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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 December 1894

Wf -j Li'aJSlSBS1SUSSB'YsaSJ k r r cents PER MONTH BY MAIL. ' ' ' ' ' VOL. 7. JOuRNAJL OOXINTY OtfFIClAI, PAPJBB. hTJ DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, ib4. DAILY EDITION. NO. CAPITAL I Efi f I P. I I i MILLER' CHRIST FOR THE fipY i J. J, 111 J LIME, And All i'ii1 '1' .'h I V ,1 r-C --vrrj, 'i'.' nsi-'.v aikuvvvv Si Ml III CEMENT, BUTILDING -a 95 STATE ST. BE SURE AND CALL AT THE T- Union Bargain Str ' ' AN.DSEE THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF T ,-, ,- r w 1 XT TOYS. DOLLS, FANCY GOODS. a ii.iimo TWi.rntPri f 'lima in tact nresents for the old and youug. In addition jo the most complete holliday stock they r . ... . ' . ii ., - if XT-... tlals, all at prices to suit me umeH. nwiumi "" Shoes 45c to COc. Ladles' Shoes 00c. Artificial Teeth m INSERTED Without Plates. The Willamette Hotel. 5 A INC HOTOI, OF TH 9VPY. u: nmQ iiirftl MEIeotrlo curs leave hotel for all ib putron. , Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery N. W. Cor, State ai?d jeftv t .. nTiHi REDTRONT livery sta...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 December 1894

HT"y t , m- v. u ,vtmiwiMmm!mmrweiing,mlniM,Mitmmm ihwim WWM4WJB 1 THE CAPITAL JOURNAL (DAILY ANO WKKKI.Y.) 'frgw jW a: ii)ijiiwiinimiii' J3Y HOKECR. BROTHBR3. MONDAY, DEO. 10. 1894. PAR WESTERN REFLECTIONS And" Weekly Review of Now Books and Periodicals. Ml new publications will be promptly re viewed In tbt llfswrv depm-nent of th IM.i.1 and Wkkklv capita .JoUknal ''Trilby" was noticed from time to tlii a In tbeao columns us It appeared in Harper's mint lily, of which periodical for 1391 It wii tuo feature. Now cornea th 3 story In huk fjroi, 401 clear pages with 160 Illustrations by tho author, Du Maurler. The most eminent critics agree that this is tho master piece of any Euglish Action that bus seen the light In this stupid prosaic last half of the 19th century. H. H Boyeson in the December Cosmopoli tan says: "No man, unless he is a prig, makes moral reflections while reading Trilby," and he speaks of the rich, tender, manly and altogether loveable personality, (of the author,)...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 December 1894

rHmlt'm(WmJy, nnffpwij ..1'ft- PALPITATION OF THE HEART. Shortness of Breath, Swell, ing of Legs and Feet. "For about four years I was trim bled with palpitation of t We! shortness of breath nnd Bwcllimj or the legs and feet. At times I would faint I was treated by tho bcitphy. fin raDT teWf ' 4' WithnSS. a&Jttsiy?tSa1,,w' Dr. Miles' Heart Cure also his Ncrvo and Liver Pilk At. tcr Umnnma to take them I fell better! I continued faking them and I am now in better health than for many ye'uu oinuu my recovery jl nave ga ncd fifty pounds fn weight. I hopo this statS- millcre1?. " t0 sorac I)0or An,;8UTT0N' w,iys Stat'". Oa. Dr. Miles' Heart Ouro Is hold on a rxwitlvn Kuiiranleo that tho first bottlo will "henoUt All druKBlHtasyll Until. 0 bottles forT.or It will lio sent, propi id, on rocolnt of nrin t.v the Dr iiuu'a Medical cJ.,m) Pi. J. W. SHAFFER, (BiirreHkor lo rtlmller A 0 aik), 1)1 Al.EK IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS VKHIGLKM, WINDMILLS, l'UMI'S AND i:xi'KAH. A full llneof Corvn...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 December 1894

THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKLY.) BY HOimR BROTHERS, MONDAY, DEC. 10. 1894. Story o'i tho Biblo. IInrvn.nl it Vnlo Football Geographical Games. Musical Letters. Literary Salad. Pegity. Migration. Chivalry. Tox. Barnum's Circus. Cats & Mico. Trip Trap. Besides, Halma. Parch esi. Authors. Blocks. Dissiectod Maps. Cut up Animals Ect. P. S. DEARBORN, Bookseller. Tho Mlnistors' Meeting. The regular meeting of tho Balem Ministerial association was held at 10:30 a. m. today. Hovs. Oranuls, Biwersox, Hartman, Adams, Kugg, Shulse, Gould, Templeton aud Sinclair wero present. Rev. IJowersox rend an Interesting paper, which was discussed Rev. Oraunls presented a resolution opposing granting of a saloon llcenso to Win, Anderson. Tho resolution was adopted aud Xlov. CJranniB was ap pointed to lay the resolution heforo the city council at Its next session. Attention, The-' street commls iDhsloner and chief of police complain that bulntss people are careless about sweeping papers and rub...

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 December 1894

- w ,u J ' fm ' W " ... i I m.-m ar cents PEIt MONTH BY MAIL. VOL. 7. JOURNAL. COTJMTY OK'tflCiAX. PAPER. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER U, itt4. DAILY EDITION. NO. & a a a wwi , YOU HAVE HEARD OF THE NEW YORK IUCKET. They havo marked their holiday gonua 10 sou, noi to Keep over. They have a fine lot of dolls, picture books, games, work boxrH, dressing cafes, al- minis, biiKH ami nneu iiandKircmeru; aud many uovelties. K.T.BARNES I Ml LIME, CEMENT, SAND, And All Butilding Material. 95 STATE ST BE SURE AND CALL AT THE XJnioa Bargain Stor AND BEE THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF iiOLLIDflY TOYS. DOLLS, FANCY GOODS. Albums, Decorated Chin-In fact presonts for the old and young. In addltloi to the most complete holllday stock they have all lines of staple and suhslan tlals, all ut prices to suit the tlmeH, New lot of Shoes to suit all, Cl,llilr.!V, ' HIioph -loo to 00c. Ladles' Shoes OOis, M. J. MA'IrON. Artificial Teeth m INSERTED Without Plates. Roots and with Nothing e...

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 December 1894

m WPK IT T 19$ HFRW 'i-IT yp- " n THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WEEKLY.) BY KOPBR BROTHERS. TUESDAY, DEC. 11, 1894. EVERY WORD OF IT TRUE. "Tbe people of Oregon would like lo as the 400 convict at the stale peni tentiary put to work. Since tbe legis lature two years ago the prisoners have had nothing to do but take regulai walks around the prleou yard, and the Institution which costs the taxpayers about $00,000 has earned absolutely nothing. The question of road build Ins by convict labor was agitated two years ago, but of late we have heard nothing of- It. Oregon needs lota of work done on her roads and If some means of properly guarding tbe prison ers could be thought of, road making would bcltbe most appropriate work the prisoners could be put al. At all events our next legislature should ter minate this period of pernicious idle ness." The above from the Salem Indepen dent, including the headline?, is mis leading to say the least. About two hundred prisoners have been employed...

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 December 1894

mmmmS iljfi&mm i LA.TE NEWS HEMS. Tliu child of J-0. Hulea and wlfo pdlid while Hules anil wUh wero asleep Uunion county uldur Is ou tnn In nearly every town In the Sound couu try. Blind atuggerB Is rampant In the Syg'i river dlitrlut u'id tin iy udtlu are dying. A $10,000 damage Milt has been lifullntit ....... t .. ..1 1. . . uinuKui,ni:uiiii me in. i'. icy. com pany at Kulunia. The thermometer went down to w thin live degreed of zero at Gilliam :Lu.,ltt3t Sunday. Corvnllls has been vainly lookimrfor tlio $8000 river Improvement which Ip'ifsed the last congress. Eastern Oreou flportsmon will sub- Imit a new uame law to the Oregon jj0ftiMiaiure mis winter. The I'amhill bridge has been securely Innchored to trees with iron rods to pre vent It being washed away. Ji urs are unusually plenty In Curry Ccoui ty. Tiie woods are full of them fand trappers are reaping a rich harvest The home of W. Gray, that burned ho the ground last weel-, was rebuilt by the neighbors. It was a Thanks ...

