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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 January 1894

6 PAPERS rWttERT 5cU. a taoatli by Wail Prepaid in Advance. No Papers Sent When Time is Out $3,O0 a Year. JOURNAL. 0 A.r 1 1 AJu Tito Journal hna a larger Cir culation in Salem and Mario County than any ttalem newfpr- per. Bee our lints. UOFKK BKOB rubUlert. 9AJQEM, OREGON THUBSDAT, JA2TUAIIY la, lo54. VOL.. 7. DAILY EDITION. DAILY EDITION. NO. 13. !15 -:-LAST RESORT -:- $15 Between our expectations and realizations stand 500 fruitless and fashionable SUITS AND OVERCOATS Unsold. Brightprospects have turned to disappoint ing realities. We h.'id 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 reaons for saving your money. Your neigh bor has had his and thus our hopes were bl.isted. 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 provident, any of our : Suits or Overcoats $15 !...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 January 1894

f jimn Am 'ii ' Evisijiira- 6apitaIi 3ovjfstAj..Tmm3TiAr,.TAirvAnr i8,ui. OErfllREIL JOIDUUL "l-tufcllUfKl) DAILY, KXCK1T HUMOA. Bt TUB Capitaf Journal Publishing- Company IVuloffloe Block. Coraraerclfcl Street. Tha.kt.ruyandth.MenufTod.j, FUJNTSEAL OF A DltU.ljU "A gentleman by the name of ThacK-1 ntf rtrhn rmrjn wrota ("OHIO books." de- I STRANGE DEATH RITES ON A LOFTY HILLTOP IN WALES. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Kaily, byca-rlcr, per mouthy. all, br mull, yor nir. Wecklr.S puces, per fnir, .. 3UI . L&J SUUUB3TE0 CUllJlEXT. OfegGU-doernnt I bllevo in debt. Vhatire"the good roidscouinilttees dolfig? -The Journal lias scored another tax rotlu'ctlon vlct'rV. Tbe women oi rfictly ure rebelling ns Well as at Balem. A committee or J00 ytgllanca committee. fa better tliau u Are. O'uricn and klrU looked flue. her high water Tbe man Who'eWlt a puiier well lia a big enough nfll'-o 10 All. The Jouunal. hut always beet against extravagance in the legislature 'Good road cannot im secured b...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 January 1894

ijfjfortlfo 6A3PlTJcIi l jbtfltftAI., THTTllSDAY, JAirtTitY 18, 1894. isssm s a '" ' ' ' '-" ' --- CHATS ABOUT MEN. Worth, tho Pariflian dressmaker, works hard and regnlnrly, putting in ten hours n day at his desk. Govornor Russell, of Massachusetts, guts been.wnfncd that unless ho quits Btuoking his voice will quit him. Dr. Vaughan, the successor to Car aiaal Manning ns archbishop of West minster, has had five brothers in tlio Roman Catholic priesthood, wliilo sev eral of his sisters are nuns. Dr. Robert Borso. the new Prussian minister of education, now sixty years old, has been in tho public service eYcr Binco he took his degree of doctor of laws in tho Heidelberg university. Senator Plumb used to be the greatest newspaper reader in congress. His place in that respect is now partly filled by Senator Palmer, of Illinois, who payjj great attontion to journals and journal ism. David Gray, tho Harvard senior who wrote the "Hasty Pudding Club" play this your tho brightest production o...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 January 1894

Attend Closin 1000 M At ETerythirg in the stock and be onvinced. The Palace D, Q. & S Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. HAIR MATR ESSES AT KELLIB & SO.NS, The beat Bed made. Try one. 318 and 320 CnmmTclrtl St. Local Dates. By Perkins corn dy. Jan. CO. Four Pahdoned. Tub governor to day issued lull pardim to the follow lag: Henry Jackso-i, of Mnltnoniith, B6fiter.ce I CM. 0, 1803, for larceny, out year, oa petition of th JuJe mid pro- testing witnessed. C-m. E. Hchiuldi. of Wimco, euttnc -d Dee. 1, 1801, f"t forgery, nluo yearn, on petition of pro-i ecuting aforney. Chta. Janea, o' Unstllla, July 6, 1802, Jaieeny, twi yesra. Ellas Downs, Umatilla, sen teuced last June for oblalulug nionej under fa'aa pretense, one year. The two latter had nerved their time, aud were restored to full citizenship. The Poor Horses. The man who works his horses all day and turns them out to craze at ulght in the rain and enow, while be Is snug and warm by bh stove or in bed, has yet to learn the first ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 January 1894

