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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 February 1894

" ' nsmmmimmmimkMmim wiiMmhMM'iMMft i iimiWilfifflflllinmiflifcirrTtiNHWiiiw iiiilJjulWMilW'MiffjMiMMiMW h V- . v' ' -. " 1 r T t - THE IOT DAILY 26 Otn Month by Mail Prepaid in Advanoe No Papers sent "whwn Time lo " r ADVERTISERS Thof Journnl Imi ft Larger Cir culation In .Salem and Marion County than nnjr Bnlein nawnpn perBco our Hit. UOFKR BX108 PublUhars. TAL JOTT $1 SS.WW uwi. yr VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8ALBM, OREGON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY j 0, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 33. v. i:k3Seb' r litlSllilSl i 111 I H 1 A 13 1 JH it SEE our all-wool $5.00 Parits that we are selling for $3.00 a pair. Ob IITSEASON! AND OUT, We aim to keep in stock everything in the line of Sportsmen's Goods, Arms and Ammunition. ou can always make money by consulting our stock and prices. Brooks &, Salisbury. WE ARE NOT -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS AsuGMg? PATRONAGE. It is to YOUR BEST INTEREST TO PAY .US A .' A. Buren & Son., S. W. THOMPSON &...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 February 1894

.EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL, SATUIiPAT. FEBRUABY 10, !!) I . THE CAPITAL JOURSAL potitmbisi) bAivr, kxcept bvnvax. 8TTM Capital 'Journal Publishing Company fVwtofflo HIek. OomtaercUI Street. HOfER BROTHERS, Editors. Unity, by carrier, per month,. Datl, by noil, jr er, Weeklf, C paces, ler year, -MO .L0 SUCUK8TED COMMENT. Tuxes fite goiug (a be Lard tut the cjllecl&r .. bard to get Chris Kvaii would not make bis sail among be Oregon I i Ic law. e.-a. Let us try 'good roads fur a cbaugp. Webayebad fifty years of no road. Tbe greatest magnet Of the age, casb, never bad such drawing powers as to day. Tbe Salem rainy day club aay tbej never come out buttueauu comes out too. It seldom rains but it pours. Tin rainy day club suits are becoming all tbe rage. Gentlemen of tbe county court !sn,' a $90,000 bridge wortb properly taking card of? Tbe railroad commission baa nm yet beard of tbe rottenness in tbe Ore gon Pacillc management. At last tbe ricb man is to begot after. Tbe Income tax fea...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 February 1894

WTwaam.nnrtmnim iwmiuiamitoMMMMww amiMiitMtiTwiiTsftiiiMioiiW lwwteMyW "s. ' PERSONAL GOSSIP. John C. Smith of Brazil, Intl., la tho fatherof 85 children, nil of whom nro living-Mrs. P. 0. JohnBon of Nebraska has made a fortuno in apples. Sho is one of the best authorities on pomology in the west. Frank Miller, a coal dealer of Bridge port. Conn., claims to ovn the pet arm chair of John Hancock of Revolutionary renown. An old glove is preserved in tho family of Thornns Roberts of Philadelphia which has been worn by six generations of sons at their weddings. It is 34 ye.irs since Blondin walked across Niagara falls on a tight rope. Ho will soon 1e 70 years old, but his skill in nenal feats has not abated. Mn Enoch Pratt, 84 years old, who has been president of tho Baltimore Clearing House association for tho past nine years, declined ft'ro-election. Profesaor S."W. Brirnhnm of Chicago has been awarded a gold medal by the Jtoyal Astronomical Society of England for his discoveries of d...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 February 1894

i fl f n t ?- 'I & M S IS r ,Si: R . f? ' aft i a ; u - i 1 S " i If1? T ,' i ii ! fl if l.J i' N)l f Stylish Book Cases Secretaries and Bideboards at KELLER 5 SONS PncM reduced on enU a Htock. Come and mm. Wo have tha awortmeut. GOING OUT-::- OF BUSINESS I will sell tuy entire stock at Coet, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGMEd. WINDOW SHADED, NOTIONd and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 Ui 35o per double roll. Border from 3 to 10 cents pet yard. Give mo a call. ' -::- W. M. SARGEANT ,T. JL. MITCHELL & CO., nsuranc HOLMAN BLOCK. 8 ALEM. Or. d THE BOHEMIAN GIRL. . Tiiis Opera to be Presented at Salem Monday Evening. Tiie well known Calboun Opera Co., will present the above famous musical operu, and of its production in Beattlt the other night the Post Intelligence mys: B life's charming rauaio in "Tht Bohemian Girl" never received a mon pit asiug interpretation than that Riven It at Cordray'a theater last evening bj the Calboun Opera Company, and tht result proved a pleasant Burpriee to ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 12 February 1894

