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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 January 1894

Jirvs-yjrrvr- rMwttTcmmmmM 'a,yff ' TELE I C T DAIIiY 2G Oto a Month by Kall prepaid lrx Advance NoPapora sent whn Time la Out. $!.00 a Tear. ADVERTISERS The Journal ling n arer;ctr- culatjon In Salem and Marlon County thnu nnjr Salem newipa- por. Bee our Hat. HOFER n0B H Publishers. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY,, JAINTTARY 30, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. a. CA.P ITAJL u f' T"T T 1&T A T" J J U Ja-JN A Jj 15 LAST RESORT -: Betwebiyour expectations and realizations stand 500 faultless and fashionable SUITS AND OVERCOATS n, Unsold! Bright prospects have turned to dis ippoint ing realities. We had hoped to increase our business lst 3rear 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 ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 January 1894

EYEINTNG CAPITAL JOURNAL, TUESDAT, JANVAirT .0, ltfi4. S ' i? 13 i THE (SWT1L JOURNAL- P0BU8HED DAILY, fcXCKIT SUNDAY """ UTTUB Capital Journal Publishing Company JPostotflco Block. Commercial Street, HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. tally, by carrier, per month. Dally, by mall, per year,... Weekly, 8 pages, per year,.. yon .300 .1X0 TI1K SOUTH AKKHMN U003I. It lias burst. Tliero U no hope for tbo poor matjio S'lUth Africa. It may be poor c jiuolatloa to know tint times are bardor I born than In Undo SnmV country, that tjio Kaffirs are In control of tbo labor market, and Euglfsli capl talbtff m inopnll7.e all lines of business. After our "Populist friends' b'tve con qnored all this continent thoro la a job in darkest Africa. A dlrfpitcb from Johannesburg, Butb Africa, says Ilvlurr Is terribly ex pensive. Mine monopoly Is converting tbo 'whole country Into o nappy h'int I'K ground for the rlob few. Degraded Kafllr abr at $15 a montli crowds out all white lubr un 1 Is not roit rioted as...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 January 1894

i. qm -wn WS JBVKNXNG CAPITAIi JOTRU9A, TUESDAY, JANXTARY 30, 1894. COSMOPOLITAN LOUISIANA. The ncmkiitile Array of Knees Tlint In habit tlio Const Co mi try. Of the 3.Q09 counted victims of tho re cent Lonlsinna const floods only CU wore negroes. TJiere aro few colored people in tho section visited by the storm. They re n mixed up peoplo in that part of Louisiana. Tho predominating races nro .Uadians, Anatriana, croolcs, Islingues, Italians, jlanillumon, Chinese and Spnn-i.irds.-tho number of each ranging In the orderaiamed. Tho Acadiafis' ftro descendants of the peoplo Who" havo been immortalized in Longfellow's poem "Evangeline," These peoplo have largo families, frequently fi om 13 to 15 children each. Tho Manil lnmen nro full blooded Tagals from the Phiiippino islands. These people had no women among them. They had only nno stovo in tho whole polony, and they eat their fish raw. They fraternize well villi the Chinese and are treated by tho whites on equal terms. Tho pooplo call...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 30 January 1894

li SJVEElSa &A.PXTA& OTHINAL, rtEJSBAV.TAfriJ-V fc0 l0 v iiwBjWMi 1 1 ij ,T,''fVJjJB'fy8!'S STRANGE BUT TRUE. That you can buy Dry Goods at our place for loss money than elsewhere in the city. That many ladies oxpress surprise at our low price". That our stock is all new. lhat we do Hot carry any shoddy or worthless good. That our lines are still unbroken. And that our Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes Are the best in the market. P S.-WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND STORE FIXTURES FOR HALK FOR FARTICOLARS ENQUIRE AT The Palace D, O. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. , xt SALEM, OREGON. DALLAS POSTOI'FICE ROBBED FROM THE BIO WINDY CITY. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Styles and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE : DOLLAR KELLEft & FURNITURE SONS, DEALERS. 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 85c per double roll. Borders from 8 to 10 .cents per yard. Give me a call. W....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 January 1894

