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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 February 1894

, j--v,r w-vyv'sRT9?'Trr Buff) II nililiiillilMBiMMW " ' MuiudUjaa THE ICT DAILY i- Ota n Month by JJnll Time 1 Out. $3.00 a Year. ABVERTISEBS . - Tim Journal linn a Lnrffor;cir- dilation In Salem and Marlon County tlutn nuy Salem newipa per.' See our lists. 1IOFKK BROS O rubllilieri. JOUR Tf-ii'.uia1, VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON, M03STDAY, 1TEBRUAKY 5, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. sa7. O A JP I 1. AJu .1 JLjLJLjf 5 11 i m -FOLLOWS- The reduction of all kinds of wool and wool-mixed Underwear for ladies, gents and children, which it still continues at Cost, by reducing all kinds of Mackintoshes, and Gossamers to Cost, to close out the ballance of the line. They offer now Misses' Go. Samcrs at 75 cents, worth $1.00 MIssps' " with Cape and Hood, $1.00, worth $1.25. Ladies' Inverness " $2, worth $2.50. Ladies' Mackintosh, $, worth $3.70. Ladies' Mackintosh, all wool, $0 25, worth $7.75. Men's Mackintosh, $4, wortli $5.35. All kinds of OILED COATS, black and yellow, at Cost. WOOL HO...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 February 1894

tfVEttltfGr CAPITAL JOtmNAL.&MOOTAY,FEBHtTAltY5, u4 t ! t-i"-- - --''-' -, - ;, I 11 IM-l " t!T i. n Is iw it LP ' TI1K CAPJ'fAL JOURKAli. J'UULtdilKD DAILY, BXOISPT 80WOAY, fer Tine Capital' Journal Publishing Company l'.ntoffloe Block. Commercial BtrwU HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. I wtlr.by carrier, per montbr Pally, br mail, per year, Weekly, S pagec, per year, r.iT iILiliW) i i aLij! JO 60 . 8.00 . uo TUB BOTTKN RKIIKIVERSWl. Tho ntaaagemont of public corpora tlooa for -private ipfrflt Is a gigantic fraud on tffofxoplo. There la only one greater fraud und source of public, cor ruption. That is lootlug a rnibllo cor poration thfraailio gang 'of private corporatlon'tblives uutfor a rotteu re ceivership. Tho recelvorrfbip faros Is the last wicked resort of tbo plunders and wreckers, In tho name of law and Jus tice, to further strip and rob railroads whjoh ore publlo corporations, com mon carriers and tbo corporate high ways of tho people. They live off the producers and tho people....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 February 1894

nj j-r iwiiiiii'mBiiiitiiriijiitiTniiiiufiiiiMiiiiiiiwffwriiiiiwi'iniwwmii r- vw n y- tWf-" T1 ," 1v " iiMiwii! finkt A RAILROAD JOURNEY. I lit before this maglo vrjnduvf, and the world runs put, Revolving like ft wheel, whoso hither rim Whirls fast beneath my Raze, whoso thither edge rolls Blow, And these the scenes that reel by endlesslyi Green ellstenlns seas of corn uptossln? feath ers of brown spume, And yellow shored with beaches of rlpo wheat. Which, like Ulysses feigning madness, farmers drive along And sheaf In heaps of rich, unsterllo gold; Unceasing meadows Joyelod unto ocoanto calm And sprinkled with faint tinkling herds that graze And wind hoofed colts that flco ns, half for fear and half for fun; Hills dotted with snowdrifts of huddled snoop; Thick shadowed forests haunted by lltho Dry ads fond of (lowers And thirsting alway for cool deeps of shade. But hear the suddon roar that shoots with us tho trcstlcd stream, Come gaylr sauntering Its winding path, Which leads fro...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 5 February 1894

