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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 March 1894

ADVERTISERS The Journal ling a Larger Clr. dilation In Suleni uml Marlon County than nnjr Hnloni nowspa por. 800 our lint. 1IUFKK ItlCOH rubltshom. TAL - . . Month lay Mali s .7id in Advance FrNPo Papera sent whi Time is out. Jjjtf.UU Jicur. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1894. DAILY EDITION. NO. G3. TUE I C'T DAILY CAPr JOURNAL. Kali EHiw itwBi fllv mHlgiSM TirRI V l,D I , CONSIDERING luiitwiuiknaukci HAS "Received a fine line of Ladies, and other grades of JSlioes. 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 sateen and negligee shirts, cras...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 March 1894

THE HPITAL JOIiRSAL PUBU8HKD DAILY, EXCEPT 80XDAY, BTTHK Capital Journal Publishing Company Portoffle Btoek-JOoauiseretaJ Street. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. lllr. T catfler, per moota. Dally, by mall, per yer weeny, P", Ir jar. L50 SUGGESTED COMMENT. The O.ve Cent Daily Is the cheap est paper for tbe campaign, btiow it to your neighbor. Some change la needed in state and national affairs. All honest men are seeking it aud are prepared to apply it when found. What is It ? Boventy-five farmers at Canyonville pledge themselves publicly to vote for candidates who will re-enact tbe mort gage tax law, allow deduction for debt, and endorse the referendum. Jefferson Review, lud: John W. Roland eeems to have a very strong support for clerk and his nouiluatioi, would give more universal satlafuctloi. than that of any other man the Repub lican party could put up. His well known qualifications for that position would gain bim many votes outside ol those of bis own party. i-ugono Guard Demecr...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 March 1894

THE TERRORS OF BALLOONING. A. Wninan'a Uxclttns Full Through, Space nml Kcnpe l'nim Death. Mrs. Carl E. Myers, tbo parachuto jumper, told of an exciting experience) of hers at the fair grounds at Ottawa that, as sho said, "began like a com edy and nearly ended in a tragedy: "It was tbo narrowest escapo I've Drer bad, and incidentally and acci dentally tho (irst paracbuto descont pver mado in America. It wasn't a regular paracbuto eitbor, but I'll tell j-ou about that when I come to it. The occasion was a big fair, and tho grounds were packed with people, tho biggest and most uncontrollable rrowd I have ever seen. Wo bad, a funny time getting tbo balloon to tbo place. It was brought up on tbo other sido of tho river in tow of a lo comotive and was to bo towed across by a line of canoes paddled by In dians. Wo got it fastened to tho ca noes, and it lifted tbo first three into the air, spilling their occupants out. That was too much, oven for aborig inal stolidity. Tbo other Indians de...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 March 1894

y(tTcr jjm' M, BEE THE -LOW PRICED- Chamber Suita at KELLER & SONS Nwpattcrn-veryhowr. Try u once, GOING OUT OF BUBIXE33 I will sell my entire stock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW ' SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double rolj. Borderef;from 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give moacall. -::- W. II. SARCEAST THE DELEQATES ABBIVTNO. Freparationa for the Democratic and Republican Primaries. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO. nsurance, HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM, Or. dw LOCAL CALENDER. March 20, Tuesday Marlon Demo emtio county convention. March 21, Wednesday Marion Re publican county convention. April 6, Thursday Polk county Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republican countj convention at Dallas to elect state and district delegates. April 0, Monday First district con gressional convention at Salem. April 11, Wednesday Republican state convention at Portland. May 4, Friday Republican count convention at Dallas. LITTLE L00AL8. Some moro Democratic weather. B...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 March 1894

