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ALBANY.O RLGON, FRIDA1, DECEMBER 30. 1893.
STITEft at aiTTIKe.Pabllshers aad rrsprletera;
There is probably no city of importance in the world that can show
such rapid and wonderful growth as Chicago since its destruction by
fire. To-day its population is about 1,200,000. Mr. Peter Van Schaaclc,
one of the leading merchants of that city said in conversation, that a
large number of his personal friends, as well as scores of representative
men throughout the Northwest with whom he had conversed upon the
subject, had found St. Jacobs Oil a pain-curing and heating remedy of
the most extraordinary efficacy. It is the Great Remedy for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Backache, Bruises, Burns, Swellings etc.
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POMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS !
We are general agents for
3 T :i t 1 - .1
nu uui ri-inps, aiso uie xiumsey roice ana l.i t rumpa.
We guarantee these pumps to give perfect satisfaction or
00 sale. We also guarantee them superior to any other
pump in the market, '
stock before purchasing.
We also carry the largest stock of Farm Implements
and Vehicle? to be found in the vallev. Give us a call.
MITCHELL, LEWIS & STAVEk OO.
5257 2nd A,Eliworth st, Albany, Or
W. F. R34D
E have the largest and
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS FANCY
GOODS, ETC., ever shown in Albany.
OODSfsuitableforf HOLIDAY trade.
Ellhave reduced the pries on a great many Knee.
tall and see what we
fiHTS for Butterick'slpattprns Jand Warner corsets.
E also carry a full line of Henderson's Red school
house shoe, the best child shoe in the worl
OURS for iusiness,
Rupture, Asthma and Piles
Dr's. Shi m p & Ho user.
Specialists In the treatment of all forms 01 Chronic, Catan ha!, Nerrous an
female Diseases .
Twtsatty (0) Tear Experience in Medicine. Surgery and Kleotrir.'ty
cnrable cases Guaranteed. Offloe 259 Commercial Street, Malum, Oregon,
Salem, Oregon, V. I.
A thorough business training school Endorsed by
Five Departments: Business, Shorihr.nd,
hoojjnsession the entire year. S;udm.aHt- -i-dat
Vitri as home
Salem. OraffOn. V. I. Stailkt. Prinrirr! -
SAT.EM - - - OBE&ON: ZZJZ
In the Gray Block, corner Liberty and State street, branch office in Portland
MA.KES a specialty of Sunnyside fruit tracts near Salem.
Will sell 5, 10 or 20 acre lots at $50 to $60 per
acre small cash payment long time on balance Send
-PATRONIZE H0M i
TH FARMERS & MERCHANTS INSURANCE CI
HEAD, President. J O WRITSMAW. Nocrotarv
J L COWAN, Treacicer. Geo F SIMPSON, Vioe Preni Iwt,
- Hi II KOTO
I.Oowan, ), c Simpson, .V F Head, H I , :i tell li . M 1! it ., ar ,, . ' - m.
I K W.thirlor.i. K S Stnhti. I O 'ATriUinan .'
Several Solid Eastern and Foreign Companies
FINE TEAS, COFFEES. SPICES.
and a general
o it ocdribs
Bubacriptkmegent foi all the leading Newspaper, and Magazine. TVTp,
MesMp the P. O.,
the celebrated Mvers Force
-rs , t . t-
pump do not fail to call and
most attractive stock of
can do for you. We want
READ & CO.
the business i! professional men of Si leak
Typewrit Penmanship, Englkf1
A Plucky Pkbr A big five-point
buck, which had probably been run by
dog, came down the mountain and
crossed the river just above Niagra last
weeK it tiien went down to the saw
mm io nave a nine uin witn tne novs
ami no doubt succeeded. About the first
individual encounterd was V T (ieorire.
and he took a couple of shots at it with a
Winchester rifle a distance of perhaps
inirty yams, out the ueer only winked
tne other ye and reennitHl its pilgrim
age through the heart of the town. The
mill hands turned out en masse and en
deavored to sever the pretty creature's
connection with this mundane sphere
witn cuius, i no tieer, However, was equal
to the occasion, and after playing hide
and seek for a time took to the mountains
again. Santtam Lumberman
A Whopper. The following is the big
gest falsehood or Ihe season. It is told by
the Eugene Guar.!. The mar. referred to
lives in Kugene. We have as stingy men but
it runs in another direction:
Another slirgicst man has made his ap
pearance, lie lives in Albany. He had
lost Sio, which was bund by a travelling
man who kept It thtee months before he
found lis owner He properly returned it,
though he never reccivtd thanks tor his kind
ness The owner even wanted the hnder to
pay to per cent interest for the three months.
This he would not do and the owner Is now
talking of bringing suit for the interest.
Our G ame Laws should be more rig
idly enforced. An exchange says:
There are large numbers of deer being
slaughtered in the mountains back of Eu
gene. The open season for bucks ended
some time since, but it is still lawful to
shoot does, and there is no end to venison
corning to market. One dealer here
secured the hindquarters of over 50
on Saturday, the ton-quarters, U i fair
to suppose," being thrown away It it is
desired to prevent the examination of the
deer the does should have more protection
from the law, as the moment the close
seasons for bucks Is at an end, the entire
force of market hunters is turned loose On
the poor does, which arc slaughtered re
morselesly. There have been fewer
complaints of the depredations of skin
hunters at late, but truck load of deer
skins are seen here frequently, showing
that the v are still a vo'k" The truth 's
bucks are killed as well as does regard
less of law.