6 PAPERS A WEKI 25 eta. a month by Mall Prepaid in Advance. No Papers Sont When Time la Oat. $3.00 a Year. Journal. Advertisers Tlio Journal has a larger Cir culation In 8alem mill Marlon Uounty tlinn nnjr Salem newipa per. Bee our llsti. UOFICR BROS Pnbllihort. G A PI Jl AjL VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY., JANUARY Ii), t94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 14. ""HDBlBBBiiH IS & 2 E E Ihi Great Reduction f 1 Oh all kiuds of UNDERWEAR at the m 01 -:- 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 those things that are already marked low at full price. We Jiave 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 very low prices. E.T. State Insu.ra.nce Block. Ed. C. CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS THE NEW WILLAMETTE STABLES "Completed ftud ready to wait ou customers. Horses hoarded by day or weel at reaso...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 January 1894

ft. Eif- I& p iv ax fl1! HI' I'OBLtaliEU DA1UY, EXCE1T HUNUaV. BITHI Capital Journal Publishing Company ltofflco Block. Commercial street HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by carter, pr imntb. Dolly, b until, pr yeir, WoeKly.R paKe,pryer, JO SO .300 - vm TUB PUUR BKAtt TUB IIURDEX. A ut all thow li to tbo silver ques tion Is contained In tlio following word from the Inspired lips of Colonel lioberi Q. Iiigersell: "I said I would say one or two words 03 such vulgar thing iw gold and sil ver. T am satisfied an I am that I live, that the fo v who control the deliis, tl currency, tbo money of the world, have combined either conscientiously or un cooBClootlously, tomaketliedebtor pax more than the debtor has a right t pay. "The tendency has always been li this world to put the burdens on tho- least able t bear thorn. In barbarlm countries the runn have to do Hi work simply bec-tu-o they ure tli weaker that Is all. Ami the nllien-, being Ihe stronger, di not expend thei strength In work...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 January 1894

JsvnntroF fcAtttUx joxmKAfi, jmiDATT, jAirtrAT id I894. NOT LIKE NATURAL DEATH. A Slnwlntml Article on thn 5) In go Too Dm uiatlo ami Thrilling. On tho stage, where action la tho primary demand in tho climax of tho play, death must bo mado dramatic. Perhaps ono of tho best known deaths on tho stage is that of Camille in Alexandre Dumas' play. Camilla is supposed to die from consumption, Bud tho death comes from hemor rhage of tho lungs. Tho action of the body following hemorrhage of tho lungs has nothing dramatic about it. If tho blood vessel which breaks is very largo, there may be a semiconvulsion resulting from shock. Otherwise tho death comes from los3 .f lilrmrl lint Vmurtt frnm flin mm, ft. or from strangulation-that is, tho ! lungs fill with blood so that tho Buf ferer cannot breatho. But such a death as this would not satisfy tho demands of tho stage or what aro believed by many persons to bo thoso demands, 'and wo therefore see Camille in strong convulsions. There are many ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 January 1894

r wrtm z.f & - 1 sesa GOOD RESULTS! Our iirent closing out Bale baa reduced cur stock very patlsfactorllv. n1thouKb we BlIII have UNBKOKKN LINES and OB BAT BAR GAINd. Many of OUItSTAPLEd are already cloned ouUndlcatiuK fhf nnrriitnmernHrlHhliiira(lvuntaije of our prlmi. This depart ment WK WILL REi'LENIdU until we cau inane a final close. OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE mo-t reliable over Imported to Balem and It will pay you to get tilted before too late. P.B.-OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND STORE FIXTURES FOR dALE. FOR PAlUIOULARd CALL AT The Palace D. Q. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. HAIB MATRESSES AT KKLLEK & SUNS, The best Bed made. Try one. 318 and 320 Commercial St, Local Dates. Jan. 20. 8y Perkins comedy. Good Wouk Ai'i'itKUiATBD. Tiik Journal Is not given to pulliut; puoplt and does not Indulge in the common bablt of boastful whs, but Itcaunot help appreciating uu houest man's good opinion of U Hiro U whit Arcliif Gjrduer. of Ltnn county, wrlten lu re newing tils subm-rlption, "I l...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 January 1894

