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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 17 April 1894

tHE LOT! DAILY EG Cts a Month by Malt Prepaid In Advance IMo Papers sent when Time Is out. $.$.00 ,n Year. J'g-v ; ADVERTISERS the Journal hs a Larger Cr. ttiUtlon in Salem and Marlon County than any Salem nciYipa per. Bee our lUta. UOFKIt BROS rubllshers. VOL.. 7. DAIJLY EDITION. AAIiKM. OKEGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, A&94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 88 riA pirr at' -Sto--- -Ci? . i J U U KN AL "Nothing Fits a TVLan so Weill as. His Skin," Next -. to tliat is , I , ? .', BRASFIELD'S TAILOR' MADE CLOTHING! ;'." See Samples in the Window. New Spring Novelcies. An Anti-Pennoyer Man .Chairman. ADMINISTRATIONISTS STRONG Chicago Platform and Cleveland Endorsed. GIIAS. NICKBLL SELECTED A VICTIM All . ' Prices Low. Fishing Tackle! For llernt ,inti to Chew Up in This District. GEN. OOMPSON FOB GOVERNOR The Present State Printing Expert for Printer. New line Just received. 20 gross of celehrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Just received direct from England. Cane poles 6o eacb. new line of Baby Carriages at very ...

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 April 1894

wrtfinwifcrfJtjisJ SSETriSTHTSSSE , v" --' G- lit -" THE CAPITAL JONUUL. FUBLtrJHETJ DAILT EXCEPT BUNUaY, BTTHUt Capital Journal Publishing Company fontodoe Block. Commercial Blreet. r ' r.' ' '- HOFER BROTHERS, Editor. JJally, by currier, per month,- -S0.60 lallsr. br mall, per year,. , aoo Weekly. page, per year,-. L JtEPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE TH KET. For Oovernor W f.Lord. of M rloB county. For Secretary of bUtteU. It. JCIucaid, of LanaconnlV. J?n Uliln Trnnmira' t'llll. Meiscbnn. f atrantcouilty, rat Supreme Judge- 0. fi. W.olvertqn, ol Linn county, For Attorney CJenein! 3. M. niernp, of Multnomah, ForBdpirlntendtrituf PubJIc Instruction a. m. Jrwin, of union. For mS'(UU:r-W. JL . yCCll, Of JaClCROD. 9 FIR8T CONgRE3$ip?JA.r, DI3J. For Representative In Congress. BINQKti HEIUlANfj, . THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT, For Circuit '.ud?T, J I. H. HI WITT, of Linn Couuly. For Dbtrioi. Attorney JAP. McQAIN, of ,Y unhljl County. Member Board of Equalization, 8. H. GIBSON, of I'olk County. MARIO...

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 April 1894

"jnwjywi w-h ' fr c A LENGTHY REPORT ilado by the "City," Comnuttoe of Salem's "100." Salem, Oregon, April 7, 1&S4. To the committee of One HundreJt fcalom, Oregon, Gentlemen: We your 8iib-conimlttee on city affairs beg to respectfully submit tlie following n- port. Wo have endeavored to ascertain ei nearly rs possible the financial condl Hon of the city of Salem, It has beei a difficult and tedious task which wc have earnestly tried to peri'onn In such a manner as to show the true- state ot the city's affairs: To show the condition at the end cl 1801 we will state that the treasurer'' record of city warrants presented U him and endorsed "not paid for want of funds" shows warrants presented during tho year 1892 against the gen eral fund and still outstanding- amount ing to J3G,418.04. Interest accrued on came to Dec. 31. 1892, $815.69. Interest accrued on same to Dec 31 1893, $2,913.44. Warrants presented durlncr 1S9 against the general fund and still out standing, $32,999.62. 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. — 17 April 1894

