OBI ysIyc-s Blackwell's Bull Durham Kasbeen the recognized standard cf Smoking Tobacco for over z; years. ' UniiVirrnly fjood and uniformly first. Biitftt. swiet aa 1 fi'ar.-tnt-wc invite the most fiSthJwia W test its pcalur excellence liiackwell' .. to- C-., w BATBKRFOBO A Attorney, at Uw. Will preotice UU. Special attention (tlven w tur. In prob end to cotectiou. OmCB-n th rilnn block. w R BIILYEU Attom.v t Law vnd Solicitor in Chancery. Co J Uon made on all point. Loam negotiated on rabfe tonus. Albany, Oregon G EO. IV. WRIGHT, Attorney at law, and Notary Public. Will practice In all the -ourta ot thit ttata Special attention riven to rlec'mnt and matter in prebate 0ee:-UpUlr Maaon-Twedale Block Albaav. Of I 1 It -. h( UN A WATSON. all ieral nutlirl will not Ive promp (Bee ir. Odd Fellow' Tempi, Albany, O attenti n M OSilAXVE 4 H.UKLEH&N, Attorneys at Law, Albany, Oregon. J WHITNEY, Attorney at taw, Albany, Or. J AMES J Attorner-at-Lw. promptlv: CHARLTON, All land) basin' at tended to FLDfS-S Block, Albany, Or LEANT COLLECTING A'GN'l DALRYMPLE & NEWPORT, Managers, CjnJJection a spsdaltr regardless t sis. Cerree. i In all the valley tovu: OFFICII orer L E Biain Co (tor, Foster' Block: D R. J. L. HILL. Pkjilitiii and Snrgcon. OFFICK Corner Ferry street. Albany, Oregon. D RS. MASTOV DAVIS, Pnystaana an Soron. OFFICB Cwmer econd and Brocdalbin '.roots. Albany, Or, Call promptly kMI ettr and eeantry; tp V. CHAMBERLAIN. H. D Hemeopathtot. tySpecUUt In diiease of the Bye. Twenty years' experience OiBce hour'' Uh I toSpm. 11 nd 6tc Serening. Albany, Oraran. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF ALB ANT, nslaoX, resident VV President LFLtHN S. K.TOCSQ W. LANGDON rRAJISACTS A 0 EJJEBAL banking 1 AOCOCIiTS KEPT so Meet to check. SIGHT EXCHANGE and tel Taphle transfer, sold new t orx. Ban r ranewco, cnicag-o and r a SOOLECTTONt HADE on (atorahlo E. Tom B, W. Lasso L. Fuss Ecsiu I . Sox. LINN CO NATIONAL BANI OF ALBANY. OS 3OIf. CAPITAL STOCK 1190,900. ident.. .,. J L COWAN, e-Presidioit ...J M RALSTON. rtCishler. O A ABCHIBOLD. I msoToax, -J L Cewan, J M Ralston, W 8 laed, W H Oottra, J A Craword and O A Arch bold. TRANSACTS a seneral banking business . DRAW 81GH1 DRAFTS on New York. . 1 1 -tUT I Oregon. LOAN MONET on appic-ed ecarHj RET EI Vg deposits abct check. W CV4ICKwECO.,B4NKEBNs OF ALBANY, ORMOK, TRANSACT a rencral Banking boat nets. 'J RAW SIGHT DRAFTS on New York, San Ft -co end Portland, Oregsn. LAN MONET oo approved security RECE VE denosits subject te check. COLLECTIONS made on favorable .term. INTEREST paid on time deoostta. n e.m op s io. SCIO, OREGON. dent.... 8 Muj ..O S Ma ft NK OP OREUON. A LB AN V, OBBGOM. lanital. President Vice-President., senior HP MERRILL K J LANN1NG ItT W BLAIN Transact a genera banking business: Exchange bought and sold on all the priucips cities in the United Stat I also on England, Ireland France and Germany. Collection made at all accessible points on favor, ble term. 