Ax Interesting Matter will come
before probably the next County Court
of this conntv. It is this. In August,
1875, Sheriff LC Rice arrived in Albany
from a tax collecting tour, with SI. 000.
It being late he deposited it in the vault
of the County Clerk's office, from which
it was stolen during the night. The
aaee created a stir and caused considera
ble comment It is fresh in the minds
of many of our citizen. Mr Rice paid
the money into the county ont of his
own pocket. The county will be asked
to refund the money to him, and a peti
tion ia being circulated for that purpose.
A Woawt K v a so e list . The Baptist
ehureh is always at the front in aggres
sive evangelistic work. The evangelistic
meetings beld during the last two rears
by Geo Robt Cairns and Rev VY A Lind
say win long be remembered. This vear
the pastor, Rev Geo W Hill, has secured
the help of Rev May C Jones, who is
highly recommended by all who know
her work. For three years she was pas
tor of the Baptist church at Spokane. an 1
is ssua to oe an eloquent Drear her and
successful evangelist. The meiinga will
begin on the first Sunday of the new
year, Mrs Jones will bo assisted in the
singing by her daughter.
Vacation Season. The public schools
closed this afternoon until after New
Years- A reception was tendered the
patrons of the school in the different
rooms, appropriate and interesting exer
cises being held in the several rooms of
the central school building. Our schools
are in a prosperous condition, and
teachers and scholars have undoubtedly
earned the customary hotidav vacation.
The Co leae also takes its vacation un
til after the 3 drops into the place of the
atter probably the most prosperous
term in its history.
Qvabtz From Blue River. Geo A
Dyson and W S Powell came down frm
the nines in the Blue river country the
first of the week with a lot of quartz and
about So pounds of it was shipped to San
Francisco for an assay. They are confi
dent they have a good paying ledge In
sight and the quartz sent off indicates a
good supply of gold. Work In the mines
has ceased for the winter and these gen
tlemen returned to their homes In Browns
ville Monday morning. It is probable the
Blue River camps ,ll be likely next sea
son afer the road is completed. Eugene
Didx't Wajtt It. In reading in Bcboul
er's History of the U. 8. recently the
Man About Town run across the state
ment that in 1849 on the organization of
.senary lay lor a administration Abra
ham Lincoln was offered the governahip
of the new territory of Oregon ; but re
fused it. He was after the office of TJ. 8.
Land Commissioner. Interesting facts
not generally known.
A Duel. A gentleman informs us tbit he
witnessed, a derperate fight between two rams
one day this week. After they had come to
gether a few times, tne strongest one knock
ed one of the horns off the other, making it
fly about ten feet la the air. and in the next
round the skull of theone-borned ram was
crushed in and be fell over lifeless. Leb
Sack Skweb. Lightning
a lormldable rival in the
nimble hands and fingers of A L Box
who sews sacks at the Pendleton Roller
Mills. Saturyay evening Mr Box beat
all his big records and performed quite
an astonishing leat. He sewed 600 fifty
pound sacks, or 150 barrels, within five
hours. This is at the rate of 120 sack 1
an hour or two sacks a minute. The
young man claims the championship of
the Northwest in the sack sewing line,
una is prepared to defend the title.
w aterloo uetttso urrtFiKD, At a
mass meeting of citizens of Waterloo,
held Tuesday evening, Dec. 20th, it was
decided to hare the town incorporated,
anu a petition to that enect will oe pre
sented to th next legislature. A com
mitteewas appointed to fix the bounda
ries. An election of officers was then
held resulting as follows: For Mayor,
A J Sanford ; Recorder.T L Rice ; Treas
urer, J G oross ; Marshal, F A Gleason
Councilmen, .1 M Rldenour, H Mitchell
- vv nuuer, l. Hitter.
Tintv Abe Good. The Middangh
Musical Coined v Comnanv treated the
Crookston people to a nice entertainment
last evening, the musical features were
tine, and there was some splendid acting
1 ne company is a good one. CrooKston
Minn., Tribune, Oct 25th. At the opera
nouse me -mi
Want Terminal Facilities. Tha
Ejgene Guard says: A petition is being
circulated 1n this city by a committee
from th- Board of Trade consisting of
. . - y, , , .... "
nri v-ocKcrnne, tioidcn anil Svar
verud It Is dln-ctrd 10 railroad official
and Is rot the purpoi.' of ciiiliig terminal
rate, for Eugene. Tt Is being largely
signed by oui buln-KS men and citizens
generally, for If successful, 'he benefit
would amount to inauv thousands of
dollars each year to this vicinity
Card of Thanks. On behalf of mysel
and family I wish to than all those
who tendered us jso many favors, and a
well a universal sympathy, during the III
ness, and after the death of Mrs Hoffman.
