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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 2 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOTJ11NAL. 'Of course I do not. I only say that I have never yet perceived any very strong Indications of their existence." "Why, Rose I" ,V1-' " "1 am In earnest, Annctto. 1 doubt not that he possesses both, and, I trust, in a high degroe. But he seems to bo so con stantly acting a brilliant and effective part, that nature, unadorned and simple, has no chance to speak out. It is not so with Mr. Hambleton. Every word ho ut ters shows that ho is speaking what he really feels J and often, though not so high ly pollshod in speech as Mr. Gray, have I heard him utter sentiments of genuine truth and humanity in a tone that made my heart bound with pleasure at recognlz lne the simple eloquence of his nature. HI character, Annette, I find in no way difficult to read; that of Marcus Gray puzzles my closest scrutiny." "I certainly can not sympathize with you in your singular notions, Roso," her friend replied. "Certain it is that I never dis covered either of the peculiari...

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 October 1889

TITJ3 CAPITAL EVKN1HG .JOITENAL. HIE CAPITAL JOURNAL TEIIMS OK HUHSCIIIITION. DAILY. One year by mall. ............. ..S-j 00 Hlx month by mull .............. i ' Three montlm by mull..... ... J Per week, delivered by carrier 15 WKFKI.V. One year by mall .. .. II jj Hlx month br mail . . . . J One year. If Jnld In advance ... 1 0 Hlx months, If paldlnadMinco fi Kor ndvertlnlng rntcw apply at thin ofllcc AllHubKcrlbcrtoTlir.C'Al'lTALJoUKNAl, who do not secure their paper regularly will notify thin ofllce, giving addresn, and tho matter will bo attended to at once. Office, corner Court I and Liberty; Htrectw A Ni:v Manuxactukk. Dor rnncc Jiros., who have a mw mill situated a few miles northeast of Hnlem, have purchased u block of laud ou tho river slough, southwest of tho Salem Flourinjr mills, and work will commence- immediately on the construction of a large saw mill, with a capacity of C0,(KK) feet per day. A planing mill will be run in connection with the saw mill. Tho engine will...

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 October 1889

SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, Tim BEST PAPER IN SALEM. XsT-You will be well pleaded with It.-CB -A.DVKR riSE IX CAPITAL JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOURNAU IT VTtMi J1K A GOOD INVESTMENT. i-The Terms are Most Ueasonnble-UW TOL. 2. salem:, otieg'on. Thursday, October 3, lso. NO. 188. I I? K LU Ladies .Cashmere ITosp, black ami colors, at 2oc, sold everywhere at 40 cents. ! Silk Handkerchiefs 25 cents. A' few of those men's hats left which must go at half price. BLANKETS S1.50 PER PAIR ! Men's Underwear and Shirts going at a great reduction. A full line of Surah Silks, extra quality, at 75 cents per yard. I show more dress goods than any house in Salem, and can match any piece x sen wmi me latest, irimmiug. juy CLOAKS Are of the best make and latest styles. They weie bought cheap and are marked very low. If you contemplate buying let me show them to you. -O- Years of experience as a caterer to the public enables me to buy the right, kind of goods and at the right kind of prices. JBSfMy ...

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 October 1889

TIIE CAPITAL EVENTNTa JOURNAL. k' I to n w i n THE CAPITAL JODIUUL .rUHLISHEDDAIIjY.EXC'EITHUNDAY, ii r Tits Canifal Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Kntered at the postortlce nt Hulem, Or., on second-class matter. Tin: Chicago Indie who have or-1 Home Malt rs. V gnnlzed In the IntcrettH of n wom-i Whiting, wet or dry, will give to CK& nu's department of the World'H Fair gloss a line polish. I -r-i Vf txrrtmi tifriiirIt iIt lii Itnfli ntifu' A JACOB t. MITCHELL Manner. Hit fourth pae for terms ol subscrip tion. Advertisements to Insure Inocrtlon-(for iho same day) should be handed lu by 1 'clock Correspondence containing news of In tirest and Importance Ih desired from nil parts of the state. No attention will bq paid to anonymous communication. Persons desiring the Capita I, Journal served nt their house can wicuro It by pox- 'lal card rcuest, or by word left at this orac. , Hpoclmen number scut free on application. Offlcf, corner Court and liberty Streets, are bendi...