'nterest allewed j time deposit. HEALTH IS WE A UK D E C Wiurr'i Nkxvi ahd Brain Trratmikt, inittntetyl specific f ,r H-'--n, Dtnltiw, Con vulsion Kit N Tvm Njuritrift,Hevteveb,VeiToiu Pr-.t rati'.n oaued by th uie of aicobof or tobacco, Wakefulness. Moritol I-priion, BnCteninff of the Brain remit. Wi ln-viUy 94rt (W mlterv, decay tvn 'leath, Premiture 011 Ave Birren fee. Lnes of fwmt in eithereex, Iuvluirv Ceeee and Bwrmtort hnv "i-il bjr 'iTer-ewtim of the brmlr, eelf-tvbuiic or orer-lndu'9'10''- Eh box aonts.ri. ejVM inonth'i tretvitnoiit. . $100 a box. oreix hoxee for9f.eentbv ruail pripul'l on receipt of price. To cure any ew. With ev!. order received k foreix fixtt, aompanleJ with $' 00. wawltl the purcher our written i"i lphm" refon nvmey if the tretvtrnent does not affect a cure, an tee i iued only hy J ejm-ilnii:, praffial Mole Agrn Alhany Or ZndslWStoie. i Hl'K.'k .if '2nl If gnnrln lty, unit llin oioki renonble mv on liund nil kimLnf iu the prioea tiRKITURE. STOVEii, TINWARE, UUKKS, BOOKE. PICTURES, CLOCKS, CROCKERY. ETC, fcTC. Jn M.i.ir AHMt ofH K Yourif'n old store, L. COTLEIB. ACADEMY - OK- lady of Perpetual Help ' y Tie lan ft Ci !- WORLD'S .FA Hi Sept. 15, .803 Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., Durham, N. C Gentlemen : We have Smoked up ail the Tobacco at the World's Fair, and have unanimously awarded the Gold Medal for Smofting Tobacco to BLACKWELL'S Bull Durham Congratulating you on yoursiccess. we remain Yours truly, CO'iMITTEE. Diiilism, N. C. CITATION. I a tie County Gwt of lie Slate of Oregon, or tit county ot Ann . Ia the matter of tUt ostata of Peter We It, deposed. To A J Welt, John Voli.Ctth halm, and to sUl other unknown interested in Peter Welt, deceased: O IN THE NARK OF THE Si' ATE OF Oregon, you am hereby cited and re. ouirsxl to appear Id the County Court f the state of Oregon, for the comity of Linn, at the cmtt room thereof, at Albany, In the county of Lirn, on Mon daw, the 6th day of February. 1893, at 1 o'clock In the afternoon ol that day, then and there to show cause If anw you he ve why an order of this court should not iaaue empowering and licensing the administrator of mid eetate to sell the real property belonging to said estat described as follows towit: Beginning 58 chain and Si lln- north of the - 'tnh east corner of G W Klnm's donation an.1 olaim No 39.not ficttion No 2"22.;o -hip 12 south range one west of the Wl ttn ette meridian; tbencs west 11 cb ins thence north 30 chains and 18 lnka, thence est-t 1 1 chains, thenee soul 3d chains and 18 links to the pises r be ginning containing 37 60 acres foi tie purpose ot paymh the claims preset-,' eti against said estate and the expeD v. ol thn adminlat.siUon therebf. Dune by order ot the Hon J X Dnncaa. Jndge ol the County Court of the State af Oregon, for the county of Linn, with the seal of sa'd court affile J, this 16th Ua ef December. K D. ISH. ATTMST: Is P PAYNE. Clerk. YAQCINA BAY ROUTE o Oregon Pacific Railed, T . net.., HVeeclver. -o- OrBgan Development- Co's Steannrs, Abort Line to California. Firat-elaaa through passenger and rslrbt lins fram Portland and n'l poll n the Willamette Valley to and from San 'ri Cisco, Cat. Boat make close connection at Alban with trains of the Oregon Paolo. Railroad TIME SCHEDULE, except Santa.) Less Albany ltSO r. Lees Corraltis 1:03 1, ArrUe Tannine, 1:15 r at, : lsts Taqmnik, T.-vO a. Leas Corral Us, !:, a. Arrtre Altsany, 11:13 a. O. otO. trains connect as Albarv t-n Corral lis. The above trains connect Tannin with the Oregon Development company's Line or Steamships i ! V equina and San Francisco, SAIL.IMO Dim . B DURHAM ?j rami raacrsa. Htaata, tfsssef, i a ?