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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 27 December 1893

;PMY'''-'Tl U-? s 6Ne ' ftffr dam Associated Press Dally News paper Published on the Pacific Coast. $3.00 a Year. JOURNAL 2BeUi. a wmtk fcr i J JOLJL 1 X AJJ Prepaid ia Advaave. Ko Papers Start WH5j TImo 1b Oat. VOL. 6. DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM, OTtEGON, WEDjTESDAY, DECEMBER 37. iWi3. DAILY EDITION. ;ti v.. ovojsi I ) The New York Racket Has Special Bargains in all Holiday Goods ia monetary .SUCH AS. Doll Toilet and Shaying Sots, Work Boxes, Manicure Sets, and Silk Mufflers, all at i I Greatly Reduced Prices to Close Out I Also price" are reduced to close out MacKintosnes, Rubber and Oiled Coats, and Men's and Boys' Rubber Boots. I offer a fine line of Ladies, Gents' and Children sail wool, mixed, aud cotton underwear, at very low prices. Call and examine stock and prices. E. T. BARNES. State Insurance Block, 333 Com'l St. -. Of iy r, Ml ft l New things Proposed By Senator Chan-' dler. AN INTERNATIONAL RATIO Proposed for Remonetization of Silver. TO FORCE TUB HANDS OF GOLD BUGS New York...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 27 December 1893

-' jBVJBUSxjJior jjt&rx'jtLU iiOitJWjk.jL., TTEBOTDSDAT. DECEMBER JS7, ia4. JgfMSftlHi .. i wtWijIitji M CAPITAL JOUWML. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPT BUNIMV, BT TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company I'oitofflco B ook. Commercial Btroet. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by carrier, pr month, W 60 Dally, by mail, par year, 3-w Weekly, 8 pages, per year, IM TUB DAU'tN COUKUrriON. Walla Cleveland Is somewhat to blame fir tie pr&ioat bard times and the dip'eted condition of tbe outlonul treasury, thero 13 Mo Justice lu Govern or Ponnoyer attributing to bltn all tbe wo;a of the unemployed and tbe tnia erlei of the famished. Cleveland Is only a public representative of tbe D-tgotl or corruptlou which this ape worships. Even Governor- Pennoyer bows tbe knee to tbo golden Idol of private wl&sbneis an I public greed. Him woiltb Is estimated at from one-fourJi to threo-quirters of a million and b doe3 not scruple to Ulce -about two thoustnd dollars a yeir besides wbut the oimtltutlon al...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 27 December 1893

v T77 TH! ENID. k ,inii(l 1 rttliiinen Defy tlio Town Ofll rern Mid Kefiise to Blniv Up. TfcnrltV Official- Of South Kllitl. in tllP wAeo strip, nro mnlriiiK Hfo burden- jpiotoRodc Inland trainmon. Gcorgo Jis, a Missouri Pacific official, whd re OmvI hero today, tells a remarkable ,fory about the two Enids nnd the trou- e jfOCK 181U1HI vrmiiuii .-.luneiico in retting their trains turougn tno south ' Ln. South Enid is tho town established I k the government, whilo North Enid, n -,in nr so awuy, is a Uhcrokeo allotment town, in w'.iicli tho Rock Islnml has tin t. a- Tlinvn la fi Mi.Tinf. nf Mm.lli 1?ntrl there tho trains stop. Passengers for South Enid disembark there and go the i.i ...on nf tlio wnv in lincks. South Enid is a booming town, and its legislators, full of their new power, make ordinances to cover all tho exigen cies of life in a brand new town. They laTe been greatly worried at tho lack of woner railroad facilities, and to movo the company thoy recently passed an or dina...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 27 December 1893

