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Against the State Board The su
preme court Saturday decided the all
important taxation question. The deci
sion came in the following case: Oregon
& California railroad company, appellant,
vs E M Croisar, respondent, appeal from
Marlon county; judgment of the lower
court reverssed and tin? cause remanded
to ascertain such amount. Opinion by
Bean, J. The aboye case, inv jiving the
validity of the state board of equalization
was decided Saturday. The couit holds
that the s.ate board, being a board of
equalization and not of assessment, has
no authority to change individual assess
ment or classify property into any classes
other than those authorized by law, and
appearing upon tne county " assessment
rolls ; that the only classification of real
property for the purpose of assessment
and taxation known to the law !s mort
gages, city, village or town property, and
other real estate, and when the state
board undertook to classify real property
into railroad lands, wagon road lands,
swamn lands, railroad track and telegraph
line, and add to each of these c'asses a
certain per cent on account of the man
ner in which they are designa'.ed, Its acts
were unauthorized and void, but so far as
it confines its action to the classification
known to the law its acts are valid. The
court declined to pass Mpon the question
whether the state boatd should have
taken the abstracts of the assessment rolls
certified by the county clerks and not the
tabulated statement of the state board of
equalization as the basis upon which to
levy the state tax, became there is noth
ing in the record of the case upon which
this question can arise or nothing t.i indi
cate the bads upon which the state board
proceeded in making the state lew, al
though it is said in the opinion, '''It is
difficult to conceive that a county or tax
payer cculd refuse to pay the state tax for
the reason suggested." Salem States
man. Tim 4th.
Albany will be strictly in the scream
on the 4th. The committee lost even
ins appointed the following officers of
the day: Chief Justice Strahan, presi
dent of the day ; VV F Read, vice presi
dent ; Prof Bloss, orator ; Miss Grace
Scriber, of Salem, reader ; D S Smith,
chief marshal ; Rev Irvine, chaplain.
The complete program is being ar
rainged, and will be published tomorrow.
There will be base ball, bicycle and
other races, hose contests, big fire wonts,
pigeon shooting, etc. The speed pro
gram will be as follows: Saturday, a
three eigth das'), all ages, 75: gentle
man's roadsters races, $50; free for all
trot, $100; special trotting match
400. Monday the 4th, half mile dash,
all ages. $75; trotting, Linn county
horses, $50; novelty, first mile walk,
second, trot, third, run, $50 ; 2:30 trot
ting race, $200. Entrance fee, 10 De
cent ; five to enter, three to start.
Probate Matters. In estate of Daniel
Houck, bond of admr. approved and J B
Jenk,C Scott and Paul Valarious were ap
In guardianship of Sara'. Maud White,
oond of $2uo spproved.
In guardiansihn of minor heirs of W H
Churchill, S E Young was appointed!
guardian. Bonds fSooo. Bond approved.
Appraisers, Jas Archibald, L A Churchill !
and Ves Canon .
In estate of Nancy E Waggoner, in j
ventory and appraisement filed; real Drop- j
erty, fieoo; personal property, $55.50.
In estate of Bird Waggoner, inventory
and appraisement filed; real property.
$2400; personal property, $1 183 50. Pei
sonal property ordered sold.
In estate of S B Fincgan, bond filed and j
approved. Wm (jjthens, J McHride
at.d Robert Owens appraisers.
Portland Election. The city election
in Portland yesterday resulted in the
complete defeat of the republicans by
the citizens ticket. The citizens ticket
was a fusion made between the demo
crats and tne better class of republicans,
were elected : u sous
Cohen, police commissioner: Theo Wy-
gant, fire commissioner, and Jai Monks, '
H J Mclnms, w A scoggm, David Ualg-1
leish, Eugene Shelby, S G Richardson, j
W H Merrick and L M Davis for council-
men. The republicans elected Mclnnis
and Dalgleish councilmen. Monks and
Davis were on the independent ticket.
All others were on the fusion ticket ex
cept Richardson, who was on the peo
ple's ticket. It is a severe blow to the
republican machine in Portland.
Hutchison Captured. Last Sunday
the two employes of the asylum traced
John Hutchinson, the escaped lunatic, to
the residence of Mr Spencer, Bear Creek,
eight miles from Harrisburg'. He re
marked that be wonld kill any one at
tempting to arrest him. The men found
him sitting on a porch and had him in
shackles before he knew what he was
abont though he made a desperate effort
then. Tbey passed through Albany yes
terday with the unfortunate man.
Made a Hit. The next attraction 'o
be seen at the opera house, on Thursday
night is to be w H Power's company in
the romantic Irish drama, "The Fairies'
Well." The Cincinnati Times-Star gays
of tbe company's engagement in that
city that it made an unmistakeable hit
at Havlin's. Nay Triumph that's the
proper word to use in th present in
stance, and the word is used advisedly,
An Important Sale. In the case o'
Charles A Neal agt James II Foster, John
A Crawford, Wm Crawford, Ash by
Pearce, John R Baltimore, J S Li!es. E
Walden and VV H Goltra, the Master in
Chancery, Geo II Durham, of the U S
Circuit Court, will on July 25 at the court
nouse in AiDany,seu 74 icei ironi on r irsi 1
street, known as tne ros'er ijiock, or
Crawford Block. The plaintiff's claim Is
$14,046,72, and the further sum of $1920.
and costs, besides the following: E
Walden, $569.10; Liles, $104935, Bal
Ah Adventure. The young men
from Salem that started for Wolf creek
after the insane man Hutchinson had
quite an experience on their trip. In
crossing the bridge across a small creek
after dark one of the horres fell over
board, and they cut the harness and saved
the other horse and buggy. They then
camped on a hillside during the night.
Next morning they went to the creek ex
pecting to find the hore drowned, but
luckily be had managed to swim out.