ksuki , THE I O'T DAILY og Ota n Month by Mall Prepaid in Advunoo No Papers ont whtn Time lo Out. $3.00 a Year. ADVJEBTISEES Tlin Journal has a larger Cir culation In Salem nud Marlon County tliannnjr Salem newjpa port Bee our lists. IIOFKK J0E0B Publishers. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, MOITDAY, FEBRUARY i2 i94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 33. i ilii ' I iriiiiMni in i 1 1 i tfc,!! nf PWB1 CAPITAL JOURNAL llff -F0LL0WS- 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 ol Mackintoshes, and Gossamers to Cost, to close out the ballance of the line. They offer now Misses' Gossamers at 75 cents, worth $1.00 Misses' " with Capo and Uootl. $1.00, worth $1.25. Ladies' Inverness " $2, worth $2 ,r0. Ladies' Mackintosh, $, worth $3.70. Ladies' Mackintosh, nil wool, $( 25, worth $T.T5. Men's Mackintosh, $4, worth $5.35. All kinds of OILED COATS, black and yellow, at Cost. WOOL HOSE for ladies and ...

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

-rv . J-VTBttlttG- CAPITAL JOTKNAX, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1694. L 41 i H THE . CAPITAL JOURNAL. J'UBUlUlIKO DAIUY, KXCKTT80WOAY Brtns Capital -Journal Publishing Company Pot tofflr Block. Commercial Btreot. HOFER BROTHERS, Editor. Jmlly, by cairler, per month,. JO GO .8.00 IMlly, br mall, per year,, trees i jr, S pages, per year,. '"" ' " ' J"" 5,000 Oi'l.MOXS WiNrKD. Tub JounxAi. will pub:'U the oplniomof five thousand men, or a runny more a will ipreaa tborawlveaj M loth beat way to elect the next United State Hcrmlor from Oregon, whether (I) bjr popular vote, "i by iniitructlng candidate to the kg.alaturj us to who they hall elect lor Senator, or (S) or by leaving It totheleglilature after It W elected? The re plloe should not ooumin over 100 words, In cluding address ot writer, nud will be printed In the Daily Jodiinai, during the month ol March Persons writing can also express tnelr choice or Senator! tuoy desire. Order The On a czsv daily during that month. HOFKK JIKOa, rubiUber...

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

iMflMUtMMk I'-flJ I ttvu--l - i"" .?:: W-UM- IT FAILED, TUo Colored Mbii Didn't Know mid r.ave Thorn is nn Assistant mossonger in one of tho auditor's offices who is Bonsilive about carrying up tho coal and building tho fires. He is a college man and came to Washington expecting a good clerk ship nt least, but bia money gavo out, and lie was oungeu to iuku mo unn, lumg oi fcred. Last week ho received a letter from his home Becret society saying that several of its members would be in Washington on Saturday and would call on bim at the offlco. It happened that tho auditor was aosent wnen Saturday eauie, and his room was vacant for the dav. Tho assistant messenger's friends thought it would be a good thing to play it oa the visitors. Mr. Smith therefore took hia seat iu tho auditor's chair, light ed n clijar and put his feet on tho desk. After a little tho delegation from the homo town arrived. A man received them at tho door. They asked for Mr. Smith aud wero requested to send in 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. — 12 February 1894

EVENI&G- CAPITAL JOITHKA3D . MONDAY, 'FJEBBTTABV IB, U4. 4tt - --v (5, . , s?-s - R I-tf 1 im-, I MI r n SfylisfrBpok Cases - v Secretaries rfnd Sideboards at KELLER 5 SONS 1'rteo rerfdftsd on eutl o flock, fteon. iVeJtwy&tho assortment. Come nnd GOING m t: GOOD ROADS OONVB&TION. '': . v- ." fc i A Larjo AttQKdftnccJ anI Sevaral Good Repqrt Adopted. J f OFfcuBltf 8$ I will Bell my entire stock ut Cost, 'FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35o per doublo roll. Borders from 3 to lO.couts per Glva'uio a call. , ' -::- JV. II. SAIilfflT MiTommh & co., J. Ii. ur HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM, Or. dw LITTLE LOCALS. Sunday was one of the most disagree able days of winter, although there wu but little or no -rain, now, wind or frcezlm Balfc's "Bolitmiliui Girl" at Reed's tonight Tho Koeloy League entertnlntuent Saturday night Was a most creditable literary aflitlr. Will Vicscher delighted as many is Bill Nye. Messrs. Roach und EdeH ...

