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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 27 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, ETHER'S INFLUENCE. IVii Old Soldier's ThrllllnB Expcrlcnco Un der tlio Surgeon's Knlfo. A cenUeman recently operated on ar a private hospital for the removal of the left eye, the socket and memhrano of which had become the seat of a cancer, tells the fol lowing interesting story of his experience unacr utu tunic tu u new iuin tuucBiwiiu- bnt: "Tho doctors nereed that I had cancer, and lint hint? but an extensive surgical oper ation could save my life. 1 felt, on hearing their deeisicn, like a condemned murderer p though at a certain day and hour I should pok for tho lastumoon enruiunu cnrauuiu ho 'terrible.' h" nut it will not bo painful,' said tho sur geon, -with a pleasant snillo. ' You will bo Sndcr ether, you know.' ? "Tho operation was to be done thrco days after tho consultation that sealed my fate. low I lived throueh thoso three days I can lot tell. I wondered If I would have tho courage to faco tho ordonl coolly. I had never beforo thought mysel...

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 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOTTBNAIi. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL TEUMS OK HUIfcSCIUlTION. DAILY. One year by mnll $5 00 Hlx months by mall !W Throv' months by mnll 1 38 lr (k, delivered by cnrrler 1G WEEKLY. One yonr liy mnll $1 ft) 81x monttts by mnll 76 One year. If paid In ndvnnce - 1 00 Six months, If pnld In ndvnnce 60 For advertising roles npply nt this ofllcc. AUSubscrluerstoTilECAPiTAl.JouiiNAl. who do not secure their pnper regulnrly will notify this office, giving nddreiw, mid the mnttcr will bo attended to nt once. Ofllcc, corner Court nnd Liberty Stn-otR. LOCAL NEWS. New Indian Agent. A dispatch wns received lust even ing by Geo. P. Litchfield of this city, informing him of his appoint ment as special Indian agent for this district. Ho was not fully expect ing the appointment, and it was a pleasant surprise to him on receiv ing the telegram. Mr. Litchfield is a deserving man, and hh friends arc glad to know of ills appointment. We Must llnriy l'. Albany has ulrea ly received a part of...

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 March 1889

-SSZ r rrt- f t t. -tew,. sudscuibb FOB THE CAPITAL JOURNAL TIUB BET PAPER in salism: ' WYou will be r611 pleased with lt.-t ' a. id vis it risis -t.v- ii ft P "TA.fiT, ;: THE CAPITAL JOURNAL s .' IT WlI.T, 1IB A GOOD INVESTMENT. ' JW'l'lie Terms are Aleut Itononnule"B( VOL. 2. SALT3M, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1889. no. 22. ( jfjft ' CAP! JOURNAL. iw m Jj t 'First National Bank SALEM. OREGON. VM. N. LADt'E, -DR. .1. IIKYN0LD9, JOHN MOIlt, - - - - 1'icldent, Vleo President. - Cnshler. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, S.wr Fmnclco, New1 York, London and Hong Kong bought and sold. Btnlc, County and City warrants boiicht. Farmers nro cordially Invited to deposit und transact business with ns. Liberal advances made on wheat, wool, hops and other property at i reasonnoio rates. Insurance on such se curity can bo obtained nt tho bank In most reliable companies. ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY SALEM OHEGON. - - $75,000 Surplus, 10,000 II. 8. WALLACE, - - Piesldent. W. "W. MARTIN,...

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 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING- JOUENAl.. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, published daily, kxceptsunday; BY T1IK Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Kntered nt tlio postofllce nt Salem, Or.,tU) second-cla'w matter. See fourth page for terms of subscrip tion. Advcrttcinents to Iniuro Insertion (for tho snmo day) should be handed In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In terest and Importance is desired from nil parts of tho state. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. Persons tle-drliiR the Capital .Touhxat. served at their house am secure It by pos tal card request, or by word left at this olllce. Specimen numbers sent free on applica tion. Olllcc, corner Court anil Liberty Streets. TIIUHSDAY, MAItCIf 28, 1889. An Englishman named St. John has been traveling In the West. He got bo tired explaining Hint hi name was pronounced "Sinjiui" that lie finally hired ti mini to do it for him, and at lust iieeouiits the man had got into six fights with groveling lintel c...

