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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 December 1894

$rrtfrw7Frs'"nTrlfp"' 7fE. flCNT WA8 NOT RAISED. rt nr iwmitl IJitrMlf Too flnMitl'ar llvr Luixllord. 1,. ., i . t lii n stroetoar, nnd tlio wo ; nn ,n i a olf cope ruiiitirk1: 'I Me j nn rilllinvolhiminiohono." "i i , i .. i i.t ilio wimo rent," remark - r . .. urn with Uio ostrluh boi. . .t I tliotifllit your Iriudlord liail i1".!,:. londHO it?" "H" ilf'l, but Bonioliow I didn't ox- ... ,, v n-,,,,lMi,lY j UKIHU OX- r ovv, tliongh Tom jjavo UI, tjl0 t Ol.i'o. VoU FCC, I ICllHy cui't l-.-ut tu I 1 .. o nt . Ill h.uo (iliv morn liHn.n.lirn i d 111 moving v.ajwiiH. I'vo lost u .1 ii iiliciiiiy lo (.took n dopartinont i tori'." "tin you Imvo decided not to movo?" "v t i.ulti', doar. Yon kcc, I told tlio nn ' d i.mt I wrw aoriy to move, but ,c icily could Tt afford n hlglior rent nnd Unit I mfoIf would Kladlysliow tlio lu-nw to IntoudliiK tuimntH. Then I Hot every loom in ordur and waited. " "Well."' Well, 1 rerlly thotiKliMliat tho first .uinn that t-auio would tako It. I j.rui.'.cd t...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 December 1894

TI'E HENT WA3 NOT RAISED. S W nf VorfO Orarir Too Bmart Tor ltrr Uun'iloril, 1- .y r-Ot in n afreet c.ir, mul the wo r.in'i with u o!t uupo remarked: "1 ;.'c ytmi till lmvo the Minmhou"o." y. -i, r.ncl ut i ho snino rent," uumirk , f wo'iir.n with tlio ostrich box j.,,1 I thenuht your landlord hail ' i.'c-.l to rnUo ll?" "lit) diil, bnt Honiohow I didn't ex r .cl i'- iriiw, though Tom fjavo tip tho t .c :.t wicu. You hop, I irally can't . . I ij liuvo miy mora hrio-n-hrao i .d in moving wngons. I'vo lost i. o ii nlictidy to stock n dcpaitmcnt I tore." "tin you lmvo decided not to niovo?" "Not itltc, dear. You kco, I told tlio ,i i d t'iiit I was iriy to move, but ,l ii..Uy coukVi't nffnrdu higher rent mid time ImjMilf would gladly show tl.o h"Uco to intending tenants. Then I Ket every loom in order and waited." "Well."' Will, I leally thought that tho first v ur.n that i-aino would tako it. I j,r.iiw(l tlio ehif-ots and told her what bWtll nrijjb.lv v.i wo liad and" "Cut I t!. night...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 December 1894

WIWWPWaWlMWI16lMWmMTli r.lt. V , m- &k THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAILY AND WEEKLY.) BY HOFER BROTHERS. SATURDAY, ;DEO. 29, 1894 FOURTH ANNUAL Dolls, Alb urns. Stationery, BlankgRooks, Miscellaneous Books, Tapanese I 7 J r J Goods At Cost. Dearborn " & BOOK HTMIK. im-junm-u i1 1 aiit-i'Ji1 Cearance Sale! RIVEU HEWS. Tlio river Is &U1I Bteadlly fulling,. reg istering i 2 feet ahoyo low watermark thin niornlng. Tito river In fulling about .2 fret u day, TIjo jroag citiuo iIowjj from Corval 11 last overling wJtli 200 hales of liopv, from upper river point, lor the Houlh- r TaeHlo company, Hho remained at f lior dock over lglt und left for 1'ort Jfltid ut o u, in, tlila morning Willi u largo load of freight, TJio Alloim (mine up from J'nrlland till nfteriioQirhound for JiideiH'iMlunou, Tho VVIIIuimdHu Valley KJourlng mill will Hluit tip Mooduy, Till! good now fur Kiu fciuumlxmt niun, w (liuy will liayo mum ium, Tio Modoo will reuuli Haluiu hound for Mvn Ihl wwilng. TIo JCuKh WW r...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 29 December 1894

