Evening capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1888-1893, August 15, 1889, Image 1

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VOL. 2.
SALEM. OTtEGON. TUTJKSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1889.
jSTO. 142.
New Livery Stable.
J. Mcey has lately purchased tho Liv
ery and Feed Stable lormcrly owned by
Wagner & German, and now conducts
A FIRST-CLASS STABLE!
He has some of tho best rlc In the cltv.
Give him a call and It will bo niled with
treat promptness.
HORSES FOR SALE.
One heavy gelding, one young marp with
young colt, English shire; one mare with
foal by Sasshaw. Junior, one two-year-old
i-vrutuuuuuy mm, nno iretie:
Cill nu
A. STRAIN.
6-29 W3
Eola, Polk couuty, Or.
Small Farms -for Sale,
A numbet of ten-acre tracts of desirable
and within one and nhilf miles of Salem,
nt prices rnnglng from $50 to $100 per acre.
Apply to ,
WIlTLIS A CHAMBERLIN,
( 0-29-Im Opera House Block
J. J. CULVER,
County Surveyo
JAMES WALTON,
Topographer,
W. H.EBYARS,
Civil Engineer,
Byars, Culver k Walton
Surveyors &. Topographers,
Surveys, drafts, mats
mans and descrlDtlons
of lands, townlots, and
roads, ditches, streets,
sewers, alleys, etc. etc.,
made and furnished nt
, reisonablo prices. Old
Light Solar Transjt. corners and lines rc-es-
w. l. t. uuhl.1 tuhllshed fnimoriglnal
to, n. r. Ada notes.
Grades for ditches, roads, streets or sow
ers, with estimates furnished on applica
tion. Address County Surveyor's oltlce.
Sclem, Oregon.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUT1I0KITY
n
' r r ---n. I tin -.
;af
HVIKULMI
Of
SALEM - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid op, .... $75,000
Surplus,
10,000
K. S. WALLACE, . President.
W. W. MARTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II.. ALBERT, ..... Cashier.
DIRtCTORSi
W. T. Gray, W. W. Martin,
J. M. Martin, R. S. Wallace.
Dr. W. A.Cuslck. J. H. Albert,
T. McF. Patton.
LOANS MADE
To farmers on wheat and other market
able produce, consigned or in store,
3 J'
ell
either In private granaries or
public warehouses.
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
COMMERCIAL. PAPER
Discounted at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on Now York, Chicago, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris. Berlin
Hong Kong and Calcutta.
SALEM, OREGON.
WM. N. LADUE, ; President.
JDK. J. REYNOLDS, Vlco President.
JOHN MOIIl, Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING.
Exchange on Portland, San Francisco,
New York, London and Hong Kong
' bought and sold. State, County and City
warrants bought. Fanners are cordially
Invited to deposit und transact business
with us. Llberel advances made on
-wheat, wool, hops and other property at
reasonable rates. Insurance on such se
curity can bo obtained at the bank In
most reliable companies.
History of Oregon
Krorh tho Earliest Period to
the Present Time
BY HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT.
Just published, complete In two vols,
with Index. A iiuiguillcent contribution
to knowledge. The pride ot a people who
are proud of their rfcord. A household
necessity; o national benefit.
Agents Wanted SK??,eJSbii?h0.
ed can at all compare with this In Interest
und Importance to the people of Oregon,
und to ull others Interested In the welfare
of their country. It contains n record of
brave doings, of grand emigrations and
permanent organizations. It is the lire of
jin Important part of the nation, No true
Oregoulan.no true American will fall to
fctcure wis wort, now ur iuo m u;""
fered seperately from' the full set of Mr
Bancroft's marvellous historical series In
Earnest, octive workers should secure
exclusive territory Immediately, or they
wlllloea rure opportunity to niknefor
lhemselvas
01'
M
One need bo experience or capital In this
business, for Ifproperly printed the work
ells lteif, and we give our AgenU 30 days'
time in which to drtlret and collect before
paying us. Addrem
THE HISTORY Co., 7 Market H
KnFripj'eo,CJ.
twjXSltOwr
IjHbsAI
First National Ban
500
1,000
Milk Shakes !
When yon are walking down the street
stop In nt
Benson's Fruit Stand,
i t 0"-t-v a. at-sttv .-t-.t-- ,-..
iaicoi iXJi 1
And try one of those wholeomo and most
Invigorating Milkshakes.
