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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 14 February 1889

i mllll"1 i 0"- I ,EGIS1iATURE THE L , Homestead Exemption Vlio Senate. 0ff IN THE HOUSE. .. ...! Two Readings and P1 niOoThoTMrd. c0RiTtSEAT CHANGES. 1 ..., Change thoConnty Scat, IM'" ..., bounty. - - i SENATE. x TSDAY 1'. & SESSION. B0BD, ,, ...mhle Dalles tins: .. ..mndnabscd. IOtyUCer;mnutbori,ing.Btato I pjiou. -u-iftB county orth 7 mil to declare uunavl- fZ m3 public highways for 'S'SCh'orizo Astoria & W" ... ,iinvul to construct a SSYoung'sbayandSkip- 5X15 to establish a JTtor juvenile offenders; fnHnh to ro-consider B. I. vf k to exempt homesteads Ifrom execution, was adopteu; diu EVENING SKSSION. I iuwn. Creating Southern Ore- L torf of agriculture ; referreu toSoutbem Oregon delegation. oMffelL-liin to lncorpormu hniiille; passed, i Moore. Bill to amenu luumer I dartre; passed. Watt. Bill to amend Mcniinuviuc darter ; passed. teue. Bill to amena Jtiinsooro charter; passed. Chandler. BUI to amend liaiser City charter; passed. Sinclair. To amend Marshfleld tbartcr; ...

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. — 14 February 1889

CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Ilecifal of (he Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over tlio City and News From the Country. Unlawful Selling of Mquor. The work of tho present graud Jury is already beginning to bloom forth. Last night Wm, Strickler was brought up from Hubbard and lodged in jail, charged with having flold tho ardent without license and Also for keeping his house open on Sunday. Ho could sell in quanti ties above a quart, but the grand Jury had reason to bellovo ho was letting it go in smaller quantities. It would bo wholesome to put Sa lem's saloons under tho watchful eye of tho grand Jury in regard to Sunday closing. They never pre tend to close more than the front door. They might also take our ad vice and look up tho North Salem man who dispenses the vilo stuff md has no license. Sweetheart's Day To-day is February 14th and Is observed tho world over as St. Val entine's day, which is an appropriate tlmo for tho selection of a sweet heart. Tho day is sacred ...

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. — 15 February 1889

. ,, CAPITAL VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1889. NO. 296. '.jry JOURNAL Fr9frwfw57VrT MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LOPGE No. 18, I. O. O. F., meets in Odd Follows' llnll up stairs. Cornet Commercial and Ferry streets, every Sat urday nt 7:Mp. m. J. T. GREGG. JA8. WALTON, Secretary. N. G. INSURANCE Company. Fire and Ma rine. 0 ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS -DO- General House Raising aod Repairing. Work promptly done at.reasonable rates. Orders ;left at Capital Jouhnai. office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BROS. Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to 91 Court street, where they Invite all their customers and friends to call and see them, They guar antee all their meats, etc., as represented if you want a nice roust, steak, pork or any thi ik In first class meat market, call on West Hro's., 01 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen have been In tho butch er business in Salem for a long time and they have built up a repu...

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. — 15 February 1889

EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL FKIDAY, FEB. 15, 1889. published EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. IIV THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCOnTOKATKD OBIce, Corner Court and Mberlr Streets' TERMS OK NUJISUKIlTIONl. DAILY. Ono your, by mall--. ;" WJ Hl months, by mull,, I ? Tliieomoiitlisljyinr.il.. 1 2. lcr wcclc tlcllvcrca by carrier 15 WEEKLY. Ono year 51 ' Six months - , 7j Ouo your, If paid for In advance, 1 00 Hix months, " " " GO a-l'ostinnstcrsno authorized to rc celvo subscriptions. T5-nnlerc(l us spcorlcl-clnsq mntter ut tho Salum.Oregon.PostolIlco, Juno 21. 1888. W. II. KYAKS -CLAIM li. IltVINB Editor Manager, MONKV, BONOS, TAXES. If money were provided by gov ernment in abundance and at a merely nominal Interest, it would n6t bo right to tax it. It is because it is in a manner monopolized and given Into tho hands of individuals to issue whereby they derive large Interest and profit as lenders, that taxation should exuet from thorn duo proportion of the common bur den. Money us...