Tne many acts of kindness will not be
forgotten.' J N Hoffman.
Out of Prasticb. Mr L Bllyeu was
obliged to go out and split a few kindlings
a couple days ago. He held a stick In one
hand and the ax In the other and struck a
( heavy blow. The stick was split but he
also cut away one aide of the thumb and
is now carrying his hand in a sling
Astoria rail roads have always been of
Interest particularly to Albany people.
Here la a live Item fro.rt the Budget en
the subject. Railroad rumblings and
shadow-chasing l the order of the day.
There are reports and reports, rumors
and rumors, and there a e railroads and
railroads and quantity of railroads com
ing. The same ones that havt been
ci mlng since Saddle Moun'ain was a hole
in the ground and Flavel City was a small
village. The Budget Is In favor of a rail
road at the earliest possible momenl,but it
does not propose to give out reports
hatched up by a few unreliable raal estate
operaters for the purpose of booming
town lots and a lot of worthless acreage.
Several merchants In this city aie now
suffering from the last "railroad" scheme,
several poor families are now fn poverty
through the actions of irresponsible rail
road builders, and a great many laboring
men are still waiting for the money thev
earned on the las' ra'lroad job The peo
ple are tired of these schemes and
schemers, and will no longer listen to
them. The newspapers have been tools
for those speculators in reporting the
foolish and unreasonable reports that have
been trumped up by these fellows, but the
Budget proposes to cut loose from tne Ir
responsibly gang and stand between them
and the people.
Salem has telephone communication
direct with Seattle and the denizens of the
capital can hear the sound every dav .
Statesman. Not todav, some other day.
faiker Bros, grocers.
P. M. French ken pa railroad time
Buy your grooerisi of Parker Bros
Fiae groceries at Conn & liendncaqjs'a.
Latest sheet music at Will St Link'.
Htm oream cbem just received at Conrad
P J Smile v job jr nter, Flino Block, does
Srst class work.
Smoke the celebrated Havana tilled 5 eeot
cigar at Julius Joseph's.
Dr M H E'.ltt, nhysiciso as J surgeon
Albany. ).-: 1 1 CIU nil.li cits'or
With h naj tskr U.iril Visit
sb'dti ojjr ! i i I uw citaisr -1 t
thing tirsiclscs io baked gondi.
t "leaks and itckets at cost and leat a". W
PsaatasEST Braxcu LarxDatr. A
branch office of the Sale.w Steam laun
dry has been established in Albany. All
work will be collected and toe lannaried
articles delivered at Salem prices. No
other expense. All work guaranteed.
Orders may be left with Osborn Davy,
permanent agent and solicitor for Albany
A Big Opportunity. R G Watson &
Co, have a jar Ailed with beans and will
give to the p- rson guessing- nearest o the
number it c .itatas. an elegant goto wa.cn
and chair . The watch has an Elgin
movement with a I carat Hunting case
warranted to wear zo reals. IU vaioe
!th chain is $35. One guess with each
50 cents worth ef merchandise.
Moving Outfit. The undersigned it
prepared to do all kinds of house raising
and house moving promptly and io first-
class order. Call or leave orders at m
residence at cot of Third and Oak s'reets,
Albanv. I B Tillotson.
Reosxnep W R Graham has reooened
bis laiioi shoo, tod has on hand a f.oe tint
of suitings, ready to be made up for those
Uhing tint -class work doae. Thanking the
public for a liberal patronage in the past.
-,e solicits a continuance ot tncif pationic; sno
rsmlses good work and prompt a'tcnlton to
e needs of hit patron.
Look Here Take vour bolter, eggs,
chickens, and other farm produce to Car
ters grocery opposite the Ruts House . in
Albanv. an.! ret tne highest market
prices in trade or cash.
Wert's Coo eh Svruo. nleaeaot to take aod
always gi vat assist action . V ont be pot off
with any other bat insist a poo bav 1 n
West's Cough Svrnn, genuine wrapped 00 I
in blue . 4 "t bottles only 25 c: 8 01 hottl g
only 50c. Cheapest; best. S;.d 0 J y
Batten ck patterns at Read's.
Before bavin voar winter stock of boots
and shoes aod rubber oods go to K lain Bros
Alhanv. and nt their orices. Thev still
and can save vou money 00 every r " It
is a pleasure to them to show goods
W F Read has a large stock of boots aod
shoes to select from, tod the best vain 10
A large stock of pruning shears nd prno-
og hooks (ibe bet made, jatt
Stewart At Soa't. Now is the
Fo yoor school thoea go to Klein Bros as
they repair them free of charge 11 tney rip
ran over or tne tojea come lootw.
The best roast noRee ia the city at U u
Remember that F L Dimout does guar
ant e ht. aod tews possible coming nps m
clothing boo grit of hit store. Overcoats sold
at coal until Christmas.
Call and see new fall drest goods
If von oootamDlatV ncttiog io a w iter
olsnt get orites of wind mills, pumps, pipe
taaka. etc.. from 7 W Crawford. He Trill
astooiah yoo .
