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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 9 June 1894

TCf T&5H$r 3n- r CAPITAL THE ONE CENT DAILY. JOUR OITY ornoiAL PAPER. VOL. 1. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 134 m -NAJj " i i . OILING Severn! large invoices -And TheNewYorkRacket ROLLING OUT Rapidly in the hands of our satisfied customers. You cau't afford to miss the bargains we are offering in all lines. E.T.BARNES, CASH BLOCK. Croquet Sets! All : HAMMOCKS -. Made by the Oregon State School for the Rlind. Baby Car riages, new line, from $7.00 in values. Brooks SALEJf, NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY -:- WE HAVE NO 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 Fruits ! Call and see them. J. RUBINSTEIN, $16 SPRING SUITS made ing and Repairing. F. W. SETTLEMIERl J. H. 8ETTLEMIER ESTABLISHED 18G3. (T THE WOODBURN NURSERIES! Have the largest and most complete assortment of FRUIT and SHADE TREES, EVERGREENS, ROSES, SHRUBS, CL...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 9 June 1894

"."1 "f" fafcfy vf Wr R a THE CAPITAL JOIMAL. JPUB1J8ME1) DAILY, KXCK1T 8UMDAY.. BT THK Capital Journal Publishing Company Potofflod Illock. ;OommorclM Street IIOFER BROTHERS, Editors. 1) illy, by carrier, per month, lny, by mall, per year, Wecfcly, 8 pages, per year, JOXO SATURDAY, JUNE 0, 1804. SUGGESTED COMMENT. A flood and n cyclone and the biggest Republican vote ever Bcored all 1l 1894. The boom of Thk Onk Cknt Daiij still continues. It la the favorite of tbt people, The Democrats will contest the dec tlon of Prank, the Republican candl date for mayor. The Rose show Ih tuo annual even every true Salomlte feels a person b pride In sustaining. Topullst Idolutry of Pennoyer as n re former was the greatest mistukc a purt ever made with Its oyes open. Twenty-five cents a mouth will glvi you tho best paper In the world for month Tub Onk Cent Daily Jooi. nal by mall. Mr. Raley's coulldeut prediction thu ho would come down to Multuouml county with 1500 plurality seeim. t havo gone out...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 9 June 1894

wjHpiijww'i'W1 i - "-v V -vt ' w - -n ft -- f -V -J "- TMRf; s. CIRCUIT GOUBT DOCKET, The Oases Set for Trial on Monday, Juno 11th. 1 Schuyler Hue, insolvent; J. F. T. B.Hrentano, assignee; assignment. 2 Frank 0. Baker vs. Eric Anderson ; perfect title. 3 J. 0. Brown & Co., insolvent; J. A. linker, assignee; assignment. 41'. II. Easton, insolvent; II. P. JIc Nary, insolvent; assignment. 6 M. M. Ellis vs. F. J. Ford ; action for money. 6 Mary A. Hoen vs. W. 0. Riggs; ejectment for possession of real property. 7 H ncss Bros.vs. Allen & Smith and Searlo & Dean; action for money. 8 Sn'ell, Heitshu & Woodard vs. H. W. Cox; action for money. 9 Thos. Taylor vs. Mctzger & Mes senger; action for money. 10 Arnold Wink vs. Clarence Brown et al ; foreclosure. 1111. D. Northwood vs. Ellen M. Farnsworth ; foreclosure. 12 Allen & Lewis vs. W. II. Shields et al ; action for money. 13 Thos. J. Ford, insolvent; AV. C. Dey, assignee ; assignment. 14 Dorrance Lumbering Co., inso...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 9 June 1894

"V , u .up j ii w wnf MP WjiHgljf MJW ' ' "liV v r ' V" p w W m. i F t" & i i; jL-'1- 15! THE CAPITAL JOURSAL. PUBLISHED VAlhY, KXCK1T HUW1JAV BTTHJt Capital Journal Publishing Company Postofflce Block. jCommerclal Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editort. 1 ally, by carrier, per month, lmlly.br mall, per year, JtOU WeeKiy, page, per j. SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1804. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. ii1 HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM. Or. A HIGHEST AND BEST. New York Ice Cream I TO BE HAD ONLY AT Strong's! Westacott &!lrwin, a' 271 Commercial Street LITTLE LOCALS. Fine Oregon mists continue and lot of hay is down. Indications are foi finer weather,but Oregon Juuo weatbei is uncortaln. Marion Klghtllnger of South Salem BUjIera from a severe cu of one of his hands The quarautlui aiaiust Mr. A. Buib's heard of Gueru 8)y cattle has been raised by order ol the state veterinarian Rev. D. N Molnturff, ot Eugene, is In the city fo a few dayB.. A real estato man ol Silom advertises that after ten days m...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 11 June 1894

