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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 February 1894

t, Hii'l JT V. 4 THE X O'O? DAILY 25 Otei n Month by VXnll Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent wnn Time 1 Out. $3.00 a Year. t 1 M ABVEllTISEHS , i . The JnurnmtUn n Larger Olr culntlon Irt Salem and Marion County 'than any Salem neWp per. 8eo our lists. Q.OFER mtOB A 'rutiiuiiara. JOU f"i ass 5SE VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, EEBBITARY SIS, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. T'TA OWflbJ CAPITAL - mr "Vl - .' ' - - $L 4 LADIES' I Wk SHOES. -:- The New York -Racket -:- Carries a full line of the above brand of Shoes at prices that cannot be duplicated on the coast. Our Ladies' fine Dongola Shoe for $2.00, fully warranted, is a special bargain. Try a pair of them. We also carry a good assortment of hats, shirts, hosiery, underwear and a full line of notions. Call and inspect our goods and prices. We will save you from 15 to 25 percent. E. T. BARNES. N SEA ON AND OUT, We aim to keep in stock everything in the line of Sportsmen's Goods, Arms and Ammunition. ou can always make mon...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 February 1894

'll EVENING CAPITA- .rOTTRNAL WEDNESDAV, FEBRTTABY 28, 189. TUB CAPITAL JOURNAL. PUBLISHED DAILY, KXCK1T BUMDAY, Capital Journal Publishing Company ""WstofHoo Woelt. Commercial Street, HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Lially, by carrier, pr mouthy. I'Riiy.pr rnau, par jenr,. ,iy I-.-goeA Wel 1 8 pages, per year,. .3X0 IJ50 6,000 OPINIONS WaNTKD. Tub JovBVXh will publish the opinions or flvo thousand men, or as many more as will exprn themselves, aa to the beet war to elect thentt jUnlled States Henator from Oregon, wbetblsr (1) by popular vote, (2) by instructing candidates to lha legislature as to wbo they shillcjeot for Senator, or (3) or by leaving It to the legislature ofter It Is elected? The re piles should not contain over 100 words, In. tndflrcMOl writer, ana will be pnnuxi most universally signed by employed of tho road, nnd Is now being circulat ed among creditors aud citizen, and In being very liberally signed, and will bo presented to tbe court next Friday, at which time it ails...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 February 1894

'''J" AS SJM IN TJ1JB FACE. THE MAP OF THE MIND DISCUSSED AT THE TABERNACLE. jtsv. Dr. Talmnco Soys tho Clmrncter of tho Counlenauco Ii n Mirror of tlu Soul. Most AVonderful of Ootl's Works. Brooklyn, Fob. 25. In tho Biook lyn Tnbcrnnclo this forenoon Rov. Dr. Tnlrango clioso for tho subject of his icrmon "Tho Huninn Fnco" nntl held iis gient nutlifinco fascinated with tho charm of his eloquence as he discoursed on a bubject of universal interest. Tho text was Ecclcsiastes viii, 1, "A rann's wisdom mnkoth his face to shine, and tho boldness of his faco shall bo chang ed," or, as it may bo rendered, "tho sourness of his faco shall bo sweetened." Tims a littlo change in our English translation brings out tho hotter mean ing of tho text, which sets forth that tho charaotor of tho faco is decided by the character of tho soul. Tho main features of onr countenanco woro decid ed by tho Almighty, and wo cannot change them, but under God wo decido whether wo shall have countenances benignant...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 28 February 1894

