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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 January 1894

i i 6 PAPERS A WEEK! 25cts. a month by Mail Prepaid in Advance. No Papers Sent Wheo Time In Oil. $3.00 n Year. JOURNAL. The Journal hat a larger Cir culation In Salem and Marie County than any Salem newspa per. Bee our Hats. HOFKR BROS Publishers. SAJLEM, OKEGONs SATUEDAY JAITUARY 6, i8H4. DAILY EDITION. VOL.. 7. DAILY EDITION. NO. 3. jAll x AJu ; - : , , , -- . IMSILD'S ill SALE PMLm Any Siiil op Ov?rcoaf -IN OUR 1S.OO Our neighbors are trying to sell a few chestnuts on a fluke sale. We don't do things in halves, but make a clean sweep. From this date we will give you your choice of any SUIT OR OVERCOAT In our house for $15.00. All go. No reserve. Come and see what $15.00 will buy A. S, BRASFIELD. Ed. C. - " .'. CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS THE XEW WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or weel at reasonable prices. We keep a full line of Trucks, Drays and Express tr meet all demands. Also keep the finest Stallions in this county, for rvice. B...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 January 1894

&mm 0Ajid?Ai jomAh.tiJmmjf tfAMMW. ,rt(pTYfip V'--a,-;.. .. f iniiiuiic i . -sssgfta IP TIE CAPITAL JODRSAL. JWOtMHXB J)AUiT, JUtCKIT 8UWDAY. JJTTH CiUJ .Journal Publishing Company PoslotSe Blsek. Ojmnurclfcl Blreet. HOfER BROTHERS, - Editors. Jtw'lr. by ca rte'. P1 month, Dllr. br mull, ir 7r, -0B , MO L0 Wklj, ( pftgea, per year,. .'onclnded Irom first Fage. CALAMITY'S PROGRAM. Ksgr lo carry Oregon itood In line wtidag tor the change promised them la return for their votes. They are strll ttstsdlnz there nud still waiting. Titu .tbe trains were taken oB. It m folly to haul only empty cars throsgb tb valley and over the mountain t to carry trnmpa end dead bMds. RmI estate udvertlslag dlsap peared from the columns of the largo Facifle Coast papers. Iteots declined. Land became valueless. All this ouly elated Fennoyer. Inspired with the eoljowal ambition of succeeding Clevc 1ab4 M the Idol of the Democratic mm la the while bouse, be eei t forth meaaage after metssage depleting th...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 January 1894

. Y"MV AMERICAN CHILDREN. WHEREIN THEIR EDUCATIONALTRAIN ING IS DEFECTIVE. 'Xhe Subtle Distinction Uetween "Instruo tion" and "Educatloji" Made by tho CIct er and Farseclng French Tba Need of American Yuutli. A subtle distinction between "instr.tc tlon" and "education" Is admirably drawn by that peoplo most highly en dowed with a strong analytical faculty, tho French, with tho habit of keen scru tiny, thorough investigation and just de duction usual with them. Tho difference existing between acquired knowledge on tho ono hand and inculcated virtues on the other has been embodied in these aeparato appellations, which carry with them two distinct meanings. Both may bo largely possessed apart from tho oth er. But when both are combined in ono Individuality tho highest degree of ex cellence has been obtained of which tho human race is capable. With us in America it is fair to state that instruction from books, in Bchpol and college, where tho aim must of necessity be only tho developmen...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 January 1894

xvxm&o- JOtmAIi.SA'KBDAT, .TAOTART 6, JtW4. Mwigji aKiiMvw,"ffctiWM THE GREAT 7XTTEHD Closing OW Sale I WOO M DRY GOODS and Shoes. At Cost. Everything in the stock goes. And ba convinced. All new goods. Come W. X. Parked Arrested. City Marshal Mlnto arrived from Portlaod ou the morulng train with W. W. Parker, who has for several years operated in tbl4 valley as pro duce buyer for RIcbet, Roberta and Kerr, of Portland. He was arrested iu Salem a year ago last N vember at the instance of Constable William, of In dependence, but ho case was made. Parker often hired livery rigs at IN THE SOCIAL REALM. The members of the Athenian club are notified that a business meeting will be held at the hall tonight The Old Folks Whist club will be en tertained by Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Wag ner at Hotel Willamette Monday evening. I (The farce comedy "Borderland" was Townsend's club Htuhloa nt thin ntvJ presented at Reed's last night. Itde- Davlnelu drafts, whlnh hnondnwil served a better home, but J...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 January 1894

