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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 3 April 1889

TIIE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, but: HE IDENTIFIED HIMSELF. flow Senator CuUom Worked Ills Way Into a Convention Hall. Senator Uullom met a nowspapor man licro to-dav. writes a 'Washington corre spondent, who rtralled to his mind a cu rious incident of the National convention of I860, in which both took part. CuUom was Ihen Governor of Illinois, and tho news paper man was a keeper of oneof the inner Boors at tho convention. "When they met the newspaper man remarked : "Senator, you may not romembor It, out fou owe me a debt." i "How is thatl" asked tho Senator. 'Do you remember tho young man that ot you Into tno convention one uay in losu i ("Why, of course I de: you are not the Foungman, aro you? If you arc. I do owe ou a debt, sure enough." i Tho conversation brought out tho incl Bent Governor Cullom forgot his ticket bno day, and, when he told tho outer door keeper that ho was Govornor of tho State Ihe man would not bolievo him. Governot Jullom alfoctod tho hayseed in his manners &a...

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. — 3 April 1889

THU CAPITAL EVENING JOIHNAL. V TIIE CAPITAL JOURNAL. THUMB OP smiSt'IUlTION. DAILY. Ono ycarbymntl.. 9b 00 .Six months by mall - 2 00 Three months by mull 1 26 Per week, delivered by currier 15 WEEKLY. One year by mnll- ... ?1 BO Hlx month' by mull 75 One year, If paid In advance 1 CIO Six months, If paid In ntlvancc CO For advertising rates npply at this ofllcc. AHBubscri be rstoTHECAMTAi. Journal who do not sccura their paper regularly will notify this ofllcc, giving address, and the matter will bo attended to at once. Ofllce, corner Court and Liberty Streets. Russell in "Hew Itched." It is doubtful if thonnnouncciiicnt of any attraction nt the theatre en Joys the Banio well-grounded coufl denco in advance, than Sol Smith Russell, who presents "Bewitched" "atitheopera house next Tuesday even ing. The sale of seats opens at Put ton's to-morrow morning. A IJoly itmiiiniiy. There occurred quite a lively run away this morning at Fisher's liv ry stable. A gentleman from Dal las had iom...

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 April 1889

SUBSCRIBE FOR A. D V IS K riSE IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, THE CAPITAL JOURNAU IT WILL I1B A GOOD INVESTMENT. BEST TAPER IN SALEM. 3-You will be well pleased with It.-W 9-Tlio Terms are Most Reasonablo-sw VOL. 2. SALEM, OliEGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1889. 2TO. 29. JOURNAL t'Ai 1 1 JJu First NationaTM SALEM? OREGON. WM. N. LADUE. President. UK. J. REYNOLDS, - . VlcPresldeut, JOHN MOIU, - Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, San Francisco, New York, London nnd Hong Kong bought nnd sold. State, County and City warrants bought. Farmers nre cordially Invited to deposit end transact business with us. Liberal advances made on wheat, wool, hops nnd other property at reasonable rates. Insurance on such se curity can bo obtained nt tho bank In most rellablo companies. ESTABLI3UED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY of SALEM Capilal Paid op, Surplus, - - OREGON.. B. S. WALLACE, - - Piestdcnt. XV. W. MAIITIN, - Vice-President. J. II. ALllEItT, ,- - - Cashier. DIRtCTORSl W. T. Gray, W. AV. Martin, J. 51....

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 April 1889

It THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCEPTBfJNDAY, BY TIIE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered at the pnotoffleo nt Knlem,Or.,ns sccond-clnss mnttcr. Rj fourth page for terms of subscrlp tton. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the snme day) should be linnded In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In terest and Importance Is desired from nil part of the state. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. Persons desiring the Capital Journal served ot their houses can secure It by pos tal card request, or by word left at this office. wpeclmcn numbers sent free on applica tion. Ulllco, corner Court and Liberty Streets. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1889. There are a number of import ant ortlces j et to be tilled by the nomination of the president and appointments by the heads of dc p irtments. The secretary of state has been in fjrmed by the consul general at Melbourne that the Centennial In ternational exhibition in Unit city was ofllclnll...