EYmmG CAPITAIi JOTJBITAIi, ,WrD2?ESIAY) FEBRTTAEY 28, 1884. w-v ft Stylish Book Cases Secretaries and Bldoboards at KELLER 5 SONS IV cm rdneed on entl Block, n. Wo bar the uorttnent. Dome and GOING OUT OP JIUBINE68 I will toll my entire stock fit Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIE8, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. ' Wallpiper from 10 tuSSo per double roll. JJ irdera from 8 to 10 cents per yard. Give mo a call. W, H. SAUGEANT T. li. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. d lJliilHIIMItf""l'Mmjlll!UIU.HHIHi' ' I.I' It IL ' Salem T. M 0. A. Program. The following la the list of entertain ments aud loctures to be given at tin Y. M. 0. A. rooms, during tbo month of March: March 2 Entertuinment of elocu tl in and music, given by Parvln and Brjwn, of Willamette university. Marob 7 Hon. D. P. Tbompson will deliver his lecture on "Turkey." Marob 9 and 10 -Dr. C. H. Chap man's lecture on "Engllnh Literature." Mtrcb 10 -Social by tbo Y. P. S. of C. E., of tbo Christian 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. — 1 March 1894

i . Sjf -J-. If f 1 Li ,J ' ' ' f ATrir-TivnrrnrcrrjTa THE I C T DAILY bC Ota a Month by Mall Prepaid In Advance jsjo papers sent -whn Time le Out. $3.00 a Year. Tlio Journal Has a Larger Olr 'dilation In Salem and Marlon County than anjr Salem nawepa pttrj Bee our Hit. HOFKIl IIBOB rublltiiers. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8ALBM, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH I, 194. DAILY 'EDITION. . NO. 48. '.. "Ifih.t CAPITAL JOURNAL, NEW HATS! NEW Mew - Furnishing - Goods QUALITY HI ! J HE BEST IN SEASON! AND OUT, We aim i-u i: -P Mnnrfomon's finnris can always make money by consulting our stock and prices. Brooks WE ARE NOT -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS A GOOD SUM OP It is toYOUit BEST US A A, Buren & Son., S. W. THOMPSON & Co., Always Keep on hand a large stock of loose and unmounted Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires and imported Opals. 2 21 Commercial Street. Ed. CHXJRCHIUL AND BURROUGHS TININNG AND PLUMBING. TUB wrtT T ATRTTE "m Completed and re...

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 March 1894

MM JSVSittiNJ CAPITAL JOVltXAL. THtTHSAf , MARCH i, io4. irgF'.'TTrfftV . 1 n m i M CAPITAL JOMAL. bt ra Cap't&r1 J&tirrial Publishing5 Company, I'nttoTlc B'oalc. Commercial BtreoU HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Ualljr, Oyfsairler.per month, Uallr, by mall, por year, Wee Iyf 8 pftMriryear - -tow -3.00 -U0 5,000 Ol'lhlO.NS WANTED. Tiir. JocimAt."wllI publish the oplnlomol Ave thousand men, or a, many more as will express themselves, aa to the best way to elect the next United BUtet Utnator from Oregon, whether (I) by opulM vMv(2)b)r Instrdctlns candidate to th legislature a to wtio they shall elect lor Senator, or (3) or by leaving It to tho legislature after it U elected? The re piles should notr eonUln- over 100 words, In cludlDeaddrenoI-wrlter.-and wiu be printed In the DAixr JorraSAis daring the-month of ilorch. Person writing can also- express toelr choice for Senator If they desire. Order Tiik Omh Ckm Daily daring-thai month. HOFEH'IilUW., Publishers, hbi em, Oregon SUUiJKSrK...

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 March 1894

. j? WifitlilM ttttmmmiraft-rtrttMmfmtm A COLORADO CONUNDRUM. Ihe legl.lature a,By Have to Ioctde tlio Pronunciation ir "Sallda." There is probably no town in the state ffhMe na .no is pronouncea m as many Afferent ways as . Sallda .It is usually prononnceu 10.10 njr.mutw, mongn jtoOran.1 porters have a habit of ab- treriating iiffl iwo, suouung as 1110 train goes piunKiiijr inw mo Biaiion, 'Slj-dal" Once in awhilo there is a braieman so Indifferent to Salida etiquette that he mil open tho car door nnd in a voice that sounds indistinct nbovo tho roar of the wheels yell, "Slide, 20 minutes for dinner!" and bang the door shut again, virile the mystified passengers begin to "slide," expecting tho roof of tho car to be bcraped off. Stransprs usually uso the straight pro nunciation, "Sa-li-da,"but the ultra aris tocratic try to get a Midway plaisanco twist to it and pronounce it "Sa-lee-da.'' Somoof tho Salidaites rather like this wid go ono better by giving it a Feiria wheel turn nnd 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. — 1 March 1894