v-tpKjmt$!ifi$j?i--t b PAPERS "A W&kl SScts. a month by Mail Prepaid in Advance. No Papers Seat When. Time in Ou. $3.00 a Year. V.Vl-. i? ,w; ,-!rr-ir'pw3r'-' AbVJJRTi&EitS Tito Journal hae a Larger Clr. dilution In 8alem and Marie County than any Salem netvep- per. Boo our list. IIOFER BROS A l'uMUhert. T.ir j.'.uj VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION.- SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JAIHJARY 8, 18H4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 4. "WHW JOURNAL vyxjL JL 1 x jctlJLj Great Reduction On all kiuds of UNDERWEAR at the m r h Villi -:-Our Stock -:- Consists of all wool, and mixed underwear, for Ladies, Gents and Children, of all styles, and with us a reduction brings the price very low, of those things that are already marked low at full pric6. ' . ,- . K t , ; i :Ve;haye a fine line of all wool, 'scarlet underwear' for rheumatics,. Call and save money while you can. A:ll other kinds of goods in our line at very low prices. E; T. Barnes, State Insurance Blocl-c, tiyD. O. jaMMte- Choice Meats,. WHSBh CHURCHILL AN...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 January 1894

f Ml lit, CAPITAL JOIMHL 1-UM.IHKXD DAILT, EXCEPT B0KDAY. riw CspM itumat Publishing Company Pjstofico Block. Commerclid Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. 1 ally. ty carrier, per month, Mali, br uu.ll, per year, Weealr, F. per ear JO.M . xoo THK BOAD CWVEXTIOS. It te probably jilniiat uele to ex pect intelligence mad enthusiasm on the 8hjtfCfc of better road. In Ibla in of crank and oppos-Ulon, no mat tr whit will be nroDOsed. if it U fin'!loanlty and lotellectclence and meco to defeated. The worthiest vagaries of one man lifce Peunoyer at tract more admiration and gain more applause tban the most salutary and philosophic proposition that can be framed. We nej.l roiJi; the people seed etsplynient; yet we dare say the BBorebuiluewllke, the mora practical tbe plans to eecuro tnew ends, the lers approbation tbey are likely to tnett wftb. The road convention to be held at Sales, Jan. 13tb is by far the most im portant gathering that will probaby be held la Marlon county tbls year. Ther...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 January 1894

AT THE TABEKNACLE. RV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON THE BREAD QUESTION. Soma of the Causes Which Lead to the Ever Present Dtstreis Amon; tile Work ing Classes Alcohol and Improvidence Are Potent Factors. Brooklyn, Jnn. 7. It seemed appro Hnto that Dr. Talmiigo should preach tills sermon after his personal contribu tion of 8,000 pounds of inent and 2,000 .loaves of bread to tho poor who gather id flhivoring in tbocold around the bak ery and meat storo of Brooklyn, where tho food was distributed without tick ets, and no recommendation required except hunger. The text was, Matthew xxvi. 1 1, "' Yo have tho poor always with you." Who said that? Tho Christ who never owned anything during his earth ly stay. His erartlo and his grave wero borrowed. Every fig ho ato was from some one else's treo. Every drop of water ho drank was from some one else's well. To pay his personal tax, which was very small, only 81 4 cents, ho had to perform a miracle and mako a Gsh pay it. All the heights and depths ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 8 January 1894

- fer- ATTEND Closing OM : WOO Mil L At C Everything in the stock $Md be convinced. The Palace D, G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. When You Buy FURNITURE Interview KELLER & SONS. Comer Commercial and Chemeketa treeta. Their low prices will win you oyer. Try them onre. Local Dates. Jsh. 13. County road conveutlon. Jaa. 90. By Perkins comedy. Fruit Growers. Tbo 6th annual teeetla; of tbb Marion County Hurt! mltsral Bociety will be held at Salem, eta Tuesday, Jan. 16th, beginning at 1030, a. m., at A. O. U. VV. ball or Court House. Notice of place to be gives la Daily Journal. All mem bers are requested to act as committee f eae to get as many fruit growers to attend as possible. "In Union Is Ktresgth." Election of officers at thin meeting. F. J. Beatty, president. BUSINB33-LlKB OlIARITY. To aight at the Hotel Willamette reading rooms will be held a meeting by Ba ton's business men and tax-payers to devise some means for the employment fall who are out of work. Suggest ions ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 9 January 1894