THE I C'T DALLY SG Cts a Month by fefall Prepaid In Advance XMo Papers sent -whan Time Is Out. $2.00 a Year. iArllAJL JOURNAL ADVEltTISEKS The Journal lini a Larger Clr. culatlnn In Snlem and JUarlon County than any Salem neirspa V". 8ee our IIMk. HOlKIt II11US W l'ubll.liprn. VOL. 7. -- - I - 1 WiM M.J- DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OBEGON, TUESDAY, MARCH (, i&)4. "Nothing Fits a Man so Well as His Skin," Noxt to that is SUGAR TARIFF DAILY EDITIO ST. f imm INCREASED LORMADECLOTHING See Samples in the Window. All New Spring No velcies. Prices Low. Hawaiian Reciprocity to to Be Repealed. RHODE ISLAND DEMOCRATS. Like Republicans, They Renomi nate Their Men. MOHAMMEDANS ATTACK THE SPANISH And Are Repulsed' with 200 lien Killed. Fishing Tackle! :-: New lino just received. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 6c each. Elegant new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble to sbow goods. Brooks & Salisbury. WE ARE NOT DISGUSTED! -F...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 March 1894

irfVl Ii" w FSdEWS r.'iiiv-wWMrgftgs7 se M3C Jftlhi i'IT" m.Hi! THE CAPITAL JOIIKML. POBUailKD DAILY, KXCKPr HVHUAY, BT TllJt Capital Journal Publishing Company Poatolllce Hloclc.;CommerctM Street. HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. lmlly, by carrier, per month,. Dally, by mall, pr year, ekly, 8 page, per year, Week 0 60 3.C0 1.80 Reply to Country Jako. Editor Jeuknal: Will you allow me a spaco to nay a few words to Brother "Country Jake," partly lu ex planatlou of some things tho types made tne say which were not lu the manuscript. He thinks I should be slammed Into Jail and fined for such slauderous statement, ud this might be tho best plan to stop Investigation ol this Bunject. Them In the letter wat made b lu type and this stated billion where millions was Intended, (actual! tho conservative estimate is 30 billions.; Thon J said: " Auy one can see that at money decreases lu volume or business Increases lu volume tho died id to lower value of every thing as compar ed to money." The typo ma...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 March 1894

KttexamYM .jgajjMgasiCTSBgnvJUMfe A VOICE FROM THE TOMB. It Spoke In : Dream nntl Told Tale of Glui'tl Hiirror. The Rev. Mr. Partridge was onco the ii'ir of a Parish in tlio suburbs of London. Ho bad tho misfortuno to loo a favorito son, whoso body was interred in n vault in tho church. Two nights after tho interment Mr. Part''i(l0 dreamed that he saw his son. habited in a shroud spotted witli blond, the oppression of his counto naiue Ivmg that ot a person endur uij,' srmu paroxysm of acute pain. ' Father, father," ho cried, "como Mid defend mo I They will not let mo re-t quiet in my coffin." Tho apparition wjb so vivid that the diva! ler awoko, trembling from eseitem "lit. Ho argued with him Felf that it was the result of tho grief ho Mr. on account of his son's death. and after awhile managed to ovor- i - :j...i: l j. 1 como ins ugiuiuuu uuu go 10 Bleep and again, uuc it seemeu ro mm tnat no scarcely lost consciousness when tho vision reappeared, beseeching moro piteously than bef...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 20 March 1894

1 SEE THE -LOW PRICED- Chamber Sulla at KELLER 5 SONS New pattern very showy. Try u once. GOING OUT -::- OP BUSINESS I will Bell my entire Block at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 3jc per double roll. JJordernl.'fnim 3 to 10 cents per yard. Glvo tnea call. -::- W. M. SARGEANT County Convention at tho Scat of Government SUALL IT BE FOSE OR FUSE NOT. Delegations In Attendance at tho Uiennial Conference. J. Ii. MITCHELL & CO., nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. du LOOAL CALENDER. March 21, Wednesday Marlon Re publican county convention. April 5, Thursday Polk county Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republican count convention at Dallas to elect statu ii:h district delegates. April 9, Monday First district con gresslonal convention at Salem. April 11, Wednesday Republlcaii state convention at Portland. May 4. Friday Republican count convention at Dullas. The G'koft Estatk. Two pGtltlonN have beon presonted to Coun...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 March 1894

r " -jk m. jk i jl JLJLJ .-ajgjSgHffBll I IWlBffft THE I C'T DAILY SS Ct a Month by Eufall Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent "whn Time la Out. $3.00 a Year. JOtT ADVERTISERS Tho Journal lia a T.nrc-nr nir. culntton In Salem nnd Unrlon I ounly thnn any Sulcm howmki Imt. Oco our llstfl. IIOFEU llltOB H rublUhcrit. JL fLJL 1( .JljLJI A VOL. 7. ' - I I I -M DAILY EDITION. I hnllmiifVtril D ! J- HA8 JUST SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH ai. 1S94. DAILY EDITION. lleceived a fine line 'of Ladies, Misses and Children's Dongola and other grades of Shoes. Our ladies' dougola 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 -he 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, junipers, knee pants, gents' laundried and unlaund...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 March 1894

