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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 8 February 1889

THE LEGISLATURE. Fighting the Big Battle Over Onco More. OVEU THE GOVERNOR'S VETO. That is What tho Senate Does "Bull Ran." With rVXV NEW 1JIXLS PROPOSED. gecondnnd Third Headings Occupy Most Of the Time. SENATE. muday r. 31. SESSION. Tho governor's veto of tbo Port land water bill was taken up as special order and occupied the atten tion of the Senate during tho entire afternoon. It was finally passed over his veto, after much discussion pro and con, by a vote of 6 against to '23 for; Dawson absent, HOUSE. FRIDAY P. M. SESSION. Ralcy, to regulate safe deposit and trust companies; first reading. Watts, for 478 for the relief of Joel J. Hembree; read twice and re ferred, claims. Eakin, for booms on Fall creek, Lane county; first reading. Sinclair, to promote drainage; read twice and referred, agriculture. SECOND READING OP BILLS. Pope, to regulate tho sale of drugs; alchollo trafllc. Parker, to allow Astoria & South Coast Railway company to bridge Young's bay; railways and transp...

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. — 8 February 1889

to' I CAPITAL CITY NEWS. jlecita) of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and From the Country. Avery Preparing to teTe. Frank A. Avery, the man who was Bhot by the lunatic, Corea, Is re covering nicely and thinks ho will bo able to return to his homo in San Francisco next week. He will not bo strong enough to resume his duties as clerk in the chamber of commerce at Tacoma, however Since seeing and talking with Corea, Avery irecly admits that tho lunatic surely did the desperate work. Corea is convalescing rapidly and talks rationally of tho occurrence, and says he remembers it all, but he &b' sure they were going t6 kill him. Corea used to bo around As toria, where he worked . about tho salmon canneries. WI1ERE SPIRITS ARE. SQLp. Some Folks Havo License Have None. and Some A Great Remedy, The most prompt and effectual rculedy fordysentry and severe diar rhoea that resembles what is com monly knowrr as flux Is to take a llttlo pinch of ?Kochel...

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. — 9 February 1889

ir l '!$ TV?Ur ' JOURNAL I El. m. m VOL. 1. . SALEM, QR.( SATURDAY FEBRUARY O, -M ISCEIUNEOUS. """"M' . i MA T i n it uregon mi dpy 1SSO. NO. 201. For Sale or Rent. n good bottom land, suitable for hnt acres in cultivation. ih r i.....ur : timber; nood soli, prJcbJSUca BanfordjStayton, Orccon. 10 Address, J, dw-lm. LONG FACES. HOWARD BROTHERS Beneral House Moving, Raising TV i t nepairiDg. Work promptly donoat reasonable rates. Orders .left at Capital Journal offlce Tylll receive attention. Ml-tf and WEST BRO'S. Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street. 1o 91 Court street, where they invlteall their customers and friend to c 11 and bee them. They guar- unieeaii ineirmeais, etc., as represented If you want a nice roast, steak, pork or any tni'ie In first cla.s meat market, call on ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. The5C ecntlemon have been In the butch. cr business In Salem for a long time and they have built up a reputation to be proud of, as turning out only tho choicest mea...

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. — 9 February 1889

W?" j'iNWPP'WWIfiMiPW r"1 wT '",3PR:r(r t jW rv L' m m ii EVENING CAPiTAL JOURNAL SATURDAY, FE1J. 9, 1889. l-UM.ISIIED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCORI'OKATKI) ODlce, Tomer Court ant Mliertv Streets" TERMS OK SUHSCRIPTION,. DAILY. Ono year, by mull 5 WJ Mix months, by mail $ 60 Threo months by nvr.1I 1 2.) Per week delivered by carrier 15 WEEKLY. Ono yenr .... .... SJ IjO Six months Ouo yeiir. If paid for In udvnnce, J 00 Six months, " " " 3-lostmasters are nuthorizcd to re ceive subscriptions. 3-Enlcrcd as second-class matter at the 8aloni,Orcoa,rostolllcc,Juuoai. 18). W. II. HYAItS -CIjAKG . IliVIXK Ktlitor Manager. OLIVKIl CItYINR FOIl MORE. Every institution supported In the leust by the public is sure to usk for more. The moment the little weak ling is on its feet it begins to reach out, to sco and fecek opportunities, to grow by what it feeds on and by growing to require more. It soon becomes a great elephant which to kill you will not,...

