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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 4 June 1894

:i THE I C'T DAILY B6 Ota o Month by TV all Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent when Tlm lei Out $.00 a Year. AJiVJSRTlSJEKS Tito .Inarm. lm UuftrOlf cutatlon In Salem Mitt MariM County limn aojr Salem oewnr per. sen our lists. BOFKK MtO 4 Publlilicn, JOU kjAjl 1 X AJJ TOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, JUNE 4, l94. DAILY" EDITION. NO. 1SS9 !. - "HJiiri.lPWilll '. Jl J-- "-J- . .V tj H4MV GRAND ASSIGNEE'S OF MILLINERY. Mrs. M. S. Skiff has assigned her entire stock of Milli nery and Fancy Goods o me for the beuefit of all her credi tors. I wish to make short work of it and "Will Close Out the Entire Stock of Millinery, Hats, Fancy Goods, A.t Your Own Price All Sales for Cash, K. 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 tlnVis your TEN CENT Counter? WHAT AN ASSOETMENT ! Here is Bix...

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

fWri'km'hr, , tJI$ t -7 TWffTpF' " jUjtSi "' I -;1 I' i t"A '? '"- "' .i w capital JOURNAL &USIBD DAIOV, KXOKl'X' HUWUaY, iir tji , . . n ,, . p tapflM JMmai ruuiisiiiiig uompunj stuaipl, nnd prapnratlons mado uc I'oatotttoa .oait..oummtfrcihl iitreeu . cordingly. If it was lite practice to isr- " i - " i apply tho rod to tho back tho most HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. usual courso in later days when n - "real (rood floiraiiiK" was admiuistcr- 1) illy, 1); ny, by carrier, per mouth,. tUT zunii, :r ;cni'"' .SOU I D page, per ymt,. IWI MONliAY, JUNK 4, 180 J. SUUUE8TKI) CUMJIKJiT. Almost UBfeleert cash registers. Today the Lord will rally his hosts pf July Fourth vlll next be celebrated Tho last campaign fr two years. Ho husbeou told The tarlil tax ihu eqttal to bad roads. former prys Is There should bo a revival of haw lial m well a business. One day more and all about tho flection. jou will know Hard times continue aud so do Thm Onb Cknt Daily. ' ' ' n ' The fuslonlst has develo...

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

!ISTW3Er,r rra?r, - A PRINCE WITH PLUCK. IH OftT0 Up Bank and Title For LoTe of XJ.1H t Princo Rudolph of Thnrn and Taxis (has, according to a rcoont announce ment in Tlio Imperial Gazotte at Vien- ! -nrf iHmiitv of a princo of Thuru and Taxis aud will henceforth bo kiwwn by the name of Darou vou Broskow, a titlo which has been conferred upon him by Emporor Francis Joseph of Austria. Tho princo nas cousenieci 10 una sur render for tho purpose of assuring to JiU nlcbcian boni wifo and children an nuities in perpetuity from tho family nroDertv. Tho princo, or tho baron, as I should call him now, is quito poor, therefore glad to provido for his wife's future. At tho eamo timo it nlust bo confessed that ho is a very remarkablo man. Ho was tho first Austrian princo to go through tho university course and to graduato as a doctor of law, and for a timo distinguished himself in. politics, taking tho part of the Czechs against tho Germans, much to tho disgust of his family, who belong to tho...

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

rtf I f WV! VT'!IV vKmmmmmmHKsmi THE OMUL JOURNAL rOBUMIJEP DAILY, JCXCBW HUDAV, BTIBI Capital J&urnal Publishing Company PostoflSco Block. JOorotnereUt Street. HOf R BROTHERS, Editors. J tiy. tT en tier, per month,. lllly, br mall, r jrer, W fcfr,8 paco,teryr, a.a MONDAY, JUNK 4, 1804. 3. L. MITCIIELL & CO. insurance. IIOLMAN BLOCK. BALEM, Or. dw Strong's! BREAD ! : : : : BliEAD ! BEST BREAD INTHECITY 33 16 8 3 Loaves - - - - $1,01 - - - - 50c - - - - 25c 10c it Westacott & Irwin, 271 Commercial Stree . LITTLE 'LOCALS. Our June rain linn Leon flue. T day whs metaphorically hot Tin first utrawlierrlea are ripe In the gar dens Ohuroti services In June, Jul and August, the uext'tbreo nioulbs.will be given evenings ul 8 p. to. Anuun caniptueetlug at the ChrUtlau chuicl tabernacle at Turner, beglus Thursda , JunelMst Mrs. Shebun and baby came up from Oregon City this morn ing to make h visit at the borne of Urosayater Joseph Kiiorion John McGrow, Baleru's solid cattlo buyer,...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 June 1894