They have not returned here vet. Kugene
S S Willamette Vallev arrived at
Yaquina t 5:30 this morning with the
following passengers: D Allison, Mrs
Allison, Mrs V J f reeman.Mrs J Norman,
Mrs Sarah Wilson, Henry Nettes, Mrs J
Hovey, J F Ford, Mrs F Mack, Omar
Olsen, Gen Olsen, C Olsen.Mike Counely,
H M Jones, M Lawrence, M F Bennett,
Pkof.Keid A H8ACLTED . Dr ASharples
yesterday afternoon, near the First Na
tional Bank, committed an assault upon
Prof Beid. by striking him. He was ar
rested this afternoon by Sheriff Noland
on a warrant charging him with assault
and battery, and taken before Justice
Henderson, when he plead gnilty to the
charge and was fined $10 and costs.
School Teachers. At a meeting of
the directors of District 5 held recently
the old teachers, who have given general
ati faction, were re-elected, to-cvit : Prof
Crawford.Principal. Miss Mary Blount,
Miss Clara Gard, Miss M M Laughlin,
Miss Ida Black, Miss Isabella Gray. Mrs
C H Dalrymple,Miss Abbie Wright, Miss
Mary Sedgwick. Janitor, Mr Medin.
At United Presbyterian Church
Sbedd Or., there will be p'eachlng Fri
day and Saturday of this week at 2 p m.
The ordaination and Installation of Elders
elect will take place on Friday. Commun
ion services on Sabbath; preaching at n
o'clock a m All are cordially invited.
Died. Last evening the infant child
of C. F. Fronk. Funeral services took
place this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
When. The first teams will probably
come t Albany over the bridge on the
morning of July 4th, A call has been
issued for a general road building bee to
begin June 30, and It will take two or three
days to grade the road to the approach.
Base Bali.. The game at Corvallis
Saturday was one of the llvest yet played,
Albmy winning in ten Innings by a score
of 14 to 12, really 16 to 12, a mistake In
batting causing the loss of two runs. Har
low's arm gave out in the box at the be
ginning of the game, Larimore being
substituted, and doing some splendid work.
Palmer and Denman did the box work
for Corvallis. Percy A Young umpire.
Following were the nines:
I 2 0 2 4 14.
OOO 2 212.
Albany i 0210
Corvallis o I s o 2
In Albany the Tangent Juvenilis, with
Olin and Moses as the battery, and the
Eagles of Alhan; plaved a good game.
The Eagles lost some feathers, the score
being 21 to 13 in favor of the former club.
Several Smivll Boys had been in the
habit of going into the Soda Works, at the
corner of First and Baker streets and help-!
1 .1 1 t
iiir tiicinseives, wnen no one was urounu.
icrjuuiig men pit. , .lieu iui uu . u., ,
or two aao. eacn with a lone wlv.p
Catchirg them at the business ther made j
maltArc 1 I,-..'.- An.-I kml . tn.. fill. mil' !
ing them jump hoops like dogs
stand on ;
their heads in barrels, etc. They
steal aoy more soda water
A Halsey Man. A couple of days ago
a man giving his name as Martin, and
claiming Halsey as his residence, came
here to figure, as he said, on the county
jail. TLis morning he got a livery team
and went to Springfield, but could not
withstand the liquor of that town. He
got as far back as the suburbs of Eugene
when he became unable to drive. Some
boys tied the horse and Marshal East
land being notified took Martin to the
calaboose. One spiing of the buggy was
A Clean Record There Is -..othing
like a clean record: it counts in this
world. Matthews & Washbume have one
for selling the best cojking and heating
stoves in the market, stoves that give
satisfaction, so thnt the buyer always
blesses the seller. One mlght as well live
in Egypt as to have a house full of poor
stovis. This fir-n mikes a specialty of
stoves and when you et one of them you
get a Jewel or covdething else that wtll
always be a bltr-dag to your family.
New Dressmaker. Miss Belle Stras
buig, of San FrancUco.has opened a dress
making t'stablishment. second story Mc
Ilwaln Block, and is prepared to do
first class dressmaking in the latest stvles,
...,, ...r.n.i,K : Mi e . v.
has had experience in all the new
ideas ?n ht' business and will guarantee
Yolr Attention is called to cur line o
ParUienne costumei,capes. jacket,biazers ana
"efeis, which is now complete.
They are tailor-made and guaranteed tjt.
The cloths are of the latest fabrics .
Samuel E. Young.
Ladies Oxfords. I no
plrte lice isipirg in irice
have a ccm
fnm $1.25 to
$4.50 a pair. Gcod value and
70 d asn whips just from the faetr t O
0 McFsrland s.
Astoria, June 17th, 1892.
Your readers might be somewhat in
terested in what is transpiring at Long
and North beach, the prettiest and most
popular summer resort on the north
Paaific coast. OystervilK, '.be county
seat of Pacific county, is the oldest town
except Pacific City, which has long since
been numbered with tbe dead past and
fiven place to tne ttinying little town of
Iwaco on the shore of Baker's bay.
Oysterville on Sboalwater bay, looks old
and weatherbeaten. Her streets are
sadly out of repair as are the greater
portion of the hoases, which are more
! numerous than the population, judging
prevailing quietness that seems to reign
in the grass grown streets. Oystering is
j the principal industry, and was at one
; time a very remunerative business, but
of late years prices have been low and
1 the beds not so productive as :ormerly
from some cause I am not fan iliar with,
. consequently it is thought that Oyster
ville has seen her best nays, and it she
loses her position as shire town of the
cor.nty she will s;nk into neglect and de
cay and become almost as lonesome as
The I K and N Oo.'s road terminates ;
at Sealand and Nacottah six miles above j
on the bay where it is thought the county ;
seat will be removed to after the elec-!
tion, which takes place in November, i
Ocean Park, one and half miles from 1
bealand on the ocean beach is a very
pretty and healthy place to while away
the long summer days. Near Loomis'
two miles farther down the beach is a
very fine, open, grassy reach of country
with cattle, horses and sheep looking fat
and lazy as tliey graze along the
slopes through winch the road passes.
