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

',1 THE I O'T DAILY BI5 Cts a Month by M all Prepaid In nlvarice No Puparn sent whn $.00 a Year. ADYEKTISKKS The Jntirna tm . i rrT "'" filiation lu fcnloin nml a hii.hi t'muitv tlnn nnv Fnlfin m"rn JITAL - JOURNAI r. Sopnur Hats. HOI'Klt UKO ii ililMirr. VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY L8, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 124 ixxJ jfjCTSKaBBBaMbligi 0LL1IMG 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 lines. E.T.BARNES, CASH BLOCK. Croquet Sets! All Values! :- HAMMOCKS : Made by the Oregon State School for the Rlind. Baby Car riages, new line, from 7 00 in values. Brooks 8l SALEM, NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS ! NO SNAPS! NO RATE ! But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figure?. CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please A. Buren L Son., 300 Commercial St H I NOW I- 18 1 1 TO I Plants. 8...

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 May 1894

m irs i r t if the supreme court construed the con Btltutlon aright, the asylum would still Ira located la that cauyou of the Grande Hondo valley, where the wlud howls eleven montha of the year, and the state treasury therehy to bo depleted of $25,000 In gold to carry out the real citato speculation of an unsophisticated virtuous legislature? (Laughter.) Consider this proposition in the light of all its connections, In the light of the fact that desirable site for the aylum, and even a biff bonus, were uttered by otliei cities as a donation to the state; in the light of the fact that sites tot such liiBltutlons have uniformly been donated, and the fact that $26,000 would buy a square mile of land In tilt suburbs of Portland and you behold the outlines of as clear a piece of legls latlve Jobbery as ever was constructed. What do you Ihluk of the Jute mill proposition, recommended by the goto nor, that was lobbied through with this name .Eastern Oregon asylum deal, in eluding the pureh...

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 May 1894

' " ""'"' " - " ' ' ''''"v '"' ' -; s;--,., " T"f".y,-,-"i ,: ",''.-r.."'T -5ZT' "rlnssr"rr.:.z:--:'.-.Y J" --" 4 .rr'rfii..J.i j . I ..ll fill jrfji'hlBil.Mfc Tizimmis&mzammmmm r fcr 5 r -n?k ' 'll.'-r-Tcf' "jff Jill " """ : iu HAT, BASQUE AND GOWN. Hnts nml bonnets of luco braid will be more popular this year than ever. The lony basque, with rather full fkirts. is to be one of the standard gar ments of the season. It is f-aul that velvet and lace are to be thp popular combination for full dress wear for the coining summer. A new collar is made of 12 gores cut in umbrella fashion. This is seen on a tailor costume of fine twill. The edge of the collar is trimmed with narrow braid stitched on by machine. A novel waist trimming is made of ribbous cut in lengths of about 10 inches. These are arranged to fall in ruffle fash ion over the shoulders and bust. A beading is made of ribbon braided into a wide band. The conspicuous and aggressive silk or ribbon bow is falling into disfavor...

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 May 1894

I M TBI CAMTAL JOURNAL. I'UULIBHKD DAILY, KXUKIT HUNDAY. BT Til It Capital Journal Publishing Company IVwtottloo Hloelc. Commercial Htrot. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. 1 illy, ly carrier, per mouth,- D-tlly, by mail, per year, Weekly, 8 page, per year, . 3.0" - 1J MONDAY, MAY 28, 1MM. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance, HOLM AN JJLOCK.HALEM. Or. ilv Strong's! BltEAD! :::: MlEADl HIWT J1RKAD INTHECITY - - - $i.oc - - - - 50c - - - - 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin, I 33 Loaves 16 " 8 " 3 " 271 Commercial Stree LITTLE LOCALS. Mra. II H. Luabo entertained lie Hunduy achool cIuhh of young ladhi Saturday afternoon In substantial tyl . Quy M. Powers Iiuh returned U BuIoiii, oh tliu steamer El wood, f 1 1 which haul ho acted iih ugont ut Port loud, Iiiih tied up lor lint hcuhoii. ..Mi. uud Sirs. (J. W. JoliiiHon have gone '" n trip to the Midwinter fair, und t visit other California polutH John Irwin was down from HeottH Mill" Hut urclny, und ho says If It wasn't forn fowfjrowlers up there, tho...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 May 1894