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

THIS CAPITAL EVEJSTDSTGr JOTJBNAIi, tf THE BITER BITTEN. v A Fractloal Jolto Which Cams Near End ing In a Tragedy. A young physician went to seo his cousin, an army offlcor, out upon tho great plains. Tho officer was given to practical jokes, and the young doctor, boing a genuine "tender, foot," was a most promising subject. One morning, says tho Youth's Companion, the host gravoly proposed an elephant-hunt. "What," said tho doctor, "do you havo ele phants out hero!" "Plenty of thorn," replied tho host. Prep arations woro nt onco begun, and by niuo o'clock a party of youngsters, ripo for the fun, woro after elephants. When about five or six miles from tho post tho doctor was sent through a thicket of "wait-a-bit" thorns, of which ho knew nothing. Antici pating raro sport at his plight on his return tho host sat on his horso waiting, when he heard a shot and was startled by loud cries for help. Uo galloped through tho Blades and ar rived at a small prairie opening of an ncre lor two ...

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

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL, MMWnMaiMMMPMiMWMBMMMMMMMMIWMIIMMi-- ' . 7 - THE CAPITAL JOUMAL. TKIIM8 OF SUBSCHIPTION. DAILY. One ycnr by mall WOO BIx months by mail 2 50 Three months by mnll 126 Per week, delivered by currier.. 15 WEMCI.Y. line ycnr by mnll . SI 60 Six months by mnll "5 One year, If pnld In advance 1 00 Six months, If paid In advance O For advertising rates apply at this omcc. AU Subscribers to TnECAriTALJounAi who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this office, giving address, and the matter will be attended to at once. Ofllce, comer Court and Liberty Street!" The Train Late. The south-bound Eugene express was nearly two.hours late this morn ing. The cause of the delay was that the engine died at Aurora and a new one hnd to be sent to Portland after. Eugene .After a Woolen Mill. And now it is said the Ashland woolen mill propels to remove to Eugene if a bonus of $16,000 is forth coming. Woolen mills and bun ! may be looked upon as one and tin name tilin...

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

SUBSCRIBB fob A DV K I r I S 10 IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL IT WILL 11E A GOOD INVESTMENT. 83-Tho Terms are- Most ReasonAblcC THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, TUB BEST PAPER IN SALEM. 49-You will be well 'pleased wltlrit.-SS VOL. 2. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 18S9. KO. 30. CAPITAL JOURNAL First Na Bank al SALEM. OREGON. VM. N. l,Ar)UE, President. UK. J. RKYNOIiUS, - Vice President. JOHN MOIIl, Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Kxfchangc on Portland, San Francisco, New York. Ijondon and Hong Kong bought und sold. State, County nnd City warrants bought. Farmers are-cordlnlly invited to deposit nnd transact business with us. Liberal advances mudo on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reasonable rates. Insurance on such se curity can be obtained at the bank In most reliable companies. ESTAHLISHED 11T NATIONAL AUTIIOIUTY ThcCapital National Bank SALEM OREGON, Capital Paid up, - - '- - $75,000 Surplus, - - - x - - 10,000 B. S. WALLACE, - - President. W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President. J. H. ALBERT, .- - - ...

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

THE CAPITAL EVEOT2TG JOURNAL. i- I TOE CAPITiL JODBUL PUBLISHED DAI LV, EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered at tlie postofllce nt Salem, Or.,os second-class matter. Sco fourth pago'for terms of subscrip tion. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the same day) should be handed In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In terest and Importance Is desired from nil pa.-is of the state. No attention will bo paid to anonymous communications. Persons desiring tho Capital Jouhnal served at their houses can secure It by ks tal card request, or by word lea nt this office. Specimen numbers sent free on applica tion. Ofllce, corner Court and Liberty Streets. FRIDAY, APItIL 5, 1889. Tun commission to select a site for the navy yard on the North Pa cific coast lias returned to "Washing ton. Their report will be forth coming. England wants 1,000,000 more bushels of wheat than she has in sight, and this Is what cheers Amer ican holders and m...

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

THE CAPITAL EVEISTESTG JOTJBNAL. 11LACKSM1TIIING and HORSESHOEING Tho Question DIscuBsod in tho Light of Solentlflo Facts. !) ' TORNADO FORMATIOiV THE RELIABLE GROCERS, IvOOK - OUT ! Something Is Going to Drop at BODWELL'S NEW SHOE STORE, SM4P0HB A Few of tlio Most Important Theories Upon tho Origin and Growth or Tor nado Clouds Fenrfttl Manifesto- -tlons of Nature's Forces. H. Allen Hazcn writing to tho St. Louis Globt-Dtmocrat concerning wind-storms says that, strictly speaking, a tornado is a fun nel or balloon-shaped cloud, accompanied by n most violent wind, intense elcctrio dis charges, and usually by a peculiar greenish color and an indcscribablo roar". In fewer words, a tornado is tho extromest develop ment of a thunder-storm. Space allows a presentation of only a few of tho most important theories upon tho origin and growth of theso terrible out bursts. All aro agreed that tho "power" of tho tornado is to bo looked for at somo distance abovo tho earth's surface, proba bly n...