Karl's Clover Root, the new blocd pari
tier, Civei freshness aod clearness to the
complexion and ;uret constipation. -Vic, 6O0
and 91. Sold by r osnay Mason
Shiloh's Vitaliter it what yoo need for
dyspepsia, torpid liver, yellow akin or kid
nev trouble. I' i i"iarn-een to give yoo
satisfaction. Price 75' S d by Foshay &
3argaiot at Read's.
want good groceries
than anything else. It means a good
dea for the harmony of the household
Matters go alon more smoothly. Deal
with Conn A Hendricson and you will get
the best groceries at the lowest prices
Their produce Is alwayt fresh, and they
keep the latett in every thing . You are
not In It if you do not buy your eating
gods of Conn & Hendricson.
Skating RiNK.-J-Having purchased of
Mr Beam his skating rink st the Armory,
I will continue to run it In a satisfactory
manner to the pupllc. Open every Thurs
day and Saturday nights for everybody.
General matinee Saturday afternoon;
maliree for ladles only Thursday after
noon. Frank Wheeler.
Citk sued shots or winter wear. Klein
Bios have them all styles and prices from
$3 to $f 1. Try n pair and have dry leet for
Ladies Fike Shoe. I have a full lin
of lane m tine dress shoes, all solidl and th
latest novel tic- in style, and revsnnabl
prices. Samuel E. Yorsn
Shiloh's Cure, the great cough and oronp
care, is for sale by us. Pooket size contains
twenty-live doses.only 2So. Children love it.
Foshay A Mason.
Davis singing school a the Baptist chur
Friday evenings . All tubaoribert will ha
to pay whether attending or not. Ouly $ 1 .
for 12 lessons.
oal and rcMMaj,
Sheriff Jackson went to Halsey today.
Editor Lyon of the Stayton Times was
in the city today.
Mr Hopkins Informs us that ihcre will
be eleven couples from Salem t.i attend
the party at the opera house tonighl.
Geo V Wright, the lawyer, went to
Salem today on business in the Circuit
court, a special session of which Is being
Ist evening a plei, ut party was held
at the residence of M John Jones by the
Epwor.h League of the ME Churcn.
Twelve young men and three young ladies
were preient, which L a good" exprcsion
of tne storm prevailing.
Tonight at the Opera House occurs the
Grand Social Party preceded by a concert
by Parson's Ocheslra of Portland. Don't
mis it. Tickets per couple $1 .50 cs, gal
ler7 cents each. This promises to b
the best social party ever given io Albanv
Tne grand march to be played tonight a
the opera house, la entitled "Friends
Offering," and was composed by Frsnz
Mayer, of Milwaukee, and dedicated tJ h Is
voung fiiimri. Marguerite Hopkins, no at
this city, tt ft said to be a beautiful piece
Miss Alice Moses, of the College, is in
San Francisco, spending the holidays
Mrs Wn Tool, whose husband re
cently purchased the Maple farm ..arrived
in Albany on this morning's overhutd to
join her husband.
Notwithstanding the wintry weather
twenty-five or thirty couple attended
Mr Hopkins ball at the opera house last
evening Parsons nrcbestra.of Portland,
furnished the music. A pleasant time
Jaa F Powell came op from Portland
this morning to spend the holidays. He
left there at 7 o'clock last night, and ar
rived at 6 o'clock this morning. It took
three engines to bring the train oat of
Portland, where the snow was twenty
inches on level I All I be war up the trip
was a slow, jerk v affair.and very tedious.
In Portland everything was paralyzed.
No streetcars running, the electric and
teteohone vitm Hnvn n,l hninu 011.
eratly was at a standstill.
Alfcock a forona Platter, are the oclv reli
able plasters ever produced, fragran'.claao,
inexpensive, and otter faiUag; they fully
meet all the requirements of a btoatlia.d
remedy, sod tbould sJsravs bt kept no band.
tnr th rehrf and core of weak back, weak
muscle, laoaeoais, sufl or enlarged joints.
pains m U chsat. small of the baest and
aioaod toe bips. strains, atitchea. aad alt
local patBs, Alicock't Parous Piatt nt art
ntarart ot imitations, sod do ait bade.
coved by murreprwseautioa. Ask lor All-
OOO a. aod ,t co ro.iotaUon or eip'a.tia
bob J on ia accept a aobsKtalr.
The- PartSand lee two Agency. has ra-
oceaifverm: ana to collect sreatsU Kr
L Blackmsa. Paraea owice him ah. -a id
settle their axoactt and tart oottt.
Spired pigs feet.
Sweet pickles to bnlk.
Sour pickles In bulk.
Lemon peel, extracts, etc..
For the Holidays, can be found at
FE. AI.1.KN a CO
To a wedding it hailed with delight, to an
esortatioa to atys mooay ia httaad to with
s-.tenUoo.aod if heeded ahooldfraidc yoo to
ne store tier, Browoeil.
Eitgaat toilet oases at Pusfaay Mason s.
Spaatal djataaat tc 3 S teachers bav on ia
quantity at Foabay k Matoo's.
Mtty-ooe different kinds of Bibles to se
lect from at Foabay a Mason's.
