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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 7 March 1894

Tlltf I C'T DAILY n cis n Month by Mail Prepuld In Advance No Papers sent whun Time la Out. $3.00 a Year. ADVBltiSEHS The Journal liai a larger Olr culntlon In Salem and Marlon County than any Salem nawspa per. Bee our lists. nOFER HROS l'ubllahera. LAP 11 AJL VOL. 1. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 53. JOURNAL. KmSms K REIT'S IMik SHOES. -:- The New York Racket Carries a full line of the abeve brand of Shoes at prices that cmnot 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, undei wear 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. dw N. SEASON! AND OUT, We aim to keep in stock everything the line of Sportsmen's Goods, Arms and Ammunition. 1 can always make money by consulting our stock and prices. rooks WE AR NOT -FOR- Our gener...

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 March 1894

ttMHfc TIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. r , k i , , i mi iwina i iii i ruiKiama) bAimf, except sunday. BY HB rital Journal Publishing Company Poatortlce D'ock. .Commercial Street. HOfER BROTHERS, - - - Editon. illy, by parrler, per inoulli,. 0.M , 3.UU 1.60 ikji page, per year,. iir. or 'funu, per yrair- ne SUaOESTEI) COMMENT. Confusion may follow fusion. Tbe ladles all like the little Onk Cent JAiiiV. : ' Bemeuiber tho road convention Bat- trday. ' Try the barapalgn dally by mall four ionths-122a.Y for $1.00. Goneral Compsou's polltloiil prlncl jplea do not seem to be fir tbe market. You can eeuie this associated prerh (dally for 25 cuuln it month. General Comrmou la a bravo man t- ftecklo tbe fusion hydra single-handed The plan of liiivhin all candidate publish a card at $5.00 each is a goo one for the newspapers More Salem people uro subsorlblw for tbe JuUHNAIj tbuu ever before. I its the strongest where it Is best known The country is weary of the "n Bquorutn" farce iu the homo, and set tat...

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 March 1894

ATONQIJEEOE ftTALMAOE PUTS OLD TRUTHS IN A ritv -...-. I k1le Sermon run .01 - " r" liprM Ant Metaphors and Killuitratlons-A Sermon For the Lrtttrl'"' W, March 4.-rrom tno star- eof the texi ciioseu uy ty, j-.. r.. in i,k sermon in tno urooKiyn MJO - W ' -... 1 lurr In Mm Ti. .na unf'.riLiiitriikuA ut.j ... w.w - -- - iJCie. ,-) fnnloTtllo. ,-christ tue ' - "i' ,rrj.r n.:. i'-xr":: - n!,Ml,-this that is glorious in his P, traveling in tho greatness of his tho Bee how faint he lookal Thero theblood Btarts, and thcro, ami there, ami there. If ho is to havo ic-tuforcemrnts, let him call tin m up low. No; ho must do this 1 work alone nlono. Ho is dying. Feel 1 for yourself uf tho wrist; tho pulso is j feebler. Feel under the arm; thowannth is less. Ho is dying. Aye, they pro nounce him dead. And jnst at that mo ment that they pronounced him dead ho rallied, and from his wounds ho un sheathed a weapon which staggered tho Roman legions down the hill and hurled tho satanic battalions into ...

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 March 1894

- IPJ H S3 w II V 4l t V Stylish Book Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at KELLER 5 SONS 1 ncea reduced on entl e Stock, u. We have the assortment. Come and GOING OUT -::- OF BUdlNEdS I will sell my entire stock ut Coht, FURNITURE, WALT PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 tu3To per double roll. Borders from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give mejacall. . -;:- W. M. SAHGEANT J. L. MITCHELIi & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM, Or. LOOAL CALENDER. dw March 10, Saturday Marlon county road convention, Salem. March 12, Monday Annual school meetings. . March 14, Wednesday Democratic primaries In Marion county. March 10, Friday Marlon county Republican primaries. March 20, Tuesday Marlon Demo eratlo county convention. March 21, Wednesday Marlon Re publican county convention. April 6, Thursday Polk county Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republican count convention at Dallas to elect state am) district delegates. ..... April 0, Monday First district 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. — 8 March 1894