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. — 3 October 1889

TJE JjffML LJOBBML Pearls of Thought. evare of a silent dog mid a wet rat. The sting of reproach is the truth of It. Envy shoots at others and wounds herself. Vows made In storms are forget ten In calms. Zeal without knowledge is like flic without light. Youth and white paper soou make an Impression. A goose quill is more dangerous than a lion's claw. What we call time enough always proves little enough. . History is not fable agre d upon but truth disagreed upon. A little seeing saves much look ing; n little speaking s.ives much I talking. , f : I He who .tfalls'to do h great good fit once will seldom do anything at I all. Iteincnlbcr that impcrtl'ience isnt wit anv more than insolence is brilliancy. Gratitude Is the music of the heart when the chords are moved by kindness. Fortunes are made by taking op portunities; character is made by making them. Dou't indulge in the luxury of stromr oninious iii the presence of your ciders. If young men will not believe in themselves no man or...

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 October 1889

TILE CAPITAL EVENING- JOURNAL. TIIE ClPITiL JOURNAL TERMS OK HUUSCllHTION. BAlliV. One year by mnll-...- W Six inontliM by mull f J" Thrtcrnonthfiby mull ' f Per week, delivered by carrier........ JO WLFKLY. One J ear by mnll.. .. ...... .tl 6 Six months by mnll.... 7 One cur, If paid In niUnncc 1 0 Six months, If paid InadMincc 6 Kor clertllni: rutes,nply at thin offlcc AllHubncrlbcrstoTJlKCAl'lTAI.JoUitNAl who do not recurs their paper rrgularly will notify till ofllce, giving address, nnd the mutter will bo attended to nt once. Office, corner Court I and Liberty Htrtcts A Sad OtntmiANCK. Tlio death or Thomas WHIIh, the youujr lad who wuh kicked hy u horse Buwl.iy veiling, uhout (1 o'clock, wuh a Hinuulnr one. In the evening Mr. "Willis told Ills son, a boy 11 years of nfje, to catch u horse, which had always Iwcn Kcntle, and put It In the stable. This the boy started to do and ho went a few rods from the door and attempted to catch the animal. The horse started to run but he succ...

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 October 1889

ADVEK r I S 13 IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, CAPITAL JOURNAL, THE CAPITAL JOURNAL the BEST PAPER IN SALEM. i IT Wtl.t. UK I A GOOD INVESTMENT. S3-The Te-rim uro Mot llmsoiuiuloTrt, 43 You will be well pleased with lt.TTO VOL. 2. SALEM, Ol-EGCTCJ. FBIDAY, OCTOBEll 4, 1389. XO. ISO. SUBSCRIBE FOR j f TLA'?--fi'0 l-rTFr more mum i Ladies Cashmere Hov, blnck ami colors, at 25c, sold everywhere at 40 cents. Silk Hauu'tercbiefs 25 cents. A few of those men's hats left which must go at half price. BLANKETS $1.50 PER PAIR ! Men's Underwear and Shirts going at a great reduction. A full line of Surah Silks, extra quality, at 75 cents per yard. I show more dress goods than any house in Salem, and can match any piece I sell with the latest trimming. My CLOAKS Are of the best make and latest styles. They were bought cheap and are marked very low. If you contemplate buying let me show them to you. -O- Years of experience as a caterer to the public enables me to buy the right kind of goods and at the ri...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING- .TOUENAL. h niR GiriTAL JODKUL l'IJIir,tSHi:DI)AIIiY,KXOi:iTHUNl)AY, 11V TItK aCanilal Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Knlnrnl lit tlm postofllco nt Hnlcin,Or.,n second clous matter. JACOII iTwCHELL - Manager. Hie fourth piiitc fur terms of MibKtrl- tlon. . , Advertisements to liinure Insertion (for the Mime iliy) should be handid In bj I o'clock. ... Corrrvin(l(tKC loiiliilnlii' news of In terest and ImtKirtiiwn Ik desired from nil p irtH of llieHlntc. No attention u 111 lie paid loiinon moii coiiimunlcutlonH. I'ersonidd-lrln:.' the C.vi'ii vi. Jowvai. served nt t In Ir Iiihim c an wt uro It )y iih liil card request, or li word 1 f it 1.i' olllto. Spcilmcn numbers scut rrictm appllm- Ollli'n, comer Court mill Liberty Htricts FRIDAY ..OC'lOllKIl i, 1WI AOioikma hull hud in hur ! mil Ivwiilv-wven boruc-plntol curt HilgoH, six hultoiiB and u piece of lend. At ('upon HprliiK, WchI Virginia. Imi lieu hunrlnu a mark which N Miiid (o have Im'imi nuide ly (...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOUK2?ATj. Snblimo Jokes. Jokes of humorists nil remind us That the giis Iho mol sublime Are the once that llmpb.'lilnil us Covered i h the mo of tlmp. Jokclets tint prhnn nnnlher. Sailing o'er lifu's Milemii main, A forlornand tinlf-irlt b:otlier, Seeing, may remain aitiIu Let us then 1)3 up mul tmitfliig With u heart for any f itc, Still n-iclzln, still q-cluioiliu Chestnuts that h i"e Ictrned to w.ilt. A tyuestion Dcriilctl. Tf n mau deckles to be on the wife Hide these days lie must be very careful of the quest ions lie asks. The other morning a Hoard of Trade man offered n friend this pioiesitiou: If n man who wits born of 1m ench par ents In England thirty live years ago dies in America, wh.tt is he? The friend argued that lie was cer tainly u Frenchman. The bystan ders who was drawn into the heated discussion that followed declared that he was an Englishman. Sev eral offers to bet on the point were made. Fiunlly the Hoard of Trade man's menu put up ?j u du...