" WKfK Jfy y jg - ' B V TUB X O'T DAILY 26 Ots Q Month by Mall Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent -wlln Tlm Is Ou. $3.00 a Year. ADVEKTISKKS Thn InnftiK hn - innrorCtf cu'ntlon in Salem nod iaarle County than any Fnlcm rewp per. pop our ltsta, HOFER BKO Piiblllirr. CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, ial4. J)A1LY EDITION. NO. 130 ROLLING IN! Several large invoices of Goods jutt received at TheNewYorkRacket -And ROLLING OUT Rapidly in the hands ot 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 Elind. Baby Car rages, new line, from $7.00 in values. Brooks & SALEM, NO! NO! . -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS I ' NO SNAPS I NO RATE ! 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. - NOW i-rlifO 1 Plants. Nearly everything n...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 June 1894

"mttigp&miaijmi v T - am- i t--- - ,? IW I l h HE UKUL JOURSAL. iaLWHKU DAIbY, KXUKIT bUftU.v, BTTRS Capital Journal Publishing Company PostoMoe U ock, .Commercial BtreeU HJFER BROTHERS, Edllorj. liilly.b carrier, per raonltt,.. Diily.br mall, per year, W)fcly,8 po, per year, 6 ,30 M TUEriDAY, JUNE 6,' 1801. bUUUKSTKD I'OHMKNT. Now rest your mouth, Mr. Political Orator. What ban btcomu uf the revenue only? tariff foi The tiugar trurt ro nilal surpasses tin the credit uiohlller frauds. Now the summer thoiera will calch the numerous littlo recon tly starlid country newspapers of the laud find they will dlo fur want of nuiirlshmeni If you would bu li.trlllgent ahou1 race matters tills com ug seagou hi d fall ou the Pacific coast, take II e Ban Francisco Breeder and riportsmai . One fallow who Is kicking hlmx f says that horses aruuveiy duy beoou lug cheaper, together with evurythh else, because tlicro are so many Jack auees lu Washington, Bacrameuto Bee; Willi Peunoytr governor of ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 June 1894

TTpWy v ' WOMAN'S WOULD. MRS. BEECHER'S ARGUMENT AGAINST ALLOWING WOMEN TO VOTE. Woman' Good Influence A Hint For Women Public Spirited IJroo'kljnltes. Sharp Hetty Green Mrs. Dunlap Hop kins She Was Ambitious. Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher does not believe itf tbo ballot for woman, as tlio following interview with a writer for a Jfow York daily clearly demenstrates: "Thoro is a great interest in womau suffrage jnst now," Mrs. Beecher said to tho reporter. . "And you nro not in favor of tho movement, Mrs. Beecher?" sho was asked. "No, indeed," was tho reply. "I tl'ink women luvo all they can do with out taking an interest in public affairs. I would bo willing to givo up half my rights to men instead of taking any of their "If you grant tho suffrage, thero is nothing to prevent all sorts of women from going to tho polls, and it might cause many ovils. If they could arrailgo it so that only respectable, sensible women should vote, it might bo differ ent.' "Do you think womau suffrago will co...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 June 1894

'-. II? Til GUTTll JOURNAL. rmtumuKD daily, kxukkt buwda . BTTJ Capita! Journal Publishing Company FostofHoe H'oek.JOommernUI Street. HOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editorr. liy, by carrier, per month,. JHlly, bv mall, per year, W.)kly, pge, per year, J0 6 - Lff TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1891. .i. ' u J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. HAYiERf. Or. dr Strong's! BREAD ! : : : : JiltEAD J REST BREAD INTHECITY - - - - $i,ot - - - - 50c - - - - 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin, 271 Commercial Stree'. LITTLE LOCALS. v Mora showers Inst night. Gnrdeo wero never so fine as Ibis year.. Gov l'ennoyer romarlccd to u friend yeater day that Nathan Pierce's volo In tin tat would bo 35,000, W. P. Lord' ai.000, ami dnlloway'H 11,000.'.... I nutters llttlo myr how you voted. 1 Is too lato to cry about it. The fol lowing officers were olccted last nlfjti to servo Vulley lodge, No. 18, A. O. U W for the term beginning July 1 1801: M. W., W. T. Rlgdon; foreman W. T. Bonuott; overseer, Ed. Arnold; recorder,...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 June 1894

