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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 13 March 1894

' W rfTF-- (CAPITAL "j 'JOUR DAILY ADVERTISERS Xii I ,. I T1, oirii.i linn n V. ' L Q dilution In Hiilism : L .WL i County Minn any Hnl 3 Si H il l,rr- Beo our ,ls,- lu -L- --- - 1 A' fuiillihon. off cts a Month by Mull vrepuJcJ In advance No Papers sent -vvtitri Time Is Out. liiircer Olr- unit .Marlon HulCin nowipa IIUL'KK UKOB r:j.00 a lcar. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SAXEIYI, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, i4. DAILY" EDITION. NO.58. u Nothing Kits a Man so Well as 'His Slcin,". Noxt to tliat is wmmk IIICLOT i See Samples in the Window. New Spring Novelties. All Prices Low. Fishing Tackle! New line Just received. 20 gross of celebrubted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 6o each. Elegant new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to snow Brooks & Salisbury. WE ARE NOT DISGUSTED! -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS A GOOD SUM OF PATRONAGE. mnn L n Spite of Government Opposition THE HOUSE - OF COMM...

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 March 1894

rii F. k- rL ' to U TAB CAPim JOURSAL, PUBLISHED DAILY, KXCKPT BUWDAY. BTTITJI Capital Journal Publishing Company rostoOee Block. OnmmercUl Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - Editor. Dally, by carrier, per months vain Wee Uallr.br mall, per year, ewy.l -JOM , pages, per year,. .30? 1.W EASY TO GET .NOMIX.ITEH. Tbe Populists are very much pleaded with tbe way tbo iuitiatlve and refer endum worked Saturday. Following verges wen composed by an enthus iastic People' party man: Weoonld gel no nomination By bock, crook, or bcdauLl.oa; gowe'tegotnpan Intention Tkat's tore core or prevention. We're got the ofiloMceklng tcb, Ancf we're folng to cinch the rich; The referendum Inlliatam, la the way we now gel at 'em. Jiyttn people' ultimatum, And plenty of dispntatnm, y& system preferential. We get all thit la essential. Even Boarick the dublr-ender. With bis flat legnlf nd-r Kitty dollar per cspitnm, Oonld get there by re erencnm W NERVE DEATHS The Number Growing at a Frightful Rate. The Proportio...

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 March 1894

BEWARE OF SOUTH AFRICA. One V.'lm Han Trlril It Hny It In No riacn Tor Man In Sent of Work. I ni!"l from London Jnn. CO, 1893, for Cui Town, returning the latter part of 1H). mil ww only tno f.'lxid when I readied tho States again. Miners think ing of going to Johannesburg would do better by staying ar. home, even if times pre very quiet here. Tho average of n inern liii iir; in Ope Town is about. 10 weekly, and they aro nearly all from England. They nearly all branch out for Johannesburg, and naturally the em ploy ei 3 prefer an Engliohman before an American, and j'ou will find this in all branches of business, professional or otherwise. The colored people do all tho laborious work in the mines, and as for tho positions tho white man would tako I suppose there are about 50 wait ing for one opening. A good miner can earn 25 a week, and I think a good miner can earn more here, and then again ho can livo considerably cheaper lieio. He would havo to pay for board in Johannesburg about ...

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 March 1894

im.ltUmurrKr. m It S-W ' ,(i -. . -iS -P 3 mz '1 Stylish Book Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at KELLER & SONS FJces red need on entl -e Htock. tu. Wo have the assortment. Come and GOING OUT OF iJUtiINE;J3 I will eell my entire stock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALLPAPEK, " BABY BUGGIES. WHS'DOW BHADEd, NOTIONd and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 33c per double roll. BordersJ.ffoni 3 to 10 cent8 p yard. Give mejacnll. -::- W. M. shows th it the property as Inventoried was valued at tlSO. The total dis bursed was II IP. This will also bo heard at the same time. The final account of John Hartman, deceased, has been filed with the county clerk. Charles Hartmnn Is the executor. On April 14th, at 1 o'clock, the accounts will bo heard. Salem School Election Adam Oh mart will be the new member of Salem's board of education fortbe ensuing five years. Three hundred aud ninety -eight votes were cast. The pl! were opened at 2 o'clock In the four polling places and closed at 0. The board of education no...