"Tf 1W$W "?T,W2"B5'"i ;p"-fl if! I Is! 'J' I mm a !aa i Hfii m : 4 ;'i I 4 ?! (i Bin i" y 1 i (1 i V B4 ! :( h h F l i' FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Styles and Colors. CHOICE : FOB : ONE :. DOLLAR KELLER & SONS, FUftNITPBE ' DEALERS. GOING OUT-::- OF BUSINESS I will ell my entire stock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW BHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double roll. Borders from 8 to 10 cenU per yard. Give mo a call. W. M. SERGEANT A Weonq Impbission. Au im pression prevails that the thing to do is to bny baking powder for the prize thflfciroes wllh it, Clark & Eppley give the flneet present with their spec ial brand, but the housekeepers say the best prize of all Is not the beautiful glass dish but the superior quantity of the powder. Christian Endeavor Day. To morrow will be Christian Endeavor day and the societies of tbls city will hold a Union meeting In the Christian church at C o'clock p. m. lead by H. H. Gilo. A1IC.E. people and members...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 6 February 1894

' "WXfW'FW"" -num ymmmmtmimimKmM tamamimmmmMmM P"?' THE X 0 T DAILY SO Oto a Month by Wall prepaid in Advanoe rj0 papers sent -whn Time lo "" $3.00 a Year. ADVEim&EBSi Tlio Journal lias a tArger Clr- -' ctt!nt!on In Salem and Marlon Comity than any Salem newtjia per, Cdo our lists.' 1IOFEU fJItOS riibUsbari. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1894. DAILY EDITION-. NO. 2$. ML '-.. -. Vl CAPITAL JOURNAL : f '" ' ' " ,'.j2 .';'-' . - k-A. tt ' fc-2 if i" -?.' i.Vf SEE our all-wool $5.00 Pants that, we are selling for. $3.00 a pair. ' ,. . f . 't' 4 , :. '., IN SEASON! AND OUT, We aim to keep in stock everything in the line of Sportsmen's Goods, Arms and Ammunition. Ik ou can always make money by" consulting our stock aud prices. Brooks L Salisbury. WE ARE NOT -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE aud CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS A GOOD SUM OF It is to YOUR BEST tTS A A, Buren & Son., S. W. THOMPSON & Co., Largest line of Solid Silverwa...

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

EVENING CAPITAL JOTJBNAL TUESDAY, FJ3BIU7ATrrS, ua4. slf'r pV b T It M I si? I'v. ' w mmi journal aaiwpiiyi,. , in i !' ' ' '" - fUBUSAim DAILY, KXCB1T SUNDAY, BTTH3 Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ontotnco Block. Commercial Btreat. HOFER DROTHERS, - Editors. 1ally, by carrier, pr months IHHly.br mall, per year, -10 50 .100 Weottly,! pages, per year,. UO MJGI1E8TRI) COMMENT. V.iutid-A roads. sure short cut to good Highways Is not good, waterways It Is mud-and TiikJoubnaij still livea. And it Is out of dttit i" "ii.'LfiLtag' Now for the second. Mijrlon county good roads convention. Tho paragraph is an abbreviated ed itorialJournalism in short sklrte, If the convicts cannot build roads or run ajute mill they can at least bo par doned. Two things tbot pay committee of 100 and Daily, their way the the Onk Cunt Whoever can make times can get rich if good again. a living these times ever got Titis JotmNAi. stands by Its platform, announced, last December, reduce city state and county...

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

'FVJTBW'VS?' r VW? -WTW yeT mummmammmtmrn IH m TWIHIl lSl!Mlll)MWjIOIMIWIMWMIiwaM MMCMHHMBataMttMMflikf JSTBinOS-a CAPITAL JOtnmAX, TtTESDAY,, FEBIttrAKY G, 1894. CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT. 1641 Contest between Charles I and the English parliament, ending in civil war. . 1(548 Congress of 'Holland recognized hy all the European powers. 1649 The Ramp parliament voted the trial of Charles I. House of peers abol ished. 1CG0 The convenjipn; parliament re stored Charles II. 1679 Habeas corpus act passed by English parliament. 1694 An act for triennial parliaments passed after mnch opposition. 1707 The first parliament of Great Britain assembled. 1707 Last meeting of tho parliament of Scotland. Scotland never had a house of commons. 1716 Repeal of tho triennial act nnd a septennial net passed. 1753 Journals of the English house ordered to be published regularly. 1754 Tho colonial congress at Albany to confederate the American colonies. 1705 A colonial congress at Now forte to oppose the s...