The Northern Pacific R R Co. own 160
acres of this beautiful tract, and I under
stand it was purchased for the purpose
of building a fine hoUl that will attract
to this favored resort the wealthy people
of tbe Atlantic cities. For several years
the people of Portland have been fore
most in improving Long beach property,
and now there are some very nice mod
ern style cottages belonging to wealthy
Portlanders whose families spend the
summer months in seeking health and
enjoying the luxury of having a few
months freedom from the tramels of
society in the city, where they can go
barefoot in the tutt warm sand, or dig
clams near tilt curling breakers foaming
boundaries. There are hundreds of less
pretentious, but very pretty and comfor
table cottages dotting the seashore for
miles- Some of theui are tastefully built
and most all are nicely painted with
bright and appropriate colors. Good
hotels are needed and will be built as
soon as this beach becomes known
abroad. Nearly twenty miles in a
straight line with no bluffs or inequal
ities to break the almost level water line
of the finest beach on the Pacif.c coait
extending from above cape Hancock
almost due north to Sboalwater bay.
There are two wrecks, objects of curios- j
itv to the visitors, lying high upon the
beach whose sad history aud untimely
fate teach a mute but impressive lesson
to every beholder.
Steamers are not yet making regular
seaside trips, but will start soon and
make the journey through without
change of boats at Astoria, There is
likely to be a reduction in fares by the
Kamin and Parker lines of steamers of
Pot tland and Astoria, which wil add
very much to the throng of visitors dur
ing the season. Daily trains running to
Clatsop beach from Young's bay bridge
to accommodate visitors will be better
equipped when their new cars are run
ning. As it has been, no great discom
fort has been experienced.
Tlie railroad is progressing finely and
quite as fast as could be expected with
so much inclement weather, and bad
roads to contend with. It is thought by
the prospects so far. that boring of the
1500 foot tunnel will be a light job and
the contractors are consequently pleased.
The trestle work around Smith's point is
progressing very rapidly, but the public
are uncertain as to the direction it will
finally follow, and the engineer keepB a
There are a few houses in course of
erection, but there is no building boom
nor real estate boom, but there are a
whole lot of jib booms that find their
way into the mouth of the Columbia
river The wheat, salmon and lum'ier,
of Oregon and Washington is the load
stone that attracts the marriner to this
port, and they do not have to seek long
to find ainpie cargo for the largest ships.
Frankfort is growing nicely. Street
improvements, new buildings and vari
ous enterprises engage the citizens and
attract tbe visitor and spectators. As a
townsite it is advantageously located
and will at no distant day be the largest
city at the mouth of the Columbia in
the state of Washington. A railroad
and steamship linh from the Orient to
the Occident can effect wonders. Nkd
S A Sanford, of Salem, was in the city
DrEL Irvine and family leave tomor
row for the mountains.
Yoshizaki Usukt and IMshwar Tatsu
were mauled In Portland last week.
Mr F H Allen, of LaGrande, Is In the
city, the guest of his brothei, F E Allen.
J N Gulllford and family left Albany
last week for Eastern Oregon, where they
will remain for some time.
Mrs Geo W Freeman and son Gif cam"
up from Portland this no m to attend the
funeral of their cjusin, Mr Oscar Bodine.
Mrs Fred Blumberg and Miss Annie
Flinn went to Eugene today to attend the
commencement exercises of the State
August S'ark, of tVHI & Stark, Is in
Missouri visiting with his parents and
former neighbors, and will be cone Until
I about August 1st.
C B Montague and wife and M RC
Miller, o Lebanon, went to Eugene today
to attend the burial of the son of Ur W
Henderson, a relative.
Several bridge men went to Portland
this noon, leaving eight, who will have a
couple more dats work to do. when they
wjj ,Q Jaiein
on the dome of
Mr E J O'Connerand family will move
to Portland this week to reside.Mr uxon
"V. " . .. . 7
witn uiat I'lclil. tne c:vii engineer, nu
surveyed for the Albany bridge In the pre
II C Davenport, formri . of SiUerton,
Marion count v, is now one of the San
Francisco Examiner's special artists, at d
Is gaining quite a refutation for his humor
ous sketches, particularly personal carica- j
ture, Mr Davenport was in Albany last
year, when a piece of his pencil work was
on exhibition at Boenicke s.
George Landreth, a foimer well-known ;
resident of this city was among the ex-,
cursionis's of Sunday . He is the same
genial, happy George as when he was
managing his barber shop In this city.
He reports business in his line as good in
Albany and seems to be prospering.
Jiverybody was pleased to see
.Mr isert .Magers went to uauas mis ai-
1 J Dubruille went to Salem
. . - -. , . 1 . 1
.ur r.u n'.iei ami moncr, 01 1 onunu, ( ;
I are In the ci'y.
Mrs W B Rice, of Ashland.is in the city ,
Mrs C L Brush, of Portland, returned
home today from a trip to Albany.
Mr Arch Alien leaves this week for
Walla Walla, where he uj go into busi
ness. Julius Logus, of Oregon City, whose
sudden doa.h is mentioned i,i the dis
patches, was a brother of Mrs Louis
Miller, of this city.
Miss Lilly Robertson, ho leccntly .
graduated from the Monmouth, III., Col- j
, , , j
Licenses have been issued for the mar-.
riage 01 v vasKey ami .Mary a oe,
t iv. ui- j i- ":. - jL.i.'. r. r !
- .iduic Hint arii.a .-stuuii, s as I
Massev and M E 11 irons.
The funeral procession of Oscar Bodine
fiOT. the residence of Mrs Bodine lo the ' ""et.and ixitlie Ketchum and u Bren
ciiy cemetry today, was one of the large.t ' "er were heard in well executed piano
ihat ever passed through Albany.
Frank Props', Will Lvons, Anderson
Cannon. Luther Elkins Ht-ttie J Miller
and Miss Flora Mason went to Monmouth
this morning to attend the commencement
J F Beard, of Linn county, was a guest
at the Prineville Snnday. tie is looking
for a ranch, and the News takes pride in
saying that he has chosen a field in
1 which such things are valuable Prine
The circuit couit has granted a divorce
to Mrs Nellie S'adden ard the riht to re
sume her maiden rime, Mis Nellie Eu
genia Gilbert. She leaves on the over
land trais tonight for Los Angeles on a
visit to her sister, Mrs Gardner. -Eugene
L V Moore, the Portland piano dealer,
is in the city.
Maj E A Weed. manager of the Oregon
car, has been in the city.