J"-' EZS ,N THE I C'T DAILY B6 Ot a. Month by tall Prepaid In. Advance No Papers sent -when Tlmm la Out. $8.00 a Year. ADrEBTlSEKS , The .tnurna hn I 0W CAPITAL JOURNAL. cnmtlnn In Salem mm County than njr Faltm per. wen nur lUti. HOFHK MBO Publlnlinr, VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1&94. D-A1LY EDITION. NO. 181 r-w k mjBBB "yww GRAND ASSIGNE 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. Millinery, Hats, Fancy Goods, A.t Your Own Price A.11 Sales for Cash, K. 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; andlook 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 ! Flere is Bixby's Shoe Dressing for only 10c, and l...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 June 1894

M9B2fthlM1 as m .CAPITAL JOURNAL. jifOTttjUMLKD DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. BITRI Capital Journal Publishing Company Foatofflce B'ock.:Oomtoorclat Street. jjes MOFER BROTHERS, - Editor;. i llv. br carrier, per month- -WW - 8.0U -1.K) My. by wall, per year, iy. PM. Per y- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0. 1804. 8D6UE8TED COMMENT. And the fiat calf has burst? Tli country continues to go Republl h CM. - " " " : -i PopullBtn dleU of an overdose of j'. Coxeylsm. Gentlemen, what does fusion amount to auywa? Pennoyer will not retlsb the last ad' vwtkement be got. In Umatilla county they voted on siooK running at largo. The verdict is tor piolection. also for restricted Immigration. It 1 Tub people of Oregon nu not tal that fatal dose of greens. Jo. Waldrop can now go to the othtj place. Bo will never go to congress. Callfornlaus haye the sympathy f Oregonlaus. They have a Populls -' campaign before them. It is time John P. Robertson w hunting a uew party. We suggest Li Join thosaucliflcatloulsts. , Geo. G. Bin...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 June 1894

"""fftWtrts vssss. THE EYE OF A NEEDLE REV. DR. TALMAGE SPEAKS FOR WOM EN WHO TOIL. The nlesilng and the llllcht of Work llody ml Soul Upon tho Hack Men anil Wom en Oppressor Woman' IIIgHeat Adorn ment. Brooklyn, JnnoO. Rov. T. Do Witt Talmage, who Is now on hia round the world journoy, has chosen as tho subject for today "Martyrs of tho Necdlo," tho text boing Mntthow xix, 24, "It is easier for n camol to go through tho oyo of a necdlo." Whether this "oyo of tho necdlo" bo tho small gato at tho sido of tho big gato at tho entranco of tho wall of tho ancient city, as is generally interpreted, or tho eyo of n ucedlo suoh as is now hmullpfl in sowim? a garment I do not say. In either caso it would bo a tight thing for a camel to go through tlio eyo of a necdlo. But thoro nro wholo cara van? of fatigues and hardships going through tho oyo of tho sowing woman's needle Very long ago tho needlo was busy. It was considered honorablo for women to toil in olden time. Alexander tho Great stoo...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 June 1894

-- " .Li n ii u imvHmmww w$m irf fr fe.4 TBE CM'lTAl MUM. JfOBUBHKD DAILY, EXCEPT BONDAY, BTTHB Capital Journal Publishing Company Postofflo B'osk.IOomroerclal Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. 1 .lly, by carrier, per month,.. JDUly.by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 page, per year, -tOK Ut WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1894. jnr- t ' ' ' i n i it J. L. MITCHELL & CO., nsu ranee. HOLMAN BLOCK. BALEM. Or. dv Strong's! BREAD ! : : : : BREAD ! BE8T BREAD INTHECITY $1.01 50c 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercial Stree' LITTLE LOOALB. Miss Joslo Culver returned tbis morn niig from California, after a mouth's visit with friends and relatives and also the Midwinter fuir. Mrs. Emmi Prelst, of Hubbard, was committed to the asylum yesterday. Fine ((row Inpf weather continues. It. E. Ray'r residence near Mill City was burned Monday and the family are destitute The report that a Presbyterian Iad. would stir the ico cream at the full grounds pionio tonight with her foot It not true, Only the finest wil...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 June 1894

