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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 January 1894

K, " T I y-T Ji'ljpjlJH IW'II -V?PtWJrwT . .? 6 PAPERS A WEEK! 25cts. a month by Mail Prepaid in Advance No Papers Sent Whop Time in Out. $3.0 a Year. JOURNAL. ADVERTISERS Tho Journal has a Larger Cir culation in SMoro and Marfo County than any Sal cm Bewipa-, per. Bee our Hats. HOFBR BKOfl' Fubllaher. PITAL VOL. 7. DAILY .EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANTTARY la, ii4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 8. liKaIMMM0SVjK Ijxx. K. a Great Reduction On all kiuds of UNDERWEAR at the Iff :- Our 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 thoso 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 can. Ml other kinds of goods in our line at very low prices. E.T. State Insurance Block:, Ed. C. Cross, iSiIgfe8 sraKr7r'vvw,-.t'Mji' r CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS TME NEW WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed nnd ready to wait on...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 January 1894

EVEISTNQ CAPITAL JOUTCNAli, PRXDAY, JANTJABY 12, 1894. m 9 i M 111 R H iff 1 & .sr' . m I I r . 4 " HE CAPITAL JOURNAL , .Jy$UKKD .DAILY, EXCEPT 80WDAY, ST TH '.Gsp'rtaUaurnal Publishing Company Potofflci!ocfci CommercUI BlrwU HOfER BROTHERS, Editors. JLMlljr. by carrier, per months Dally, by mail, fr jtr, Weekly, page, per year, JOS) .3.00 .1A TUB OREa(WjAV:J POSITION. In reslstlmr a levy of taxes for 1893 - on the imsls of the valuation made by tbe State Equalizers, the Oregontau v plauts itself upou the injustice of tuerake of 80 pen-ent on town JoUmade by the board in 1892 TwtJa Impregnable ground. Although .the court sustained that sort of worts tbe Journal baa always contended that tbe Board has no authority what ever to Increase tbe total valuation over 133,000,000. Having made that horizontal raise of 90 percent on town lots la all tbe large .cities and 10 percent on farm lands all over tbe state in 1892, the assessors in 1893 very naturally warned up to that valuation. ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 January 1894

tTJDNESTG ' O&PIT&X .JaiHRNAL; ITEIDAT. TAWTJABT 13, 1884. FASHIONS IN HANDSHAKING. They Aro Varlublo, Intrlcute and llcqulre Study and Practice. Nothing is more disconcerting to persons who aro not privileged to closely follow tho changes of fashion than her vagaries in tho way of hand shaking. Just how and when and by what mysterious processes tho new hand3halro is evolved, tho old elimi nated, it is difficult to determine, but true it is that unless you aro quite up to dato and know tho very latest jerk of tho hand, curve of the wrist and nnglo of tho elbow you inightas well bo a decado bohind tho times. Indeed thoso of tho elect who as sid.iously practice theso muscular feats and leligiously note the slight est change in the fashion take it upon themselves to bo more personally ag grieved if one shocks their tender sensibilities with a last year's shako than if they attempt the old pump handle, which has no pretense to inodishness. Now, when two of those whoso brilliant ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 January 1894

fu . , il Nk Cm' ft 1 (U M fSjU H&P !'. LSV lift w H m PTT END Closing (Mil 1000 Mil At Cost. Everything in the stock goes. All new goods. Come "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 the $1.00. Assortment Col. Silk Velvets, 50 cts off the $1.00. Hair Ornaments, 50 cts off the $1.00. Ladies' Handkerchief?, 25 cts off the $1.00. Assortment Co!. 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 Line Oak Extension Table can be teen at KELLER & SONS, The Furniture Rustlers, Cor. Che mekeU and Commercial. Local Dates. -County road convention. By Ferklna comedy. Jan. 13. Jan. 20. A Bhabfcr Headkd Off. B. F. Wert, who baa been conducting F. B. Deerbon's printing business, has made aa unhappy exhibition of himse...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 January 1894

A it M PaPers a We I" !-$ . ,. njjgft ' ADVBRTISlSag The Journal ha a iArg-a 01r dilation In Salem and Marlon County than any Salem newepa per. Bee our lists. IIOFKR HKOR 25cts. a Bioatlx by Wall Prepaid In Advance No Papers Sent When Tlroo in Out. $3.00 a Year. JOURNAL ITAL ' Publisher. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, i8J4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 9. nip H 815 Between our expectations and realizations stand 500 faultless and fashionable SUITS AND OVERCOATS Unsold. Bright prospects have turned to dis ippoint hi 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 must appreciate and offering that you must improve or you will forfeit all claim to be ing prudent and proy-ident, any of our Suits or Overcoat...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 January 1894

