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

wA" tow- tuuetmrnf ma(mtrrteir V S55 CENTS PEH MONTH ?Y MAIL. i rTiii iinrini 1 1 M , VOL. 7. TAL JO URN Al tJOTJ3STY U, O -'FICJ AlJ X'APEIJ. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER Jitf. j14. DAILY EDITION. NO. CAP! ----- ' Celebrating the Glories of Ibe -0 They have marked their holiday good to sell, have a fine lot of not to keep over. They L.-L.-S Yankeeland. ON THE FAR-OFF PACIFIC COAST. PICTURE BOOK! games, work boxes, dressing casta, album, silk aud many novelties. 5 and Jlttien handkerchiefs; -o- HOSIERY Don't forget our lino of AND TJNDERWEAR, Try our SHOES if you want a pair forspn ire. You can g't a useful present m well us uniuiueutal. ( all and beo. B.T.BARNES 333 COMMERCIAL ST. 1P11IT COL LIME, And All CEMENT, BUIILDING SAND, Material. 95 STATE ST. BE BURE AND CALL AT THE Union Bargain Store AND SEE THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS i TOYS. DOLLS, FANCY GOODS. Albums, Decorated (Jhina-ln lact presents for the old and young. In addition to the most eomp...

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

'"C''SSf."" 'Vjrt mmfimmmmmmm mm mm iimni mm umi juw wtwiiaiwjaaiwwiMBM! EkMwwni .. 9 THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKLY.) BY HOFECR. DROTHKRSi SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1894. Boss Gompers and Boes Powderly fefcad to go. It 1b a cold day for boeses ffromNew York to Cullfbruln. Astoria la a good town, but will bo a abetter when that railroad Is built from IBa'em to the sen. Salem la a towu that hue never bad a failure, has never gone back and If P going ahead at a right smart rate In the future. If the Oregon I'acifio Is sold to h right parties a branch will at once J built via. Motama, Salem and Aotorlc to the sea. Portland bossism will have abou worn Itself out and run Its last race in Oregon when the people got througl with it this time. If the people are not given a mtro liberal system of finance they may br driven to silver basis. When tbey gr to that they will go with a vengrance A Christinas tree for tho little onef should be on the bill of fare in every family Monday night. Thos...

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

-,. THE PATHOLOGICAL NOVELi Hciilcot via of tho Lntint fetieelnlly In Modern I'ictlon. fAinOug physicians "Tho Hoavenly dns" is looked upon not ns n litornrv aturo to bo judged by nrtistio stand. kls, but ns ft rondnblo loprosontntion symptoms Which fiumjust doiluitn itliologicnl conditions. 'Ships Tbnt Pass In tlio Nitrht" ii fclnilrnblo as n pulmonary record, nml FTlio Yellow Astor". affords an insiuhfc jto tho psychic phenomena resulting from neglect or natural Instincts ami lesircp, which, surviving tho nppropri ktu period of life, subsequently assert Ibi'iiiKOlvoB in tho form of belated mater- lull lovo and ox post facto philoprogcn- Itlvoness. As to Mrss narration's book, whilo vo find it usoful in tho profession for jits glimpses into refined sickroom con versation and pulmonary persiflage wo regret, Ironi a medical point of view. that nftor giving such careful history of tho hcroino's caso tho author per mitted hor to bo killed by an oninibns. It is humiliating, after follow...

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

'jomaaesiSi&&:zX-sei-- BsBiaS "&r ''C'&F',"" ?. P- ' B Lw l . fcl f'i (Tiir"-Viil"" ruriWiW'WMMMWI THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKI.Y.) BY HOPBR BROTHERS. SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 1804. Monday will be my great n 1 J DKY. All goods will be marked down. You can get un told bargasns. I have been offer ing 10 per cent, discount but Mon day I will do bet ter for you than that. Come and see my mam moth stock of Hol iday Goods. F. S. Dearborn! PERSONALS. Col. Jefl Myers went to Sc!o today. Sheriff John Knight returned from Portland this morning. Er-Oovornor and Mrs. Moody will spend Christmas at Grant Pass. R. T. Ray, of Marion, was in the city today and reports that burg boom ing. Judge Goo. H. Burnett loft today fur Mcflllunvlllu, whero ho will spend the holidays. Miss McKinley, of the Park sohool, went to Jefferson today to spend Christmas. Mrs. H. H. Thorn psoir went to Eu geno today to spend the holidays with her parents. Rev. R, M. Messlclt, lato of Salem, is looated a...