THE I C'T DAILY CB Cts a Month by Mull Prepaid In -Advance No Papers sent whin Tim Is Out. $..00 a Year. CAPITAL ADVERTISE US Tim ilnut un lip. t tntfrrT'r ctilnllou In Saloiu mul iLnrloii dimity Hi, in tiny Fnlnn ncwr n Ir. sec mir llsti UOFEIt UKO l'liblNliiTj, VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 29, loJM. DAILY EDITION. NO. 15 fc;t JOORNAT, 'MiwsMim. - --.-.-i-. ii -' - It Hi I Mmi I GRAND ASSIGNEE'S SALE! WATER, WATER EVERYWDERE 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 "Will Close Out the Entire Stock of Rivers Are All Booming in the Great Northwest. TERRIBLE FLOODS ALSO IN INDIA. Millinery, Hats, Fancy Goods j All A.t Your Own Price Sales for Cash, E, 'WILLIS, Assignee. Great Loss of lives and Destruc tion of Property. cleslastlc, of Philadelphia, and this no tion by Russia is a breach of treaty which governs American citizens the rig...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 May 1894

: W Wn ntn ft Wri ifi a iW r; irt.Ji wmsmmsrjw n I. IMIj. PUULI811EU DAILY, KXCEIT HUNDAY, nr tub Capital Journal Publishing Company l'ontoffloe Block. .Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Jjalljr, Uycairler, per month,. WSO ' ! Uallj, by mall, per year,. jdB Weekly, pagen, per ear. IMIIJ. D7 mail, PVT ui,- .310 . 1M TUESDAY, MAY i9 1604. ji ai i -i 11 j - " VOTK FOU JO CALVKHT. Jo Calvert, of Hubbard, la tliequlit wan ou the ticket. He does not make any speeches at nil. But he In a uatlvi born Hon of M irlon county, of wIioiij every citizen can fiel proud. He In clean man and In employing uoue but good Influence In the campaign. Oi questions of economy he Is solid an t rock and will apply carefully thoei buulnesB principles In public attain which have led to Mice., in hit prlvi te life. He In a splendid man for re) re eutatlve. VOTK Foil JOHN S, (JllAllA.il Of Woodbuni, Hip It publlcnn cundi date for re-election its county superiu tendeut, has made a hhh reiwril l! that oll...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 May 1894

THE HEAVY WEIGHTS REV DR. TALMACE'G ELOQUENT SER MON IN SAN FRANCISCO. The liuiilciis That tlio Lord Will Suttaln II Christian Will but Cast Them Upon lIltn-TIio World a Great Hospital. Mutinlitlni of Sin lU'inoted. Sxn Fkancisco, May 27. Rev. T. 7 Witt Tnlningo is now in this city, whence ho will tail next Thursday on the steamer Alameda for Honolulu on his trip around tho world. IIo preached today to a largo and deeply interested nudirnco on tho subject of "Heavy WiightP, " tho text being taken Irom P-alnis Iv, 22, "Cast thy burden upon tin- Lord, and ho shall sustain thee." David was heio taking his own medi cine. If anybody lnl on him heavy weights, D..vul had them, and yet out i if lis o.rn i pu-ienco ho advises you , ' ..it as to tho best way of gotting rid ..I burdens. This is n world of burden bearing. During tho past few days tid ings canio from across tho sea of a mighty and good man fallen. A man full of the Holy Ghost was he, his name the synonym for all that is good and...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 May 1894

W8MWll'" U!il f 1. ,- , ye i m a 1 '. .'1 1,1 I'M 1U f il 1 R MI iUS IP M K ffl!E CAV1TAL JOIiaXAli. POBUHHKO UAIbY, KXCKIT BUNDAY, WT TH I Capital Journal Publishing Company Ifwtnltlce U'oolc. ;UtinmereiHiDir.u HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. jriiiy, by carrier, per month,. Dally! br rnoll, per yir, Weekly, pagwi, per year. -JOK . 1.5 TUESDAY, MAY , 1801. m J. L. MITCHELL. & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. BALKM. Or. dw Strongs! I BREAD! :::: 1 1 HEAD! HEBT BREAD IN THE CITY $1.00 50c 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercia Stree' LITTLE LOOALB. O. V. Evans Iiiih removed his ton sorlal parlor to the roum adjoining tin Favorite elfpir stand. Dr. Jus. Hun UId, of Denver, ipivo u pleasing addror before the Y. M. J. A. Kunday after noon HtrawbirrieH nro ripe. Tin beautiful weather will make everybody uippylf not rich Tlmt Dornorert nicdal contost will bo bold ivt the Houtl. Balem M. JO. church tonight ...John Lowla and Frank Tuokor,r Auinsvlllc, were Bulorn visitors toduy. Mbr Marg...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 May 1894