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 October 1889

THE OAPITAIi EVENING JOUBNAL. THE CillTHI, JOOMAL. TEItMS OF HUIiHCItUTION. II A II-Y. One year by mull .... .... .-r; 00 Hlx montliH by mull l ' Three months by mall . . ... 1 l 1'cr week, rit-lltcred by cnrrler....;... h Wf.KKI.Y. Onr venr by mull . tl & Six month"! by mnll . 7i Onn j far. If lmlcl In advance 1 0 Hlx month!), If paid In advance f Tor ndicrtlxlntf rales apply at thin olllce AllHubdcrlbcrKloTllKCAflTAl-JoUltNAl. who do not secura their paper rcijularly will notify this ofllce, kIvIhk address, and the matter will bo attended to nt once. Olllce, corner Court land Liberty Streets Foim Finokhs Goni:. LllHt TliurHtlay evening, between 1 iiml 5 o'clock, little Guy LnniHon, hoii of Ed. Ij-rrson, living ne.irWninmtnri, met with ii'i accident which co'Jt hlin four flnerH Irom IiIh rl;lit hand, H.iyH the Sheridan Courier. It occurred while ho wns le..dinr n c T liomo from Willumitmon ho'Bcback. The cidf becutiH! unruly iiiid ni.ir. d to run, and in trying to hold it by wi...

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 October 1889

n ' v -ve ?jlM. .. SUBSCRIBE ron THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, THE ' i ADVKItriSIi ' CAPITAL JOURNAL (THE CAPITAL JOURNAL it wn.i. in: ! BEST PAPER IX SALEM. A (1001) lNVFSTMlCNT. O-You will be well pleased with ll.SV 3Tho Terms nie Mint ItcnsouiibtciXi VOL. 2. SALEM, OliEGOJS. SATUB DAY, OCTOBER o, 1SS0. XO. 1JM). i T 111 DiUlWUM Ladies Cashmere Hos", black and colors, 'at 23c, sold everywhere at 40 cents. ' Silk Handkerchiefs 25 cents. A few of thosd men's hats left which must go at half price. BLANKETS $1.50 PER PAIR ! Men's Underwear and Shirts goiug at a great reductiou. A full line of Surah Silks, extra quality, at 75 cents per yard. I show more dress goods than any house in Salem, and can match any piece I sell with the latest trimming. My CIvOAKS Are of the best make and latest styles. They were bought cheap and are marked very low. If you contemplate buying let me show them to you. -o- , Years of experience as a caterer to the public enables me to buy the right kind of goods and at ...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITAX EVEKTSTCr JOURNAL. M m H w I :Ai ' w 1 if. THE MPML J011BML fUHM.SHKUl)AIIjY,KXCi:i'rHUNIJAY, 1IY TIIK gCanital Journal Publishing Company. (Incon) rated.) Entered lit the )ostonice nt Halem,Or.,ns second class mutter. JACOB L. MITCHELL Manager. Woe fourth page for terms of subscrlp- AdxcrUVincnl to Iniuro Insertion (for ihe (mine day) should be hnndcil In by 1 o'clock Correspondence conlnlnliijr. new; of In terest mid UniMirtiiiiee Is desired from nil partii of the Btate. No attention will bo paid to anonymous communications. . ,, , ...,,. rontons desiring the Capita I. .Ioijknai. served nt their Ikiukck enn ceriiro It by mh inl card request, or by word lea nt thin Hpe'clmcn numbers sent free on applied- Omc, corner Court mid Liberty HtrccB SATURDAY.. DCI OIIKIl fi, 1SW SATCRDAYBVEN1NG ! Never He Too Quick fo Accuse a IVrson o1' Wrong. tiii: mtiiiirsiirAi tii rii ih.vsioxiis. A Story III it llcvi-als linn st Trin loer Hi'licvfil Hit I'liliiit1 lliisliiiinl From llvirlii...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOOfflL. Literary Note. Some tlmo ago Tho Detroit Free Press offered 3000 In prizes for the three best serial storiesbeut lu before July 1st. The result of this compe tition has been that Major Josi'pb Kirkland, of Chicago, 111., has taken the first prize of $1000. His story is entitled, "The Captain of Company K." Mr. Kirkland is the author of ''Zury, the Meanest Man In Spring County," "The McVeys" and other stories. The second prize goes to Omaha, Neb., and is taken by Mrs. Eliza W. Peattio. Her story is en titled. "The JudL'e." The third prize of $500 was awarded to EI brldge S. Brooks, of Boston, Mam. The title of his story is, "The Son oi Jssicbar." A CALIFORNIA SEX8ATIOX. Pctaluma Courier. It Is reported that tho sales of tho "Califor nia Bemedy," Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla, have grown within a few months till they aro now really sensational. The way tho fame of this production has spread is simply marvel ous. Six months ago it was un...