LaMniaKinamMHHHicmn THE I C T DAILY 2B Cto n Month by Twf all prepaid In Advanoo NoPbP sent wnn Time Is out. $;$.00 a Year. ADYJSRTISEBS Tlio Journal lias a I-nrjterJCIr-culatlnn In Snlem and Marlon Comity than nnjr Salem newupa per. Beoonr lists. IIOFER OROS Publishers. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31 ib94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 3. (jAci x AJL JOURNAL. IE II i FOLLOWS- The reduction of all kinds of wool and wool-mixed Underwear for ladjes, gents and children, which it still continues at Cost, by reducing all kinds ot Mackintoshes, and Gossamers to Cost, to close out the ballance of the line. They offer now Misses' Go samcrs at 15 cents, worth $1.00 Blisses' " with Capo ami flood, $1.0, worth $1.25. Ladies' Inverness " $2, worth $2.50. Ladies' Mackintosh, $3, worth $3.-70. Ladies' Mackintosh, all wool, $ 25, worth $T. 15. Men's Mackintosh, $4, worth $5.35. All kinds of OILED COASTS, black and yellow, at Cost. WOOL HOSE for ladies and Gents and Children at Co...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 January 1894

. jBVllf6 flAPMAi iOVtAh tftfDjfJiSDAY, JAStllAllY al, itivi. ' sJt -. ..-y- .sy.-- va i if it II Li J TM. (UPtHL JOURSAL P0BUBHZD PAIbY, BXCEPT 80WDAY, ITTHJ Cipifai Journal Publishing Company P.Mtomoe Block. Commercial Btrwt. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Ullr. by carrier, per month,. Dally, br mall, pr year, -SOW -3-00 weeaijr, pages, per we . UO hCGOESTED COMMENT. The county route are still navlgablf. Tbit man from the Hantlam let the toutof P.'nnoyer's senatorial boom. The laborers of the Oregon Pacific want tbelr wages, not charity. Tbe Populists have quit bragging on Pennoyer as a champion of the op pressed. How much does Governor Pennoyer contribute to the Salem city board of charities? All suffering Bautiam settlers can get a letter of charity by calling on Gov ernr Pennoyer. The defrauded Oregon Pacific laborers want protection from the slate, not a pass to the poorhouae. Our state government can only pro tect people after they go crazy or com mit a crime. Tbe two extremes of s...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 January 1894

iftilTMiftWiifit tf(t,imHiMM.mMui imammi&riimmimlSaU&UM READY FOE A FMST. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES AN EL OQUENT sermon on Festivity. Ad Entertainment Where the Lord I the Banqueter rind Angels' Arrf the Cupbear er Ah HnTsclNo and Earnest OnHpel Plea ko the Ulic.infrerted. Brooklyn, Jan. 28.The tissual large nudienco assembled in tho Tabernaclo to day and listened to a sermon of remark able power and interest by Rev. t)r. Tal m:ije, the tnbject being "Festivity." Tho test selected wiis Luke xiv, 17, "Comfe, for nil things nro now rendy." It was 0110 of the most exciting timts in English history When Qneen Elizabeth visited Lord Leicester nt Kenilworth castle. The momont of her arrival was considered so important that all the clocks of tho castle were stopped, so that the hands might point to that one mo ment as being the most significant of all. She was greeted to the gato with floating islands and torches, and the thunder of cannon, and fireworks that set tho night ablaze, ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 31 January 1894

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

- ! MBIIIBIIIIIIIHB WW y- vn jr - . T rB cts ei Month by TV all prepaid In Advance No Papers sent -wU n Time la Out. $S.0 a Year. Tho Journal lint a Larger.Clr- dilation in Salem and Marion County tlinn any Salem nowipn- per. See our Hits. HOFKIt DROS (9 Puulltkers. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 24. (7 A PI 1 A JL 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 l:sfc 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 uutie 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 ou...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 February 1894