l. fW-liT ir" mihTT' rJps-: 6ftf CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. the vjxxJl 1 1 xxIj J 7 U JtvlN x X ONE CENT DAILY. j. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE Al 1&94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 134 5S5PfejSHBKJV GRAND ASSIGNEE'S 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 A.t You.r Own Price Sales for Cash.. K. WILLIS, Assignee. All SHOE SALE! Not a temporary cut in prices, but a real sacrifice Shoe Sale every day. Misses' Dress Shoe $1,25, worth $2.25. A largo stock of this line to be run off as above. Extra good 10c Socks, at 5c per pair. Turkey Eed Handkerchiefs, 6 for 25c. Ladies' Satine Waists $1.00, worth $2.25. Ladies Sat ine Waists 75c, worth $1.50, Cream Laces and Bibbons, at prices that will astonish you. UNION BARGAIN STORE, State street, near Court House. NO! NO!' ":- EMPHATICALLY -:- WE HAVE NO ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 11 June 1894

- tafTsr aBppfFHJW -T ,tZ m . fmi h THE CAPffAL JOMAL. P0BMSKKD DAILY, K?tiEFX HONUAY, nr thk Capital Journal Publishing Company Postofllce B'ock.JOommercUI Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. lially, by carrier, per month,. -toe .3.0 Dally, by mall, per year,. Week BKiy, i , 8 pages, per year,. 1JU MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1801. BUGUKSTKD COMMENT. The total vote lu Marlon county wa 6087., The vote stood 170 to 102 ogaintt state bank wild cat and red dog tnonej lu congress. Rev. F, J. Btrayer, formerly of S leni, is Evangelical preacher at HlhV boroaud Laurel. Judge Lord had 745 plurality Pierce In Polk county and 051 Galloway. ovei ov(r It wa a sad day for Democracy In Washington county when alio strut 1 hands with the People's party. Argt s Deal. The Democrats of Marlon coumj must feel lost without Gervals and Bui limlty holds. precincts, their old strooj The commencement exercises of tin State Agricultural college will occur oi Wednesday June 27. Rev. Rowlaui D. Grant will deliver the ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 11 June 1894

&Ea&fiBbQ(s g AN AMERICAN ACADEMY. Jnlea Simon, Jnlon Claretlo mill Zola Don't i i 1 11 i . The proposition to establish an Amen- can academy ana tho comments which it excited in tuo newspapers iiavo pro duced somewhat discordant echoes in Paris. Arepoiter of Tho Matin inter viewed some prominent men on tho sub ject. He begun with Jules Simon, who suggested inmiinerablu difficulties. "The French academy," ho said, "has for its aim tho preservation of tho ortho doxy of our language, which we consider complete, and in which we admit a new word only when it ia very expressivo or rendered necessary by tho discoveries of ecienco. Those authors who employ words or phrases which the academy has not authorized leavo themselves open to the reproach of not knowing their own toiisue. French is a closed language. Its form and vocabulary aro definitely fixed. English and German have not that char acter. They bend admirably to composed voids, and tho authors can permit them selves to indu...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 11 June 1894

w- i i I' h I ft TM CAPfFAL JOMHt. BBanHMQSaKSi i i ' F0BU8KKD DAILY. XXOKPT SUNDAY, BTTHI Capital Journal Publishing Company poriofflce B'ook.;Oommerclfcl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editorf. D iiy, oy cairler, per month,. D lly, by moll, por year,. Weekly, pages, per year, & ,a.a. i.w BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. Oar Circulation We Challenge Comparison With Any Newspaper Outside of Portland. GlKCULAriON EACH WEEK. Wsmct-irCAivrAL Joohxai.. 3,000 DAI1.T, saven city aua nuburbau catrlur rouu ... a,w Daily, tnall cirouUtltn,all prepaid llt, 4M Total weekly circulation I0,00i ADVERTISING HATES. Want ads. 3 lino 3 Inior Uon, M cU, Tbrne LtaHveIiue one woeSr.Woti. Ten lines otii week, 75 ct. This rale la either DAiiir o Looal readlnz notices 15 cH. per line each lusnrllon DAlhY or Wuckly, Husiutb looaU6ct.porlinolu DAir.yerWKKK y. Longer advertisements or couliacts b onth or year, payable monihty, spent tuutract rates mudo known ul bublnes onto, posl'itllco block . . Tsbms. All trannlont adv...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 June 1894