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 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY. " Tito rnthotlc and Humorous Stories de lated by llio Hoorfer Poet. Mr, Riley, who was dining gt an Italian restaurant, bit tho end oil one of those crowbars of bread that aro served in thoso caravansaries, while his listenor, a reporter for tho New York Sun, bogged him to emit a story. Uo finally consented to toll this combination of humor and pathos : " I was wanuorwjr up one or tno principal streets of Indianapolis ono Decoration Day, when I met a rucned old fartnor from the interior vWio seemed to liavo lost his way. As ho wandered aimlessly along 1 nnuroached him and risked: 'Do you en joy tho exorcises of tho dayl' 'Wall, so, so,' he answered; 'but I ain't hero for fun. I como up togo to tho buryin' ground tiD thero on tho hill. My boy's buried up there Ho was In tho army, you know. Ho had to lio about his ago to get in, but tho angels 11 forgivo that ono lio. Lord, how ho did light! I'vohoarntho other soldiors tell about It. ...

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 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. TERMS OK HUnscniPTION. DAILY. Orte year by mall J6 00 Six mouths by mnll 2 GO Three months by mull 1 2S Ver wcok, delivered by carrier 15 WEEKLY. Ouoyenr by mall . SI BO Hlx months by mnll - "6 One year. If pnld In ndvnnco 1 CO Six months, If paid In ndvnnee . 80 ' Fof advertising raleti npply at this office. AHSubscribcrstoTiiECAriTAi.JounNAi, who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this olllcc, giving ndilrexH, and the matter will be attended to at once. Ofllcc, corner Court nrul Liberty KtieetB. LOCAL XEWS. New Addition. that beautiful square orinml ini- Sodiately fcouth of the University campus, belonging to Dr. Meredith, is being p'atted and rs noon us enin- pleted will be pieced on tlie market by Duncan & J'.oolli, who have tl e matter in cliarse. v Hallway i'nmors. It is reported that a survey is b- Ing ntado between CoivalHn and Junction Cily prepamtoiy to tlio ex tension of llto we.it side division o" tho 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. — 29 March 1889

K. 1. MMStsyliailllllMiaiiililiJiiiiirap SUBSCRIBE FOB THE CAPITAL JOURNAL i TIIK BEST PAPER' IN SAIBM. a rv urensB IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAU IT Will 1IH A GOOD INVESTMENT. r3-Tou will be well blew! wtth ft,W T8The Terms nro .Most Reasonable-TEt VOL. 2. SALEM, 'OKEGON, I'BIDAY, MAliOII 21), 1SS0. 3STO. 23. S & TTYT T" . ' "I First Nationa Bank SALEM, OREGON. WJNI. N. LADUE, . - - i - President. DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President. JOHN MOIK, -, Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, SnnFrnnclsco, New York, London nnd Hong Kon bought nnd sold. State, Co.tmty and City warrants bought. Tanners aro cordially Invited to deposit und transact business with us. Liberal advances (undo on wheat, wool, lions and other property at reasonable rates, Insurance on such se curity can be omameii at mo uanK in most reliable companies. i ESTABLISHED 1JT NATIONAL AUTIIOKITY i it- SALEM OREGON. (Capital Paid up, Surplus, - $75,000 - 10,000 R. S. WALLACE, .- President. V. W. MARTIN, - Vice-Presid...

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. — 29 March 1889

TIDE CAPITAL EVENING JOTJONAIj. THE CtffflL JOBiUUL FIT11LI8IIKIDAILY,EX.LPT8UNDAY, , HY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered at the poMorflco nt Salem, Or., ns seoond-clnss matter. Seo fourth pngo for terms of subscrip tion. Advertisements to limiro Insertion (for the same day) should tie nnuueu in uy j o'clpclc. Correspondence containing news of In terest and Importance Is desired from all partaof, tho.hUite. No atfehtlon will be paid to anonymous communications. PenulitH desiring the Capital Journal served nt their house onn secure It by ios tl card request, or by word left nt this otllce. Specimen numbers sent frco on applica tion. Ulllcc, corner Court and Liberty Stieots. FJtlDAY, MAHCJI 20, 1889. By the death of her fnthcr, .Tunics C. Flood, !m!bs Jennie Kloo'l becomes the richest single woman in exis tence, and one of the richest in the world. Bishop, the liilnd reader, who was In Portland a few months ago, 1? prostrated with u tit of catalepsy, His...

