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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 January 1894

; iv.." ' THE I C T VAll.1t 26 Oie tx Mon'tx by Moll prepnid in "dvonca NoPupers sent -whn Time lo out. $3.4)0 a Year. AdVJERTISEKS Tim Journal has a Larger Cir culation In Salem and Marlon County tlinn iiny Halcm newipa per. Reonur lists. UOFKIt 1111118. A rublUhar. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SA'LEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, iH4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 18. l.-6&?i , CAPITAL JOURNAL JnHHiliira Great Reduction On all kinds of UNDERWEAR at the Iff!) R 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 while you can. All other kinds of goods in our line at very low prices. T. State Insurance Block:. WE ARE NOT -FOR- O'ur general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS AsuTo? PATRONAGE. It is to YOUll BEST INTEREST ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 January 1894

WE CAPITAL JOURNAL. P0BUSUKD DAILY, EXCEPT BUWDAY, BTTOK Capital Journal Publishing Company l'oitofflce fl'ock. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Ijalty, byca-rler.ptr months Pally br tnnll, pr year,. Weekly, I pages, per year, QUAY ON fiULD BOMW. A reprwsMHaUvrt of the Pittsburg Times called upon Senator Quay at hie home in ileuver and t uml that gentle man with very positive vlewson Heere tary Carlisle's propose J Issue of $50,000, 000 of new bouds. The senator said: "I do not favor Irgislation for the It Bie of bonds to relievo the Ireatiuo and I believe any that may be fwueo without Absolute aulhority of lau should bo repudiated. There shonli be no curut.ve IcmslutioiJ. Tubers the loan offered February 1st know that tho securities go out under a cloud and that their redemption will bo u import nt political iiMue in the future. To re-crult the revenues and re -.al,-Ilsb the gold reserve (which Is an Idi-i not provided for by law), it lit oul necessary that the udmluiH...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 January 1894

QSSJS TJIEHAlililAiUOFGO'D REV. DR. TALMAGE'S IMPRESSIVE SER MON AT THE TABERNACLE. The Lord Hath Made Dura III Holy Arm" A Wonderful Reserve of Tower. Achievements Without Effort On the Winning Side. Brooklyn, Jan. 21. Singularly np jirojirl'ito and lmpresslvo wim tho old gospol hymn as it .was sung this morn ing by the thousands of Brooklyn Tab ernacle, led on by cornet and ergan: Arm of tlio Lord, awake, awnkel Put on thy strength, tho nations shako. Rev. Drr Talmago toel: for his sub ject, "Tho Bare Arm of God," tho text being Isaiah Hi, 10, "Tlio Lord hath made baro his holy arm." It almost takes our breath away to read Borne of tho Bible imagery. There is puch boldness of metaphor in my text that 1 havo been for somo timo getting my courago up to preach from it. Isa iah, the evangelistic prophet, is Bound ing tho jubilate of our planet redeemed nnd cries out, "Tho Lord hath ruado baro liis holy arm." What overwhelm ing suggestivenesa in that figure of speech, "Tho baro arm of ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 24 January 1894

rf. GOOD RESULT GA1K& Many of OUBBTAPLE8 arealready closed out. liidleatluK Ibat o.r CaslomerP are Ihklne advantage of our prices. Till, depart. ".w wrr.T. nRPT.ENItiH uulll wocau uiafcenflual eloee. . OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE most rellablo ever Imported to Salem nod It will pay you to go tilted 1 efore too late. P. -OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND 8TORE FIXTURES FOR SALE. FOR PARTICULARS CALL. AT The Palace D. G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Styles and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE : DOLLAK KKLI-fcR & SUN'S, FURNITURE DELE'i- Mary 0. Kennedy Estate. Mary C. Kenady died ut Salem Into tate Jau. 6. P. L. Kenady adtnlniMtn -tirmakeBinven'ory mid petltlnuH fi an order lo toll certain real estate a Woodburn and at Mt. Tabor, Multno niab county, which Ih "unproductivi and subject to a heavy taxation, requlr ing a largo um of mouey to pay tax- tberenn and there I no Income what ever derived from the said property." The belre are Marlon W., and Mable. aged 12 and 8 yeaw....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 January 1894

