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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 9 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. DOLLAR'S TRAVELS. History of a Coin from the Timo It Left a Bracelet Till Its Return. Therj is a young lady living in Lambert VUIe, n few miles from Trenton, N. J., who, according to tl correspondent of the Indian apolis Journal, lias a gold dollar with a his tory The adventures of the coin are as unique as ttiev are interesting The gold dollar was given her over a year and a half ago by a friend and had her monogram on the back. It wa3 attached by a chain to her bracelet. Ono evening in Fobruary of last year the maiden went sleigh-riding and tho next moruing missed the gold dollar. The broken chain showed how it had disap-' peared. Search was made in vain and final ly an udvcrtiscmcut of the loss was inserted in tho local papers. The advertisement caught tho cyo of a corner loafer. lie wont to tho young ladys hou so and stated that he found tho coin In tho bottom of tho sleigh while It was standing outsido tho stablo tho morning after the coin was misse...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 9 April 1889

s .v ' TIIE CANTAL JOURSAL. TEUMS OF BVrWIUITION. DAILY. One yenrbyinalL Sj TO Six months by mnll 2 oo Three months by mnll 1 l'er week, delivered by carrier 15 Wf.EKI.Y. One year by mall SI 59 Six months by mnll , J One jenr, If paid In nilvnnce 1 00 Six months, If paid In ailvnnce 60 For advertising rates apply nt this olllce. AllSubscrlbcrstoTilECAi'iTAl.JouHNAL who do not securo their pnper regularly will notify this olllce, gl lng address, and the innttor III bo attended to nt once. Ofllcc, corner Court and Liberty Streetr. Tlio IIojm Not Oullty. The trial nt Pllvcrtnii yesterday f the Almc3 boys, charged with un lawfully soiling beer,, resulted in their acquittal. No evidence was produced that they had hold liquor, hence the failure of tiie prosecution. m Tlio 1 1 It'll Water Murk. Yesterday tit tliu penitentiary thcie were 10!) men at work in the shorn. Tlil-t Is Hie Itiri-fct foice that has evel been employed tlieie. 'i'nere are but a few in the hospital, and all who ale abl...

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. — 10 April 1889

' Ml" -f ,KjJILBF ffllilfl Mrf II Fill ilMl.KlitH SU 13 3 ? Kill IS roit A. 13! V IS K r I S IS THE CAPITAL JOURNAL TAL -IX THE CAPITAL JOURNAU TIIK-- i BEST PAPEIt IX SALEM. IT WlM. UK A GOOD INVESTMENT. sYou will b well planed wh It.tt WTho Terms! nre Most Resonables VOL. 2. SALEM, OKEGOX, WEDNESDAY, API?1L 10, 1SS). XO. 34. CAP! I OURNAL irst National Bank SALEM, OREGON. Ml. N. LARUE, President, lit. J. REYNOLDS. - Vice Prnaldent. JOHN MOIR, - '- Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, San Francisco, Jew York. London nnd lions ICone bought and sold. Stale, County.nnd City warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially Invited to dCDOslt imd transact hiisinpss arlth us. Liberal ndvonees made on wheat, wool, hops and other property at nx-asoiiuoie nucs. insurance on sucn se curity can be obtained nt tho bank lu aosi renaoic companies. STAHLISHED 11Y NATIONAL AUTIIOKITV ll (lyiw SALEM OREGON. Capital Paid up, .- $75,1)1)0 - 10,000 Surplus, - - It. S. WALLACE, - - President. V. "W. M...

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. — 10 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING . JOUBNAL. R ft $ :'- li Lt i -, .1 r l ;; v I: m i' i M a : i. i fi n THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. published daiia'.exi'Eptsunday, I1V THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered nt the postofflee nt Salem, Or., ns secopd-clnss mutter. See fourth page for! terms of sulncrlp Hon. AdertiomcutR to Insure Insertion (for the mmc day) should he hnuded In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In terest nnd Importnncc Is desired from nil parts of the state. No attention will he paid tonnonymouM communications. Persons desiring the Capital .Iouiinai. served nt their houses cun secure It by pos tal card request, or hy word left nt tills ofllce-. Specimen numbers sent free on applica tion. Utiles, corner Court nnd Liberty Streets. "WEDNESDAY, APJUL 10, 18S9. If Johu Sulllvnn wants to knock Kilraln out, ho had better get him in n corner and luvnlh on htm. A PAltMim living near Attica, Kan., will cultivate wveiity iicioh of watormulotiH on hit furm tlii...

