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ALBANY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1889.
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ALL K,?3DS OF PH0BUCH.
except your patronage,
A J. AXSLYN, :
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Painting and Trimming',
FINE SHOEING AND GENERAL
firsMta Work KaU8 to urder.
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I ,ro i.ow rrtai ir iMrt.:-titoat tur fV-t rj -t rvr. rf.le w'h.m f.'-ii
f ti:n cai. '11 o i ' br- f.r b.irjiii, I u f !! v.''' ' ' '
1 hecXt30 d -. t' me ai d " i' ijoo i a..r t:ch ; " r-
FcU. y at th-Tt' -r .1 A li-o i
al q iTll I Hall air !
Tfou want lb, best and mot durable furntaretbst i'msriur,K;:iir) 1 in the city
A Wheeler, Springfield, Oregon; Praprieto.
A. WHEELER, ALBANLY MANAGER.
Albany Yard and Office ot Railroad St 1 stween 4th and 5th Street.
lUvln( lanbor uot exeolled In quality, and facility not rurpessed for tbo r.rorat
ni mtUfvstorjr fl liot t orders. Wo leap'Jtfully boIIjI; a feuare of the trade,
la desired ami admired by all. Among
to thing, which may beat bo rtou, to
beauty la tho daily
lift. ot Ayer', Hair
Vigor. JSo matter
vrlint tlio color ot
Uio hair, till prepa
ration Rlvca It ft hi.
Bllll 1tltl- tl.u
" i? '"" BlioiiM tho
. nSf I ...SJ hair 1 tliln. hnnili.
SVi' AV Ayffi lUIr Visor
lilt. IkKklllH .till
color, brlnjj out a
wow pniwtli. nnil
render tho old aoft and hlny. Tor
keeping tlin aralp rloan, ro.il, and
healthy, there U no better preparation
la the market.
"I am reo to confoiw tlmt ft Mnl of
Ayer's. Halt Vitr liaa rouvliu-inl nui
that It I a eniiliie arliole. It use Imi
not only cand tho hair vt niy vclia nn.l
Uaushter to bo
Abundant and Glossy,
but It ban (riven my rather etunled iuih
taohe a rertililo length uud appoar
ance." U. llrlttou, Onkluiul, Uliiu.
"My balr waa coiulns out (without
any aulatanre from my wl(.. eitlier).
I tried Ayer'a Hair Vlaof. uhIus only
on, bottle, and I uor Imvn n Hue i
bead C hair iui any one could wish (or."
1U X. Bcuiuittou, Dickooii, Toiin.
I bar, uaed Ayer", Hair Vlor In my
family for a uumbor of yenra, and re
card It aa the bert liatr pmptirntlon C
know of. It keepa tho aoulp rlonn. tlio
balr aott and lively, and preserve tho
orlclnal color. My wlto bai iwed It lor
a long time with nvwt antwfiu-tory ro
aulu." ltenjnmlu M. Johnson, M. L.,
Tboiuat 11111, Mo.
.hnt alter uslun halt a bottle of Ayer a
illalr Vigor it K"w black and ploany. I
'cannot exprewt the joy nnd prutltiolo I
feel." Mabel C. Uurdy, Pulavun, 111.
Oyer's Hair Vigor,
iT raxrAKu at
Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Low,!!, M;tj
Bold by UrussUU and l'cituutcn.
J P. Hill, litany Igent.
for Colrmlla Illfrclea. Trlovo!e, and
Pafetja. Aleo 1 lvI. Otto and National
Bicycle and (Trennnt and JiOlor Safely,
worth from $;.0 in tsa. Prrnl for prloe ilat
of new and lerond-banri wbarla now In
-Y'i'rni '' TO MAKE
Ask your Grocer for
, -COW BRAND
Dk atii 1. T. PoTfcK.-lJ.P. Porter,
one ot the pioneer ncttlera of Linn count
and whn tnr iSct. hft rculdi'd near
Khedd dltd awddcnly Wrdncdy afternoon
at Portland where he bn been for evernl
dny, doing duty 8 a juror In tho United
State, Court. Mr. Porter w born In
NVrtslilnjton county," Ohio, In 8J7, where
he reMvIed until he reached hU majority,
when he caught the apli'ltuf western ad-
venture and went to Iowa lie renmlncd
there hut one whiter, nnd then, In 1S53, he
crossed the plnliu with nn ox tenm. lie
cttled nour Salem where he trfught school
and the nct jear ho moved in Linn coun
ty and toik a donation claim upon which
he readied to the lime of hie death In 1857
he w united In inarrlnjje to Ml Par
thrnaj. U,ilev, drtuuhler of ludsje Haley.
lie va the lather of nine children, tlaht
of whom, we believe ore a'lll living, lluee
bclnir bnva and live Rlrla. Mr. foiter w
a IiIkIi v rexpeoted vltlxen.one whose dully
wnllt wtiii a worthy example 10 toe younjt.
The bereaved ixiren' and children have
the sympathy of all who know them. We
were not ahic to leni n tne caue 01 me n j.
