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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 26 February 1889

w -'" -ppr OCCIDENTAL JOTTINGS. cvrs and Notes of General Interest to The Westerner. During tbo whole legislative ses sion not one bill was referred to the committee on public lands. The asylum Is gradually becoming more crowded. The now wing will not bo erected any too soon. The legislature cost no less than $40000. These luxuries come high, but they aro awful good, sometimes. All parts of the state aro receiving heavy immigration, and a good per centage of tliellnew comers aro from Kansas. Tlio Emanuel German church of jlllwaulue has been incorporated. They will build a church edifice as eoon as it can bo done. The range in Eastern Oregon is reported lit a serious condition, and thousands of head of cattle will soon sutler for Sustenance. The penitentiary at present has confined within its walls 287 con victs. The highest number ever there Was 98, two years ago. Morion county has ilvo news papers, Benton four, Linn two, Lane three, and Yamhill four. There are but eleven dailies in...

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. — 26 February 1889

ranEszcmnsacE grvrrr. - jiJ.ejjaLiiiji-''"''"Mij-iiJiuujntt?sgaaniniwni imiiuJJurjUMiiiinnnre CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital oflhc Daily Doings Compiled Prom Various. Sources. OUR PEN PICTURES. Short Sketches of Our Law And Prominent 3!en. Maker Happenings Over the City nnd From the Conntry. News A Willamette Whopper. We never heard any person say Unit pears couldn't be raised In the Willamette vnllcy, but for fear of Mmo such remark, tho Baker Citv Ilevcille remarks that L. B. Geer went Into its office, proud as a school boy, and showed the editor a pear that his mother had sent him irom Salem. His sample, which grew on a tree now 40 years old, weighs 2 pounds and measures 10 inches in circumference. Mr. Geer says that he has seen 4-pound pears plucked from tho same tree. Think of It, ye inhabitants of the East, where it takes a dozen pears to fill and if you vou can, at can't a boy's pocket, come to Oregon, you can, at least, be thankful that you live in a land where your children can...

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. — 27 February 1889

IV (C Ab" -H CAPITAL ' ( ') VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27, 18S9. NO. OG. JOURNAL. MISCELLANEOUS. ALIVE LODGE No. 18, I. 0. O. P., meets II in UQU r Wiu"n t vwsuw Commercial and Ferry streets, every Bat urdayat7'5pt.tn J. T. U MWIUi Secretary. JAB. WALTON, N. G. INSURANCE Company. Fire and Ma. tine. OS. A LBERT". Agent, - - Salem, Oregon IIOWARD tiRbTHERS DO General House Moving, Raising and Rep: lairing. Work promptly done at reasonable rates. Orders left at Oawtal Jouknai. office will receive attention. 9-U-tf WEST BRO'S. Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to 84 Court street, where they lnvlteall their customers and friends to call and see them. They guar antee all their meats, etc as represented If you want a nlcb l oast, steak, pork or any thing In first class meat market, call on Vest Bro's , 81 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. Tbeo gentlemen have been In the butch er business In Salem for a long time and they have built up a reputation 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. — 27 February 1889

EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27, 1889. published EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. I1V THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. INCORPORATED Olllce, Corner ICourt aud Mhertr Streeuf tekmh of HUWscitiprioMi. ,::: DAILY. Ono year, by malt--- 5 WJ Hlx month, by mall I no Three months by inr.ll 1 2 Per week delivered by carrier U WEEKLY. Ono year ? ro Hlx months - Ouo year, If paid forlnndvnncc, 1 00 Hlx months, " " " 60 tfirl'nstinnsters iiro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. AB-Knlcred ns second-class matter nt the nlcni.Oregon, l'ostolllce, Juno 21, 1888. W. II. KYAKS -GLAKB It. IKVINE Editor Malinger. Good manners can not botiBsutncd successfully by those who huvo ill dispositions. Tlicy arc the nutural accompaniment ol a fine disposition and an artless repression of self. How to acquire this then cannot be Instilled too early ; but the mere outer show amounts to little if the inner man be all wrong. Tjik managers of the press dis patches are very careful to telegraph to al...