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. — 29 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVE2TOTG JOURNAL, WAY OUT IN ALASKA. IHow a Tenderfoot Sought Gold In Our Arotlo Territory. toseate Romance of lloundloss Wealtn and Magnificent Sconory nml the Stern llenlltyofBacon nnd Moans An Hospitable Indian. A writer In the Juneau City Mining Ike rd gives a graphic description of oxperi- fences wbilo in tno recent prospecting iour i Alaska: On tho morning or JUiy a, no avs. wo lelt Douglas City on tho favorito Ind fast-sailing canoo Hiak, Captain Jim oth well and favorably known in Aiasuran ivators) for a prospecting trip In .Lynn Canal. As tho day was uno ana tno winu featr the sail through Gastineaux, Stephens' Dassaco and Lynn Canal was delightful, as each one is dotted with little islands, rising from tho water's edge to a height of a thousand feetor more, whilst tho mountains on tho mainland are thousands of feet high, with ragged peaks not unllko tho teeth of Ion old-fashioned cross-cut saw, tho spaces between tho peaks being filled with glaciers and tno pea...

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. — 29 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, fc f" TIIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. TEIIMS OF SUIISCKIPTION. DAILY. .Ono your liy mull 86 00 8Ix months by itmll 2 80 Three mnntliR by nmll - 1 25 l'cr week, delivered by carrier .- lo WEEKLY. One yenr by mnll 81 00 Sir montbH by mall m One year. If paid In advnnce 1 00 QIX months, If paid In ndvanco CO For advertising rates apply at this office. All Subscribers to Tiik Capital JonitNAi. who do not securo their paper regularly will notify this ofTlcc, giving address, and the matter will be attended to at once. Omce, corner Court and Liberty Streets. Surprise Grange. This now Grange was organized on March 27th, with Ihirty-six charter members, at what Is known as Squirrel Hill school house. Its prospecta arc very bright. This gives Marion county seven nourish ing Granges. Mission Bottom will no doubt soon resurrect her forces. Crarj- Over Spiritualism Jewo 1'arrar, otic of tho wildest maniacs ever brought to the Oregon iiisana asylum for treatment, arrived up fro...

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. — 30 March 1889

DNEBJr" SUBSCRIHE ron A. D v is Pi r i s is t.v THE CAPITAL JOURNAL THE CAPITAL JOURNAL -TUB-BEST PAPER IN SALEM. IT vii.r, UK A GOOD INVESTMENT. 5You will bo well p'.eosed with lt.- TTlie Terms nre .Most Reasonable eaj VOL. 2. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEARCH 30, 1SS9. KO. 24. I V7 L Jlyx IriJLo First Nationa Bank SALEM. OREGON. TO, N. LADUE,, 'President. DR. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President. JOHN JIOIH, Uklshler. GENERAL BANKING, Exchange on Portland, Han Ifatnrlsco, New York, London nnd Hong Kong bought nnd sold. State, County und City warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially Invited to deposit und trnnsact business with ns. Liberal advances made on wheat, wool, hops and other property ui rensonnoio rates. Insurance ou such se curity can be obtained at tho bank In most reliablo companies. E8TAJILISHED HV NATIONAL AUTIIOUITY TheCapital National Bank w SALEM Capital Paid up, Surplus, - - - OREGON, - 75,000 - 10,000 It. S. WALLACE, - - President. V. W. MARTIN, Vice-President. J. II. ALBER...

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. — 30 March 1889

-M 1 THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, - THE CAPITAL JOURNAL PUBLISHED DAI LY, EXCEPT S UN DAY, BY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered nt the poMofflce nt Balcm, Or., no second-closs matter. See fourth page for terms of subscrlp-. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the snmo day) should be handed In by 1 correspondence containing news of In terest and Importance Is desired from all PNo SiipnnmJwill be paid to anonymous communications. ...... . Persons desiring the C.vi'iTAl. J"1, served at their houses am secure It by pos tal card request, or by word lea nt this "specimen numbers sent fieconnppllca- 11 Office, corner C urt and Liberty Streets. SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889. The pay of the United StateH sen ators is to be iticrcnbcd from .'0r0 to $10,000. The Capital Jophnal of Huleni Las been enlarged to a Boyeii-coliinin folio and is on the up grade gener ally. Iternizer. We arc pleased to note Hint our valued exchange, the Capital Jouhnal, lias been enlarged ...

