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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 2 February 1889

V j'l I'.-rtr1, jjAj.jvTUijL'xCTwx: r ffig LEGISLATURE. i ' eaaf"JHnrrnTii wrmm an 1 Everything is Hushed Monday Next. Until Both Honscs Will Assemble Then at 2 O'clock P. 31. HOUSE. FRIDAY I. M. SESSION. Paulsen moved to suspend the rules and take up second reading of bills ; lost. T1IIKD HEADING OF BILLS. Harrington, to provide for the sat isfying of mortgages by affidavit ; passed Northup, to amend Hill's code relating to conveyances ; passed. Geer, to repeal an act relating to vagrants ; passed. Hume, toameud Hill's CodoTelat iug to punishmentforstealiugstock ; passed. Harringfon, to amend sees. 3292 and 3290 of Hill's code ; passed. Ladd, to amend Hill's code relat ing to tho Oregon National Guard ; passed. Powell, to regulate limiting or tho killing of game on enclosed lauds ; passed. Earhart. to amend Hill's code re lating to the salaries of treasurers ; passed. Kupton, that the rules be suspend ed that he could oiler an amend ment increasing 'the salarv of the treasurer of M...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 2 February 1889

7 K 1' & i COULDN'T PACE THE MUSIC. .Society Loses a Shining Member Left IJctwccn Two Days. Social and business circled were not a little surprised this morning to learn that a youm? Commercial street dry goods and notion man hud suddenly sold out his stock of goods und taken a hasty retreat by last night's train, for California. Such was the announcement, which is substantiated by the cold, hard facts. The departed has for a good many years been a resident of Salem, where he moved among the "upper ten," with low necked shoes and cutaway vest. He conducted a pop ular business, which brought many of tho best ladles of the capital city in contact with him. It seems that in all things he has not been con ducting himself as would a gentle man bred and born. Gathering clouds have been thicker growing and downpours on several occasions have been averted but by timely in terference. Respectable ladies were loth to havo their names used in connection with his disreputable deeds and the ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 4 February 1889

X f , t 1 r ' il CAPITAL V i m VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., MONDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1SS9. NO. 2SO. JOURNAL. KEAIESTATE. Real Estate Bargains. J1.C0O ICO acres, 0; miles from 0 &C de pot. Uood house, barn and ?iJ! Fenced. ondKincul- 2,000 80 acres, 4 miles from Salem. . .. Good road to toira. Improve- $5,190 8b acres , Ju miles from Salem. No buildings. Splendid land, all fenced. Make a desirable home. ?2,500 CO acres 4 miles from Salem. Im provements good. Fine young .., orchard, and garden land. W.180 190 acres, 7 miles from Salem. Hill land, finely watered. Sell In lots of 40acre tracts at 825 per acre. Excellent grass and fruit land, nolnlne Willamette rlier. Will sellln tracts. S1.375 51acres,4 miles ofSalem. House, barn and orchard. Largesprlng at the door. Good soil, and plenty of timber. 2,40Q I20acrcs, 5 miles of Salem; good roadj well Improved; stream running through the place. J60.00 400 acres (4 miles west side O A O It R J good house, barn and orchard, 120 in cultivation, bal ance...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 4 February 1889

ff-gypwHMMu w;tptwyvwyB'lW'WiPKWy;ifl p " lu..imi iiiiimnLjgruwiB,waaj'mrnuiJuijp Tf :tvtt B, EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, FEB. 4, 1889. runMsiiEP -EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. I T1V THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. I irtconroKATF.n Utllcc, Torncr Court and Mbcrv Streets TKItMS OK HUUSCIlirriOM. DAILY. One year, by mall.-- Sfj .six month, by mall-. 2 00 Threo months by mail 1 Per week delivered by currier 15 WEEKLY. Ono year 51 W Six months . '' One year. If wild for In advance, 1 (JO Six month, " " " 60 tfa-l'cwtninstcrs nro niitlionzed to re eclvo subscription. ira-Knlcrort us second-class mutter at the Snluin.Oi-oxon.FoHtolIIcc, Juno 21, 1898. c? W. If., If YAKS -CLAKK l(. IKVINK Editor Manager. avi: must manijfactuhi:. In tlio settlement of new coun tries it becomes plainly apparent that one or two producing .citizens arc worth u vast deal more than several wealthy idlo spendthrifts. A. small mill turning out not over a , hundred dollars worth of desired material daily...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 4 February 1889

