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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 25 October 1889

".- ""jf'"" ARE AMERICANS DYSPEPTIC What a rromineat English Phylc!a Says of Our Dwellers In Cities. A prominent English physician has re cently proved, to his own satisfaction at least, that the dwellers In American cities are generally neurotics and dyspeptics. First of nil, he says, the Puritans who emigrated to New England were charac terized by a neurotlo temperament, for Puritanism was 'largely a disease of the biliary duct. And so ever since It has been the neurotic member of the English family who has grown dissatisfied with the conditions of life in the old country, and has emigrated either to Australia or America. On the other hand, tho beef eating squire type of Ei glishman, being content with things as they are, has stayed at home. But this Is not all. The climate and the peculiar conditions of life that exist in this country have developed and intensi fied this original neurotic type, until it may now be fairly called tho American type, and Is Indeed so recognized throu...

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. — 25 October 1889

f "jr'",i ',Kt',,y,5 THE CAPITAL EVENING JOUKNAL. -- sw w m i- THE CAPITAL JODtUHL TEHMS OF 8UBSCKIITI0N. DAILY. One year by mnll. ... ... .....$.) 00 Six months by mail 2 CO Three months by mall .... 1 2 ler week, delivered by carrier . 15 WKKKI.Y. One ye r by mall... ...... II 5 Hlx months by mall . .. 7 Ono year, If paid In advance . 1 0 Hlx months, If paid In advance 5 For advertlslnrtratchlapply at this ofllco AllSubscrlbcrstoTHBCAPlTALJoUlWAt who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this office, giving address, and the matter will be attended to at once. Office, corner Court and Liberty Streets The Docroit Feels Bad. A good joke has come to light on a prominent physician who resides at a small railway station on the line of the O. & C, railroad not for from Salem. In the town which wo shall call Drake, there was a gentleman who owned a number of little puns of rare fume and beauty. While in this town, onedayayoungludywho was a favorite of the physician men tione...

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. — 26 October 1889

v V. SUBSORIBE ron A.DVER riSE' IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL CAPITAL i JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOURNAU TIlU BEST PAPElt IN SALEM. IT Wl1.lt UK A GOOD INVESTMENT. -You will he well pleased with lt.fl r!J -Tho Terms nro Most HcnsonnblcCW m h VOL. 2. SALEM, OTtEGON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1889. NO. 208. I Abstracts. -For reliable and correct- ABSTRACT OF TITLE, Call on Hip- Salem kirn ami knJ tap F E. any, AUSTIN, Manager. NO. 221 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON. The only complete set of Abstracts in Marion county. Mo ami ore w DM. -O- P. O. Box 200. GEO. K. SMITH, PROPRIETOR II NSTALLMENT HOOSK ! -DEALER IN FURNITURE, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Pictures, Mirrors, Moldings, Frames, Baby Carriages, Wagons, Rugs, Stationery. Notions, Holiday Goods, Croquet Sets. Hammocks, Etc. Tents, Awnings, Etc. made to order and kept constantly ou hand. 307 COMMERCIAL STREET (BANK BLOCK), SALEM, OREGON. -0 J6Goods of all kinds sold on the regular installment plan In the city at Smith's Auction House, corner of...

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. — 26 October 1889

.r- W-S TITE CAPITA! EVENXtTG JOTTRNAL. THE CAPITAL JOIMAL PUBLISHED DAI LY, EXCEPT B UN DA Y, BT THE Canital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered at the poslofllco at 8alem,0r.,as second-class matter. JACOB L. MITCHELL Manager, Hee fourth pago for terms of subscrip tion. Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the same day) should be handed In by 1 'clock. Correspondence containing; news of In terest and Importance Is desired from all parts of the state. No attention will be paid to anonymous communications. Persons desiring the Capital Journal served at their houses can secure It by pos tal card request, or by word lea at this office. Specimen numbers sent free on applica tion. Offlce, corner Court and Liberty Streets. SATUUDAY OCTOIIEIl 28 SATURDAY READING! Vivian Bayard Gets Mingled Up In Love Affairs. THE BEAUTIFUL LADY OF THE LAKE HU Deloyed Who Is a Daughter of a Millionaire Fails in Her Love and Marries Another. "But talking now of love pcrhiip-. you may remem...