6 Papers a WEfeki 26 eta. a moath by Mall Prepaid la Advance. No Papers Seat When Time is Out. $3.00 a Year. --'crrswv '"SK1 iTirw" v.. fCN uArl X jljlJLj Tlin Journal ha a iArger Oir culatlon In 8alera and Marie County than any Halein newitpA per. Seo oiir list. HOFKR BROS l'ublUhtm. VOL,. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY,, JANUARY J, ik4. JDAIXY EDITION. NO. 5. JOURNAL. '""BKjwigyTffPBB iR 2 Sf3 H us HH 1ASILD S GRAD SALE ! Any Stiii -IN OUR 15.00 Our neighbors are trying to sell a few chestnuts on a fluke sale. We don't do things in halves, but njake a clean sweep. From this date we will give you your choice of any SOFT OR OUERCOflT In our house for $15.00. All go. No reserve, see what $15.00 will buy A. S, Ed. C. CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS THE NEW WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horses boarded by day or weet at reasonable prices. We keep a- full line of Trucks, Drays and Express to meet all demands. Also keep the finest Stallions lu this county,...

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

EVmmtQ CAPITA!, JOTHiNAlOTESDAY, JATTABT 9. 1894, ,m,CAglfiL J011MAL -JULiaHKD DAILY, EXCEPT BUMDAY. BT THJt .uCf&Ir Journal Publishing Company Fosto-Boe Black. OommereUl BtxeeU KOFER BROTHERS, Editors. bsUljrvbjrca-rler, per month.. Dally, br mail, ir jr, YVl7, p-,perjear, -IOM aoo - uu HAVIKSSIYU TUB EJiUI.NES. ,Ep. jQOtyAu: Following article frpjijftbe Nw JTurk Tribune is imper thienJ.i.do foll.of prophecy, and ex plain tbe situation so well, will you pjee reprint for benefit of tbe rising jseerallou oyuUtriviidgreally oblige a retderofyojir paper; J. H. W WHAT BEPUUl.ICA.NB BELIEVED 10 -MONTIIB,AO. From a speech In Music Hull, BuUa Jo, September 10.189J, by Hon. White ,s)w,Jteld: There Is one vital question in this ctuafgu. Are the people so dlasat is " fled with their prcseut prosperouc eourao that they are ret'Jy to invite a dangerous shock by suddenly reversing tbe engines? For it Im not a mere raxUflcation of the crane, a formerly, .;j,tbatouruppjnenta now propose. Thc t...

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

J5PT-BV""" n JESUfafllflaV, VJ&tBXL SfOTmSXAXi. TUESDAY, JAiWAir 9, It. A.V.ST sacs THtiABT OFr-BrfEATHINQ. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Properly Uaerelsedilt Will Prevent or Ue tard Pulmonary Affection. Dr. Mays will bo surprised nt tho in ference which some paragrapher has drawn from his paper in tho August Century on "Breathing Movomonts as a Cure" which inferen-; is to the effect that tho wearing of corsets proveat3 con sumption in women nnd is therefore a strong point on tho hide of thoaa who wish to and do wear theso article of lothing. Although this conclusion is possible perhaps from tho premises presented, it is a hasty nnd surfneo one, admitting wido qualification, nnd, moreover, it in troduces an issue upon which tho paper does not bear in any degreo. Inliisio pcarches for data upon his subject Dr, Muys secured tracings of tho breathing movements of several classes of women, full blooded Indinns, paitially and sjnii civilized and civilized, getting results proportionally differen...

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

s i :, I Vh k f . I- ? ! p HTT END Closing Offl Id Ml All Everything in the Cstock At Cost and b convinced. The Palace D. G. & S. Co., .307 COMMERCIAL STREET. When You Buy FURNITURE) Interview KELLER & SOW. Cenm Commercial and Chenvket Kcd. Tttelr low price will win you ever. Try thm nw. Local Dates. Jan. 13. County rd convention. Jfts. 39. By Pertlns comedy. JacksoxCocxtt. A correspendent: Tie boH tinboaaded Indignation I expressed tore at Gov. Pennoyer pes JHter to tbe president of tbt TJaHed Hite. There is not & single e ' destitution or want In Jackson Maty, sad It ! safe- to assume that tb are few looking for work but wkit can find employment, either In tkeaiBMoroa tbe farm of Jackaon esaty at Urine wages. A a calamity kewler tbe governor oalberoded Herod sd spread dismay and eonsterftatlnn tbreegb the ranks of hU own party, by bis uncalled lor commanlcatlon to ear chief executive. He addreaaes Frs4iBt Claveland a though be beld tbe des-tisy of the American people i...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 January 1894