8ATT7BDAT, JANUARY 13, 1894, HENTNQ CAPITAL jouiti?Ai.; tit- n Eil 1 1.1 Ht ? P M 4 THCAHTAL JOURNAL. PUiaLWHKDAILY, EXCIOT BOMDAY, BT THB Citinoirrta! PublisHirii'Company lxtofflce Block- Commercial BlretU HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. iMlly, by cairler, pvr month IHilly, br mall, tr yer, WeeKly. S paea, per year, JO SO S.0U IMJ i.UM-lllL-ll.1 . Ul' 11.1 il.l ' '" UUR AUMED CONDITION. The government at, Waablngtpn 1 gslurpprJallbgueurly a hundred mllltynVJfir Increase of' the navy. This ifl lu the face.of hard times, high taxes, and the fact Jbat we, have now more IronclaajMid wareblpa than, we bave any use for. V, have, besides a half dozenmonaterfloatlug war englnen coating from two to five, rullllona, each under construction. It seems like an lnalt to the Intelligence of the average peavJovug citizen, this farce ol still further enlarging this fleet of life de9'iroye,r,jnatluie of perfect peao-, DftvliJi. Wells, who Is certainly an authority upon econoiulo njatters, hi aa article I...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 January 1894

JB'f HUf WATT OgCTm w JQ33PRgg"AXU flAtfTHaDAT, JA3!TTTAT 18, lif4. A DEAD ROSE lie stood one night and gmtl chose A rlcli aud creamy half blown ro&e; Then, with the very fondest care. Ho twisted It In my sunny hair. Upon that lone Rono summer night. That night of Joy and sweet dcllsiit. He bent o'er mo and whinnered low. "Dear heart, I love, I love you so." The wavlnir hair ho kissed that night lias long slnco turned to purest white; Tho roso he gave, all scentless, Bray, Lies hidden in a box away. Did I the elver wed? Ah, nol But, dearie, do not question so; The story you would fain disclose Is dead, my child dead like tho roso. -Kathleen Ktivanach In St. Louis Republic WOOING. Mr. George Mansfield was good looking, gentlemanly in appearance, well bred, intelligent, the possessor of $10,000 a year and a bachelor. All these circumstances taken into consideration, Mr: George Mansfield had a right to lead a happy, jolly life and live very much at his ease. Well, he did so. In fac...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 January 1894

r fcl Hi' pl II f I WTCEHD WOO ir At Cost Everything in the stock and He convinced. The Palace D. O. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. The Finest OF Line Oak Extension Tables can be Been at KELLER & SON'S, Tbe Furniture Rustler-, Cor. Che meketa and Commercial. The Road Convention. Nearly a hundred solid citizens were at the Marlon county court bouse road eoaveBtlon this foreni)n, lu spite o tke bad weather. Squire Farrar was chosen temporary chairman, and W. O. Wc tacott, secre tary. The call was real by the secretary The chairman stated the object of tbe meeting. Geo. P. Hughes moved a committer cm permanent organization, and plan for proceeding. Carried. Geo, P. Hughei, W. J. Irwin, Warren Crau too, were appointed. Committee to report at 1:30 p. m. Judge Boise explained the law of 1893 for making roadj by districts. This was the Cro s road law, declared inoperative by the best Judges. Judge Hubbard explained this defec tive feature of the Cr sj road law. Mr Cranston and Mr...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 15 January 1894

JL 6 PAPERS A WEEK! 25cts. a month by Mail Prepaid In Advance No Papers Sent When Time la Out. $S.0 n Tear. ADVJEJRTISBES Tho Journal has a Larger Olr dilation In Salem and Mario County than any Salora awpa per. Bee onr lists. HOFKR BROS Fnlrilshers. OArl X J3JLJ SALEM, OREGON, MOINDAY, JANUARY 15, LHH4. DAILY EDITION. VOL. 7. DAILYEDITIOIST. NO. 10. JOURNAL Great Reduction On all Iciuds of UNDERWEAR at the m i Our Stock Consists of all wool, and mixed underwear, for Ladies, Geuts and Children, of all styles, and with us a reduction brings the price very low, of thosu things that are already marked low at full price. We have a fine line of all wool scarlet underwear, for rheumatics,. Call and save money while you can. All other kinds of goods in our line at very low prices. E.T. Barnes, State Insurance Block:. Ed. C. n-ittlE3P9HHaMRrc'f9aH'$P v CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS TUB x'EW WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed aud ready to watt on customers. Horses boarded by day or week at reasonable pr...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 15 January 1894