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

mw t" msguKr4tmr'it&WKefr $fc. "". "-. ij5 CENTS PER MONTH 35Y MAIL. JFIi JOURNAL," 1 -AJu :OU3STV L'TICl AL PAPER. n'Ai x a y tm B VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. MILLER'! salem, Oregon, monday; December im, .&&4. DAILY EDITION. NO, 0 CHRISTMAS v- I ffl a ii I SILL n m una na FOR THE CHILDREN. s liV, I ':) Otm Plan With each $1 purchase for cash between now and Chriatmat we will give a coupon that will entitlt the holder to a present from our tree The purchaser may claim the present, or tht) coupon may bu given to anj child in H.deni, who can secure tui present by presenting the coupon at the Old Cent Store on Christmas morning. There will he a variety of presents ol eq-nl value, each coupon holder taking ouoice of tlii articles on the tree. Homithln.? of value- rmy ho Rent t( dprvlng ftmllles by securing 25' worth or more of coupons, tor which we will nive anything in our stock t( the value of ynurcoupom. C vndy at who'esale price-1, for schools or ChrUtma? trees. Stoclt ir-ati...

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

ifflMWW IE ft i& 7 TI1E CAPITAL JOURML. (DAILY AND WKEKIjY.) BY HOFBR BROTHERS, MONDAY, DEC. 24, 18M. COERCING KIXCAID'S CONDUCT. A IWPBOOF. (Polk County Observer The Eugene Journal, tbe organ o( Secretary of State eHct Klucald, while not openly advocatlUK opptwition to the re-electlou of Beuator Dolpb, hair IU colums filled each week with articles taken from Democratic and mugwump journals advocating the selection of a free sliver advorale In his stead Tnt conduct of Mr. Kfnculd is in tl.e high est degree reprehensible, fur he well knows that bis election was setured or the Dolph-or-rennoyer issue, liegoinj iu on tbe Dolph swim. Perhaps thi secretary-elect thinks that if Mr. Ddpl were defeated In the election, Gov ernor Lord would be the wiuner, it which event he (Klncaid) would be come governor aud secretary of stati both, drawing two salaries, as dli Cbadwick when in a like position Governor Lord desires no such tbi.ig and tbe p?ople ot Oregon wlsi him to hold the seat to win...

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

Xs JW -B"tt JJ- wn r 1 LM'B NUW3 irf.H3. (.uvallls Is utlveriMin; fr bids on (lii'lr bonds on water works. A J2300 creamery la already sub scribed for ami will be built ut Burlaw. The Huptlsi pvoplo of Orogou City will dedicate their new church on Jan imry 0 Newberg Iian nn overplus of good. fur nothing dog-mud wants an ordinance taxing dog?. ThoiuiH Hell, of OirvallU, Ims In. vfMto I nn ap,illuuca to clean boilers to Menu mgine. The Western Union to'eruph com pany is putting in ne.v poles from Port land to Huntington. The Eureka Coal company, of Waal - ington, lias just Htruck n Hue vein ol coal at Curiiburluu I, King county. An excursion la halng arranged for CorvalllB people to lake place on New Years day from Corvallis to '.Portland. Senn'or D'keback lias taken a tnni. pi of old obtained tiy IiIh inaehini froai the Oo.Mti mud to Seattle for a te'. The mysterious disappearing ol Prior Scott, of CorvalllB, is causing cmddentblo anxiety 011 the part f hit friend!. Ten thousand five...