Tiiky Fo :n It 5b!ii, with it oth
er metropolitan Irlek. U havltij; it hand
full of forgcrle latclv. Here It theOntctt,
a told bv the Jtmmul'. "Monday evening
Willi Jordan and Jack Morgan arrived In
Salem from near Eiila, where Ihcy had
been working for Tcnj llaydeo, Sr. No
sooner had they arilvcd than they proceed
ed to the clothing tore cf (5 W Johnson
where they began to lay In qoite a nice
little supply of ctothlng. This they paid
for by an order on Mr Johnson, signed by
their employer, lieu' I fay den. Suspicion
wan arouied and innulrlc made, when the
order wa discovered to be a forgery. Ye
terday morning Marshal Ro and Sm
llayden, having learnetl that the b"v ImJ
made for Atsea, started In pursuit oi them,
armed with a warrant. The hoy were
fonui as expected over on the Ahea and
at noon the oilker retutr.ed with them to
Death or TiifTON Uaviusos.
Thurston Davidson, a longtime resident of
Linn county .died suddenly Thursday night
April 45th at hi residence near Shedd's.
Mr. J'avhUon had been In hi uual health
up to n day or so before hi death. On
Thursday evening at about 4 o'clock he
became suddenly ill with cramping, when
the family physician was called In. The
appliances In such case seemed to relieve
him and hi went to sleep. Shortly after
the family were called to the room by the
moaning of the sufferer, when it w a founj
he w a having a severe chl.I. Remedies
were ticd, but when the chill subsided he
was found to be uncunsciou and remained
u unit' hi death. He leave a wife and
wo children who have the srmpalhe of a
hoit of friends. Mr Davidson was an bon-
er, uprigVt cltUen, being repvcted by all
nlu knew him.
Aldan v Needs It. Last week Mr John
Crawforu, proprietor of the Albany Water
vi'.i- 1 . 11 - ,, .til mnn
Work, and Mr Broan.the paper mill man,
went up theoucn to me aamum. air
Drown wa verv much pleated .with the I
outlook .being favorably Impressed with I
A'banya a location lor a paper mm. lie
wliliemaln lo the city several day and
then Irate for tne Ut os. the way to
Scotland. Mr Drown 1 now connected
with a large mill nearhan J-ne ; but w t.u-
itae for a paper
snccment mav be
e to locate in uregon
all the ncceary advanta
mill anil It I hoped arrangement
made fur-lnducln" Mr ISrown to come to
Albany with hi mill. We need one In
our bolne, and the citv'a uperior trans
porta'.ion facllitic give It an advantage
enjoyed by few place for uch an Instltat'.
Ikad ok Navigation. In it big ad.
Corva'.Ii claimed to be the head of naviga
tion. In a communication to the Ortgem
in a PcorU gentleman knock the stool out
from under the tatcment a follow : "tor
the benefit ot those who don't know the
fact in the case, I want to stale that boats
are now running nnd have been more or
'cs a I winter up to this place, and very
often as fir up llarrl.burg and farther.
Any captain, who U acquainted with the
river channel, claim that there 1 a better
channel between CorvailWaod Peoria than
there U In many place below Corvaill."
The fact i the price of wheat I alway a
hl-'h at Peoria a at Corvaill.
A Bio Ilottfw A joint stock company
being formed In thUclty for the purpose
of erecting a large brick hotel, either on
Broadalbln or Ferry Street, and probably
not further eat. It I to be th.-ce or four
stories high, with stores on the ground
floor, and It It proposed to make it one of
the finest In the valley. The cost will be
SCO.CCO to S7C,ooo. ine exact location
will be settled on by the director of the
corpora:ion when elected. A prominent
citizen Interested in the project give u
these particulars, ana say it I certainly a
A Demand For Them. Anything for
a residence nowaday. All kind of estab-
for home, for the Increasing population of
the city. O P Dannel U making a nice
looking residence out of the old Chinese
house on the hill. The I ry house will be
moved to Mr. Murray corner to give
room for the ice work ana a numner oi
other places are blootninir Into abode for
Likes Oregon Best-UooTJ Black,
of Hatsry, ha jut returned from a visit to
bia old home at Gooderick, Canada, and
stopped rf.' yesterday l;t Salem. Mr Ulack
says thi i the first time U twenty year
Jhnt he ha seen hi old home in Canada,
and report having hnu a most enioyaoie
vilt and oleasant trip, but like till true
Western men, he love the hili and valley
of hi Oregon home beat of all. htatfunan
Boy Burtot.AR.1. A co jple of small boy
aged ten arid eleven broke Into a Chlua-
man'a house at McCoy and stole about $io,
and started on foot to leave the country
Thev were captured at Ballston and
brought back home, i ne v nao peni very
. . , . ,
little of the money, ana a. it wa. rciurneo
--ra , . - . .
" , a P J
to the grieved pig tall, he wa. satisfied to
let it go without prosecuting the young
Taxes. County tate are now deUn
quent, and the sheriff I anxlou. to have
them attended to at once. Call at hi. of.
flee and avc milage. Arrangement, are
being made to visit different part of the
county, when milage will be added.
On Thursday Mr.
Sally Brandenburg, of Harrbburg, wa. rid'
log In a buggy when the horse became
frlshtened, ran away, threw her out and
hurt her quite seriously but not dangerous
Two Burrs. 1 wo uu were com
menced in the clrcullf court, one1 by
t vv rvmttnln afrain.f the S P R R com-
pany to recover the value of a hore killed,
H 1 1 v I wnv J " "
lAn. h. I ' n nifl IDT II1E VI UC OI IWO
horse killed by the railroad.