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

"WSW" EVENING CAPITAL JOTJKNAIi TUESDAY, FEBTtTJAHTtf, i4. Mi i. mL" 3? ' $. FANCY FOOT STOOLS. All Style? and Colors. CHOICE : FOR : ONE : DOLLAR at KELLER & SUNS, FURNITURE DEALERS. Mi GUT-::- OP BUSINESS I will aell ray entire Block At Cost, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wntlpaper from in to &5o per double roll. Borders from 8 to 10 cenU per yard. Give mo acalL W. M. SARGEANT TB Biveb VttAvaitio. During tha blah water this winter there bave been not a few obanges In the river's channel, and soma are threatened wjIoIi would be ot great Importance. It U reported that opposite Fairfield t.tia rioar tw4 U llnhln In brnak thrnUffh I Jato a new channel aqd leave that burg l.f. A .ln tTnornvnr irtf 1IIU TOI ( AiUl wT"vf w..f wmmwm work ooafd prevent such a contingency. CervAlll Is liable to bo without a river. Tt GjlziUq says: About two more mmnm of high water like those al rtady experienced tbl winter will ro- Mitt ia tho cutting of a aeW c...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 February 1894

jfrumwri Mumtmmf mamtt, nm nmtittoiit trw iiHfau,w 1WWill,temilMiMMIniMBMilllliiiIWmillttMlWiWtnil - - TE.-jKT" THE ICT DAILY ofi Ots a MontH by "Mall prepald in Advnnoa NoPapof" sent wnn Time Out. $.00 n Year. j ADVERTISERS The Journal has a Larga Cir culation Ja Salem and Marlon County than nny Salem newspa v por,8eo our liitf . UOKBR BKG8 . lublUhri. HE I taivmi'wAwi mm VOIi. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, lb94. DAILY JffiDijifeN'. NO. 29. CAPITAL JOURNAL TI II m FOLLOWS- The reduction of all kinds of wool and wool-mixed Underwear for ladies 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 saniers at 75 cents, worth $1.00 Misses' " with Cape and Hood. $1.0, worth $1.25. Ladies' Inverness " $3, worth $3.50. Ladies' Mackintosh, $3, worth $3.70. Lailies' Mackintosh, all wool, $0 25, worth $7.75. Men's Mackintosh, $4, wortli $5.3...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 February 1894

ij! BYENINGr CAPITAL JOtJBNAL WEDNESDAY, FEKTtTTAItYT, H4. ---f rfi til f(i irr i nTnn (ir m f hf" t : If" H It lE.MPUOPfflb. P0BU8HED DAILY, KXOEPT BOMBAY, Capital JournahPublishingCompany Poitoffieo B'ocfc. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, bycairlsr.per moatb,- joeo uuu Wee Dallv. br tuall. per year- sekiy, 8 page, per year,. 1J0 KES79 .ttUpUKSTKD COMMENT. Boftjroada trjaJtjIiard.Umea. The tPsx. Cent classes. V'ilLY suite all Wby.all notajem .havo a public market? DeraocfutaBouoVlIke tho present de preoslou ony bettertbgn anyone qjse. Try the One Cent Daily a tnontl by mall for 25 cla. You will never do without it. Salem has one bad habit. This le" about ,the only city that nays up ih taxes. The big bridge across tne Willamette has stood long enough to bo worth pro tfctlng. A man don't have to wear a pompa dour to belong to tho young men's Ee publican club. The committee of 100 should appoint a committee to proven t starting mor. churches or newspapers. President...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 February 1894