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

t'O I"1 8'- Iff lf u m Si mtmuM tantyjmmuH 11IE CAPITAL JQDUUL (DAILY AND WKKKLY.) BY HOFKIt BROTHKR3, MONDAY, DEO. 24, 1891. 'i mi Monday will be my great le DHY. All goods will be marked down. You can get un told bargasns. I have been offer ing 10 per cent, discount but Mon day I will do bet ter for you than that. Come and see . my mam moth stock of Hol- iday Goods. F. S. Dearborn. RIVElt NEWS. Tlao river ia still rising. Tho Alice A. mado liur regular trip today. Tho Modoo left for Portland nt 0 n jn. this morning. Tho Iloag came up from Portland last night and proceeded on to Coryul H. Steamer Eugeuo left for Portland Buuday morning at 0 a, in, and Is ex pected to roach Batotn on hur trip up tho river tonight, ThoOregon City Transportation com pany has added a now feature to IIh auccessful ontorprlso In this city, All packages and fast freight will ho called for and delivered at either end of tho lino at express chargeu, This will prove R great convenience, Passenger fittiamorAl...

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

" " """"' -: -!J- -5 GENTS PJ511 MONTH BY MAIL. TAL JOURNAL. oqujsty ( i'lTIOlAL PAPER. no. aoo VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER tfO, ibi4. DAILY .EDITION. 1 CAP! FOR THIS WEEK -0 D O'LL -AT I Iff M J Till? :'i LAN -WILL HE SOLD AT- HAIvF PRICE Come for vour New Year's presents. Wo want to clow nut the 'o'?. We have a line lit of Indies' und cents' SILK AND LINEN HAND- I'.RCIIlEFS. iiinl Silk MulllTa, nil at low price. Also buvs ueat mil, aud HI kind of Umbrellas, cheup. Cull uud save uiouey. T.BARNES 383 COMMERCIAL ST. Dolpli's Recent Action Called in Question. WHAT THE CONG, RECORD SHOWS Reporting Adversely the ItiUlroad Forfeiture Bills. citizen of Important m i D HUNT CI. LIMB, .nd All CEMENT, SAND, Bu i ild i ng Material. 95 STATE ST. BE SURE AND CALL AT THE nion Bargain Stor AND SEE THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF OLIDAY GOODS I TOYS. DOLLS, FANCY ihimiH Decorated Cluna 111 loot presents for the old and young. In a als, all ntprlcesto suit the times New lot...

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

t imiiihw MmHaMmmwwi BX t V 'A I S THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKKKLY.) BY HOPER BROTH a KS. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1894. TUB POLITICAL MUSIS IN 0HKU0.N. Tho Ilepubllcuu party in Orpj?on has oouio to n crlald. Tt stands at tbo fork of two roade. It can take the old road of bfSJlsm, machine polltlos and dicta tion, from corporations, wr It can take a new road of progres', ll.ianolul reform, and Buljeclluu of monopolies to the law. The tluv) w'joa th3 party can be prostituted to private or corporate Interests, should bo at an end. The day has come wheu a lurty that refuses to serve the common people has no future. Tho leadere who turn a deaf ear to the demands of the ma33es for relief from extravagant state government, or municipal corruption, will rind tbem uniting regardless of party lines for their overthrow. The Republican party has come to this pass in Oregon. It mustohoose whether to serve an old, worn out and corrupt set of uiachint polltlclans, or give the people a new, clean...

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

r i'UUQ OF THE BOOT. , f 1 tint (iinr Oltco Hid WiikI. I'nimlr.r i:it 'i. c'i ninlsliwl uso of boots in u Hint. t if f hi i orn to tlio manufacturers tli in mid to tlio uroducuiH of h..,. lc itlur nn 1 lioavv cnlfsdiq. Tti.,..., j iisa?o uio can uooc industry was n lc.iiliiB e i" Now England. Wliolo to . ri were Ftutldcrt with factories which pi jriuoud calf boots oxclnslvoly. For a d -.tdo tho salo h:.s been gradually fall. 1 j t-ff, mid today It 1h of hardly any J, , jiuwu. A few manufacturers of I-' it's imludo boots iiH a spocinlty, but t), demand In too light to amount to j v li. When calf boots wero nioro in ,0ih", inuunmatururM consulted tlio par tialities of tlio cowboys, to whom prico was a secondary consideration. Tho legs wero frcquuntly corded with silk Hitching. '-Tho star and crescent and otlur fiinclful ornamentations weio In laid on tlio legs of tho boots. There wero high heels, and boots wero striking hpceinions of mechanical art. Tlio soles w'tro inlaid with coppor...