BPVWRim -3SZE Nt ymrwyaj 'Tg nnrrnnrwtino THE CAPITAL JOURNAL POBLISUKD DAILY, KXCK1T BUNDAY T TIM Capital Journal Publishing Company Foatofflco Block. Commercial Street, HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Dally, by carrier, per month,-. Dally, by mall, per year, Weekly, 8 pageii, per yenr, -KJ60 , 3.00 . 1.60 FOR (JUV'.NUK. The New Orleans Pacayuue lias the following, which might apply to oni of Oregon's candidate?: WUo want to run for cuv'noi? Kach teller' got a Hlate, An' the plum crop' Jcs ft bloamln' In tho pros roads o' the elate An' the man that mined the mission, an' the other fellor too, Is ollmln of them plum tree an renchln fera tewl Who wants Uiun forguv'nor jes let'em conio to law! Tho race truck's Jos' tho blugest that a icllci nvor flaw 1 An the plum are hunsln' hoi y, an' tin petchlHgettln biown, An' the feller with the longed rtnch '11 pul the biggest down) Hoi my sutcrs, re tho banner WatlmtlnlhesHy, ,. Are you broitPii'Jown, discouraged? Courngolhelpln High. On th it banner...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 March 1894

AGL0K10US GftOWTH REV dr. talmage shows how CHRISTIANITY MOVES FORWARD. Coine Stunly ni" nt Infidelity Religion GiK"l to Llvo by ,,ml CoimolliiB to Die ,. vii KncoiirnBlnB Discourse by tho Eloquent Pnstor. Brooklyn, March. 18. In tho Tabcr uaclo today Rev. Dr. Taluiago preached , most eloquent and characteristically timorous Eorincn in refutation of tho oft r,.npvccl assertion of tho enemies of reli pmi that Christianity is retrograding miilt'v Dihlc losing its hold upon tho ho-irts ami consciences of men. Thesub- irt of t no discourse m announced was "From Conquest to Conquest," tho text bring taken from Amos ix, 18, "Behold thp days cmno, saith tho Lord, that tho plowman shall overtake tho reaper." Picture of n tropical clime, with n sea son so prosperous that tho harvest readi es clear over to tho planting time, and tho swarthy husbandman swinging tho sicklo in the thick grain almost feels tho breath of the Imrses on his shonldcrs, the horses hid luil to tho plow preparing for a ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 21 March 1894

y& .ijitrs t., mi. i r-i -i T in .no. . J. lliii'i -,- -w.y BEE THE -LOPV PRICED- Chamber Sulla at KELLER & SONS New pattern very showy. Try us once. GOING OUT OF RUBINBSS 1 will sell my entire stock at Cott, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, RA1JY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double roll. JBonlerflJIfrom 3 to 10 cents per yard. G'vo me a call. WJTTENAGEMOTE Representatives of the People in Council. A CAPITAL CITY CONVENTION -::- W, 1 ,T. L. MITCHELL & CO., A Thousand Republicans .Assembled. Are DNAMODSDESIRB FOR STRONG MEN nsurance. HOLM AN ULOCK.HALEM. Or. dv, To Go On tho Slnto nnd County Tickets. LOUAL CALENDER. April 5, Th ursd-iy Polk counly Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republican counl. convention at Dallas to elect ntntu an district delegated. April 0, Monday First district con gresslonal convention at Salem. April 11, Wednesday Republlcai state convention at Portland. May 4. Friday Republican county convention at Dalian. N...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 March 1894