s --- -t: . i V '' wwS5MSBP(f ' ' "'&' r awilW4 ' I1' W " . A-Jii. 6 PAPERS A WEEK! 25cts. aaoath by Wall Prepaid in Advance. No Papors Sunt Wbon Time I Out. $3.00 u Year. AJJVJfiltriBJBlttJ -Tim Journal hft ft larger Cir culation In Salem and Marion County than nnjc Salem aewipa per. Bee our ItstJ. HOFKR BROS M I'ublUlien. JtvlNI .J Jj CAPITAL JpBI JOU rrMBiMaMap''wiMwi'l,,,,IWB'l,wM - - - VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OI?EGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, iH4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 6. Great Re On all kiuds of UNDERWEAR at the disction j . K NEW OBK ElCIffl! Our Stock PESSYlYANIi RNSYl.Y M DEMOCRATS Charge Hard Times on the Republicans. TOE COLORADO LEGISLATURE Consists of all wool, and mixed underwear, for Ladies, Gents and Children, of all styles, and with us a reduction biings the price very low, of those things that are already marked low at full price. We have a fine line of all wool scarlet underwear, for rheumatics,. Call and save money while you earn A.11 other kinds of goods in...

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 January 1894

gts V&mX& CAPITAL, JOUUBAI,, WEDNESDAY, JAtftJABY fc, 1804. W m CAriTAL JOURNAL. fi " -i'iii' I ' ii ' re(iMXO DAILY. EXCEPT BUHDAY, BTTHX C$tti Jturnal Publishing Company PostoSos Block- Oirit&'ifelt StTWt. JT.nl I """' " ''' '""' HOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. lUllr, bjr carrier, per month,. -S0 .ZOO -0 IHUIjr, or jnsii, r jwr. WelT, Pf Pr 7r- THE TARIFF CONTEST. Ti have to arrest Democratic con gressmen to niakes quorum to enter apotiVcouslderiitldn of the Urifl bill atujfrnfilf tot tbe" prospect of M passage. In runnlugeway from the tiftllsof leg islation when tbe Wilson bill Is up for debate shows that representatives have lesfffesrof tbelr constllutenh If they defeat that measure by non-attendance than If (Key keep the party pledges and pass the bill. But under whip and spur tbey are forced to at tend and even put under arroat to car ry out the Democratic program. The Was way congressmen are probably ttOVSd by a true instiuct of self-preservation. The Democratic par...

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 January 1894

"7IT 3VWm3X& CAKtBAti. OUKSrAi, WEDtfESfrAlyjANTTAHY JtO, 18H4. THE LORE Di1 SKULLS 0 GREAT STORY TELLERS TO THOSE WHO CAN INTERPRET THEM. Clmt With a Profr-or of Sltull-ol-sy tVh" I In Cliorco or tho Rochester Muspum of Human Osteology Ancient FhhIiIoiiS of Deferming: tlio Ilcnd. It is not generally known that prob kbly tho most complete museum of hu fnan osteology is located in Rochester I udor chaipe of Professor Charles H. Ward, who has an international repu tation ufl an authority on this question. 'Skulls aro great story tellers," said Professor Ward. "For instance, tho original of this cast of tho top of n skull overturned tho theories of half of Europe, and probably its discovery was tho most sensational thing in tho l calm of scionco of tho decado. Before this picco of bone, which you can hold in your hand, was discovered, nothing had been found which tended to show that human lifo existed in tho pregla cinl period, in tho days of tho cavo bear and other antcglacial fos...

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 January 1894

fre - i Sri- TJ HTTEND Closing OW WOO Mil At Cost. Everything in the stock goes. All now goods. Come and b convinced. The Palace D, Q. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. -:- JANUARY OFFERINGS -:- Assortment Colored Veilings per yard, 50c. Hair Switches and Bangs, 50 cts oft the $1.00. Assortment Col. Silk Velvots, 50 cts off the $t 00. Hair Ornaments, 50 cts off the $1.00. Ladies' Hand i erchicfr, 25 eta off the $1.00. Assortment Col. Satin Ribbons, 25 cts ffthe $1 00. Assortment Col. Silk Ribbons, 25 cts off the $1.00. Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Children's Trimmed Hats, Millinery Novelties, vsammmarm The Finest of Line Oak Exttmloa Table can be aeen at KKLLRR & 8U!gS, The ' Furniture Rustler, Cor. Cbe niebetaand Commercial. Local Datei. Jan. 13. County road convention. Jan. 20. By Perkins comedy. "Pkbtihknt." It Is yery pertinent, although the compositor and proof reader made the word read 'Imperil sent." Headers who read that article, "Reversing the Engi...