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

1 iviwir TIIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKEKLY.) BY HOFBR BROTHBRS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1894. fOORTfl ANNUAL Clearance Sale! Dolls, '; Albums, iStationery, '' Lc I - - r U yh. vv tr r tJJUUUL AJUUIV&, .Miscellaneous Books, Japanese iQoods At Cost. Dearborn ' s BOOK STORE. Good Enteutainment. "A visit t Santa Glaus Home" Is the title of a ftttt&ta presented at the Congrega- tieal church last ovoulup. An over tewing houHO greeted the performance, which was exceptionally well rendorod, Twnty persons took part In the pro amm. Bolos wore sung by Mlases Baaaior, Babcock and While, aud by Xr. Woodruff, The quartetto by Meters, Kautner, Linn. Woodruff and vino was a happy hit. Miss liar- na frost queen and MIbh Iilanohe tnor hh snow Hake, sang an accept duet. Mr, Palgo as Bant a Claus most hoflpltublo onlortulnor, chimney of tho mammoth lire won made of bricks filled with 4y which wore afterwards dlstrl- u among tho children, Tho enter- $ttent was free and moro than d tho grand au...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 December 1894

"S43 atfi i imn.imtl jiJ OJfftfTS PER MONTH UY MAIL. JOURNAL. dOtHNTY Ou'FIOJLAIi iAPJJR. 1 i A PIT' A 1 VL. 7. DAILY J5DITI0K. SALEM, OEEGrON, FRIDAY DEOEMBEB Ub, AtiJ4, -'--' - - - rr i-i " -- FOR THIS WEEK jSBNLDOtPIKLANDBILL JDAILY -EDITION. s tfO. aou !lL.'at' A. -iWissE. Ssar' -AT Settlors to Pay Doub'o tlio Mini mum lYic fflW -1 U II I Mil -WILL BE BOLD AT- H jt ur s p R XviZv THE BILL WAS OBJECTED TO. Should Ho Ilo Jledirncd to Such Services to U i potations ? (! hih' I'tr (ilir NiHV Yiur's present". V iv'ii.t mclini 'ml id iIo'.Ij. W. Iinvn.illui! lit of l;!W iif i-jith' sILK AND IJNKX HAND Ul-'iM'llllil''. mill fSilU M-Ill v, ul at Vinu A!-u tio.n licit mi I m, nun tul ii il-i I' !itiv)it) rliciip. 0 1 II ami iue money. 1-H V J J- T. BARNES 383 COMMERCIAL ST 13E bUHIC AND CALL AT THE fcJ !lhiiLQ22a G& Si GiiiiszOa Ifejc) byi&itf AND SEE TIJKIK WONDEHFUL DISPLA OF TOYS. DOLIvS, FANCY GOODS. Albums, Decorated China In fact presents for the old and young. In ndditiou ...

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 December 1894

-i- W ;' ,i B-: m. u. ! THE CAPITAL JOURNAL (DAILY AND WKKKLY.) 13V HOKER BROTHERS. FRIDAY, DEC. 28, 185M. OUU UNJUST TAX LAW. The most unjuot act of the lant leglH Inturo was the repeal of the mortgage tax law without reducing the legal rate of interest. Repeal of the law taxing th8 mortgage interest lo the owner of the mortgage, and allowing no tied no tlin for debt, left tie ncn resident moneylenders in a position to escape tiriton, wl llo thu jantl hnreiben tire tax, aal Ihe Jtbtir had to piy the full rate o' ijtorest that wat cxicel. when the m)rta'8 holder phUI th tax. Taxation o' a'l property and riou'i'e taxi'.lon of nona li recognized as a j'isf baili of taxatlm. Rut uril-r ViU assessment 1-iw millions of ci-lfnl owned by noi-rcsldeuts escipfrf taxa tion, $1,7.50,0)0 in Mirion ohuii'j). without the corresponding relief from a lower rate of intert dcmrded un-lr theo!dhw, aid with floineijtunt re flailing doubl) taxtlitn upon the un fortuQitedeh'.r class taxed both on what ho...