i '' if$n&$ ft&fifAti WVMAb;WWVX,iMkti - KELLER S SONS 1 ,icc reduced on entl e Htock. tS. Wo have the assortment. Come and It TOEir &5Tb6i&EQTom. I I MiirH "fH Details 0f9axFootlnr-Hoyr Work Will Bo Done. "PERSONALS. iMff f Banker ArBasK s26nt Jyestenliiy In Portland. - v- ' " GOING OUT -::- FURNITURE, WALL PAPJSR, BABY BUGQTOgVJUtoOW-, r 8HADES, NOTIONS'and ALU. Wallpaper from 10 to35o per doable roll. Borders from 8 to 10 cent per yard. Give me a call. -::- W. 1L SERGEANT 3. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, BALEM. Or. dw 8C1IOOL BODNDAKY LlNKO. tJoUDtJ Bohool Buperiutendent J. B. Graham has changed the boundaries of tbnfol lowing school district: That of dis trict JJ2. Champoejr, and district No. 2, nnr fchamiji: territory was taken from the latter undadded to Nd, 8iJ,tbe; change placing oprtnin property .holdera near the school lu that district. Ter ritory was taken from No. 3 and added to No. 89. for the same reason. This Is Hayavllle. A half sec...

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 March 1894

. . rtfg.sjrar;: - .t,.7SS"'wSW!S?7?.T ".- -- '' if'. ii THE X O'T DAILY o Otm a Month by Mall pUo'ldm Advance F So Papers sent Virhen Tim. out- ,. $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS TJio Journal ha a Larger CI cutatlon In Salem and Marion County thnn any Salem newrpa per. Boo our llitl. nOFBB BKOB Fubllskeri. JOURNAL J xjljL 1 X jljljLj VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY., MARCH 2, b94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 49. V,.W,ii-?v--.5riSiMg 3gST -a 'LSSMifcSiE-sA. u FralLLLLDlBfliSiREEflLLW III! J will. ll' ill " . . i i fe lit) stff MiHhw men's '"V7l. I THE STAR 5 STAR brand of Ladies, Gents and Children's Shoes, cut through leather near the top of shoe, insures to the wearer that the shoe is made of the most reli able leather produced. Every boot or shoe bearing this trade mark' is fully warranted. -:- The New York Racket -:- Carries a full line of the above brand of Shoes at prices that cannot be duplicated on the coast. Our Ladies' fine Dongola Shoe for $2.00, fully warranted, is a speci...

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 March 1894

JlQiPfAL, JOliMAL. POfifJHHED PAILV, EXCWT 80WOAY, Capital Journal Publishing Company I'otloffloe H'octc. Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Uairy, bjrcairler, per month, IUII. by mull, er year,. JOK 3.00 weekly, a pages, per yoar,. BBJUJUim. -l-MS." MJ . u. 5,1)00 Ol'IMO.NS WAMUU. Tub JovnxA,h will publish tbo opinions of five thousand men, or as man more as will cxprtM themselves, as to the best way to elect tbo next United States' Senator from Oregon, whether (1) by popular rote, (2) by Instructing candidates to ttit legislature ss to who they shtUe'ecl for Henntor, or (3) or by leaving It to the legislature after It Is elected? Tbe re plies should not ootiUIn over 100 words, In cluding oddrewot writer, and will be printed In the Daily JouiurAb during lb month of March. Persons writing can also express tnelr choice for Senator If tboy desire. Order Tub Ojix OJSmt UAily during lhal month. HOFKK DtlOa., PubUsbers, j Bnlem, Oregon tiUOlitSTKU CUJIilKNT. Ouo thing, IBalem ha...