5P CVETJING CAPITAL JOtTKNAli, MONDAY, JA2TOABY 15, 1894. ""spTpaff " m cuim jodrsal I &JI.Ti KXCZPX H0KDAT. MTTBX 'CfI ktirnal Publishing Company Pottot&e BmA. tioaaaavUl Btzti. HOfER BROTHERS. Editors. iMlir, T wrier, per moots, X3oUr.br jnafl, sr year, Weeslr.S p.Prjw, JO SO .lxo BCB SXOKEKEEPl'S VISION A slortkeepw sX lo k daity shop Ad caned lb condition or tod, ' 3ttf lo lMik."tla be. -Tteit not . peoe Yr swariy . bare I mad V CTbili be ttjm gniisrtllat- Tls!o appeared, o tbe pumbte Ju4 eiod bis ey , J Wrote la Ow dst -XoaaMlr will ban If ttoiEKanjBfof tblayfci ietpi.it. An extremely Ola Un foell is eUr Or tMdVdo biro, Jsaeltrelr today As the nuaVto4riil not deerUs." China JB. Brtnrn. m BIG MMTO'TIOX. &Stfs Takei t Get Better Pab- lie Higktravs. e'iSIMBffiAGGALSUGGESnONSMADE Prepesltioa for Navigation Tfcresgk the Air. SATURDAY APTEBWOOW. The committee on permanent organi sation jn its report offered tbe follow lag resolution. "That it Is tbe sense of thu meeting 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. — 15 January 1894

XWW3SER& 'GAJtTJhAUt OTJiRNAL, JiONDAT, JA3JnJAT IJLStML. A SONG OF SUNLIGHT. Life and lentil, anil tlia power of lore, and tile strength of laughter: JIubIo of battle, and ships that sail away to the west; All that hath gono boforo and all that follow eth after: Tho mad, blind struggle for gold and the restless seeking for rest Tho brain reels round with them all, and wea riness Is their name: Como to tho long, low moorland and hear, cro tho winter win It, Whero tho broom, like a sunlit beacon, flashes In golden flnmo The music of wind and water, of tho bee and tho mountain linnet. Blue Is tho sky overhead and purple the heather about us; Far on tho dim horizon tho white sails gleam in the haze. Ono is the d renin within and the bong that is ours without us, Tho Joy of the sun steeped present, struck free from tho whirl of tho days. Hark! how sho sings in tho fern a passionless song of content, The wren, now hanging a moment whore the foxglove's bells are shaken. Now by the wat...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 15 January 1894

EVENING- CAPITAL JOTJBNAIi, MOTDAY, JAJOTAIIY 15, i04. ' " ' I'V i :j THE GREAT MTTEND Closing Offi Sale! WOO Mi At C DRY GOODS and Shoes. Everything in the 'stock goes, and be convinced. All new goods. Come The Palace D. G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. HAIR MATRESSES AT KELLER & 8UJW, The best Bed made. Try one. 318 and 320 CommerclM Ht. Local Dates. Jan. CO. By Pi rklns comedy. A 8ad Btoiiy. Word hu been re eeiyid of the death of Mrs. Arrlngton, mother of V. L. Arrlngton, ex-treasurer of Douglaa county, confined In the state penitentiary, charged with mis use of county funds. His poor old mother gave a hynie to Ida pennllew family and tried to do for them the best she could, but grief over the faU of her unfortunate son, was more thuu he ceuld bear, and aba died of a broken heart. Her eon baa not been Informed of' bcr death. Sebious Charoks. It Is published that 6. L. Lovelf, late colonel of the 2d Regt., O. "&. (J., is short some $2100. of military money, and that...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 January 1894