-irtiW MW4U if ft' m. i 1 "K T8E aPITll JOnttlL BY tMJ&H. BROTHeHi Czxxxjuen aii&XMMtejC 4rw qrtA w&m mt td, I re ifee & fceSw 7Wg. Tkfefr vwrthj C ysx efoe eMi8, HAT1XBIAyf?)Ea 14 FOORTft ANNUAL Clearance Sale! THE 2TS2BASZA JTJSD. '0H2GS 8EB7I0BS T0X0B20W Tim teoftorr Tw-Tte ? kl error to fefen. Alike Yauack I PBMCWALa. Dolls, Albums, Stationery, BlankgBooks, Miscellaneous Books, Japanese I Goods At Cost. Dearborn ' s hook stoke. EIVElt HEWS. 'Ilio river !h tlll uteadlly falling, rta- Jaterlrijc 4 2 feet above low water mark tfjl morning. The river I falling about .2 feet a day. The Jfoair carne down from (,'orval lla JoAt evening with 200 bale of hop, from upper river nolntu, lor Iho Boutb ern Pacific company. Who remained at her dock over nlgut and left for Port land at 0 a. m. thlx morning with a large load of freight. The Allona camo up from Portland tlila afternoon hound for Independence. Tlio Wlllarnetto Valley Flouring mill will fctart up Monday. TIiIhIh goo...

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

W- rj V -W- Hk. i!5 OBNTS pbu month by mail. JOURNAL. (JOUSTS! Q UTlOllffi PAPBIZ V L. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, i&4. DAILY EDITION. NO. a CM as1 , f- 4b i! r 1 ill Mrirl dift 3 WBI a. 3 ion ojl t nana y of J . p.m, .BERT, Casbi 11 ft. Blunt, Good. rnameoi Maitiot'i re elUu .,or. wlal wltnoot &Moi !UnkP" 13 Ll NO iu and lent W J iienjr partly . il B CM. f imilueM OPULY FOR THIS WEEK J? V J I I JflKESS S3BBS flLnilUlA, JLux -AT- mi If IK II ,m -WILL HE FOLD AT- BHAIvF price (' ims f'ir onr New Year's presents. We want fo cl.no nut flu- dnll "M'AVf,? ""e, i', "f,,!ie;,, ,?d RenU' S,LK AND WEN ASD KH' "H I EM. imd bilk M'Jlll -r, all at low pricx Also boys neat suits, and ,n ,-r dif Umbrellas, cheap. Call aud save mouey. t - - BARN ES JLe 3 33 COMMERCIAL ST. BE SlTRE AND CALL AT THE U SAUXi dSG&P&S&cl i ' 8 B w EU a AND SEE THEIR WONDERFUL DldPL.U OF TOYS. DOLI.S, FANCY GOODS. Mhums. Decorated China iu tact presents for the old and oung. ...

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

te$ v 4 "n Ies lis i j f - - TIIE CAPITAL JOWL. (U.V1LY AND WKKKLY.) BY HOPCR BROTHERS. MONDAY, DEC. 31, 1804 SILVER AXD THE SEXATORSIIIP. The free silver men In Oregon are maklDc the noire uov, I bis 18 all ibey will make, and this i ibeirex plriuc yell. The nvrrga lutdllg-rtt people Hi vrefjun ii" "! ui .-! rulatlne medium drlwsd for tbe bene lit of few silvrrmlm-owner. Salem following III iue nue i mjjuiuciii. pursued by tbe Oregonian, the States- minfeksto force the Republicans of Oregon to take sides between goldbug lm and friendliness to eilvpr, or free-Bilver-coinage Republicanism. If that ii the issue goldbugism as repittented b Harvey Scott and Senator Dolrh will go to the wall. It is neither justice nor toleration to force all Republicans to subscribe to tbe Scolt-Dolph Inter polation of Ihe national Republican platform. That platform treats silver fairly, by placing it and its right to coinage in American units upon equal ity with gold. Mr. Scott is very In consistent in ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 December 1894