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 March 1894

HE WAS SILENT. ngt He Couldn't Stand It When Another Mnn Win Plnyod. A smooth looking young man np ..nrhed a passenger on an outgoing Chicago nnd Erie train tho other even- ins and Bam in au uuiiuuu wujr; "" Ann 1.111 . - J- "Have you u tu u juu iuu jjivu mo In eichango for smaller bills? I want to una h bwuj i" '" l miess so," replied tho passenger, a middle aged man, hauling out an old fashioned wallet ana proceeuxng to ex tract a twenty from it. The old came of flimflam, otherwise the short change racket, had reached this juncture when an athletic youth, who looked as if ho might be a prosperous vonng agriculturist, camo hurrying from the other end of the car and laid his hand on the operator's shoulder. "None of this, my friend!" ho said in a loud, menacing voice. "I won't stand bv and see you piny that old swindle on a man of his years! Don't you takoa cent of his money, or I'll firo you out through tho window, you contemptiblo scoundrel!" The nassencrers rose to their feet, th...

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 March 1894

n m l-X I& , - gggsatarz'..; awa asr jfejaKw.TBWwa3a SfyliMoWCases Secretaries ana Biaeooarus at KELLER 5 SONS Wiom reduced on eutl.e Htock. us. We have the assortment. Come and I GOING OUT -::- - vworruTvcoaf , Jaecember, JfiDlj at Portland Tj , SjSffSfflt V SauOs'chVrgeJl wlll cruel an. I will soil Ely entire Aleck at Cost, ; treatment of plaintiff aud FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGGIES? .WINDOW ' SHADES, NOTiONS'arfd AliLJ Wallpiper frota 10 to 5o per double roll. B irdere from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give Die a call. -::- W. M. SARGEANT f ralesi "Wv6rc Case. f Iff LITTLE LOCAL'S. Tlfn rnllnwlhci Tiien fromW Cor- .' - , - .Vallls papeandorfeM to Ernest fcat- i March 1 was a roaring lloiitlko day, torlln, once a resident of Salem: "A windlngthoeartb hereabouts In a enow suit for divorce lias been commenced shroud, to (be distress of robins, inead- by Ella Catterlin, formerly EllaThomp- ow larks and youn? clilcken, The ann, of Monroe, iigulust 8. E. Catterlin. Salem Had and Gun...

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 March 1894

hSM MSU-- - - THE X C T DAILY PrtfoPajr nt Vi.n. Time out' $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS The Journal lias Larger CIr dilution In Salem and Marlon County than any Salem newipn per. Bee our list. HQFEK BROS Vubllaliera. CAPITAL JOURNAL. 2T VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAJtCH 3, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 50. 4 . .-. j rfci JJsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBSiSIsbv itf H IB H EW NOVELTIE NEW HATS! NEW NECKWEAR! New - Furnishing - Goods PUT! HIGH ! PRICES LOW A. S. Brasfield k Co. Effffs! o DO THE BEST" STRAINS of Black Minorca, Browu Leghorn and Plymouth Hock Eggs for breeding, from select penB of the best fowls. Prices moderate quality considered. A few superior Brown Leg horn Hens for salo ut a bargain. Call or address J. J. MILLER, 25th street, near State POLITICS WORLDS Gladstone Has Tend ered Resignation. As the Premier of the New Cabinet. TO GET NO MORE FREE SEEDS. Must Stand in with Conpressmen ' to Get Them. IN SEASON! AND OUT, We aim to keep in stock everything in the li...