.-31ml
Kansas House,
Corner ot Court and High Sts.
E. M. LAW, Proprietor.
ve have taken n new name but
will continue to servo ourpatrons with the
best the market nllords, give them a
cordial welcome to Our ilome. Terms
reasonable. Give us a call and wo will do
you ood.
No Chinese employed.
DYSPEPSIA.
J 8 that misery experienced when wo sud
denly become awnro that wo possess a
labolical arrangement called a stomach.
Tho stomach Is tho reservoir from which
every flbro nnd tlssuo must bo nourished,
nndnny trouble with ltissoonfeltthrough
out tho wholo system. Among a dozen
dyspeptics no two will havo tho samo pro
domluantsymptoms. Dyspepticsolacllvo
mental power nnd a bilious temperament
aro subject to Sick Headache; those,
fleshy and phlegmatic havo Constipation!
whllo tho thin nnd nervousaro abandoned
to gloomy forebodings. Somo dyspeptics
aro wonderfully forgetful; others have
great Irritability of temper!
Whatever form Dyspepsia may take,
one thing Is certain, '
The tnulerlylner cause is
in the LIVEIl,
fm.l Aft A 1 1, I Mr. mn.n Ic u...l, . . -
. .. ....... U.W.U .o t-iuuiij ueruiin. no
one will remain a dyspeptic who will
fiza
it will correct
Acidity of the
Stomach,
Expel foul gases,
AUay Irritation,'
Assist Digestion,
and, at the same
-''' fcfc tlmo
Start the lAvcr to tcorkingr,
. xvnen an outer trouoies
soon disappear.
"My wife was a confirmed dyspeptic. Some
three years ago by the advice of Dr. Stelner, of
Augusta, she was induced to try Simmons Liver
.Regulator. 1 leel grateful for the relier it has
given her, and may all who read this and are
afflicted in any way, whether chronic or other
wile, use fcimmons Liver Regulator and I feel
confident health will be restored to all who will
be advised." Wm. M. Keksh, Fort Valley, Ga.
See that you get the Genuine,
with red 2 on front of Wrapper,
PREPARED ONLY BY
J. H. ZKTLIN & CO., Philadelphia, Fa.
Conservatory of Music
Of the Willamette Unlver-ity Salem, Ore
gon, the most successful Music School on
tho Northwest Coast. Courses In music are
equal to Eastern muslo schools. Yearly at
tendance of nearly one hundred nnd fifty.
Tho able corps ot teachers for the coming
school year will be Prof. Z. M. Parvln, Miss
Frankle P. Jones, Miss Eva Cex: assistant
teachers, Miss Lulu M. Smith, Miss Hully
Parish, nnd Miss Mamie Parvln.
Branches laughtaro Vocal Culture, Pluno,
Organ, Violin, Pipe Organ, Harmony,
Counterpoint, and Class Teaching.
Diplomas given on completion of course
Send for catalogue and circular.
I. M PAItVIN. 7-23d3ra-wlm.
Board of Equalization.
TO tho Taxpayers of Marlon County ,Oro
gon: The board of equalization will
meet nt the court house In Salem, Marlon
county, Oregon, tho last Monday In Au
gust, 1889, to-wit: tho With day at 0 o'clock
a m., nnd publicly commenco tho exam
ination of the assessment as returned by
tho assessor lor the year 1KB!), correcting
all errors In valuation, description or qual
ities of land, lot or other property. Said
board will remain in session from day to
dny for one week only, therefore nil tax
payers or pcrhons owning property In said
Marlon county are hereby notified to be
and nppeurat the time and place above
mentioned nnd show cause, if any they
have, why their assessments should not
remain as taken by tho assessor.
A. F. BLACKERBY,
Assessor Marlon County, Oregon.
Dated this tntli day of July, fv. 7-31dw
New 'Butcher Shop
AT
NO. llO STATE ST.
ANGEVINE & JEFFERSON.
Have opened up a flrst-clas butcher shop
nt the above location, where they will bo
pleated to serve tho ptople with the
CHOICEST AND BEST MEATS
of all kinds thnt'the market affords.
Olve them a call ond bo convinced of the
suirlority of their meats.
JT-Uoods delivered free.
FRUIT WANTED
II V THE
Willamette Valley Fruit Co.
A.T S AL.B M.
Prune of all kinds at fullyalue, provided
they are fully ripe. There Is no danger of
having them too ripe. -N' K0 prune
will be received at any price.