Elliot Irvine and Carlton Sox went to
Monmouth this morning to a'tend the
Prof Lee and family went lo Portland
this noon to visit with relatives for ten
Mrs James Failing and three children
came up from Portland this noon on a
visit with Albany friends, and are the
guests of Mr Cal Burkhart.
r Ezekial, a 4!er, now a St Louis
1 . 1 T 1 1 morula I Imirtct eat i I. .-
siT j v rjiu 1 -TZ
fne,8"d L E 15,8,0 d,d the 'nes together
K Knox. S A Dawson, Robert Foster
3l,d Marion Follis, of this count v. have
peJ drawn as jurors for the I S Court
in roruanu on juiy oin-
The Man About Town has received a
copy of the N. Y. M. A. Quarterly, a
splendidly gotten up military publica-
uou iseuen at Cornwall, on me Hudson,
by the ew ork Military Academy.
Tbe principal local interest in the matter
is the lact that Key Joseph CainpWH
WyckofT. at one time president of the
Albany Collegiate Institute, is principal
and Professor of Classics. Col . Charles
Jefferson Wright is president and heads
the faculty with Pro( Wyckoff next. The
list of Btudents is a good one, at.d every
thing indicates prosperity. The fiiends
of Prof Wyckoff he. e will be glad lo
know of his success-
Hall of Hkli.aii Rsuf.kaii DaWBB j
Louok, No. 35, I O O F.
Albany, Or., June 17th, 189a.
The dread monster, death, his entered
our lodge room and stricken down one of :
the oldest and most zealous apostles of :
Odd Fellowship, our beloved brother, J
F Backensto, who has labored zealously 1
and efficiently for the advancement of the
principles of our beloved order; therefore,
Resolved, That in the death of our be
loved brother Beutah Kebekah Degree
Lodge, No 35, I O O F, has suffered an
irreparable loss. That his labois In the
lodge room and in our councils have been
sucn that his memory will abide with us
and dwell in our heartu till the call of the '
tJrard Master in that world, the portals of
which is the grave, fhall summon us to
render an account cf our work in our lodge
Resolved, That the charter of our lodge
be draped in and the membership wear
tSe badge of mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, That the secretary be direct
ed to fun i-h under seal of the lodge
copies of these resolutions to the family
af our deceased brothet.and 10 each of olt
city papers for publication. .
L 11 MONTANYE,
llJA I C'AKTBR,
Kate li Montanyc,
Net Ice lo Ihe (iriinge.
1 have this day made: arrangements
with Knapp, mirrell Ac Company, of Al
bany, for their entire line of goods, in
cluding binders and twin j for the season
of 1892, notwithstanding all reports to
June 17th, 1892.
I. VV. Pkopst.
Agent LSnn Co. B. C.
Following is tho list of letters reu.tining
in the post office at Albauy, Linn couuty,
Oregon, Juue 20, 1892. Persons oalling for
these letters must give th date on which
thev wore advertised.
Curran. L W
Diyis, Miss Addio
Oreen, Geo S
Kelsey, .1 M
Cluinherl no, Harry V
Delord, Miss Dulla
Kulop,-, M H
Morgan, Mrs Bell
Roger, Fred S
Sinclair, J IV 2
lhomps'n, Mrs Ona
Thorn paon.Mrs Fannie Verman, Mrs Olas
W i' inson, James Williams, Mrs N E
Ward, M us Delia
T. Montkitii, P. m ,
Albany Will Bnrcail Uer.sir.
Besides the races given in our issue
yesterday for the 2nd and 4th of July the
following program will occur:
44 guns at sunrise.
Procession at 10 o'clock, with striking
features, the trades display being an im
Oration by Prof Bloss, etc., at Court
Shooting tournament tinder auspices
of Mascot Gun club for $1000 in prizes.
Besides $1000 in various prizes for
shooting and $1000 for horseraces will
be the following:
Baseball 200 n0
Hose races, wet test 100 00
Steamer contest 25 Oo
Hook and ladder contest 20 00
Tender race 10 00
Bicycle race.one mile 20 00
Bicycle race, ., mile.Linn conty
Bicycle race. mile, boys. .
Klltiy . . .
Foot race. 300 van! a
Foot race, 100 yards
Foot race, ladies, gold ring
Sack race, 50 yards
Wheelbarrow race, 100 yards
Three-legged race, 50 yards
( Mini Milk' creased in, le
e-i l . . . . .
greased pig, the pig the
prize 10 00
l-ongpst throw with baseball 2 50
Quickest run of bases 2 BO
Longest running, hop, step and
jump 2 50
Besides other contests.
Dedication of biggfsteel bridge, hand
somely illuminated in evening, followed
by fine display of fireworks from East
Music by four or five brass bands.
Pow Jays, lead by the Wild man ol
Borneo, during afternoon.
Ball at Opera House.
Half fare on all roads.
the mti:hk umummt
A large audience greeted the euter
tainmentat the opera house by the
pupils of the academy of Our Lady of
Perpetual lloln Th nrni,n . , r.,11
0( interest, presented with promptness.
Misses F and L Brenner opened the ex
j erases with a well executed overture.
(The opening chorus. "Welcome," was a
im-using anair. Miss .m renders was
heard in the salutatory, presented
"""er Biiowiug excellent training, a s
piano duet was executed with skill. di-
; pmyuig superior instructions. The
1 : . . I
iussii Pantomime" bv a class of little
L'irls. wan r. verv ent. afTiir ,.r..c. .... I
Mritls spirit, and captivated the audience, i
r.iizatietii ol lhurireia. ' a drama in
five acts, was a pretty affair, containing
a good lesion, in which charity and good
1 morals conquered. Miss Warner sus
: tained the part of Sophia, w ho usurped
the throne, in an able manner. Miss
j Beard made a handsome Elizabeth and
sustained U.e part well, as did Miss
SkelIey as the stewardess, and Miss
Senders as the empress : lottie Ketch um
made a splendid Kowunnmli. ! (inniet
and A Ash did their parts well as ladies
of honor, and M Casev was particularly '.
.uwome; i pnnger made an
"i"mi, ("' pwpic ,
,D appropriate costumes were repre-
prvi-er manner oy r .