caapzi Tw VWW W oAjMtAju joUJ&jjUas, WKDSfcltf , bjaidMtBBB 2, it4. AyjUiNliNO' ' ' mi i . i jJBMlbti PfTTEND Closing OM 110 W 111 At Cost. Evervthine in the stock and be convinced. The Palace D. Q. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. Our reed rockers and fancy work bas kets have arrived. Come and see them. The most sensible prea nti for Xm ut Keller & Sons. Local Dates Jan. 1. Y. M. 0. A. reception. Jan. 20. Sy Perkins comedy. A Lucky Accident. Yesterday forenoon Edgar Van Avery attempt ed to jump onto the i. P. yard engine as it was slowly moving' toward blm, when by a misstep one foot was caught under a wheel. The young man Rung on manfully or his t ntire body would have heen drawn under. As It was It became necessary to amputate his great toe, an a' though he eu tiered graai pain, th boy Ib quite com ortablo to day. This accident should serve as a strong lesson for oys to keep away from moving cars and trains. Bnao Boat. The U. S. Snagboat Corvallis arrived at Salem at ...

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 1893

p4$Sfc' 1r i -i. i.h nflrt Jr T- OJI.BAIfiST '.ftp iYfM.j n.. Associated Press Daily News paper Published on the Pacific Coast. $8.00 a Year. ' ' nwtr- newt tThilvjI unu oi.ni ,. unmiiii j Arl X xjlJLj JOURNAL SScta. a BMMk br Prepaid I Advaae. ' X Paper $e4 WIhmj Time Out. TLTJtt, SlL'eiiSSblSJ2'4 ga'Tgc VOL. 6. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OKEGON, THTTKSDAY, DECEMBER aa 1893. MWt a-4j1 DAILY EDITION, ko. aofiffi Served Exclusively to the 21 ,477,212 People admitted to the World's Fair Grounds. Universally accented as the Leading nne coffee of the World. DAMON BROS., BLUE FRONT. Ed. C. Cross, Choice Ids, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Fresh, Salt and Smoked Heats of a Winds 95 Court and 110 state streets. mmm KPh JIWI TheNewYorkandNew England Crash. BIG IOWA BANK FAILURE. Washington Officials Looking for Trouble. ENORMOUS SHRINKAGE OF VALUES Continues to Depress the Fiuan cial Situation. K. MBEKEI & Co., Hop Exporters OFFICE, Oberlxeira Block, up stairs, Salem. W. A. TEMPLET02T, Gen'l...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 December 1893

r r-A-i . day .bun ax or UaJf-rivaju aOttJSAi,, ltJRSlXAX IJEOBMBEIt 2d, iob4. Life !J" Mtiih.iifcjywb i ii "3tl.W-siiHHMfclTii TBE CAPITAL JOURNAL. POUU1SUKD DAILV, KXCEFT B0NDAY. BY TUB Qapifcil Journal Publishing Company Fostoiflce Block. Ooinmercifel BtreeU HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. bally, by carrier, per months Dally, br mall, Pf yr Weekly, 8 pages. Per year, W60 300 1.60 FAClLlfATK EHIMiOYMENT. The governor of Oregon says two tblrda of the worklngmen of this Btate arc out of employtueut. Granting It la true, fortlio's-sako of argument, what hasxhe done to facilitate employment? There Is great distress all over our country for Iwant of employment. In tbostj-eoi&dltfoua hU alwaysaquestlou, wua&bavo'tuofle uutulbority done to alleviate the conditions of labor? What has GovernorPeunoye&,douo to facili tate employment of tbo thousands of men uuainployed In this statr The laBt legislature lovied taxes foi half a doziu state lustitutlous, from an asylum In Eastern 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. — 28 December 1893

55m rf-"- . &Ymm .OABIAL .JQlj&j TEttJBSDAY, DBOEMBm 8, 1898. ' iTliOjfinnll, Ho bns no, ground rent to pay, for Redoes not build hi? bqusoupon any, and asks no botler foundations for what ho lives in than bis own back. Being bis own landlord, bo is not jiaiU) for bouso rent, nnd when bo is pot inBido tfyemjiis apartments aro unfurnished ones. Where'er ho dwells ho dwells nlone; Rtccpt himself litis cliattela nouo, Well siitlnllod to bo hla own Whole treasure. Ho is tho despair of bis creditors, for ho bus nothing to lovy upon, aud H tho brokers oizo his bouso tboy uiz him, too, and bo is none tho worse, for bo was at homo as ho was. Incoino tax collectors gnash their tcoth over him, for if,tbeyassess him on his bouso property-ho walks out of it. It is bis freehold only so long as ho remains within. Onco outsido it is nothing, a mero (shell, and no heading in any schedule meets tbo caso. This is why, no doubt, ho Bomotimes leaves his lodg ings and goes into others to bafflo ...