Bonds Approved. Mr. W E Kelley, to
whom the contract wa. left for building the
Albany Street ".railway, presented, bis bonds to
the Secretary of the Company, and, being
tiened by several solid citizens, they were ap-
prOVeu unU WI jvcmc uu iug nui iv.
Children Cry for
Amono stranokrs, Sometime ago a
Mr. Mink took tip hi residence In this city
apparently forth purpose of making a per
manent house, lie hud no family so tar
the public knew, und atudlousty shunned
all commtngllng wl.h the people. It eas
hi uniform hnblt to make hi appearance
on the street when deserted by the citizens
at night, and to retire to hi tecluslve re
sort when they nmJo their appearance on
the streets In the morning. No one seem
ed In knov whence he came, nor did he
dliclose hi business to anyone. Ordinar
ily tlU course would have aroused much
public curiosity and peopte would have
been seeking for the cnu of hi peculiar
conduct, but the fact f that not one dtlxen
In fifty evjr met l.lm or knew of hi pres
ence among ti. Had he continued In the
course that he adopted for himself when he
first made 1.1 advent In the city we would
not now be called upon to perform the
mournful task ot writing this obituary no
tlce. forgetting the wholesome nursery
lesen learned in hU younger day, Mr.
Mink neglected to leave tho street one
morning when men ot business began to
throng them preparatory to putting their
place In order for the business ot the day,
but on the contrary was seen standing on
the walk near the Postnlllee wearing a
nonchalant air apparently oblivion to the
buy scene atid bustle being enacted all
around him. At this particular lunctuie
Judge Whitney came along and Mr. Mink
seemed lo suddenly become aroused from
hi stupid day dream and, espying the
Iudue, ho attempted to hide himself he
Ind an awning post. Tho Judge, seeing
Mm there In a belligerent attitude, gave
him such a vigorous kick as to land him In
the middle of the street a lifeless corpse.
Upon examination Mr. Mink wa found to
be of that cla that vhlt hen root after
night, but he' dead now Mieyer to go
DtKiMj a Yea. During the past
twelve month the number of death of
pioneer in thl county ha been remark
ably targe. Slowly the men who built tip
this grand county and made It the garden
spot of the Slate arc paslng off, In most
cases at advanced year. A there ha
been considerable comment on the subject
we give a lUt a nearly comple'.e a we
could secure It. Jamc Garrett, Levi ran
nlng, Martin Costello, W II McFjrland,
Geo II McKlnney.Wllll GaleesJ R Komb,
J W Tycer, Martin Werix, Hiram Smith,
Ja Shields, Tlio Umphrey, W R Can
non, John A Koblne'.t, K B Uurkhart, ja
Kldgowav, Cha T Ingrant, Wallace Cush
man, J J Da u, y lUaly, Knoch Hoult,
.Samuel T Althouse. Henrv I'enland. Na
than llond, Samuel T Miller, John Me-
Daniel, John McCov, D P Porter, Thur
ton II Davidson, twenty-nine among the
men beside a number of pioneer women, I
A Contu ait. A gardener redding
aero the river from Corvallls brought to
Albany Thursday some caulidowei that
would boom any country. Our grocery
men took alt they could get, and soon In
front of Wallace, Thompson & Co' wa
one measuring nearly five feet around the
illd head labeled Oregon.' and another
oh beside is. a roal!.!ekly looking fellow,
Istielcd ,Calllonila.H They told their own
A CB,ltornlan ttho,uw uik, rot
appreciate the joke. The fact Is Linn
county can and should raise all It own
Ira Ou a He. "Col EckcUon and hi
company of urveyor are now at Pickett
Ij.nd on the Dcrchute river, and have
,.,.! resumed 'railroad survey work
Vcrr little more preliminary work will be
s cry tune more preliminary wor win oe
tIone More ,hc rmajje,,, ine f u.cOre-
r, .... ,..
on 1 ac,,ic hrtueh Ihl county will be e-
tablWhed. In a recent converaiion with
Col EckcUon, he almo.t assured u that
the course of the road through this county
would te ouineatward irnm I'lckett Is
land aero the juniper desert and through
the mountain gas west of Hear creek hill.
rrneviue A rtiv.
A Uio Ifo-. Nearly four hundred
people witnessed the presentation of "The
.vorld Against Iter" by the- GrUmcr
Datletroup. A more pleased audience
rarely congregate in the Albany Opera
House. The Company I a strong one Ir.
every Instance. There are no 'foups" l.i
the cast. Kverv part, unlike in most troops
now a day I well filled. The play 1 an
emotional one ; but thethhd act alone ha
more comedy in It than some of the o-
cailed comedies that once in aw hile storm
our valley town.
Lkisanom. The railroad has had anew
sidewalk and railing put up at th? depot.
The sidewalk I nearly tw ice a w ide a the
old one, and the danger of falli'it; oft I
checked by t'e railing. M E Hearn ha
offered five dollar reward for the arrest
and conviction of any person defacing
this property .....Messrs KufI lliaitt and
CUut Gordon, who recently look a thou
and head of cattle to Montana, returned
Wednesday. The boy report having had
a met trip, although very rougo at time.