'. ff. t T f- I &r ,'i'V- '-" flj.--'- 6 PAPERS A WEEK! SB eta. month by Mail Prepaid in Advance. No Papers Sent When Time in Out. $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS Tho Journal Iibi a Larger Olr dilation la Salem and Marlon County thnn any Salem newnpn- par. Bee our lists. UOFfilt X1K08 0t PublUUorn. Kj AJl I X XJlJLj I VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. BALEM, OREGON v SATURDAY, JA1NTJARY tiO, i4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 15. JOURNAL 115 -:- LAST RESORT -:- $15 Between our expectations and realizations stand 500:faultless and fashionable SUITS AND OVERCOATS Unsold. Bright prospects have turned to disnppoint ing realities. We h.ul 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 reacons 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...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 January 1894

SSJtggglr:.fi 'i " i' Lf! Jk . f- - - -- - ""in a i n m '" ' i ; " TIB! WM'fAL J0U1IAAL VU1JI.WHKO DAILY, tiXUKIT HUNUa. By TUB Capita! Journal Publishing Company I'ostofflc BIoJlc. CouimercU.1 BtreeU HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. VtMy, by carrier, per mouthy Dali, b mull, pei" J91, Weeiily.tf j.aw), ixr year, fO.M 300 1.00 A 01)01) jjUUU.ttTIO.V. An Intelligent subscriber of Lyons, Liuu county, w tuts b ith gaud roid and economic!' government, which In jutt wu.it Tub JounsAt. wau'.s. H writes: Eli. Jeurnal: I wish to H.iy a few word through jour JuUU.nal, iu ie ganl to the Improvement ''f the cuuutj roads. J tbliiK If the salaries ofnur county and statu olrbtrs was red u ecu about one third unri tbo proceeds ap piled to the roads It would be ui'ir e:ouomlcal lmdeati if raking tliu tax t pay auotber set of olllei-r a big alar. to superintend tile work.tnd we wouli still have to navigate through the uii This la not a bid suggestion. Le the good work begin with the governor who is gettin...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 January 1894

'WP vV-- -uj-r smmm PAim .jmmMt., baotbj&a, iTAttttAttr 20, 1804. lcfliTSSflwpfrSWlgVfMWIalfr! 4 wltew.tWMb5ula A CITiaaN OF NO MEAN CITY. Day follows day, yea, nothing Is unchanging,' Only In vanity tony nil compare. Oil, for a vision from tlio Land Arcadia, For I, too, have been there. Yet for no country aromado the freemen Till to that country wo alleglnnco scnr. Lovers of earth, I and my kin before mo. In ways well trod Jon ever did wo fare, . Hut still my heart turns to the Land Arcadia, And 1, too, have boon there! This morning In the wood I told of fairies. Tho wonder and bollof had equal ehnro In a child's eyes, as dropping wealth of blue bells, She fell to kissing mo with sudden care. Stirring dream memorlesof tho Land Arcadia, For I, too.havo been there. Vague discontent, with cries of heavenly yearn Inc. And love of all things that tho wide earth baro Have swelled my heart, and for tho moments flooded A narrow youth, till I could all things dare. Filled with rapturo f...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 January 1894

1 GOOD RESULTS! Our creat closing out eale lies reduced our elock very patlnfactorlly, -,.V...?i it hv.TTNflHOKKN LINES unci Mil BAT BAR- Tr-crrs. nient WE WILL REPLENISH uutll wo can mafeeunual close. OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE most reliable over Imported to Balem and It will pay you to got fitted before too late. P. 8. OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE. FOR PARI IUULAUd CALL AT The Palace D, G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. HAIR MATRESSUS AT KELLI E & SUNS, Tho best Bed tmde. Try one. 320 Comm "rial fit. 318 and Wants Money Back A Hult ww bejun before the couuty court yester dy n wh-i-h H.C. Jackson elnlmnnf W. H. t.n I Margaret E. Waldrou the sum of i2M paid on real estate to wh ch (he do endantt failed to lve h cleft- d ed and po-fesun. J. A. Cr oo n appearel for the defendant and H. J. Big or for th ) plaintlfl. A number ofwtno4etf wee xxurned and the case wae de'erred until 2 o'clock tills afternoon for the arguments. N T Nkkukd The family of Mr G.i e, who had 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. — 22 January 1894