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 March 1894

V t-XV- jf $ THE I C'T DAILY 25 Ct Month by IVTall prepaid In Advano Mo Papers sent whn Time lf Out. S3.00 a Year. j A r 1 X AJu JOURNAL. ADVERTISERS The Journal tins n Largor Cir culation In Salem nuit Marlon County than nny Sulotn nowspa r. Boe our lists. HOlMIIt JJROB I'liblUhern, VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNSIAY, MARCH 14, 1S94. DAILY EDITION. TheNewYorkRacket HAS JUST Received a fine lineof Ladies, Misses and Children's Donola and other grades of bhoes. Our ladies' dongula shoe at $2.00 is a special bargain. We want 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 BRAZIL RESTS IN PEACE. The Revolution Ended Da Oama Surrenders. NO. 59. 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, overalls, jumpers, knee pants, gents' laundried and unlaundried...

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 March 1894

& s pt - F THE C1P1TAL JOERML ' PCfBUHHED DAILY. EXCOT SOOTT. BTTBX Capital Journal Publishing Company FtwtoSM Block- JJotamereUJ KreU rrK -- f WJJ HOFER BROTHERS, - Edftea. Unr.t7 carrier, per month, Dallr, by null, per year, Weekly, f pse, per yr lOSJ . . L3J SOT A BAD IDEA. Another fanny feslarewasthesp'ecb of the nominee for county treasurer, in which he pledged blmswlf that if elect ed he would not deposit any of the county funds In any bank, but would "provide other means of keeping it safe." He did not eay whether he would hide it in a sock, carry it In hfe pocket, or would loan it out to tbe pec- pie. Aioany neraiu. Themsn probably wanted the people to understand that be did not propose to handle the public funds tbe way tbey have been handled in mnny of the counties of the state. There la every reason wby tbe Populists should propose a better method of eaft-SeepIng for taxes, even to biding them In a sock. Public moneys have disappeared yery rapidly the past few years I...

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 March 1894

MOMENTOUS TJIIELES. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES AN IN TERESTING SERMON IN MOBILE. . "Unappreciated Services" Taken nil tlio Subject of the Text Little Thing of Grout Ilcsults N'othltic Is Insignificant. The lriio In n Itnslict. Mobile, Mnrch 11. Rov. T. Do Witt ralmngo, D. D., who is now visiting tho louth, selected as tho subject of today's cermon "Unappreciated Services," tho test being taken from II Corinthians xi, B3, "Through n window, in n basket, was I let down by tho wall." Damascus is a city of white and glis tening architecture sometimes called "the eyo of the east," sometimes called "a pearl surrounded by emeralds," at ono timo distinguished for swords of tho best material, called Damascus blades, and upholstery of richest fabric, called dam neks. A horseman of tho natno of Paul, rid ing toward this city, had been thrown from tho saddle. Tho horso had dropped under a flash from tho sky, which at tho samo timo was so bright it blinded tho rider for many days, and I think so ...

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 March 1894

1 ,: K: r & I m fS "H. -. J- . - U f" ,r Stylish Book Cases Secretaries and Sideboards at KELLER Zt SONS Prices reduced on entire Btock. ui. We bare the assortment. Como and GOING OUT -::- OF BUSINESS v ' I will sell my entire Btock at Cost,' FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, -BABY BUGGIE8, WINDOW -SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL, Wallpaper from 10 to 35o rer double roll. Bordereljfrom 3 to 10 cents per ;yard. QlvomeHacall. f." W J. SWEANT J. !L. MITCHELL & CO.1, Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dw LOCAL CALENDER. March 14, Wednesdays-Democratic primaries in Marion county. March 10, Friday Marion county Republican primaries, , .,..,. March 20, Tuesday Marion Demo cratic county convention. March 21, Wednesday Marlon Re publican county convention. 'April 6, Thursday Polk county Re publican primuries. April 0, Friduy Republican county convention at Dallas to elect statu and district delegates. April 0, Monday First diHtrict con gressional convention ut Salem. April 11, Wednesday Republican sta...