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

"", - .""'" T T""T '? ' V '")" ' - owl i MMMIMfl XflfP11! , , ,.j ,.. n. i i'w'ywjjyflpiiQiUiU iijili'''"lfI,pwyitBI1 ? rv '' THE I O TlBAIIiY ADV-EItTISERS Tlio Journal ha a Ln;o Cir culation In Sntem and Marion County tlmti any Hnlom nawipa per. Bi'o our lUt. IIOFKK JBttOB I'ublithsri. PNoPBperB sent -whtj-n Time lOut. $3.00 a Year. ?xj '-. a imnramMtra VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM, OHEQON, TUESDAY, PEBRUARY 13, 1894. DAILY EDITION". NO. 34. MT . . CAPITAL JOURNAL. ...THREE TA ID SEE our all-wool $5.00 Pants that we are. Belling for $3.00 a pair. IN SEASON! AND OUT, We aim to keep in stock everything in the line of Sportsmen's Goods, Arms and Ammunition, ou can always make money by consulting our stock and prices. Brooks WE ARE NOT -FOR- Our general Stock of FUENITUKE and CARPETS is so well selected that, it COMMANDS ivTo$ PATRONAGE. It is to YOUR BEST INTEREST TO PAY US A VISIT. A. Buren &. Son., 300 Commercial St S. W. THOMPSON & Co., Largest line of Solid Silverware in ...

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

EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18tf 4. Kl H K 4 i T i m during these-resulla. But there is another thought, it makes lArt little diflerence to the peo ple whether they are reduced to pover ty iinder "the Democratic free trade doctrine, or bankrupted by the Popu Hit doclrlua of purchasing all the rail road la the country, or ruined by un necessary and excessive taxation. The result is the same. Our Republican doctrine of protection and reciprocity will start up our factories and mines, and give everybody employment, but unless we can slop extruvagaut and corrupt legislation, the people Will Boon be taxed beyond endurance, and tax payera,' comniltteefl will become more numerous than tht-y aro at the present time, aud this Is especially so here In our own state of Oregon, and we might as well have a plain understanding upon tblssubject. Now what Is It that Is the producing cause of extravagant and corrupt legislation? I believe that railroad free passes Ip one of the fru...

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

' "TJTwrV'' ''2T'?'H5!l?F"E' ) StW.il I SUM li inyiiimyiMii in wrpniiiwfswy "a flfl'l J'-'" B uiiOllllJll,J,rt'- uOVtnM6Nli 178.5 Cr.arpos met In AnuapolU Nov. 515. jggExclniivoiuthority of tho Irisb parliament in local matters udmittod, 178 Congreca met in Trpnton Nov. 80. 1785 Cougress met In Now York Jan. 11. The sessions were hold there until 1700. f. T . r 1783 Meeting of the states gonnrul al Versailles 5508 ecclesiastics, 285 nobles, B21 deputies. 1760 French deputies declared them selves to bo tho government; national as sembly. 1789 Tho flrst federal American con gress under the constitution held in New York. 1700 Philadelphia wa3 mado tho cap) tal for 10 years, and congressional ses sions were held there. 1700 Tho national assembly of Franc declared the government a limited uion crchy. 1700 Tho United States constitution ratified by all tho original states. 1701 Tho first bank of tho United States established by act of congress. 1702 National convention of France constitut...

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

. fi- ? Li. J Isf- I i'A 1 If I'4 u r ! I J) H1; If El hi r, ' CtHH 'J ft it Hi KiT? t il I uH I si ;. rStyiisb Book Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at KELLER & SONS Price reduoed on enU Htoelr. Com and aeons. We hav tbe assortment, GOING OUT-;:- OP JJUdINE33 I will soli my entire atock at Cost, i.wnnwrTrTRE. WALL PAPER. BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10, to 33o per double roll. B rder from 3 to 10 centa per yard. Give me a call. W. SI. SARGEANT J. L. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM. Or. d i,i..l i. I i ' ,' L LITTLE LOCALS. N. H. Loonoy. of Jeflereon, "vas In the city yeaterday.,..Mr8. B. Fried aaan, bow of Portland, U in the city viflltlDg old time friends Mr a. F. C Biker left last evening for Tangent, where she boo gone to attend the bed side of a sick friend. Mrs. J. L. Card and ton William have moved to Balnios, Callfornia.after living In South Salem several 'yearn Beautiful spring days are here uud peach buds begin to swell...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 February 1894