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. — 5 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENTtfGr JOUBNAL. E .. I THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. TERMS OP SJJIWCIIIITION. . 1M1LT. One year by mall.. WOO Six months by mnll 2 60 Three months by mnll 1 25 Per wrok, dclhcfed by carrier...... 15 WEEKLY. Ono'j-cnr by mnll. ... Hlx, months bv mnll . One year. If twild lu ndvnnce.. hi; Jlx mon r. If tMi ths.lf pnld In nd nnce . ...SI CO 75 1 00 CO For advertising roles npply nt thin olllcc. All Subscribers toTn e CAriTAi, Journal who do not secura their pnper regularly will hotiry this ofllce, giving nddress, and (he matter will be attended to at once. Ofllcc, corner Court and Liberty Htrccti. A Oreat ItrvlrallHt. Mrs. WJiite, ii great Baptist re ylvalfst of Illinois 'Hid .well known all over tht centi ul states, w.is In the city yesterday. She lft iignin on the evening tiain and her mis sion hero It w.is unable to learn. An Olllciitl It. nil'. Once Inore local democratic, circles are shivered from center to circum ference. This time it is at the peni tentiary and is all over...

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

i SUI3SCRIB15 FOR 'the capital journal, adivicii nsis IK THE CAPITAL JOURNAL THH UEST PAPER IN SALEM. 49-You will be well pleased with lt." it wh.i. UK a finni) ixviwnrMvr -Tlie Terms me .Most Reasonable-Sal VOL. 2. SALEM, OUEGOT, SATUHDAY, AP1U& G, 1SS0. NO. 31. CAPITAL First. af.innn.I Rank! iiiwuimuiumvi Aivim SALEM. OIlliVJON. VM. N. LADCB, I'rr-ddent. J)H. .1. ilKYNOLIW, - Vice President. JOHN HOIK, Cneliler. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, .Snn Francisco, Nuw York, London and Hon Kong biraght and sold. Slate, County and City warrants bought. Kiirnierx nro coidlally Invited to deposit vnd InitiMict business with us. Liberal advances lniido on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reusonnmo rates. Insumnco on such se curity ran be obtained. nt the bunk lu most rellablo companies. E.STA11I.1SUED 11V NATIONAL Ab'XIIOKITI Capital I'aid up, -Surplus, - - ----- 10,000 It. H. WALLACE, - - 1'iesUlent. Y. W. MAllTIN, - Vice-President. J. II. ALUKIIT, -.- - Cashier. DlRtCTOR...

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

TnE CAPITAL EVEXIXG JOUBNAL. ,1 i i THE CAPITAL JOl'RKAL PUBLISHED DAIIA-,EXCi:lTSLM)AY. jn tub Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) EnUred at the postonice at Snlem,Or.,as second-claw matter. See fourth fmge for termi of suWrlp Won. Advertisements to Injure Insertion (for the same day) should be handed in by 1 o'clock. Correspondence, containing news of In terest nnd Importance Is deelred from all parts of tlio state. No attention will b- paid to anonymous communications. Persons desiring the capital JoriixAi. served attliclr houses can secure It by po" tal card request, or lv word left at this office. Specimen numbers sent free on applica tion. OlIIco, coiner Court and Liberty Klreets. SATURDAY, APRIL P, 18S0. A Ditii;r apple trust 1ms Iwi'i) formed in t n .Eastern plate. The stock U almost ecrtiiin to by watered and the, trust will go up. Tim serious HIiiphs of Edwin Booth, following so clo"P upon th sudden broak-bowu of Mary Ander son, lniB almost the appearance 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. — 6 April 1889