i mr ' v ?v 'w -.. .,,.., ..v.i-,ya. - lii.i..iiirrtil tftii MMOSmMtlKHMHfaiewMfenMwMaMaM JBV9BWXK OAJHTAIi JOtTJEUffAL, TOKOSBAY, ifEBftTTARY 7, JL81MU nlitfifAlafiibAfca iyMiWji.Tlwnffr'rirfi, r- -ti mi an hh A VJSIOX Ol' HEAVEN. REV. DR. TALMAGE'S ELOQUENT SER MON AT THE TABERNACLE. II Dreanis n Marvelous Drenm of IT hitch anil Describes What He Saw There The Saints IVhoAroOreat In HeavenNames Not In tho Directory. BnooKLVN, Fob. 4. In tho Brooklyn Tabeninclo this forenoon the hymns, the Bcrlptu.ro lesson nnd tho prayers, as well ns tho sonnon, wero about tho fntnro world moro than about this world. Rev. Dr. Talmngo took for his subject 'A Vision of Heaven," tho text being Ezekiel i, 1, "Now it came to pass as 1 was among tho captives by tho river of Cliebar that the heavens wero oponod and I saw visions of God." Expatriated and in far exile on tho banks of tho river Chobar, an oflluent of tho Euphrates, sat Ezekiel. It was lliero he had an immortal dream, and it js given to us 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. — 7 February 1894

. $ ftv -'- "," &jitv EVENING CAPITAL JOTJHISrAIi WETCnSSDAY, FEBinrAllYT, i4. i a- iiHTiraKniMtoaaaM,jMljV gi . to ' , VI i: i : k' ; f -. .. --J-. --i , ir.ru. f KELLER S SONS - carry 03 all tbo blue ribbons lu picture fram ing. Try tbero once. Prices corrected GOING OUT-::- OP JJUrilNEtJS iasi r .1 will sell niv entlro stock at Cobt, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGWIES, WINJJUW tJHADEd, NOTIONS and ALL. VallppcrfromlO to35o per double roil. Borders from 8 to 10 cents per yard. " . Give me a call. W. M. SMEAINT Thk Fun Loving People WW And a treat at tho opera house Batur day evening, Feb. lOtb, In tbe person orOol. Will L. Vesscher, the poet-humorist. He has lulely arrived from Chi cajfo, and tbln will be his first of a serlw of lectures that will be given. GonleJ Frank Davoy will also be there. Tbt Keeley boys baye been to considerable expense to gat the Colonel here and a full house nhould bo there to receiyi him. The Elite Orchestra will furnish the musto and a pleasant tim...

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

I T?Vr'i, ' w- ftriitrn -iin imfiTOinnm mintumwnnwrm MR9NE8BM THE X C T DAILY on Ota a Month by Mali Prepaid In Advanoo No Paper aant wnn Time la Out. $3.00 n Year. ADVERTISERS The Journal hits larger Clr culntlon In Snlom anil Marlon County than nnjr Balcm nawipa per. Bee our Hats. IIOFEK DUOS rublUheri, I vrrr E w 1 JL mMWnMHMM II , MUMflBlaMM J VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, l94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 30. JBA JOURNAL. CA i a r -A 5fe 9 i mm TV. M . I Hi ini ' -.,' t . : '.:! '! ; SEE our all-wool 5.00 Pants that we are selling for $3.00 a pair. r ?4f4 b IN SEASON! AND OUT, We aim to keep in stock everything in the line of Sportsmen's Goods, Arms and Ammunition, i ou can always make money by consulting our stock and prices. Brooks k Salisbury. WE ARE NOT - FOR - Our general Stock of F URN IT URE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS It is to YOUR BEST US A A, Buren & Son., S. W. THOMPSON & Co., Largest line of Solid Silverware in the ci...