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. — 26 October 1889

?Vt&r-Tfrr &f -& M " FLOWERS W FOLK LORE. I REGARDED AS BENEFICENT IN POP ULAR LEGEND AND STORY. I World Wiila Admiration of the Xloio An emone, Amaranth and Asphodel But. teronpi and Dallies the Forget-aie-Kot. Tradition of the Lily Modest Violet. The Syrian regard6d the rose aa an emblem of Immortality. Chlneso plant It ofer graves, and In the Tyrol It la Bald to produce sloop. Germans call tho roso of Jericho the Christmas roso, and It Is sup posed to dlvlno the events of the year, If steeped In water, on Christmas evo. It Is said In Persia that there Is a certain charmed day In which the roso has a heart of gold. Another tradition relates that there Is a silver tablo on a certain Mount Calassy, In India, and on this table lies a silver rose that contains two beauti ful women who praise God without ceas ing In the center of tho rose Is the triangle tho residence of God. It is said that if a white rose blooms In autumn an early death Is prognosticated, while an autumn ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 26 October 1889

r rS$9'"!-Wr " lFm!!- THE CAPITAL EVENISTG JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOUMAL TEKM8 OP BUCSCUIITION. DAILY. One year by mall - -----Rj 00 Six months by mull f ? Three months by mall . . l f Per week, delivered by carrier 1j weekly. One year by mall . .. f 1 g Six months by mall 7 One year, If paid lu advance 1 0 Blx months, If paid In advance 5 For advertlslngjratcslapply at this office All Subscribers to TheCapital Journal who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this offlce, giving address, and the matter will bo attended to at once. Offlce. corner Court and Liberty Streets Caught the "Coon." The at mosphere in Albert's addition, south of the creek wns this niorninc so perneated with a peculiar odor, that every woman in tnu neiRiiuornoou was examining her basement and outhouses h: vain endeavor to locate Artcmus Ward's famous pole cat, which he declared vns sufficient for a whole township with the wind In the right direction. Further inquiry brought out the fact that for some ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 28 October 1889

fvp aswjsFf? - . v SUBSORIBE ron ADVER riSB IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, CAPITAL JOURNAL. HI THE CAPITAL JOURNAU the BEST PAPEIl IN SALEM. IS hi! IT WILL 11 K A GOOD INVESTMENT. O-You wilt bo woll pleased with lt.-S 8-Thc Terms nro Most Kcasonablo-CW vSL 41Jx&!PZF4 VOL. 2. SALEM, OHEGON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1889. NO. 209. '-W ; i Abstracts. For reliable and correct Abstract of titlb, Call Salem Abstract and laixl Company F E. AUSTIN, Manager. NO. 221 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON. A"The only complete Bet of Abstracts in Mariou county. P. d. Box 260. GEO. F. SMITH, WB'S INSTALLMENT H ! -DEALER IN FURNITURE), Window Shades, Wall Paper, Pictures, Mirrors, Moldings, Frames, Baby Carriages, Wagons, Rugs, Stationery. Notions, Holiday Goods, Croquet Sets, Hammocks, Etc. Tents, Awnings, Etc. made to order and kept constantly ou hand. 307 COMMERCIAL STREET (BANK BLOCK), SALEM, OREGON. O JGoodsof all kinds sold on the regular installment plan in the city at Smith's Auction House, corner of ...

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 October 1889

B5I rfot y s.r.jy j'rri'm i it 'n ' """ "-" J- THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. T& F I '1 V If K w IM' l W?K THE CAPITAL JOPBWAL PUBLISHED DAILY.EXOEITSUNDAY, BY THE Canital Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered nt the postolllce nt Salem, Or.,ns second-class matter. JACOB I. MITCHELL Manager. Beo fourth pngo for terms of subscrlp- Advertisements to Insuro Insertion (for tho snmo day) should bo handed in by 1 o'clock Correspondence containing news of In terest nnd Importance Is desired from nil parts of tho state. No attention will bo paid to anonymous communications. .... Persons desiring the Capital Jouiinal served at thoir houses can seciiro It by pps ial card request, or by word lea at this Hpc'clmen numbers scut frcconappllca- Office, corner Court and Liberty Streets. MONDAY OCTOHKK 28 Tin: Cuunrd steamer Malta U wrecked off Lnnd'it End. Deer arc very scarce In Northern "Wisconsin this fall. Tun French war frigate Arc thuso is at riilladelphla. Caiiles are to lo l...