Plums of the Egg. Coe'sOolden Drop and
Heine Claude vanetle only, wanted.
Apples, all kinds, beginning with the
Wuxen. Light early varTetle not wanted.
It U not necessary to he them fuUy
r'ptar of all vanetlc that are a large as
the Bartlett.
You can't aflord to have an offensive
breath and decayed ttu, Wrlnt'
Myrrh Tooth 6op prevwU beth, Try It.
Soldtr!ldrBKtit.
Gapito
L
We are preparing to receive n large invoice of goods.
f
To make room for this enormous stock, we must have
room. To mnke room, we must dispose of our goods. To
dispose of our goods we cannot do better than give them
away to our customers. Now, then, If you want dry goods,
clothing, boots, shoes, notions, etc., just drop around to
the Onera Houe corner and interview us. Our prices are
down so low that we could not dispose of them any lower
without giving the goods away. j
Now Is your chance, for the next thirty days we will
i
bo Just slaughtering goods. This is tho depot from which
to lay In your supplies.
Watch the faces of our customers as they leave the
store; notice their contented looks, for they are satisfied
that they could not save money faster than by trading
with us.
Capitol Adventure Company,
OPERA HOUSE CORNER,
Salem,
-AT
JT -M- . K
iMMcajtejj WMneMy
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE.
In First : ttlomil bank building
A. P, ARMSTRONG, Manager. E. L. WILEY, Principal.
Will open for the Kcception of Ktudents, Monday, September f).
BUSINESS COURSE
Includes .Spelling, Urammar, Writing, Ar
ithmetic, Correspondence, Commeicitil
1 jiw, Sluglo and Double Entry Book
keeping, Banking and Buslnttu
Forms, Business and Oillco
Practice.
ENGLISH COURSE
Includes Heading, Writing, Mental and "Written Arithmetic, Spelling,
Orammar, Correspondence, Geography, History and
Commercial Law.
Dayand evening sessions. Students
Principal for
i ok sali:
POR 8A LB Two spans of large horses
" good ones, well broken for Mile cheap.
Call on M.C. STARR.
POR SALE A Jen,ey heifer calf, For
f partlcularscnllotthlBomce. 7-31W
SXRl SALE.-A FARM OF 3aACRES
all under fence and cultivation. In the
est range country of Eawtcrn Oregon,
The best chance ever ollered for a man to
engage In stock raising. For particular
call on or address
W.H. BYARS.Salem, Oregon.
socurrr noticks.
OLIVEIX)DGENo. 18, I. O. O. F., meets
In Odd Fellows' Hull upstairs. Cornet
Commercial and Ferry streets, every Sal
urdayut70p. m.
J. ', ORIldo. JAH. WALTON,
Secretary. .
GA. R. Sedgwick Post, No. 10, Deart-
ment of Oregon, meets every Monduy
evening ut the hull over the Oregon Umd
company's otllce. Visiting comrndes un
coruiauy inviira 10 nitenu.
A. W. DitAVOEit, Pott Cominuder.
B. V. south WICK, Adjutant,
I'KOKI-SSIONAL CARDS.
7J. SHAW, attorney nt law.Halem.Ore
I. gon. ORleo up-staln In the Putton
block.
T J. JENNINGS D. D. S.-DENTJST
J Otllce lu the New Bank Block, Com
merclal street, halem. Sign of the blr
tooth. ,, - , dw
T)HYsii;rAN-nw. mi. t. &. McCoy
I phydvlan and turgcon, tin located
und taken rooms over squire Parrara
Mticerv More. Chronic disetutt a spec
lulty. Consultation free. li-2ldw
W
I r. WJllIAn, ninitjmrjn"ru
.. n,..rn.r itnvtjit. Will inuke
report of tr)aU, a.lm on lyu
wnieraccuniiciy nuii hi jt- vwv
oer A. T Ytaton's furullure store, Com-lufTclaUm-ct,
Salem.
With fatal ipted imputo blood coures
through thesystctn with death In IM wake,
Wright' Compound Extract of 6aiii
rllla cure all blood Htftf. Hold by
H, W,Cax.mtn(J,Vi7,
Adventure Conpy
Oregon.
THli -
SHORTHAND COURSE
Includes Sho'thand, TypowrlHng(2hours
dally practice) Penmanship, Spelling,
Ornmmnr, Correspondence, Mani
folding, LettcrCopylug, Business
Forms, Business and Otllce
Practice.
admitted nt any time.