ys-fgr JM-.. , L, I'li&SS ,ri(i , I, wmmtmmmr i-- ' .? mAiIwiiowm J- V t tf i &ty vt--..,tT(ia-ty;:-,.-reiJIfri,,Uii i rw. n fi ?yl.iIg-tj j.3imW'i'''l;i" . u-vw 2essi2 SPRING -- MILLINERY J W. S. 0. BOO-AlTf&dfoBAM. Swiss FeatherWeight Sailors Onto 50 cents at Mrs. S. C. Reed's. Children's Trimmed Sailors Only 25 cents at Mrs. S. C. Reed's. Ladies Pretty Triirtntfd flats . , Only fl.oo at Mrs. 5. C Reed's. Children's Pretty Trimmed Hats from 50c to ;j1.ob at Mrs SC Reed's Chicago Sailor Hats, Assorted Colors, for 19 cents at M RS, S. C, REED'S. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDJbiKWJWAK TU closa out at from 25cts to $1.00 each garment; worth three times the.price at MRS. S. C. REED'S LADIES' MUSLIN nnd CAMBRIC Niht Gowns, worth from $1.50 to $3.00, will close them out for from 50ctB to $1.00 at MRS. S. C. REED'S. The Colonel of ''Xne Jojirnal" RoIateB Some campaign .experiences, ftttsa E loa Knight, Mrs. Linn, and Misses Davis and Brown sang very acceptably at tlie Woman Relief Corps ...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 April 1894

rw3,JTTT " " . syp--v.- "J,"-?, . - "?.fT,rcir-- jfcC'T s THE ICT DAILY 26 Ots o. Month." by Kf all Prepaid In .Advance No Papers sent whan Time 1b Out. $3.00 a Year. ADVEltTISEBB Th Journal hai Career Clr cnlallon In Salem auct Mation County than any Salem nowipu per. Bee our Ham. IIOFElt UUUB rubllsheri. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AtBIIi IS, 1&94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 81) ?g)pprwsg!,y CAPITAL JOURNAL. The NewYork Racket Js receiving goods of difieront kinds, almost daily and keep up a good line, of Luces, Lace Curtains, Embroid eries, Ribbons, Windsor Ties, Teck Ties, Veiling, Threads, fancy Hairpins, Pocket Knives, Aprons, Towels, Table Damask-, Table Oilcloth, Curtains, La dies' and Gents' Sunumr Vests, Gents' Pants, Negli gee ad' White Shirts. CZAR REED IS EN Elected Denouncing HATS! iy publican Rule. a Re- DEMOGRAIS STDLTIFY THEMSELVES. pretty generallySadmitted that no no tion on petitions will ba taken further than allowing them to be read. A HUMANE P...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 April 1894

II T I': ' ' i$ g Kiefr"-"- 'fflE CAPITAL JODRML. . 'JWRLIBZIKJJ DAIIiV, EXCEPT tJUNUAY, arrai Capita! Journal Publishing Company Fosloffloe Block. .Commercial Btreet. HOFER BROTHERS, - - - Editor. Daily, by carrier, per month,. Daily, or man, per ;wi -3.0O IM WeCKiy, , 8 page, pr year,. HEPUBLICAN TICKET. STATE TICKET. For Governor v t'.Uurtl. ot Hrlon county For Secretary oi btute 11. It. Klncatd, of JL.ane county. For tttote Treasure' l'hll. MoUovan, f a rail t coabty. j-or Supreme Jndg-e-O. K. VVolmton, of 1,1 ud county. For Attorney-Ucueral-3. if. IJleman, of Multnomah, For Superintendent of.Fobllo Instruction tl XI .t1rln rf Ifnlun. ForHttq4vJntor SVH. teed, of Jackson. FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DIS1, For Representative In Congress. IIINOKH UEHMANN. THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. For Cltcutt Jud', II. H. IltWlTT, of.Llnu-Omnly. For Dlntrlci Attorney, JAP. McOAIN, of Y tnihlll County. Member Board of Equalization, t a GIBSON, of l'olk County. MARION COUNTY. F0B8TATK 8ENA rolUJ-rl. D i alUr...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 April 1894