1 " " rrv JOURNAL. THE ONE CENT DAILY, uAxl X XJlJLj CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OKEGON, TUESDAY, JUNE ia io94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 135 && Jlllllkv KEH'S We Have to 1ST THAT LINE. The New York Racket Croquet Sets! : HAMMOCKS Made by the Oregon State School for the Klind. Baby Car riages, new line, from 7.00 in values. Brooks L SALEM, NO! NO! -:- EMPHATICALLY WE HAVE NO BARGAINS ! NO SNAPS! NO BATE ! But sell now as we have always done at the lowest possible figures. CARPETS and FURNITURE, sure to please. A, Buren k Son., 300 Commercial St Fruits ! NOW Call and see them. J. RUBINSTEIN, $16 SP RING SUITS made ing and Repairing. F. W. SETTLEMIKRl J. H. SETTLEMIKB ESTABLISHED 1803. (7 THE WOODBURN NURSERIES! Have the largest and iribst complete assortment of 3TRUIT and SHADE TREES, EVERGREENS, ROSES, SHRUBS, CLIMBING PLANTS, Etc., On the North Pacific Coast. We have 145 difTerentSvarieties of Apples, 1G7 of Roses and other stock in proportion. Send for Cata...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 June 1894

- 7 rs r c c T t lr t ' IT -t- '11E CAPITAL JOURNAL. l'UBMUIUSU 1M.1LY, KXOK1T UW. 11 r TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company ltoffice 11 oek. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editon. Utiiy, uy oairler.per montli,. 1) illy, by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year, I06I 3 00 TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1804. TUB QUESTION K MR FUTUKB. Tho two young men who uiadi speeches at the Itepubllcan rat 111 cat Ion at Salem Saturday Might did notagre la ttielr coaulmtous m to tho future nl the Populist party. Mr. Medina, tin eloquent senator from Multuouiah county, thought tho Populist parti would neyor agmu bo board of in Ore gon. Mr. Toozt?, of Wo idburn, thought it might bo heard from lu tho future n the Republicans did ii i mike a bettei record for thomsolvos In tho next legis lature. Ho Intimated pretty uroadl.v tun a failure to meet the Just ex pet t -tions of thu people in matters ot economy audrefoimu would give thi P-'oplo cause to Jranfer their votes t tin Populist or some otuer party a...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 June 1894

'"W5 'f?PT "1r v-fir - tWmfcnfrrffnrTyiTfi'ii'SVifr trer- THE ARTIST'S QUEEN. An nrtlBt onco gave to the canvas a face That tlic wIbo canio miles to eco. A lovcllKht glance In eyes till u-ilanco IIo bad caught in its subtlety. Ho had given a crown to tbo regal one And knights at her command, But the girllike mien was not of a queen, Though courtiers kissed her hand. And the critics said, as they gazed enrapt, That tbo rank of a quuen was not there, Though there never was such grace and such touch Or a faco more delicate, fair. And they hied to the artist and found that ho Was in quarters poor nnd bare. But he held to his heart tho counterpart Of a rustic maiden there. Detroit Free Preis. THE LESSON 0E LOYE. "Yannl" "Excellency. " "Hero." With bowed head and drawing ono foot after tho other slowly along tho ground as if to show great humility, the favorite huntsman of Prince Horostien ko entered tho nrbor whero his illustri ous master was wont to reposo after eat ing. "Approach, son ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 June 1894

,- gig'j ESft ,r L M cj ,t, m r,$ vjKHrtt) T ii T. IBS CAPITAL JOURNAL. TomsmnxD daily, exokm bdwday, BTTEX Capital Journal Publishing Company Ponlofflce B'oskr. .Commercial Street. '" """ ' """ '' ' HOfER BROTHERS, - - Editors. H illy, br carrier, per month,. JBUly.br mall, per year, JUHiy, uy man, por yw, Weekly, 8 pages, per year,. 8.ai XA BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. Oar Circulation We Challenge Oompartsoa With Any Newspaper Outside of Portland. CIKCUXA.TION BACK WEEK. Weekly Oai-itai. Jouhai. .-.3,000 Daily, seveu city aud suburban carrlr routm ......-- --' " Daily, mall circulation II prepaid lists, &x Total weekly circulation 10,001 ADVERTISING KATES. Want ads. 3 linen 3 Ituortlons.M cti. Tbri toflvelinei one week, W ct. Ten lines on. week, 75 cu. This rate U either DAILY oi VULreadln notice JSeti. per line each intnrtlon DAILY or wikkly. llusme locals 6 eu. per lino lu Daily -r Wkbki y. longer advertisements or epotiacu b month or year, payable monthly. spcclat uintract rat mad...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 June 1894