PosrrewED. -The county teachers loatitnte
appointed 10 be held next week has been
postponed uetil farther notice, by Sapt Rus
sell on a-coaat of inclement weather.
ins stiearap io 11 a
ip t hi
that betw ea Albany
lea Christmas - This week rwtil cite
a box of choke mixed candy free to each
person baying a pound of my 50 cent tea.
C. E. Bkownrll
Boots asd Shoes I carry the larees
line of medium priced and good wearing
ucys, misses and children shoes hi the city.
snd have just added a line of steel shod
school shoe which I rerommeod to the
trade. Dont forget that I repair any ahoe
sen tree 01 cnaige.
S E Yocse.
A Haxbsomr Prize. A beautiful sil
ver e-ater pltchei, now on exhibition at
L Kenton's grocery store, will be given
away on Washington's birthday. A ticket
is given lor every 50 cent cash purchase
Fanners try a pair of French Kip boots.
made by Klein himself, for $6 the same
hoot to measure would cost you $7.50 . Try
a pair and have dry feet .
cxt .Stbtath at the United I resbTttrun
Church Rev. D. C. McFarltnd will preach
in the morning and Rev. Marling in the eve
ning, Saobath school at a:to: unioi C E
at 3.30; Y P SC Eat 6:to.
At Actual Cost. On sccount of the
severe weather, as well as scarcity of
money, we win sell our nne stock ol holt
uay goons at actual cost. This Is an op
portunity rarely secured, as our slock is
first-class. The goods must go. Come
and get them at cost.
BLACKMAX ft HeDGES
COUPONS taken at W F Head's.
Ten per cent discount on hanging 'amps
during next ia nays lor caan U K Utownrll
KLEIN also takes COUPONS.
Klein's for slippers.
rill) viLOVES irom 9' a pair op. 1 sarry a
alt line of leading brands in black and col
ored. Will receive novelties for tha holidays
Agent for.the celebrated Centemeri glovt
SAattrEL K. Ym mi.
Consumptives, do not despair. There
hope. Try West's Cough Syrup. It will
always cure iu early stapes. Procure
50o large 8 nx. bottle. J A Cumming, Drug'
B arslr 1 in nn mi t 1
Gold headed canes at Freroh'a.
A nice pair of slinuer. for holiday at
Souvenir spoons at Will A Stark'a
Lsdies if you want your Xmss present p-
preoiaieu ouy suppers at rvieina.
0y far Ihe largest assortment of holiday
suppers ior gentlemen at tvii iu Hros A
most at your own prices
hleiu broa sell no shoddy stuff, bu; sell
boots aod shoes made of lyather.
VIAVI Co oSud in Baltimore blook.
Will & Stark, ft jeweler.
Get Klein iiros prices on lubber goods be
fore buying. They csn save you money.
Getyoui juvenile books of Koahav A Ma
son. Buy Warner Bros corset of W F Head
n oar city will be treatsd same
old friends and onitmtrs
We are going to put tl e prioss down
cash and ssll for oath only. Allen Bros.
AN EXTHA SrXMON
B litors Democrat:
The following resolutions were pasae-l by
the Holly Alliance, and there is an organ
la movement among the alliance people
to push this work through all the alliances
of this part af the count. A petition is
alo in course of preparation by which the
outside citizen may get an opportunity to
express his will.
Every organization by resolution, and
every citizen by petition and personal letter
to their congressman should express their
will on this subject.
The democrats who believe that freer
trade will help the people, should help to
hurry up the benefits, while those opposed
to democracy should help tc force it to
stand bv its pledges that the country may
see the practical effect of democratic
policy, and be able to endorse or condemn
according to the fruit it heart.
The a'liance is not an annex to any party
bu I know from personal experience that a
large majority of its members are in
sympathy with the Albany IHcjsotrat's
demand for an extra session. Yours Sin-
wly Wtt E Norton .
ItfcSOLt TIC UK HOI.I.V AI.IJAV. K KO Sit
SKC l'lth 1W2
Whereas, The democratic party in con
yststioa assembled, has pledged itself to
reduction of the tariff in toe interest of
laborers and agriculturists, and
Whereas, For the first time in thirty
years tiid party has been placed in ful
posasawion of tve executive, and both
houses of congress, and
Whereat, If the democratic party trait
till Dec i33 before it acts upon the tariff
question it will pustpine any of the prom
ised benefits for nearly two years, be it
Resolved, that we the Holly Alliance No
319 request our representatives at Wash
ington, and all good citiaeos of the U S, to
exert their utmost influence to bear upon
tne democratic party to cause it to prove
iu interest in the laboring population of
the country by calling an extra session of
congress immediately after the inaugura
tion of President Cleveland, and
Resolved, thai a copy of these resolutions
be sent to each of our representatives, and
to the papers of the county.
Pres. J B McDowell.
Sec G W Pugfa.
A R TO THl.t T
The trouble aboot relying upon the
uru to prevent the attempted steal of
tenatorthips in the northwest is illustrated
a the Montana case.
The republican courts are at partisan
aad apparent! as unscroDuloos as the
r-Ti oilcan candidate or eanrasaing boards.
The supreme court of Montana has de
cided against the democrat in tie Box.