" ksSsSsssMI EELIGION AT HOME AN ELOQUENT SERMON PREACHED AT THE BROOKLYN TABERNACLE. II cv. Dr. Tnlmngo fellows Tliat Rollcloua Orntlturtn Should First Ho Demonstrated In tho Family Circle The night Trnln IiiK I'or Children. Brooklyn, April 15. Iu tlio f,Teafc rjuvllr-uco which nssombled iu tho Brook -I711 Talx'inaoluthis forenoon -vero many f miip i Rev. Dr. Tnlmngo choso for llu- bu'tject ot his hermon "Houio Kelt-n-.n," tnkinjr his text from Luko viii, !J0, "Return to thiiio own honso mid bIh-w how great things God hath doiio unto theo. " After a ilorco and shipwrecking night Christ and his disciples aro climbing up tho slaty shelving of tho beach. How pleasant it is to fetand on solid ground nfter having been tossed so long on tho billows! White tho disciples aro con gratulating each other pn their marino t capo out from a dark, deep cavern on tho Gadoi-euo hills thero is something bwiftly and terribly advancing. Is it an apparition? Is it a man? Is it a wild be.ist? It ia n mm...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 18 April 1894

in lilMimn lUWIilBUli IWMIMUMIHB illMM I Ml IBll (IW BIWHIM llIIPllliiiliWlfflr 1 -mr cv r It' I"1 SPRING MILLINERY! Swiss Feather-Weight Sailors Onlv 50 cents at Mrs. S. C. Reed's. Children's Trimmed Sailors Only 25 cents at Mrs. S. C. Reed's. Ladies Pretty Trimntfd flats Only $l.oo at Mrs. 5. C. Reed's. Children's Pretty Trimmed Hats from I 50c to $l.oo at ' Mrs S G Reed's WHERE IS THE BOND MONET 7 waa Bung and the convention waa de clared adjourned. Chicago Sailor Hats, Assorted Colors j for 19 cents at MRS.S.C, REED'S, LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR TO close out at from 25cts to $1.00 each garment worth three times the price at MRS. S. C. REED'S. LADIES' MUSLIN nnd CAMBRIC Niaht Gowns, worth from $1.50 to$3.00, will close them out for from 5()cts to $1.00 at MRS. S. C. REED'S. HIGH CLAS8 WORK in PICTURE FRAMING Keller - 5 Sons They carry a line prices nro always stock and agreeable J. L. MITCHELL & CO., nsu ranee. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dw LITTLE- LO0AL8. Putronlzo the Marlon co...

Publication Title: Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Capital journal. — 19 April 1894

fSwwy? y jt, r-v x- "v ,. t - V -- t ... y. ' ;i THE 1 O T DAILY 2G Ots a. Month by Isdall Prepaid In Advanoe Mo Papers sent whan. Time Is Uui $:$.0 h Year. CAP! jL AJu ADVERTISERS Tlta Journal has Lftrgsr CIp. culatlonin Salem and Marion County than any Salem newipa lnr. Bee our Hit. TJOFKK XJROS rnl)lNher. NA.L. iil Tfff "J VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM, OREGON, T1IUKSDAY, APRIL ID, JL94. J)AILY EDIITION. NO. 90 - IOUK F. J. 1 Nothing Fits a Man so Well as His Skin," Next k to tliat is . RASF LD'S MA See Samples in the Window. Nfw Spring Novelcies. Fishing Tackle! :-: New "line Just received.. 20 gross of celebrabted ALLCOCK FLIES Juat received direct from England. Cane poles 5o each, new line of Baby Carriages at very low prices. No trouble goods. Brooks :-: DO YOU The impurtince of saving a few well, we can save them Bedroom Or in fact Furniture A. Buren k Son., Fruits ! .NOW Call and see them. J. RUBINSTEIN, $16 SP RING SUITS 1 nade ing and Repairing. W. SETTLEMIEItl H. BETTLEMI...