Bring Money Hkixk. Perhapsnt n
dilution in Albany bring a much money
into the city from outside source a At'
bany Farmer' Si Merchant' Insurance
I nt t .. f
wnipanj. inia momn me receipt, in
Pmma will amount lo about $8ooo, and
or h car " iafc , Prcdlct l
tidcrablc come from c.stern cities, a chock
belng reccved yesterday from one agency
for ,Joa Th, , 8n in.muUa,, tliat
proving an honor to the city
First Strawberries, On thl 27th day
of April, 18S9, Mr Wm Peacock come, to
hand with a bo of fine strawberries raised
in the open air, red, lusckiu. berrie. that
put to shame the California article. For
year at thi otTice Mr Peacock ha re
celved the hrl credit on the strawlierry
question. We only remember of one pre
vious occadon on which the presentation
wa made at a early a, dale. Lu.t ye.ir It
wa some later. . The outlook Is cood f.r
a good crop. j
Hkownhville. Brownsville i Hld to
showing a decided improvement thi
Pr'nB particularly since the purchase of
the woolen mill. The outlook I remark
ably good for that place. An evidence of
improvement is the establishment of a
I ' - .IA5 Will-,, W HI WV " - Ut-llbTC til HIV
hUl) f th ,t m, to have a $5000
reul estate ollice, the first, we believe in the
cchnol house among other thing. A
writer to an Ex. from there sarcastically
ay. "We have no electric light plant nor
street railway franchise, but we 'git thar
h-lf all the Mine "
Roller Process. John Crawford has
a man engaged in making estimate of the
cost of putting In full roller proce. ma
chinery In his mill. Thl. If done will add
anothe'r ono of the many Industrial and
manufacturing enterprise now springing
tip In Albany. -
1 s Cents Only, Jo. Webber i. up with
the time, and ar.n Dances the price of shav
ing hereafter at 15 cent or eight ticket
Itr a dollar. Another Indication that Al
bany is becoming a city.
I 0-., n t1rl...k.... f..m .( 1.....
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VJblUI.II., iPSUIAA- AUG V 1 M. 1 1 1 .
mrm oi zio acres near eoanon, 10 jamea
rf"-fr c r
u Abies. 1 tie nnest line ot oahy carr
aze in the Valley lust rr celved at Stewart
Si Sox'.. Price, are remarkably cheap con-
.ldering tne superior quality ot the carr!
A riONKKIt OF '45,
Near Oakvtlle, on April 34, John Mc
Coy died, In the (eventy-flfth year ot his.
age. Mr McCoy waa born In Tyler Co,
Virginia, on the tSih of July, 1814. lie
spent evcral year of hi boyhood In
Greene Co, Ohio, and wtlh hi parent em
Igratcd to Warren county, Illinois, in 1831,
lie served In the Black Hawk war In the
company ot which Abraham Lincoln wa.
captain. He acquired a good common
choot education In Ol.lo and learned the
trade ot a carpenter hi Illinois. II, wa
married In 1835 to Ml Sara Jutikin and
the family, consisting of the parent, and
three little boy, started for Oicgon, In the
spring of 1845. They were several month
on tho weary trip, and Mr McCoy assUted
In building a boat at The Dalle, in No
vembcr, to bring hi family and other, to
tho Cascade. They arrived at Oregon
City In December and spent the winter on
tho Tualllan Plain near the prrunt site ot
Forest Grove. Mr McCoy took up hi
claim In 1846 and ha resided on It ever
II, was tlcrled one of the first judge of
Linn county under the provisional gov
ernment In iSS, when the :ounty wa. or
ganized. He wa afterward appointed to
the same position when the tcrillory wa
organised by Governor Lane, and a. one
of tlio county judges, elected the present
site ot Albany a the county seat and
built the Hr.t court house In iSjj. Mr Mc
Coy wa not only a man of public spirit
shown In Improving th, county In public
building, bi idces.e'c, but wa foremost In
the support of education and religion.
Largely through hi Influence hi neigh
borhood had on, ot the first and best school
in the county. And In theaaine neighbor,
horn! I one of the large! and finest church
building In the count v, Willamette Con
gregation of the t'nited Presbyterian
church wa organized on the oth of July,
1S50, with nine member. John McCoy
wa then elected one ot the presiding elders
and ha held that position ever since.
lie was a farmer of more than ordinary
enterprise, always op with the time. In
naving me latest Improved machinery, the
finest variety ot fruit, grain, and stock.
HI qualltle a a neighbor won him many
friend, and hi well known hospitality anJ
ChrUtian charity secured him a high place
in the esteem of all who knew Mm. He
wa always ready to help those In need to
the extent of hi ability, and In the famine
year 01 isw ne sold and cave awav hl
nrt'O crop ot praln so that he had to buy
again In the spring of 1853. lie leave five
onanu one daughter, who I the wife I
M r rench, of thl city.
Hi funeral will be conducted In Oak-
yille church to-morrow at 1 r. m by hi
pastor, Rev A M Achcson and Dr Irvine.
DM,1 UH )t TU fcKN.
II. It. Uorxaa Mr n thl f Hy after a I
About tour week ago II B Morgan
came to Albany and put up at the Waver
ly hou.e. He reported a coming from1
Frankfort, Dakota, where he had been In
the furnishing good buslnes, and which
he wished to go Into here. lie wa. a man
of good address and looked a If he had
seen good day On Tuesday he wa. tak
en with the delirium tremens a. ntrrated
at the time In the Dkmoi rat, and that
nljht became exposed. Having a severe
cold In tho fir-i, place he gradualfc'grew
worse, and Friday at rdne o'c'oek died
of congestion ot the lungs, biought on by
the delirium tremens. A coroner', jury
called before George Humphrey, Esq.,
to-day found in accwrdtnee with these ffcts.