I OUR PEN PICTURES. Short Skctjhcs of. Qup Law Makers And Promincnti;Mcn. HON. D. P. THOMPSON. Mr. Thompson Is a republican representative from Multnqmah county. He is one of Portland's leading business men and also pres ident of the Commercial National Bank. Mr, Thompson was born in Ohio, November 8, 1833, and landed in Oregon in the year 1854. His eirly occupation was blacksmithlng. Since then he has been surveyor and civil engineer oy profession, and now a banker. Mr. Thompson re ceived a common school and high school education in his native town, Cadiz, Ohio. He also learned his trade at the same place. Mr. Thompson is ti very popular poli tician and has held some very hon orable positions. Among them are governor of Idaho Territory, state senator from Clackamas county in 18GS and '70, twice mayor of Port- laud, presidential elector in 1884, and is now representative in the legislature. He is also in the en gineer corps of Gen. Jacob Blickens dorflbr, now chief engineer of the U...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 4 February 1889

w ,f i h i iggttarrrraati lii ! CAPITAL CITY NEWS . Recital of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over llio City nml News From the Country. The Stale Institution. The penitentiary now lias au en rollment of 284. Warden McKin non thinks the roll may possibly reach U00 by spring, as there are many prisoners awaiting trial throughout the state. Superintend ent Downing hus just completed the construction of a new iron fence in front of tho buildings, which adds much to the looks of the institution. The gate of tho fence is opened and closed by hydraulic pressure, the operator being the look-out on the tower 225 feet distant. It works satisfactorily and closes rapidly. In tho spring Mr. Downing proposes having tho gardens laid oft" in an artistic manner and will have ilowors to cheer the vision. Declared A Nuisance. The old warehouse, or stable prop erly calling It. that stood on Trade street has been declared a nuisance, and Is being removed to tho alley between ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 5 February 1889

JOURNAL. VOL. 1 SALBM' QR- TUESDAY FEBRUARY 6, 1SSO. NO. 2R7 i 4-H kj t f d I i. T 1 M m yrwn m Real Estate Bargains. 81,e0O..i) aCrcs imllesfromo JtCde- POt. Cood hOUSe. hnrn nrS tlw5So FeaCCd' an'ncSl. -sj acres. 4 mil. S2,000 5,490 2,600. ,180. 110,800- Good iH .'""."'""? "em. ""Nh"?! mlIes m Salem. Jp buildings. Splendid land SrchnrdrnS-nue to kits of 4kicre tracts at $23 per '"XLte're?: 31,375 51ncrcs,4 milei ofSnlem. House. barn and orchard. LarResprlng H' door. Good soliana of timber. . . - js, 5 miles of Salem; good read: well Improved; stream Bono ronhlnethrouRnthopWe. m 860,00 jMncra (4 mllci west side O " v V JS00 nouse, Darn and orchard, 120 In cultivation, bal- ance oak grub pasture landl S800 10 acres, 1 mllo from Salem, ad. Joining fair ground. Good land; luiviuicilivuu. tapy Is a corporation duly organized and operated under the laws ot the State or Oregon. It began business In March.IlSSS, wllha capital stock of $20,000. .40 acres. 5 miles Salem; all In cultivation;...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 5 February 1889

ftjgt"JUULaUffJJiJLIJlJaaJUAll.lBrSLLMU.llJWLUMa.JLBW?n rBB3J.1HlJBLUWfllltf TaiJLBroiyjMMyjMW0tJlJ J JIIMM !'i '. l.?,i m 3 w. m ' m V"P- EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEB. C, 1889. l'um.isiiKO EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. 11Y THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. I, INCORPORATED Olllce, Comer Court am'. Liberty Street? TERMS OK SURSCRIPTION,. ' DAILY. Ono year, by mall - 3 00 six months, by mnll 2 CO Three- months by mr.ll 1 25 Per week ilellvcicil by cnrrler . 15 WJ'.KKJjY. Uno year U fiO Six months 73 Ono year, If paid for In advance, 1 (Xi Six months, " " " CO JBB-l'pst musters nro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. .PS-Entered as hceond-class matter nt tlio Snlem.Oregon. rostotllco, Juno 21, 18s. W. II. HYAItS -(JliAltK It. IKVIXR Editor MiiunsiT. TOtVN RUIL1JEIW. Now is tho time for our people to do whut they will townrda establish ing u woolen mill here. Although jjomo object to contributing to establish business in their town, yet wo might as well bo out of the worl...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 5 February 1889