;. ,t,-i, .!i if -vii:. t --j u ijr .
wimjo, i uu uuuujmi,
L Bow en, M Raymond and A Brers.
. Bn the ct. M Springer and F
vaV MT. '"J3Wn -19(1 MIU . fl lllri a
solo with fine effect, "The angels bore
her home." A cantata by the junior
class was a flowery and pretty affair.
The commercial diploma was conferred
on Mis Kate Skelley, and the program
closed with an address by Archbishop
Gross, the central thought of which was
that the education of children should be
under the control of parents and not un
der the state.
A B McIlwain
Mikes the fo'Ving redactions in sugat
H cash :
16 lbs chy granulated for 1 1.00.
iS Ihs extra C white for $1.00.
ao lbs extra C golden for $1 00.
By the loo lb sack be will sell sagar as ,
I folio: Dry granulate', 6 cents per lb;
Extra C, j V cents; Golden C, 44 cents.
He will alio sellaTive gallon ktg of rkkics
or So ;tnts.
at F. E A Liax s
some choice mixed pickles
chow chow. Chili sauce, salad drea,ioc,laoch ;
tongue t1 n iishea. Jnst the tbirg for &'d
meata. picnics and louches. Upnosite M-
Niagara Kid gloves in bla
fl j.er pair. None better
the 1 rice
Every jai' warranted.
Samcel E Yot jeo
I.at'iEs Kir Vent lhavi jnitxceived
a care ef ladies' lithed tanmr vaete, lceg
and thort sleeves. Special vslo.
SaMI'KL E Yocso.
Will Ac Staik carry a splendid it ck of
., , 1 1
; goirt ana stiver waicnes, tor nieu si u ames.
and an elegant line ol silver wtc.
A new barrel of th at choice Magnolia
syrup jast received at K Allen's. Briug
ycur can and get soma
Hue jnst received acme extra choice si
e prunes. . s.
Strawberry, vanilla and chocrlatr. T icse
who ecjy a good dish cf ice cieam go to Ol
j Oo to I
H Mueller's fcr jrur
1 o err am
See W K Bead's line of diess gonU
silks before buying rlsewbere.
Dsns TmiMMmcs. Tta Uut BovtJtis
drefs irirrrr.ligs tan slaj I e fctmd at
.-MIL t. VOI NC
F. E. ALLEN'S.
CURED HAMS AT
weald be w- ie use
SILES. GRAY. On Wednesday
forenoon, June 22, 1892,at9::50 o'clock,
at the residence of the bride's parents,
on Ferry street. Albany, by uev h u
Irvine D 1), Mr Edward Charles Niles, of
Portland, and Miss Mary Lena Gray, ol
Albany. The ceremony was private;.
The groom is a young man of splendid
character, an employe of the Webb Safe
Co, and the bride, the -laughter 01 ir
ti W Utray, IS a young luuy grenuy
esteemed. The happy couple have the
best wishes of a host of friends for happi
ness and prosperity. They left on the
noon train for their new home in Portland-
RENDERS. BALDWIN. tin Wed
nes'lay forenoon, at 10 o'clock, June 22,'
189.' at the residence of the bride's par
ents, in Albany, by Geo Humphrey,
Esq. Mr Maurice Senders and Miss Cora
G Baldwin. The grooin is the popular
assistant manager jt the farmers ami
Merchants Ins-Co. , the bride the ac
complished daughter of Mr Wallace
Baldwin, secretary of tbe Albany Water
Works. Only a few intimate friendu
and relatives were present Mr and
Mrs Senders have the best wishes of
many friends for prosperity and life's
best blessings. They left on the noon
train for Portland on their bridal trip.
BODINE. O" Sunday, June 19, 1892,
at the home of his inother, near Albany,
f dropsv, Mr Oscar Badlne, aged 33
eais 5 months. The deceased was born
y Albany In January, i860, and has since
"esided In this county. He was a young
man well liked by those who knew him.
HENDERSON. On 8unday, June 19,
189J, at ihe home of Hon R C Miller, In
Lebanon, Larry Henderson, son of Dr
W V Henderson, of Eugene. The remains
were taken to that city for burial.
HOMK AKD ABROAD
Hov I D Driver will deliver the i'.h" cf
July oration at Eugene
The commencement exercises of the Stati
tini versify occur this week.
John Newsome's granary on Howell prairie
burned last Friday, together with about
15,000 husliels of train.
Mis Morrison, who resides in fient m
coauty, wheeled ths first baby buggy over
the budr Saturday cv niug
Some good races are promised foi Satut
day, July 2nd, at the fai-ground. Aud be
sides the race, will be two ball names.
Crswl'ord & Pax tor, have issued some Hue
views o tho completed bridge at this city.
They show off a fine structure to advan age.
A meeting of the Apollo e.iub will be held
to night at tho residence of Prof W II Leo.
All members are requested to bo present.
Or Jordan. President of Inland Stanford.
jr, University, will deliver an address at the
nieetiFg of th Sttte teachers institute io
Some very iu'ercsting childrens day txer
oises were Riven at tho Presbyterian church
Isst evening before a I irgs audience. Tbe
floral display was alto ! eautiful.
John Is -.111, jr., has established a bottling
works at Sodaville for 1 he purpose of furn
ishing the public with the excellent water
from the springs at that c ty. The water
can be ohtaioed at till First street .toro in
tuantitiei to suit.
An Alarm A fire caught in the retU
dence of Mr F H Roscoe this noon from a
defective terra cotta Hue, burning a hole
In the roof. A bucket brigade extin
guished ihc flames before the arrival of
the fire department. The building, which
is owned by Mr Roscoe, was Injured in
the American Insurance Co., S N Steele,
agent. The loss was adjusted immediately
at about $15.
TIT Mil AY.
A meeting of bicyclists will be held to
morrow evening at the V M t A hall to
make arrangement for the 4ih of July cele
bration. The University buys defeated the Sprine
iield nine, Ssturdiv. June 18, by a score of
21 to 13. Haight finned out 18 men,
Cochran 5, Base on balls by Halght 3, by
Coohrmn 1 Guard.
Will, the 14 ear ol 1 son of Jas Mcliargur,
was arrested foi stealing several dollars
from Hamilton & f-'ox. aud last evening war
sentenc sA to two yesr in the reform tcbool.