--J?L nsJ: rnE X O'T DAILT? SB Cts a Month by Mall Prepulsi in Advonua NoPaperssent when Tim is Out. ;$.00 a Year. ADTERTISEKS Tln Imirtin 1m I nrrrr Ctr- NAL.i jx1 1 X jjlJLj rulntluu lu Snlcin unit Nation "mtntjr tlinn nny FnUm npwapit per. Sco our Hutu, HOFKn UIJO iilillslicrs. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THUBSDAY, MAY 31, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. JLUG iiffi-?mc JOUR OLLING Several large invoices -And The NewYork Racket ROLLING OUT Rapidly 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 Scho j! for the Rlind. Baby Car rages, new line, from 7 00 in values. Brooks k SALEM, NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO ! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS ! NO SNAPS! NO RATE ! But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figures. CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please A. Buren L Son., 300 Commercial St . NOW is the time to look after your L p...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 May 1894

.aiigM w i-' sas ;" THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. rUBIilHIIKD DAILY, KXCKIT BUNOAY, BT TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company I'rMloffloe H'oalt.;Cornroerclkl Street. IIOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. JMliy, by carrier, pr inoiilli any. oy ihrh, ir , . Weekly, V pages, per year, TIIU1WDAY, MAY 31, lfiOi. TUP. MILITIA AND I'WI'OLWM. Tlie only use to which tho governor of Oregon has over put tho Oregon National Guard was to seize tho can lion and prevent tho Democrats fnm manifesting their enthusiasm over tl o clcotlou of Cleveland. There would I o no necessity now to cull out tho mllltla ti suppress Democratic enthusiasm over tho Cleveland administration. It a Populist governor U elected next Monday there will bo no occasion lo mako any appropriation whatever fi tho Oregon National Guard, as Pen nnvnr nor Pierce, like Walto uiiil Lowelllug, would uevir cull out the mllltla to Htop Coxeylte Hteallng train or committing uuyoitior outrages on property. What Is the ihj of this Htiue paying out over a 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. — 31 May 1894

i nm I HI MM Official Ballot for Precinct, Marion County, June 4, 1 894. Cancel, Cross or Mark Out the Names of Candidates Not Voted For. S. W. THOMPSON & Co., Always Ket-p on hand a large stork of loosoai.d unuu untcil Diamonds, .Rubies, Sapphires and iiopottod Ojmls. 2 21 Commercial Street. STATE. rT Governor. i WM. GALLOWAY of Yamhill County Democratic U JAMES KENNEDY of Multnomah County Prohibition 14 WM. P. LOUD of Marlon County Republican 15 NATHAN PIERCE of Umatilla County Peoples For Secretary of State. lb HARRISON R. KINCAID of Lnne County IT F. McKERCHER of Multnomah County , li CHARLES NICKELL of Jackson County VJ IRA WAKEFIELD of Jackson County ... For State Treasurer. 20 R. P. CALDWELL of Lane County 21 T. L. DAVIDSON of Marion County , 22 PHIL. METSCHAN of Grant County 2.!. ISAAC N. RICHARDSON of Umatilla County For Superintendent of Public Instruction. 21 HELEN D. HARFORD of Yamhill 2i. G. M. IRWIN of Union County 20. T. C. JOHY of Marion County 27. D. V. S. REID ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 May 1894

wtrm&23&nvn!m MVHMIHtt'WM ... .. . i "-: Ut- f& TSxaajtittMrMmf 'trm 'TOE CAPITAL JOIBML FUBUHUKU 1M.IL.Y, KXOKIT HUNDAT. BT TH Capital Journal Publishing Company I'oBtnmoe lllock. JUommerclhl Street, HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Dally, by carrier, pr mouth,. Daily, by mall, per year, Weekly, S page, per year, 0W u THURSDAY, MAY 31, ISO J. J. L. MITOinSLL & CO., nsurance. HOLM AN HLOOK.8ALEM.Or. dw Strong's! BREADl :::: IJUEAD! HEBT IJHEAD INTHECITY )rf 33 Loaves 16 " i 8 " 3 " $i.oc 50c 25( 10( Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercial Street. LITTLE LO0AL8. Jjlin Went'H team hud u lively run away l'uosduy evening, badly riutung lug tho vehicle, but doing llttlo furlhei dumnuo. Much (lower Hteuling Ih ie- ported tills week, Tliorufo-m school boyH made a Unit Knowing In yenter- dny'ri parade. W. M. Hrown, ol Lebanon, Ih In tliu city among tho luw Htuduuta being examined. -..Mo. JamuH Htroud and luu!itor Jlonltu, ol Portland, uro guentH of Hon. Fubritut R. Bmlth'ri family on...