t i fc- I -. t cJyf "- rtl'tjj Vv V ' -, - - W-K -. THE I C'T DAILY 28 Cte a. Mon'h by Mail prepaid In dvanoe No Papers earn whn Time io out. $3.00 a Year. ADVJSRTISEKS Tim Journal hm m Larger Cir culation la Bnlem and Marlon County than any Hatem nvwipa per. Bee our lists. HO FEU 11K0B I'ublUUern. r VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION". SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, i54. DAILY EDITION-. NO. 19. JL ' 1 JOURNAL. j A.r I X AJu ijhHmJH!Ki if H k t )SiR$fl Great Reduction f B i B On ail kiuds of UNDERWEAR at the ff 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 while you can. A.U other kinds of goods in our liue at very low prices. r T State Insurance Block:. ARE NOT -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COM...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 January 1894

wanaTOW f fi BTBNINGr CAPITAL JO.UNAL.TITUvRSDAY, JANUABY 25, J.&U4 1 ' "" 'iimmwwii iwaaa . V ii. :M .CAPITAL JOfflUML JPOBMSHED DAILY, BXOKPT BUN1M.Y, BT THE Capital Journal Publishing Company PoitotUce Block. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by ca-rler, per month, Dally, bv mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year, SOfti 3on 1.&1 BUPPEE1NO ON THE SAN1IAM A Man Spoaks Who Has Both Intel ligence and Liberality. Mii,l City, Jim. 21 Ed. Journal Sir: I semi ou llile in reply to the statemeut made to ou, about people about litre, of "muii.x fumlllos li vuk on vegetable sira'hl" is literally true. I Imve been told Uf day by some persona that they huv neither 11 hi r nor meat to eat. I know ofono family that li'xl nothing bu' carrots and beet. I (eft tbem a hu cl ef flour until they can give one back, a lain very much lu need of (be neces saries of life, bavinira wife and novel children to provide for, who buve ree nothing but Hour to eat for the lust l weeks. ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 January 1894

li JBYEimra CAPITAL " JOTrilNAI.THUTlSDAT JANTJARY Si5, 1894. S3SSSSS9 A GREAT GAME OF BILLIARDS. Ilili IUnyer Originated the Anchor Ntire and I'layed It to Perfection. "I seo that Ives made a great run at billiards tho other day," said tho old man 69 ho chalked his cue, "and that he d.d it with the anchor nurse. Now the pa pers aro talking about that anchor nurro as if it was a now thing. I saw an an chor nurse used way back in 1872, ami tho fellow who used it had used it before too." Pressed for the story by a reporter, tho old man said: "I was in hard luck that winter and was acting as roomkeeper for a friend of mine. Ono day a fellow came into tho room and got into a game. lie proved to be a very good player, and for a week or two ho came up regularly and laid out the local experts to the queen's taste. Then a match was made between him and tho best player in town for $100. It was to be 500 points up, straight bil liards. "The night for the match came, and the room was crowded. ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 25 January 1894

) .i.,i . ' I I -L-n IU 1.. .. GOOD RESULTS! Our creat closing out Bale has reduced nurstock v"y"BActT"Z' .IthonSwe still huff UNHKOKKN LINE-J and UltbAT BAB GAIN& Mo "y of OUR8TAPLB8 are already closed ouN Mdicatlm that our CuTomriHkli.ca.ivantHe of our prices. Tula depart meat WE WILL REPLENIdU until we cau make a final close. OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE most reliable ever Imported to Balem and it will pay you to get fitted before loo late. P H-ODR ENTIRE STOCK AND 6TOBE FIXTURES FOR BALE. FOR PARTICULAR CALL Af The Palace D. O. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. ?KH FANCY FOOT rfTOULS. All Stylos and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE : DOLLAB KRLI.rR & FURNITURE SUNS, DELER'J. RtVBR IttPROVBKKSV. Atn meei Ins of tbd EJijenw board of trade M m ay evening 'a letter was re id from Seuntor Mitchell In regard to the m zmrl&t sent to congress by thebor-' asking for tho Improvement of .tin upper Willamnt'o, lu which he prom ised to do everything In hla power to secure favorable action ou...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 January 1894