Ibeboy has hid a bad reputation for some
TV . . . . ...
1 m nvriuai in our utiiru.e conesKkB4-
,nc- yesterday that the Curtis Br.'he! hid
purchased th Mel nv th MrHnrtiiT
I" informed by Mr K M French, tbe trustee.
rreci. me etat ni not uem w:it.
Died- Mr J P GatbrrUh yesterday re
ceived a telegram from Tennessee, an
rouncing the sudden and unexpected
death of hU father. Many will remember
haviee been in this ciiv two vears
ago visiting his son and family.
77 years 01 age.
Ba-e Ball A game of base ball will
be payed in Alb ny tomorrow between
Albanv and Sci o
On Sunday the Independence team
ueieau-0 the alems in a thirteen
game. The score was s to 7
At I afavMip (.nmlar tho
n L.aiayeie ?unuay tt.e
won will, ih
Score 10 to 7.
Tbe barn burn.r baa reac
two Tent op in one night.
' d Sitet.1 axil
Eieeaat dif play window may be um at
C H Mueller's. Mr Mueller carries a line
display of confectionary of all kicds.
The toil a'oogthe Saetism is noted for its
fertility. A case illnatrttes it. A gardioer
in tbe city displayed radishes a foot long,
the seed for mhich ere towo just iweotv
foar days before.
Linn Wrods ioforns this theet th roort
than liU head of saeeo nad crossed
I'en hotes near his brewer; at the time i f his
last trip over there. They were beaded for
rangea of tbe lall Catcades. : : nt.iile
An excursion party of atxat lUUgiveofcy
the Prea'-ytetiaa church if Salem came a p
(be river thta sturun . and sp nl a short
time looaicg at Albany scene. Including
the fioast bridge in the Northwest.
1 ne reports of lb an rraccuco Board J
iieaith, and o! tbe Taocma, Seattle aid
C L . . - l I f .1 i.e. I
"1 1 1 "" 11
ate to be paid even to an srt cle of so high
a character as t M Koyal Hatting I owder
These Boards sy, in their jodgsaeot it u
j impossibla to make a porer or stronger bak
. icg powder than the Rryal."
A same of bate bail was to be played Ibis
tweet picalts. Brnooo between Albany and S .io; hot lie
?o had not ail srnr.d at pm time,
'- was loroorC" tk Hurt boja were to t
"ngns in on me u r 4 o coca true
; Bichardton and Collett were to be the hat
, tery foi Albanv, followed by Uecnie, Mai
j shall, Stites. Harlow, Davie, Mc".-t!r.r.
i 11 h ... i 1: t 1 1 it
we rare tar Ike St un.i Trlwt
The Cnico Pacifv- will sell Ik's Sis Chi
cago and return al one fare for tt.e rowad trip
; tothOfc desiring lo attend the National Dem
(ocra'ic Convention hicb meet June an 1
j For dates of sale and limits of tickets or - i y
j additional information apply 10
V H HBUJOtT,
AGFA I r.icn Pacific System.
Keep Your Evas Opks. Don't be
deceived: poor things are dear at any
price. Nothing is truer than thU state
ment in reference to stoves. What is
bomewlthout a gocdone. What Is home
with a poor one. f f you want a good one,
the very best manufactured, go to Mat-
-, mew. a: asliburrc s, where ou have a
fjne tXOC to aajoct fTOm. They also carry
the best line of tinware, hardware, etc., lo
I be secured, and their plumbing wi-rk is
N iw Blacksmith. Mr Geo P Cramer
recently of Plainvlew. will open a black
smith shop at the corner of Second and
Ellsworth sheets, on next Tuesday. Mr
Cramer is an experienced workman and
will do work brought to htm in a satisfac
tory manner. H-rsc shoeing and general
I blacksmithlng attended to. A share of
he public patronage is solicited.
50CC papers fresh garden and llower seeds
awaiting purchasers at
C E Brown ell's.
WHEAT. 67 CENTS-
Butter, lt cents per lb.
Egg lSesnti per dor.,
matoea, 15 cents per bushel,
I-ard, It CI 12 oe n par th.
Ban-in .llams, 12 esnts; aids', II emctaJ
nn.ilders, 0 cants.
Beef on foot. 2 C 2 '4 cant' per
Prk. dressed, 6 cants ir lb
".'..--, 16 psr barrel,
pis.i. M oat s
The Best Baking Powder
AND MOST ECONOMICAL,
Is that of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. It is prepared
with greater caro and accuracy, from finer and more ex
pensive materials, competent chemists test every ingredient
nothing is left to chance. No ammonia, alum or other
adulterant taints this purest of human food products.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is the embodiment of all
the excellence that it is possible to attain. It Is always
uniform and reliable and retains its full strength until used.
It is not only more economical because of its wonderful
raising power, but by reason of its greater bulk, the cans
being much larger than the ordinary kind; it will go
farther and do better -yovk. It never disappoints. Dr. Prices
is the only baking powder that contains the whites of eggs.
Purest Baking Powder.
V he' her any other baking powder is equal to
"Royal,' let the official reports decide. When
; different powders were purchased on the open
1 rket and examined by Prof. Chandler, of the
N c - York Board of Health, the result showed that
! Baking Powder contained twenty-seven
:ent. greater strength than any other brand,
hen compared in money value, this difference
d be as follows:
one pound of Royal Baking Powder sells
pound of no other powder is worth over
inother baking powder is forced upon you
grocer in place of the Royal, see that you
urged the correspondingly lower price.
June 20, 18512.
The literary and band picnic, which
was held here Friday, was pronounced a
pleasant affair, and a good time waa hed.
The crowd was headed by the military
band of Albany, followed by the Willam
ette alley and Philomath winds, and
marched to the beautilul ash grove
furnished for the occasion. The nro-
gram consisted of music by the band.
The president of the literary, Mr G W
jvuuie, maae a line speech. Rev G
Irvine, of Albany, spoke to the people.
About h00 listened to him. He made us
a tine cnesch. Th RfllA (if lutalr Am t . L-
nlace, 17 baskets being sold, which
brought !3 7. Dinner was nnnnnnrm!
and all enjoyed themselves. At 1:30 p
ni Hie afternoon exercises took place.