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 October 1889

TID3 CAPITAL EVENING JOTJEKAi. i t 3 R the wmi, MUM TKHMS OK HUIMC'HIITION. DAILY. One yenr by mnll - W Hlx month by mull I ' Three months Ity ""ill-- ' r! Vet week, delivered ly carrier 15 WKKKI.V. One yenr by innll . . V J Hlx months by mull . . One yenr, If tmld In wlvnncc 1 Hlx months, If paid In advance 0 l'or ndvertlFlnK rates apply nt thlsofllee All Subscribers to ''iikCai,itai..Jouiina I who do not secur their pnper rcRiilnrly will notify this otllcc, kIvIiik mlilrcHH, nnd Die mutter will Imuttrmk-tl tout once. OMIco. corner Court nnd Liberty Htrcets ThijMotoii liiNi:. Thu mirvey or.i for the Salem mill Kllverton motor line camped on the hanks of J'lKhlliif,' river lust nlf,'ht iiinl will to-duy try iiml loeato a crossing over wild river. The plaee that 1st the moHt convenient anil bent adapted Hch about thrce-(iiuilern of a mile below the county bridge across the river. ThoHUivey has been dellnltly nettled up to this point, and when tlie crossing Is located there tin ground...

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. — 7 October 1889

. klMMfnAUMMikii SUBSCRIBE FOR ADVEHriSlS IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, CAPITAL JOURNAL THE CAPITAL JOURNAU THK BEST PAPER IX SALEM. tT Wl,l, UK A GOOD INVESTMENT. 9-You will be well pleased with lt.ffj 3-l he Terms arc Mot lcnon:blc-troj VOL. 2. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1S89. XO. 191. IRE BARGAIS! Ladles Cashmere Hose, black 40 cents. Silk Handkerchiefs 25 cents. A few of those men's hats left BLANKETS $1.50 PER PAIR ! Men's Underwear and Shirts going at a great reduction. A full lino of Surah Silks, extra quality, at 75 cents per yard. I show more dress goods than any house in Salem, and can match any piece I sell with the latest trimming. My CLOAKS Are of the best make and latest styles. They were bought cheap and are marked very low. If you contemplate buying let me show them to you. -o- Years of experience as a caterer right kind of goods and at the right JBrMy Motte: "Always Lead and Never Follow." T. HOLVERSON, NEW BANK BLOCK ,301 COMMERCIAL ST. RESIDENT LOTS IN Nob Hill! ...

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. — 7 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVEISTSTG- JOURNAL. fo THE ftlPITAIi JOMAL. PUIIIilHHKIJDAIhY.KXCKITHtJNDAV, II V THE Canital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered nt tlie KMto(llco lit Hnlcin,Or.,as second-clii'i iimtliT. JACOB L. MITCHELL Manager, Hoc fourth page for terms of subicrlp- AdvcrllsrniciitH to Insure liiKertlou (for (tut kiiiiic day) should lie Ininclcd In by 1 o'clock UorrcHioiiilciicc eonlnlnlne news of In terest and Importance In desired from nil parts of the suite. No attention will lie uld toiinunyinoiiH communications. f'clXUIRllPMlrllll' Hi" ("AI'ITAI. Jomiinai. served nt tlielrhoilM- run secure It liy -ial caid requeht, or liy word left at till olllce. Hpeelmcn niinilieri fccnl fiieon uppllcii tlon. Olllco, corner Court mid l.lhuity HtrcetH. .MONDAY OOTOIIKKJ, Jrv-.lt Tin: Emperor of Morocco will give proiH-T reparation to Spain. Hv an cxploilonat I'luddock, I'a. eight men wero fntnllv hiui I. HiHiior A. Iv. Kimiii.i:, a pimiil' nenl mormon, died nt Kunoli, Ulali, We...