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. — 15 February 1889

- II HP,"""UM""'"''""" m.- TjgB LfUTURE. pgMng the Bjg Battles 0,vcr and Asam. Agam TUB BULL RUN BILL PASSES. Has Stormy and tnous Sessions.' a Tempos The House UOLT.NOUAU WINS THE DAY. of Words and Much Confusion Everywhere. A Skower Mr. Barin responded that " so far nstho assertion nbout-our inability to increase tho number of fish goes It is not correct. Ou'tbo contrary, it is known to all who havto ever read upon the subject, that wc rail increase the natural product at the proportion of 4500 on "every six. As to the taxes ho would inform tbo Senate that these appropriations and costs were to eomo from a special tax on tho caniieries. That the cannery man were agreed to it. Senator Veatch opposed a fishing bill appropriating money to en courage the increase of fiBb. He said: "Another bill I don't like. For years wo have been making su6h laws and the orily result is that tls'U have regula"rlyi'becomo scarcer arid dearer. Nor1 tidI" believe we can increase the number of fish by ou...

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. — 15 February 1889

r I ( w CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recifal of (he Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over llio City and From the Country. News A COMMON CASE. The I'apltil City Hand. Last night a brass band was or ganized m Salem, with oftlcers as follews: President, Walter Lowe; secretary, Willis MoElroy; business manager, John Chase ; leader, Lon Walln; treasurer, Ted Crawford. The band organized with a mem bership of eighteen but tliey expect the numbcrlto reach twehty-four by tho time of their netft meeting. Aside from tho otllccrs there are th6 following members : Levi Card, Ray Gilbert, John Farrar, Irvine Wag ne, Albert Smith, Ed Cattorlin, Joseph Hoeye, Milt Myers, Frank Haas, Bud Boone, Jay Hastings and Joe Farrar. The organization has taken the name of the Capital City Band and will meet for rehear sal two nights each week, Monday and Thursday. The Heine Concert. Heine himself is perhaps the great est violinist living and his violin surpasses any wo have ever heard. Any one wit...

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. — 16 February 1889

IP Ml!9PlffiH9lM f Bprvw p rvf tsqrv !P t V 0 i::i $!-i .1 VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1889. NO. 207. CAPITAL JOURNAL. MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. P., meets in Odd Fellows' Hnll upstairs. Oornoi Commercial nnd Kerry streets, ovcry Sat urday nt 7:30p.m. J. T. GREGG. JAB. WALTON, Secretary. N. G. INSURANCE Company. i Flro and AIn. rlnc. OS. ALBERT, Aojent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO fiCDeral IIouso Moving, Raising llepairin Work promptly doneat.reasonublo rates. Orders .left at Oamtai. Jouknai. otllce will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BROS. Have moved their meat market from 800 Commercial sticet. to 04 Court street, where they Invite all their customers and friends to call and bee them. They nuar- nntecall their meats, etc.. as represented If you want a nico roast, steak, pork or any thl is In first class meat market, call on Wot lira's., 91 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen have been in the butch er business in Salem fo...

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. — 16 February 1889

n,, J-WT7T-Hr Jf W 1 "TVS -'-y- W J- lw lW v yiJWJWMgiiaJlWaua'IMnaMWiWlWWTS a EVJ5NWU CAPITAL JOURNAL SATUltDAY, PEH. 1(1. 18S9. I'UJILIHIIKU EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. 11V TJIK t Capital Journal Publishing Company. I tNCOItrOKATF.l) Olfice, I'orper 'Court and Liberty Strem' 1'EIIMH OK SttlWCRIlTIOM. ,MI.V. Onu vwr. I):, "iiu! . 45 iO six month- ! .30 Thrcolnoutti I 'or week doli- 1 2T, rrler 16 iv ixklv. W - - J1 S n mis . 75 ,,, if piildfiirlnmlxiinco, ... 1 00 , ..tin. " ' " CO Hi i ri aro authorized to rc- I 10114. celvu AlfKll t 8nlvni.ii' l n -ii'i'ond-clnwn mtt'r at tlio .1. 1'ustofllco. June 21, 1888. W. II. BYAKS -CIjAKB 1!. IRVINE Editor Manager. tiii: old i.ksm).v. The littlo obscupj colic-go of Kcn yon at Gambler, Ohio, was estab lished in curly days when Central Ohio was the real baeUwoodfe. Its buildings and grounds were all do nated by llrillsh noblemen, but it had to struggle with great ndvursilv for half a century. If it pi ifessora got three hundred dollar-, in ...