. f , jfttL,i . ;vn " . a THE IC'T DAILY a Ots Month by Mall prepaid in. Advnnoe No Papers osnl -whn Time JaOut. jjjS.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS Tho Journal ha a Earner Cir culation la Salem and Marlou County than any Salem nuwgprt -per. Bee our UU. IIOFKIt OBOB I'ublUhar. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, aTEBRTJARY i4, l94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 35. ' AAJbJJ:Ufll&'Bp JOURNAL. vA IT i A xjlJLj Df TBI.1 zrffltf.aaBjJ5iMlg TMii'TKeM"'tfi r fr""" j .. iljMeeMeb mw 1 II -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 MfccfPtt' fin-Rumors n.t, 7i nnt. wnrt.li &f.Oft Hisses' " with Cunt) and 11nod.$1.00. worth ftl. 25. Ladies' Inverness " $2, worth $2.50. Ladies' Mackintosh, $3, worth $3.70. Ladies' Mackintosh, all wool, $0 25, worth $T.W. Men's Mackintosh, $4, worth $5.35...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 February 1894

y K Hit CAPITAL JODRSAL POtliilKD DAILY. KXOKFT BUHDAY. mrm Capital' Journal Publishing Company i-oilofflos Block. OommercUl Street. HOFER DrTOTHERS, - Editors. Oalty, by carrier, per month. Dally, br mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year, JtOM &oo - LW 5,000 OPINIONS WANTED. Tim Jodbxax. will publish the opinion, or nvelboanand men, or at many more m will zpreM tbemeelrca, a to the beat way to elect the next Halted BtaU Senator from Oregon, whether (1) by-popular vote, (I) by Instructing candidates to I ho legfitature to who the until eleot lor Senator, or (fl or by tearing It tothelegUUture nfte It 1 elected? The re pllM should not contain over 100 words, in cludlne address ol writer, and will be printed JntheDAiLif Jouii.fAt during the month of March Persons writing md also exprts tbelr er.otca for Senator If they desire. Order TttB 0k Cjcxt Daily during that month, UOFKtt DUOS., Publliben, t'alero, Oregon. 8UGUKSTEI) COMMENT. Save the" Oregon song birds. Good roads; bett...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 February 1894

L-gjmruw-jfc.ru"" 'y JSVENINQ OAPITAl. JOTTKNAIj, WEDMSDAY FEBRUARY .4, 1894. RUBIES SUJtgASSED. AN ELOQUENT SERMON BY REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE. Comparison of Wisdom With ttio Most Precious Stone Tho Vnluo of ItellRlon. Words of Solomon Contrasts Rroitcht Oat by the Text. Brooklyn, Feb. 11. IhtheTabernnclo tiiis forenoon Rev. Dr. Tnlmage preached t a crowded atulience that filled tho (,-reat building to overflowing, the sub ject of his (sermon being "Rubles Snr pivwd" and tho text Provorbs viii, 11, 'Wisdom is better than rubles." You hare all seen tho precious stone coin'nonly called tho.ruby. It is of deep red color. The Bible makes much of it. It glowed in" tho first row of the high priest's breastplate. Under another n.irae it stood in the wall of heaven. Jeremiah compares tho ruddy cheek of tho Nazarites to tho ruby. Ezekiel points it out in tho robes of the king of Tyre. Four times doos Solomon use itasasym bol by which to extol wisdom or reli gion, always getting its value as ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 14 February 1894

epjgffi'TF! iiVENlftG- &APitfAL JOtTKNAL WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 184. ju. NU . -sa Pi S4 15 '! i M ' i -a ; M '( m: Stylish Book Cases Becrgtarics and Sideboards at Seller & sons Price reduced On intl Htock. Com and u. w nave the assortment. G OUT -::- OF BUSINESS I will sell my entire stock at Cobt, FUBNITUKE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. r Wallpaper from 10 to 36c per double roll. B irdere from 8 to 10 cents per yard. Glvomo a call. : -::- W. II. SAHGEAMT J. 3D, MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dw LITTLE LOCALS. A beautiful spring day a little bfeey. One newspaper that printed tfce Burnett libel also prints his apol gy. Newspaper must be fair with tefa ntoer If tliey would have a repu Utksn for fsirnea outside the profession. Judge Burnett's If tter to tbe Jouh- NALi editors Is very much like the old aaaa'ri prayer, who got down on hie koees under compulsion and prayed: "Oh, Lord, If theru Is one, have mercy on joy soul, I...