From different sources It I learned that
Morgan wa a married man about 35 year.
of age, and had been one of the prominent
citizen of the place where he came from,
and that he was a member of the Masonic
and O F lodge. Strong drink caused the
trouble and lie closed hi huslnesa and
came wet, being Intoxicated when he left
home. While here he received about $eo
In money from hi wife, with whom he
had practically parted, and she refused In
a letter received to send any more money.
elllntr him that they must take care oi
thcmclve hereafter. Mr Dcnham, the
wire work, man, who knew hi situation
In Dakota, aav hi wife' people are
wealthy and leading citizen In their Da
kota home. The case I a sad one. The
result I the outcome ot strong drink. Ac
cording to the ttimony ot Mr Hate Back
en.io Morgan bought a great dealol liquor
of him, taking home a bottle near every
night, finally getting trusted and running
in iiebt over $30,
A despatch received by Marshal lion-
man from Mr. Morgan thl noon read a
follow: "Hold body. Wilt wire to mor
row final dUpokltlon. ' It I thought the
body will be ordered expressed home.
UKAI. ESTATE, SAIXS.
A recorded in the Recorder office for
Llnij county, Oregon :
Julia A Parker to M lie, part of
bik 15. c. A, Albany S co
Jason Wheeler to J II Burkhart,
01 acre 1
A Hackleman to M E Ferrcll, one
acre, H' 3rd A , 1200
A Hackleman to I R Stewart, 3 lot.
blk 16, H'4th A 415
r 4 uaiiunoreio k ana 11 k chuita
parts of lot a and 3, blk 15, E A
I" B Hackleman lo A Hacklemnn.tO
acre, near Albany..
A Hackleman to A Wolvertan, a
lot, blk 8, IT 3rd A
II Bryant to S and E Walperl, aoo
acre, near Brownsville
W II Raymond to F II Roico, lot
2, blk 23, Albany
$1000 Reward. The following ha
been received by the valley bunk, from
the Sioux City Saving bonk. ' Here
I a chance to make Stooo: "April 91I1,
man, by fraud, secured from 11. otir six
rn'mfis' certificate No 1815 fr $4000;
a pjs UuA, No 3071, on which a credit ol
$1500 was entered. We 11 to "gave him
two $100 bill. Should any t. these be
presented, arrest the man and advise u
by wire. We will pay $1000 for hi. appre
hension. He is a man about Co year, of
age, with gray half and full beard'; hi hair
and beard streaked with red; about five
feet, ten inches high, and weigh, about 175
pounds; dressed plainly, hut neatly; had
both a slouch hat and .ilk hat; wore a
Knights Templar charm on hi watch
chain, also a cluster ring with three dia -mond.
He had an innocent face and
manner, well calculatsd to deceive."
The bust family remedy 1. undoubtedly
Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier. It ma) b,
safely (riven to th, infant aa wqlla the adult,
and it will give relief where other medicines
failed to do so. Koep it in the house.
Seal Rock View, This fine property
located eight mile, from Newport near
the famous Seal Rocks, I. very popular
and 1 going rapidly. Cha Melzger & Co
of thl. city, haye the exclusive agency for
several nicely located lots. 60x135
$50 a 1U, payable In five monthly install
ment without interest, make tnein a bar-
ga n. Cnll early and sec plat. .
Ma'tiv vcuna ladies are ruinins their 00m-
Dlexion by the continued us of poisonous
cosmetics and so called faoe washes. Th,
rreater number of these preparations contain
rcineral prison, that in time, shrivel up th,
kln and uive th, appearance of dixipation
and old age. Dotard , SpeoiGo is not a paint
but a ereat beautifkr. in aa much it re
move all blemishes from th, skin, instead of
I eoverins them. It cures chapped hands with
I one application. Sold by Foshay k Maion,
STATU nOAUDjnr IIOUTICCLTL'UE.
The Board has Issued the 'ollowlng cir
Mfh, necessity for Immediate action In
battling with the obnoxious pest that have
already secured so strong 4 hold In many
of the orchard ot Oregon, prompt, the
"State Board of Horticulture," created by
the last Legislature, end which met and
organized but ycotcrdny.to Issue thl bullet
In, Its first act tow.id tarrying out the ob
ject, for which It ha been created. The
Infsrmatlon contained In thl bulletin I of
necessity brief, and somewhat crude, for
time will be required to enable the Board
to lecure that Information from practical
experiment that shall be of most value to
the orchard!! In particular, and to the
hortlcultutist in general.
"The Coil I In moth is without question
the Insrct that needs to be looked after first
a. It I. without doubt the worst pest ever
Introduced Into the state. It i needles to
write at Irng'.h about the ravage of thl
enemy of the pear, apple and quince ;
thoe who have (uttered from hi acquaint
ance know him well ; those who have been
so unfortunate a to escape hi acquaintance
will do well to use the one ounce of pre
ventlve and. keep him out, and o have no
need for '.he pound ot cure. It 1 only by
"eternal vigilance" that Oregon', reputa
tlon for producing the "big red apple"
sound and free from worm, "can be main
tained." "V, therefore appeal wot or.ly to
that first law of nature,"elf preservation,"
but to that nobler one that stir, the heart
and prompt, to nobler deed that the entire
stale may be benefitted thereby,
"There are two mode of fighting them
generally made use of one I to prevent
the hatching of the egg,or the killing of the
young worm while working Into the fruit ;
the other I the catching ot the worm In
trap, as It I escaping from the fruit, cr by
having the fruit eaten by hot, a. soon a.