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. — 9 February 1889

I ..I i iii ! M, Kabloof the Ox and the An ox and nn nss dwelt together In the same field, and many of the animals went to them to Inquire about the weather. When the .ox was asked whether the winter was to be open or rlgoroii9 ho invariably replied : 'I cannot say for certain just now please call again." "Tho nss on the contrary, was prompt to reply: "This is going to bo u very, very open wiuter, tho buds will start in February." ur, "Tins is going to be the coldest winter we have had for twenty years, nnu we shall get no spring before June." When the winter was over it was always found that the ass had miss ed it, while the ox had gained fur ther reputation for wisdom by refusing to express an opinion. It thus came about that the ass was spoken of in ridicule and contempt. JIOKAIi. This also includes Wiggins and the Kentucky Goose-Bone. Free Press. The Orange 1'eel. "I'll cat my head if that boy did not throw the orange peel on the sidewalk," said Mr. Grinilug,frovn ing on Oliver ...

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. — 9 February 1889

Hf 4111 lllllfl' BlW3UMil'ug,PB"'"1"" iMU.IIWIM1P3WWBnwWBjB I " . t CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of (he Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and News From the Country. Athtnzim aid Alka-Hesptrlan. There was a very large audience at the halls of the above named societies last night, and an enjoyable even ing was passed In listening to a well prepared program. Meeting was called to order by llalph Moody of the Allai-Hesperiau society. The ilrst on the program was an excell ent and pleasing Instrumental duct jby Misses Edcs and Hughes, aftpr which N. Davis delivered the ad dress of welcome in a few well chosen remarks. "Problem of life." well prepared address by Dr. Cusick, broughtouta number of complimen tary remark?. Following this was au instrumental solo by Miss Pearl Scott. Sho captivated the entire audienco andwas loudly applauded, fluo presldont then called on Hon. 1$. A, Miller, wjio, spoke in a very profound and brilliant manner on J,he subject th...

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. — 11 February 1889

A CAPITAL JOURNAL. VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., MONDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1SS9. NO. 202. MISCELLANEOUS. For Sale or Rent. J1600. A two-run erlit mill nnd dwelllnz house, In good location and custom, on uu vuuujiuu. j5o ,0 ncres or good bottom land, suitable for hops. 10 acres in cultivation, the rest hmh in Umber: good soil, price JJ1K0. Address. J. Sanford, Stayton, Oregon. dw-lm. HOWARD BROTHERS - DO General House Moving, Raising and Repairing. Work promptly done at;reosonable rates. Orders:left at Capitat. Journal office will receive attention, 9-11-tf "WEST BRO'S. Hnvo moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to 91 Court street, where they Invite nil their customers and friends to call and see them. They guar- umuuuu meirmeais, etc, as represented If you want a nice roast, steak, pork or any ining in iirei cinss raeai mantel, can on West Bro's., 91 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen have been In tbe butch er business In Salem for a long time and they have built ...

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. — 11 February 1889

ttlV-- ff,wyw(JTff if J vaswmxM fins. luimLjm.vuiuuiiMiiiMi.iMi.vmm . A If ; W n ') f.v K fi EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, FEB. 11, 1880. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INOOnrOHATKD .Olllce, Coiaer Ctnrt and Mberlj Street?" TERMS OF HUI1SCIUPTION.. daily. One year, by mall 5 WJ Six month", by innll 2 ? Tlireo inontlis by mull. . 1 2o I'cr week dellcred by ciirrler 15 WEEKLY. Ono year . 31 W) Hlx mouths ,.--.-- ,--. . Jo Ono year, if p.Ud for In ndvnnco, 1 CO Six months, " ' " CO A3-lostmatcrs aro authorised to re ceive subscriptions. ,83-Entercd as sccond-claRS matter nt the Saldm.Orcgon, Po-ftoIIlce. .luno 21, 1838. W. 11, UYARS -CUKE It. IKVINE Kditor Manager. IIOMIhTEAD EXEMPTION. Homestead exemptions to a ren Honuble amount uro found to work admirably. Years ngo wheii there xyw no exemption, or a very small onein -several of the old states, the merchants bitterly opposed the prop osition io grant large exemptions. But It was found ...