Elder precinct. To do this it was obliged
t decide exactly contrary .0 its ruling- in
1390. in the famous Silver Bow case, upon
hkb the first republican theft of two
senators in that state were bated.
But a little thing lite revsrsing their own
derision in order togive their party control
of the legislature does not disturb the
Montana republican judges any more than
reversing his instructions to a grand jury
in order to save Block-of-Five Dudley
from the penitentiary troubled Judge
If the steal shall succeed in Montana or
any other state by means of prostitution
of the courts to partisan uses thers will be
but one remedy left. That was pointed
out by the WerAt on Saturday in the sug
gestion that "the senate is the sole jadge
of the election, returns and qualiScations
of its member." and that if the result of
any election shall be reversed by fraud cr
trickery "it will be the doty, and no doubt
toe pleasure, of the senate to deny admis
sion to the pretenders."
The senate must not be stolen.
SOUK IXetS FOB BOttAX.
Sprinkle places infested by sets with bo
rax and job will soon be rid of them.
Blankets aad fun put away well tpriakled
ith borax and c'one up air- tight will never
be troubled wtth moths .
A little borax pot hi the water before
washiag red or red-bordered tablecloths and
napkins will prevent their fadtog.
Ringworms will yield to borax treatment.
Apply a strcng solution of borax three timet
a day; also dust on the fir.e dry powder very
Silver spoons and forks in daily use may
be kept btight by leaving them in strong bo
rax water several hours. The water should
be boiling when they ai e put ia .
Put a teaspoonful of borax ia your rinsing
water; it wiil whiten the cloths and also re
move the yellow cast on garment that have
been laid aside for two or three yeara.
One of the best things to cleanse the
scalp thoroughly Is to dissolve one-hslf tea
spoonful of borax in a quart of water and ap
ply it, rubbing it in well.
For washing tine nice flannels nothing will
cause them to look as nice as borax In the
water, a tea spoonful of borax to a pall of
water being the right proportion. Alwayt
wash baby's little flannel skirts, shirts, etc.,
in this way.
Borax water Is excellent for sponging either
silk or wooUgoods thai are not soiled enough
to need washing. In washing cashmere or
wool goods put a little botax in the water.
This will cleanse them much more easily
and better, without injury to the colors. Do
not rub them on a board, but use the hands
and throw them oa a line without ringing.
Press them on the wrong side snd they wilt
tacat inmost like new.
Bv $9 att census the total wealth ot the
United States is 96z6lo,csoo,ooo and the to
al capital invested in manufacturing $3,900,
735,084, or but 5 per cent, of the whole
After thirty years of legislating for the 5, it is
time to give the 95 a chance.
The South Csrolina Railroad, the oldes?
railroad In the United States, is to be sold
on April II, 1893, by order of the court.
Out of a tola! uiilway mileage for the
woil.! of 370,3Sl miles, the United States
hss nearly 163,597 miles, or 44.18 per cwt.
Flour, 6 00.
1 ,hi.i, ;2',.v
Pork - hams. 15o; abouldera,; ad
Hay. baled, l&.
Bo atoea, 25o.
Dried fruit plums, 9c, apples, 9c
Chickens, $4 60 per dostn.
Beef, on foot. So.
Uoks, dressed, 7o.
TIME OK THK KXTHA aPXSlOX
Ihe date selected for an extra session of
the new Congress is of less importance thtn
the fact itself.
The msin thing Is P avoid the haste and
confusion in revising tne- tariff anu the de
lay in completing the work which would in
evitably result fiom postponing its consider
ation o Ihe regular session.
It would give to the country a satisfactory
impression of Ibe honesty, co-trae sol confi
dence of the Democratic patty if a session
thot Id be cslled Immediately or very soon
sfier the 4th of March. Th; Democratic
leaders should no deceive themselves. No
party that it afraid to trust itself can retain
th trust of ihe ,-eople. The voters of the
count, y hsve twice demanded a reduction
and reform of the 'arid. And they are very
much in earne't in 'xprctfng it. lopo.t;, nr
the Ini'iation i f the reform for snotber year,
and its completl n lor mailt two years,
would jua'ly :lsappoiot the people la a vet)
There ste aaiae c'-vf.is . , in
a March sesdon. Hie a: ten 'Ion of ihe aewT"
... .t . . . . .1
rrcsioent arm nen oe veiy maci ansort,eJ
la bringing ihe Gvrrr,mn' in o harm ny
with his principles snd policy. T.'e new
beadsof depsnmxnis wH be busy in famil
iar jzing themselve, with their duties. Tve
members of Co gresa, would very likely be
bedeged by y& e-seeking coast iuen;s Bu
should the emcgeocy t rut e sjfficim.ly grave
to call tor an eaira tetio then, a!:aes ions
of personal coaveaience abcul.l give ay to
An extra too la Sf . tembe', continue?
to the time of 'he regular meeting ia De
cecber. could, however, either complete and
pavs a a-. ..: measure of tariff i vision.
or so nearly fiaish it that it could be passed
before the holiday recess. Toe Democratic
leaders should p in for r.orhiog leas than
this. The country alii be satisfied witi a- th
lag less Wot la .