1 rtfE X C T DAILY e6 cts Month by Mall Prepaid in Advance NoPPer8 sent whn Time is out. Stf.00 xi Year. ADVERTISERS The Journal 1ms a Larger Cir culation In Salem and Uarlou County than any Salem newipn Icr. Boo our Hats. HOJCElt MU1B rubllshem. Is VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH SS-J, lb!M DAILY EDITION. NO. 6. CAPITA T j i9Hi JOURNAL. -'fi I ii'i'i I TfVvv e-glL:------ "Nothing Fits a Man so "Well as His Skin," Noxt to that is BLIZZARDS AND BOMBS. Heavy Snow Storms the East. Raging in ANOTHER BOMB IN A CHURCH 1 1 FI T 1IM 1MAMMI n See Samples in the Window. New Spring Novelcies. Injures Many People Several. niul Kills All 4 Prices Low. Fishing Tackle! New lino just received. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 5c euch. new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble goods. Elegant to show Brooks &, Salisbury. WE ARE NOT DISGUSTED! -FOR- Our general Stock of FURNITURE and CARPETS is well selected t...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 March 1894

IDE CAI'ML J0UBKAL l'UBLIHUKD DAILY, KXGKPT BUNDAY, nr tiik Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ostofflco Mock. Commercial Street. trammm . J'"" HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Imllr. by carrier, per mouth...... JO 60 Dally, by mall, per year, J wj Weeniy, 8 pages, per yenr, ...... 'Mt LOCAL CALENDER. April 6, Thursday Polk cotiuty Re publican primaries, April 0, Friday Republican county convention at DuIIub to elect utatu unci district delegates. April i), Monday First district con gressional convention at rjulem. April 11, Wednesday Ropublicui state convention nt Portland. May 4. Friday Republican countj convention nt Dallas. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Local Correspondence from Townt In the Valley. DKAIN NUItMAIi SCIIOOIj NOIL'S. Tho present enrollment is DUO. Capt. O. 0. Applcgatu visited tin school last week. Miss Lizzie Wain goes to her aehoo in Happy Vulley next week. Many or the students arc going nui soon, to tench, in order that they nun he In school next year. "Tho National Carnival" ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 March 1894

THE LONELINESS OF DEATH. -vefentclinrlot MRntletli Bt thedoorj ilPll0lisr i- Iim-Iip1 ami Bttll from roof to floor. Vone lirnnl the sound of Its in stcrious wheels, fctracli in presence feels. Koclinmi'lnK bit, no trump of pawing steed; All dark nu s le"1 "P mlu vn mo sireei. And jet til'"" wayst not keep it waiting thero For one last kiss or pra or. Iky nonK with somo strange other Inter- cliaiiROd, Strike onlil ai ross us like loved eyes estranged With things that aro not fraught, or things that aro fade like a sun struck star. And thou, too eak and agonized to lift Hi cup to quench thy dying thirst or shift Th pill"" 8- now without our holp must rise j,orttiut our ministries. Thou. 1m ed and cherished, must go forth alone. JCeno see tlico fondly to t lie door, not one. Jtohcdd 11 turned to seo thee go; we stay Where thou art not and pi ay. Ko pam'l bars thy white, resistless feet; Our nails arc mist to thee; out on the street It waits it waits for thee, for thco alone. Arise, lot...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 22 March 1894

fcj- i i ifinfKn i , r BEE THE -LOW PRICED- Chamber Suite at KELLER 5 SONS A THOUSAND REPUBLICANS. New pattern very iliowy. Try u onc. GOING OUT OF BUrflNErfS I will sell my entire etock nt Cott, FURNITURE, WALLPAPER, BABY BUGGIES. WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper front 10 to Mo per double roll. Bordernlrom 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give me a call. Y. I SARCEANT J. Jj. MITCHELL & CO. insurance, HOLMAN BLOCK, KALEM. Or. dw MARION COUNTY KKI'UIII.IUaN TICKKI' JfOHSTATK HKNA IOUH-I. I.. ntteron ol Hnlein, nnit W If Holson f Ht'iyloti. Full JiKPItKrtKNrATIVK.H-U. I). Slow and K. Hofwrof i"nlem. David Crnltfol n cleay, II. o. Uiiro'ny of Woodburii, unci J. i Calvert of Hubbard. S'.i.I?,?i0f Kll-J M W'Htson ofTurner HUKKIKK-Johri Knight ofHnliiiii. t'fiKUK fi. V. Klilnunriliittxv lliv T11KA8UIIKH-K U ll'rn of Tumor. ItUCOltUKH-V. W. Wales f Sulem. HOIIUOt, HUl'EHl.NTKNOKNT-J. H. (Ir... nam nf Woodourn SUItVIJYOIt-H. II. Horrlolcofnlcin. COHONHM-A.M. Oioiijli of Saljm. That Stic...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 March 1894