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 1893

, jklXAlAt SjjLfjL'XJLju 4WUa&JLLt THUBSDAYf-D&CEMBEB 28, 188. '! I. TV. iafc PTT END the great Closing Oiil IP M At Cost. Everything in the stock goes. All new goods. Come and be Lonvinced. The Palace D. Q. & S. Co., 397 COMMERCIAL STREET. Our reed rockers and fancy work bas kets have arrived. Come and see them. The most a nslble pres-nta for Xtuas u" Keller & Sons. Local Dates. Y. M. C. A. reception. By Perkins comedy. Jan. 1. Jan. 20. A Misdemeanok. Last night aftei A. H. Damon tbe exprrssmuu retired some mischievous lndividu.il took tht burs from both wheels on one side ot bis wagon, and this morning when In started out on his work of course tin wheels came oil, letting him down severely with tho wagon. Mr. D. knows just about who perpotrated the aot, and may conclude to prosecute the culprit. i o Okeqon AND DAKOTA. Two Dakota men met on the streets of tialem the other day, when one immediately broke loose to bis friend about the bard times. "Why," he said, "this...

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 1893

Tr- Wftg.'fB.Jy. ,,' . ,, OttHAJftttStf t'NE CEHT'MBSu j Associated Press Dally News ' paper Published on the Pacific Coasti $3.00 a Year. (jAr 11 AJu 8S'e4 mmOi Vi J vJ U Jtlli jcVJlj Prepaid In AivaMWi . If Paper gsat Tiste Is Out. as VOL. 6. DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER liU, i8)3. DAILY EDITION". NO.aQsS I r- i & W M JrV The New York Racket Has Special Bargains in all Holiday Goods .SUCH AS. DoIIh, Toilet and Shaving Sets, Work Boxes, Manicure Sets, and ,Silk Mufflers, all at Greatly Reduced Prices to Close Out I Also price are reduced to close out Mackintoshes, Rubber and Oiled Coats, and Men's and Boys' Rubber Boots. I offer a fine line of Ladies, Gents' and Children's all wool, mixed, and cotton underwear, at very low prices. Call and examine stock and prices. E. T. BARNES. State Insurance Block, 333 Com! St. Ed. C. Cross, ice lUMiWMiMiMMaMM ( Mais Wliolcsnle ami JJctail nnnlcr in Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats of a Miiuk OS Court and 110 State Streets. EX ...

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 1893

- r3rimnw MfTti&jubt oAje'ii-jiau uirita5fAXi, run) at, December 29, ia. '1HE CAPITAL JOMAL. PUBLISIIKD DAILY, KXOKPX 8UNUAY, BY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company t'ottofflce Block. Commercial Btreet. 1I0FER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by carrier, per month,- .uV V.V innll. tier -rear. xnfin a.oo Weealy, 8 pages, per year,. 1.6J A BUSINESS U VERN0R. Oregf a Is suffering for wnt of a bu siness governor one who will attend Btrlctly to llio business of tbo Ptiite and as strictly mind Ills own business ac cording to the constitution. Tb is pa per has contained some severe but de served criticisms of Governor Peunoy er. Tho sumo criticism would have followed similar aoU by any governor. Borne people are no doubt sy lug, Wliai would you have a governor do ? Well, how would It do for a irovernor to en force the laws and enforce the obllga tlous duo the state. It is the law ul this stale that county treasurers shall pay out of the first money iu theli hands the taxes due the state. V...