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. — 27 February 1889

mm c "TWPTV1? "JfS" 1 UI.A'JJJ'AJHj vrcroaran W. C. T. U. COLUMN. Toronto, Canada, has a fino tem perance ball locateu on lemperi.uuu street. j H. Smart, D. D., in writing on ..bigh license" Bays: "It is proposed now to sacrifice not only the Worn n's Christian Union by far the best most influential and mostfruit ml moral reform organization out vie of the chnrch-but even the Methodist Episcopal church itself beforo the altar of high license. It (a no doubt true that some Metho dists have already offered themsel ves for sacrifice upon this altar which the politicians have set up. The colicyofthe politicians is to mag nify and boom this movement. Their effort is to bring on a panic nnd stampede the temperance forces. It will not be done. God is not dead, and He is on the outside of of the columns that stand firm, and will give them tho victory. God cannot favor giving Hcens6 to sin." The "Alcohol Congress" announc ed for the coming summer in Chris tiania, Norway, has been postponed 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. — 27 February 1889

"VHP - "V - 1 jjj.j.ii.i.i.J.Hi-UHmra iMJBJUu-mMLAJuuum immiu.iuuu-aMwu"w CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. ALL IS O.UIET. The Halls arc Deserted and Silence Itcigns Supreme. Happenings Over tlio City and From tlio Country. News Tho Coroner's Verdict. "Yesterday afternoon a coroner's jury was summoned and taken to the asylum to view the remains of George Brown, an inmato who had accomplished self-destruction. Mr. Brown was sixty-three years of age and had been In the asylum since tho middle of last December, having been tried for insanity before Judge Shaw of this county. Ho com mitted suicide by hanging himself with a sheet which ho had twisted into a rope and made fast to the wire guard. His attendant was ab sent at tho time and on returning discovered tho lifeless body of the jtaiicnt. Tho coroner's jury found a verdict In accordance with theso facts. Tho deceased was for a good many years a respected resident of this county and leaves ...

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. — 28 February 1889

mi T r -"" r f cr ' ." CAPITAL JOURNAL. vol. 1. SALEM, OR., THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1889. NO. 297. '-'it' MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. 0. F., meets In Odd Follows' Hall upstairs. Corncj Commercial and Ferry streets, every Sat urday at 7:30 p.m. J. T. GREGG. JAS. WALTON, HorrAtJirv. "M n Secretary N.G. INHURANfiK Company. I Fire and Mn. rlne. OS. A LBEIIT. Agent, - Salem, Oreeon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General Honse Moving, Raising and Repairing. Work promptly done at.roosonabie rates. Orders left at Capital Joubkai. office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BRO'S, Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to W Court Btreet, where they Invito all their customers and fripmls to call and see them. Thcv truar- nnteeall their meats, etc.. as represented Ifyou want a nlco roast, steak, pork or any thine In first class meat market, call on West Bro's.. 84 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen hare been In the butch er business In Salem for a long tim...

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. — 28 February 1889

I iTrtir " li """"iiiiiiie.iii.aimuuiUiiJim!ngimjui!i' im-iiMjjjJ'iiuiu EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1889. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I nJOOnPOHATFID ODIce, Corner ICourt anil Llbcrj- Streeu' TERMS OK KUIiSOKIPTIOIi. ,i DAILY. Ono year, by mall Jfi 00 Hlx liiontlis. by mall 2 CO Three months by mull . 1 25 Per wcelc delivered by carrier ... 15 WEEKLY. Ono year . SI CO Hlx montliH 7ft Ono year. If paid for In advance. J 00 81i months, ' CO ,83-Postmastcrs arc authorized to re ceive subscriptions. JTS-Kntcred as second-class matter at the alcni.Oregon, Postolllce, June 21, 18SS. W. H. IJYAKS -CLARE It. IRVINE Editor JIanngcr. AN OLD SUI'KKSTJTION. Tho prospective rise of Mr. Win dom to the treasury ngnin has once tmoro revived the silly tnlk about tho funding of the U. S. bonds at threo per cent, the high credit of the government and the patriotic spirit of bond purchasers, whoso greedily took tho bonds at tlint rate. A cen...