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 April 1894

hfi a lr- RBI' THE CAI'lTAl JOIML. xanxAatiKD dajux, sxbkn bunim.. t BT THB Capital Journal Publishing Company Poctomoe Hloik. .OotnmercUI Street. JVKT& fin HOFER BROTHERS, Editors. Iwilly, by currier, per month,. Dally, by moll, per year Weekly, 8 pages, per year, -jaeo lo BEPITBLICAST TICKET. STATE TICKET. .For (Jovflninr W P.lrd, of Utrioa county, Kor Secretary or btate II. 11. Kincaid, of lane county. Jfor State Treasurer Phil. MeUchan, f Grant county. jror Supreme Judgo-C. E. Wolverton, of Xitnn county, , For Attorney -'JmcralO. M. Idlernan, cf Multnomah, , For buperuitendenj CO Jtnbl'lc Instruction G.il. lrwld$fc)t Unlon,j ., ForSUta .Printer W. H.XeeO, of Jackson. FIRST CONUHESIONAD DIST. For JiepresentaUvB in Coireis. BINCIKll UKitilANN. THIRD JUDICIAL' DISTRICT. For Circuit Judr, II. IL Hi WOT. of Llnu County. For District Attorney, 'JAM. McCAIN, of YunnlU County. Member Board of Equalization, H. U. Q1U80N, of Folk County. MAltlOX fiOUiSIY. FOUHTA 1 B SENA roittf-I. 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. — 19 April 1894

rTT" e ODDS AND ENDS. Professor Garnersaya that gorillas do not converse with chimpanzees, Three out of tho first four presidents of the United States married widows. Workmen in Italy wear beards as a rule, owing to the cost.of shaving. The jeweler's wheel was employed by Qreek artisans in cutting cameos lrom agate. Daring Victoria's reign India has coin ed 2,000,000 in gold and 200,000,0(JO in tdver. Don't growl because it's raining. If it tos dry weather, you might get sun ttruck. It is computed that 1,000 cattlo givo 07 tons of beef and 1,000 sheep 12 J tons of mntton. The Chinese claim to have possessed the art of enameling metals from at least 2000 B C. All tho glaciers in tho Alps would not equal in size one of tho largest in tho territory of Alaska. Since the dawn of human lifo Mada gascar lias been inhabited by nt least 12 species of gigantic birds. An advertisement in a Chicago paper describing a lost dog stated that tho ani mal has a gold capped tooth. There are in the wor...

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 April 1894

jTim v - T "- T-'t 'WHpp"" : m Njf ft C it u V if I -ii. ;iia2. ,j ,UW r-. "T .rtt-. !- L-i SPRING tsst MILLINERY ' SWiss Feather-Weight Sailors- -r0n!y 50 cents at ' -, Mrs. S. C. Real's; :i.A Children's Trimmed Sailors Only 25 cents at Mrs. S. C. ReeCs. Ladies Pretty Trintnrcd flats Only fl.oo at Mrs. 5. C. Reed's. Children's Pretty Trimmed Hats from J 50c to $1.oo at Mrs S C Reed's Chicago Sailor Hats, Assorted Colors, for. 19 cents at M RS, S. C. REED'S. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR TO ' , close out at from 25cts'to $1.00 each garment; ' worth three times the price at MRS. S. C. REED'S. ,. , LADIES' MUSLIN and CAMBRIC Night Gowns, worth from $1.50 to 3.00, will close them out for from 50cts to $1.00 at MRS. S. C. REED'S. HIGH CLASS WORK PICTURE) FRAMING at Keller & Sods They carry n fluo Block and prices are always agreeable. J. i. 3IXTQIIELL & CO., nsii ranee. HOLMAN BLOCK, SALEM, Or. dw LOOAL CALENDER. May 4, Frfday Republican county convention at Dallas, LITTLE LOCALS. Th...

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 April 1894

Vr t. a THE I 0 T tf AILY EG Ots a Motirh by Moll Prepaid In Advance No Papers sent -whan Time Is Out. $3.O0 a Year. ADVERTISERS ,Th Journal 1ii a larger Cir culation In Salem and Marion County than-any Salem newipa pnr. Ben our lift. tlOFEK UUOB rubltiher. VOL. 7. DAILY EDITION. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 20,.JU94. DAILY EDITION. NO. 01 JOURNAL. uArl JL XJlJLj i. h fc 9 W f if All' V Alii LJ t t TT uUUU !neiiewiorKnaeKet Is receiving goods of different kinds, almost daily and keep up a good line of Laces, Lace Curtains, Embroid eries, Ribbons, Windsor Ties, Teck Ties, Veiling, Threads, fancy Hairpins, Pocket Knives, A.prons, Towels; Table Damask, Table ;Oilcloth, Curtains, La dies' and. Gents' Suimut r Vests, Gents' Pants, Negli- gee a' d White Shirts. Of excellent quality; and our line of THE HATS ST. LOUIS. Can't be surpassed for 25 per cent, below the on all lines. Fishing Tackle! :-: New lino just received. 20 gross of celebrubted A.LLC0CK FLIES Just received direct from Engl...

