoe Dressing for only 10c, and ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 May 1894

MMAMM 2smZZ.-1mmtmv i iiiii i i rwA l: i THE CAPITAL JOUffll. l'UBLIHHED DAILY, EXCEPT HUNDAY, Br TUB, Capital Journal Publishing Company Potoffloo Mock. Commercial Htreet. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Jjalljr, by carrier, per month,.. Pally, by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year, .JO 10 300 IM SATURDAY, MAY !M, 1891. SUGUBSTEI) COMMKNT. W. II. Leeds, tlio Republican candi date for Blnto printer, is a clean, able man and will be elected. H. It. Klncald Is the choice of the people for secretary of state, aud for thai reaoon no combination of political tricks can defeat Mm. C. K. Wolverton, the llepublicul candidate for supreme Judge, In not n good politician, but for that he wll make a better Judge. A vote for . L. 1'atterHou for senato will not beau Indirect vote for Peiinny er. Democrats can afford to thiuk t wic before casting u single ballot along tlni line. Every Democrat, Populist or Ilepub llcaii who hus had dealings with tin sliui ill's ofllco muni admit that Join Knight U...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 May 1894

P'JPWjti lHIWidBVWW:"r wigA.a. -:: !r-- :- REPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE TICKET. j.-or i ieunr-V i' lorJ, f M rioii count) . Kor rtsrei try ol unite U. It. Klucaid, ol Lice oun J Koi -tine Treasurer I'lill. Mctschnu, l Uraut iiui.ty. i.ir Miri-ine Jih1ko-C. K olertou, tit L uu cm ity. For At oruej-OeUBlol 0. M. IJleimin, i M tuo imh I-,, i uti-riiiti wlcntuf Public Inxtrictlon U 1 Irwlu, t Union. Kcu .ute lMuter V. H. Leedd, ofJucksou. Filial' ( ONl. REGIONAL DISr. Kor lU'iire-eututive In Comres. UI.NGHK HEHMANN. T1JIHD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. For Circuit .. udjie, 11 H. UhWITr, of Liuu County. For District Attorney, JAS. McCAIN, of Yam hill County. Member Board of Equalization, S B. GIBSON, of Folic County. MAKIOX I'llUNTY. rOKSTAlKSKNAlOKS-I.li I atteron ol Hulcin, anUW II Uotison of Stayton. J nNT SKNATOH For Marlon uud Clack amns Alouzo desner, Salem. FOR HEPKESENTATIVfcS 0. B. Mooref and K Iloferof Salem, David Craig oIMh cleay, 11. O. llurU'ey of Woodburn, and J. L. Calvert of Ilubbard....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 May 1894

wp a iM&W - Ff Is- fc gf IS e tf g ! IfS WWfd. 1HE CAPITAL JODBML I'OBLISIIKD DAILY, KXCEIT MONDAY BT THX Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ontotHoe Hlock. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. lnlly, by carrier, per mouth,-. Dillr. by mall, per yer,. JIOU -310 - MO Wee 8 pae, per year, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1891. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM. Or. dv Strong's! BREAJ) ! J3JIEAJ) BEdT BREAD INTHECITY S1.0C 50c 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercial Street. LITTLE LOCALS. Fino shower last night. Go to tin band concert at Mornlngslde Hunda. aftornoou Geo. V. Weeks, the I'oh ullst caudldate for senator, was In tl.t city toduy. A Kd nioiiy Halciiille took lu tho Republican rally ut Ma oleuy yesterday. Quito u number m the United Presbyterlun delegates ut Albany will bain ttioclty tomorrow. Jan. Vun Osdal, of WeHt Cliehalem wuh In the city today Reeves Bros lost u valuable liorno the other daj from lock-Jaw, un unuaual lliiiig here a bouts. Sl'ATi:...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
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