&VvmxG aitaL ioUHNAL tflitmSDAT ffErfftUAKY J, ib4. Iff M i ! I 'I Us -jvrrfci- TH& capital jodbul i-UaUMUKUDA.U.Y. EXCEPT SUNDAY BT.THK Capital Journal Publishing Company PoatoSloe BIcek. Oommerdl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. I allr,bjr carrier, pr montb,. nail br mlt, per year. Weekly. P8. Pr year, -to) .3X0 THB NEW EDUCATION. From U)eK,n4irlB Magazlno for Febrc. ryl Crt-ato an,.atmoapbereof Joy tbroogh out the wiiole bouse, that tbe younu child may not know Borrow. All youDf:vtblDgs are bappy. Mother, have a purpose In all you say or do. Your activity lathe type, to tbe child, of life's great purpose. Unity or logic In your life teaohe blm tbe law of unity In all life. A the public schools ure now organized, the kindergarten Is to tbe public echool what physical cul ture la to the gymnasium, or cadet drill t1) the .actual duty in the army. The public school education is directed cblPy at, tbe boy's mentality. It reaches his center (what be is) only in cidentally; and ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 February 1894

I Y NO AFTERNOON THERE. Washington Unique InTlin$ ItOnlyllas Mornings anil Uvenlngs. Strangers to "Washington often re mark upon the custom of addressing ono at all times of the day by the uniform salutation "Good morning." It sounds odd to the westerner to hear ono address him with "good morning" at 5 o'clock in the after noon. This custom is as old as the con gress of the United States and the hours of executive business in the various departments. It is said to bo directly due to the morning hour in congress. The standing rules of the two houses of congress provide for a "morning hour, "which extends from 12 to 2 o'clock, and that provision has made it common to refer to "morn ing business" in congress, which oc curs before the "regular order." Frequently tho regular order is not resumed, and tho morning hour is extended until 4 or G o'clock, especial ly in the latter days of congress and when there is a great jam of busi ness. In tho executive departments refer ence is made to t...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 1 February 1894

n i V Hl m i i li: lu E I , ! IH 1 f d 1 1:' It:! ' ! - ! '-ii' !l !ll m - V'r . iu w 111 Ih i t i i 1 4' . ' lit ill 1!. tifc I y i J. STRANGE BUT TRUE, mw nr, Vv Tlrv Roods 11. : u ,'f. That. niAnv ladies exnress surprise tlian o1oowTirfl in the citv, at our low prices. That our stock is all not cany any shoddy or worthless good, still unbroken. And that our Ladies lisses i n i 1 and ui Are the best in the market. I 8 -WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK AND STORE FIXTURES FOR HALE! FOR PARriCULARS ENQUIRE AT The Palace D. G. & S. Co., 307 COMMERCIAL STREET. oregon FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Styles and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE : DOLLAR KELLER & FURNITURE 8UNS, DEALER8. GOING OUT -::- OF BUSINESS I will eell my entire atock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double roll. Borders from 3 to 10 cento per yard. Give me a call. -::- W. II. SiRGEAKT A Taker. A mascot la what a busl no house almost needs in these days or ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 February 1894

X - itOoiimfvK., HE X CT DAILY ADTERTISERS Tho Journal bag a LargerClr 'dilation In Salem and Marion County than any Salcra newupa per. Boo our list. HOFEK 0ROB I'ubllsheri. US Ot n Month by T nnH In Advanc Mail nee Iso Papers sent whn Time is Out. $3.00 a Year. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OBEGOtf, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, lb94. DAILY EDITION-. NO. 2? ' r1 A "PIT A !-' iSBBliM TAIfR'-XT A T - ... ' .,',"-' r ,' 1... .. ' ' " ,' ' , ' I ,', , ' ' ' ' ' , , .. , ! 9 TI II YORK Rlffl! j FOLLOWS The reduction of all kinds of wool and wool-mixed Undenyenr for ladies, gents and children, which it still continues at Cost, by reducing nil kinds of Mackintoshes, and Gossamers to Cost, to close out the ballance of the line. They offer now Misses' Go saincrs at 75 cents, worth $1.00 Misses' " with "ape and Mood, $l.O0, worth $1.5. Ladies' Inverness " $3, worth $2 .10. Ladies'' Mackintosh, $3, worth S3. 'JO. Ladies' Mackintosh, ali wool, $G 25, worth $7.75. Meu's Mackintosh, $4, worth $5.35. All k...