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 April 1894

"nr."""' w, 'yamjirmiQm- F ?' K ? $r- ia ig 11 K$f II ft h I I! . .tbobi. My friend thoughtlessly boaght one. Hebrougb;lt borne with blin, aad then loldme wbat be did with ll He had lo bide it from bla sou, a Id ol eight or nlneyeara aodwasall tbetltm afraid LeVould find It. Tlien he began lo tbink'of his friends, to wboinof then( lie iwild snow If. He coJd no" ' l,l..b r,rnna .infl he tltlt the Dlcttire V to the fire. There was no beauiy in II ! Vou pick up a poem, it Is of perfect rhythm of seemingly correct senti ment and full of lofty simile, but everywhere In Itycu feel the flrt tr make Bomething fine and beautiful and see no trace of honest earnest purpose for good touches .vou. It Jaraon youi sense of the beautiful a doa ihe lustful picture. And us for the ''realistic" poems,trueto nature ao-called, sensual isllo should I call them? one would tx eo far from namfrij? them aa beaniifui that be would gladly agree wllbJ. Itussell Lowell In lila scattering criti cism of some such ...

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 April 1894

T' " V n-f t v p "sp; "? "" "," SpSllSllSf PERSONAL GOSSIP. Allen Q. Thurman is spending hi i eightioth ycnr in reading Frencji novels. Rev Oseur Leibor Mitchell is the first colored imtn who has 'taken the order of tm Protestant Episcopal church in Bos f .it. Tuo Iufuuta Enlalia U in Paris with 'it? children, while her husband. Don A'ltonio, is oil to Monto Carlo trying to hi ak the bank. TIip king of Italy has conferred theor dt i of Sts Maurice and Lazarus on Sir Joseph Lister. M. Pasteur and Professor Rudolph Virchow. Herr von Blumencoril of Vienna it prdb.ibly the oldest editor in the world. He is 00 years of ago and goes regularly every day to his office. Henry Ctist, M. P., the editor of Wal dorf Astor's Pair Mali Gazette, is agret t society man and counted as one of tho most promising young men in the house of commons. TRAGEDY. AND COMEDY. Wlint Ntw Voili li.i.trtcr round Out on !IU Strang,. .itMtlgiiineiit. It win Sunday evening, about 0 by the clock, and the usual calm of ...

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 April 1894

rr' 'tJWTWT J$"mWIF2FW!9ii ft I is h R. i ? v ' (i h SPRING Swiss Feather-Weight Sailors Only 50 cents at Mrs. S. C Reed's. Children's Trimmed Sailors Only 25 cents at Mrs. S. C. Reed's.. P- ladies Pretty Trimmed flats lb Only $l.oo at Mrs.S. C. Reed's. Children's Pretty Trimmed Hats from a 50c to $1.oo at- r (Ghlcago Sailor Hats, Assorted. Colors, for 19 cents at MRS.S.C, REED'S, LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR TO -close out at from 25cta to $1.00 each garment) worth three times the price at MRS, S. C. REED'S. LADIES' MUSLIN and CAMBRIC Nuht Gowns, worth from 1.50 to 3.00, will close them out for from 50cts to $1.00 at MRS. S. C. REED'S. HIGH CLASS WORK ln PICTURE FRAMING Keller 5 Sods They carry n flnoBtock aud prices are always agreeable. J. L. MITCHELL & CO., nsu ranee. HOLMAN BLOCK. SALEM, Or. ilw LOOAL CALENDER. May 4. Friday Republican county, convention at Dalian. LITTLE LOOALB. Mrs. T. H. Reynolds enmo up from Portland last evening for a short visit . Mrs. R. 8. Wallace returne...