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 March 1894

THE I C T DALLY as Ota a Month by XU Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent -vvncn Time Is Out. $3.00 a Year. ADVERTISERS The Journal lias a Larger Clr dilation in Sntom nnil Marlon County thnn any Snlom notvspa lor. Boo our lUts. HOFER IUIOS l'libllslicm. JOURNAL. .X jlIJLJ VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. GO. CAPI "Nothing Kits a Man so "Well as His Skin," Noxt to that is BRASFIELD"STAILORMADECLOTHING See Samples in the Window. All New Spring Novelcies. Prices Low. Fishing Tackle! :-: New lino just received. ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 5o eacb. Elegant new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to show Brooks & Salisbury. WE ARE NOT -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITUKE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS ig? PATRONAGE. It is to YOUR BEST US A A. Buren k Son,, Florists ! Call and see them. CHURCHILL & B URROUGHS lOo otato fltroct. iMiniiinTrim MERCHANT TAILOR. J. RUBINST...

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 March 1894

U' P" i- THE CAPITAL FOXJUBKEO DAILT, KXCKKT bOWIiAY. Br THK Capital Journal Publishing Company Poitofflce nice. Oom'serBtol Street. AN EASY WAY TO ECONOMIZE. A Salem Woman' Jlethod of Say ing the Dollar. HOFER BROTHERS, Iwlly.br carrier, per month,. Datlr, br mall, pr yar-. WeeKljr.S pe. per yer Editor. JW . La PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Local Correspondence from in the Valley. Towns vhoh sublimity. Mrs. A, II. Lacroix went toSarsm today. Frank Hotman, formerly of Salem, was In town today. Iter. Boocholger, from Portland, ar rived here last week. Mr. Ed fjcbellberg was here tho first of the week from Meharnu, ou Ills waj to Eola. Two families from Iowa anlml t.eri last week. They are looking for a per manent location. There Is quite a dmwinjr card it Btayton for Clia-t. Smith and Buriiej McGinn la of late. Miss Haaa, from Satem, was here la I week looking after the prcwpeeu ol get ting a school. Ex superintendent of the refnrn school, Smith, was here Friday l..okin after tho interests of...

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 March 1894

ESSES WHISTLING PROHIBITED. Kuril" Mnlsca It nn OfTonse 1'unlshuble by 1'lno or Imprisonment. Our Berlin coricaiiomlenb has recently npprised us that the Berlin police aro permanently under instructions to re press whistling, whether recreative or utilitarian, with the utmost rigor and display unrelaxiug energy in carrying out their-orders to tho letter. "Whistling in public is not only repugnant to tho German apprehensions of "dio hohero Bildung," or higher culture, but actually constitutes a minor misdemeanor, and as such is punishable by fine, with the inevitable alternative of imprisonment. The former penalty has been incurred within the past few days by a hall por ter of a fashionable hotel, Unter den Lmden, who persisted in sounding his whistle to summon a cab for a client of the establishment after having been for bidden to do so by an agent of tho law. Appealing from the sentence of the po lice authorities to the judgment of a civil court, tho porter pleaded that from time 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. — 15 March 1894

1 --. ,.ftL" BEE THE -LOW PRICED- Chamber Suit, at KELLER 5 50N5 'ew prn Terr iboiry. Tryooace. GOING OUT -::- OF iJUriIXES3 I will eell my entire etock at d-t, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW 8HADE3, N'OTIONd and ALL. Walloper from 10 to 35c per double roll. Barderaltfrom 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give mejacall. -::- W. 31. SARGEAXT J. I,. 3tITCIIELTj & CO., Insurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, HALEM. Or. dw HOW THEY VOTED. Aatl-Fiuion Democracy Carries the Salem Primaries. In the Democratic primary election held in Balem yesterday afternoon a lively time to bad. In the various town wards tbere were contesting ticket, termed fusion asd antl-fuion. The retells are given below. FIRST WARD. Foslon W. D. Jeffrie?, John Gray, P. H. D'Arcy and D, J. Fry 29 each, and E. F. Oaburn 23. Scattering -L Anti-Faion Thomas Borrows, 33; Basil Wagner, SS; John H. Brooks, 34; Angust Scbreiber, 34; W. O. Dickin son, 34. 6BCOND VABI. Fusion James Walton, 6; F. N. Gilbert, 6, J. I. Thompson, 6; W. F....