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. — 30 March 1889

T'sa'rm THE CAPITAL EVENESTa JOUENAL, JEWISH FUNERALS.' Curious Customs That Are the Same Now as In tho pays of Moses. In their funeral riles and observances the Jows hovo presorved many of tho most nncient customs of their raco, says tho St Jam' dcuttte. They still rend tho upper garments In token of bereavement, as Jacob did when informed of the death of his favor ite son; they still seatthomsolves for seven days on the ground in sign of mourning as Job and his friends aro represented in tho Scripture" to have done. They still cat tho mourners' meal, as their ancestors did in Palesttno; they kindlo tho memorial light to comfort the departed soui, as tnoy uiu, m all likelihood, ages before Judaism was known; and they still reIto in public tho mourners' prayor, every repetition of which according to rabbinical notions helps tho deceased a step further out of purgatory. Tho Jows rieidlv excludo all relatives from tho chamber of a dying co-roligionist. Only strangers should bo present...

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. — 30 March 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, hr TIIE CAPITAL JOIMAL TKHM8 OK BUIWllIITION. DAILY. Onoycnrbymnll SB 00 Hlx mnntliH by mall U 60 Three months by mnll 1 25 l'Or week, delivered bj cnriler 15 WEEKLY. One enr by mnll SI fiO Hlr months by mnll - 75 One, yeor, If tmld In ndvnnco... 1 00 Mix months, If pnld In ndvnnco . CO For advertising rotes npply at this ofllco. AllSubscrlbcrstoTHECAflTALjountfAL who do not secure tlielr paper regularly will notify this ofllce, giving address, nnd the matter will bo attended to at once. A SHKEWI) SWINDLER. $150 Office, corner Court nnd Liberty Sticcls. Coming Home. B. CofTey, the recently dismissed Unintilla Indian agent, left Pendle ton yesterday, for Salem. Before .'going the fuitisfuctorlly arranged everytlling. - InKane. Peter August Burgerwm, of Port land was committed to the asylum to-day. He is depraved and Went to several farm houses with n huge knife and frighlciiid some women badly. lie in thirty-live ycani old. ' -- The UlhlMIJ- S.ieruliiti'....

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 April 1889

1 3U BSCRI BIS fob A DrV ERriStt THE CAPITAL JOURNAL IT Wil.L 11B A OOOD INVESTMENT. 9-The Terms nro Most Ileasonable-C THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, TUB BEST PAPER IN SALEM. 43-You will bo well pleased with it.- VOL. 2. SALEM, OEEGOX, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1889. 2sT0. 27. CAPITAL JOURNAL. First National Bail SALEM, OREGON. VM. N. LADUE, President. Dlt. J. REYNOLDS, - Vice President. JOHN MOIU, Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, San Francisco, New York, Loudon and Hong Kong bought and sold. State, County and City warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially Invited to deposit trad transact business with us. ' Liberal advances made on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reasonaoio rates. Insurance on such se curity can bo obtained at the bank In most reliable companion. ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY n llJlbli luui OK- SALEM - - Capital Paid up, Surplus, - - OREGON. - - $75,01)0 - - 10,000 II. S. WALLACE, - - President. W. W. MAUTIN, - Vice-President. J. IT. AL13EHT, .- - - - Cashie...

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 April 1889

h' TEE CAPITAL JOURNAL PUBLISHED DAILY.EXCEPTSUNDAY, nr tiif. Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered at the postofflco at Salem, Or., as second-class matter. See fourth pngo for terms of subscrip tion. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the nme day) should be handed In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In tcrest and Importance Is desired from all parts of the state. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. , Persons desiring the CAriTAl JounNAk served at their houses can secure It by pos tal card request, or by word left at this office. Specimen numbers scut free on applica tion. Office, corner Court and Liberty Sticcts. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1889. Gen. Greely of the signal service Is going abroad. He cannot go any further abroad than his weather pre dictions are. A hill was passed by the Michi gan House prohibiting the sale ol liquor In any place of amusement or any adjacent room. A NUMiiEK of our exchanges head some of their mutter...