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 April 1894

tfumKyTp-v' - wr -" FlIE X C T DAILY SG Ots a Mdrxtti ty B4atl prepaid In Advunoi fsio Papera sent whan Tims Is out. $3.00 a-Year. CAPITAL JOURNAL. ADTEKTISEHS Th Journal has a Larger Olr. caUllon In Salem and Marlon County than any Salem newsjm per. Bee our lists. HOFKR BROS 1'ubUshers. VOL. 7, DAILY EDITION. 8ALEM OREGON SATURDAY, APRIL 1 lb94. DAILY EDITIOlST. NO. 9a Nothing Fits a Man so Well as His Skin," Next . to tliat is BRASFIELD'S TAILOR INDUSTRIALS 4ND PROTECTIONISTS IS MADE CLOTHING! , ' See Samples t in the Window. All New Spring Novelcies. Prices Low. Sweeping Down Upon the Capital. KELLY MAY MOVE BY WAGON euate towards delegations visiting Washington Tor the purpose of Influ encing legislation, and bad direct bear ing upon the Coxey movement. It is understood Colonel Bright acts uuder meaaviceor me senate couimlttce on rules. THE MINERS' GREJT STRIKE! Or He .May Travel by Water to Kansas City. Fishing Tackle! :-: BJBND TO GET TO WASHINGTON. Au Extrcnio War Measure Pop...

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 April 1894

''"WsraBrytfggir V ". f & -f, !V Hfe" aarl b ettaer m k. Henamr ifeerafcfegaf tbasgi aarf fcs WWt WWgliWB Wfa wwuewrp -' j-, . . j u i-iat f the Sa&iag at vwryi .. miws hws, w " e , - nmmr Ifettfawgfc. ?. file a 'MfaatgeflMaae let, to tm && ?mMj. are T "rfrj: wmhu """ . ,iZT hmw.Pow.- ri 9t Bta3, J P5S WW jjwss - . . -. --. fb -Ti T7, 1.Z BKHrK -T ... ! - . ' nr lb: VUOJIJIWP" !". .!. .-...- Jft. a.lur.l''' v ' .& . j. "TxT.rZl .TrjT .- ,"H"B"' emc w --. - -; , ,w. , .,LL 7 7fe al r j-4 J fcrtB is-f aay ser!. a . lb : aU.ioje ? thy beseej." Bat S X afcse, K w; be that voweotae weald like to feave jr fear ward ai8t 0 fcis4rsce to IbeiKMBfsgreffeeae'jrlatA lbeiIcf Ittzrelattttera Avtnz. Opwa & of tfeese Wodrancee, ao imptrfci 3uvW9 aad &'? ynsuhx CbfU: liaijy. ir&leb la Jarilu pla of tsebjtet. Sal Hete re other, bll 1 A pees&le bisdraoee tn lbe oxBlnjjof , real waotjr aSanai I J He jsmsS-s of the form fbmaly,fbs uaiwurd ana fc&toceof lb lesser 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. — 21 April 1894

p,iy-,'wv,j5j 5 TOO MUCH. A Sldcsliowman Discusses Home of tlio Drawback to Ills lluslncsa. "I bin hundlin freaks for nigh onto 20 year," eaitl the eidesliowinan, "an I must nay I jUt cum in from atrip what caused mo more worrhnent than 'any I ever had. Tho freaks I had this time didn't do a thing but lay awake nights tryin to think up new schemes to make me baldhead ed. They was beefin tho hull time, an I'm dod rotted glad I got rid of 'em. "That.there only genooine mormaidof mine," he continued reflectively, "she was tho darndest I over see. They was no satisfyin her. I give her the best they was to bo, had and paid her her salary reg'lar every Tuesday mornin, but there was never a time but what she had a kickcomln. Down in Beloit, O., Iiad my last racket with her, an I up an give her the bounce. She sent word for mo, to cum in where she was bein shown that day, an I went iu. An what do you think she wanted?" No guesses were hazarded. "Well," the sideshowman said, "sho tol mo that...

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 April 1894

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