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 1893

k . The Mulct Knew tho'ltonte. i ,mnrknbl6 instahco of 'tbo stub- w,fiineB8 with whifch muloa retain tfleas onco impressed upon thorn was m;il ouu " " """ " vuuijr- 1 WUO lor yuura uuu uitvuii uia n and served his 300 or moro (istomors in Cincinnati personally, ifl suddenly before ho could civo lis son a list of tho customers. Tho latter, however, started tho wagon jo town at tho usual hour tho next ? : "z i. :".; J.if tVlT.Il II1HLI UULIUUH to cimivnr The animals trotted nlonp briskly i' till thoy reached Abigail Btreet, where they pulled up in iront ot a grocery. ) A maid with a pitcher soon ran out, ? ind taking tho name and order tho 1 driver continued. Ho simply started the mules, letting them pick tho " mute, and when thoy finally hoaded (or homo he found ho had a list of over 800 customers. The mules had not only stopped at all tho regular places, but, as was afterward learned, tad regained sevoral former custom ers who had changed milkmen re cently, but who, pleased with the...

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 1893

T PUBLl Capita UallyJ uauy." woeai. Orel slnesi Btrictl aa Btrfl oordll perl oerveil er. 11 follov Home would how force J tlouel this si py, hand does i lnste be sea totlid In' Bboulf b jard levy i to I of the1 workr were cause - retain? and t rnescc Tb.l turn j lio fui neeaji attorii lawB j fer oe If thtl theyj forced bytl ward for all A poj dollafi turn! rich t eandi Istbl Thtl Leagu Besalod to the! unanl ary t ed Sttl to as? BODtfl tore cl a law duett Willi wage ria woinS ly lot couat powel tute land: Eyl low, of low shou( the triet.I this I Khali; a potj frleac hapa; aud si Jud MTTEND Closing OM 130,000 ft tit .At Cost. Everythirg in the stock goes. All new goods. Come and bo convinced. The Palace D, Q. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. Our reed rockers and fancy work bas kets have arrived. Come and see them. The most sensible pres.nt3 for Xmn9 at Keller & fr'ous. Jan. 1. Jan. 20. Local Dates. Y. Jtf. C. A. reception. Hy Perkins comedy. Prison Entektainment. As has been 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. — 30 December 1893

::S;i:;aSBSaii- v V i " "j ffl CHEAPEST Associated Press Daily News paper Published on the Pacific Coast. $JM0 a Year. CAPITAL ISS I An 't ; B 1S8SJ KHtkg e hl 'mm ml oatib thiri mana1 pol Deli! ". Ti aven be pi a idle) fflw ln ?0CM atoffi 1D( I e, roe uiitr U-. r, th;l nil But recut ill 0 J2Mt' a Vi n h it a tarj M 3010.1 HUli fcltli ion itw iia ) 0( rear. AWf -mofli prop rtoll IHIBj aresw . WW far Jeald nniw j do scaur 3a ei atUi id It RJ cal .01 VOL. 6. V 1 . ...... M IS IDE CHANCE OF Id Li m mm COMMENCING TODAY (Tuesday) I WILL SELL -FOR CASH. ANY $16.50,' $18.00, $20.00, $22.50, and $25.00 SUIT IN MY HOUSE FOR This is the greatest offer ever to avail yourself of F. C. Ed. C. K. Meeker & Co., Hop Exporters OFFICE, Oberheim Block, up stairs, Salem. W. A. TEMPLETON, Gen'l Agent. CHURCHILL perly SC us at BURROUGHS lOS State Street. Now JHLfrk nd Holiday Goods Th? Heufcsf, - . . . - H mir Mammoth StOCK neiore you toust of all, audiu surely tavenu THE NEW WILLAMETTE STABLES tnple...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 December 1893