Address the
Catalogue.
A. B. STRANG,
No. :m Commercial Street,
SAIiEM, - - OltKGON.
-IlKAI.KIt IN-
STOVES and RANGES
i'lumbiu Gas and Steam Filling.
Tinware and Artistic Metal Work
a Specialty!
-Agent for the RICHARDSON A
BOYNTON COMPANY'S Furnaces. Es
tablished In 18IS
WIIENT YOU ARK HUNGRY
GO TO TIIK
Star Lunch Gounfor
2KJ Commercial Hlrast,
Where you can get a llrsU'lass lunch Cor
any price from a nickel up. No Chinamen
areeinployed.
ATTENTION
FARMERS!
Single lots and wren. One half mile Wed
of Huklii 1'. O. (iuxl Mill,ull clear and In
fine condition All ready fer plaining
fruit und shrubbry ut out. Km.li plime
fronu on a nice strrtt, nnd no lily tax.
THOMAS & PAYNE
07 STATIC JT. MAUlM
JOHN HUGHES,
Dealer in Groceries, Paints, Oils
and Window Glass, "Wall Ta
per and Horder, Artists' Ma
terials, Lime, Hair. Nails and
Shingles, Hay, Feed and Fence
Posts, Grass Seeds, Etc,
NKWTO-DAY.
Hop Pickers Wanted.
Frank Elgin, at Ankeny, Marlon county,
Oregon, will want from;) to 100 hop pick,
era nt his yard near Buona Vista. Tid
ing will begin In about two weeks. He can
be found on Tuesdays and Fridays nt the
Chemckcto nnd Is now ready to contract
for pickers. Seo him. 8-15dw2w
Music! Music!
Tho best pianos In the mnrUpt for m1o
cneap ror ensn or on tho Installment plan.
Also n good piano to rent. Call upon
WM. ARNOLD,
!W7 Winter St.
Bids for Wood.
HIDS will be received nt my ollloo In tho
opera house block, Court street, Ualem,
Oregon, up to September 3, ltfttl', nt p. in.,
for six ((I) cords of body oak or largo grub
oak wood and rcvcii (7i cords of body tfr, to
bo delivered nt tho North Salem school
house; also six (U) cords of body oak, or
large grub oak wood, and seven (7) cords of
laivo bodv II r to bo delivered nt the Smith
Salem school hoifc; also forty (40) cords of
largo body or grii" oak wood, thirty (ISO)
cords of body nnh and tlfty-llve (6.'0 cords of
largo body fir, to bo delivered at the East
Salem school house. Ml this wood to bo
delivered at the placcsdeslgnntcd on or bo
fore tho 1st day of October noxt.
Tho board ol trustees reserves tho right
to ivlpct any and all bids.
DAVID 8IMPSON, .
Clerk ot School Dlxlnct No. 21.
dw-td
J. KL HAAS,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
COMMERCIAL STREET.
FlrsUclnss work irunrantced. Olvo him
a uill and you will not regret II. 7-,'llml
Oregon State Jair
Twcnty-ntutlinnmittl exhibition nt Salem,
Oregon,
Commencing Monday, Sept. 1(1,
Continuing olio week under tho manage
inent of tholi.rgoii Slate Board
of Agih'ulturo.
OVER $1,500
In Cash Premiums
Offered for agricultural stock, dairy and
mechanical exhibits, for works of art,
fancy work, and for trials of speed.
Running and Trotting Races
EVERY DAY,
Important Improvements havo been
mado in the premium list.
Reduced rates for fares and freights on
all transportation lines to and from thu
mir.
PRICKS OF ADMISSIONS
Men's day ticket. ft)
Women's day ticket.................... its
Men's season ticket . t'i ft)
Women's season ticket .... 1 U)
Send to tho secretary ut Halem for u pre
mium list. J.T. APPKRSON.
Preslileiit.
J.T. (1KKOU, Secretary.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE.
One Night Only,
Saturday, August 17 !
1K.S9. FIFTH SEASON, IWiU,
Tho verwMeclinracteriictoriiiMlcome.lluii
MR, CHARLES MCCARTHY
As Ijirry Huwurd In
".One ol'itlio Bravest !"
BY if a PRICE, ESQ.