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. — 16 February 1889

1 "THE LEGISLATURE. The Senate Does Much In a Little Time. WILL ADJOIli NEXT SATURDAY. So They Decided at This Movning's Session. STOHMY IN TIIK 1IOU8K. The Cliatr Strikes Out From llotli Shoulders. ti,o ii.illcs will have water. The bill passed thvOugh the House this morning vyitlwwiish. The bill I was introduced in Vie beuato Dy Watkins, nd authorize Dalles City to incur n indebtedness of ilfty thousaiidlollars for tut! purpose of providlnf the city witlj good and wholesome water, and ibr the erec tion audfeonstruction oifpurchase of such wifier works aim reservoirs within ol without tho limits of the city as iv&y oc necessary or conven ient theroW, ancUfto provide for the issuinc oWwiftls and the pay ment of the princlrjal and interest thereon. The bonds are dlflerout in one resnect from the celebrated Bull Run water bill bonds, as they are "taxable." SENATE. FRIDAY P. M. SESSION. Northup. Eill to regulate pilotage rates on Columbia river ; nussed. Snecial committee of seuuto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 16 February 1889

7 rrtiinrrrr-rfr1" iw"m-'uaMSSjrXtt7nsisxsfm CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Ilcciial of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Ilnnncnings Over tlio City and From tlio Country. News The Kfform Ktbool. No Hooner IsSenatorChaniberlin's bill passed, establishing a state re form Hchool, than the fight begins over its location. Portland, via. the Telegram, is pulling for it. Salem should have it and points first to the constitution insiuiort of its request. But nsido'rjpm wis point, the capi tal city can oftijv Inducements equal to, if not supwidiHo those advinced by any othojfeity. lUit how state buildings cn bo located anywhere but in Salem, according to the con stitution, we are at a loss to know. The bill us amended appropriates money and provides for the estab lishment of u reform school, the location to bo selected bv a board consist; iig of the govern r, the sec rcta;' of state and the -..i s '.perin-tcndc.itof-.chools. Al'f,. .nent For a Kcri'om School. That Oregon should havo es ta...

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. — 18 February 1889

f "9 111 t-i hum CAPITAL I' vol. a. SALEM, OR.. MONDAY FEBRUARY IS, 1889. NO. 298. ' flHK JOURNAL I MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. P., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall up stairs. Oornei commercial nnd Ferry streets, every Bnt Urdaynt7:S0p.m. J. T. GREGG. JAS. WALTON, Secretary. N. G. INSURANCE Com Dinr. Fire and Mil. rine. OS. ALBERT. Agent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General Rouse Moving, Raising Repairing. Work promptly done unreasonable rates. Orders' :lert at Capital JoubnaIi. ofllce will receive attention. 9-ll-tf WEST BROS. TToV0 moved their meat market from 800 II commercial street, to ui uouit street, -where they Invite all their customers and friends to call and see them. They guar antee all their meats, etc., as represented Ifyou want a nlco roast, steak, pork orany thngin first class meat market, call on Wett Bro's., 94 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. Theso gentlemen have been In the 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. — 18 February 1889

r t EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, FEB. 18, 1889. l'UJlI.ISHKD EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCORPORATE) OHIce, Corner X'oiiit nmt Mlicrf Stiectt' TERMS OF HUliSCIUITlOM. DAILY. Ono year, by mull-. jj six months, by mnlL- f Tlircoiiiotitlisbyinr.il 1 Per weok delivered by cairler 10 WBliKI.Y. Ono your 'l j Hlx motitliM - - , Ouo year, If pntil for In advance, 1 IX) Six month, " ' " ) B'l'ostiniistcrs iiro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. WEnlerctl as second-class mutter lit tbc nloiii.OicKon.PololUce. June 21, 1888. W. II. HYAKS CLAIM': It. IKVIXE Editor Manager. KKAli:i!S THINK OF THIS. From a very able article by a cor respondent in the Pacific Farmer we clip the following, on taxation, Allowing that from lSSO to 1801 our total taxes, general and state, county and town, averaged some five dollars and twenty cents jut head of total population; that for 1870 to 1878, the average was fourteen dollars and forty-two cents per soul; that from ...