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

! EVENING CAPITAL JOTJBKAI,. THOTSDAT. FEBTITTART8, 1894. am i M IP.UTO .JOMfflL PUiJUHHIED JJAiliY, EXCEPT BUNBAY, BT TUX CapitalJoucnal Publishing Company Foitoffloa Week. Commercial BtreeU Pennoyerltc before proved. and (liat cannot ha HOfER BROTHERS, - Editor. liftlty, by carrier, per month,. .Dally, br mall, per year, Weoily, t buges, per year, -JOM aoo -L60 bUOUTKD COMMENT. Yourtcau bejis JJberal , aa,you please but noiwltb pubjio money. Tbo P. O. grocery of rJalenj is not the O. P. grocery. It pays cash. Peoplo dowgpcak.of traveling over the roadsaabroogb llipm. i Tbe Own Cknt Daily is not in favor with tbe O. P. wreckers. A writer in tbo Paoiflo Baptist warms against religious professions by children in Young People's meetings. Tbey are apt to be quite as sincere m those of old sinners at prayer meeting. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Local Correspondence from In the Valley. Towns Too many members of the present congress seem to be mere political accidents. Every thing that would help...

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

r y labAWaMttlMMiMlai frnnriiirnfiim i gaSHJSBBHHHEHMSE Inn (Jrn.U t'uker llntids. All tho nun about loyn who play cards nro lalL.u ubout tliq Ivyo remark able hands hold not insmy cveninKs ngo nt the Pacific Union club, nnd tho doc trine of chances is being culcul!ted to Ascertain how soon such a coincidence might bo expected to happen again. The general belief is that no such hands were ever held simultaneously beforo since poker was first played, und that no one now living will over see them so hold again. ' For the benefit of the truly pood it may be stated that n royal flush is the highest hand in poker. It consists of n sequence of ace, king, queon, knave nnd ten in any one suit. As may be sup posed, the appearances of this hand are like tho visits p tho angels and not much more frequent than dentition iu hens. Considerable poker is played at tho Pa nfic Union, but n royal flush had not been seen in months until the occurrence of tho other night. There are four tables in a row...

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

-", ' EVENING CAPITAL ' JOTJTtNA L , Tttin!fli)AT, FtinttTTAttY 6, 14. . MlXb--. gwg -- r, Hi : m , .: KELLER; SONS ' . 4 icarty 4 , . Oil all the blue ribbons Id plcliire frarn lutr. 'Try them once. Prices corrected ?G01Nfi.WIU-- ..- OP BUBINEBd I will sell my entire stock at Cobt, MimVW&B, ALL TAPER,, BAjJBUGQlfid, JWINDOW tHADI$, XQVlOitti and, ALL.. Wallpaper from 10 to 35o per double Mil. Uordora from tf to 10 cents per yard. Give me a call. -::- W. 1L SMIGEANT OlBOUfX 0dUBTf JJOOKET. At 9 o'clock next Monday morning Circuit Judge Geo. H, Burnett "will con vena tho Marlon county circuit coUrl for the February term; and he will find before blm a docket containing a Hbi of over 100 cases. About ilfty of thest are continuations from the October term and a few are simply placed upon the calendar for confirmation. County Clerk Egan la busy preparing tho docket for the court and also mak ing a copy to go to the printer for ust In preparing the "bar dockets." The calendar so far a...