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. — 10 April 1889

' THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. ANDY WAS ALL RIGHT. How on Indiana Agriculturist HumuJntoil a Chicago Huncn-Mnii. Old Andy Arbuckle, from Tipton County, Ind , cimo to Cbicago ono day last week with a car load of bogs. Alter ho had sold them the purchaser, writes Ed. It. Pritoh ard In tho Arkansaw Traveler, handed Andy a check on the bank for his money, saying, as ho did se: "You can get that cashed now, or wait until you get homo, Mr. Vrbucklo, if you do not care to tako tho isk of carrying tho currency with you." "Guess I'll jist git tho monoy on it, if it's tho samo to you, mister," jrepliea old Vndy, withn grin. "Besides,! kinder want er look "roun' a muo, an1 1 migtit need it." '"All right," replied tho stock dealer, 'only it's not safo to carry so much money vlth you in a largo city like Chicago." "Yes, so I'vo heord," assented Andy, 'but I'vo bin hustlin' 'long fer darned near forty years, on' tho f ellor that gits a dollar jfrum mo has mighty near alius givo mc two fer it 'f o...

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. — 10 April 1889

CAPITAL EVENING JOUKNAL. TIIE CAPITAL JOUMAL ti; jiiNis-rnniAi. association. The Exf-rclsc An- Concluded Alter a nix Ai?fo hack CoiKiltlmi of Hie Motile lied Man TIIE MHWMfMaplWWMWBBniaiIMMiaMMH T" " ' - '- ' - wat i 8T& 0 B B 1 B H H ff I f B 11 Once Mm 9 fll n 18 n IAhH h H HI I! it i I TEUM8 OF HUBSCM1TION. liAH.V. One year by mnll 56 00 Six montbi by mnll 2 BO Three months by mall I 35 Per week, delivered by carrier 15 WEEKLY. One year by mnll $1 BO 8ljc months by mnll "5 One yenr. If paid In ndvnnce : 1 00 Six months, If paid In ndvnnce 60 For advertising rates apply at this office. AllSubscrlbcrstoTHECAriTAl.JoUKNAl. who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this ofllce, gl ing address, and tho matter will be attended to nt once. Office, corner Court and Liberty Streets. p i niching Tliclr Tents. As there hiw been n vast immigra tion in the city of lute it 1ms become almost nn impossibility to secure n house. This morning n number of others arrived who are making...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 11 April 1889

HtI BSCK IBli a. div n; r. r i a 12 is TH-. 0PiVALiDURNALr THE CAPITAL JOURNAL IT WII.I. UK A GOOD INVESTMENT. JKST PAPER IN SALEM. e ou will be well pleased with lt.-e Tlie Terms nro .Most RensonablcSft VOL. 2. SALEM, OUEGOX, THUBSDAy, APRIL 11, 1SS9. 2STO. 35. CAPITAL i v4xjj7JL0 7irst National Bank SALEM. OREGON. fwai. JSt. jjAiit'n. 1111. .1. REYNMiflH. - President. Vice President. - - Cnolilcr. JOHN JlOIlt, - - GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland. San l'rnnelsco. New York, London nnd Hong Kong bought and sold. State, County unci City warrants boucht. Farmers nro cordially Invited to deposit imd transact business with us. Liberal ndvanees made on wheat, wool, hops nnd other prupcity at reasonable rates. Insurance on such se curity can bo obtained at the bank In most reliable companies. ESTABLISHED nY NATIONAL AUTHOIUTY SALEM OREGON. Capital Paid up, 575,000 '10,000 Surplus, - i,i It. S. WALLACE, - - President. V. W. MAIlTlN, - Vice-President. J. II. ALBERT, -..- Cnshler. DIRtC...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 11 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. j: W m it i-, THE CAPITAL JOURNAL innihlSHKD DAILY, KXriClT SUNDAY, J1Y THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. ! (Incorporated.) Kntercd nt tlio postolllcc nt Satcni,Or.,a8 seeond-clnis mutter. few fourth page for; terms of subscrlp- Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the snmo diiy) should bo handed In by 1 o'clock, , , Correspondence containing news of In terest nnd Importance Is deshed from nil parts of the stat. No attention will bo pnld tonnonymous rnmtnlinlpjiflnnfl. Persons desiring the Capital JouitNAr. served nt their houses enn scenic It by m tul card request, or by word lea nt Ihls offlcc. Specimen numbers scut free on nppllcn- Utilcs, corner Court nnd Liberty Streets. THURSDAY, AJ'IUL 11, 188!). The Governor's Proclamation. Inasmuch ns the centennial anniversary of the Inauguration of George Washington as llrU president of the United Btatos will Occur on theSOthdayof April, Anno Dom ini, 1881), which day has been set apart, by ftnnctofco...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 11 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. Go to tlio I2el, Te Lazy Hem. Tbo Fopular Science Monthly asserts that an eel lays 0,000,000 eggs. This is a good deal to swallow Those noisy barnyard tcatkiers, tbo hens, should go and learn wi&aora from their lipjery rivals, 'AN OLD SALT'S YARN. A Troasuro Found In a Olovorly Mado Woodon Log. jspf C Tlio TVlmlo and tlio Clam A Jonah-tlko Escape from Death A Novel Combina tion of fTlno Cellar, Dank and Safety Deposit Vault. An old man sat on tho edgo of tho string- pioco or a I South street dock Ingeniously splicing a hawser, and his only companion I was a short, black clay pipe, from which ho pulled spasmodically clouds of rank plug obacco smotto with much energy and sat isfaction. His age, says tho Now York Tribune, was about sixty; his hair long and I gray, and about his withoredbut kindly I countenance thoroworo many Bignsof the inarasmps ana privations he had exDerl- Icnccd during "a life on tho ocean wavo." Yet his appearanco was not particula...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 11 April 1889