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. — 11 February 1889

.VTf t-2-6 THE LEGISLATURE. I MV 'TIIM IIIWTTTr NKW AnVUHTlSKMKNTS. vnorifrvHioxAi. c.vnns. UUU PEX PICTURES. sbttoW The Ball Rtin Bill Came op Before the House at Three O'clock. Short Sketches of Oar Law Makers And Prominent Men. Special at 3 o'clock this evening. The greatest crowd of the session is now iu the House, listening to the proceedings iu the matter of the Portland Bull Hun Water Bill." Speculations are now that tho.bill will fail of passage over the Govern or's veto. The light is warm, to say the least. Tho people are with the Governor in a desiro for no exemp tion of tax on bonds. Ou reassembly this afternoon the house passed the following bill: 104. Condon. To amend an Act to support the State University. Passed. IMIILOUVril ITEMS. W r" Kf-MAMS1, STKXOGK.VPHKIS mwm or rtal, etc.; ci.mlitr on ti. "uSSK "n? "?.'-' &G E. Liggit, who has been sick with dropsy, Is better. Ichabod Heuklo is spending a few days in town visiting. Uncle Billy Wyatt has had a bad cold aud i...

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. — 11 February 1889

'iyirr'wjsw',w' V-y 1'iSirTT- ' V """T --? -TwwjTwi-OT"fc 'pvjjjtr?? 7-y!tluwiy'i7.i;rw'Ty'fV1'Wiyf?y,!y"r '" V-W f jpjvn. i. -r jrvi w ? it a J? 1 ft" fe- to ' ' -If 'J- B' I. i E f F' hj. V- Hfc' CAPITAL CITY NEWS. THOSE WOOLEN MILLS. MARION CIRCUIT COURT. kooai, bummmw. . TTm I T T I T Ttt 1 TriTrnT7 IMIAL IM Mil Recital of (he Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over llio City and From tlic Country. News Women Tslte .Notice. The women of Oregon are caution ed to be wary of advertisements and circulars promising work at home, with large earnings. Women far and near have been defrauded by these promises. Either the person forwarding the money gets no answer at all, or the materials and implements sent aro worthless, or the finished work is rejected even If well done, or other obstacles are placed in the way (the object being simply to get rid of her.) The parties advertising make frequent changes of name and address. Women's Associations should give this warning...

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. — 12 February 1889

JOURNAL. VOL. l. - SALEM, QR TUESDAY FEBRUARY MISCELLANEOUS, ag"" . . es5Ss his "MOD Liu uOlllIlliy irood bottom land. sultnhla fnr t, m 1 '-' ulu J VVIJ. I W If acres in cultivation, tun nst hm.h ., Umber, good s6ll, price IJIUO. Address. J, uregon. dw-lm. timber, good soil, pr ftanfora, Stayton, On IwS, 18S9. no. 20a HOWARD BROTHERS DO l General House Moving, ring. Raising and "Work promptly donoat reasonable rates. Orders .lea at Capital Journal office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEJST BRO'S, Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to W Court street. wneremey invite all their customers and friends to call and see them. They guar, an tee all their meats, etc.. as represented Ifyou want a nice roast, steak, pork or any ;h''B In first class meat market, call on West Bra's., W Court street. ONLY SELECT SJOCK KILLED. These goptlemen have been In the butch er business In Salem for a long time and they have built un a remitatlnn t proud of, as turning out only the c...

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. — 12 February 1889

n?7i?r" "tcw TVUtiffS'-r - j . T &. TZftSt ar" ''f!TtwrwT-;v f ,' Y EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEB. 12, 1880. I'UllLISIIED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY HY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. INCOnrOKATKl) OMcc, Tomer Court and Llberf r Streets? TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION!. DAILY. Ono year, by mull... 5 WJ Htx montli, by mull 2 BO Tlirco liiontiis by inr.il 1 2o Per wcelc delivered by carrier 15 WF.KKI.Y. HnA vn.ni ..........SI 50 Six months . S One year, If paid for In advance, 1 00 Hix months, " " " 60 JTS-roitinusters nro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. SrS-Knlcrcd at second-class matter at the Salem, Oregon, 1'ostolllcc. June 21, 1B8. V. II. I1YARS -CIjAUK li. IKVINE Editor Manager. TAXATION. If the people do not think and reason among themselves on all pub lic allUirs, abuses vill develop and grow more and more. In early days taxes were not very high and the assessors were easily evaded, of ten; but now the burden grows .more serious. The question of pub lic revenu...