t . , m ! $ - , , - ,jfnp ft,- -a, iSBitP"'-- THE I C'T DAILY SB Ota a Month by fwiall propuld In dvanoo NoPapara sent when Time lo uit. $!$.( a Year. ADVJBBTISEBS The Jourjinl has a Larger Cir culation In '(talent and Marlon County than any Salem newgpa per. Bee our llsti. UOFJSIt BKOB l'ublisliors. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITIOIST. RALBM, OWTW40N FRIDAY, JAISTJABY J i"4. DAILY EDU'lOS. No. fcO. JOURNAL. CAPITAL I Great Reduction i On all kiuds of UNDERWEAR at the TV 1 KM I i a Our S ET! tock -: 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 while you can. A.11 other kinds of goods in our line at very low prices. us4 1 mes State Insurance Block:, t AR mi DISGUSTED! -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is s. well selected that it COMMANDS A GO...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 January 1894

EVBNllte OAPITAi JOUBNjffl,.EErDAT.JAinjAllT2(Mo4. - rC3 .'it.wH rg - Tffi CAPITAL JOURNAL, "-"I fll"TI llll II I I ' "" If&BiaSflUO DAILY, EXCEPT HUMDAY, BTTHK Capital Journal Publishing Company Pottofflce Block. Comrnerclfcl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. lially, by ca-rlor, per mnntti,. I'slly. bv mull, per ?' Wtefcly, S pages, per year, J0 ..3(H) - I Sl'OUKsTKD WMJlhNT. fcja'ein is to bavo a committee of one hundred, aud au Albany paper says H Is to be similar to the one in Portland IfBUcUlsiruelthad letter die lu the shell, Oregon Populist. Please do not comjwre Salem tax payers with the capitalists of the cor rupt metropolis. AN loWAX M'KAKS. Mr. Archie Garduer, of Plain view, Linn county, Or., writes to au lowu paper as follews: I hear that some have said, "If I was back In Iowa I would slay." I would like tosay tosU'iutuatmyse'f and fm, ily are perfectly satisfied with. Or loo In every particular. While u lM1 r fellows areshlvrringoverrel-lioiHloV(H. kept hot wl....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 January 1894

PERSONAL GOSSIP. Qneen Victorin'a household comprises titled nud salaried oflicials. from tliolerd steward down, to tho number of nearly 1.000. Wliilo ho was in India tho Austrian Archdnko Franz Ferdinnnd shot 2,000 bend of game, including 5 elephants and 10 tigers. The Baroness Burdett-Coutts of Lon don is tho proud possessorof thofuatfolio edition of "Hamlet," a very rare book, for which sho paid $1,000. Senator Voorhees is a great student of the standard authors of English stylo. Ho reads tho old masters nml rigorously eschews all modern trash. lToyt, tho playwright, is said to bo worth a million or two. When ho en tered upon his managerial career, ho and his partner had a combined capital of ftf.OOO. Tlio first person to receive a decora tion from tho now Duko of Saxe-Coburg-Gothu was Baron Ludwig von Euibden of Hamburg, a nophow of Heinrich Heine, tho poet. Miss Sallie Matthews, who died in Louisville recently, was for a time in command of an Ohio river steamboat, with fully 10...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 26 January 1894

ft t ,r fti..n '''f iim iM,"wiwnw'Wf;;.i,,:',,JTJisa GOOD RESULT f nJoainrr nut ante has IthoiiKb w "it lrhBVP UNBHOKEN LINES and UHBAT isamp ' ' OAJNri? Many of OURSTAL-LKd are already clewed ouU.dtaU R that our Customers are taklt.K advance of our prices. Tlta depart mentWK Willi REPLENIriU until wo cau make a final close. OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE most reliable ever imparted to Salem and It will pay you to get titled before too late. H-OUR ENTIRE RTOCK AND 1 SALE. FOR PARUCULAltd p FOU SALE, The Palace D. G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STUEET. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Stylo3 and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE : DOLLAR at KELLKU & SONS, FURNITURE D E LE H. A Bad Fall. MUs Grace Hcrlber, who eerioualy Injured her left kuee aat summer, yesterday had the mix fortune to again fall at her home li South Salem and further hurt the hunt member. This will probably couttuu MlusSurlber to her home for Heerul weeks, and as her marriage to a gantlc man from Colfax, Wash., has twee announced f.r Jan. ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 27 January 1894