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 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVElTm& JOUBOSrAL, S3m LO, THE POOR INDIAN. ' f Strength of the Tariom Indian Tribes and location or Tlicir Agenciei. Over ono-fourth of tho Indians now liv- Eing are included in what aro known as tho I" five civilized tribes," which livo in tho In- lion Territory, and whoso names and num bers aro, according to tho Chicago Jnier an, as follews: Chorokees, 23,000; Uhoc- aws, 18,000; Chickasaws, 0,uuu; ureeKs, M.000; Seminoles, 3,000. Tho otuor tribes ro all small and distributed under tho van- bus agents on reservations in twenty-three, States and Territories, in Arizona muru ro throe aeencios tho Colorado River Igency, under which nro tho following In Uans: Mohaves, 769; Chimohuovis, 203; fumas. 800: tho Pima Agency, which has fimas, 4,100; Maricopas, 310, and Papagos, U63; Jho Ban cariosAgency, witn i,w hits Mountain Apachoa, ana ol Apacncs bf six other tribes, 3,390. Thoro aro also in ona of Indians not undor an agent, 1,312, of tho Mohavo and othor tribes. In Cali...

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 April 1889

WWMtMBWilHlMf THE CAPITAL. EVKNTtfGr JOTJBNAJD, THE CAPITAL JOURNAL TEUSIS OK RUllSCWITION. DAILT. One year by mnll .. $3 00 Blxmonthi by mall 2 50 Three month by mnll 1 25 I'or week, delivered by carrier..:.. 15 WEEKLY. One year by mall 81 GO Hlx Mentha by mnll 75 Ono yenr. If pnld In ndvnnce 1 00 Six months, If paid in advance... 50 For advertising rates apply at this ofllcc. AllSubscrlberatoTriKCAi'iTAi. Journal who do not sccuro their paper regularly will notify this ofllee, giving address, and the matter will be attended to at once. Office, corner Court and liberty Streets. , Locating the Asylum. Governor Fcnnoycr, Secretary McBrlde anil Treasurer Webb, board of trustees of the state Insane asy lum, arc trying to select n site for the new building. To-dny they arc looking at land four miles east of the penitentiary. An Insane l'ntlent. Samuel C. Withrow, an inianr patient, was committed to the asy lum to-day from Eugene. Ho is twenty-four years old and lost his mindaboutthrce m...

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. — 3 April 1889

' I-" SUBSCRIB1S pon a. di v ic 11 r I S 11 I IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL IT WlMi UK A GOOD INVESTMENT. WTho Terms are Jlott Reasonable- ; THE CAPITAL JOURNAL I TUB- BEST PATER IN SALEM. S-You will be well plonscd with It.- wIdnesuay, apiul a, isso. TOL. 2. SALEM, rrmrrrv 2stO. 28 VJLl JJJ VJ. J CAPITAL First National Bank SALEM, OREGON. WM. N. LARUE, President, DR. J. REYNOLDS, Vice Fresident. JOUN MOIR, ...--.- Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, San Francisco, New York, London nnd Hong - Kong bought nnd sold. State, County nnd City warrants bought. Farmers are cordially Invited to deposit trail transact business with us. Liberal advances mndo on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reasonnoie rates. Insurance on such so curlty can be obtained at tho bank In most rellablo companies. ESTABLISHED I1Y JTATIOKAI. AUrllOKITV TheGapital National Bank SALEM OREGON. Capital Paid up, $75,1)1)0 10,000 Surplus, - - It. S. WALLACE, - - President. W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President. J. I...

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. — 3 April 1889

THE CAPITAL JOURNAL PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCK1TSUNDAY, 1V THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered tit the postoftlce nt Salem, Or., as second clam mutter. Sec fourth page for terms of subscrip tion. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the Mine dny) should be liandid In bj 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In tel ent and Importance Is desired from nil parts of the stnte. No attention will be paid to nnonj mous communications. Persons desiring the CAi'lTAf. Jouiivai served ntthelrhousescnn secure It b )his tal card request, or by word left nt tills office. Specimen numbers scut free on applica tion. Otlleo, corner Court and Llbcrt .Streets WEDNESDAY, APJUL 3 1889. A kew swindle with "South American corn," something similar to the Bohemian ontufiaiul, in being tried on the fanners of Ohio. PllISIDIlNT HAItltl.SO.N litis 1SIU d instructions that no olllciul matters, unle&sof the most imperative im portance nnd nifXHfng nature, shnll be brouglit hil...

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