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 December 1894

iniwHuTDtuWTOjliiiiiiiriMliiliiifcrHi, "irta.:itlFf'fi'nn'Tgl,J ft--- "- - MHmHUlWIll'i mi -V -' v W.!rrivvqp-W -!-w mPnj- rsgiWKWSww .. :l H. I 0 I. I' 1 nil m f THE CAPITAL JOURNAL (DAILY AND WKEKLY) BY HOKESR BROTHERS. TUESDAY, DEC. 11, 1801. Story of the Uiblo. Harvard it Yale Football Geographical Games. Musical Letters. Literary Salad. Pegity. Migration. Chivalry. . Tox. Barnum's Circus. Cats & Mice. Trip Trap. Besides, Hal ma. Parchesi. Authors. Blocks. Dissiected Maps. Cut up Animals Ect. F. S. DEARBORN, Bookseller. PERSONALS. E. O. CHUner returned from Albany this morning. Geo. Collins and wife are In Port land for a day or two. Mr. J. B. Stump and family go to Monmouth this evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fry were passen gers for Portland this mornlDg. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson went to Portland on the afternoon train. Attorney J. A. Carsgn weut down to Portland on the morning overland. Attorney General Geo. IS. Chamber lain left for Dallas today via Corvallis. Supt. Flemi...

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 December 1894

LB CENTS PER MONTH 31 Y MAIL. VOL. 7. JOURNAL. 1 AJLj CJOUETT PAPJEB. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON", WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ltf, l&i4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 89 CAFF MILLER'! punioj FOR THE 1 1 WKii .. J. J. LIME, 'hi., il - r ll"1,, ktwsm sfiuiUiTiv i.:. U I '" "' ' .II..." ' mii".v:, ';. ' -wv . .i - S1LEJV CEMENT, BUTILDING And All 95 STATE ST. ttiE&j&rsr Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. N. W. Cor. State and Liberty Sts, SALEM QREGON BE SURE AND Union Bargain Store AND 8KI2 THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY TOYS. DOLLS, FANCY GOODS. Albums. Decorated Cluna-ln tuct presents for tho old und young, I" addition to tliu most complete holllduy stock they have all lines of staple ui d Hultuii ttulB, nil at prices to suit tlio limes. Njwlotof Bhoea U su't ul1, blldren's Hhoes 45o to G0i, LsdleB' Bhoea 00c, M. J MAIrON Artificial Teeth. INBKHTKD "Without Plates. Hoots tiwl with Nothing v iirv " m i x a rf (...

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 December 1894

t- r"" -"'iwy? t(V?i,"v-'"'" .1 U i THE CAPITAL JOURNAL (DAILY AND WKKKLY.) BY HOPER DROTHIIR3, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22 1894. VALLEY LOCAL NEWS. NORTH HOWELL I'KAIIUE. MlHdJonnlo Norwood, who Is atny Ing at Salem, visited nt liome lust week. Mr, Moon late of Mlnnemitn, l veil ing IiIh brother, tho taw mill man of this jihco. Itcv. Itiyal laa cuaUtft'd IiIb appoint ments from the t ceo ml aud foil nh Suaday'i, to those of the llmt aud third. Tho Tnauksglvlnz and donnllon ttr ylces at tho M E. church were well at tended and a success in eycry way. The sermon won preached by Jt v. II. V. Elwortby of Woodburn, wluiiHwtll and favorably known hero having once been a teacher for a number of terns in the school. The last meeting of the debate was seriously broken Into by Inclement weather and the absence of the presl dent. However,the question wus dis cussed pro and con by tuose who were present. A pleasant party at the residence ol J. H. Baughman, In honor of their fcon Winter, was held last Fr...