1 THE CAPITAL EVENING JOVBKAL. 1 f Iff i THE CAPITAL JOBBML TERMS OF SrilSCRIlTION. DAILY. One year bymall 6 00 HU month by mall - 2 CO Tlin-e month by mall 1 26 Per week, delivered by carrier 15 WEEKLY. One yanr by mall 81 50 Six months by mall - 8 One year. If paid In advance . 1 00 8I. months, If paid In advnnco 60 For advertising rates apply at this olllce. AllfiubscrlbcrstoTilEl.'AriTAl.JouiiNAi, who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this onice, gllngaddre,and tho matter will be attended to at once. Olllce, corner Court and Liberty Streets. Call In a Parson. A marriage House v. ns this after noon granted to h. V. Homier and Miss I. N. Gardner. Humes for the Kiigliii'N. The engine companies have a yet failed to find teams to suit them although they are anxious to secure them. Matters In Probate. John Calvert was appointed ail minisitralur of the estate of Peter Schcrbaeh, with bonds lixed at $10, 000. m A New Church. The Presbytery in session at La fayette has appo...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 12 April 1889

SUBSCRIBE ron A. D V E R riSE IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, TAL THE CAPITAL JOURNAU -JTHB BEST PAPER IN SALEM. IT Willi, I1E A GOOD IXVESTMENT. S-You will be well plensed with IwVm B-Thc Terms nro Most Reasonoblo-ttJ L VOL. 2. SALEM, OBEGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 18S9. STO. 3G. CAPI JOURNAL. VmH M in mi U SALEM, OREOON. WM. N. LADCE, -DH. J. nEYNOLDS, JOHN MOIH, - - - President. Vice President. - - Cushlcr. GENERAL BANKING, Excimnco op Portland, Han Francisco, New York, London and Hong Kong bought and sold. Stale, County and City warrants bought. Farmers are cordially Invited to deposit ttnd transact business with us. Liberal advances made on wheat, wool, hops and other property at rensonnruo rates. Insurance on buch se curity can be obtained at the bank In most reliable companies. ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTIIOUITV 11 tlOll JftUltll 1(1 SALEM Capital Paid up, - - OREGON. $75,01)0 10,000 ui U. 8. WALLACE, - - 1'resldent. W. W. MAUTIN, - Vice-President. J. H. ALBERT, .... Cashier. DIRtCTORSi W...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 12 April 1889

n 1 't THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. J? THE CAPITAL JOIMAL PUBLISHED DAItl'.EXCErTSUNDAY, HY TnE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (IncoVporated.) Entered nt tlio potomcc nt FaIcm,Or.,n8 second class matter. Beo fourth pngo forj terms of Bubscrlp- uon, Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the mine day) should be handed In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In terest and Importance Is desired from nil parts of the state. No attention will bo paid tonnonjmoUB communications. l'crsons doslrlng tlio CaI'Itai. Jouiinai. Borvcd at their bonces can secure It by pos tnl enrd request, or by word left nt this olllce. Specimen numbers sent fice on applica tion. Ofllco, corner Court nnd Liberty Streets. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1889. About 3,000 railway biukcsliavo been Invented and patented. One Of the latest is described ns beauti fully simple in its vv orkihfr. Push n button and the brakes aie set on the entire train. Otfn of the chief features of the use of paper fabric for buildi...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 12 April 1889