6 PAPERS A WEEK! 25 eta. month by Mall Prepaid in Advance No Papers Sent When Time in Out. $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS Tlio Journal has a Larger Cir culation la Salem and Marlon County than any Salem nownpa per. 8eo our list. UOFER UllOB & PulilUham. VOL.. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY J2, L94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 16. reat Reducfi hoy adopted into the family of J. T. Mixer, who was eleeplug with Seate, was seriously injured. Itobert Scott whose bank ou .Ujln street was Injured in the sptue. LATEST NEWS OF THE OUTLAWS Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report On all kiuds of UNDERWEAR at the H yX TT t "m. nr a -w- jJ.L I X XIlJLj JUU KJN ALi on m m 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 price. We have a fine line of all wool scarlet underwear, for rheumatics,. Call and save money w...

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

EVEmTGr CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY JANUARY H'J, i891. HSBBa n I ii TBI CAPITAL JQDBML prJflUflttED DAILY, KXCKFT 80NUAY BTTHK Capital 'journal Publishing Company i'ottotflca B:ook. CommercfM Btreet. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. IiallTt t ca-rier, per month,- lally.by "all, iwr ytr, Weekly, pages, per year, -10 60 300 i RKODX CUILDUKN MU SOCIETY. Vo have been favored with an ad vance copy of the 27lh annual report of the Oregon Children' Aid society from which we gleam following facta: The report of the secretary of this Sa lem Orphan's Home U for the year closing Dec. 81, 1893: During the past year, twenty children have been cared for. 'lbese cbliuren are from various counties of the state, Marlon, Polk, Josephine, Lino, Lane, Clatsop, Baker, Umatilla and Gilliam. The membera constituting the ho.ird of mauagers for iho Oregon Children' Aid fcSociety, aro us follews: Mrs. John Minto, sr., president; Mrs. VV. W. Mar tin, vice-president; Mrs. J. J. Murphj, treasurer; Mrs. K. H. Mt-Elroy, wci...

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

UTV-HS-ENQ- G&EOKTAXi JOITllNAL, MONDAY, JAKTTAiRar 22, 1894. r . THE HYGEINE SUNLIGHT. tin Wiinclciful Vuluo In thn Case of fipl deiiilrit mid Consiiiiiptlnn. Tho beneficial influence which sun light hns upon man is specially nr ticeahlo in his psychical life, his tem perament, his mental elasticity and energy. Tho opposito symptoms are quite striking in foggy countries, as England, for example. Dr. Weber, staff chief of tho German hospital of London, says that among tho new Arrivals that aro compelled to follow their profession in localities where tho sun is hidden behind clouds and fogs for weeks at a timo there is always noticeable more or less depression, lack of mental energy, loss of appe tite, digestive troubles and othor symptoms, which with some last for years in an intermittent sort of way and often mako acclimatization im possible. The direct visible effect of sun light on tho body is tho color of tho skin. But sunlight does not only ef fect the exposed parts of 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. — 22 January 1894

E!1 I GOOD RESULT Our great closing out h";11 SitSJcuMom-w SkliiKWlvniitaue of our price. Till, depart Sent WK WILL BEPLENIdll until we can make o final close. OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE most reliable over Imported to Salem and it will pay you to get fitted before too late. i P B-OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND STORE FIXTURES f OR SALE FOR PARl'ICOLARd CALL AT The Palace D, G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Stylefl and Colors. CHOICE ; FOR : ONE : DOLLAH KKfjLKIt & SONS, FURNITURE DEALER-. Work Beciun. Mr. Mofjett.of tin firm of Riddle & Mfr-tt, started thi morning for their wood ranch, with u crew of men, camp utensils and pro visions to begin the work of cutlluv largo quantities of wood. Ah boou in roads are cut out the crew will bo In creased, and work begin In dead earn est That Old Cadaver It Is getting to be a trllle old, even for medical students, but of course It la freMi and pertinent matter for verdant reporter to becomo sensational over. The Chi naman's...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 January 1894