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 December 1894

w;? a GHOSTS OF THE SEA. SAILORS DHEAD TO SEE THE SHIPS THAT NEVER SAILED. An OM Salt Trll, nf HI, , Ir,t i:xporIonoo vun n i-nniitom Slilp Wlillo a Tcrrl. mn iiurrirnim Ilo-vU It With All fiaiu Bet. Hlle i:nlly lliosotnlni of thoHliip, that never camo back an Bad cuough, 1,ut it's the Blip that never went out, the ghosts of the eon, that givo tho Pallor ninn a r o n fr Mnir wlion tin ... u ., ' IUOIU HOI V.i..,. t.-vnvw nro rolling high and tho vIucIh nro fringing funeral songs." The hpcakir w:n Unto Bob Ailing Who bus followed tho en as boy and man fur nearly fio years. Surrounded by a .roup of iutucstetl listeners in tho public room of tho Sailors' Happy homo in South strcot, Mato Bob, as nil tho Bailors call him, wtw tolling stories of mrnngo mgnis tlint ho has witnessed at Fca. Ailing ia now mato of a constwiso fish, 1 1 ? rohooiicr, but in tho old days ho t-ni 'd in fonioof tho largest trading ships ...... ..u xiiuugi'sc wnaiers tJint over unucii out 01 an American tho stnrs a...

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 December 1894

'WJP?H'7 T" " ( THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKr.Y.) i' ' " . i . BY HOFCR BROTHERS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1894. II) 0 Story of the Bible. Harvard ifcYnlo Football Geographical Gnmea. Musical Letters. Literary Salad. Pegity. Migration. Chivalry. Tox. Barnum's Circus. Cats & Mice. Trip Trap. Besides, Halma. : Parchesi. Authors. Blocks. Dissiected Maps. Cut up Animals Ect. F. S. DEARBORN, Bookseller. pn PERSONALS. Suerifl John Knight is in Woodburn this afternoon. City Attorney H. J. Bigger is in Woodburn today. Attornoy J. A. Carson was in Wood burn today on business. C. P. Bishop, of the Woolen Mill Store, is in Portland. Col. Robert Thompson returned to Portland this morning. Rev. P. C. Helzler went to Portland on the afternoon train. W. Q. Weatacott is in Portland, going down this morning. A. K'ela returned this morning from a business trip to Albany. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Small went to Albany on the morning local train. M. Klluger and eon were passengers for Canby, on tho mor...

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 December 1894

-mmmm iii yiw mmiiixi u3 oAki-wtf xsftfa 4 n "T " ? Uff CENTS PER MONTH BY MAIL. COTTNTY o 'arioiAi, XAPER. r new n " "P4 CAPITAl, JlBl jrvrTPATAf VOL. 7. '! . DAILY EDITION. -YOU HAVE HEARD OF THE- SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER la. JLS94. DAILY EDITION. Tl Iff M II ACICET Tliey have marked their -o SC9lottofcfe,ln0tt0keepoVer- They OCCUPIED Taken by the Jananese Wlthrat Opposition. DO L.-L. PICTURE BOOKS S 9 THE JAPANESE AT PORT ARTHUR. More Cruelties Said to Have Been Practiced by Them. games, work boxes, dressing cases, albums, silk and many novelties. and linen handkerchiefs; HOSIERY Don't forget our line of AND TJNDERWKAR, Try our SHOES If you waat a pair for service. You can get a ,, , usulul present ua well as ornamental. I all and see. E. T. BARNES - 333 COMMERCIAL ST. SoL I IP 111 m CO., LIME, And All CEMENT, SAND, Butilding Material. 95 STATE ST, Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. N. W. Cor. Sta...