wwnrroiwi , rnKKSSfflf THE CAPITAL EVENING JOUBNAL. WHEN FORTUNES COME. A Statement That Wonllli In Americn In Acquired by Men of Forty. Onoof the bri(thtfl young men in public life said to a New York Sun man the other clay that be was going to make his ever lasting fortune some day when he grew tired of politics. "But there is plenty of timo for tha' said he "Do you know that it is almost a rule in this oountry that men donottnuke their fortunes until they are forty years old or olderl The grand excep tion to the rule is Jay Gould, but the con temporary fortunes were nearly all made when tueir founders were at or beyond lddloage. Commodoro Vanderbllt, John accb Astor, A. T. Stewart, and all the thers prove what I say." The reporter to whom this was said urncd over the pages of the biographies na otuer worKs ol reference at his hand. 'and found enough in them to warrant the assertion that at least a great many rich Americans have been beyond forty years of ago when they have accrued...

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

THE CAPITAL EVENING .TOI'BNAL. THE UNTIL JQGUUL TEUMS OF SUIJSCHHTION. DAILY. One yenr by mull 6 00 Hlx inontlii by nmll 2 60 Three months by wall 1 SB ler week, dellvcied by carrier 16 WEEKLY. One yenr by nmll -II K Six months by nmll 8 Ono yenr, If paid In advance 1 00 Hlx montlis, If pnlil In advance 60 For advertising rate apply at till oniec. AllSubscrlberstoTimt'AJ'iTAl.JouiHfAl. who do not Recurs their paper regularly will notify this ollloe, giving adtlrem, and the matter will bo attended to at once. Olllce, corner Court and Liberty Htrecto. Mnltir In 1'ioli.ito J. A. Mclutyre, administrator in theetato of EIIhIiii Ve.i.ey, IhNdtiy filed his llnnl accounts, and flic es tate w.is declared set fled and closed. Three I'lniil I'iooTh. Final proof papers In the home stead claims of Charles II. Wojkf, James II. Filler and Williani T. Foster were to-day filed with the county 'clerk. hi-uta lor Kiiif.ull. There is but two more days to get seats for "llewitch M" and llius lie enabled...

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

3r- SS U Et S C 1 I 13 re -A. DV IJRflSn! (" IK THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, THE CAPITAL-JOURNAL THE ITTffttTiR. A GOOD INVESTMENT. REST PAPER tN ALEM. WYou will be well pleased with IU" The Term nr Most lteo1iRllefc 7T-J VOL. 2. SALEM, OKEGOX, MONDAY, APRIL S, 1SS5). NO. 32. JOURNAL; LAJL ' 1 I xtlI First National Bank SVLEM. OREGON.. WM. N. lADl'K, UK r. ilEYNOI.IH, JOHN MOlIt. - - j - Presteenl, Vk!jruiiit. i . -Cashier. GE?0L BANKING, l.xeinn 't on Portland, Kmi I'm nclsco, New York Londoli and Hong koug houiht mid sold. Htatc, (Jounty and (.My warrants bought. Kiirnie. tiro cordially Invito 1 to deiolt unit trana-irt busbies with UK. I.lliir 1 lulvaiiee made on win at, -wool, hops and oilier property at reiiNonanie rate. Insniancc. on him-Ii se curity ""Hi ho obtained fit the hi.uk In most reliable companies. BSTAllLISUr.ll II V NATION 11. AJ-THOKITI rni.n..u..l XL, J ),. , in nil ir. ii v; n LUHHU nuut'wu uuiin 1 SALEM - OREGON. Capital Paid up, -- $75,000 10,000 Surplus, It. 8. WALLA...

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

'! THE CAPITAL JOUMAL MJBMSHBDDAIlV'.KXl'LITSUNDAY, nv THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Kntred nt the iKwtofflec Bt Knleiii, Or.,a hetond-clnss ninlnr. Bee fourth page for tenn of sulxcrlp Vton. Advertisements to I null re Insertion (for the snine day) should be handed In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In terest nml Importance Ik desired from nil parts of the state. No attention will foe pnld to anonymous communications. I'cooiiHUmlriiiK the capita I. .Iouknai. served nt tholr houses can nciiie It Ijy kw tnl enrd request, or by word left Ht this ofllce. Hpeolmcn numbers sent fieeonuppllcfi tlon. Uillce, corner C itirt mill Liberty Streets. MONDAY, APJUL 8, 1880. Horn U the prophet; " not Un dream of youth. To live 1h to think; to live in sym pathy with the inihisirinl iiimsol life is to hroiuli'ii anil clarify thought. ExciiAMii: of products Is tlio Iiuhib of legitimate bichiLw; ox elmngeof kindly oil! vs is the lmc of true socit ty. J'otli ar...