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 October 1889

" TliV? -f f- THE CAPITAL EVENING- JOURNAL. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Lord Charles Beresford 1 bow legged Princo George of Walesf favorite sport h bonis. Baron' James de Rothschild onoo sat for beggar. The king of the Belgians manages to lira on $000,000 a Tear. Henry Clows is building a bathroomen ttrely fitted In onyx. Blmon Bolivar, the Bolivian liberator, will hare a monument costing 400,000. Prince Henry of Germany has had 700 dif ferent photographs of himself taken. Baron Do Hein, a chief justlco of the Aus trian empire, has seventeen children. Chauncoy Depow and Adam Forepaugh might bo mistaken for twin brothers. Pao Yun, president of the Pekln academy, is translating Bhakspeare into Chinese. Senator Farwell gives a fortune annually to various religious missions and charities. Archbishop Benson, of Canterbury, is a worm advocate of the use of bicycles by the clergy. Wilklo Collins, Professor Huxley, George H. Pendleton and Dom Pedro will pass sixty three this year. Joseph W. Fifer, th...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOURNAL. it i If i im THE CAPITAL J0UMAL TERMS OF HUBSCRIITIOX. DAILY. One year by mall . .-$5 00 Six months by mnll 2 GO Three months by mall 1 2j Per week, delivered by carrier 15 W.EKI.Y. One year by mall..... . II 5 Six months by mall . . 7 One year. If paid In ndvance... 1 0 Six months, If paid In advance 5 For advertlslngjratcsiapply at this ofllce AllHubscrlbcr8toTliECAriTAl.JoUltNAl who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this ofllce, giving address, and the matter will be attended to at once. Ofllce, corner Court nnd Liberty Streets Tub Pioneers. Pioneer Day at the Exposition brought together ninny of the old pioneers who reside In Oregon dates back to the early forties when there wiih lint little evi dence of civilization and Portland was a "howling wilderness." Na turally when the "old boys" met each other their inlirJs wandered b.ick to the dangers, hardships and suilbring they endured while jour neying to the "promised land." A Hood of re...

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 October 1889

SUBSORIBE FOB M ADVER riSIS IN THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, CAPITAL JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOURNAU . TUB- BEST PAPER IN SALEM. tfXoM will be well pleased with lt.-K IT WlM. 1IK A GOOD INVESTMENT. i 3-Tho Term nro Most Heasouablo-SW i.iU tn iS VOL. 2. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1889. ft.'fl 3StO. 210. Abstracts. -For reliable ABSTRACT -Call Salem Abstract and Land Compaoj F B: AUSTIN, Manager. NO. 221 .COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON. "The only complete set of Abstracts In Marion county. P. O. Box 200. GEO. Kir SMITH, -DEALER IN- FURNITURE), Y.lndow Shades, Wall Paper, Pictures, Mirrors, Moldings, Frames, Baby Carriages, Wagons, Rugs, Stationery. Notions, Holiday Goods, Croquet Sets. Hammocks, Etc. Tents, Awnings, Etc. made to order and kept constantly on hand. ' 307 COMMERCIAL STREET (BANK BLOCK), SALEM, OREGON. O """Goods of all kinds sold on the regular installment plan in the city at Smith's Auction House, corner of Liberty and State streets, Salem, Or. Lunn & 239 Corner Stat...

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 October 1889

Wtierl THE CAPITAL EVEmSTG- JOTmNAL. ' THE CAPITAL jobbml PUHLISHEDDAILY.EXCEITHUNDAY, BY T1IK Canital Journal Publishing Company. (Incono rated.) Entered at the poMollIcc nt Bnlcm,Or.,aK second-class mntU-r. JACOB L. MITCHELL - - Manager zxz See fourth page for terms of subscrlp- UA1dvcrtltcmcnt to Insure Insertion (for the same day) should be handed In b 1 "coVrespendencc containing news of In terest nnd Importance Is desired from nil oarts of the state. V No ntlentlou will bo paid to anonymous communications. ,..,.,., Persons deKlrlnj the Cai-itai. .Joitknai. served nt their houses cam secure It by pos a card request, or by word lea ut this Specimen numbers scut free on applies- Offlce, corner Court and Liberty Streets. TUESDAY ...OCTOIlEIlil) Tin: Brooklyn briilgc nppcinrs to bo tolerably well patronized. The receipts for September of 1888 were t170,8.'H.72; last month $30,058.(11, an Increase of almost I0,0:H). The Ihih Iness of lant month showed an In crease over August of $58...