TEE CAPITAL EVENING JOtTtttf AL. IN THE NIGER DELTA. Horriblo Suporatltlons Prevailing in that Part of Africa. X.lzard and Snake Worship A Mother Re- Jolclnc to See Her Child Devoured by a Python Good Work Done .by Christian Missionaries. In too last lssuo of the "Proceedings of tho Royal Geographical Society," London, there is an unusually interesting articlo on " the Niger Delta" in Africa, of which tho following synopsis has been made for tho ' Now York Ledger: Theljos represents to-day tho ruling poo- (plo of tho extreme lowor Niger, of Brass, of Now Calabar, Bonny and Opobo. In i times past they woro fanatic adherents of a savago typo of animistic religion. Like ; tho majority of tho Africans, they did not : know or conceivo of tho existonco of ono supreme God, but embodied a number of natural principles in $ho forms of certain animals, or in a concrete representation of "fetishes" or idols. 1 Each little community had its "totem." or sacred animal, in whoso species tho ances t...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 12 April 1889

1 I f THE CAPITAL JOIMAL TK11M8 OF HUII.! 1UPTION. DAILY. One yenr by mall 80 00 Hlx month by uinll 2 CO Three months by mall- - 1 2 1'or week, delivered by carrier. 15 WEEKLY. One yenr by moll $1 150 Six months by mull 70 One yoa.,lf paid In advance 1 00 Six months, If paid in nilvnnco &0 For advertising rates apply nt this ofllcc. AllSiibscrlbcrstoTnECAlUTAl,JoU.VAl. who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this ofllec, giving address, and the matter will be attended to at onee. Oillec, corner Court and Mberty Street. Another Now Addition. The latc3t among the ruldltlotiH ii thtit of MntthcwH & Ainswortl', the Gt r "e l C.ly t.ddilii! . It Iks in the tuiHtuml in divided Into live and tun acre truetH, Hiiltublu for the culti vation of fruits and garden. Tim Cli" Ik Comliifr. Those who witnessed the eiretrnVer forniince at Corvallis pronounce ii first-class. It is an old-time one ring circus with good tumliliiig and riding, and some of the most daring trapeze perf...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 13 April 1889

SUBSCRIBE Fon A. EV IS k nsic wr THE CAPITAL JOURNAL IT WlJ.I. MK A GOOD INVESTMENT. -Tli Term Ate Met IlensotinblcSt THE CAPITAL JOURNAL NAL -tTIIR BEST PAPER IN' SALEM. SYou will bo well pleased with lt.- YOIi. 2. SALEM, OI?EGO:Nt, SATItBDAY, APB1L 13, 1S89. STO. 37. CAPITAL JOUJ First Natio l' K ill! Ill JJtl SALEM, OREGON. WM. N. LADUE, -DR. J. REYNOLDS, john atom, - - President. Vice President. - Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. Exchange on Portland, Han Francisco, Now York, London and Hong Kong bought and sold. State, County and City warrants bought. Fanners arc cordially Invited to deposit und transact business with us. Liberal advances made on wheat, wool, hops and other property at rensonnme rates. Insurance on such se curity can be obtained at tho bank In most reliable companies. ESTABLISHED IY NATIONAL AUTHORITY I in va OF- SALEM - Capital Paid up, OREGON. 75,000 - 10,000 Surplus, - R. S. WALLACE, - - President. V. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President. J. H. ALBERT, .- - - - Cashier. ' D...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 13 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENTNTG JOURNAL. L f0IE CAPITAL JOURMI, PUBLISHED DAI iA'.EXCEITSUNDAY, BY THE Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entored nt the postofflce nt Salem, Or.,as second-class innttcr. fre fourth page for; terms of subscrlp tton. Auvcrllsomcnts to lnsuro Insertion (for tlw Riunc dy) should be linnded In by 1 o'clock. Correspondence containing news of In terest nnd Importance Is deblrcd from nil parte of the state. Wo attention will be paid tonnonymous communications. remons desiring the Capital Journal served nt their houses can Rccitro it by pos tal card request, or by word left nt this ofllce. Specimen numbers sent free on applica tion. Utllco, corner Court and Liberty Streets. SATURDAY, APRIL 1.1, 1880. The Governor's 1'roclRiimtlcni. Inasmuch as tho cenlcnnlnl anniversary of Ihclnnuguratlon of George Washington no first president of the I'nltcd States will occur on the 30th day of April, Anno Dom ini, 18.4'J, which day has been set apart by nn net of cong...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 13 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOUENAL. SNAILS AS FOOD. Where the Molluscs Ara Considered a Delicious Article of Diet. A "Wiltshire) correspondent writes us in somo amazement, says the London Stand ard, that only last week ho found a man searching for snails, not as zoological speci mens, but as articles of food. Still more extraordinary, ho actually Dralsed them. Simply roasted on tho bars of tho grato and : eaten with pepper and vinegar they nro de i clared to bo toothsome. Soaked In salt and water and thon cooked and served after tho l fashion of whelks and periwinkles they aro stui oetter. in winter tho land shells, like Isnalls, aro hibernating in holes, under Heaves, and in tho hollows of trees. As all the species In a torpid stato lay on a load of iat before, retlrinc lor tho winter, tho snail scoter, though possibly ho did not quito understand tho reason why, was of tho opinion that it was only at this period of tho rear that tho molluscs aro fit for human consumption. Hero, most likel...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 13 April 1889