?-. ' I "If 'I- r , f J THE ICT DAILY 25 Ot a Month by Mall prepaid In Advanoe No Paperia sent whin Time Jo out. $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS Tho Journal lms a Larger Cir culation la Snlem and Marlon County thnn nny Salem newapa por. See our lists. HOFEtt ORUB W Publisher. .LJ.'Jl'.li.''it'.'t '."! J "".'.ii'i.1.1.!,'; VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2t, &94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 21. Mm " CAPITAL JOURNAL $15 -:-LAST RESORT -:- $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 Inst 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 a...

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 January 1894

-WIN Some of Its Atlractire Fcaf urcs. The Principal Buildings Illustrated. Six short raohths aeo, H re, M. H do Young, California's representative oa the national ommtoion of tbe World' Columolmi Exposition; eon calved the idea of Keltinj? up an Inter national exposition by the Bide of the Gilde.iGate. Today there stands In Golden Fate-Parts the mwt beautiful group of industrial palaces that the western arm ever huwn upon, and it Will be tb.9 Wonder of the world for year to come bow the five main building and ihe'r three-score aud teu trotillpntnrnl RdlUUClU 8Dr4UK Into lie AOHICUI.tUKAI ANb -3 'j- Jug in bo short a time. jont iot-a le i w an ioi.k. r Thero la a palace of manufactures and building has a gillery twent.Hve f-Ht liberal arU, a palace of mechanical aria j wide. The roof if. r-nrtially covered palace of horticulture and igriculture with okylUhts. The height of tti a palace of One arUand a palatial ad-, facade from the urouud o the nwfit- ministration building; aud all 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. — 27 January 1894

ifcvjEfcfcfr& OAtflttAi jotrjftjsrALAtMliiAY, jAttUAirtr 2?, i&bli MiMMfrltottM'MnUVifoillJirt niwnirliirVi n"n ( . . 1 -a feess4 THE KINGS. A rrinn RAliI unto Ills angel: My spirits are fallen through, And I caunot rarry this battle; Oh, brothcrl whatHhall 1 do? The terrible kings aio on ino With' NiK-tirs that aro deadly bright, ARalnst tne o from the cradlo Do fate anil in J fathers fight." Then said to the iiinn Ills angolt Tliou wavcrltiR. fciollsli miiiI, Back lo the ranks! Wuut matter To win or to loso the whole, As Judged b)' tho ltttlo Judges Who liearkcn no" t well, nor seoT Not thus, by tho outer Ihhuc, The wise Bhnll Interpret thee. "Thy will Is tho very, 'ho only. Thn solemn "vsa. of things. The weakest of hearts defying Is xtronger than all Uicbo kings. "Though out of tho past they gather Mind's doubt and bodily pulu. And pillld thirst of thepplrlt That Is kin to the other twain. "And grief. In a cloud of banners. And rlnglctted vuln dtsltes. And lce, 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. — 27 January 1894

If" ft s GOOD RESULI OUR FOOTWEAR IS THE most reliable ever Imported to Salem and It will pay you to get fitted before too late. EvijNa capital JouttKAL.SAtoPAY ja'stuaby at, ! A MICHIGAN MIRACLE BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH, P H-OUR ENTlriE BTOCK AND STORE F1XTUKES FOR SALE. FOR PARWOULARS CALL AT i The Palace D. G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Stylo and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE : DOLLAR - KBLLKlt & SONS, FURNITURE DEALER6. GOING OUT -::- OF BUSINESS I will sell ray entire stock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35o per double roll. Borders from 8 lo 10 cents per yard. Glvo me a call. -::- W. M. SMM A Dead GiVKAWAY.-Olark & Ep pley, Ibe Court street grocera, today received a largo Involco of Bee Hive baking powder. The Interesting point about It is the fact that not only Is an elegant present given away with each can, but with the lot goes n high grude American Walthatn Indies' gold ...