i AdJ rl rM SPEED VERSUS 8AFETY. A Captain TolU linn anil vn,T ttft Mint Mnlo Quick Time. A pnuMJiiKor on ono of tho European IImi w imiilo n jocogo romnrk to tho cap. tftn ono night ns thoy wero chnttiuc ta ii i""b' l' leok' ou fo.i cantnhiB," ho etvid, "nro llu only iibsolnto Fovcrclgm now loft in tho world. When tho ship leaves port, vltr 111 is law. Kvcry ono on board r vui'W your supremo authority. 1 01 1 1 your doclKions thoro nro no up. ,K livery HTo is in your keotmitr. I ,, riO FCSl K1I1I llHIOCd. No, wo nro bondmen of tho com- .,y in:inas,w" wn Mtn'H reply. "Wo was tlio ljluff old cap. v'o nro under oblli'n. ti ,i,s to nmi:o iiua nnis, yet never to t ! . any rii-ks. It la no longer pooslblo f tho captain of a llrt.t class liner to t rci-o discretion. Why, on my hurt run across tho At lantic," ho continued, rapidly warming , I Inul bad weather nearly all the y,. When tho wind was not blowing n h.ilc, thciowuH densofog, and 1 didn't d iro to run at fnll Hpted. Tho ship was S...

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

.? mufuii ' " ; -siHfAAssai ,a.k;irarff.ark& i Minmimimu Kjji,.B""iiiiiup!? STOP AND INSPECT i4t,utntK.i.iitib iiVlmUiitlnwi 8AUU&V8 ONtt UUNIUUIlr. iws IS5-- MMlWYiiNKtt m Uttw Unk t(w UiVrMufc TUtete fat IUwawv Vm-11 aiwwlwi &MMlWtXWtoMMi bm U$ KwiUiUi tbevu cmuhwU tamVf n 11 f n ' SMuwtoy hhfwKiiu VUa lmW lHfeh &WfM h as 4k C & Wt VltMt mm liy Judge Saunders Says that For Rhoumatism VUUUMINAUV VALUATIONS. MfttliM nml MulWmah Home lu for liaises. H'liii uhtiv Ikjtubut ii uiil.ttitttitt iAm i i: .: . i: :t: ..; Hood'snapnriuithon09t. WI1)HVICM ! VlWiniJ liriv " 'WWtt UIVS ANl IMMWVKMtWaS. YvlVKti UU tvdi Wi M.ittuuavkl iHrtMIi)lilkttOllfMIlMM HIM W fcrtk ttvW rths. i nwtviv'w, KKU THIS LIST OF NEW GOODS JUST OPENED AT Jio G. ffrii It's Pioneei SplMll HHrtllH. Bh.,",'d ""Oft SbIcinI Acfeortf. in h.P.L ! ftptceti dril, in k, "" xiiirt-, in oil. JSV r. H". awi2r X Vv&U. S&t WttkfC MtVMMBiMilr ince r f fcv.iHK .htlktt U Wik.vi. W t t Wm w -"- - -.t---x -bi-v...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

J OURNAL COUNTY ofnouL PAPJEB. PEB MONTH BY MAIL. 7 jlv-IT JL JL .XJLJ TMMMTTTtTg7TPP'iii " " 1"""' ,lf ',Tt-.i2 S 3 YOJj. 7. TRY A. PAIR OP E HI SHOE CO.'S SHOES. rn -O You will find a full line TUB II All rubber goods and gossamtii a at a great r duction to close put, Our lint stock is com plete at very low prices. We have a fine stock of boys' and youths' Clothing, men's shirts, pants, overalls and all kinds of ladies' and gents' hosiery and underwear. See how much you can 1) jy for a little CAStI at our store. P. BARN ES -- 333 COMMERCIAL ST. x iRv iv H 1 1 V K V i i UiliUiUlH J1HI llu ! JJlflLllU We. LIME, CKIVLENT, SAND, And All Butilding Material 95 STATE ST. Atifieial Teeth fc ... INSERTED Without Plates. T?nfa our! l$fy with ffinft&i vcirBwm' n ffl2&f'$ im 8URK AND CALL AT THE Union Bargain Stor AND SEE THEIR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF OLDAY TOYS. DOLLS, KANCY GOODS. Albums, Derided Cliiim-ln laot presents for the old uud young. Jn audi loi to I Ik most oompleto holllday ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