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. — 7 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING- JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOUfflL. Wliat a Woman Can Do. She can come to u conclusion with out the slightest trouble of 'reasoning on It, and no man can do that. Six of them can talk nt once and get nlong first rate, and no two men can do that. She can safely stick fifty pins in her dress while he is getting one under his thumb nail. She is cool as a cucumber in a half-dozen' tight dresses and skirts, while a man will sweat and fume nnd growl in one loose shirt. She can talk as sweet us peaches and creum to the woman she hates, while two men would be punching each other's heads before they had exchanged ten words. She can throw a stone with a curve that would be it fi itune toa baseball pitcher. She can say "No," in raeh a low voice that it means ''Yes." She can sharpen a lead pencil if you give her plenty of time and plenty of pencils. She can dance all night in a pair of shoes two sizes two small for her and enjoy every minute of the time. She can appreciate a kiss...

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. — 7 October 1889

TUB CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. THE Wm, JOURiM. TKKMH OK HUHSCKHTION. DAILY. One yenr by mnll . ... 85 JO HIx mnnllis by mnll 1 M Three months by mull .... I ! Per week, delivered by carrier. .. 15 WKKKI.Y. One yenr by mnll. ... . ... U 5 Hlx months by mull. .. . 7 One year, If pnld In ndvnncr . I 0 Blx month, lr lnld In iidviineo ... 0 Tor advertising' mlcs'npply at this olllcc AllHubscrlbcriTtoTilKCAi-iTAl.JoUnNAl. who do not sccuro their paper regularly will notify this olllce, giving address, nnd tho mutter will bo attended to nt once. Olllce, corner Court and Liberty HtrcctH Ni:v Manaoiiu. Saturday, Col. W. II. II. Watere, who has Corn lonjr time been malinger of tho Sa lem Abstract mid Limtl company, Hold his Intercut to K K. AtiHtii), ti thoroughly competent and reliable gentleman from California, who has tiHHKiiicri management of the com pany. This morning a force of workmen were put to work, re nrriiiiL'inir the offices and by the lat ter part of the week the company wllf liiL...

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 October 1889

M SUBSORIBE ron ADVEKTISIS IN JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL THE CAPITAL JOURNAL) V TUB BEST PAPER IN SALEM. WYou will be well plenpil nltli It.-S; IT Wll.t. 11K A GOOD INVESTMENT. a-Tlie Torino nro Most Kcnsonnblo-CW VOL. 2. SALEr, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1889. XO. :102. CAPITAL r MOR u I MS ! Ladies Cashmere Hose, black ami colors, at 23c, sold everywhere at 40 cents. Silk Handkerchiefs 2o cents. A few of those men's hats left which must go at hnlf price. BLANKETS $1.50 PER PAIR ! Men's Underwear and Shirts going at a great reductiou. A full line of Surali Silks, extra quality, at "5 cents per yard. I show more dress goods than any house in Salem, aud can match any piece I sell with the latest trimmiug. My CLOAKS Are of the best make and latest styles. They were bought cheap and are marked very low. If you contemplate buying let me show them to you. -O- Yearsof experience as a caterer to the public enables me to buy the light kind of goody and at the right kind of prices. fiSTMy...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENTING- JOUIHSTAL. if v t a. I. re f THE CAPITAL JODNML PUIILIHIIKD DAILY, KXUKITHUNDAY, BV THE Canital Journal Publishing Company. " Incorporated.) Entered at tho poBtofllcc nt Haloin,Or.,as Hecund-cliiRH matter. JACOB L. MITCHELL Manager, Hee fourth page for terms of subHcrlp Hon. Advertisements to Iniuro Insertion (for the same day) should bo handed In by 1 o'clock, CorrCHpomlcncc containing news of In tercut and Importance Is desired from nil parts of the state. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. rcrsons desiring the Capita Ij Joijknai. nerved nt their houses can secure. It by pos tal card request, or by word lea at this ofllce. Hpcclmcn numbers sent free on applica tion. Oinca, corner Court nnd Liberty Htrects. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 8, 1HW Tifi'.iti: tiro 3-55 churches in Chica go, and yet A MAN in toxas has bored ft well from which JIowb n liquid that niakcH all who drink II dunce. other atatcs it coiiich out of a Jug. In Miss Hum., of Alaska, who ...

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