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. — 28 February 1889

"3" r ' ?v ttn C jwmjfjtuum,ii'a.i.iiJi.-j.ji-uju1svL:.auBwijeliB THE LEGISLATURE. Few Words as to Legisla tion and Bills Passed. A Summary of the Bills Passed Somo Desirable and Somo Objcctionablo ...the Burden Of Taxation. great deal of useless groaning is made over the appropriations by tho late legislature because of the mount. Now the amount will not he a tax of over 2 mills onthodol larontho property as exhibited by he assessment rolls of 1880-7. It is not the amount so much as gome items that may be complained 0f And indeed we would have' no fault, or little, at most, to find as to them but for tho fact of tho sparsc- ness of our population wmcu re- miires that wo fhat wo Bhall exercise tuo , m.n r,tnnn strictest economy. uv dhuBi. point Is that those who wero most reckless about appropriations are men who opposed every measure calculated to invito population into the state. It would cost little, If any more, to carry on the ordinary government of Oregon, if her popu lation w...

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. — 28 February 1889

CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and From the Country. News Crossing the Rapids. This morning tho Ilontly of the O. P. und the Isabcllo of the O. It. & N. have been trying to cross tho rapids just below tho bridge. The water Is but two feet aboyo the low water mark and is not rising any. Tho rains of yesterday hero as yet hud iioeil'ect on the condition of the river and steamboat men com plain of meeting with many hard ships in boating now. They got over all right about noon and tho Bently wont below. Tho Isabcllo is lying at tuo dock here. TLe Astoria A Sooth Oast It, It. At the other end of the lino work is going on slowly, but surely never theless. The contract for grubbing, clearing and grading ten miles of the lino of tho road south from Skipanon has been let. Tho contract price is $9,084.07. Tho contractors have till May 15th to complete the work. They will begin next Monday and put on a force of men suf...

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. — 1 March 1889

fv r T 1 f. CAPITAL JOURNAL. vol. 1. SALEM, OR., FRIDAY MARCH 1, 1S89. NO. 29S. MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 181. 0. O. P., meets in Odd Fellows' Hftll up stairs. Cornci Hit upnuurB. wuruci ;strects, overy Sat- Commercim uu urdayat7:spp.m J. T. GREGG. Sccretar JA& WALTON, n. a. INSUItANCK Company, Fire and Ma rine. OS. ALiBEtVT. A?eut.t - - Halo m, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS General Ilono living, Raising and Work promptly done at:reasonable rates. Orders left (Capitai. Journaij offlce -will recelvo attention. 9-11-tf WKST BRO'S. Sivo moved their meat murket from 300 Commercial street, to 04 Court street, ere they Invito all their customers and friends to call and see them, They guar antee all their; meats, etc.. as represented If you want o nice roast, steak, pork or any thing in first class, moat market, call on WestUro's.. 945our'8trcet. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen hare been In the butch er business In Salem for ft long time and they have bullf up a reputation to b...

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. — 1 March 1889

-n OMIl'JJklJIKlJJL.ILXWXIUJimiMJll-MJJil"""'""" EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL MUDAY, MARCH 1, 1889. rum.isiiHD EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY, 4JY Tni: "Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCOIU'OUATKD Oillce, Corner ICourt and Mberf j- Strmt' TERMS OK HUHSCRII'TIONI. ,& DAILY. One your, by mull 5 00 Hlx inontliH, by mull .. 2 GO Til r co months by mail 1 2 Per weelc dcllvored by currier ... 15 WEEKLY. One year Jl fiO Hlx months 76 One year, if paid for in advance, I 00 ix montbs, " ' " 00 RTl'ostmastcrs nro authorized to re celvo subscriptions. tf3-Inlcrcd as second-clnsq mutter at the Alcm.UrcKon, I'ostoIIlcu, Juuo 21, 18feS. W. H. IJYAItS -(JLAKE B. IKVIXi: Editor Jlnnnzcr. SUIITJ2KKANKAN IKItlCJATlON. Speaking of irrigation the subter ranean method introduced into the United States by a New York man will yet make portions of Eastern Oregon and other mountain regions now regarded as hopeless the most fertile of all tho country. By this method one ucre in made to produce as much 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. — 1 March 1889