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 March 1894

WI A;aatfi: Kr-xrTT'W '' -&sz. .iw.ii ik'kCifo.iHiimMM.ri'Tll tfwli,'rti)'i"f' ""ll"Oi'ftTVj1''aijrvA TUP CM'M' JOIMAL. - GENERAL GREENLEAF, . ' j He Knows No Equal of Paine's Celery There" is Hope FOR Fdr every one whri lias blood tronble, no mattet In Wliat shapo or how long standing, provided none of tho vital organs 'bate been so far Im paired as to render a euro Impossible. 8. 8. B. Roes to the root of the disease, and remotes the catrsei tiv exnrlliiii? the tiolson from the body, and . ' V PUBLlHHKO DAIISf, KXCKIT BUNDAY, . HT tub , Capital Journal Publishing Company 1 Mto'Hoe D'oclc. Onmmercl&l Btrect. HOFER BfiOTHERS, - - - Editor. Italljr, by ca'rler, per month,. Dally. br mall, t-er year...... Weekly, 8 pages, per yen r JO.UT .8.00 5,000 J-UI..HLU. 1. J-J-'l-L- OPINIONS WAN ft I). Tiiie Journal will publish the opinions of five thousand men. or as nluny more as will tipmi themselves, US' U the beat way to elect the next United BtnteJ Benator from Oregon, -whether (...

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 March 1894

iiVMi'MeSlKS - An Important Statemnt by a Weil-Known Citizen. jif. E. J- Powell Relates His Remarkable Experience to an Advertiser Repre sentative Tortured by Malig nant Rheumatism From Boy-hbod-Hfl at' Last Kb capes From Agony. A Story "Full of dope lor Oth er Suffer ers. (From tho London, (Ont.) AdvertUor.) At 33 Alma street, South London, lUes Mr. E. J. Powell, a gentlemou who ban resided In London and vicin ity for ttbout six years. Ho uas beeu a offerer since his youth with rheuma tUrn iu Its worst form, but now the wg-iril fttCe aud almcwt crippled form of a year ago have given away to an appearance of health and vigor. Hearing of this a reporter called on Mr. Powoll aud asked him to relate his experience. "The drat time I really felt any rheu matic trouble," said Mr. Powell, "was la 1872. A twinge of pain caught me, but passed away In an instant. I did not know what it was. After that I as attacked at various periods, and iu 187fi I bRan to grow alarmed. In 1878 I suil'ured f...

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

igffUBsiaa&g;ifs J", i k i rfcr.' w : " fc t A r"- mw - rf. j aVidCa W ESTZZ3T Sfyiish Book Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at KELLER & SONS 1,jci roduced on entire Btoclt. Come and ui . We have the assortment. GOING OUT -::- OF MJBINJ339 I will noil my entire 'Stock at Coat, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, J1AUY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOT IONd and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double roll. Borders from 8 to 10 cents per yard. Give mea call. ,-::- W. M. SARGEANT EASTERN OHEQ0N ASYLUM. The Injunction Proceedings Before Judge Burnett. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. EMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dw Grangers in SosBion- De'egafes from each of the numerous county granges mot nt grauge hall at 10 a. m., with Buleru grange to elect delegates from Marlon county to the state grange which moats at Eugene next May. Tbo storm kept many away but forty or fifty of our best agricultur al people were present when Muster T. B. Stump called to order and the grange sat with closod doors. TIIK CON...

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 March 1894

(-wpi iwnnjypr' X C T DAILY ADYERTISEES The Journal ha a tArgor CIr cnlntlon In Balom and Marlon County than any Ralcm newipa per. Bee our lists. HOFER DROS Publishers. L ivfontli by Mall JOURNAL kid in -Advance XxjlJLj , papers . ---, out. R3.00 a Year. )L. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 5U. CAP! NEW NOVELTI NEW HATS! NEW : :w - Furnishing - Goods IllUn HP! EASOM! AND OUT. We aim to I line of Sportsmen's Goods, ! S. Brasfield & Co. ggs ! i always muKts uiuutry uy wuuwuguui oivwi auu r Brooks E ARE NOT - FOR lr general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it IMMANDS su It is to YOUR BEST US A i. Buren & Son,, I. W. THOMPSON & Co., I Always Keep on hand a large diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires 221 Commercial Street. i mm ii hsbhsibbbssb mmmmtm Ed. C. CHURCHILL AND BURROUGHS TININNG AND TUB wtt.t.amETTE STABLES Completed and ready to wait on customers. Horse boanled by daj ji week t reasonable price. We keep a full...