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 December 1894

t ),.i.f.lj' M?a Wi'l liu ilfcWM " I XA J "Vis u rv THE CAPITAL JODRIUL (DAILY AND WKKKLY.) BY HOKBR BROTHERS. THURSDAY, DEC. 13. 1894. COMPARISONS AKB ODIOUS. The flrst quarter of a year uuder the Havemeyer tariff ended November 28. The results must be most dlscouragiog to Us friends, if It have any. There li is been a constant deficiency. In no period have re&lpU been equal to ex penditures. The receipts uudcr tho new law dur i ng the quurter are stated by a corres pondent of the New York Tribune to be $01,684,370. During the same period the expenditures were 102,841,178, This is certainly not a pleasant showing for congress to consider. The deficiency In three mouths has been (31,240,702. At the same ratio the yearly deficiency presses closely on $125,000,000. A brief comparison between the operation of the old and new law fur nishes food for thought. The MoKIn ley law went Into eilect October 1.1K90. Incorporations during Its first quarter were confined to nearly the name or...

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 December 1894

. .-gSTST 7.?jMBWWa immBgl6BlKmim$i niiiu i LOVE IN MASQUERADE. I drcnmcd that Lovo cnmo knocking At your door one winter night Whllo tho specter trees were rocking In a blast of Bavage blight. "Oil, I pcrlshl" poor Lovo pleaded. "Opo tho door, for Lovo's dear sake." But nlthoush you heard nnd heeded Still no answer would you mako; Not ono word of sweet replying Would your haughty lips havo said Even if Lovo had lain there dying, ' Even if Lovo had lain thero deadl Then I dreamed that Lovo o'crruled you, For in tenderest voice ho cried, "Nay, dear lndy, I sadly fooled you, ' Blnco I om not Love, but Pride." And you straightway oped your portali, With o merry and w clcomo nod, To that wiliest of immortals, To th.it masquerading god. Ah, you oped your portals lightly, Not for Lovo's but Prido's dear sake Yrt, O lady, if I dreamed rightly, Lovo soon taught jou your mistakol -EdgarTawcctt In Century DROPPED FROM THE CLOUDS. How tho Iluca Horso IVytonln Won S800 I'or I.lttlo 3IIs Lowrcy....

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 December 1894

Wri i mr kftvia. w THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND W'KKKJ.Y.) BY HOFER BROTHERS. THURSDAY, DEC. 13. 1894. Story of the Bible. Harvard & Yale Football Geographical Games. Musical Letters. Literary Salad. Pegity. Migration. Chivalry. Tox. Barnum's Circus. Cats & Mice. Trip Trap. Besides, Halrna. Parchesi. Authors. Blocks. Dissiected Maps. Cut up Animals Ect. F. S. DEA11B0RN, Bookseller. PERSONALS. Jo. Aiken went to Portland tbia af ternoon. E. T. Judd, of AuuiBville is in the city today. Hon. 0. W. Fulton, of Astoria, ia In the city today. Mayor J. C. Smith and A. B. Hud dlcson of Joileraon are In tho city. J. S. Van Wlukley, of Albany, waB registered at the Willamette today. SlierlH John Knight was a puBuen ger for Portland on the morning ovor' land. Dr. It. Cartwrltjht waa In Portland today, going down on the morning train. Roy. lf. II. Gwynne went to Leb anon today for a week's vlalt on church buHtneaa. Mrn. Aralhuaa Wright waa today brought from Portland uud committed to t...

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 December 1894

E...:i i , - ' fr f mil IBBBBBBBBBBBBBiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBiBBBBBBBBBBHiBHVIiiBBBBBBBBBBBBl aft GE&T.1 ' PER MCKNTir BY MAIL. JOURNAL. coins tt OU'PIOlAi i?APJBK. CAPITAL VOL. 7. MILLER'S Unnlol Vino FOR THE '...'. nr1!. i w.-w . i i .. J. J. A 'ii !.' r i'v I "Ik "& m it if in co LIME, And All 95 STATE ST. GKE&jSLTEr Hardware, Wagons, Carts, Road Machinery AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Latest Improved Goods and Lowest Prices. H. W. Cor. Stale and Liberty Sit. . -- - SALEM OREGON Mi SURE AND CALL AT THE Union Bargain Store AND BKIS THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OK HOLIDAY TO VS. DOLLS. Alliums. Decorated Chum -In fact iiresents for Hie old and young. In addition to lliu most complete holllday stock they tluls, all at prices o suit the times. New HhiM'B i lo OOo, Ldles' Shoes DOo, Artixiciai x J N BERTH I) Without Plates, Hoots mid with r Nothing 'fefcifc4.tA u m&h 1 1 ibNUJ't tf?Tfl J mn j vwt nwi ,-.-....---. A J VwvVm ovoi G my linw. Tbe Willaiwtte Hotel. WCAUIK HOT!...