Jftor? WTHf- rrorr s,t c? THE ONE CENT DAILY, CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. y JLjLJL .JL J JljLjI YOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OltEGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1&94. DAILY EDITION". NO. 126 JOURNAL. lira SCHOOL REPORT. IlnnianB Society Submits Result of Its Labors, THE MANAGEMENT NOT SO BAD. But a Yory Ddvclivo llhime. Law Is to The Salem Humme society met at ! Rush's bank parlors at 3 p. m. to hear the report of the committee of Messr. Philbrook, Stump, and Booihby, on re ported abuses at the estate .Reform school. Dr. Philbrook read the report. Just as the committee stepped up to the bank subpoenas were served on them to appear before the grand jury, which has also takeu up the case. THE REPORT. , To the Honorable President and Mem bers of the Salem Humane Seciety: We, your committee, appointed to investigate the charges of cruelty made against the management of the Oregon State Reform school, bef( leave to sub mit to you the following repert: It has been the purpose of the com mittee to ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 June 1894

TiT-flT' T m m n u r,l i r ,i - m ctfim jooisil rWOJEXXD VMUT, MCBT etMTIAY. cms Capital JsomaT PubSsfcing Company HOFEB BROTHERS. - - - EfiJw. tiuar. trrcxrrhr. r WEDNESDAY, JUXE 13. IWL JBWIX AiO THL A- V. k. In no way did tbe S!etn and Prt UndA.P. A. niaolfrtt fejastlceaod folly w completely a la tUckiog G. 3L Inrlo, tfae RrjmWkaa cwlidt for state eoperinrendent of ebl He wm toe one elate official on the lit publican ticket slated to be icratchtd and bad it become mote generally known there would bave been an ln ose reaction In hU faror before ela tion day. As ll wji, bs will bare ore 12 plurality. If the blacklisting Irwin bad been in time, sad IU ui Uvea folly ucderd, together wit tbe animus behind tbe movemeu ;tinl Irwin, be won Id bave bad a immenae plurality, that be did d get. Tbe American protect! awxiatloo wae lmpo?d ufpi and made a tool of, b men wbo bare at time and frequeutl fattened al tbe Republican crib, abi wbo are ready to strike down any man wbo does not prove tr...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 June 1894

5 ? ,.-- 31J SERMON ON THE SEA. REV. DR. TALMAQE'S SUBJECT WAS "THE EXCITED GOVERNOR." The Apontlo Paul's Orcnt IHocnience llvfnrH Felix Clinging to Tliolr Sim "do Thy Way Tor This Time" The Convenient Season Is Ifoyr. Brooklyn, Juno 10. Rov. Dr. Tal niago, who is now speeding across tho Paoifio to Honolulu on his round tho world jouruoy, hns selected ns tho sub ject for sermouio discourso through tho press today "Tho Excited Governor," tho toxt being taksn from Acts xxiv, 25: "Felix trembled nnd answered, Go thy way for this time When I huvo n convenient season, I will call for theo." A city of marblo wai Ctcsarca wharves of marble, houses of marble, temples of marblo. This being tho or dinary architecture of tho place, yon may imagine something of tho splendor of Governor Felix's residence. In a room of that, palaco, floor tessellated, windows curtained, ceiling fretted, the whole sccno affluent with Tyriau pur plo and statues and pictures ami caiv ings, sat a very dark complexion...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 June 1894

H I P -. m W m cimol jourml. trOWUttHKO DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. BTTHK MM Journal Publishing Company roatofflce B'ock. lOommerclat Street. HJFER BROTHERS, - Editor. IMIiy, by carrier, per months J06f Wdjr.or IIIK1I, Hr J'r weexir, ,8 page, per year,. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. Owr Circulation We Challenge OMBjarison With Any Newspaper Outside of Portland. nfRCtir.A.TlON EACH WEEK. WmSaXTGAIVTAI. JoUIHAf,. 3,000 IUily. seven city nud suburban carrier Daily, mall circuUtlou,all prepaid lists, Vj Total weekly circulation 10.0 ADVEKTI8IKO KATES. WAUtad.Stlaee3 lnorllons,McU. Thrt. (0 Ave Hum one weei.SOcU. 'len line on-Te-,76cU. Uhls rate U either Daily o rendln notice 15ct. per line each inwirtlon Dailv or whtki.y. Husines loeevlsocu. per line lu Daily r Wkkk.y. lAHwer advertisement or coutracui n month or year, payable monthly, Hpecit, ton tract rales mado known at buslnes ulllct MtknOloe block- , rimMM. All tnimlent advertising, excep natter contract wltu Urmn or busluess rnou auieUy cash In...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 June 1894