It drop, from the tree and before the worm
escape. The firtt mode I without doubt
the mot successful, and I al the least
expcnsl ve. Thl I accomplished by spray
ing the tree with London purple or Part
green, using one pound of cither to one
hundred and fifty gallon, of water. Pari,
green I acompound of arsenic and copper.
It I a far more powerful poison than
arsenic alone, and not acluble In water,
hence It will remain much longer on the
tree. London purple I another arsenical
compound. It Isthe residue from the man
ufacture of aniline dye. and contain lime.
arsenlou. acid and qarbonaceou matter.
It 1 soluble, more adhesive and le. pois
onous than Pari green, and therefore is to
be preferred. It I better to wet the pow
der thoroughly and make a paste before
putting It Into the vessel of water that It
may not form lumj . The spray I caused
r forcing the liquid by mean of a force
(tump through a fine perforated noxzle,
made specially for the purpose. The finer
It I le less liquid will be required. Th,
Important thing 1 to scatter the spray on
all the fruit.
"The Cod.ln meth soon after the fruit
sets, lay. her egg upon the calyx end ,f
the young fruit. The grub a. .son a.
hatched eat It way Into the enter of the
young fruit, and then growing with It.
growth work. It mischief. In it. early
state tne young fruit I erect, it. caly t up
wardj, and the least particle of poUoned
water falling upon It I sufficient to destroy
the young worm when I. attempts to eat
It. way Into the fruit ; therefore, ,lhe best
and most opporture time for spraying the
tree Is soon after the fruit 1 scMnd when
It I about the size of a small pea. Expe
rience teaches, however, that it I not safe
to depend upon the one early spraying lo
accomplish the result tought for.whether
coming from a second and perhaps third
crop, which many affirm and other deny,
or from those that from ome cuo have
not matured a rapidly at other, .till the
fact remain that In many place the Cod
lln moth doe not sting the fruit and lay
the egg until later In the season ; there
fore, to obtain the bcit result the praying
should be continued with an Interval ,f
two weeks ur.til the firt ot July, and even
later than this on some late varieties. Care
should be observed that vegetables are not
sprayed with these mixtures, and no ani
mals be allowed tj eat the grass that has
been saturated with th spray."
The use of the above mention e4 spray, will
be of great value to the orchard in not only
ridding it of thoCodlin moth, but they will
also be (nnd beneficial in freeing it from many
other obnoxious insects and fungi that are
source of great annoyance and often of great
danger to the trees and fruit. There are
number oi mixtures that will operate success
fully in exterminating the green aphis or apple
tree louse, and can be used as most convenient
to be procured:
First. Take Jipound borax soan, i pint
kerosene oil; mix in 2 gallons hot water.
Second. I pound of whale soap dissolved
in tbrce gallons hot water.
And still a third which is easily procured.-
I pound of common laundry soap dissolved
in sixteen gallon of hot water.
Apply any of these mixtures by means of
.nrav numn where the auhis liecin to show
w z 1 .
themselves. , -
The time has arrived when every person
having an orchard sbouJJ he the ow ner of
force pump with a spray nozzle specially adapt
ed to the work of spraying tree. Where one
person has not sufficient use for a pump' to
justify him in buying one alone, let him join
with a few nsighUwi and gut .me tli'tt wi
serve them a!!. The oxl of th.: material f.n;i j
the lime required ia applying small.
London purple or Paris green coa: hut 25 ctnts
per pound in small quantities and pumps all
complete ready for use can be had from .$14
to 1 3 4 each, according to size and capacity
It isjihe desire of the board"to do all they can in
accomplishing the results sought in the enact
ment of the law creating them, and to this end
they bespeak the cooperation of every person
interested in horticulture in Oregon. . The sec-
retaiy desires to secure the name ot every fruit
grower in Oregon, and to this end requests
that every one to whom this knowledge shall
come, will send him hi name and rostoffice
address. He also desi-esthat all .hall writ,
him freely relative to their experience in com
batting these common enemies of the orchardist
for it is only.by an interchange of experience,
that the best result, can be obtained. The
hnarH will issue other bulletins relative to tbe
treatment of tbe wooly aphis and other import
ant matters of interes- to all at an early day.
By order ol the board.
Ethan W Allen.
. " ; , Secretary.
FemJciona Effect of Tobacco. .
DR.TLIN1'S REMEDY ia tbe0nly
ntifintfl aelnst the Influence of tobaroi
which tbe smoker or cbewer of tba wed.
has. and it should Be taken regularly to
prevent tb, heart from becoming dicea a
besnrtptlv, treKtisa witn aaon ootlle 01
addresa Mack Ding (Jo., NY. ?
A Bil AVE GOVKItKOlt.
1n pardoning two negroes convicted of murder
for participation in th, lynching of a white man
Gov. Rlchardion, of South Carolina.has shown
himself lo U a brave and Just Executive.