Music by the band ; recitation by Miss
Anna Smith ; recitation by Miss Rosa
Mills: recitation, bv Miss Lelia Henit-
music by the choir": remarks were mide
by Rev I (' McFariand : a nonir !ir Jl
Tangent choir. At 3 d m all marched to
v r -
me uau groun.i, wnere a match game
was played by the Oak CrteVa and Tan
gent s. The score was 32 to 21 in favor
of tbe Oak Creeks.
Owing to so much drV weather lat
sowed grain does not forecast a very good
appearance. Rain is much need around
Mr L F Smith and R B Moore have
sold out their general merchandise store
u rortiand men, A li Conard and John
We understand that A W Moses has
been employed to teach the urincinal
ipart of our school this fail.
Mr Geo Mills, of Jefferson, is spending
a few da) s at his home.
Third quarterly meeting is going on at
the ME church South. Rev D C Mc
Farland P E, in charge
Several Tanent people anent their
Sabbath at thtk Cret-k camp meeting.
Jam 20th, 1S92.
The Sodaville band spent last Sunday
with our band hoys, discoursing sweet
music on the air and otherwise enjov ing a
pleasant day together. Such meetings
are of benefit to all. and should receive
encouragement from all. Come again
In our article of last weea In regard to
jdc Pearl, we were wrongly informed .
It was a wn of Mr Pearl who was thrown
from the norse. The bov is in a critical
condition, vet hops are entertained of his
fui ar.d spcedv recovery
I - "
A l. K.I! l.,K K. K -. I
this place and will soon be ready for bus!
Work on our new laundry has begun
and ere long we will hare another bust
iiess and on no mean tcale cither.
Marshal Powell made a haul on some of
the tough ones and the city's finance was
increased t the amount of $10, and tbe
' parties have had another experience that
1 should do them good in she future, but
j dt.ubth.-ss will not
Center street in the Galbraiih addition
has just been gradea in nice shape, and
Is ready for gravtl. Mr W R Kirk will
extend the street straight on out to the
cemetarr, and a walk from own will tie
another convenience, which
will soon be
done we are Informed.
Haulinc of lumber and wood teems to
be the order of the day with our teamsters
and the team can be seen on anv morning
. ai. early as 5 Vclock going to the mills.
Hie strawberry socirble given by Ihe
Y P S C E was well attended. The scrip
ture reading was conducted by W B
Hamilton, praver by Rev A M Acheson:
the address of welcome was given by W
H Crawford. and the response by J Melvin
Bamford. The chuich was hanr'somely
decorated with fl.'werj and the woids
"Welcome Home,"- in evergreens, was
nicely arrangetl on the wall, the handi
work of Mrs. II M Stone and Carrie St
John. Our visitors were well entei tained
and all present enjoyed themselves.
Dr S G Irvine preached in the U P
church Friday and Satuiday afternoon.
The school will close this week with a
picric on Friday. Prof Robb has a good
Dr I N Smith, of Salem, made a hurried
visit lo this plare last week.
The Curtis Brothers h"ve bought the
IfcOoy esute. Amicus.
T me MoDCa Vivendi. Thai's the talk
Get it renewed. Always keep a large
and fresh stock of groceries on hand, the
best to be obtained in the market. It
means peace in the family, and happi
ness generally. If you deal with Csnn
A Hendricsoti there will be no trouble.
Tbey carry a tine stocK of groceries and
prodoce, treat people th an aadcable
manner, never quarrel about the price
of things, and if it is a modus vivendt
will renew it on sight. Always deal
with them and get your moneys worth.
A a family medicine, the Oregon Bl .d
Puriiltr has 110 equal. Ithasnro tself-f
a aerUi-i and efficacious remsay for all dis
eises CAUtcd by an inr.v.r state of tno blooJ
A I ,r. linn ot elegait gold watches
uw trsva si Will ASurkV.
n: : BEBB
Parker Bros, grocers.
t. M. French keeps railroad tiln
Buy yoor g'ooeri of Parker Bru
Fiae groceries ttCMM jc Mi-ndricaoa's.
Latest sheet n ueic at Will Si Lwk'e.
Um cream cheese just laeeived at Cotrad
C W Cobb, job printer, Flion Block, does
first class work.
K W Acbisoo &Co are selling monomcota
at Portland prices.
Stewart & S sll tha v-ry lst rstsn:
shears snd scissors.
The finest line of ptsck e: knives in the
city at Stewart 4 S n's
Snrnke the ceVbrat I ffavaaa filled 5 cut
etgar at Julias Just pb'.
Co to 2 W eobb. snaeMBer to Paisley &
Smil. P;ioo Bi--k. fir v.iri-l Drintin
, tf ajl kiuda
I).- M H V IU
1 Albanv. Orjou I'.tu ir.i t In
With his new bakery Conrad M jr
able to offer old and new customers tct
thing fiissclaaa in baked gondi.
W Dos t
Covaa the Earth,
Bot we do claim to covsr a small por
tion thoroughly. We cover the field in
Albany, and if you want the beet grocer
ies and baked gois, p'aia and fancy,
baked in metropolitan style, call on us.
We can supply you with what you want.
Fresh berries, fiuita and produce alaraya
on hand Parceb Rbos.