Spfpwipssw THE I C'T DAILY 06 Ote a Month by TVf nil Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent when Tim la Out. 83.00 a Year. AJJVUJllTJLSKRS Tim tlnnrna Itn . inrtrttrClr dilution lu Salem and Marto Cnnntr than any Falftn sewmn por. Sco our lUtf. HOFKR HROf Publisher. j AJr I X AJu JOURNAL VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 13'd ROLLING Several large invoices -Aud The New York Racket 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 BLOOK. Croquet Sets! All Values! : HAMMOCKS : Made by the Oregon State School for the Blind. Baby Car riafjes, new line, from $7.00 in values. Brooks & SALEM, NO! .NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAINS I NO SNAPS I NO RATE 1 But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figures. CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please. A, Buren & Son., B b . l NOW Lr-IfO I Plants. Nearly everything needs I 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. — 7 June 1894

o m ,' 9 1EE CAF1TAL JOURNAL. KJJHJHKKD DAILY, KXCK1T SUNDAY, OTtB Capital Journal Publishing Company IVwloMoe Block. lOommorcial Street. HOfER BROTHERS, Editort. iiiiy, by carrier, per moutb,- JO 60 JJ.lliy, uy man, pr jnir,. Wtoily.8 page, per year. .3.00 L THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1894. SUGGESTED COMMENT. Let us decorate. It was a landslide. The ticket. farmers endorsed the farmers' Cranks are at a discount in Oregon. Better straighten up young wan. There are only tbteo or four mei after the United (States senatorshlp ii Oregon. Farmers, remember, a good buttei cow must be bred. It is not a matte) of chance. Free wool and tarlfled woolens wl): wipe the Democratic party out of exic ence this fall. Salem people will enthuse the las time for two years Saturday. Let it l well done. Cleveland Is probably not feeling bad at the downfall of his friend, the gov ernor of Oregon. The foremost question in politics t -day is that of tho proper government of cities. J. Slout Fassett. Governor Pennoy...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 June 1894

vfMMU'IW" , ' J7 'I ' ' ,'!? 6. mh wjn .ati-.fwiaSg, LINGUISTS IN CONGRESS. 6peccl.cs Cnn Ho Mado In Almost All Lan- cit.-icci In tho House. , . A man can got up in tho houso and wnko a speech in almost every modern langungo, not counting tho dead, with every assuranco of having an intelligent audience," said Representative Bar tholdt to n reporter. "I havo made no effort to gain an accurato kuowledgo on tho subject, lint speaking at random thcro aro at least 20 members who either speak or understand German. Williams of Mississippi studied at Heidelberg; Richards of Ohio, I think, at Toniii gen; Flynn of Oklahoma speaks Ger man readily, and McClcary of Minne sota, who used to bo a professor, mado a study of it. I am told that ono of tho Massachusetts members speaks it fluent ly. Fitch of Now York, who loft tho house but a short timo ago, studied at tho universities of Jena and Berlin and is a gifted German scholar. Shaw of Wisconsin also studied m Germany and nndeistands and speaks ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 June 1894

4prtsgmw , jy'YJ'f 1 & ) TIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. HJWiMHBD DAILY, EXCEPT HUflDAY, BTTHC Capital Journal Publishing Company Postoffloo Block. JCommerclftl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. lijlly, by carrier, per months I)lly, by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 page, per year, t0.60 8.00 1.60 THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1891. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM, Or. dw Strong's I BREAD ! : : : : BREAD ! BEST BREAD INTHECITY $1,00 - - - - 50c - - - - 25c 10c Westacott & Irwin, 271 Commercial Stree'. LITTLE LO0AL8. D. G. Yorty, of Independence, wm lu tbe city today W. A. White, ol Whlteftker, was In ttao city today. Will Bennett, Rogers and Gilbert Blurt ed last evening iu a skill for Portland, to bco tho high water and And employ ment Wm. Sullivan of Mill City, J, P. CaseofElkhorn, and W. T. Fos ter of Gates, loyal Bantlani cltlzonp, returnod homo today. Johnny Hol land returned to Jefferson today. Mlse Auua Breyman came up from Portland thtB morning. Jo. Hlrsh- bsrg, of Indep...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 June 1894