HO L B COX
The following very corapunsdotary notice
appears ia the c it patches from Washington,
City pabHaatd la the Oregon on W tones,
day the list iatt:
In the supeemc court today a young last-c
yer from Oregon, 1. B Cox, acquitted himself
with great honor io tie argument ot the case
of M B Helmet against I. Goldsmith Me
talked for two boars, aad the argunvnt which
he made was moat favorably commented up
on by the jadge ol the court aad alto by many
of lite old lawyers who heard him.
Mr Cox is coe of the rising youag lawyers
of the state aad will before many years at
tain a staadiat; al the bar of this state which
wlti be a source of pride to bis many friends.
Mr Cox is a staunch democrat aad was chair
man of the last democratic state oacventtoo.
1 x jssssasr3ss
Since the election much has brew said about
the detwands lor patronage which Tatatnaay
Haii will make upon Presidest. "Tammany
Hall" said Richard C rower thi other day.
"will ask Mr Cleveland tor worthing what
ever in the way of patronage or peace. The
orgaalxalkm supported him loyally. It will
aot embarrass bim in the matter of apputat-
nts Any be make will be satisfactory
to the organization, r.o matter who the tacky
ones are. W e have no reqaesu to make "
Mr C raker was asked if he had aay sugges
tions to make aboat cabinet appointments.
Most certainly not,' he said. "Mr C leve
lled will select bis cabinet a he thinks best.
It is absssd to entertain the idea of aay dem
ocrat embarrassing Mr Cleveland la htw ad-
minist ration. Such course certainly would
rain any one who attempted it.".
The New York Evening Post print the
total vote for president, having secured
the figures from all the state, the result
Is at follows:
Weaver 1,01 .060
Cleveland's plurality iJt-379
Ia Louiaana the republicans and people's
party nominated a fusion ticket, on which
were five Harrison electors and three
caver electors. The vote for plurality
purposes Is credited to Harrison -
A bell that could be heard at a distance
qf 45,000 feet In water could be be heard at
a distance o! only k$i feet in the open air.
Dogs barking on the earth can be heard by
ballooaists sailing at a height of four
The largest home ia the New York show
waaal vdesdale stallion from Toronto, whose
weight is 3XOO pounds. The smallest ani
mal was a Shetland pony which weighs only
What is said to b: the oldest aod lugett
chestnut tree ia the world stands at the foot
of Mount Etna. It Is more than 213 feet in
circumference, and is known to be at least
3000 years old.
The number of patents issued from the
United States Patent Office in 1790 was 3;
in 1890 it was 36,393.
The Pullman Company built last year So
sleeping and dining cars, the average cost
per car being $16,661
The United States exported to England in
1891 manufactures of iron and steel to the
value of Sa, 100,000.
New York has ihe greatest number of news
papers, namely, 1958, Nevada, the leas',
In the manufacture of broadcloth there are
t separate processes through which each
pelce must go.
A drained sere of land, according to V-b
Roberts, is eqisl to removing too miles
Moat eompleta stock of groceries in
sit; oan be louudai V K Brownsira.
You oan get big bargains in gold watuhas
at French's jswsiry store .
Don't fail to buv dry goods, holiday
goods, etc, etc. nf W F R-sd .
Tk ln-at awdry at Will .V Stark's.
Genuine Tereaaee Sorgbuiu on draught at
C K Brownell'r.
A full 'iue ol fieeoe slipper solas at Klein
Klein Broa iron clad school shoos nox em
Ladies yon oan buy overgaitera from75o
to $1.51) at Klein Bros. 1 II tne go.
The finest stock f perfumery in thajvalley
for the holidays at Foabay & Mason's.
Several six octave orgaas for sale at cost
Callonl'rof W W Davis.
Klein Bros are bound to be the leadsrs in
oots and shoes for low prices and best
lity and largest stouk to select ftuni.
cannot be equaled in Albany.
When out of order. Involves every organ of
Hie body. lPmedles for some other derange
ment are Irciuently taken without the least
effect, because it is the !ver which Is the real
source of the trouble, and until that It set
right there can be no health, strength. 01
-omlor: in any part of the system. Mercury,
Io some form. Is a common specific fru slug
gish If ver ; but a far safer and more effective
For loss of appetite, bilious troubles, const P
patton, UMtlgestJon, and sick headache, these
Pills are anscirpassed.
-For a lone time I van a sufferer from
stnstask. liver, aod kidney troubles, expe
riencing much difficulty in digestion, wtth
severe pains In the lumbar region and oilier
parts of the body. Having tried a variety of
remedies, including warm baths, with ouly
temporary relief, about three months ago I
began the use of Ayer's Pills, and my health
Is so much Improved that I gladly testify to
the superior merits of this medicine."
Hanoel Jorge Perefra, Porto, Portugal
"For the cure of headache. Ayer's Caihar
PUIS are the moat eSective medicine I
ever ued.--K. K. James. Dorchester. 5liu
"7 astwsawwnsacsMtsartie. 1 last
ayeft Plto. sad find meat ttbeatw egee-
tfve than any other pill 1 ever took.'' Mrs.
. c. Gnu. Bur well rule. Va.