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

& EVENING CAPITAL JOHRNAX,3rEIDAY,rEBIirAIlY 2, l4 a I li ft I'' THE CAPITAL JOIMAL :" i in i hi mi ' '' " J PpBiaHED DAILY, KXCEPT BIWDAY. "" " BT TIM Capital Journal Publishing Company Rwtomce Block. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. Daily, by carrier, per month,- Dallr. br miill, per year, Weekly, ( page, per year, -1060 aoo .LfiO BDOOESTED COMMENT. Uo good tiling free trade times are brlnglDg,dorn rents. Of coure( abuse Tiik Journal. Every thief is ready to do that. If the unpaid Jatorereon the 8antlam were Italians Fennoyer mlgbt help them. Tbe Salem rainy day club are pray Ing Tor rain to be able to wear tbclr suits out Why not run Col. Eddy, tbe brllllani member of tbe Oregon railroad con mission, for governor. Tbe pilots ou tbe Columbia win have 'nothing to do are invited to Btud, tne navigation of Oregon roads. McElroy, Hermann, Baker, Hirscb; It Is safe togamblo ttmt two ofthetx gentlemen and jMjrhupH tbreo wilt be on the next It -publican state tictcct...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 February 1894

ym&mmtmmmm I A COLONIAL THANKSGIVING. Conscience Was Tender, but Appetite Wu Strong; and Conquered. Among the papers of tho lato ex State Senator Gjiy C. Stoddard of tho town of Lodyard was found an old nowBpaper clipping containing a quaint account of an old colonial Thanksgiving church service and dinner. It was written in tho year 1714 by tho Rev. Lawrence Conant of the old South Parish, in Danvors, Mass., and runs thus: "Ye Governor was in ye house and Her Majesty's commissioners of ye customs, and they sat together in a high seat of ye pulpit stoire. Yo Governor appears very devout and attentive, although he favors Episco pacy and tolerates yo Quakers and Baptists. "Ho was dressed in a black velvet coat, bordered with gold lace, and buff breeches with gold buckles at yo knees, and white silk stockings. "There was a disturbance in yo galleries, where it was filled with divers negroes, inulattoes and In dians, and a negro called Pomp Shorter, belonging to Mr. Gardiner, was ca...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 2 February 1894

x-,: J8VftfJ?b OXfitAt JOTTnNAA,nAVfEnt?AnVa, lisai. nmra in -" '"-' '- c - - i-irnarTur Tii rrfi rm'fc-ii)inairm-ijr'rti rr-'-fr',iirt-;iiwiiMrt'TV: )itimmm m iTn twrtWri mil 1 1 Vir "Ha affryrMi l! '!'t '!if I "if I' ;if n J1 !,' U!' J I 4. .tto- FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Styles and Colors. CHOICE s FOR : ONE : DOLLAR at keller furniture SONS, DEALERS. GOING OUT OF HUalNEBS IwiUlBell my entire stock atCotf, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 33c per double roll. JJ .rdera from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give me a call. -::- W. M. SATO LITTLE LOCALS. Fred G. Denhatn has taken a dob'- Hon In Oaburn'a Bucket store. H. H. Bill, of the Palace, U again confined t hla room wltb In grippe. W. G Weatucott Ib spending the day at Port land. L. D. Jensiip, a trusted em- p'oye at the asylum, left today U-t Burlington, Iowa, for a two month' vMt. Miss Stella Fisher left toduj for Albany, to take charge of the Swank school ten miles east of there....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 February 1894