IspureorTiLated Mood ! atJM .
ttisr-j out 1 i ten raced by sr dm ;
font ol ei4lnsi.'on or indige
tion h: r!o-m cf lie exstes. ,
wbea ihe Howl ua to rally be- 1
cveua !3irccr.s:sHl with tbe et- j
NteaMftee n 1 !:rsa.rUiat I
alter-,; ; I rvacb till ruMiiliua j
br B&BCktag lbc b"! a kb ths I
drastic mineral " jotatl; " Tbe itaab tbe-vy is '
old a3 I etssMa ' Ve-ptal-; :farxer?iUat
sleru. It gtx a ! ! e teat if the troaUc. Jl !
asntcics ibe iiiv-, kUsu a i bawala to Leaitb- J
Iui aciwi . a U ia.rxus u,e i.rcn.a:iun, and ;
tbe .-,;.ua.us aft ;j.itl.. ranioJ S ths Elti
tbe ua,urt cU-uuscU
Try it as-J noto Its dUsbt.'t:;
aeUon. cUas. lec, at i i '
TSTJ ?ail - 5".
wrtUs: ' 1 it lr - '
bol and while 0-1 the- Los
lie Deearac coovimoi t :: r, :
its, tcr I roii.d IcH tt s
:n; ...'. . KraWM
Oed aud brarl mc o.-fe l- -a If,
and everyliioR u n..-.t vnvtli C ruit r-;ular. "
JUy 0 Sarsaparilla
-1MB SALE BY-
CEO C STAN ARD
SHERIFFS TAX NOTICE OF SALE;
jVJOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i by virtue of a warrant for the eoliee
twa of delinquent taxes on the asaeaameat of
1891 for the county of Lino and state ttt
Oregon, duly issued by the Coaatv Clerk cf
laid counts, which warrant is now in my
hands, attached to the ist of anpaid and dt -linquent
taxes for the year 1 89 1. in said Linn
coo oty, and not having been able after dili
gent tearch to fi id any prso-al property
within said ceuotr oat of which to make tie
taxes hereinafter mentioned. I have levied
upon tbe 1 -nds described in the list h -reir-after
set forth aa the property of the ptricn
whose name is set y .i:e each tract as U e
same appears asesse-t on said delinquent tax
roll, and will on
fcatardav. Ihe .'a.l way af Jaly. : si;.
at the door of tbe County c-.urt house, in Al -1
bany. Lion county, Oregon at the hoar of 1
o'c'ock p m of said day, sell at pablic auction
; to the highest bidder for cash in band, 00 tbe
i day of sale, all tba hereinafter described
lands orwmo:h of each tract as may be
necessary to psy and satisfy lh lax assessed
ag iott tne owner ol anch tract . in said Linn
county, for the tar 1S9I, togethei with ac
crning cot.t and expenses, which lUt is aa
O J Hannoo. tp 12, R 3 w, 24 acres. . . $ 4.73
Mrr L KB Myers, Halsey, block 34, lota
, 2. 7 and 8, and block 37, iota 3,
, , 6, 7 and 8
10, R2K. 160 acres
John Doaae, f K of sec 34. tp a
K, 160 acres: ft h J tit A h
SSu 33, tp 9. K 2 K. 40 acre
R and D J Mayo, N w i of N E i of N
h of Its J anu Shi ol,s
and S w I of S K J and w i of sec
32. tp 9. R 3 K, eicent 7 acres
he.elofora deeded. 193 acre.
Mrs Jeome Stafford. N E V of sec 24,
tp9, R3E, 160 acres
J fl Bridges, N E V ... tec 23. tt. :.K 1
E, ItiO acre
C H HotMft. Atlianv, H a 2nd add. B
17. lct 1 andS'
F Wise. Albany, H'a 2nd add, B 13,
A 0 Smith,Sio,N E port 00 of lot 122
W W War. lall. S J cf E J s-f D Harre 1
and fl) LC in tp 10, RSw-.oO
Maiceilu Sohambear, pt of John
Neat'e D L C in tp t). R I w. 177
J M JoMf, tp9. R 1 w
James M Woraaa, E
sec 26, tu 10, It 1 "
,i xr w..i xt
, 34 acres . . .
aud S '4
, 120 m '
S l c
i .. iiaiiuituu, 1 w 01 , v. .
1 1 of N w
see 16, tp 10. R 1 w, 4t seres
Est of Jrrosha Moore, ih ; N I 1 trie l
I, C of aLimoti Moore aud t in tp
10, R2w, 32tl scree
W C Casaell, Aibanv, 24 fr ol siie
of lot 5, block 6 19.9S
J I" Unwell. AiUnv. ir.s2.isdd.
Easte Mrs Jacobs, Albany. H's 2ud
add, block 34, lot 1 13-S0
Mrs JaneBtinahau), Albany, EASE
t.' of block 2 S3 66
Mrs Mattie Kreenan, Albany, dock
54, let i 3 and 6
F W French, Albany, Us 2od odd
Uoes 49, lo 6
MisMayi.lt F I'..- 11, Albanv, bios
65, lots 1 and S 53.44
C E SuIIod, Albany, Fairdale, blua
All In Linn county, Oregon.
Notiob.-Taxpayers please take notice
that costs are now lo be added to the
above amount before settlement.
Dated Jane 1st, 1892.
Sheriff of Idnn county; Oregon
1 6m Thai Li Ik
S ft cot
f judicious V m,
V BUYING V
1? OU - ARE -
If You Don't Examine our
legant and ei
tre m e 1 y fine
ready to wear
tailor made suits
for men antiboyv
that are big
and are actually
worth your care
MAIL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
T. L . WALLACE
course when prices are the
OCR NEW SPRING SUITS
are the most attractive we have ever brought on
and we ask your special attention to our line of
Sack and Cutaway Suits now on sale. We have
them in all of the new and nobby designs.
Also a fine line ot straw hats-andthe latest bov
elies in furnishing goods.
Our stock of boots and shoes lor spring and sum
mer wear is large and choice.
THE LEADING CLOTHIEHS,
Four - BMs
Good location. On the line of the New Motor line. For
priees and terms see Oregon Land Co., or S N SWele &
iw Ice k
fa now prepared to fnrnlah irtVi
in quantities to suit at rwaaon- M.XJ Ea
able " m.
Order books will be found at ato.'ea of
Frank L Ki nton, John Iaom and Parker
Wt eon will call for orders at those
places at Sana sua 3pm daily, axe
Suudsva. Pr. uipt service guaranteed.
Is "Judicious Bvying" every
tim. It always lays bargains
gocds, for the best bargains
are always in th best gocds,
and we keep no othei kind.
A - GOOSE
Clothing Mm Buying.
is preferred of
same as forother styles-
Townsend's - Addition.
A BIG STOOET
-:- of -:-
Bciby :-: Bugis
besfassc rtment ever brougl.t to Afnarj
juat received at
SteVqt $t Sox's.
8m the lugm tsd U Trm