4 THE CAPITAL EVENING JOUBNAL. SBS ., u J- i M i - j IDE CAPITAL Jtlim. TEUMS OK HUUSCIUITIOW. DAILY. One yenr by mall . J5 00 Mix month by mall 2 0 Three months by mnll 1 25 Per -vock, delivered by carrier. . 16 WBKKIV. One yenr by mnll 81 JjO Blx months by mnll , Jo One yenr, if paid In ndvnnco 1 00 Blx mouths, If paid In ndvnnco CO For advertising rates apply at thin ofllce. AllflubscrlbcrstoTunCAWTAi.JouitNAi who do not sccurs their paper regularly will notiry thlR olllce, giving nddrcHS, and tho mnttcr will bo attended to at once. Omco, corner Court and Liberty Streets. Coining to tho City. E. H. Uclllnuer has deckled to move his fuinlly to tho city, as hit- business has becomeso pressing that ull his tunc is needed here. Ho liat rented a house on Court street, where ho will reside until he can build. It is expected lie will build a residence Hint will be a credit to the city. , They nro Hero. The celebrated Scotch vocalists who give a performance at tho opera house to-night, t...

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 April 1889

EJS (24ifIlS.4te JOURNAL I ADlVKR ril IK THE CAPITAL JOURNAL IT WlM. BK A UOOD INVESTMENT. -Tho Tonns are Moit ItensoiTable-fet ft -- 'T - . . r . VOL. 2. IP-" " M'' : "i SALEM, OBEGON, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1S89. NO. 38. ffinnUUnim Uniw. i .' L .. . JIlM wKnfcYjPBawAb. LATEST EY TELEGRAPH. , Cr ' fr $"'""( A WM. N, ljADtfE. 'resident. DIt. J. linYNOLUN, - Vice 1'iesldcnt. JOHN MOIH, Cashier. GENERAL BANKING. ' Bxchango on Portland, San Francisco, New York, London nnd Hong Kong bought and sold. State, County and City warrants bought. Farmers nro cordially Invited to deposit tmd transact business with us. Liberal advances made on wheat, wool, hops and other property at reasonnbio rates. Insurance on such se curity can bo obtained at the bank In most reliable companies. ESTAUI.I1IIED BT NATIONAL AUTHORITY MUUttl iUl 1(11 UU -1"- OREGON, SALEM Capital Paid up, Surplus, - $75,1)00 10,000 it. S. WALIjACK, - - President. W. W. MAHTIN, - Vice-President. J. II. ALBERT, .- - - - Cashier. DIRtCTO...

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 April 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. is: a ri m Ife JtW-. "! II ' .' !. A ' I ' i V: f r Li It J 1 .) i n fi 4 r4' ME CAPITAL JOURNAL. PUBLISHED DAILY, EXCE1TSUNDAY, hy Tim Capital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Knterod-at the postofuce nt Snlcm,Or.,ns secontl-clnss matter. rrc fourth page forj terms of Bubscrlp- uon. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the Bnmc dny) tthould be handed in by 1 Corrospondenco contalnlnK news f In terest mm importance is uniimiiuiuiui parts of tho state. No Attention will bo paid to anonymous communications, l'enuni desiring the Cavitai. Jouknal served nt their houoe can ecuro It by pos tal cnrd request, or by word lea nt this offlco. , ,. Hpeclmcn numbers sent free on nppllcn- Olilco, corner Court nnd Liberty Streets. MONDAY, APltlli 10, 1889. Tho Ocncriioi'n Proclamation. Inasmuch ns the centennial anniversary of thelnaugurntlon of U cargo Washington ns tlrst prosldent of tho I'nlted States will oocuron thoMlhdny or April, Anno Dom ini, 1!MD...

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