u THE LEGISLATURE. Big Appropriation Bills and More are Proposed. SEW BILLS IN THE HOUSE. Second and Third Headings Occupy the TimeofTlio Two Bodies. SENSATIONS AilE EXTIICTED. referred Code; When Some, ot tlio Special Committees Mnko Their Keports, SENATE. MONDAY 1. St. SESSION. The following bills were intro duced : By Watts. To appropriate for en tire expenses of the legislature; read thieo times and passed. Gray. I'or reduction of rates of pilotage; commerce. Cogswell. Requiring county clerks to make au abstract of votes cast for circuit courts and forward same to secretary of state. Wager. To require county war rants to be cancelled after soven years from date of issuance; claims. Committee on commerce reported favorably on Hamilton's bill for im provement of a wagon road from Heppner to Monument with amend ments; engrossed. Cauthorn. To allow J. B. Lee, P. Avery and,Jolm Burnett to con struct a brldgo across the Willam ette river at Corvallis; commerce. Stanley. To empower the...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 5 February 1889

i nini tts nsm K CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Heciial of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City anil From lho Country. News How rorlland Was Named. It Is not generally known how tbo city of Portland received her namo and the following note was related to u Jouiinal reporter la$t evening by Chas. Hellcnbrand. A man by tbe name of Frank Pettigo and bia partner took up a claim where Port land is now located. When a small settlement was started the question uroso as to what It should be called. Mr. Pettigo Insisted on naming It after his native town Portland, Me., but his partner insisted on some other name. The matter was settled by tossing1' up a coin, and Pettigo was the lucky man, therefore they named it Portland. HE WAS AN INSANE MAN. Dearborn The Drugged Man Taken to the Asylum. Howard Snccnmbs. Frank Howard, the desperate five year convict who cut his hand off to avoid work, has relented and now says that as soon ns he is able ho will go to work. His arm i...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 6 February 1889

i"P. -', - r rfl CAPITAL JOURNAL W A. 'aaV m?nnanSBaK I i. IfHHIl yClHMB3 v)HflKKKEtiv!i9"4f VOL. l. - SALEM, OR,, WFDNESDAY FEBRUARY 6, 1S89. NO. 2SS. ' T"W-- - m- . - W .-!- ' a i nun ii iiiiiiii iim i i i i ii I 1 A t -i p, Ji lIiOJIiUUiUAlJO. OUIU'RN PICTUUKS. me uregon m mm J1600. house. half mile For Sale Jor Rent. in good location and custom on! lie irom Btnvtnn ai. "i'.?ne: - r tiou in uprna r gooa Doitom (and, suitable for hems 10 acres in cultivation, the rest brush Pan.? Onrtwn good noli, nflce miCO. Addres? J awfoja,Stayon,Oreeon. d'nl' HOWARD BROTHERS General House Moving, Raising and Repairing. Work promptly done at reasonable rates Orders ilett at Cat-itai. Joubjiai. office rlil receive attention. Ml-tf LATEST BRO'S, Have movd their meat mort from 300 Commercial street, to 9i Court street nere they invlteaU their customers and friends to call ond'see them. They guar antee all their meats, etc.. as represented Jf you want nhlce. roast, steak, pork or any IJ1'"? IP Irst...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 6 February 1889

.M.uxniiMHMMUlMLMJMMllJllJLMllMMJWJUIItlgMm aimiTJiiujummmiMiiUMMmiiKvaMVJiu.itfmiuunumia'imiUMia Ik EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, FEB. G, 1889. PUnLISHKD EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. I ItY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. lINCOItl'OltATKD Office, forner Court and Mbertr Streetr' TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION;. DAILY. Ono ycnr, by mall X5 00 Six moiithi. by mall 2 fiO Thrcu months by mail 1 2 Per weclc delivered by currier. 15 wnnKi.Y. Ono year SI TO Mix months 75 Ono year, If paid for In ndvnncc, 1 00 Six months, " ' " CO UTS-Postmasters oro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. 3-Kntcred as second-class matter at tho Salem.Orecon, l'ostolllco. June 21. 1888. W. If. BYARS -JLARE H. IRVINE Editor Manager. UNAVOIDAHLK DKLAY. The Journal expected to bo en larged the first of tho present month hut tho now material ordered from tho East hns failed to connect. We will "got thcro till tho same," and very soon. KNCOUltAGING. Cardinal Gibbons addressing the alx hundred and twenty-eight ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 6 February 1889