JL 1 lMPnRiS - j. SrHEwiB5afiB 6 PAPERS A WEEK I 25cts. a. month by Mall Prepaid In Advance. Ho Papers Sent Whon Tlmo Is Out. $3.00 a Year. Advertisers Ttio Journal lms a Larger CIr culntlou In Salem nnd Marlon County thnn any Halem nswspa per. Bee our 1UU. IIOFKIt IinoB 1'ubllsliora. SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, i&94. DAILY EDI HON. NO. 17. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. JOURNAL. CAPITAL . $15 ."- LAST RESORT -i- $15 Between-our 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 saying your money. Your neigh bor hn3 had his and thus our hopes were blasted. . But we'll utitie those purse strings We have made a sacrifice that you must fippreciate and offering that you must improve or you will forfeit all claim to be ing prudent 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. — 23 January 1894

EVJENINGr CAPITA!, JOUBNAL TUESDAY, JA2T17ABY 23, 134, i 71 '"I ' EH58Baaa: fi HPlJUrtUKU DJUfcV, EXCEPT HtWDv Capital 'journal Publishing Company I'oitomos Block. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Lfallr. bj carrier, per month, Plly. by mall, per year, Weekly. paz, peryer, MICK -TO AMERICAN' UOCfKISE. -Enthusiastic Democrats ore sound ing .through tbeir mwspjper organ the praises of free trade In wool. Oue of the arguments relied upou by them as having great weight, la the state ment that two or threw woolen milla In California were obliged to go out of busi ness because there wis a duty on An (rattan wool, which mad It so clear that they could not afford to rwix H with other wool as required by the de mand of cowmeree. These organs a' tbo same lime shed tears over tin wblte men and women thus tbrowi) uc of e n,l m 1 14 uilir itu bjlefu rale of protection. As a nutter of fact,' a lare mnjorl'j of persons thrown out of eniploymeiu by the closing of the wooleu mills wen C...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 January 1894

uiuuiJiuauiumuua the Valley. in rodny when the bud was lighting my house on tho plno clad hill, The breast of a bird was ruOlod as It perched on my window till. And a lea' wa" chased by the kitten on the breeze swept garden walk, And the dainty head Of a dahlia red Was stirred on Its slender stalk. Obi happy tho bird at the rose tree, unheeding the threatening stnrml And happy tho blltho leaf chaser, rejoicing In sunshine warm! They tako no thought for the morrow they know no caros today; And the thousand things That the future brings Are a blank to such as they. ( Cut I, br the household Ingle, can Interpret the looming clouds, For tho wind "sooboos" through the keyhole, and a shadow tho house enshroudx; And I know 1 must quit my mountain, and go down to the vale below, For my house Is chill On the. windy hill, When the autumn tempests blow. My mind Is forever drawing an Instructive par allel Twlzt temporal thlnjs that perish and eternal things that dwell When billow anil waves sur...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 January 1894

"t y7"WNJWP ?lfP?' KVJZN1JXG OAP1TAI. JOJJKWAI,, TUESDAY, JAJTUAB1T 23, 1894. BBS .. GOOD RESULTS ! Oar ureat coioe eat sale bu reduced mr rf9fe very tUfactoriiv. altboBsii rt atlH h UXBHOKKN MSB ami UBKAT BAft GAINK. Many of OURSTAl'LErfr'lrm.1y hedMi.ldkHur that ear Carinnwry nrr iklc arivanUiie of oer prier. Ttris detiart- meal ff WILL REPLESbitt BntU we can mate a flsal ok. OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE most reliable erer Imparted to Sakm asd It wfM pay ye to jpet Sited before too late. ,P.& OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND 8TORB FIXTURES FOR BALE. FOR PARTICULARS CALL AT The Palace D. G-. & S. Co., 307 CXBIMERCIAL STREET. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Style aud Colore. CHOICE : FOR ONE : DOLLAU at KRM.KB & SH.XS, FURNITURE DELE-. For Poisri-ia Fikbihms. Th c eof I be 8lteof Ore on v. Vernon Osborn on charge of pointing a plt at Jjhn Harrintton, hi Eil rflrn Monday, was c (e I lieore R -c ri-r Ivies at 3 p. m. hu afternoon. Gabon was arrested ti s f.ren in bydiy p liosC. T.ieinin HVr'iuron h lit...

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