TILE I C T DALLY 05 Cts a Month by Mall prepntd In Advance NoPopera sent -when. Time lo Ovit. $3.00 a Year: ADVERTISERS Th Jonrnut fc a Ljt Ctr ruUtlon In Salrm and Xarioa County than ntyr SJm nwp rr. S our list. UOFER ItKOI TAL JOURNAL m ribllhr. 6 Pl 108 VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, TELTJUSDAY, MARCH 8, 1694. DAILY EDITION. NO. 54. CAP! :NEW NOVELT a NEW HATS! New - Furnishing - Goods PflT HIGH ! PRICES LOW ! A. IN SEASON! Brasfield k Co Eggs! dw QjQD 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. DISGUSTED! - FOR - Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS A GOOD SUM OF It is to YOUE BEST INTEREST TO PAY US A VISIT. A. Buren & Son., 300 Commercial St S. W. THOMPSON & Co., , Always Keep on hand a lavae stock of loose and unmounted Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires and imported Opals. 221 Ed. CHURCHILL B...

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 March 1894

,yv- .gTVe'Pr" I lh IP' m l 3 OT CAPITAL JOUHUL irUUUHUKO UAILY, KXOKPX HUNIM.V, r TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company X'ostomoe Block. .Commercial Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editors. Dally, by carrier, jwr month, Dally, by tuoll, per year, 3.on WeeKiy, b pages, per yenr, 1.(0 mi.mnmimiii u-ti-i; i SUGGESTED C03IMEM. We are after roads Just now. Reads ure not What they should be. Clovelund audiiill are a thousand tulles apart and still going. It is going to take the beat efforts of all Republicans to resist fUMon. Givo us better roads or give us death to the present system. i The stale boueo and Marlon county Republicans Is two separate things. The Populists should not Pauperis! If they would win, become A state board of calfweanera posed by a Kansas Populist. is pro Political colllus were in great demanri at Seattle with six tickets In thojleld. It will be Urcsham or Whitney but McKluloy will tan tho jacket of either. Tlio county needs an unqualllled (lose of old-fushloucd Republ...

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 March 1894

A RtMARKASLE PIGEON He tired on Itoant Ship For Thlrtythree i'r ami XeTer Strayed A;. In 1S61 Captain Newbury, now of Oak land, ran ont of New York in the ship Jlary Jane and anchored at Norfolk on April 10. With the night came the news that Virginia had gone out of the Union, and the captain hove anchor and pre pared to run for it, fearing the confisca tion of his ship. .Inst as the vessel was nnder way, when the first hint of the momins wis tireawng ine Macs or me ssy, a pigeon. rjigtaaa tbe dake, manrnss H Tfc smnt with the wanderings of the night, cooat and baron. fVtercd above the ship and alighted The title of arxraPew. ImhedJo' tvu a yard. It was secured without ' the rak.-4 o? tk. ir- , n i uiJknitv, From that time until a few days ago, dnuag a life of nearly 33 years, it never a' tempted another flight and lived mate less, unclassified and lone. Captain Newbury made a pet of the bird, which bad mauy of the markissrs of a long distance pigeon, but which was unlike any other ...

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 March 1894

- r :jw BttfWTfSZgm? Stylish Book Cases Secretaries and BIdeboards at KELLER & SONS 1 ,ice reduced on cntl'o Hlock. Come and ui. Wo have the amortineut. GOING OUT -::- OF BUSINESS I will sell my entire stock at Coat, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW ' 8HADE3, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35o per double roll. Borders .from 3 to 10 cents per yard. pive nie;acull. W. M. SARGEANT J. li. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, BALEM, Or. dw LOOAL CALENDER. March 10, Saturday Marlon count roid convention, Salem. Marcb 12, Monday Annual bcIioo) meetings. March 14, WedneHday Democratic primaries In Marlon county. March 10, Friday Marlon counl. Republican primaries, Marcb 20, Tuesday Marlon Demo emtio county convention, March 21, Wednesday Marlon Re publican county convention. - April 6, Thursday Polk county Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republican county convention at Dallas to elect state and district delegates. April 0, Monday First district con gress...