hwmvi w?w ,J" ' AimiU y, gi3iJ. 10, ifct. f : r -a.l OrenoTThat ut, ..,a favorable geographical ifctid clltuatfc condition, waterpowere, rivers, railroads, cltlea and fartub, fac- torfH ana enierpribe not iu uu ic ''npecls equal to borne other states It " each particular, but in the aggregati surpassing the most favored states ii the UuIod. With oue leuth of our tt-r ntory we cau fted all ttie rest of tin state. With oue tenth of our tlmbei we can bouso aud wunu all the rest With oue tenth of our Hocks we cm supply meats aud clothes to the rest i our people and so on through the llbt If tho people of Oregon cau learn t produce those things iu abuuduiid which the rest of the world wuutu i buy of this state, they, have a veritablt gold-mine of 03,000 square miles. There should be more intelligem study among our farmers to product less of those things which are a druj; on the market, which are cheap aud unprofitable, aud more of the tblugt which wo import, as pork, lard, egg, butter, 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. — 30 December 1893

jSJBBeSS&L lbbB.) tl. lllno M.) ipr.) 1 N. and an es 10 a 10 Jros.) arce. 3 (S. but-, sur- J.) U (P Co.) Co.) (p. and and outed 'o.) . D. '. D. D. D. '. D. Co.) 1 o.) Coi and Co.) Co.) Co.) Co.) and for and . 33 f ince tees any ' of tach to rt th Au- the full .-lea lat m, on, 5. ler- 8. ua- ru irta re in ihe lto -ai uu Ice. Lm. 1 . r r- CURE 7 ..j.aii.a .II th trmiti.MtlnH Si tate of the system. iuch as M tathS 81.1. o While their most ,ru," "' . i... i,n hnwrf In eurlnr. SICK u Tet&RTM's LirrutiLnrwi Pats S.liiW " Constlpat on, curing KLuhli annoying complaint, white iron uMrnct ill disorder of thn stomach, "??T:.7 n,l rezulale the bowels. Skjonlycurod HEAD Jwenld be almost priceless to thOfO Sf from this distressing cemplaint: "" ..I- .1..I. anw1nAr riftM nnt -flfl KSthnM ho once try them will find KM v , -Li (h am manv urava flint Kb."vi.mnr'do"Withdt'tt: ftfAUIW-uc. . ACHE um of no many Uvea that here t where JTmir rrsat boost. Our pllla cure It Jdieridonot. WlLrnLB LITE...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 December 1893

" -rr ?pr f,' & "QW. rt avAwtflR (xtjRK&fe jotosaij, sa'uvjxdat, djbcembbb ao, is. -c not I IN f J5-TTEHD CIosiD $1000 I 1 At Cost Everything in the stock and be convinced. The Palace D. Q. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREE n. Our reed rochore and fauoy work bas kets have arrived. Come mil see them. The most sensible present for Xm is at Keller & Sons. Local Dtes. Jan. 1. Y. M. C. A. reception. Jan. 20. By Perklus comedy. TUB NEW YBAtt'S JOURiNjJL The New Ykaus Journal accord lne to our regular custom will appear on Monday evening Juii. 1st., 1894. No special effort has been made to 'make It an expensive paper. The rul of The Joubval Is to Incur no expensr not justified by the times, but to make itself self-sustulnlng In every issue. The New Years Journal will be a large paper with a large amount of In terestloe and valuable matter. It 'will go to all our d illy readers and to thou sands of Deonle in other states. Busi ness men and all who desire notices of their eatern...

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 1894

r lv i PAPERS, A, WEEKX7Tr,p,Pr 7 ABVERTlSEItS THc Journal lias n Larger Cir culation In fialem nnd Marlon County than any Salem neWspa per. Bee our Huts. IIOFKK ItltOB 1'ubllsher. 25 eta. eth by Mull f , , ,. JOURNAL L . ... J - 'SF W " repaid atiicti ' it No Papers Seat Whan Clme Oat. $3.0 a Year, SALEM. Ott&ttO'N. MONDAY, JA2TOARY 1 894. DAILY EDITION. NO. aio. VOL. 6. tDAIXY EDITION. bj tjieflMB2EK3M3flMMMEMMMMs. sH' ' vlMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM A mini Ai I" ' MNMHMnMMMEHMMlUMMH ' m1 mm' m m- (awiiHHBUBUHMMi m SM JT m H m H (HSHBIHI it " ir n in . . i ' ' i i. ,' ' 1,1 -- ' , .1 i .'.... ... i .. i : i ..- t J t 'M m ft.MVtft K M V ( V ' ', J' 1 , , I ,t bH rt . f ., .- , 4 . ii Mil is saw : It is a good plan to make your purchases at a store where you cun always find the very best goods at the lowest possible prices. If you will take a little trouble to examine the stock and notice the prices at M TT You will find that on an average V jper cent on every article bought M M ...