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 March 1894

ADVEIITISEKS The Journal lins n Larger Clr. dilution In Snlem anil Marlon County thnn any Solom nowsptv pnr. Boo our lints, HOFER IlltOB A l'uhllnlicr.i. THE X O'T DAILY n6 Cts a Month by Mall Preoaid in Advance- NoPape sent -whn Time Is "" $3.00 a Year. CAPITAL JOU A.JLJ VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, l94. DAILY EDITION. NO. GX. RN " . " . " i 'ii ' ' D n J, nl EXCITEMENT ndlKtn IN DENYER, The New York HAS JUST Received a fine lineof Ladies, Misses and Children's Dongola and other grades ofShoes. Our ladies' dongola shoe at $2.00 is a special bargain. We want 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, overalls, jumpers, knee pants, gents' laundried and unlaundried white shirts, black ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 March 1894

j r:f uS THE CJPITJL JOEBML rvBi.mnKD dajlt, except ho.xdat. ittm Capital Journal Publishing Company HOFEB BROTHERS, - - - UHtn. DEAR OLD GRANDMOTHERS. Uealtliv, Hearty, Happr, Using Paine's Celery Compound. 1m8. try curler, per mostly a"""i, wy mu. per rear euj jun Hutt to Make the Last Miles as Smooth as Possible. Week !, per year.. JOT I LMI SUGGESTED COXME.YT. Only three years more Ah Democratic distress. As tbe light f tbe home lore beat electricity. Farmers are not going to be able to Lire much farm labor thbyear. Tie IIUns ef Ik Agt4 MaUly Cibm Ci4er the Hei4 f Weakim. People like pacing all their taxes ai once. If the were only able to paj Ibem. The people should have pometbl ng U ny as to who l to b the next United State senator from Oregon. Jf the Tlepablfesn party of Oregot wat ta gxvxl ronnf nz G-r far envernoi It can get one in Marion cxinty. Tbe women who join Republicai. clubs propose to do what thy can U dispense with wearing the Clevelanr badge. Importing as we did ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 March 1894

ENGLISH HIGH SOCIETY. jjgfk Twnln Tries III Hand at Bnlvlngtho I'colilcni of Precedence. Tho amusing niul puerile problem of preeeilenco in Ungliuh socioty ia characteristically hit off by Mark Twain in The Century Magazine: Englishmen, says tlio great humorist. always eat dinner before thoy go out to dinner, because they know the rHv-s they arc running. But nobody ever warns the Btranger, so bo walks tilncHly into the trap. Of course no body was hurt this time, because wo bad all been to dinner, none of us being a novice except Hastings, and bo having been informed by the min ister, at the time that ho invited him, that in deference to the English cus tom he had not provided any dinner. Everybody took a lady and proces sioned down to tho dining room be cause it is usual to go through the motions, but there tho dispute began. The Duke of Shoreditch wanted to take precedence and sit at the head of the table, holding that ho out ranked a minister who represented merely a nation and no...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 16 March 1894

L$? u,: i' EBB THE -LOW PRICED- Chamber Soils at KELLER 5 SONS ?r-v palters Territory. TryMWt. REPUBLICS GET S0KSBIX& Primaries Held in Salem JIarion Connlr. and GOING OUT of nuGisE-sa I will sell my entire etocfe lC5wt, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGGIE3, WINDOW SHADES, JfOTIOXri and ALL. Wallpaper from IS toe perdeble roll. B rderei;from i to 10 cent per yard. Gve miscall. SOME OF HIE 31AXV COMBINES, Cut AH Will Result in Harmony and Enthusiasm. PERSONALS. W. 31. SARCEAM J. L. MITCHELL & CO., Insurance, HOLMAN BLOCK, 8ALEM. Or. dw LOCAL CALENDER. March 20, Tuesd ay Marlon Demo cratic county convention. March 21, Wednesday Marion Re publican county convention. Apnl 5, Thursday Polk county Re publican primaries. April 6, Friday Republican oouuty convention at Dallas to elect state and district delegates. April 8, Jlonday JKirst district con gressional convention at c'uleai. April II, Wednesday Republican etalc convention at Portland. May 4. Friday Republican county conventio...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 March 1894