c j" B v THE CAPITAL JODRUL (DAILY ANU WEEKIiT.1 BY HOITKR DROTHBR9, THE (10LI) BOOIB. Uold Is again going! Wo are about to Ion our soldi l)ut do not uw dlver or paper money. What roll While it W Important to have 8W nnd Hver money, and all notions have gold and allver money, and our country will always have inoro than Ita share of both, becaUHO it mines nitre goiu auu Blivor than any other country, and bu cftuso we sell more products than we buy, It is far more Important to have plenty of good, aafe, sound and flexible paper currency atao. l'P currencj Is the measure of a people's Intelligence and of a nation's credit. Gold andnllvt-r mav bo evidence of wealth as other products arc, but the wise and legitl mate use of a paper credit currency l evidence of a lilahly developeil con. merclal civilization. As a restricts piper currency drives up the rate ol Interest, depresses the vnluoof laud.thc prlc-s of labor and products, discour ages trade aud dlinlnlshcB products enterprlMM, so ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

&2Si;C IS HIS HOME WHERE HIS HEAD LIES An Interrttlnjr Question ni to the ril drnco of n Dweller on a Doumlary. A surveyor's Uno cuts tho dwelling heneo of George F. Perry of Mnplowood squarely In two. But tlio houso still fitaiitls for nil tlmt, ami tho nightly rest of its ocenpnnts is in nowiso disturbed because of tho division. Tho lino is the boundary between tho town of Melrose nnd tho city of Mnlden, and all of a sud den tlio two municipalities bavo set up Vigorous and conflicting claims for tho posresFion of Mr Perry's freehold and incidentally tho taxes levied thereon. For Bonio years past tho owner of tho house hiw been paying his taxes to Mai den. Now tlio Melrose assessors have looked over the ground and determined that tlio property comes within their jurisdiction. In fnturo they willcnd a bill to Air. Perry, and, furthermore, they bavo presented a bill to tho city of Maiden for tlio refunding of all iho money, to the amount of about $00, that ho has paid into tho Ma...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

e iiyfMf THE CAPITAL JOURNAL (DAILY AND WKEKLY.) gggaS5tS52 BY HOI'BR BROTHBRS, TUEHDAY, JAN. 1, 1893. FOURTH ANNUAL Clearance Sale! M' fflbolls, ; Albums, Stationery, Blank Books, Miscellaneous Books, Japanese Goods At Cost. Dearborn ' s BOOK STORK. PERSONALS. Mrs. It. A. Kirk was n paaaoiigor for . Albany, on tbo morning local. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. J. Fleming went down to Woodburu this afternoon. Corouor A. M. Clough was a paasen gor for Woodburu on tho afternoon local. Wnltor Dowuluir returned from Ills holiday yUlt at Roseburg this after noon, David II. Johustoii, tho Jolly Hcotch ranobor of Melinnu, was a Baloin vlal tor today. Norval Irvlno and Mlsa Anson, wero paiweugerB for Corvallli tblt morulng, whoro they will vUlt friends and lela tlves. M.lw Maud Krew returned to Htay ton thU inornlDKi to retumo her soliool work, after spending the holiday at homo. A. M. llrown, city marshal and pho tographer of Btayton, and wife, aro Now Vofti'n guwU of Hen. 1, Taylor, the letter Barrier. ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

Tl PRUNE Thousands of Acres Coining Info ftpnring. A PROSPBHOUS CUSS OF PEOPLE, B.ilcm tltoConlro oftflils Urowitiji Industry On tlio beautlmt rolling hills from thieetosix miles smith of Oregon's capital p.ty tbro io a night tlmt would nluusethe fjes of eyer.y penmti in Ore KOii. Few titup'u In iMilem ifalize whl mutjuiUceiit improvements have b en run de ia Hint regluu within sight t,( ttu city during the ,nt-t few j ears. There Are now scattered ulioutthse heautlful rolling lands the largest nore age of prune orchards to bo found in iviv one WaUty in the North Pad tic const. What i row years nROun ut most purely Umbo land and wheat farms is today a verlttblo garden 8 pot There are orchards r.iuulng all the way from two hundred a"rta down to the small ten and twenty aero fruit farms. Soma of these vast fields of trees are now well along in be iring and others are arriving at that s age from year to year. ThU property is w ed large'y by now comers who hay- net tied here within the ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