The greatest comedy dramu ever prtMlucod
A coin puny of flrst-clum crjinudtutis,
Including the great, the only
and the original
WILLIAM OKONIN,
Entirely new and elaborate wx-nery. Ev
erything complete. The greatest fire scene
ever produced.
-AdmlloiifttenU;r(-M'rved m-uI
DUturlMincos of the jx-uetful summer
such as Diarrhoea, dysentery and cholera
Infantum, promptly evicted by Wright's
blackberry mrdtul. Sold by all druggists.
Put ti Flight Nervouaneos and ludlgea
lion by Wright's Hop Celery and L'hamo
mllejllltltrs. A healthful stimulus, and
strengthening and Invigorating. Hold f
li. W.Qir,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Tho Old Youns ARnin.
San Francisco, Aug. 14. James
Gamble, who has been submitting
to experiments to test tho clllcttcy
of tho JJrown-Setiunrd method of re
juvenating the human system, was
was again treated to a couple of
hypodermic injections. This tlmo
a healthy male guinea pig was
used to furnish thotluld which was
Injected into Mr. Gamble.
The doctor placed tho pig under
the influence of ether, and after a
few ineffective squeals It subsided
nnd lay on tho table to all appear
ances limp and dead. Dr. Sund
berg then bared his knife, and soon
secured tho necessary glands with
out shedding a drop of blood. They
were then macerated In a mortar, a
llttlo distilled water added, and af
ter tho regular illteratlon, Dr. Mc
Nutt Injected tho lluld Into Mr.
Gamble's legs. The fellow seemed
rather to enjoy tho experiment than
otherwise, and said It did not pain
him In the least.
Ho stated that he felt lighter and
better everywhere . and could
walk with less fatigue. Desldes
this, ids stomach, which had been
In a disordered state for sovoral
years, had resumed Its functions
much moro regularly than before.
liurncd in uu Iron Ftmini'c
San Fuancisco, Aug. 15. A
lUrmlnghani, Ala., dispatch says
that a remarkable religious excite
ment prevails among tho negroes at
Bessemer. Old Negro Tobias Jack
son has been claiming for some time
to bo the prophet Daniel and con
vinced three young negroes Saturday
last that they were representatives of
Shadrauh, Mosoheeh and Abednego,
tho three children of Israel, who en
tered Nebuchadnezzar's furnace of
old, and persuaded them to enter
tho Schloss furnaco here, used for
melting Iron, lleforo a largo num
ber of negroes they rushed Into the
white heat of tho furnace, and when
they failed to reappear Juckson an
nounced that he saw them rlso Into
tho skies. He said that they would
visit the earth next Sunday, and tho
negroes propose to assemble at
tho church and continue In pray
er until their descent. '
A Torrililo Storm.
ALiuitiUKiRiui:, N. M., Aug. 14.
Yesterday afternoon tho people of
Albuquerque were frlgtened by tho
raging of a terrible thunder and
wind storm preceded byharp flash
es of lightning. Huge whlrwiuds
of sand came down from the mount
ains, occurring at Intervals and
blinding pedestrians. It looked like
rain, for the clouds were heavy and
dark, hut the rain did not come.
Lightning struck a polo near the
freight depot stunning a number of
clerks. Tho pole was shattered Into
splinters. It wns understood last
evening that a driver and team were
killed on the mesa as they readied
tho mountains by the sumo flush of
lightning.
The I'unuma Cuiml.
New Yoitic, Aug. It. A corres
jioudont writing from I'lmiuim on
the prospect of the ultimate com.
pletlon of the canal across the mili
ums, says: "Thu confidence in tho
promises from Paris that has all
along existed here respecting tho
prosjR'cts of the canal scheme does
not appear to havo been misplaced.
Indeed, on tho contrary, It Is not
too much to say that at no former
period have the prosjiects of tho
scheme, as a scheme, without refer
ence to DoLosseps' enterprise, up-(a-ared
more promising."
A FaTUus"llu"llilTiiK.
Cimcaoo, Aug. 1-1. A building
on tho corner of Clinton and Van
lluren streets collapsed this morning,
and several men were buried lu the
ruins; two persons were killed. The
building was partially burned about
six weeks ago, ami was six stories
high. Thu wall had been left
standing.
Nu .News uf Stanley.
Z.M 11 A it, August l- HteveiiH,
thu long distance cyclist who wits
Kent Into Africa by a New York pa
per, Iris been heard from. Ho left
here some mouths ago for the Inter
lor to discover tho wherealKiuts of
Stanley and U now returning, huv
Ing utterly failed In hln mission,
Oregon Kidi in .New York.