Many negroes have been lynched in that
Slat, for crimes against white women, but no
whit, man, before thl instance, ha. been sub
jected lo the same fat, for a similar crime
against colored women. As no white man lias
been hanged for helping lo lynch negroes,
though the case have been numerous, Gov.
Richardson doe not think it just to hang the
first negroes ever convicte I of imitating th.
example of whit, mob.
This is rigid. Nothing is more fundament
ally democratic than equal justice for equal
citizen. There should not be one rule of
morals or one law for while ruffians and mioih
er rule and another code for blacks. In em
phasizing this truth Gov, Richardson ha. don,
his State and the South generally a notable
service. Lqual and exact justice for all classes
and conditions of men is the essence of good
Kansas farm are mortgaged for $285,-
000,0011, which at eight percent make an
annual Interest of nearly $23,000x00. Thl
1 more than the value of the Kansas wheat
crop. It take, a great deal of money out
ot the .tale, a a large part of Ihl sum Is
loaned by Eastern capitalists. Bad as thl
may seem for Kansas farmers, It Is not
etcar that it I a good thing for the money
lender, booner or later the burden will
become greater than the farmer, can bear.
To sell a large part of the prodi ce of a
farm for Interest or rent Is the sure way to
Impoverish It Before the capitalist knows
what I being done, he find, that hi. prln
clpal has vanished. In place of hi. money
he wl'l be left lth a lot of land whose de
creasing fertility make It r.o longer worth
cultlv.tirg.and therefore practically worth
less. The safety of loan on land ronsUu
not In present value of the property, but
n what I. being done with It. If It is
growing better all the tlmt by good farm
ing. It 1 good security for almott ary
amount. If it 1 growing poorei It I pro
bably no security at all.
The average watch b composed of 175 dif
ferent pieces, comprising upward of 2400 sepa
rate and distinct operations in its manufacture.
The balance has 18,000 beats or vibrations per
hour, 12,060,080 in thirity days, 157,680,000
in one year. It travels 1 43-100 inches with
each vibration, wbkh ia equal to ) mil- in
tweaty (our hours, miles in thirty days,
or 3558.V miles in on, year.
For forty years Mi Susan B Anthony ha
been working in the cause of women suffrage.
She is still hopeful and active.though she prob
ably doe not expect to live to we the fulfill
ment of her dreariM. It UJUkely that forty years
go she was more sanguine of immediate results
than she is to-day, but, looking back, she is
not dissatisfied with the work she ha dene, and
she ha. no doubt that the people will in time
be educated up to the point of recognizing the
civil rights of woman.
The "hay fork" swindle is the latest. A
farmer is solicited to purchase or act a. agest
fur a cheap hay fork- He is decluded into
signing a long document "just as a matter of
(urm," and get. himsell in debt for f 200 or
300. Tbe bland rwindler get. what he fixes
into a very aice negotiable note, and sella it for
cash, while the deluded farmer ran do noth
ing but groan.
A minister's little daughter, who bad been
to church for the first lime and beard her
father preach, was questioned by him on reach
ing home -s to how she liked bis sermon.
There was an embarrassed silence. Then the
Utile maid, tired out with the long strain of
'being good," and yet anxious not to offend in
any wue, made answer with a long "drawn
breath of patient resignation: "You preached
awfal long, paps, but I buired it."
In the Connecticut v alley thi season more
attention will be paid lo tobacco growing, and
leu to raising onion, than was the case la
yea'. In the valley thousand of bushels o
onions are being plowed in the ground as
fertiliser, simply from lack of any remunerative
Simmering at iSodeg. U pronounced more
effective ia all ordinary cook ine than violent
boiling at 212 deg, Much beat is wasted
railing water to needlessly high temperature in
cooking. Chicken, for instance, will cook
much better in an hour of slow simmering than
in an hour of violent I oiling.
Ink stains are entirely removed by the inv
mediate application of dry salt before the ink
has dried. When the salt becomes discolored
by absorbing tbe ink, brush it off an apply
more; wet slightly. Continue this until the
ink ia all removed.
Tie president's admirer, claim that he
I entitled to commiseration because of
tbe fntlgue resulting from his numerous
appointments to office. He has our pity
but then, he I. not more than halt a. tired
as the fellows who get left.
A gentleman in Columbus, Ga., has a razor
which has been in constant use 104 years. It
bears a close resemblance to a broad ax. but
does good service yet, and may cist many a
whisker before it is finally laid awey among
the relics of bygone days.
The tail of the Britis'-. lion.ts rot been
t;l!td yet and Mr. Blaine 'is well in!o his
! eeiil month. ,
To polish ri copper kettle rub with lemon and
salt. Cut a lemon, dia in salt, and rub over
the copper surface. "
Do yoa ever hv iiaiuit iu tt.o li'ck hi d
h.ins ? If viiirh. ttfiid'toth-ni !, ('in. 1
Wait, del tft tit tlitiiK'U... N the iiiirti.
iille hud kid ni- health and ih-etor.
bi lu. A d'w.n i t ievnl Knght'a d.i
aiaoitnrl i m- etif..i t aid bar
pi'ies. 8 -iit l r.t.-i' A Maai.
Wantbo at Once. Highest market
pi ice paid lor live thousand rounds oi
bleached dried apple by G.