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 January 1894

fWPf 'PP'VWMiw n.-. ,. " ".! If!' nMWiFft T i t " THE lOT DAILY jjrt Ota n Month by lVlnll Propulcl in -Adv&noe NaPupors sent whn Time Is Out. $:$. n Year. "advebtIsebs Tho Journal has a Larger cir culation In Salem nnd Marlon County than any Salem nvwipit per. Boo our lints. HOFKIt nitOB 9 rublUhers. VOL.. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, JANUARY 2i) i&)4. DAILY EDITION. NO. 2a. ' JOURNAL jAii X olJLj Great Reduction ,0n nil Itiuds of UNDERWEAR at the jiiHT tittt v U 11 UM ii Li f T Our Stock Consists. of 11 wop, and mixed underwear, for Ladies, Geuts 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 while you can. All other kinds of goods in our line at very low prices. E T State Insurance Block:, E , - 5 i ARE NOT -FOR- Our-general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it ...

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 January 1894

Era:Ni:tf& CAPITAL JOTJKNiAJL MONDAY, JANUAltY 29, lb4. T I PUBLISHED DAJUiY, KXCKPT SUNDAY, BY WW Capital journal Publishing Company I'oltofflce Ulook. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. Dally, bj" carrier, per month,- JJatly, bv mull, lerycar, Weekly, 8 pages, per 'ear- JOK) 3.00 - IM SOMK FINANCIAL VIEWS. r O. W. Iflham uud the Populists of Harrisbtirg do uot endorsnall of the governor's letter to Cleveland. In res olutions tbey say. "There Is a statement la tbe govern or's letter to tbe president wbeie we be lieve tbe governor's J idgoment Is at fault, and we do not endorse It' It Is where he says If Mr. Cleveland had carried out the pledges of tbe platform upon which be w -w al-oted In regard to tne coinage of nllver, "Ibis widespread revulsion of business which has dluiiu Isbod tbe vuliia f the property of tbe nation fully one-half would never have occurred." "The governor further declares In ef fect if congress would restore the free and unllmite I coiiuge ...

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 January 1894

uronsrrNQ; capital . JotrBjAr.MoiTDA'Z', jaituart 20, 1894. f TX 'rtT TV TOO POSITIVE. Sl,e Thought the naff Was lien Until film Looked Inside. Tho other day an omnibus full of pas sengers drovo tip to its suburban termi nus. Side by sido sat a commercial trav eler and a lady temperance lecturer. The traveler seised bis bag and mado a movo to get out. The lildy made a snatch after him, and he halted. "I beg your pardon," alio said, "but yon have my bag." "You aro certainly mistaken madam," the traveler said courteously, but firmly. "This bag is mine." "No, sir," tho lady replied firmly; "it is mine. I should know it among n thousand. You must not take it." But tho traveler persisted, and tho lady insisted, and thoy came very near quar reling. Presently ono of the passengers point ed to a twin bag in tho omnibus and said: "Whoso is that?" "It isn't mine," said tho traveler. "It is just like it, but this is mine." "And it isn't mine," said tho lady. "He has nnno, and I want it, and 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. — 29 January 1894

tlli Kit A- - ' - f llf,"n" sVAtii"V4 1 ml I 1 iV STRANGE BUT TRUE. That you can buy Dry Goods ut our place for less money than elsewhere in the city. That many ladies express surprise atourWpric3. That our stock is all new. That we do not carry any shoddy or worthless good. That our lines are still unbroken. Aud that ur LadiesMVIisses' and Children's Shoes Are the best in the market. P H'-WB OFFKIt OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE! FOR PARJlCaLAIlS ENQUIRE AT The Palace D. G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Style and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE J DOLLAR at KRLIiCK & SNS, FURNITURE DEALER. GOING OUT OF BUSINESS I will sell my entire stock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35o per double roll. Borders from 8 to 10 cents per yard. Give me a call. -::- W. M. SMIGEANT Whiter Than Snow. In theae days of "rlley" water aud yellow linen it Is cvsll to remembor that tlio Salem Steam La...

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