tl'v CAPITAL JOURNAL. Unl n i I li n the ONE CENT DAILY. ' CITY OEFIOIAIi PAPER. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OHEGON, THURSDAY, JUNE X4, 1894. i)AILVr EDITION. NO. 137 J" w :TsT5"fEE 1 GRAND ASSIGNEE'S 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 All Sales for Cash, E, WILLIS, Assignee. SHOE SALE! Not a temporary cut in prices, but a real sacrifice Shoe Sale every day. Misses' Dress Shoe $1.25, worth $2.25. A large stock of tnis line to be run off" as above. Extra good 10c Socks, at 5c per pair. Turkey Red Handkerchiefs, 6 for 25c. Ladies' Satine Waists $1.00, worth $2.25. Ladies' Sat ine Waists 75c, worth $1.50, Cream Laces and Ribbons, at prices that will astonish you. UNION BARGAIN STORE, State street, near Court House. NO! NO! '-:- EMPHATICALLY -:- NO! WE HAVE NO BARGAI...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 June 1894

f M 'V ' THE CAPML JOPRMi. TOMMMMD DAIIiY, KXOKPX BUNDaV, BTTU f Cental Jwrnal Publishing Company Fefttoffloe Blook. ;Commerclftl street. HOfER BROTHERS, Editors. litMr, by carrier, per month,. W6r JJftliy, By man, pwr WeeJclr. pge, per yeur,. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1894. OUR CAYUSK COUNTY COURT. It la generally conceded that there wis sever a more conscientious official be lore the people of Marion county than County Assessor Colley. His word in a? good aa a bond with men who know him. He Is a man who renders honest, conscientious service and who oflends n man rather than not do his duty to th letter. He has been treated to a dose of J ldge Hubbard's reform, and Tuesday appeared beforo the court to protest against a violation of its agreements with him. As usual io such casea, the OJtyuee court got out of a tight place by a oouvenlently defective memory, but ti the embarrassment of the chief Jut tlce of the county court, Cotuniis sinner Anderson, remembered all About It. Mr. Coffey had...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 June 1894

jyyjSltl! TOO MUCH. All II" Could Stand Wan llelng Thrown Down Four Time. A Detroitur who was over 011 the west shoro of Lnku Michigan last weak wanted toiKWthiinsolf on tho fruit pros pects, and Hurting a man at n railroad htation who appeared to bo a resident of the. locality ho introduced himself and inquired: ' "Could you toll mo what tho pros pects of thu applo crop are in this coun ty?" "1 could, but I won't," bluntly re plied tho man. "Excuso me, but I thought you might answer a . civil question. You wouldn't toll mo about poaches, would you?" "Not a blasted thingl I don't keer a durn whether wo aro goiutohov 1,000, 000 bnshola or only a peck." "I see You havo no information as to strawberries, I hupposo?" "Not a wordl Mcbbo thar's goin to bo carloads, and mobbo you couldn't find as much as a blossom. " "I havo heard that it was likely to bo a poor season for fruit." "Can't help what yon'vo heard about tho season. " "Woll, you might toll mo about wheat and grass," said tho Do...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 June 1894

a , l; . fc-i I ; THE CANTAL JOURNAL. JW1MU0KKD DAILY, KXCKIT SUNDAY, STTXUs Capital Journal Publishing Company Poatofflce Block. Commercial 8 treat. HOf ER BROTHERS, Editorr. tmlly, by carrier, per month,, irtrtly. by mall, per year, -Wfr -8C( Ut Week g page, per year, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1804. Westacolt & Irwin will servo a fltii 25 cent dinner today, with stniwberrle and Jersey cream, from their own dalrj Where is there a place in Oregon thu can compete with thut? 2S2 LITTLE LO0AL3. Rev. B, 0. Adams and wife weir greeted pleasantly at their elegan" home on Court street, by a circle of frienda Tuesday evening, on the occap Ion of their fourth wedding nnnivei sary. Births: To the wife of Franl Conover, of Corvallis, June 10th, i daughter. To the wife or W. H. Howd of Waldo Bills, May 20th, a daughtei May 12th, to the wife of Henry Keone, Balem, a son. i m Circuit Court Juno Tortn. p TWO VEKDIOTS. In the. cose of James Neil vs. A. 11 Rlokard, George Hatch, and J. H. Mil ler, defe...

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