-r- -T '! 'ft? l THE JOURNAL FOE 1895. Tub Joobmaij today onlcru uron Il utxlli year under tho present manage- !.. r.. Mm msnt. It ban grown aicauiiy u - ' day of lt birth, In lis capacity to serve tho people of Oregon. While associated with aUUDcu Republicans, entertain, log various ahades of oplulon, It Iipb sh8en left free from any dictation by any outside or interested parties Along thla line of ferfect freedom wo ' bavo sought to build up a newspaper djvotcd to tho service of tho peoplr. On thla basis TUB JoUHNAfc has tn Joycd a substantial growth, In the cot -fldencoof the peoplo. It now has the Moond largest circulation of any news paper In Oregon, and It Is read In many Eistorn stales. No eflort has betn made nt ostentatious dlcplay, nor lo publish tho largest uewpaier iu tl o , stale, but toglvo the people the I cit service and the best newspaper for tl e money. The fact that 'I jib Jouk.nai today Is without a dollar of Indebted iicss, Is tho best ovldonce tint Its bus', nc...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

'T--"1 lww!'":as("", "-"V W'J.lfl "" -M -mliamy" r cW1Im mEm Mr. Steiul Shown to Ho on the Wrong Track. JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT TALKS. THE ABSOOIATEO PRES3. Jour. Thinks tho Great Editor Looking For tlio Other Follow. H Christ canto to Chicago today, he wuld see that tho London of the western bempshlre bad undergone a triiiBformatlon which was least ex pelled a year ago, when the torcli of the iuuendiary was ready to lay the white city Into a8liJ3 and when the bjok with the gre.it "if" was published bv Mr. Stead- The writer hud for gotten that Christ had been hero long, very long, before Mr.Stead took it upon himself to Investigate tho United Stiites In general and the city of Chi cago in particular. Chlrst arrived here en the May Flower ana has been here ever since, nud if Mr. Stead had looked tor him he would have found him, but he looked for the other mau, who is well known as the servant and friend of Dr. Faust, who also had him- pelf on exhibition here during the World's fair. He...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 January 1895

ft.' W". fri li1- . o Tho Ex-Iowa JOJitor Tolls of tho New Country That Has Dealt With Him-Ho Does Not Exaggerate Nor With hold tho Unpleasant Features That Every New State Has-ButHoIsYcry Enthusiastic About tno room,-OoalCoUt.try-WluitOnoof the Leading M-.ii of the State mid a Member of the Loislature Says of the ' WilJttinotio Vnlloy. iVtUlli III' low.sHtu'e fogl'ier. .... .1 . . tSVBUVONB who hid w do with ioa t- , r ... Hm,, ?La Wo U )er. g. remciriberi Krmt llofer, then edit .r of the McGregor New. He lud a narrow etcape of being elected Stilt "winter by the lcgi.lature in i!WS. He ' . $f -one of the ..rongeM wr.ier. in lite .. ... JyEJiT letter from Oe Monte to in paper re j $' vfaleil the most hiddin tprlngtof political fa action in the lse and capitals lltey set fili ' : the pertonnclof the great men of thi'ttate.and made plain and ilrnple the reawnt fur llieir policies, which were not alway approved. Mr. Hofer ha alway t high Mnndird in , pollllc, nnd ha lived up lo them. H...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1895

JOURNAL U5 GENTS PBIl MONTH BY MAIL. COUNTY PAPER, f DAILY EDITION. !,. DAILY EDITION. SALEC, OREGON WEDNESDAY. JANUARY sj, ib95. NO. B04 CAPITAL - - 1 mmmemxKmm wiibw it ,, TRY A. PAIR OR 'II HI SIS CO SI You will find a full line at. very lowest pr'ces at IT is. RACKET I' All rubber goods and gossamers at a great re duefcion to close out, Our TIat stock is com plete at very low prices. We have a fine stock of boys' and youths' Clothing, men's shirts, pants overalls and all kinds of ladies' and gents' hosiery and underwear. See hw much you an l y for a little CASH at our store. f e JL. e 383 COMMERCIAL ST. VERY COMPIMEN'IW "Oregoniau" EilHorial on "Tho Journal." DENOUNCED AS A SILVER FANATIC ' Tho Evil Is Theso Persons Can Yoto." ' BARNES '1PT H FII && O & JL Portland Oregoniau Kdltorlal, Jan. 2. A TYPICAL S1LVKK SIATESMAN. There la a person at Salem named Hofer, who publishes a little paper called tho Capital Journal and Is a member of the legislature. Any time ho migh...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1895

.TIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. (DAIIiV AND WKKKLV.) BY HOIfKR DROTHBR3. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1895. -h JX J LI ' LOYAL TO WOODBURX. In Int. New Ykabs Jouknamip- ?pcara a sketch of Woodburn, the ktow- f'ing center of the great French prairie lf Mm Wlllnnifttn vul ev. Jt la irom the pen of that ev?r-loyai business mini I" of that town, Walter Tooza. Ho Is a Wlllametto yalley hoy who haB hewu his way to auccea thioufih a perfec K- Jungle of obstacles. A young man oi g3lf-made fortune, self-tleveloped In education, self-schooled In the forum of political debate, aiid ulf developed ut- 'a respectable nierabtr of good notioiy, 'worthy of respect aid conlldemo in" ' ... c, . i wherever you piace mm. ouun u nwi Is Mr.Tooze. He Is enterprising to faultperhaps his only business fuull, bnt a fault that tho community couM easily forglvo more men for belt g guilty of. Burnt out In one of the worst years, ho plucUlly rebuilds li s business and adds u solid brick block t tho town ho Is en JJal to. We can in -...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1895

-vr' "H MkM LIKE MARBLE, THOUGH ALIVE. . it lied by Cutnlcpnj- While Standing, 11 Remained In That Attitude. Ono of tbo most rcmarkablo exhlbl l r.s of tlio power nntl inflnonco of catn i sy, n form of liyEtcrln that contracts ii o muscles and divests tho subject of i c sensation of volition, occurred in tnis city a fow days sinco, in which 'ii.onias Purdy, a laborer, was tho sub ject. In company with sovoral other wot Linen Purdy was eugagod in digging r trench. ITo was stauding at tho top of tho tremh, with n long handled shovel, re moving tho gravel which n workman bolov throw to tho top, whon with tho bwUlonncss of nu electric flash tho man Le.wno transfixed in position, as iin movublo as a pieco of statuary. Ho was in tho act of raising tho shovol when attacked. His right hand tightly clutch ed tho. shovel haudlo near its end and tho loft hand noar tho middlo. His loft log was advauced and slightly bi it at tho kneo, whilo tho blado of tho bh vel pointed at an inclination of ab...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 January 1895

- 1 I nTIT TTMT'T.TV I 11T 1 i EBB CAPmi JQOIIUL (DAILY AND WKKKLY.) Iff fSflV HQKER BROTHBR8, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1895. TjX annual, earanci & iv , lt it albums, Stationery, Blank Books, Miscellaneous Books, Japanese Goods At Cost. Dearborn ' s HOOK stoki;. frlUMU "111" H II " ill''' PERFJONALB, Judge Wolvcrton has gone to Albnuy. tJI)T. 1. 1). Driver, ofKugeno.l In ilio 48lly- nlalrlpt Allomnv Jna. McUttlu I III 'tho city. U.,iilrU A Iimvunll. nf A lllllllV. Ik fOORTfi l . , W' ..! .. -, ,- uu town for a low day. K. A. Tumor, of the Htnto Iiibureuce Co,, I at Albany fur u day, Tho. ICav wiw a uAueiiuor for Port- H laud on (liu iiiornluif train. rjonulor jionaou, ormuyiou, wi in (awn today on route for Portland, MIm Pauline Adam U a guet at tliu liomu of Mr. 0. I'. JlUhopon Capital uud OhemoUeta lnet. Hubert Tliouipeon, who spent Now Yuar'n wltli III family In tliU ulty, re turned ty Portluud tliU morning. MrtfiX II. Johnston, of MuIiiiiu, U In Ilio city, to remain for a lime, Il...

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