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 October 1889

f"?? rr"JJfrTjW" kj r , THE CAPITAL EVENING- JOURNAL. " "T-yfi6mC'"G5ssip;"',:y" Mark Twain is a baseball enthusiast Boulanger is traveling through Pranoi ader an alias. Justice Stanley Matthews will summer at rifcUfleld, Mass. Judge Tourgee, the author, has -patented a metal fence post. I Thenar of Russia plays thetrombono-aa well as the autocrat Cardinal Gibbona was a biahop at 88 and an archbishop at 47. Lord Shrewsbury Mm inndo a big thing out' of bis noiseless tire cabs. ' Dr. MeCosh Is preparing a sot of lectures on "fundamental proof." The late Marshal Leboouf was physically the finest man In tho French army. President Dwight, of Yale, has received tho degree of LL. D. from Princeton. Bishop O'Sullivan, of Mobile, was at one time sexton of a church in Jersey City. E. P. Roe entertains guests by reading to them chapters from his forthcoming novel. "Wllkie Collins' letters aro headed with a monogram in which a quill pierces the letters. Master J. Miller. 13 Years oM. la thn nrr...

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 October 1889

ISS t in m ,S l H TELE CAPITAL EVESTHSTGr JOURNAL. J'i TOE CAPITAL JOURNAL TERMS OP 8UB3CIUPTI0N. DAILY. One year by mall... . W 00 Six montliH by mnll 2 GO Three months by mall.. . 1 2j l'cr week, delivered by carrier... . 16 WEEKLY. One year by mall . . -. H Jj Six months by mall 7. One year. If paid In advance.. 1 o Hlx months, if paid In advance 6 For advcrtlBlng;rate;apply at this offlcc Ari8ubscrlbcretoTj7KCAPlTAJ.JouitSAt who do not secure their paper regularly will notify this offlcc, giving address, and tho matter will bo attended to at once. Ofllco, corner Court and Liberty Streets A Romanck From Yakima. There Ih upon the Ynkiimt "W. T. reservation, u funiiiy of half-breeds known as the Onleys. A romanco is nsojlate(l with the name. The white father of tiie Onleys died recently, but to the lust he shunned hts own race. In soino respects he was like Sam Houston, but unlike Sam Houston he never repented of his self-banishment union the In diana. He was of a highly respect ab...

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 October 1889

SUBSCRIBE von & & f ADV13R riSIS -IX- THE CAPITAL J.0URNAL, TAL JOURNAL. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL TIIK BEST PAPER IN SALEM. IT WILL IIK A GOOD INVESTMENT. ' ir-The Terms nio Most ItonunnhlcCK r-You will bo well pleased with to.-& VOL. 2. SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 00, 18S9. NO. 211. CAP! -Abstracts. For reliable ABSTRACT Call Salem Abstract and Land Gompanj FVE. AUSTIN, Manager. J NO. 221 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON. JtTho only complete Ret of Abstracts In Marion county. P. O. Box 200. geo. f. smith:, SMITH'S IHM DEALER IN FURNITURE), "Window Shades, Wall Paper, Pictures, Mirrors, Moldings, Frames, Baby Carriages, Wagons, Rugs, Stationery. Notions, Holiday Goods, Croquet Sets, Hammocks, Etc. Tents, Awnings, Etc. made to order and kept constantly ou hand. 307 COMMERCIAL STREET (JBANK BLOCK), SALEM, OREGON. O teg-Goods of nil kinds sold on the regular installment plan in the city at Smith's Auction House, corner of Liberty and State streets, Salem, Or. Lunn & Br...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING JOTJKNATj. THE CAPITAL JOONML. PUBLISHED DAILY.KXCEPTSUNDAY, BV THK Canifal Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) Entered at the postofflce at Salem, Or., oh tnl8r gecond-ciasB motter. JACOB L. MITCHELL Manager z See fourth pnge fiir term of BUbscrlp- 1 Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the same duy) should he handed In by 1 o'clock Correspondence containing new; of In terest and Importance I" desired from nil part of thestute. No attention will he paid to anonymous communications. Persons de-drlii? the OAWTAI. Jouiwai. served at their houses can secure It by pos tal card reciuest, or hy word lea at this Specimen nuinberH sent free on appllca Ofllc'e, corner Court and Liberty Streets. WEDNESDAY OCTOHElt 30 Tinuti: have been heavy rains In the southern portions of California, which liuve done considerable dam age to crops. It snowed at Philadelphia, Bal timore and Uiiiiiberlau I ye-torday. No wonder our population Is rap Idly increaslnj.'. 1'uirrrY soo...