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 December 1894

THIS COAT 8MOKES. (fl frrtrr n CInr Ilainnn, tint Clinic Jlntvn lo Cifi-nifitli' if He lino lo. A billyRont that smokes liatu and rlrt.iTitUw, jut like a mnn, Ih In the fHi-Hiwioii of Chi rim Relit r, nt lao Krnuw fctroot, Ciuontltlct. Tl.o putt Sm it I-. year ftrowtli of horns nnd whisker' of about tlio eamo n;jo waving jmie folly nnd odoronsly from his tliin. Atttrn lieiu'ty frnst upon tin, tacks, rnjj", pa j,. r nml nuylhiiijr oho in MKht Hillic, us 1 l it flllkxl, tltl.UH hlH HiOhlll. UllllSHil c uv or oinnrrtto i provided tho after ineiil enjoyment ih all broken up for lJUlie, nml he blunts continually until provided with u smoke. No nnloi.t lover ot tho frnjrmut weed pulls at u eipir with mora reliMi than tins fjont. A eomphicpnt mnilo curls Iuh rppor lip when Ihu lighted weed is plaeet1. i:i hia mouth, and tho right ioie loot r ekcH jnotioiiHtowid the whiskers as thciixl) to Kt vol e them. Hut liillin i no ordinary ramd.u-, nor is lie mi'Mllcd in tho habit. IIo in not only 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. — 28 December 1894

I Mi M. m lnn w.w my THE CAPITA, JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WKKKI.Y.) 13V MOITKR J3ROTII1SRS, I'll! DAY, DJSO. 28, 1891. FOORTfi ANNUAL arano Dolls, , Albums, Stationery, Blank Books, Miscellaneous Books, Japanesd Goods At Cost. Dearborn 9 s UOOK BTOKI.. )HIIHI.I..1.11.IUJJL U -1-I1I1U1 1IU1J.IUL-J.U .L- -HUH nxvisu wbwh. Tho river In rapidly fulllntf. TJio Btt'amor Modoo will ho ultflit, up to- Tho Jfoug (junif) up from Portland tit ();() Jftwt uvunlnjr. und iiflur dUohirlim Iter freight at thin pluco, Alio proiitiodiul on to upper rlvur point, VnmiUHvrklmiiM AHam I'uhiu up IhnI night from J'ortlan'l with i. good jouu of freight and mi win wh jmw KONgor im, rim looli on JJ7 piuwungur for udupuiKli'iiiio mimI promnhxl on lo lliulullurol'y. Jtulurhlng fiom J win peilileiiou mi Huliedtila lllilu ttiN worn iHlfi Win look on nvuliw-wtv puiuomgtfr for lower rJvr polnU ml Mi for J'nrl Jnd!wul. in. Tlio wiilllng room Hi (111 AllOIIH ilool In wipuljd mid lliogtihhilag.ml, IA J. Hnillh, will iilway...

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 December 1894

l.rw--M V, V J5 CENTS PETl MONTH 15Y MAIL. JOURNAL UOTOTY Ou'JTIOlAI TAPER. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY. DECEMBER fc, .i&lM. DAILY EDITION. NO. aoa i '1 A 13TrP Y ROCBRIK Prices That Draw Crowds and Holds Them. ricos That Don't Prices That Don't Make Us Rich. Prices to Harmonize With the Times. AT fP i n iJE SURE AND IS-iiiLOffciKSj ' AND SEE TIIElIt WONDERFUL DISPLAY OP TOYS. DOLLS, FANCY GOODS. Albums, Decorated China in fact presents for the old and young. In uddllioii to the most complete holllday stock they have m!1 lines of staple uud substuu this, all at prices Insult thotlrueo. N jw lot of Shoes to suit nil. Children' Shop8 45i!loG0;. LtdlPs' Shops 00c. M. J. MATRON. ? ATMiWWRftVHMK-KT fill LIME, And All CEMENT, BUIILDING 95 STATE ST. JaSbl? C3iXlLiGL INSERTED Without Plates. iplfSff The Willamette Hotel ' mawno Horitr, piitrunw. RED FRONT LIVERY STABLE, J4, u, Mini A JmII iforw liwmtmi Hwdwin, Wsftoni, Cart, J"S U ft i tot mi ii' J, A, Roton, the Furn...