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. — 12 February 1889

THE LEGISLATURE. Tlicy are Preparing to Hold Night Sessions. THE GOVERNOR SUSTAINED. The Portland Water liill is Knocked Completely Out. THE END APIUIOACIIETII. Much IVork Yet to bo Done Still With Tirst Readings. limy SENATE. MONDAY V. M. SESSION. II. B. 40, to construct wagon road from Chetco to Port Orford ; read third time and passed. H. B. 13, by Crook ; read third time and passed. H. B. 93, by Fell, to build a wagon road from Heppner to Monument ; read third time and passed. H. B. 01, by Maxwell, toaidTilla mook county in the construction of a wagon road from Nehalem to Fuqua toll road ; read third time and passed. Committee on corporations report ed unfavorably on Dawson's bill to regulate foreign corporations doing business in the state ; postponed Unfavorably on Morelock's bill for a public soda springin Linn county; postponed. Favorably on bill to amend McMinnville , Roseburg, Baker City, Hauler, and Jackson ville charters. FIRST READING OP HILLS. Eakin. To provide for the...

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. — 12 February 1889

1. .,,,,,,,i,BSLUALJlUllUnUVlUIViXMJ.UlJMlMl.MaMmMUIULUmXllM. .. CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of (lie Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and News From tlio Country. Should be Pardoned. Confined in the Oregon Stato peni tentiary, for the service of a two year term, Is a man whom tho pros ecuting attorney, sheriff, peniten tiary oillclalB, witnesses for tho pros ecution, and everybody who knows anything of the case loudly affirm is Innocent. Tills is tho mail clerk "Watkins who stands convicted of having abstracted from a registered letter its contents of $340. Mr. Wat kins Is a conscientious man, and during all his years of service in the United States mall department con ducted himself honorably, and his work at all times stood ready for examination. Ho was arrested and taken to prison, charged with the commission of a crime which ho did not commit. At tho time of his arrest ho was running on tho nar row guuge and tho missing letter was supposed to ha...

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. — 13 February 1889

CAPITAL JOURNAL a MM 'I h 1 hr. VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1SSO. NO. 204. MISCELLANEOUS. For Sale or Rent. 31(500. A tiyorun grist mill andtfwelllne house, in good location and custom. onS- holf mltM rmm Ktnvtnn 11a to .L. - good bottom land, suitable for hops, 10 ncres In cultivation, the rest brush And ilmhan tfrsu4 anil nlnn itlixn ,.. Addmu T dw-lm. " iBMMMWMlMin TL A Tin ib unwu m mm 0 1 LONG FACES. HOWARD BftdTJiEfiS RaisWg and -DO . General IlouSe Moving, Repairing Work promptly done at reasonable rates. Orders -lea at Capital iouitNAi. olflca will receive attention. 9-U-tf "WEST BROS. "iVave moved their meat market from 300 H Commercial street, to W Court Btrcet, where they invite tail their customers and friends to call and see, them. They guar antee all their meats, etc.. as represented If you want a nice roast, steak, pork orany thngjln first class meat market, call on West Pro's., i Court street, ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen have been, In Ih...

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. — 13 February 1889

' t W' V ? ' r"' l - i T?"T f?3 ""T J r I'. '4 EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 1889. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCOltPOKATKI) Offlce, Corner Court and Mbert v Streets' TKHMH OK HUUSORUTIONI. 1)AIL,Y. Ono year, by mail -..-.... -5 Wi Hlx month, by mall 2 ffl Thrco months by inr.lb 1 25 Per week delivered by carrier 15 WEEKLY. Ono year - ... ..SI BO Mix months . .. 75 Ono year, If paid for In advance, . 1 00 Six montliH, " " " 50 -83-lostma.stcrs aro authorized to rc celvo subscriptions. B-Kntercd as second-class matter at tho Salcm.OreKon.l'ostoIllco, Juno 21. 1888. f. II. IIYAKS -"CLAHB It. IRVINE Editor Manager. PUIJI.IC INTUUSTH. In 1885 Oregon had bnrcly one hundred nnd ninety thousand peo ple. There is u reason for this slow increase. In tho same length of time the hnrd, stern climate of Neb raska received some live hundred thousand additional souls during which Oregon had received barely twenty thousand The cause of...