-ti ifi - - --T4wwAir q 'ywy vw I Ml TILE I O'T DAILY B6 Ots a Month by Kf all Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent whrn Tixnm 1b Out. $3.00 a Year. CAPITAL a-dy-kutisers JOURNAL. Tlie louma Tin I nrrer Hi- . culntloa In Salem and fearta County than nny Enlem newsy nr. oeo nur llata, IIOFEK HKO Publisher. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, i94. IAILV EDiriOxN. NO. J 33 TT" t SfcljSBS! 4 fr 1 GRAND ASSIGNEE'S OF MILLINERY. Mrs. M. S. Skill' has assigned her entire stoc'k 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, A.t Your Own Price All Sales for Casti. B. 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 tpoth brush, only 5c, I just paid 10c for one not as good. And this is your TEN CENT Counter? WHAT AN ASSOKTMENT ! Here is Bixby's...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 June 1894

f fw fra-" Hj;pfi'to'fx f.,dfw'rm yfH ? TIE CAPITAL JOURSAL. fOaUBHKD DAILY, RXCE1T BUM1AX, Capital Journal Publishing Company rVMtoffioe Block. IQonitnercUU Street. ItOFEK BROTHERS, - - - Editors. ijjly, by cairler, per mouth. IOK 3.00 1.6C DM! 'mill, iiagea, per year, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. SUGGESTED COMMENT. Peunoyer was drowned out by honest people's votes. It waa a good year to be on the Be publican ticket. Pullttoe and religion cannot bo kej t tot) fnr apart. Every vote in Lord's plurality will be worth $00 to Oregon within u yeai. Cburch and state must forever r uwln divorced In a free country. The national bun km wuu u great vl lory In congress when tlio bill to repei. fc ie state bank tax was rtefr ated. Strawberries and Bupubllcan ma J ill ties are vlelng with each other in slz In Oregon this year. Both nro who, -prs. That mule O. B. Moorea talked nbou last Saturday night died from too big i load of the truth. Tbut'a what kllle. Pennoyer. Editor Flagg, who waa a candidal fo...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 June 1894

csioT-Hrp "TTwi "srp'T i "P&W 3 WORD HISTORY. Peck was onco only a poke or bag. Farewell means mayyou fareor travel well. Taboo ami tattoo are of Polynesian origin. Broadcloth took ita tiarao from its un tisnal width. Jloleskin is bo called from its smooth surface, like the skin of a mole. Idiot onco meant a child and was used in an affectionate style of address. Gauze is believed to have this name becauso It was first made at Gaza. Daisy is the day's oyo or the eye of day, a name applied to this flower be causo or its rancieo rescmumnce to the sun. Foxglove is a corruption of folks glove, the allusion being to the fairies and to the resem bianco to the finger of a glove. Carat is a standard of gem weight be cause carat seeds or the seeds of the coral flower were used to weigh dia monds. Bank was onco tho bench which money changers set out in tho market placo of Venico on which to display their piles of change. Treacle once meant an antidote for poison; then u sweet liquor used ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 June 1894

- i "' wwiflpniw1 TIE CAPITAL JODBSAL rUUUBUED DAILY, EXCEPT BUNDAV. BY THK Capita! Journal Publishing Company IVMtotnoe Block. JUoinmerclal Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editor. luily, by carrier, per month,- -tOft 3J vauy.or man, it -Weekly, 8 pages, per year l FBIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLM AN BLOCK. BALEM. Or. dw RICHEST AND BEST. New York Ice Cream I TO BE HAD ONLY AT Strong's! Westacott & Irwin 271 Commercial Street. LITTLE LOCALS. Mies Myra Albert has finally beei able to get home, after a long Jelay on tho Canadian Pacific by the high water. Geo. Meyers and Leo 8telntr took In the high water at Portland yes terday. Mrs. Win. England, who wan seeing the high water sights of Portland yesterday, came up on the Altona. Mrs. Geo. B. Downing start for 'Frisco tonight, not yesterday as reported. Illuminations and deco rations ore tho order of the day in Balern, The Methodists cleared their church debt. Qrannls is a success as a llnancler, but Bhulse...

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