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

mpwi' - 'TTivTTwniJJjpill'J1 f OMMfe uKtiMHMMcnKUIMWHkaaMHiaiMtM BWBMtaHMwm mmhmbi M! - wW ....--iw THE I C T DAILY q cts ft Month by MI all Prepaid In Advanoe No Pope's sent -wnn Time Jo Out, $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS llio Joilrnal lm a Larger.Clr eulntlou In Snleiu nntl Marlon' County tluin nny Snlom newipn per. 8co our lUt(. UOFKR BKOB l'llblttlKiri. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY l, i94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 31. nnKlliMnRnBRPIVT r a --j "- " i nmriwiiimiju'miiiiiHieieM WMMMiww CAPITA JOURNAL. 1 If -FOLLOWS- The reduction of all kinds of wool and wool-mixed Underwenr for ladies, gents and children, which it still continues at Cost, by reducing all kinds of Mackintoshes, and Gossamers to Cost, to close out the ballance of the line. They offer now Misses' Go snmers at 75 cents, worth $1.00 Misses' " with Cape and Hood, $1.0, worth $1.25. Ladies' Inverness " $2, worth $2.50. Ladies' Mackintosh, $3, worth $3.70. Ladies' Mackintosh, all wool, $ 25, worth $1.15. M...

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

rfl EVENING CAPITAL JOmfNAfc FltlDAY. EETmUAin'O, I ' fl! -k yf m I TflfirGAWTAL JOURNAL. VUHUIHUKDVASLY, KXOKFT 80NDAY, BT THJB CapM'J6ilmal Publishing Cofopany iotoffloe Dtsolc. Oomraorclal Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by carrier, per month,- -J0.60 8.00 vany. or man, per year,. W$kly,8 puifw, pr y ear,.. bUOUKSTBIT COMMENT. Twcnty'olgbt Republicans mot at Corvallls tbeother night to orgnulsw a club and they made' thirty Breeches. It Lt a poor Republican nowadays who cannot 11 ud a- whole lot of things to Bay. "When tlie Rainy' iJay club are not on the street they uret home reading tho One Cent JJaiy." Capital JOUIINAL. They are bound to bo In the shade in any case. Independent. But they do not relish auythlngdry. WILSOS'S KLUUUKNr tfhKECII. "Wilson followed Becd with one of the moat eloquent speeches yet beard iu the halls or congress. He literally tore Reed'o argumout to tatters, nnd a be warmed up with his subject the lioUeo and galleries fairly shook with the'tbande...

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

' "-- rrlHffirnHMl MimHMMIttlMUjm I pffljftptfflWffiMVnwMlHW SSTTLERS FROM RUSSIA. RunnrkaM" Success In AgrlcuUurn by tho Meauonlte Killed. Quick as aro Americans to criticise the manners and customs of Russia, and in ferior as tho subjects of tho czar are fre quently considered, tho settlers on tho western prairies might well learn a lesson cf. tho Russians who have their uniquo rettlements among thom. Tho Mention ites,oxiled from southern Russia because cf thrir religion, mado as systematic an exodus as did tho Israelites of old. Thoy sent out their agonts to spy out the land nnd purchased 100,000 acres of tho Santa Found Kansas Pacific railways for homes. Then the people packed up their house hold goods and camo to America. On tin- depot platforms they landed, wearing Kh pskin coats, tho woolly side out, and black handkerchiefs over their heads. They carried iron teakettle? nnd regard id the gazing Americans with as much curiosity as they themselves attracted. They built their vi...

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

EVUXING- CAPITAL JOUnAIi.rEIDAY, rEB-nxrARY9, IBH4. ,zmz KELLER & SONS i, -carry On oil tho blue ribbons In picture fram ing. Try them once. l'rl(a-irrected GOING OUT-::- OP BUSINESS I will sell ray entire stock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW HHADES,;NOTIONH and, ALL. Wallp.iper from 10 to 35c per double roll. B irdere from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Qlve ine a call. -sMV. M, SARGEANT Two Mobe fob Umatii.i,a. Today J. B. Hersey was brought up from Umatilla county to serve a year In tbe pen for larceny, and A. J. Cooper was brought down fo serve two years foi assault with adaugerous weapon. This makes six from that county this term of court, and about as many more to follow. Great h Umatilla. Their Photos. Sperry the arils' has bad a great run of Chinese regit tratlon photographs the pant week. At the Mongols ure very particular obou' the quality of their pictures Mitu Bperry feels gratified over the compli ment paid her art. Money. $382 were dtecovered in the ...

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