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 December 1894

s5 oraTs I'jsit month; DY MAIL, 1 ' ' "' I 1 1 H Mil OOTJSTY OifJIOAAXi J?AFJSB. tiyjKJ Jtvll J.Jlj. liif i rr"Y" -i i -rr2tj SSSS-!--. tmnim.n VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY. DECftMBlSU u9, io?)4. J)A1LY .EDITION. NO. (JOi S!mgis JneiBMBajrwTqpBahOMiwi ' i""w.wu.ju..miw : hMinU ill t.mana ROCERIE Jtsjv &y TICKS w niai ura Crowds I olds Tin Prices That Don't . Make People I Prices That Don't Mdke Us Rich. r Prices to Harmonize With the Times. AT Till! Klin KB. WIS TO UK noun Senator Doljtli Cannot Get sideralion Con- OF IliS DOUBLE PRICE LAND BILL II ADMIT & LAWRENCE BE SURE AND CALL AT THE R3 A lareain Store AND bliK THKllt WONDFItFUL DISPLAY OF TOYS. DOLI,S, FANCY GOODS. Allium. DoiH.ratci (Jliinu ill tact presents for the old and oiiuk. In addition ...-, n ... -, - ..... . . . . i 1 1 ii i to tlie most complete holllday stock thoy have nil lines of staple and subatau tlals, all ut prleis to suit the. times. Njw lot of Shoes to suit nil. Children' ShneH 'loo...

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 December 1894

t TUB CIHTll JOliRfiifi. tlJAlLY AND WKEKLY.) BY HOFER BROTHBRS, A SEAMLESS DEAL TRUST KNOCKED OUT. SATURDAY, 1DEC. P9, 1604 Uonsnmated by Expiring Portland Bosses How McEIroy's Professor ship Was Scented. PoBTtAND, Dec. 23, 1601. Ed. Jeurnal: I have Just seen ScIU'UIft' rour issue of the 24th and road the stirtlin expcji of the manner In . which tbo lute appointment of E. It Jlcldroy as a urofe3ior of the Slate ' ' " A mere di.ru.r .it ptlronajje, a ma- ( University was accomplished. It we j chine rollt'c'an, ba. n Imraensead- a great surprise to me and, In fuel, to JJ j 0(j;(')' iCilllj vantage In a struggle to keep control of ( all whom I have met, I have learned a state government. 1 ho political beta that It was notdemandclallbefwul.y uv iuucuc ui jjt liiijuio vfiju nciu IU T1IK PEOPLE VS. THE BUSS. I Kmo Ti-xt Cbangrs Foiled. is not tnubled ullli juslms of con science or moral considerations In dis tributing appropriations and rewarding those who stand in. He deals twenty, for...

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 December 1894

K?k1 i V THE CAPim JOUMAL. 1)W1Y AND WhEKLY.) BY.I HOKBR BROTHERS, BATUJRDAY, ".DEC. 129, 1894 TJ1K PEOPLE VS. THE BOSS. A mere dlpe user uf pi.troiiagd, a ma chlno politician, Iihs mi Immense ad vantngo Jn n strugglo to keep control of a state govornuu-ui. 1 nu pelltlcui uots la not Ipuhlptl wlMi ii ilms of con science or moral conalderntlons in dis tributing apprnpilutloui aud rcwaidlng those who stand In. He deals twenty, forty, llfty oru hundred HinuMind here or a new olll v for 1IV- there, regarrtlcHs ot the merit of the cxpeu llture or the character of the nnu !i n hoghinn rfllce for life. Bowlani Invades tlif ranctlty of the judiciary, drag th'-feuntorlul toga In tho mlrr. of cluui politico airl prosti tute Inctltu'louHof hunting to the vile purpife of quarteilng caBlolt polltl c in9 upon the pcon'o for life. These are mere bagatelles to the bosses who as nine t run the Ilepu' Mean nartj of Oregon. Bui the people can see what b astern and machlno poliiics leads to in the extr...

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