wmmzm&&i&MimmmmmiMtti mtmimwmmixmtuimiwmumiiimmmmmmmmmmmim :?Sr-i5a I THE X O'T DAILY afS Ot a Month by Mall Prepaid In Advance NoP"Pora sent wnn Tim 1 Out. $3.00 ft Year. - -ATDYtBBTISBltS .Tlio Journal has a Lnrjfer;ctr culnUon In 8ulom and Marlon County tlinn liny Snlera nowp Jer. Boo our llttf. UOFBIC 1HIOS l'ubllrticrr. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8AJLEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, I94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 26. Journal, CAPITAL $15 -:- LAST RESORT -:- $ Between our expectations and realizations stand 500 faultless and fashionable SUITS AND OVERCOATS Unsold. Bright prospects have turned to disappoint ing realities. We hud 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 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. — 3 February 1894

iavSnte bAX&ih J-otmtfAl,. BAtttiftBAY, tiTtimVAftY d, ie4. .5 fe1. E3 m qiML 081iaaxi DAII.Y, EXCKFT SUNDAY. JITtHI Capital' Journal Publishing-Company iVwtoace track. OommereUi Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Imllj, by carrier, per month. IJutly. by trail, per year Weekly, S pacta, perjrar, --60 8UGHBSTKI) COMMENT. A dollar aIay troald gtdteud to most men. be a perfect Tl e tnaypr of Seattle, recently a Mis souri politician, la badly eaibarraeacd financially. Hanking with public money has gone quite far enough. Jllp open the rotten o uuty treasuries! If tbe United rjtatc cannot compete luauyline of buiueM, give uplbat lino of product to tho foreigner saya tbe Wilson bill. These times do not teach any new lessons lu political economy, but they are teaching many to economize who never economized before. Umatilla couuty bus a county treas ury scandal and tbe Populists bave en Joined Fierce, tbe couuty clerk, n sou of Nathan Fierce from issuing any more warrants. Salem glrla get ...

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

PDy-rra - jT,r,aTM'TMrf'? ' tTnrmiiiiittfwiria M ifiVtafrtte oabxe&x." tfbmtisrAlj,sAittyiii5ifeA(- is&u v. a f IliWl I M 14lM it if r-r 1 ' "' ii i i imm in i ii mnii1n ,V" i n n i n Hn r ii i ii . j.,,., 1".? j . ? i.- ,.- .. AKfc YOU A CANDIDATE! t i Out la llio '"n of Nottortfiuit, whew Ito born and bred, ... We want to irniko a change or two before tho year lias fled. The teacher of our grammar school has grown too lee of late. We want some one to (It the place. Are you a candidate? The preacher at our little church has bo much tlmo to spare, i talks for hours on politics up In tho public nqunro, ... nd though perhaps this might suit some, ro ' feel qulto frco to etate We want a mnn to preach tho word. Are you a candidate? Our station Agent has become with such im portance decked, lie docs not treat tho common folks exactly with respect. He snaps you up e'en if you aslc if tho next train Is lato. We want a. more obliging. man. Aro yoa a candidate? Our postmaster so long...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 3 February 1894

jsvEimra SAPitfAi bomxAh sATtmtfAYMtrAfc a, ibb4. a aiiia Hfn i i rr " Tint i Ytdfl) - y!Tfrv-'' I B It Hi' rl 'I 'in . i. it I' mini if i nifif'n''ii"ii''iir'A'"r)''f FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Styles and Colors. CHOICE t FOB : ONE : DOLLAR KELLER & SONS, FURNITURE DEALERS. GOING OUT-::- OF BUSINESS I will sell my entire stock At Cost, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS oud ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double roll. Borders from 3 to 10 cents pel yard. Give me ncalL -::- W. M, SARGEANT A Pet Giant. Harry Simon hat just received from Portland a pet Eng lUh mastiff pup. He Is eight montbf old and bis name is SJoJor. He meat- un-B in lergtb G feet and 7 inches, Is 33 laches high, 25J inches around tbi a ck, and 8 inche around the fore leg He is Indeed a giant, but gentle as a bitten. CHKI8TIAN Endeavor Day. To morrow will bo Christian Eodeavor day and tbe societies of this city will hold a Union meeting In tho Christian church at 0 o'clock p. m. lead by H. ...

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