TIIE I C'T DALLY 05 cts a Month by lSfall prep'ild Irx dvanoo No Papers sent -when Tlm Is oxit .00 a Year. ADVERTISERS Th Journal lm. o Larger Cllr- t illation In Siilem anil Marlon Comity tliim any Snlom nowim Iir. Sue our llstH. HOfKK IIUUS A I'lililUhcrn. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SVLEM. OKKQON.SATUHD AY, MARCH 17, li)4. DAILY EDITION". NO. 62. CAPITAL JOURNAL V I- t - !r i - "Nothing Fits a Man so Well as His Skin," Noxt to that is KiraiLlMMC See Samples in the Window. New Spring Novelcies. Fishing Tackle! :-: New lino just received. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 5c each, new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble goocts. Brooks WE ARE NOT - FOR - Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is so well selected that it COMMANDS A GOOD SUM OF It is to YOUR BEST INTEREST TO PAY US A VISIT. A. Buren & Son,, 300 Commercial St Florists ! Call and see them. J. RUBINSTEIN, 308 COMMERCIAL STREET. LADIES and Gents Clothi...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 March 1894

n: t & us IT r-- THE CAPITAL J0BB2UL fURMHHKD DAILY, KXCKrT KUNDaA, XT TUX Capital Journal Publishing Company lntoffle Block. Commercial BtnvU TODAY'S MARKETS. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor, InUly, by carrier, per mouUv- WeeXIr, S paces, per rtar,. JOJO .100 ! JsUGOESIED COMMENT. Gladstone was four butalwajsa liberal. times a premier You cannot quarrel wltli a man who has only good will toward you. American citizens, let good-fellowship ana toierntion lw Wjo rule in your political councils. Prices Current by Telegraph Local aou -ortland Quotations. Salkm, oiareb 10, 4 -p. m. Office Daily Capital Jouknal. Quota tious for day and up to hour of going to press were as follews: halku vrodvck market. rwrrr. Apples 30c to 60c a bushel. BVTCllKH STOCK. Veals dreaded 5 cts. Hogs dressed 5. Live cattle 2 to 3. Sbeep alive 1.60f MILLSPKICm. balem aililfng Co. quotes iT i ?artTii"TnTA-',to,,t r-rMiHSAiataSSiSirSiZ.. Now prepare fur Marion county' big convention which will be beld at Balem ne...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 March 1894

,i iti rir'icMbwv'MSfjifaft. LOVC AND HUNGER. Of tf'f errtli, llist Round the sun In coureo elliptic, Whit Is '"! "" !ler klndre.l placets. Ami lier lltt'9 silver sister, ;extlolivty Mura, M: n !)Ir", Evcrnctl.f, s.vay Hie peoples Till ilicy ln,t ,llt0 'icr bosom, Fmm tlie frozen rtgloii9 orctlo. To tlio burning bouth. Piliilspotonl, Oniprnlni: with forco tyrannic; llu- . hntifl, fraud, ambition, Hope iiml fear, despair and nmlloe; TUt'do and tuauy more. But among tliem Tli ro are two I1030 power is greater! Jto'ic or lilgli or low, oscapo them. Hii'li or poor, or wise or foolish All, they sv.ny them all. One is hunger, Palo and crnunt and much devouring. Dally wo miift do lilm Bervlce, Else lio works us cruel mischief, And at length he kills. Love the other, Bwitlful and full of promise, llopo nnd Joy aro his attendants. Yet when scorned, despised, neglected He lirliiKiovil too. Lovo and hnnKerl These aro earth'u most mighty rulers. Love the soul claims for his province. Hunger dom...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 March 1894

Hr ft BEE THE -LOW PRICED- Chamber 8ulta nt KELLER & SONS New pattern-very ahowy. Try ui once. GOING OUT -::- OF n WINE 53 I will sell my entire stock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, JiAUY BUGQIEd. WINDOW SHADEd, NOTIONd and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to Mc per double mil. Borders .from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give tno'a call. -::- W. M, SMIGEANT EEFUBLIOAN PRIMARIES. A Heavy Vote- Polled and Good In tsrest Generally. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM, Or. iW LOCAL CALENDER. Demo Re March 20, Tuesday Marlon emtio county convention, March 21, Wednesday Marlon publican county conv niiou. April 5, Thursd ly Polk county Rc publlcitn primaries. April 0, Friday Republican couuh convention at Dallas to elect statu ant district delegates. April 9, Mond ly First district con gresslnnal convention at Salem. April 11, Wednesday Republlcaii stale convention at Portland. May 4. Friday Republican countj convention at Dallas. Dissolved. Not the business, but the partnership o...

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