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 December 1894

...j. ww) mtajyjfjmmijfflifwvtwf' ? r THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (UMIA AND WKKK1.Y.) BY HOFBR DROTHERSi FllTDAY, DEO. 14. 1891. AGAINST FOOTIULIi. The faculty of the State university has passed an order Hint It will en deavor to prohibit the game of fooball n xt year. The plan la to havo rt meet ing of all college presidents In the state with one representative student from each college, lo dcci.lf whether the game be supprtH.i-.l all over the stale and, If not, to formulate more humane ru'es for regulating the game-. The game billed for EugeDO December 16th, between the Monmouth normal school and the Htato university learns, hi b been declared off, and also nnotuer, ar ranged for between the second 11 of the State unlveislty andtheDraln uormalc, who were to play on the same date. The Corvullis Times says It is stated that the Forest Grove university boy have declined to play football with tLe O A C team next Saturday. Football and athletic sports are tl e only loopholes of escape for a l...

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 December 1894

mw yPWiiinanifrijfrtuniif. wmm PY -r )IKAliT()FNAlOLEON. 11 .'Af. SYMPATHETIC AND GUIDED A POfcTIC NATURE. Uo Wns Klntl nnl Comldrrnto ni lie WM llntTo Iteecnt Testlinnny For Thin SI tin of tlio On at Bcilttlcr Cliarnctcr, Which IIrh Ntrt, Alrr llicn Itcnignlrt'il. Sjionkliig of Napoleon's boyhood, 0110 ho known whereof ho speaks says: "In his school days tho '(-rand lionimo' pnvo ninny indications of tho vcryqual ihos which procured for him tho Bpleii did miccpsh which 1ms brought him ov crlaHtiiiB fnuie. His lovo of discipline, order mid power wns shown by tho manner in which ho contiolltd his t-cliooliuntos and constituted himself thoir loader, teaching them tlio art ol war in niiiuio battlop, coiifitructing forts and battlonicnts of fhow in tho play ground in which many a ilerco engage mout was fouglit and won, with snow Mils for cannon balls and ico pellets for shot. It is recorded that ho under took to reform tho laxity of tho college rules and regulations by addressing n lett...

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 December 1894

Is, t THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKLV.) rtt-irtrr-fifrktVnK! riw'n"jn-i'rjOjV''Fa' $k BY HOFER BROTHERS. FlUDAY, DEC. 14,. 1801. Jagr 5 fie ki0 ! cd 2 I W wgu nrl QQ ino cd I I b 5S s i5 $ Hfr I wff 4 2 p-5 i fcrW'W PERSONALS. Trof. Z. M. Paryln went to Albany today. , J. 0. Johnson went to Albany this morning. W. E. McElroy and wife are In Portland. Senator Fulton returned to Portland this afternoon. Mrs. J. l'l nicer ton of Chernawa was in tho city today. Manager F. R. Anson went to Port land tills afternoon, John IirooUs, tho Btato street drug gist, is reported quite ill at his home. Mrs, I), Harms was a passenger tor Portland on the Altona this morning. Miss Ida Llnvlllo went down to x'ort Inud on tho steamer Altona this morn lug. Agent Bmlth, of the Altona, Ih nt points up the river in tho interest of Ills boat, Miss Murlo Vumlerfcol left today, for Lebanon, where alio takes part In un tiiitortaliimoiit, Landlord A, I, Wagner is spending the day at Portland, In (ho inter...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
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