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 March 1894

yw-w -. TILE I C'T DAILY 26 Cts a Month by Kf all Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent vhn Time la Out. $3.00 a Year. CAPITAL JOURNAL ADVEItTISEBS Tim Journal has ft larger Ctr cuUlton in Salem and Marlon County thnn any Salem newt pa lrr. See nur llnta. nnrm nnni ft 1'uMUhcrs. JBBpiBpMBpBWBpHKpp I n n r p, tj p 1 1 njr jP iL 1 VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON, FKLDAY, ATAKCH 9, l$94. DAILY EDITION. fiMHBh SHOES 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. (WASHINGTON LEGISLATURE. Several Instances of ficials High Of- NO. 55. BEGGING OFFICES FOR THEIR SONS. -:- The New York Racket -:- Games 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. "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. — 9 March 1894

' s. Oufc THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. rUBMHHEU DAILY, KXCKPT BUMDA , Capital -JdlJrnal Publishing Company I'oetofflo Hlook. '.Commercial Street. HOf ER BROTHERS, Editors. iMlly, by cairler, per mouth, iMUy. by muU, per year, -jo no , 3UU MO weekly, pagoe, ,w;r fam 8UGUK8TED COMMENT. Of COUVBO BOUp. free trade Includes free Let's Btluk to It till roads. we have belter The Wilson bill it) still not out of the bands of the committee In the soutte. Mall orders are coming from all parts of Oregon (otTnn One Crsv Daily. A Democratic club has been organiz 1 at Dallas. The Oregon Democrats are not all fusion Cuckoos. There would be Utile need of putting God In the constitution If people would put more of Him Into Jhelr lives. The people ure gradually sustaining The One Cknt Daily with their sub ecrlptlons. The political orators who talk of set tling great reforms by resort to arms w- rule shed more wind than blood. At 26 cts, a mouth prepaid by mall The One Cent Daily Is cheap enough oven for a Po...

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 March 1894

5- ' PERSONAL GOSSIP. W. W. Porter, tho newly elected presi dent of the Pennsylvania Scotch-Irisb society, Is ono of the beat known nml most popular members of tho Philadel ihiabar. M. Ponset, the founder of several noted r -inking places in Paris, who died re i -nily benncathed about $200,000 to the Id oldest customers of his first establish ment whose patronage caused his snc cis The Earl of Lovelace, whose death jit 8S occurred recently, was a direct de scendant of Henry VIE He was' an en gineer, an nrchitect, a landscape garden er and was tho husband of Byron's only child Mr, Gladstone had 20,000 books in his libiary three years ago. Ho has given nwst of them away, chiefly to tho gener al library at Hawrde!i church. Ho cl.ums to be able i park more books in a given space than any man ho knows. Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson, tho English physician, who is always giving people in general sound advice about their health, puts little f.iith in most complaints of overwork. Ho works 80 ...

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 March 1894

frtjW'ttM IW ' WflBSP" i 'iWiww.rvw. -- ISE ffcWTT- J i IH,"- TilUfMrHBh i"fl iff'ii V 14 Stylish Book Cases BecreUirtea and Sideboards at KELLER & SONS Vtlce reduoed on entire Block. Come and us. We have the assortment, GOING OUT -::- : OP BUSINESS I will Bell my entire Btock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to85o per double roll. Borders..from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give me;a call. w, ii. mm J. I. MITOILELIi & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dv LOOAL CALENDER. Maroh 10, Saturday Marlon countj road convention, Salem. March 12, MondayAnnual school meetings. March 14, Wednesday Democratic primaries In Marion county. March 10, Friday Marlon eouutj Republican primaries. March 20, Tuesday Marlon Demo cratlo county convention. Maroh 21, Wednesday Marlon Re publican cdunty convention. April 6, Thursday Polk county Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republican countj convention at Dallas to elect state ano...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 10 March 1894