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 March 1894

timqmwfw- 'iV -. Lw TIMI'l'ML JAMIL ffi ?I s. ' 1 , i- ,!,,, . v ruBuiatLKU vjyi.ii, jiAU.ri duiwai, 4 nr THK Cipitar Jfiffrtfal Publishing Company r.wtoffloe li'ock. Commercial BtrceU HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. lutly, by carrier, per jnontb,., Weekly, 8 page), pr year,. .W 60 aoo . I.C0 sae JLUHUUI! I . 1 1 AJ - L G.OOO OPINIONS WANThU. TUB JouiihAl will putIIh the opinion of flvo thousand men, or an many more m will expreu themselves, as to the bcst way to elect the next UulWdBtnlo Bonalor from Oregon, Whethor(l) by popular Vole, (2J by Instructing candidates to the legislature s to who they hU elect tor Senator", or (S) or by leaving It to the legislature nftcr 11 Is elected? The re plies ehould not contain over 100 words, In cluding address ol,wrlter, and Will bo printed In the UAtr,r Jotxaw Ar during the month of March. Persons writing &nIAo expreu ttielr cbolce for BuatorIf yioy desire. Order Tllie Onk Ckht DAILY during Hint month. ilOKKlt llltOS.; Vubthliers, Haloin, Oreg...

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 March 1894

&asmmimmaamm 9E9EEH BABY'S THROBBING HEAD. L Doctor, to Ills Credit, nlil Not'Laugh . '... i,.i1i.t's Vears. .was a commotion inn Iioubo- ld ,!Li,mnrl now baby, tho only f..L!mffl in tho Nuwod fjntUO nr...anf liarlntinir V .i,rvns lookincr for Bomo Portion of its pink anatomy to fr.iinwPfibvahvstenc- "?? ... lm'iir. while tho servants 'i sent iu breathless search for An family doctor. .-" -"" & - i! nhysician entered tho room, tho !lr woman was walking to and fro Cone distracted, pausing now and fe. s1'-r ;VV; s lUnTi rim I I'liic xu 111 a - wm v-w lno her nervous tread, weeping ujd wringing UUV"'.. "Oh doctor I My poor baby 1 Save jjm if you can! But I know you (can't. Oh, mypoorcunu. r,..fitrn minutes or more this con tinued in spite of tho physician's ef- forto to learn wnm .vas tne wanw. '. .,vnminr(l tiu child, saw nothing .L.iormnvmirlv ailed it. and at last, (nth patience almost gone, insisted on an explanation. Composing her lf a little, tho frightened mother finally...

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 March 1894

V Sfylisb'Bobk Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at ' ' KELLER & SONS l'rttxa reduced on eDtt'e Block, Come and u. We have tbe assortment. ANNUAL, SOHOOL MEETING. Not' Largely Attondsd, but Happily Consummated Good Resolutions. I VAEIOUS EOAD MOVEMENTS GOING OUT -::- . oFBuaiNKda I will sell my eniite Btock al Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGQrEd,-WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS auduVLL. Wallpaper from 10 to 3.5c per double roll. Borders from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give tnejacall. W. M. SARGEANT J. L. MITCnELIi & CO., Insurance, HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM. Or. dw mi 1 1 Aoenot Wantkd: To canvas everj neighborhood in the counties of Mur lon, Yamhill, Polk, Benton and Ltnu, for the " Wo'rldVtCoiigreN of Iloligipn,." a book desired by every thinking per son, selling by thousands In the east. Big money for agents. Send for circu lars or COc for prospectus. Q, M. Pow ers, Gen'l. Agent, Salem, Oregon. 222, Are you a dyspeptic or an economist ? If either, there is a happy relief for you. Lard...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
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