THE X C'T DAILY $:J.OO a Year. ADYERTISEES The Journal linn a largnr Clr. dilution In finlcm aud Marlon County than any Salein neirspa lrr. Bee our Until. UOPKll nitUB l'lilillitliors. VX)L. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM, OEEGON, FRIDAY, MARCH U8, l94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 67. CAPITAL JOURNAL. - - - mi n ii i i - i i The NewYork Racket -HA8 Received a fine line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Dongola and other grades of Shoes. Our ladies' dongola shoe at $2.00 is a specialbargain. 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, overalls, jumpers, knee pants, gents' laundried and unlaundried white shirts, black sateen and negligee shirts, crash towels, counter panes, damask, hosiery, underwear, suspenders, gloves,...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 March 1894

I 3Z 3SXS23BSS THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. X'OBLIBUKI) DAILY, KXCE1T HUM)AY, BT THS Capital Journal Publishing Company I'ojtolflco Hloclc. .Oommerelhl Street, HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. l'ally, by carrier, per mouth,. lmiiy. or man, pr year, Weekly, 8 pages, per year,.. $0J . 3.( . 1M 8CGUESTEI) COMMENT. Wo are still without good roads. Tho Republican party ono man. of Marlon Give us n good state ticket, Messrs. Republicans. Hard tlrute or good times, tlio people wantaa little direct taxation as possible. If a Marion couuty Republican goes on the statu ticket he will be elected. The young men predominated In the Republican county convention. The Marion county Republicans were a band of united bretheru, after as before. Sixty years in public life without tin taint of corruption is Gladstone's noblest monument. Senator Allison says thero is one third less business In our country thaii a year ago. TODAY'S MARKETS. Prices Ourront by Telegraph Local auu -oxtland Quotations. SALKir, march Stf, 4 p...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 March 1894

T JUfJ TKT i in . y 'ki,. ii nmi;Ln":mV,M:w,JUjj!izissBa &ff?) DUSE AND MENZEL. Tlie ActriW Hero Worship Movril the Old 1'alntor to 11 Historical Kiss. Aftpr finishing her season in London recently Eleononi Duse filled an unguge inent in Frankfort. Iu passing the larg est art store in the city one afternoon j ip nuticeil in the window a picture by Dr Adolf Menzel, the greatest of Ger man)'' historical painters. Sho went in pido and bought it, saw other pictures by Monzel and bought them, carrying thpm all away with her in her carriage. A few minutes after her departure Jlptizel himself stopped at the store. He is almost 80 years old and for the last generation has been receiving all the honor and admiration that could touch the artist's heart. Nevertheless ho show ed much satisfaction when told of Duse's fancy for his works and mumbled some wi'rds to the effect that tho Italian ac tress was really a genius in her way a great concession to her sex from him, fur Menzel is a knotty...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 23 March 1894

' -wWTF?FTjlflF WSPBIIP! ft THIS WEEK we offer ail Pictures, framed, at cost. Now ia your chance. KELLER & SONS GOING OUT -:: OP BUSINESS I will sell my entire slock at Cost, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER, BABY BUGGIES, WINDOW SHADES, NOTIONS and ALL. Wallpaper from 10 to 35c per double roll. BorderaEfrooi 3 to 10 cents per yard. Give me a call. -::- W. M. SARGEANT J. Ii. MITCIIELIi & CO. nsurance. HOLMAN BLOCK. HALEM. Or. dw LOOAL CALENDER. March, 31 Soturday, Wlllamettt Valley borao breeders met at Sulero April 4 Wednesday. Prohibltloi, state convention at Salem. April 6 Thursday. Problbltloi county convention at Salem. April 6, Thu red ay Polk county Re publican primaries. April 0, Friday Republican count convention at Dallas to elect state anc district delegates. April 0, Afouday First district con gressional convention at Salem. Anril 11. WfldnoHduv Itenubllcan state convention at Portland. May 4, Friday Republican count convention at Dallas. City Council Matten. An adjourned s...

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