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. — 13 February 1889

THE LEGISLATURE. The Session is Rapidly Drawing to a Close. . Fullertoil. Rllnromn to third reading. W. C. T. U. COLUMN. ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS. ArrJ;0rKIATIONSVERK DOUBTFUL. Reform School nnd Capitol Dome Will l'crhaps.Clo Oor. SENATE. TUESDAY V. 51. SESSION. Committee on education reported favorable on Layman's liquor bill; read twice. Steel, roncurrentresolutiou to ap point a committee to visit Orphans' home, as amended by tho House to Include tho Home at Portland; con curred in. H. B. 37, Northup, relating to pilotngo at the Columbia river bar; read twice. Dawson, bill prohibiting sale of tobacco to minors; passed. Wager, bill to exempt home steads From execution; lost. EVENING SESSION. Layman, highlicensebilljpassed. Moore, bill amending Ranier charter; passed. Fullertou, bill amending Rose burg charter; passed. Raley, bill amending Weston nlinrtoiv rmssed. vl-w-, x Watkins, blllaliowingrne uanes to issue water bonds; referred, dele gation from Wasco. WEDNESDAY A. M. SESSION. S. ...

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. — 13 February 1889

1 :K. .( !: r -r i r- . I' tmUJjyBBBMllM.MillHPKanii B CAPITAL OlTY NEWS. Recital oflhe Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over llio City anil News From ilio Country. Col. Lee Kemored. Tho tclcKranu to-day announces that W. H. Beadle of Yankton, Da kota, has been appointed superin tendent of tho Cbemawa Indian school, vice Col. John Lee, removed. The simple announcement will be a surpriso to a few, while to many It is but the loug looked for result of tho Investigation conducted during tho fall and winter by Gen. 'Gflrdon. Tho Chemawa Iridjau school is an institution of no mean proportions orimportance and should have for a superintendent one who la a leader and of executivo ability. Mr. Bcadle'a appofntment is on the last days of tho waning administra tion. It may bo that ho will not retain the honors for long. We Have .o Itand. No matter what her reputation may have been in tho past, it is a shame 'that Salem now has no brass hand. Wo have good talent, flue Ins...

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. — 14 February 1889

CAPITAI JOURNAL. SALBM, OR,, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1880. NO. 20S. J wmMMmmmmwWmk ' SCELLANEOUS. For Sale or Rent. jSs8SSSuSS8ff ass 5 KlV bottom tana, " t brUgh nnd & m cum M ,Mi:0. Address, .j. fflafSw;6"80"' dw-lm. "h5SabTbboSbrs Tie Oregon Land Company DO Is ft corporattou duly organized and operated under tho laws oi tho State if OrOITnn Tf. llOimn llDlnnea tn Unvjiti 10C0 i.llU n nnnui . w.bwU. wv6mu wwuutoa 111 XM.MIUU, HWO HlkU U lUHUM stock of ?20,000. eEeraI House Moving, Raising and Repairiag. . ti v done at reasonable rates. Work prompts oom omce WEST BRO'S. II w.c.nLmU their customers and bcrSl'5in and see them, They Bunr friend8to wnano Bc ag 9ented antceall hcTCI roast steak, pork or any 'ir.rSsrcs meat market, call on ntimpn have been In thobutch These gentlemen nave uc nnd erbiulnw In jtoU-m for a t theyfcJTVoutonW tho choicest gSfiffiat the mwket. fiords. LONG FACES. TELEGRAPHIC TIDINGS. Don't you dislike to meet nconln who go about with faces the lcncth of a ya...

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. — 14 February 1889

"" '"rf"' !JBf WH1 iWiyilpyS'.Mppi, 'J jwuihww .1 1? EENING CAPITAL JOURNAL THUKSDAY, FEB. 14, 1889. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. IIY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. t INCOKPOIIATKD O.Ike, Corner Court and Mbertf Strectf' ti:iims OF HUIWOlUPriONj. daily. Olio year, by (trill 5 00 Mix monthi, by mnll 2 CO Tincoiriontlisbytnr.il 1 2.j I'or wecic delivered by ciiirlcr. 15 WKUKIjY. l)no yenr SI fiO Six months . 75 Ono yenr, If p ilil for In advance, 1 00 Six months, " ' " 60 3-l'osttnn.Mtor8 arc authorized to re coivo subscriptions. jrs-Kntercd ns ccnnd-')ii matter nt the 8nleni,Orcgon,Postolllcc..Hiiio21. 1888. W. If. IIYARS - CliAKi: I!. lltVINIJ Editor Manager. iomi:sti:ai) exemption. Wo rojoicc that Senate reconsid ered their volo on the homestead exemption act. The men who form erly opposed tlio homestead exemp tion nets in the older states were mostly merchants who argued that, "even with tho little exemption of personal chatties the d d rascals managed to evade ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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