TILE I C T DAILY' 26 Ota a. Month by Nf all Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent whan Time Is Out. $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS JOURNAL IjArl JL JOlI ' The Journal hag it JrNfj) dilation In Salem unci Marios 1 County than nny Salem aewtmtl per. Bee our lists. HOFEIt BK08J aaflV Publisher. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCII 10, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 56. NEW NOVELT NEW HATS! New - Furnishing - Goods QUALITY HIGH ! Fishing Tackle! :-: New line just received. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 5o each. Elegant new line of Baby Carriages at viry low prices. No trouble to show goods. Brooks &l Salisbury, WE ARE NOT - FOR Our general Stock of FURNITUBE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS As PATRONAGE. It is to YOUfi. BEST US A A. Buren & Son., S. W. THOMPSON & Co., Always Keep on hand a large stock of loose and uuraounted Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires and imported Opals. 221 Commercial Street. Ed. C. -...

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 March 1894

m i t p? I- W !'-' i s- Sfr . ). B Jr fl THE CAPITAL JOUffiL. POBL.IHUKD DAILY, KXOKW HUNUAY, BT TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company I'oitofflce lll6clc. ;CommerclM street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editors. iwlly, by carrier, per months -JO.60 3.0U Uti Weekly, 8 pagea, per yenr,. y"l' ' "'in i i J - a SUGGESTED COMMENT. The Oregoulan seems to want D. P. Thompson for governor. Tho party hues are not :going to be dravn on ascool election. The political scheming that Is going on Ib for the next eight years. Either MrT'ord or Mr. Geer, for governor, will suit Marlon county Re publicans. There Is but little doubt as to there suit If It were Fusion Compsou against Republican Thompson. The Populists of Marlon county art said to covet almost any nomlnutlou, more that of Sheriff. The fuslonwill be Compsou and Pierce, or Plerco and Compaon ou the head of the ticket. J. L. Calvert, of Hubbard, will be in tho Republican county convention for representative with a strong backing. Salem will have...

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 March 1894

JjftsSS A HARD WIND. And the Man Who Told It Never Cracked a Smile. Tho rann with the whisk broom goatee crossed his legs and remarked: "I never seed such wind as wo had in jhe state of Kansas last summer." "Blow your barn away?" asked tho landlord sympathetically. -Not much. Barn blowed into tho nest county last April." "House, inebbe?" "Lost tho house long in June. Kited over east about three miles and lit iu Cherry creek. Didn't mind that so much." ho continued. "Got 'em back and anchored 'em again all right, but along about July 1 wo got to havin real breezy weather." Tho landlord said nothing, and tho group around tho hotel stove prudently followed his example. "The Oth day of lust July," continued tho btranger after a reflective pause, "there come up the doggondest wind I ever t.ee in tho state of Kansas. When it began to blow, my bantam rooster was just flappin his wings to crow." "Did it blow the crow out of him?" in quired tho stableman jocosely. "Gentlemen," said the man w...

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 March 1894

i b If 1 T mi c p.fi n ,Mlr . A'' ' W f ;Mff. fr Stylish Book Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at KELLER & SONS Prices reduced on entire Htock. ui. We have the assortment. Come and GOING OUT -::- OF BUSINESS I will sell my entire stock at Coat, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUOGIEd, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double roll. JJordersJJfrom 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give Bie!a call. TOE BRESSLER SUICIDE. Result of the Doctors' Investigation. HIS WIFE'S SOSROWFDL NARRATION. Session of the Coroner's Jury Con tinued Today. W. M. SARGEANT J. L. SOTCIIELIi & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dw LOCAL OALENDEB. March 12, Monday Annual schooj meetings. March 14, Wednesday Democratic primaries in Marion county. March 10, .Friday Marlon county Republican primaries. March 20, Tuesday Marlon Demo cratio county convention. March 21, Wednesday Marion Re publican county convention. April 6, Thursday Polk county Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republ...