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. — 18 February 1889

' V"ivWMif'WMBpsfHi 'ill THE LEGISLATURE, I Re-assembling for the Most Important Week. L0TS OF HILLS TO GO THROUGH. There iii iK " uu,u,:i "u una ...,. 1- - V..il,iiii nP Vmr l.nipa Added to our statutes. t two o'clock this evening the legislature started on their last week intiiis the fifteenth biennial session, it has been decided to closo on Sat urday ami until thou tho daily ses sions will he filled with a hurry of bills etc. TMjroarjjiimiiynuuHuuiis upon which we need immediate legislation but it seems they are to suffer defeat. The Salem correspon dent of the Albany Democrat sums it up In tliete few words. "The cud of tue session is very near and it can, already be seen that the product of the forty days' work will bo the enactment of but very few desirable laws. The greater questions will go over until another term, while the legion of minor ap propriation hills and local measures will be disposed of. It is a pity the fisheries, assessment and some few of tho other important ...

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. — 18 February 1889

CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Rccifal of (he Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and From tlio Country. News A Oranil Swindle. Many exchanges throughout the Btate are complaining of an ingen ious soap swindle which is being worked. Female agents, claiming to bo from Chicago, canvass at houses, leaving a cake of soap as a sample. They return and ask the lady to sign a printed "testimonial," tlio same to be presented to the grocers toinfluenco the latter to han dle the trade. The testimonials ufter wafds turns up as "orders," calling for soap in various quantities at futicy prices. The wording of the so-called "testimonial" is very in genious. Tbe (Irand Jury's Report. The grand jury closed their labors Saturday and reported to Judge Boise that they had examined seven, ty-fivo witnesses and returned four teen true bills; that they examined the sheriff's office and jail, the clerk and recorder's vault, the treasurer's office, tlio school superintendent's of fice, ...

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. — 19 February 1889

I ( TAT VOL. 1. SALEM,' OR., TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19, 1889. NO. 299. CAP! JOURNAL. jpfff3BjW3pBt5BiBWBP . L- 9eB?$W MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVEtiODQENo. 18, I. O. O. F., meets In Odd Follows' Hall up stairs. Cornci Commercial nnd Ferry streets, every Sat urday t 7:30p.m. J. T. GREGG. JA8. W ALTON, Secretary. N. Q. INSURANCE Company, Fire and Ma- rlne. 03. ALBERT. Agent. Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General Honse Moving, Raising and Repairing. Work promptly done at.reasonable rates. Orders left nt Capital Joukxal office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BROS. Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to 94 Court street, where they Invite nil their customers and friends to call and seo them, They guar antee all their meats, etc.. as represented If you want a nlco roast, steak, pork or nny thngln first class meat market, call on West Bra's., 04 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. Thesq gentlemen have been in the butch er business In Salem for a long time and they have bu...

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. — 19 February 1889

nBnjijw'ffmtfijrJa".fy4.jflaijBac I t V EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEB. 19, 1889. I'UJJMSHKD EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. nr the Capital Journal Publishing Company. lINCOJtPOKATKD Olllce, Corner 'Court and Liberty Streeti' TEKMH OK HUHSCHIITIONl. DAILY. Ono year, by mull-. j W Hlx inonth". by irmll-- 2 no Tlirco month by mr.ll 1 2j I'qr weclc delivered by carrier 15 WJIKKI.Y. Mnn vnril . .. . 81 TlO Hlx monthi -- , 75 nnn vmir. If it lid for In adumcc. . 1 00 Six months, " " " CO -Wl'fMtmnMcis liro celvo subscriptions. authorized to ro- ttr-ISntcrcd ns sccond-clasH mntter nt the nleiii.OrcKon, l'osUilllec. Juno 21. 1888. W. 11. IJYARS -VLAKB W. IIIVINB Editor Manager. CONSPIRACY. When will the people of the United Strifes get wieo enough to know that neurly every great son Hfitionnl sldo issue is but iv schcino of a lot of seeret conspirators to de tract their uttontlon from the main great points in which their vital in terests uro concerned? No sooner is one great sensation o...