'-, ' J 9- -1 .llA araifc Vii!5U5' V r" l" ,r "ft f 6 PAPERS A WEEK! 26cts. a month by Mall Prepaid in Advance. Ho Papers ' Sont When Time In Out. $3.00 a Year. '. r ADVERTISEBS The Journal hat a Larger Clr culntlon in Salem and Hartoa County than any Salem aewepa. per. Bee our llata. 1IOFKR BKO Fublliliers. CAPITAL VOL. 7. 8ALEM. OBEGON. TUESDAY, JAUSTtJARY 16, tb4. DAILY EDITION". DAILY EDITION. NO. XI. en JOUR "WriImr... ' ' I'll JIB ' 'TT.Ji' TTTi $15 -:-LAST RESORT -:- $15 Between bur expectations and realizations stand 500 faultless and fashionable SUITS AND OVERCOATS Unsold. Bright prospects have turned to disappoint 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 must appreciate and offering that you must impr...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 January 1894

EVENLSG CAPITAL JOUBKAI, TUESDAY, JA20TABY 16, 1894. 41 iv if w mmi jouuAiL rtiSSSazb vailt, ccczpi botuay. ITTD Cijrital Journal Publishing Company ftwioSlg B . QotaxutttSaA Kreef. rtOfES BHOTHEflS. Erffext. InSr &r - rSer, per raoem. IXJi.br n-aH, per Jear We br. PC. Ptvyar. . -JOT .THE rOUTICJL KIICaTIOX It i hopeful lga that Governor Hertfa'ey nfosed'H nave any mlcd l re !eTO'iiit ration atrQ bb ,n&otura lion. Me also requested abort tesatoo of tbe legislator-, as ll.ttt was no occa sion for a long mud expensive? ttmUta Wolfe tbe tfzUuture in Oregon k made snort by tbe cOnslituiiou, noooert- pectsany such ngrl rr iue pcjpi here, If tbe but oner i to be t tn as a eriteno i. Even tltos bi went lo ti fight extravagance aud big aupropri. V-f nu uumtnrM c'.erxhH favgUt fat Tslfl, and that nothing cam of tbeir Matstftaoe but wore extra vtHOiucelba--erer tttorc Vic ueed more of tbe Mc Klotey spirit. JJvre'm&y believe Ihe warring far tlooi of reform in K-ui, tbe new party 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. — 16 January 1894

ONE HOUR WITH THEE. Ono hour with tbce, when In the doll Th tawhr twilight shadows fell, Inlaid with bars of ell very ulit-on That fell from glittering htara serene. And In the sunset's falling light Queen regnant of the autumn night In splendor shono the maiden moon. And crickets chirped a pleasant tune And katydids low vespers hummed And in the darkling branches drummed Tho drono of soma belated beo I spent thnt last sweet hour with thcnl One hour with thcel Ho silent then, With thoughts too doop for mortal ken: Involved In that delicious franco. Our hearts too full for utterances Two spirits bonded Into one. With pulse bcatx timed In unison; We watched the day's departing low And caught tho cadence, sweet and low. Of errant wind that swept the woods And filled their scented solitudes With strains of music wild and free Ono hour with thee, one hour without theot Ono hour with thcol Can 1 forget. Though by the trues of lifo beset, Tho warm hand clasp, tho soft caress, Tho look of m...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 January 1894

THQFVt ?r fc" '" - XTXXIXQ CAPITA! JOtfAli. TtTEfDAY, JAT7ABT Id, WV4. THE GREAT J5TTEND Closing Odif Sale! IaA&H ilbish dsaqtage. Further lAzht Oa Water Sledi Marion Consty. of 1000 M At C DRY GOODS and Shoes. Everything in the fstcck goes, and be convinced. AM new good3. Come "The Palace D. Q. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. HAIR MATRESSES AT KELLLE & SiiSS, The best Bed rasde. Try one. 318 aod S20 Comm Trial Sf. Local Dates. Jas. 2a. 8jr Perkins comedy. Xabiox Coostv SrocK. Iteem ikt Cooe county is interested ia betur stock, m note tbe following from tli Mabfidd Kan: "Mr. J. A. Y.kaj w bo returned last week from the rail- with a bnd of fancy Jersey bails, feeb jelle well satisfied with htr reoeot pur etaises. His band u picked up from tbe herd of D. H. Looney, Hon. Cbas. A. Miller, ex Governor Z- T. M dy. X. W. Carey, aod E. V. Looney, own era of some of the most celebrated milkers of the day, and the stock thai Mr. Yoakam baa Is eqaal to tbe beat iu lb United Stales...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 January 1894