rui V. C. T. U. COLUMN Intbccnso of Collins vs. Hills, Keokuk, the lova supreme court has decided against the liquor-dealers. "A strong and influential com mittee b"9 heen formed in Bombay, India, for organizing and prosecut ing temperance work." 'TlieEritish government, through Baron do Worms, has intimated that it will do all in its power to suppress the liquor trafllc in Af rica." Wisconsin legislators refuse to in vestigate the northern dives, prob ably for tl10 8ame rcnson tl10 natiou al government refuses to investigate the liquor trafllc. "From across the seas comes the encouraging information that the Dublin authorities have confiscated thousands of Zola's work, and in London there is a fine forpubllsh- ing tbem. May tuo goou worn snread until it shall embrace the ,ictrmtlou of all pernicious litera ture." "The Union Club, the leading sporting orcaniza;ion of Germany, has decided not to hold races on Sunday. This action was taken in conformity with the desiro of Em peror "Wi...

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. — 1 March 1889

-"nrpwT w "-Tiy-im .ynjinp)i!gwv- mmnMMmm i in-.... " Mm1:j;i""""" ., itWIVUPUITV KflTKJ. REAL estate. If CAPITAL CITY NEWS. llccilal of the Daily Doings Compiled From 'Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and News From the Country. 1,1 nn I'oontj's Jllnea. That distance lends enchantment to tho view is as true aoout mines as other tilings, and that Is tho trouble about Linn county's mines. They arc too near home. Q. A. Dyson nays: "Only a couple of weeks ago J. P. Coshow of Albany, who had spent some months in Jhitto City, Montana, caino homo aud,brought some fine specimens of oro from those justly celebrated mines, and comparing these afore Bfid specimens with some here, brought from Blue River, somo peo ple laughed at tho idea of their re semblance, and yet careful com parison shows that tho quality, color and grain of tho quartz arc exactly the same the same colored and shaped sulphurets of iron, and the galena is tho same." Albany Democrat. Empire State Apples. Among some ...

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. — 2 March 1889

V . - i 3tj t ! , . ? . ' i ,1 TAL VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1889. W!Wp A CAPI JOURNAL MISCELLANEOUS, OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. F., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall un stairs. Cornci Commercial and Ferry streets, every Sat urday at 7:30 p. m j. x. UllE-UU. Secretary. JAS. WALTON, N.G. m 7 INSURANCE Company. Fire and Ma rino. OS. ALBERT, Agent, - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General House Moring, Raising and Rep aiim w Work promptly doneat.reasonable rates. Orders left at capital Journal offlce -will receive attention. 8-U-tf -WEST BRO'S. Tjave moved their meat market from 800 XL commercial sireei. 10 w uourt street, where they lnvlteall 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., 94 Court Btreet. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These 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. — 2 March 1889

$.'" ' K4MiijwMMiiujiiiij-uiiiJjr.iJlt-JUiijijLwiij.tijiu;'.Ljui.iLUM.ji tf jvij-injir.ae3 J EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1889. I'UIIOSHEI EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCOIU'OllATF.D Ollre, Corner Court and Mliertr Street TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION!. tf! DAILY. Ono year, by mail .. 5 W) Hlx month, by mnll 2 CO Three months by mr.11 . 1 2r Per week delivered by cnrrlcr . lfi WEEKLY. Ono year 81 TO Hlx months... "fl One yenr, If paid for In ndvnnco, . 1 00 Hlx months, " " " 50 Wl'ostmastcrs nro authorized to re colvo subscriptions. A3-Entercd as second-class matter itt'tho alcm.Orcgon, I'ostolllco, Juno 21. 1888. W. II. 1JVARS -CLARE II. IRVINE I-ilitor Manager. Only three out of tbo fourteen steel mil mills nro running. Seventy-pivb thousand monkeys were killed In Brazil lust year for their hides. Tjib product of four creameries nnd two cheese factories nt the little point called Holland Patent, N. Y. Is over $ 180,000 per Benson. Tun n...