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. — 8 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. - HOW SAFES ARE BROKEN.-1 An Authority In IlurBlary Gives a Fovr In structive l'oluts. Tho Boston Herald gives an interesting account by a Pittsburgh authority in the burglar's art: There are in this country just about an I even score of men whom no bank vault or safe, however strong, can resist. To reas- Isuro society, I will say that more than half lof these are safe behind prison-bars, Safe- icrcnkcrs nave more than kept pace With improvements In safes, including time looks, cmiied steel chests or eight or nine thick nesses and electric protective attachments. heir tools are mado by some of the finest ticchanics and inventive geniuses of the vorld A full kit of the most approved Dodern saro-worlter's tools costs about 5,000. Tho modern safe burglar is an exceeding ly keen, intelligent man. He can open a faro having all tho modern improvements n from ten minutes to two hours without po aid of explosives, and by only slightly aeiacing it. sometimes ho l...

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 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOUBNAL. llllimilllll. mMlUIBMKMOWBna I i i- k ii THE CAPITAL JODMML TEUMS dV HIMWC'IIIITION. DAILY. One year by mull - g JO Six months by mall. - f g" Three month by mnll- - i f l'er weak, delivered 1 carrier 15 wei-ki.y. Ono year by mall 1 j Six months by mall , ? One year, If paid in advnnce 1 00 Six months, irpnld In Advance TO For advertising rate apply at thin olllce. AllfiulwiriberBtoTHECAfiTAiiJouiiNAl. who do not secure their paper regularly Will notify tills ofllic, gUliixuddrcwi and t ho matter will he attended to at onto. Ofllcc, corner Court and Liberty Htreetc Scats for Itiiiscll. There is but two more days to get scats for "llewitched" and thus bo enabled to see the funniest of funny mon, Sol Smith Rus&oll. Remember Mr. Rucll and his sp'eiidld cum- piny appear but ti- it I dit. - llcst of the Senium. The concert AVcdtieday at the University eliapei will bo the best of the season by our local talent. Miss I'arrish sings a difficult tolo never he...

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 April 1889

SUBSCRIHK roi THE CAPITAL JOURNAL a. d;v re r r i a it IW J THE" CAPITAL JOURNAL ft -WH.l, DK , A GOOD INVESTMENT. WTlie Terms are Most Reasonable-SB THE BEST PAPER IN SALEM. a-You will be well pleased with it.-w zt. f A T)Tr"tP A T TOT TR N A f VOL. 2. First Na Ban lul SALEM. OltEGON. ffM. N. LAtH'12, President. dr. .1. Reynolds, - vice President. JOHN MOIR, Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Kxciinupe on Portland, San Francisco, New York, Iioudon and Hong Kong bought und sold. State, County and City warrants bought. Karmors aro cordially Invited to deposit und transact business with us. Liberal advances mndc on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reasonable rates. Insurance on such se curity can bo obtained nt the bank In most reliablo companies. USTAHLISHEIl 11V NATIONAL AUTHOItlTV TlieCaii mi.fL:i.j t. til nt V "-'- OREGON. SALEM 'ilid up, $75,000 10,000 Surplus, - It. S. WALLA CK, - - Piesldent. W. W. MARTIN, - Vlco-Presldent. J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier. DIRhCTORSi W.T. Gray, W.W.JI...

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 April 1889

TIIE CAPITAL EVENING JOTJUNAL. ' m w V. .& HIE CAPITAL JOURRAL. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXClUT-HUNDAY, ItY TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Kntered nt the postofflce nt Salem, Or., as second-class matter. Hoc fourth lingo forJ terms of subscrip tion. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the snmo day) should be handed In by 1 o'clook. Correspondence contnlnlUK news of In terest mid Importance Is desired from nil part of the state. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. Persons desiring the Cai'Itai, Jouhxai. served ot their houses can secure It by iks tal card rcquost, or by word left at this ofllce.l Specimen numbers sent frco on applica tion. Office, corner Court and Liberty Streets. TUESDAY, APKIIi D, 1889. The cold in St. Petersburg is nt timea too intciifc for any out-rloor amusements. mhi: dog "crsi.e" is lucrciuiliur, nnd witli startling rapidity, mid it continues to he shared nlike by both sexes. A pair of cniiinc treiisuresis now counte...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
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