jS " SSIjmb.. . TftTl THE LEGISLATURE. The Governor Vetoes the Port land Witer Bill. THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. What Is It, Where Is It, and Why Is It? SENATE. TUESDAY P. 31. SESSION. Hilton, To constitute the gover or, secretary of state and state treas urer a board of portago railway com missioners with power to construct a portage railway between Celio and The Dalles; referred to delegation from counties adjacent. Steel, To establish a state board of horticulture; agriculture. Cauthorn, Amend Corvallis charter; engrossed. Chandler, To require railroad companies to equip engines with automatic air brakes. Stanley, Allowing all owners of placer mining claims to operate the same. Moore, To amend Eanier charter; corporations. Wait, To amend an act to auth orize construction of a bridge across the Willamette river between Port laud and East Portland; commerce. Sinclair, To permanently locate county scat of Coos county; count ies. House bill by Paquet providing- assessment blanks for sc...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 6 February 1889

tBMMJBJM)BajMMltMpIMMIBI11BM11, fifiikl i f l f tt .T CAPITAL CITY NEWS. THE IJOAUD Rccilal of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. OF TRADE. THE STORY OP A STONE. W. C. T. IJ. COLUMN. H 1 FTT IT T I J JT 1 TTMmT , " J i ft umiinjuimuiiijjijill Happenings Over the City and From tlio Country. News The Teachers' Institute. Tlio Teachers' local Institute for tlio south part of Marlon county will bo held at Turner on Saturday Feb. Oth at 10 a. in., when tho fol lowing subjects will be discussed : Reading, by H. H. Savage ; History, by J. B. Early of Macleay ; Rhetor ical, by W. T. Van Scoy of Jeffer son Institute. Tho committee on program has asked Mr. Hcckman, a teacher of wide experience, to pres ent his system of credits. No teach er in this vicinity can afford to miss this. As a committee from tho local in the north part of tho county is to be psesent, a full attendance is desired. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting Election of (Hikers. Ther re Coming. Messrs. Studd and Bu...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 7 February 1889

CAPITAL VOIsrli SALEM, OR,, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7, 1889. NO. SO. MISCELLANEOUS. JOURNAL. .WSsisr towkRjBHRsT ?- For Sale Jor Rent. S1G00. Also iss. J. dw-lm. A two-run erlst. mill nn j. , house, In good location and custom. onS 7B acres of half mile from Stavtnn good bottom land, suitable for hops. To feres in culUvaUon, the rest brush And ?mrf - vavfcwu, HOWARD BROTHERS DO General Hons.e Moving, Raising and Repairing. Ita top U CiDiv 1 IS,,a SSS dn bTand 0PeratCd Und" tb the State or Oregon. It began business in March, 1SSS, with a capital istock of 120,000. Work promptly dono ot reasonable rates Orders :left at Capital Jouhnai. office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BRO'S. Have moved thoir meat market from 300 Commercial street, to W Court street, nuuu luojr luYiicuivueir customers ana friends to call and sea them. They guar nnteo all their meats, etc. as represented If you want a nice roast, steak, pork or any t?,'",?in flrst class meat market, call on West Bro's., M Court str...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 7 February 1889

' ' Wf ' V T VnriYT t-. y?" jr,v'15rniS,,,kpi,.JJpl.J?rOTW WjW. .,jn7 K i 'o, 1. , fc w ' !!, lllBMWMJJIUUWg EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1889. PUMLISIIED , EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. llNCOKPOItATKD Offlce, Tomer Court and Liberty Strcett' WHOSE FAULT? TUHMH OF tfUHSCKIFTIONl. DAILY. Ono year, by mall 5 fcO Hlx month", by mall 2 CO Thrco months by liir.ll 1 !i ler wcelc delivered by currier 15 WEEKLY. Ono year SI CO Hlx months . 75 Ono year, if paid for In advance, . 1 OO Six monthH, " " " CO as-l'rinmnsters nro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. JTB-Enlered as'second-cfass matter nt the Saleni.Oregon, I'ostotllcc, JUno 21. 1888. W. ,11. BYARS -CIjAKB B. IRVINE . Editor Manager. NOTK THIS. The Manchester, New Hnmpshlre, Mirror groans over the decline in the Santa Fe railway stock, from $110 down to 79, a loss of over for ty, millions mostly tothk people around its vicinity, mariy of whom were poor people coiripuratively, as it wa...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 7 February 1889