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 March 1894

ADVERTISERS The Journal has a larger Cir culation In Salotn nnd Marlon County thnn any Salem newpa nor. Boo our list. HOFER BROS TUB I C T DAILY JOURNAL ok cts o Month by Moll S,6 Vfld in Advance Pr0& "pape r ent NVh.n Time s -ui. T s:;,00 n Year. ' fl l'uMlslicrii. VOL. DAILY EDITION. SALRlVf, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. 57. 1-A pit 4 1 -Hliik l jJ r LI .AJ..J JilHlEgiElm. -- - 7. TUllniiiVnnl PnrJnt SURPRISE I neiiew l OiKndlKCl kiwm rosbbbrrt HAS JU8T Received a fine line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Dongola and other grades of Shoes. Our ladies' dongula shoe at $2.00 is a special bargain. We Avant to call your attention to our stock of ladies and misses' Oxford ties. They can't be beat for prices or quality We have also a full line of men's and boys' shoes made by the The Brown Shoe Co., of St. Louis, All better grades fully warranted. You will be surprised at our very low prices on men's and boys' hats, pants, ovoralls, jumpers, knee pants, gents'...

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 March 1894

4JWll.J" UWrt-- EK fi- t I fr ! .1 THE CINflL JOI'MjIL. P0B1A8UED DAILY, KXCKIT BUA'DAY, bt the Capital Journal Publishing Company VoitoOlo) Wock.'.CorameretAl Street TAXATIO.V AXD TDE FEE SrSTEM. HOFER BROTHERS, - EdtUrx. Itelly, by carrier, per inootb Ially. by mall, per year, neeKiy, paM, per yr, Ja -WW 140 r sucoEsnm comment. . The roads are full offimion cuckoos' In Oregon. Growing, growing, Ose Cent Daily. growing, Tjib The Ohio leglclature ha dlfpemed with services of a ciujdaiu. The hard time are teaching the peo plo.the necsi'Mily if ref mns. The 1'opuiht COtlVellllon Kurallmtfr! the road convention Kiiorday. The stale convention of the People's party meets a! Orcj-m City iicxt Tues day. . That man hy the unuv of Cleveland Ju the Populist own vm linn did not w ear the budge. The only Jewelry UjjI some men wear the9o good old Democratic day lh a Cleveland badge. QkMMir1IHiLI President Gallowuy Id brlntrlmra new JIfe and vitality into the nearly defunct atato boprd of agricul...

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 March 1894

st fvm; RAISED ON THE OLD PLANTATION. rornifr Slims United In Mnrrlup; After n Si-piiiiitlun fTiciitj-(ho Yeuri. Two ox-slavoH who had not scun citch other for 2A years were married vcsl'er day by Magistrate B. F. Camp" The principals were John Thompson, uged 85 years, and Kitty Owens, aged 70. Be fore tho lato war both were slaves in the family of Mr. George Girding, who owned a largo plantation in Mnvn-nr, county, Tenn. At that timo Thompson was looked upon as an old man, while the woman was called "mammy" by the children in the family. After the two slaves were made free by the war thoy went out in different di rections to make a livelihood. Tho man decided to follow tho river, and he se cured a place in the ditiincr room nf steamboat. Ho continued at this until several months ago, when he retired. Thompson had saved enough money to keep him in comfort for the rest of his days. Ho looked up some of his chil dren, now living in Louisville, but found that they did not take any inte...

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 March 1894

'P-TZFF3W'" ,4bi V i p. , !,. tf Stylish Book Cases BecreUriea and Sideboards at KELLER 5 SONS Price reduced on entlo BUtelc. im. We have the aswrttaeut. Cojie and GOING OUT-::- OF JllWINK-M I will Bell my entire stooK at Cost, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGGIEd, WINDOW BHADE3, NOTIONd and ALL. ' Wallpaper from 10 to 33o per double roll. Borders JJfrom 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give BO call. nr ti (i i iifiin ii -::- w. n m J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO. nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM. Or. dw TOE POPULISTS CONCENTRATE being no choice another ballot was re quired. A motion was then made that Mr. W?eks be declared elected; It car ried and Mr. yeeks thioke 1 the con vention for the compliment prenled him. Ballottlng for choice of Ave represen- tat Ives Ui the legislature came next. Tbe count resulted aa follews: J. B. COUNTRY DELEGATES IN CONTROL Stump 18, B. Coleman GO, W. Culver 3, T. C. DavIdon 20, J. P. Robertson 8, Anil Nominate a Complete Coanty Ticket. People's Party of Slnrion County i...

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