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 June 1894

r THE I C'T DAILY B6 Cts a Month by 'M till Prepaid In Advance No Papers Bent whn Tlm le Uut, ijW.OO a Ycnr. AJJYJfiKTlSEHS J (J U JKJN AJIj. ? VJXJlJL 1 X xxJLj irnn lm i InrpcrClr- cnleiu nml jaarlon i nny Piilcm ucvi'pa lists, norm uuo.' TOIi. T, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JTJXE 1, 14. DAILY EDITION". NO. Ii.7 GRAND ASSIGN EE'S OF MILLINERY. Mrs. jVI. 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 "XV 111 Close Out the Entire Stock of Millinery, Hats, Fancy Goods, At Your Own Price All Sales for Cash, E. WILLIS, Assignee. "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 nice tooth 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 look at these spring hallance ...

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 June 1894

t T rm-t n" tf"? " 72, sV?5t 0 iff THE CAPmL JOlMiilL. ,:',' '.! 'Jllll" I'L.I J-l i ' '! ' ' ' "" HJLWHKD DAIIiY, XXOVr BUNDAY, Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ofttoffioo Block. .Commercial street. HOfER BROTHERS, Editors. lMlly, by carrier, pur month,- JO 60 aco . ixo iblll Wee Ully, by mall, per year,. eKiy, , 8 page, per year,. FIUDAY, JUNE 1, 1804. ' 1 LUiXUJ. 1 . 8DGUESTED COMMENT. Hear Barkley, at the opera bouse Saturday night. He lit a superior ora tor. Turn outaud see till of tho Republi can candidate at tlio npora house Hat urday night. t-JL The JooiiNAi has decided not to purchase tbo Oregon Pacific railroad next Saturday. Charley Moores, the "Mark Twain ol Oregon," will entertuiu the public ut the opera bouse Saturday evening. Moores, Barkley, Hufer, Gesuor and ether Republican candidates will niuLe brie talks at the opoia house Sutuidhj evening. Hear them. The governor of Washington lias been forced to uiovo to tbo state capita1, heretofore having resided ut Scati...

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 June 1894

Jllllfeifi TESTING BULLET PROOF CLOTH. Ilio Invention of n Oorinan Tailor lias An swered Ktpcctntlons. Experts m military tiffairs not only in Berlin, but throughout Europe, nro dis cussing tho recent experiments mado with the bullet proof coat invented by Herr Dowe, the Mannheim tailor. There leeras to bo no longer any doubt that Dowe's invention is a most valuable one, r.nd that he was" justified in refusing the princely offer mado to him by firms of nriny contractors nnd others who are de rirous of purchasing his rights. The Russian embassador, Count von Schouvaloff, at the Russian embassy, fired two shots at the tailor while the latter was incased in his bullet proof coat, and as Dowe sustained absolutely no injury tho Russian embassador pro nounced himself satisfied with the ex periment. The experiments before Count von Schouvnloff began with a thorough test of the now rifle in use in the German nrmy. From a box of cartridges one was telected at random, and tho rifle was fired ...

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 June 1894

prWWVVf ' .&dC r t " " ,.( ni V m dffflL JOCWAL. reauftxiso daily, kxckht bowday. BT THE Capital Journal Publishing Company Pmrtofflee Biok. Commercial Street, MOfER BROTHERS, Editors. Imlly.by carrier, pr mouthy JOZO JMIir, BT wii, per ;rr WsKiy, I ,g page, per year - 1A JFJUDAY, JUNB 1, 1M4. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., nsuranee. HOLMAN BLOCK. BALEM. Or. lv Strong's! BREAD! :::: BREAD! BE8T IJKEAD INTHECITY 33 16 8 3 Loaves (i it $1.0C 50c 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercial Street. LITTLE LOCALS. There la talk 'of excursions to Port land Hunday to witness the high water John Hughes was lu Portland yes terday. The lilgU water has paraljz d the tUb business for tho timo being - O.N. Cbmcbtll went to Hubbird this afternoon to look after some work ho has there. PERSONALS. Jtev. Meyer of Ml. Angol weut t Albany today. Prof. J. A. Sellwnod returned fron the county cauvass today. Ex-dov. Moody returned from Tin Dalles today. Hon, Plill. Metsohan returned today from Eugene and...