""tHE liHGlSUTUKfe." Both Houses Hear Setond Readings and Reports. BEQINN1KO TO WORK RAPIDLY. They Sec tlio End Approaching Are in a Hurry. and A11U3AM ON T1IU WANE. Thoy Begin to Call These The Last I)nj of the Session, "When the House was called to ortter Thursday morning several members moved to reconsider cer tain bills and amendments that had been lost on yesterday. Mr. North up gained the lloor and said: "Mr. ripeaker I would gladly favor the re consideration of the bills, etc., w ere it not for the fact that the session is now drawing to a close and we have important measures that should bo considered before we ad journ. But if we go on and fool away our time we will accomplish little tnat wo. should do, therefore I move you that we do not recon sider any bills anu tnat have been lost." That was a very good bill that passed the Senate jthis jnormhg to allow Safe Dejto$t companies ia act a's trustees, administrators, guard ians and assignees. A largo amount of property of heir...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 7 February 1889

t I' If I. w l ficwnfartM CAPITAL CITY NEWS. lltcital of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over tho City and News From the Country. For I'abllc Health. Citizens justly complain of tho llltby condition of several alleys and parts of streets. There is too much carelessness on the part of some in dumping refuse of business houses into alleys. As no hogs run nt large wo must be our own scavengers. How do you think it Impresses a stranger to see ponds of green, slime covered water right along some of our busiest pavements? Yet there are such. Let all the waters bo drained off. One small pond of the kind has served to give disease to a whole neighborhood. As so many tens of thousands of visitors are now coming it is well to brush up and put our best foot foremost. w Go to that meeting to-night. We are assured of tho mill when we raise $20,000. Fooled toe Jailer. Shackelford, tho venerable horse doctor is perhaps as big a nuisance as is permitted to inhale pure ozo...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 8 February 1889

V ' ' -flS?"" tt!(sr CAPITAL JOURNAL. i 4 & '1 JBBBBBBBfcTifffjiiyMBBff VOL. 1. HISCELLANEOOS. For Sale or Rent. $1600. A two-run Krit mlq and dwellln bouse. In godd location and cuX "fie hair mile from Stayton. Also t i?'?nj EUUU UU.IAJlll 1UI1I1. IIIITIIM. n 1 a f crra iu'ctiiution. the t braftM tlmhei: good soil, jprlce l$li:o. Dttuiuiu,oMtjwa( urejjon, SAIrfEM' R-. FRIDAY FEBRUARY S, lio U Company 1SS9. NO. 200. A 1 - - ""V , rtibo ia noma rir ..ii..t- u. ouiuiuie ior Addres. J. dtf-lm. HOWARD BROTHERS1 Do fieneral House MoTiag, Raising' anJ irinj. ,york promptly done at reasonable rates. Ordere :left at Cai-raz. Jotmif At office will receive attention. Ml-tf TTftve moved their meat market from 300 II' Commercial street, to 91 Court street, where they invite all their customers and incuua vu uuii una Bee mem, rney guar antee all their meats, etc.. as represented If you want a nice roast, steak, pork or any thing in first class meat market, call on ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. T...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 8 February 1889

rtp hamniranni EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL FBIDAY, FEB. 8, 1889. ruiiiasHKi) EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. 11V TJIE Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCOltPORATFD Olllce, Tomer Coart and Liberty Street?" TERMS OK HUIISCRIPTIOM,. DAILY, Ono year, by mull !5 00 Hlx months, by mnll 2 50 Three months by nmll 1 U Per week delivered by carrier 10 WKEKIiY. Ono year SI BO Hlx months ) Ono year, If paid for In advance, J 00 Six months, " " " 00 tfS-PosUnaiUers nro nuthoiized to ic cclvo subscriptions. ,03-Enlcrcd as second-class matter at the Balem.Oregon, Foitolllco, Juno 31, 1888. W. IF. HYAttS -(JLAKE It. IltVIXE Editor Manager. IIHKAT1IK ritKKI-Y NOW. At last Mrs. Harrison has dc cidrd what dress she will wear at the inaugural ball. Oh, heavens, how wo aro' relieved I And the world of fashion can now breathe easy. Schools for idiots, for Insane, for the dumb and blind aro estab lished, why not have national insti tutes for damphools as well? Or rather homes o tens of thousards of acres, ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
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