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. — 2 March 1889

The L'ttle Peach. ..it ncnch in an orchard grew, ttrme Itgrow. av while passing the orchard thro', OTf mfro nench dawned on the view Thlalltu?. ,. i,iSs stcrSue Sff two7 , f the pench a club they threw, tP'K ho stem on which It grew, I7?,.fJ?i.iiB neach of emerald hue Fulu,;iibnWcu! . . vim nnii she took a chew. I V a'then the trouble began to brc w I And tpeRA'doctors couldn't 6tibdue- uu"" xoo true. ., r me turf whore the daisies crow lDnlnntcd John and his sister&uo, TbtSel?llttl8 souls to the angles llew A lfoo-hool . -wnfthe peach of emerald hue, . H?rmcd by the sun and we by tho dew, VJ?Sb! Its mission on earth 1b through- .iu, - Adieu ! THE OTHER SIDE. Spirit Scenes anil Seances- The Hope Beyond l "Jonrnal" Reporter Visits a Salem Medium &M liears Spirit Mappings. A Capital Journal man had heard it hinted so often that there were a good many spiritualists In Salem that he decided to follow a line of Investigations -for himself. Accordingly, he reflected over all the r...

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 March 1889

w wjtaKJxxiniuCifjras3cxf. fOUIVXZrxLM CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Ilecilal oflhe Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. LOCAL SUJIJUltY. Happenings Over tlio City and News From tlio Country. i ' ? ? Somo joker says thoy are not go ing to continue the electric lights here at Salem any longer because tlieyareloiigenoughalready. But we would like to know why the light on Front street, a block below Che meketc is doused out every few mo incuts while it is lit; why it lights up during the full moon and in the dark of the moon gives forth no ra diation whatever for hours at a spell. This is one of the things a fellow who lives near It would like to find out. This Is at tho entrance of the bridge, where a good light is always needed. The ticorcla Minstrels. Tho Great Georgia Minstrels drew a very large house at Hyde's. The down stairs was well filled and the first and second galleries were packed. The performance was a very satisfactory one, and the ap plauso and laughter wero almost incessan...

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 March 1889

m tH ;.riwifw ujmim "ffwif - r f r .' "v p"( Wffc' 1 - u .L'rt JOURNAL VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., MONDAY MARCH 4, 1889. NO. 300. CAPITAL I Miscellaneous. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. F., meets In Odd Follows' Hall up stairs. Cornei Commercial and Ferry streets, every Sat- uraayanjouu. j J. T. GREGG, JA8. WALTON, N.G. Secretary. INSURANCE Company. Fire and Ma line. 01. ALBERT. A;ent, - Sale m, Oregon! HOWARD BROTHERS DO General House Moving, liaising and Repairing. Work promptly done at-reasonable rates. Orders left at Capital Journal offlce' -Till receive attention. 9-11-tf WBS'T BRO'S. Hove moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to M Court street, where they Invito oil their customers and friends to coll and seef them. They guar antee all their meats, etc.. as represented If you wont a nice roast, steak, pork ot any thing In tint class' moat market, call on West Bro's.. M Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED.' Theed gentlemen have been" In the butch or business ltl 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. — 4 March 1889

iaMimi'J'1'j.i'J-fl..mmw'J fmMMJnMvtw.tLvximximimmmuaMmvMJirmJ&rwwrtLW EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1889. rUBLtSHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. T1Y THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCOItl'OItATED Office, Comer Court n Mbery Streets? Ti;UMS ()V KUIiSCUU'TIOM. I) AIM". Ono year, hy mull 5 0 Mix month, by Mull 2 no Three months by mall 1 '2,r Per week delivered by can Icr J5 WEEKLY. SI 1 Ono year . . Hlx tnnntliH (uo year, If paid for In advance, 1 () Hix months, " " " SO 4-l'oitma8lrra nro colvo subscription1!. authorized to ro- rs-Kntcrcd us f,ccond-clnss matter at the. nlem.OiCKun, Postollicc, .Iimo 21, 18SS. W. II. IIYAKS -CLARK If. IRVINE Editor Manager. Tun Alfa blitzes away at tbo tbrco Oakland policemen who opened Arc on and killed a poor fellow cbargod with a common assault who ran from them. It calls for the Inflic tion on the brutes of the death penalty. Encore. Titnnew Bchedule of the O. 11. & N. raises the rates between Portland nud Astoria f...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
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