New York, Aug. 14. Five ear
loads of I'acllln count tli-li from Ya
mini buy lUherles, were recently
marketed here. Thu Wm Id says
thu New York agents of tho Vuquluu
com puny i'XKt't to do u luige biuU
iiept lieif,
COXl) KXSKI) DISPATCHES.
Tho Cretan uprising has been sup.
pressed without resorting to war.
Tho North Dakota constitutional
convention has completed Its work.
Foreign labor outranks American
five to one on the public works In
Chicago.
The Russian government wants
Serviu to expel ex-King Milan from
that country.
There aro somo cases of yellow
fever in Florida, but It Is declared
not to be epidemic.
Suspect Uurk has. been identified
as tho man who hired thu cottage
where Dr. Cronln was murdered.
The Mississippi grand Jury is in
session and is now considering the
case of John Sullivan and Jake
Kllraln.
Tho capital necessary for the build
ing of tho Congo railroad has been
secured, and thu completion of tho
great enterprise is now assured.
A Cleveland physician Is mak
ing a practical test of the ellxer.
The results will bo made known In
a few days by tho .11! persons who
aro experimenting with the fluid
under Ids directions.
A Cheap Elovntor.
A Heiiln Inventor has flovlsed a
simple and inexpensive elevator for
private dwellings, in placo of tho
oadlnary staircase, which may sug
gest to some inventor a better means
of accomplishing the samo object.
Tho Jlerlln Invention Is on tho prin
ciple of tho inollned railway, and
tho motive power is furnished by thu
city water, which U applied In tho
cellar.
The Floods in Colorado,
r iieiii.0, Col., Aug. If.. A heavy
storm passed over Pueblo last night.
Ft formed near Canyon City, but a
high wind accompanied It ami only
a few drops of rain fell hens. Fust
of this city tho storm seemed to no
very heavy.
Tho Hull Itcmoreil.
Portland, Or., Aug. 14. John
Miller, who was shot lu the eye lu a
bar-room quarrel somo davs mm.
had a successful operation perform
ed this afternoon. Tho ball was re
moved and ho will recover.
A great deal has been said through
tho papers about tho healthfulness of
lemons. Tho latest advice Is how
to uso them ho that they will do tho
most good, as follews: Most people
know the benellt of lemonade before
breakfast, but few know that It Is
moro than doubled by taking an
other at night also. Tho way to get
tho better of tho bilious system,
without blue pills or quinine, Is to
take the Juice of one, two or three
lemons, as nppotlto craves, In as
much lco water as makes It pleasant
to drink without sugar before going
to bed. In tho morning, on rising at
least halt an hour before breakfast,
hike thojulco of ono lemon In a gob
let or witter. This will clear tho
system of humor and bile with ef
ficiency without any of thu weak
ening elleclH of calomel or congress
water. People should' not Irritate
tho stomach by eating lemons clear.
An eastern exchange has tho fol fel fol
eowing: It looks as If the younger
sister states of the west were going
to beat their elder sisters In tho east
liuidvanced Ideas. Hero Is Judge
Dcaily of Oregon, for Instance, who
has refused naturalization papers to
an habitual drunkard and wlfu
beater as well as to a professional
prize-fighter. Why should ho not
do so, for the law requires that tho
applicant shall havo "behaved as a
man of good moral character, at
tached to thu principals of thu
United States, and well dlsjio-ed to
thu good order and happiness of thu
same."
Thu Salt I.aku Herald savs: Thu
carrier pigeon turned loose from this
city on tho occasion of thu recent
visit of thu Nebraska press associa
tion, in rived at Omaha lu safety.
It was released here ut II o'clock lu
thu morning and reached Omaha
thu next morning ut 0:30. The bird
sent from Denver at 8 o'clock lu the
morning reached Omaha at 1:2.1 lu
the afternoon. Thu one released at
Ogdeu at 8 o'clock lu thu morning
got homo thu next morning at o,;to.
According to thu last report from
the Department of Agriculture,
th -re Is little prospect of an abund
ant yield of apples. No state nil own
it condition Utter than clghty-Hlx,
whllu Pennsylvania fulls to sixty
live, iiml New York to llfty-ulue,
Thu fori Ign demand is yearly udd
lug to the Importance of thu AiiuiU
cull apple crop,
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