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. — 19 February 1889

Jjuiii.ii THE LEGISLATURE, The Ball Run Bill is Once More Vetoed. THE GOVERNOR SUSTAINED. The Houso Stands By The Veto By One Vote. ADJOURN FRIDAY NIGHT. The Session Will CIobo Frlduy Night lit Ten O'clock. ' THK WATER BILL. At 2:20 this afternoon the houso voted to pass the Bull Kun water bill over the governor's veto. Ex citement wus at the highest pitch, and the friends of the measure were sure of Us passage. The vote was 39 for und Ul against, thus the gov ernor Avas again, sustained ,iu his veto. One vote would, -have 'changed the result. , Hahn of. Clat siip cast the deciding vote, having voted to not pass it over the veto. Before he voted yes. Governor Penudyer this morning renewed his veto of the Bull Run water bill and its discussion began intuoHousoat2p. m. Ho stands on the same ground upon which he did at first And again - the did not pas3 over his veto. Its discussion occupies tho Houso for some time. The whole afternoon and much more will be occupied in reading tho asse...

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. — 19 February 1889

h i CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of (lie Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and From tho Country. News A Cowardly Act. A Capital Journal reporter, while looking for news, was told the following fact, which Is true, and reliable. Tho whole occurrence is cowardly and far below tho dignity of a gentleman. Last evening, as people were going home from church, our infor mant says, he passed two little boys, and two little girls, the oldest being over ten years of age, standing on tho walk Just south of Postmaster Dearborn's house. One of tho little girls was crying, and on being asked what tho trouble was, tho little one said that "tho man just ahead yon der, had just crabbed our umbrella and broken it and thrown it over in tho Held." Wo are informed that tho statement of tho little ones is true. Such being tho case it is hard for a persons to deal justice to a cul prit, that would molest little children after dark, when there was no one to protect them. o ...

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. — 20 February 1889

Ml H H 1 .' 1- ' if . MI S-I TAL i il U m VOL. 1. SAIEM, OR., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1889. NO. 2QO-. ' id CAP! JOURNAL. MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. 0. O. P., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall upstairs. Cornei Commercial and Ferry streets, every Sat urday at 7:.T0 p.m. J. T. GREGG. JAS. WALTON, Secretary. N. G. INSURANCE Company. Fire and Ma rine. OH. ALB ERT. Agent, Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General IIouso Moving, Raising and Repairing. Work promptly done at.reasonable rates. Orders left at Capital Joubnal, offlce will receive attention. Ml-tf WKST BRO'S. Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to 81 Court street, wherothey Invlteall 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 or any thing In first class meat market, call on West Bro's.. 04 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen have been In the butch er business lu Salem for a long time and 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. — 20 February 1889

!' V EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20. J889, 1'UJII.ISHED I EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I JNCOM'OKATKn u'llce, Tomer Court and Uberlv Streets' terms of nulteoRiprioNj. DAILY. Ono your, by mall... Sjj WJ Hlx months, by jnatl.. i ? 'riireoinontlisbymr.il 1 2 Per week delivered by currier 15 WKICJCLY. Ono year ?' g Six months - , ;" Ouo year, If paid for In advance, 1 CO Mix months, " " W 3-l'osttnnstcrs nro authorized to re- colvo subbcrlptloiis. -Entered lis second-class matter at the nlcni.OrcKoiij l'oslolllcc', Juno ai. 1888. W. II. 1SYAIIS -ULAKB H. IRVINE Editor Manager. I'UIII.IC ORKIHT. Tiixch nro the contribution mtideljy tlio property holder townrds Hustulu ing the government for Its protec tion of his property or person. Of course, If necessary, every kind of property should contribute its due fihnro of the tuxes. But us stutcs be come richer, discriminations are made as expediency dictates. .Every adult should pay a poll tax It...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
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