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 October 1889

There' Something In Name. When ono of the finest lake barges of tb. build of a few years ago wasa&ut to be launched, one of her owners wastoldthat the He protested against the name, basing hS objections on thn n v ",. . . sailors to shorten Buch lone appellation His reasoning preyailed. B PPJaUons. Senator Palmer being of the party that discussed reesel nomenclature on this occa idem, was asked by Capt. Westcott to suemsst inort, expressive name for a new craft "I will," sold he, "call her the Bum." This short, expressive appellation Induced the reflection that the Norse or Finnish legends contained names suitable for lake craft, and there Vas instanced the poem KWorala, dealing with the mythology ofthe 5" , ? eif earller ' on tho &" of the Baltic, that people believed that there was a race of demigods who ruled objects In ?atUft Aer? 7f Tftp,- who roled the forest; Ahtl, the lakes and rivers; Tuonl.the realms of death. There were a sufficiency of alliterative names to suit ...

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 October 1889

THE CAPITA! EVENING JOTJBNAI,. THE CAPITAL JOIIMAL. TERMS OK HUUSCIUITION. DAII.T. One year by mall -& 2 Hlx months by mail 2 w Three months by mnll i ? Per week, delivered by carrier... 15 WEEKLY. One year by mnll. ......... II jj Hlx months by mnll -. 7 One year, If pnld in udvnnce 1 o Blx months, If pnld In ndvnnce 6 For advertlslnKirnlesjnpply nt this ofllco AltSubscrlbcrstoTjlECAl'lTALJoUBWAi. who do not secure their pnper rcgulnrly will notify this ofllce, giving address, nnd the matter will be attended to nt once. O.llce, corner Court nnd Liberty Streets Fiuhtino Fiki: in Tin: Mount ains. While tho great and de structive fires were nixing untl roiir iug tlio mountain, JIurry Wlntlur and W. N. Jorgensen at IUe Klonp's inluur'H ctililti in Grant county, Ore gon, were right in tho midst of it. Tliev hay It was a grand, yet awful sight, to fee the anry flumes leap from tiee to tiee, run up like light ning, devoiiilug every branch and making a fearful noise, lluiry gazed tit 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. — 31 October 1889

-I SUBSORIBB ron THE CAPITAL JOURNAL TUB BEST PAPER IN SALEM. 4t ADVER riSK IN ;fl CAPITAL JOURNAL. ITHE CAPITAL JOURNAL m IT WILL UK A GOOD INVESTMENT. -You will be well pleased with It.-fffl tit S-Thc Terms nro .Most Kcaonnblo-e VOL. 2. M SALEM, OttEGON. TIITTBSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1889. h'A 2STO. 212. Abstracts. For reliable and correct ABSTRACT OF TITLB, Call on the Salem Abstract F. E. AUSTIN, Manager. NO. 221 COMMERCIAL STREET, SALEM, OREGON. JSF-Tho only complete set of Abstracts In Marion county. P. O. Rex 2G0. ' GEO. F. SMITH, SMmrs INSTALLMENT DEALER IN FURNITURE, Window Shades, Wall Paper, Pictures, Mirrors, Moldings, Frames, Baby Carriages, Wagons, Rugs, Stationery. Notions, Holiday Goods, Croquet Sets. Hammocks, Etc. Tents, Awnings, Etc. made to order and kept 307 COMMERCIAL STREET (BANK BLOCK), SALEM, OREGON. O jF"Goods of all kinds sold on the regular installment plan In the city at Smith's Auction House, corner of Liberty and State streets, Salem, Or. Lunn & Brown, 2...

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. — 31 October 1889

THE CAPITAL EVENING- JOUENAL. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. FUnLISHEDDAIIiY.EXCEITHUNDAV, BY THE Canifal Journal Publishing Company. (Incorporated.) EnUred nt the postofllce nt Kaleni,Or.,aH second-class matter. JA1 MITCHELL Manager Bee fourth page for terms of subscrlp- "Advertisements to Insure Insertion (for the game day) should be handed In by 1 Correspondence containing news of In terest iiuu importance Is desired from all No attention vr'lll be p.ild to anonymous communications. ....... Persons desiring the Cai-itai. JoUknai. served nt their houses can secure It by ixw inl card request, or by word left ut tlilx "specimen numbers sent frcconappllca- Offlci, corner Court and Liberty Streets. THURSDAY OCTOBER MI A sriiiNCi of natural cologne, with the perfume of piitchoiill, lm ltecn discovered m Alirlcrc. EvEitYiioDY Sathkii:i. Of tlie 65,000 exhibitors it the I'jiiN exhi bition, 33,003 get uwardf. Tjie Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Mich., opened October l!utl, with over 1!000 students...

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