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 1894

m ft R ns- wkj -.r 'V, 4 F jfifc WKMi' JOURNAL. jUHCfBHKO DAILY, KX0K1T SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company Pottofflee Hlock. Commercial Street. 1 HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. fJtil , I rr- Milmllr, by carrier, per months M 3.0i) IM11IT, or man, iir jcir- fWMKly.S pages, per year, 1.60 "JH-LiiBlH i -i-1"-' J l - L ABOUT UlJKiBt.VlM. silt rmy eem unpardonable pride and luexoustiblo cirotfm to apeak of our- Siolves and to speak of our own success In our clioaen Held of J urtiallBin. Hut we can'iiof 'look Wkf over tho labors of four yea wlUioUt'conuratuIullrig our selves and thanking tho public for en ttbllng us to build uu a solid newt- , paper business In CK'gon from small beginning. Vo'tatfo a comparatively unknown i newspaper, heavily In dubt, and rcqtilr- ;Ing.6)BtaotaiwesmeiiU on tlio stock- holders lo keep It alive, and build It up Into a salf-sustalnK business with nutate ."''circulation second to only ouo paper In urejfon, is uut bukuw "" " 'diya of competition. To havo Huc...

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 1894

jVJUSBJJst oAJ(fJiTiUU HyJ?AvMPNDAYli,AOTABV;X,iaPi. i. i i a m m HI I M "ill ,,r -r" .t, cty.Z-Jfcv HE PAID THAT DEBT. Dd Won a Nice Little Het For u I'rlend of Illit. A good story is told of tho f orKotful- S3 of n certain rticnaru ocon. no met wealthv friend of his at the Saturu !ub Ono day uiid said: Oh, Bron&onel Just the man l waut- M to seel Lend mo $10, will you? I left y wallet liome." Mr. Bronsono gave him the money, d with an amused expression on his faco told Mr. Scott ho'fl remind him of e loan m case it slipped his memory. Two weeks went by, and one day Mr. ronsone gentlv referred to the loan, hich was promptly paid by Mr. Scott. few nights later he again went up to ood Mr. Scott and began: Of course, you know, Scott, it's a hing I hato to speak of, but you er orrowed $10 of mo a little over two eoks ago, and if you can" 'My dear sir," returned Mr. Scott, yon really must pardon me. My poor emory plays me false too often." And he took $10 from his pocket and handed ...

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 1894

-W HE. sr " " ItSr sfPAnrsT" KTT END Closing Otif 10.000 M At CovST. v w ii.: : i afnlr r- xvurjfuiini; "' -"- o aikJ be convinced. The Palace D. G. & S. Co., COMMERCIAL STREET. 1307 'Our retd rockera and fa- cy work 1 as- hitbhive arrived. Come and to Hum. tTsM wost sD!b:e pres nt for Xmas al fXeirer A Bona. Local Datei. Y. M. C. A. reception, ay Perkins comply. .Tan. 1. m uu.no. S A HAPPY EVBNT. Xesteruay morn haatfltio o'clock Mr. It. P. Wlniat If whI MIm Blanche Campbell were mar ried t th home or tno oriuea pareuw IW Center street, Ilev. Brton C. IllgK' oMctlBt, Tbe groom baa been a resl deatofBalem for the past three years VM general agent for tho Htandard ewia iacblne company, and left thb nfternoon with hli bride for Pittsburgh Pa., where beawMimea a similar posi tion, and whera they will tnako their future home. The wedding ceremoti took place. 1 n llio presence of Mr. and Mr, Campbell and a few near reia "tlvea and friends. Thobrldeand groom both held high seclal posit...

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