"Booittact" ia the largest and probiWy
tbe beat Percheron horse in thi part t f tbe
state. Will be at tbe City Feed Stables, 4th
street, Albany, Thursdays, Fridays and Sat
urdays. 8 sure and s tba imported Peroheon
stallion, "Buuittaot," at pity Feed Stabler,
Th, imported Peroheron stallion "Bouit
tant" rosy be found the last of each week
th. City Feed Stables, on 4th street, Albany
lei.' .-"-.' , - . ,:-;.'-
Wright' Myrth tooth soap. Fragratt,
cooling and refreshing. Heals sore game
and preserves the teetb. Sold by Foehsy ti
r Pitcher's Castorla.
Iblapowdor never varl,, A raarve
of purity, atrrnjrbt and wbo!Hr,m,nea
Mor, eonotlol than th, ordinary kln.f
and eaonot tm ao.d In competition with
multltnd, or low tt, aboit weight alum
rr pooaphat, powder. Hold only in can
Uoy Baklna Powder Co.. 100 Wall H.t
I, Y. D, W. Crowi.ky dt Co., Agc,tv,
STEWART & K0X8
I have bought the largest and best stock of
ever brought to Albany, and I would respectfully
nvita every one to call and look throueh my
we carry a full lino of 0. M, Henderson & Uo s
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The Red School House Shoes are the best
in the world
1 J''rtCr ers-.
sj . Mz-: rsh C " - -v-
V, ,.,,1,1, ,T m-n-iw "i'"-i x unii m - V
Look out for
in tho next SO day.
The Leadmg as!i
A Dress, or. a Coat,
Yarns. Raas. etc.
and In anayothcr ways SAVE Money, nd"V
hi... l.w iiw MEW. kv mine DIAMOND
DYES. The work is easy, simple, quicks the
colon the BEST and FASTEST known. Ask for
DIAMOND DYES and take no other.
ForGlldlnr or Bronzing Fancy Articlea USB
Gold. Silver, Bronse, Copper. Only 10 Cent.
Bab v Portraits.
kw v a TVswHhiiA nr twsAimnii bidt tjio-
tnn from life, printed on fii
wiataii naiwr m ihivui auav
proeessrent free to Mother of
in- nhv hnm within a year.
Every Mother want these
pictures i send at once.- Oi.v
buhv'a name and age.
WELLS, RICHARDSON at CO.,
To TXmtMi Uteptr and
Farmira. Iti impor
tant that the Soda or
Baleratu yon n so should
b White and Pure time
aa all alniilarsubst .nooa
used for food. To insure
obtaining only the "Arm
A Hammer" brand 3od
or Halerat m. buy it ia
xrand or ha'f pound
cartoons, which bearour
name and tnde-inuk, ai
SimeratHitittttedforthe . "Arm Hammor" brand
when bought in balk.
Partial using Ihkiujl
Powder ahould remem
ber that ita sola riaing
property eonsista of bi
oarbonateof aoda. One
teaspoonful of the "Arm
h Hammer" brand of
Soda or Salerato mixed
with sour milk equal
A Diamond A
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Packed in Card Board
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FU3HITUJI. -STOVES. '-TIS.VA2F..
mm, 333X5, ?:mmt' "
i)drwof.H. E. Young', old to,-..,
123 Firat Street, Albany, Or.
Dealer in alltli laUtlmprovo-f Pi,r,
urn, Mmrilnm, Uuni. A
aftiil lluof warrant I Kar.ora, Katchi-
anl rocket Kniys. To bet kind ,f
owinz ota:bln, oil, need) and extra.,
for ail machine All- iire-'Tln!? (.neat. r
"d reasonably don,.
- CCU321AH9 BOOTS S SltOcS
Dry SSootls Store.
w rt n wax most rciiabia
medicine Palne"8 celery
Compound. Itpurtfiea the
blood, cures Constipation,
and regulates tbe liver and
ing the fratem of ail waata
and dead matters.
combines true nerve tonic and Btrencrthing
qualities, rertvtog the energies and spirits.
"I have been troubled tor some yeara with a
complication of difflcultlea. Alter trying va
rious remedies, and not finding relief, I tried
Paine', Celery Compound. Before tafelng one
Mil bottle the long troublesome symptoms be
gan to subside, and I can truly say now, that I
feel like a new man. Digestion lias Improved,
and I hare gained ten pounds In weljrnt slnoe I
have commenced taking the Compound."
lioHESTca ST&uois, Felchville, Tt.
tj.eo. Six for 15.00. At Druggists.
Waxis, Richjlkdsoh A Co., Turlington. Yt
-ij-twnfulaof tho -
UK. . a. At; vo w der, aav
Iuk taanty times ito
Ci'sfc, b'wKba " bing
1. :'im uot coutalnany
i-.J it.ona snbsbinoe,
BHviir.'.'t'.Tn, terra alba,
etc., o:" ..';u.-U many Bak
ing TwJvt -are made. -1
ryai. u acd Fanuera
fth'T.Uluoonly the "Arm
itfiiunier" brand for--diMaj
M:k lans Sweet and
. Cattiios. See that
every pound package of
"Arm ai. . Hammer
. Brand' contain full
ltt ounorv ut't. and the
omtv net, budn or
Baieraru uiuo aa speci
fied on each package.
Boxes. Always keeps Soft
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