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

JflE I C'T DAILY L AbVJEItTJtgEltS' Tlio Journnt haa a Larger Cir culation in Snlein and Marlon County "thnn iinjr Snlcin nWipn lior. Bee our llita. 1IOFEU UROS fi l'ublUUsri. rC SJm Advance 9,wv ver fits hia DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON. THURSDAY, FEBKDAKY 15, itt94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 3. Washington Star, Chap. W. Knapp, of the St. Louis Republic, Colouel Fred erick Driscoll, of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. NEWS FROM FOREIGN FIELDS. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U, S. Gov't Report , 1 ill The Silver Coinage Bill May Yet Pass. Treachery, .Bomhilirowers, Soci alists and Anarchisfp. CAPITAL L JOURNAL -. .i ' 1 ' " ' " ' . . . . - i ' r q ' VOL. 7. .THREE 10 m OTTAT I KJllJ 9 SEE our till-wool'$5.00 Pants that we are selling for 3.00 a pair. if 8 THE BEST Leghorn and norn liens 1 SEASON! AND OUT. Wr nim r,n j the line of SDortsnien's Goods. loan always make money by consulting our stock and prices. Brooks WE ARE NOT -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well...

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

JSVJSNItfGr CAPITAL JOURNAL TlttTItSDAY, FEBHTTARYIS, 18V4. M Br ft Iff. rtT1 ip,CAWTiL.JOUMAL. I'OBLIfjUD DAILY, KXCKPT 80NDAY, DY TH Capital 'Journal Publishing-Company Fmtoffioo Vlock. Oornmarclfcl Street. WELL-DRESSED WOMEN. HOFER BROTHERS, Editor. lialljr, by cairler, per months, rally, by mall, per year,... Weekly, t pages, per year,.. J0 -8.00 L0 Ilandsomo Gimhs Are Not Necessn rily tbo Most Expensive. 5,000 OI'IMU.VS WANTED. Tub Journal will publish the opinion! or five thousand msn.onns many monies will express themMlres m to the.best wioMo elect the next United State Senator from Oregon, whether (1) by popular vote, (2) by Instructing candidate to tbadrg'slature ai to whojbey hill elect Jor Henator, or (3) or by leaving It to tho legislature. after It In elected? The re piles should not- contain over 100 words, In eluding address ol writer, and will be printed In tbe iiA.ii.Y loviutxu during the month of March Persons writing can also express their choice for Senator If tb...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 15 February 1894

i HER CONGRATULATIONS. They Were Tendered In Good Fnltb, bnt With KinbnrrnsMiic Itesults. Congratulations ollcrotl in n geneinl xtny nro just n littlo below par in ono of the down town departments nt pres ent. A certain chief of, division named Smith is vory popular with tho ladies of tho department. Ho haB under him a clerk also named Smith. On Now Year's day tho wifoof Clerk Smith pre sented him with n son and heir, nnd on the following day his friends in tho de partment fairly swarmed around his desk with congratulations. That morn ing a modest littlo maiden clerk, whom for present purposes wo may stylo Miss Jones, overheard two acquaintances in tho corridor talking about "mother and child" in hushed voices, and womanlike she stopped to ask what tho news was. "Why, haven't you heard?" exclaim ed ono of tho conversants. "Mr. Smith has had an addition to his family a splendid big boy. We've all boon in to offer our congratulations." "Indeed!" cried Miss Jones. "I must go too." Suit...

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

a Vj"pw.ij(spF,n,i wsb. - 'mw$v- ' Tp.--- i -Tfffi--" ,-''TSPvx-?nTtf'ttfiir Mt ktab - jfiViattf $ OAtWAf, toxmxA h. vmrnsDAr, ramtu t ia, itm feBtflwMrtSLa ,.lfci.iiaiia-M.lijilwri'ri'Ji?iiWt' Itylish Book Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at EL1ER "5. SONS ices reduced on en 11 a Block. Coma and n. We have tbe.nssortment. MING OUT -::- OF BUSINESS I -will soli toy entire stock at Cost, fURNITRE, WALi PAPER, BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to35o per double roll. inters from 3 to 10 cents per pard. Give me a call. IN THE A Sharp Legal Battle Big Note. THE PUBLIC FORUM. - This column Is devote 1 to tbe lnlereui of the people who hava northing to Ray on mat OVd? A communications will not bo nntlced, but con nucuw ui vunoiniii'irui;9 TV ill uts b r u' j .kept. Tbe pabllcatlOa orarticea la ttiUde- 'Hflplmant Mn Imo -Mitt t . .. -... oh dorsernent We reserve right to restrict mere controversies to a quarter column. TUB CHINBSB DOCTOR VS. COURT. -::- W. M. S...

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