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 January 1894

"'' "" f"mm " "''".ISfP'V '!' &- vx ""n Jtf 'Wi w'j&'iyjtfwjpr-?rrfi' 'Wl'WrTfjyWr" "ijpf -tt ( r -$s T.nrwi i - A (. Tf 6 PAPERS A WEEK I 85cts. a month by Mall Prepaid in Advance. No Papers Sent When Tlmo Is Out. $3.00 n Year. " At JOURNAL IjAt 1 J -A.JLJ Tlin Journal hat a Larger Cir culation In Batata and Martoa County than any Salem newipa per. Bee our lliti. noFES KRnfi 1 H VabUtheri. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THTJBSDAY, JAITUABY II, i8JI4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 7, "WfOTTlRp $15 -:-LAST RESORT -:- $15 Between our expectations and realizations stand 500 faultless and fashionable SUITS AND OVERCOATS Unsold. Bright prospects have turned to disjoint ing realities. We had hoped to increase our business 1 st year fifty per cent. You know of the stumbling blocks that have been in the way. You have had your reasons for saving your money. Your neigh bor has had his and thus our hopes were blasted. But we'll untie those purse strings We have made a sacrifice that you mu...

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 January 1894

1894. SVBNIJUQ '& OAPITAI, JOUBNAJC.. THUBSDAY, JANUARY H r m CAF1TAL JOURWAL atrU0t0 DAILY KXCWPT BOWDATf, BT-TKB CafiUl. Journal Publishing Company Pntoffles Block. OommercUl Street. IfOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. J tally, by carler,pr month,. Dally, bjr mall, per jear Weekly, 8 pse, per year JO 60 .1.00 THE PATRIOTIC ORDERS. Davoted to tfc Fraternal Societies of tb. Daf attaint of Oregon. frhU4fPrtraent devoted tonaw irnrt d! cumIod of mutters of luUrenl to Ui Offend Army pol, Woman Relief Corpa nd ou of V(erMM of Orvgoo will appear oeu oatur day ib Ui Daily CAriTAi. Jout2AU uutil furiuw.cat. ov, Kor 'i wuu a luouiu you crni bol only. get all tba oewf of tbo orders luor- eon DUi secure tun euinpiew mwc pic any newspaper, otuu iieius-oi aabMlpttons dlreetw tde puDiuuer. iioioi Hna , Malem, Or.) SONS OK VCTEKAN8. J. Win. Wilsou, tbo efficient adju tant u( tbe Division uuder Col. Drake, Is now captain of lists Sherman camp. He Is a hard worker, full of tbe right spirit of eutbus...

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 January 1894

HyTENJQ OAEWhAIi JOTTI&TAIi, THURSDAY, JANTJABY II, 18i)4. HUMAN SACRIFICES IN RUSSIA. This Horrible Practice Still Exist luTlint Country. Very few persons jn Europe oreJso whoro are aware that human sacrifices still exist iu a part of the Russian empire. The fact is nevertheless certain. Among the Tchuktchis such sacrifices still take place and seem likely to be practiced for a long time to come. At tho same time no blame therefor can be attached to the Russian government or theorthoilox church, for efforts by both to stop tho custom have proved ineffectual. The sacrifices alluded to are those of old peo ple and tho sick, who, finding no pleas ure in life, resolve to have done with earthly existence, to rejoin their de.id re lations and go to increase the number of happy spirits. The Tchuktchi who has made up his mind to die immediately notifies hiu neighbors and nearest relatives. The news spreads in the circle of his friends, and all of them soon visit tho unhappy person to i...

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 January 1894

U- fv- m F . fc' I'lir M t fy m ra fc K Ik f v J5TTEND Closing Obt WOO Worth At Cost Everything in the stock and be convinced. The Palace D, G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. -:- JANUARY OFFERINGS -:- Assortment Colored Veilings per yard, 10c. Hair Switches and Bangs, 50 cts off tho 1.00. Assortment Col. Silk Velvots, 50 cts off the $ 1.00. Hair Ornaments, 50 cts off the $1.00. Ladies' Hand Kerchieft, 25 cts off the 1.00. Asstortment Col. Satin Ribbons, 25 cts off the 1.00. Assortment Col. Silk Ribbons, 25 cts off the 1.00. Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Ladies Trimmed Hats, Children's Trimmed Hats, Millinery Novelties, The Kinest of Line Oak Extension Tables can be seen at KELLER & SUNS, The Furniture Rustlers, Cor. Cbe meketa and Commercial. Local Dates. Jan. 18. County road convention. Jan. 20. By Perkins comedy. ROBBED Again. The aerlallst who was robbed at the fair grounds Just be fore leaving Salem, was robbed again at Saoremento. The Bee says, Jan. 8: The room of Hazel K...

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