6 PAPERS A WEEK ! SScts. a month by Mail Prepaid In Advance. No Papers Sont Whon Time is Ou. $3.00 a Year. r ir " NjP- UBYJERTISERS Tim Journal has a Larger Cir culation In Satntn nntl MarlOB County thnn nny Patent newspn per. Boo our lists. HOKEH UROS Publishers. XxjlJLj VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION". SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, ii4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 12. JOURNAL. CAP! Great Re auction On all kjuds of UNDERWEAR at the If W RiCKET! Our Stock i i i Consists of all wool, and mixed underwear, for Ladies, Geuts and Children, of all styles, and with us a reduction brings the price very low, of thoso 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 can. A.11 other kinds of goods in our line at velry'low prices. E. I Barnes, State Insurance Block:. Ed. C. CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS THE iXEW WILLAMETTE STABLES Completed aud ready to wait on customers. Horses hoarded by day or week at reasonab...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 January 1894

- WWwgMiiUt'r' EYEXIXG feAPITAl JOUB2fAL WED2TESDAT. JA3TUABT XT, i4. IHHrl una HE CAPITAL JOliMAL PtTSLXSHZD DAILT, EXCEPT SOSDAT, Capital Jwirnal Ptobftshmg Company JtoetoSea B . Comaiertlaa Street. HOFEB BROTHERS, Edtorx. LraST, b7ea-Tr, per maaUt, I toHj.tr, MtH. er Jr. Vcesiy.ft pace, per jcar .30 KEYKMIE EEfOSM JBtXIHMED. re Democrats oa tb ways and rseaes ccinmh' la ooBgrhartgre to US fvttoxtiog fuefteased lafcfrna re7etatf taxes: two pr teat moxEalyYrtnn mo reaceaIoa oaaJ iJii Twseatioa pjtarti , , -. T-Ul - Friday, under tbe influence of tb president do doubl, me iisescne toX proposition wi abaatlaaed. The siii mitte by vote revcrel its puoiOw etttetly. The utiier Iuer.-ed tx bs'faferc&I revenue wer9Knlrppl ReYeuue reforta U abandoned aud lb. whole gat will be over ibe .ariif. RTe6Ue is oerdef. and no luxuri eoald bare be;ter afforded produe It than the. Toe Increase of the ta ob whisky vruutd bve oeeti eutirel Msraesdable bad not tbe euninjitte uuwuskI aecnrupaule I 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. — 17 January 1894

' T" - - V-" jbvxjscinq- oajpiTiAil jotriiALVEDiriiSBAY, AinjARY 171894. MOTHMliK IN ISRAEL. REV. DR. TAUMAGE'S ELOQUENT SER MON AND UNIQUE TEXT. How Sisera Was Killed by Jael The Ilutl News Urn tight to Ills Mother Sitting at thit Palaoe Window A Eulogy of the Needle Anxious Mothers. Brooklyn, Jnn. 14. Thin novel mid Unique subject was presented by Dr. ralmago this forenoon to the usual throngs crowding tho largest Protestant church in America. Tho congregation, led by organ and cornet,, sang a gospel hymn to the tuno of "Home, Sweet Home." Text, Judges v, 28, "The mother of Sisora looked out at a win dow." Spiked to the ground of Jael's tent lay tho dead commander in chief of the Canaanitish host, General Sisera, not far from tho river Kishon, which was only a dry bed of pebbles when in 1880, in Palestine, wo crossed it, but the gul lies and ravines which ran into it indi cated tho possibility of great freshets liko tho ono at tho timo of tho text. General Sisora had gono oat with...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 January 1894

o MTTEND Closing OM mm wor .-.... -At ,11 Evjry.thiog in the tock goes. All new goods. Come and lie convinced. The Palace D. G-. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. HAIJR MATRESSES -AT KKLLEB & SUNS, The beet BmI made. Try one. 318 and 1 320 Commercial St. Local Dates. Jas. 20. Sy Perkins comedy. .'A Gkowi.no MAn.-O-o. 0. Will, ttwpopulitr musical instrument and Mwiog machine miii, ha gut 1)1 growtu, but there la nue thiug be sa Laa not gat its growth, and that in 1)1 bulueas. His business I ou tho boom, and be baa just been forced to get uiore room, Hence be will hereafter occup tb entire ground flnr of tbe more reoaa lu Turner block adjoining Gilbert Bros.' bank. It will make him oue ol (tie floeet stores lu dalem. , ItAtHY Day Club. Tbe NewberK Grapblu encouraged tJateru's coura genu ladles with tbe follewing: "Twenty Oa lemladles have formed a 'Riluy Day Club.' They propose to wear short skirts on the street and thu avoid the Hud. Sensible. How would a man feet with his ove...

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