-1 nave found la Ayer's Pills, an Invalua
ble remedy for ctsasttpataan, btttaattaw. and
auoorea aasoreexs, peculiar to
SSSBatS Taker, at
aiwej, these Pills
or lie liver, restoring its nataraJ powers, and
at m u in throwing off malarial notsocs."
- C r. Alston, Quitman. Texas.
"Whenever I am troubled with eossattas,,
Hon, or suffer from Ices of appetite. Ayer's
PUls set me right again." A- J. Kiser, Jr.
Koek House. Va.
" In ISSS. by the advice of a friend, I began
the ase of Ayer's Puis as a remedy for bd
tousness. evaatwlaartori. high fevers, and
eotds. They served ate better than urythhag
I had Mcitosatlj tried, sad I bav- I them
la attacks of that sort ever ahaee. - a. W.
Berth, Jiirttiiian, Ark.'
D8. J. C. A YER & CO., Lstd, Mass.
awaa a- .u n e. Tf n,-
FonrS- BIoct- If- Tomsend's - Addition.
Good location. On the line
prices and terms see Oregon
Julius GradwoW's Bazaar
The very latest news is that you can buy at JULIUS
B A.DWOHL S BAZAAR, fbr net cash, goods as toUowte
Arbnckle's Coflbe, Per Pound
lbs. Granulated Sugar $1.00
lbs Magnolia Sugar White 1.00
No. 1 Kerosene, per single gallon 25
Cans refilled, 5 gallons 1.0O
6 Gallons Good Pickles, market firm 1.10
20 lbs. No. Savon Soap . 90
1 Gallon No. 1 Syrup 40
I wit conduct a scries cash store, and all srooda will be sold for net cash front 1
ae p' -ent tests tnan reernlar price. 51 y stock of Cbinasrmre, fancy goods, anas
all ! desirable sylea of diahea, aa well as a tteoeral aaswrtni'at nffrrxtnss. croek
, v. lamps snd ftzuree is eomptete. I make specitltv ol fioe te, cvSses aoa
MBing powder, and always piwase my customers.
Agent for several responsible insurance ootnpsuiagi. J alt sis cUradwohl.
-.r ia is so well salapted to eatssSBSS that
o&iiuecJ H aw superior to acj- pisaniptataa
lovtjoia." n. A. Aacwva. JI. R,
Ul So. Oii.v2 St., Bnxaiya, X. T.
e of ' Os .iris. ' is so uniieraaJ ana
ntSSB wet I ki ww 11 that it stems a work
- ..n.Tpreaa-uion to endorse It. Few are the
ent .wmi'.ks who Oo nut keep Castona
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CaKLOe atarrnt, T. D .
Xew York Owy.
Pastor Rjoiair" lalo Kefottned Church.
ALBANY CIGAR FACTORY
J. JOSUPH. Proprietor,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Only White Labor Employed.
TH F. LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS,
ALBERT BROW NELL ( Success to Hyman Browndl, P-opridor.)
OFFICE AND PACKING GROUNDS ONE HALF MILE WEST OF THE
city. We would call the attention of our friends to the fact that we are
belter prepared than ever before to furnish everything In the shape of Fruit, Shade
and Ornamen;al trees, Small Fruit vines, etc., at either wholesale or retail. Oar
Steele Is first-elass, guaranteed true to name and free ' m inspect pests, and 00 r
prices low. C. E. Brownell Is our city sgent sndf' -.ers. left with him at Ms
store will receive prompt and cartful attention. Vn and see me or write for free
45 sold in '88
2,288 sold in '09
6,268 sold in'9Q
20,049 sold in '91
, A St oct Windmill are State
loitnf every Z minutest
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I ator or trm evcr-srowtnsx,
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mcnorwo. isaatiix jwaraiaw
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rr.aners ccr.iLcnsa f
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saw aw aswta aaawnrr a, vy Satwts taw . ud a a
atliaaw iwWt Satawy.afit c . gl. fc
sSataaaBswwaaswaaawaBws aw awww . fm"s
salon of tne Aerwaotor and
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. WCEA FORD. Agent.
MUSIC HATH CHASMS.
You can truly say, there is no place like
home, happy home, if you possess one u I
those elegant and sweet toced piano, at
Mrs Hymens, Etc First street. These
lor.g evenings Ujatt the time to enjoy
avtit-s iwi-at i- ' " 1-'.
of tLe New Motor line. For
Land Co., or S N Steele fc
Cwrtorta crrree CcMic. CVjurtrpsttesa.
gcu Siooaach, Ts3ai iniea. Erudauwo.
iiius Worms, sivos saM aad isaatMa &
W.EUOUS SsfSsSSM IBttstaSsVaV
For several reus I have rirnmmattcSBal
your " Castorta, ' aad shwl) ajvs ooariatat Sr
do an as it has invariably produced beoeficia
Entmr P. Ptnnsa. BL IX,
"The Wiaihrop." l Jh Street aod TOi Aee,
New York ClQ
Cabinet photos fro n $1.53 to $4.
doxen. Enlaigtn pictures
16x30 crayons frame
.00. we carry a large it
of 5x8 and sterescopic views of tr
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