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 June 1894

tfjTHr V THE X C'T DAILY ADVERTISERS The lourn Tim nrirrr Cir culation la Snlom and Uirln County than nnjr Fulrm ntvfjt per. deoour lUts. UOFER BROF Publisher. JOURNAL. cg ots a Month by Mall Prepaid In Advance no Papers sent -when iu AJr 1 JL AJu Tlm is out. S3.00 a Year. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION". SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, lb94. DAILY EDITION. NO. JLH8 BMmfcSiiM I ROLLING IN! Several large invoices of Goods just received at TheNewYork Racket -And ROLLING OUT . Kapidly in the hands ot our satisfied customers. You can't afford to miss the bargains we are offering in all lines. E.T.BARNES Croquet Sets ! : HAMMOCKS : Made by the Oregon State School for the Elind.- Baby Car riages, new line, from 7.00 in values. Brooks &, SALEM, NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- WE HAVE NO BARGAINS ! NO SNAPS I NO RATE I But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figures. - CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please, A, Buren & Son,. 300 Commercial St Fruits ! Call and see them. J. RU...

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 June 1894

"3t s w f I in cirrriL jouhm. rVBLWUUt DjULY, KXUKPT tfUNOAY, IlTtM Cartel Journal Publishing Company Fortooe Block. iCommercUU Street, HOfER MOTHERS, Editor. I illy, by carrier, pr inoulu,. UUIT, U7 BHMI, 1D1 j . . s. wir, , pace, per year,. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1894. TO XEPOBblCANS. Tbe hottest battle for pollllca' supremacy ever fought in Oregon l virtually concluded. Never was then so strong a combination of crankbum and political order arrayed agalnal one party as this year confronted th Repullean party In Oregon. The fusiot managers have never before atrugglec so long and fiercely, nor ho completely ignored patriotism aud sacrificed ul principle as in this campaign. Of course, primarily all thesi (dements aro after spoilt! aud uftet political power and plunder. Vhll no one can deny these various elemebti the right to combine, or the right U bold tbe party In power it ppouslble when it Is done a a m&'ttT of principle. When It li done merely an anc-ramblo forepollo otUce aud to...

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 June 1894

rTf"T'iT'J"1 - "Wrr&HfiBF "' AN EXPENSIVE BOOK. lie Got Three Copies, and the Agent Felt Lovely Over It. A suburban resident, whosehomo is on a height far abovo his railway station ind approachable by a moderately short, fteep rath and a long, roundabout road, fell in with a book agent the other day. The suburban was just hastening off in his carriage to the station, but the book Egent nailed him with his glittering eye and sold his book for $3. Tho suburban traveled down to Nov York with his book, found it extremely dull and left it at his office. On reaching home he was saluted by his wife with the announcement that sho had paid for the book, as he desired. It was the samo book, the agent having watched his victim depart and deceived the wife by the story that her husband had bought tho book and desired her to pay for it. "If I had him here, I'd kick him," said tho suburban, and then his wife exclaimed, "Why, there hois, walk ing down tho path to tho station." Then that man ha...

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 June 1894

v-SWCWT ?3f 4 B&ESatitS W CAWTAL JOURNAL. PCBM8HKD DAILY, BXCKPT S0NDAY, BY TK " Capital Journal Publishing Company iVwtoffloe Block. JCoramcrcUl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. billy, by carrier, per mouth,. -MO , uo Weekly," P, per year,. 1X0 SATURDAY, JUNK 2, 1804. e"i"" j. JJ J. I,. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. BALEM, Or. dw Strong's! BItEAD! :::: BREAD 1 BEST BKkA'D INTHECITY 33 16 Loaves - - - S1.0C " 50( " - - - - 25c " 10c Westacott & Irwin, 271 Commercial Street. LITTLE LOOALU. The Oregon Soldiers' homo nlreadj bw dozen Inmates... Mlad Jonnl. Booth 1 visiting at Corvallls Mr. and Mrs. Goo, Locoy, of Oswego, art guestaof thoir parents In West Bulem, Had tire also making a visit with theii old-time friend, J. L. Bounctt A warm night, followed hy a warniei day, ....Town crowded with peoplo Politics la all wool aud a yard wide. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. LocK wood of Mornlngsldo, a son, Juno 2d, 18W. The young man arrived Just lb time to voto tho K...

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