- LStn . -i i t Taos sas laZyctedo ; Willamette Taller, December 8tk ; 18th: tTtk. The Companv nsjrTes the ngnt iange sailing dates w'thoot notice. K. B. Paaasengers from Portland aad Willamette Valley points can make cloa socnectlon with the trains of the Y again r uu at Albany or Corvallla, and !f dei t'red to San Francisco ahoald arrange tt rrtye at Yaonina the evening before daU r snulinfr aa Pretght rate always Xswest EAST AND-SOUTH, Southern Pacific Route SHASTA LINE. Train leave Portland Dallj. Sooth Tonr.Y I Lv tOSra Lv arts A a I Ar raos n,T 1, 132 Prtind i Son. Ar 7:Si a a Lt 1 4:23 A Lv TjM r Alhsny flan Prancisee Abre I -sins stop enls at f.l lewlnr station n ortt ef Kneebors;. East Fort: and, Oreson City, Vt ji tiara. Salem, Albsjir, Takasmt, Shodd, Halser. Hsr Junction Cltv, Irrint, Eugene. Bfssasrae sun., dailt 8:90 a si Lr Portland Alheny Rnsebnrr Ar' 4-w)r I I5 r I Lv Lt 1 1101 a XLvl 7r)a Wm Ar auasrr Lca baili sxosit Stidat) (Mrs I Lr tVru I Ar Porllanl Albary Ar 10 30 a Lv 8:3? a Albany Lebanon Albany Lebanon Ar Lv Ar Lv : 30as :2Sr 2:r a 9:00 A Ar l:Kr Ar PULLMAr BUFFET SLEEPERS. t II v. V . n '. 1 1 Per ateemmiMtatloe Passe seers hoi. I lug seeead't'lass llrkrts.sitartieit its K. pre a Trains Tef l4e Mvlalea. tvaTfi kbp rsiTUie 4i aAitis Hail iaisdaiit (ExoeptSanaay, 7:3lAS I i.r Ar Port'and Corralli iz:io r a Lv I 15:66 re tints rsAia dailt (ExcjptSm.day. Portland NcMlnnville Ar I :W a u 7:26 rs I Ar Lr 5.', a Throiatfla TiclietKi o all point EAST AND SOUTH. fm (ait tfifoi mttio-i rerartitng rates. mtvr . on Corn party Airent et AT-any 11 Wanarer ee't O. F. end Portfande Oreiftm. CAVEATS. TRAD! MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. ertcJ For Information and free) Handbook writ to MUNN A CO, 861 BstoADWAT, Nzw Toarc Oldest bureau for securing patent tn .America, livery patent, taken out by us Is brought before the public by a notice given free of charge In the Lsreest circulation of any scientific paper tn the in t lllaM worm. Bpieuuiuiy iiidhiswo. No lnteUleent should be without it. week veari SlADatz month. Address M l'UBI IBHKHS, 301 Broadway, Htm York at y. aw fork City. RedCrownMills ISOM & LANDING, PROPRIETORS. kw prooshh nous strrisBioa rot, samim AND BAKER WBt, EST STORAGE FACILITIES ii ass ssaaSMsswAvewaei i.i 'u it Scientific American U"J.sealssmsB BkeJansalaw I mi i aw I H iRaansW cmoctat. 1KTERESTINU FACTS They fumigate imlgrant on the Maine frontier with gleam hot from the locomotiye. Ohio brick makers ere using a clay-tlig-ging machine that does the work of from 17 oo men. If all the locomotives and passenger and freight cars in the United States were made up into one train it wouid have a lengte of over 7000 miles. In a shingle mill at Grav's Harbor, Wash recently, the entire works were kept running all day on a single cedar stick, which made 188,500 shingles. Government experiments at the Water - town Miss, Arsenal have demonstrated that cut nails have greater holding power than thuse made of wire. To have an invention protected all over the world it is necessary to 'ake out 64 pat ents in a many different countries, the ttmated total cost of which is $17,000. The resisting power of hri -k appears to vary greatly In some recent tests the weight required to crush a square inch ranged from 1 200 to 4 500 po inds. Peeresses of Great Britain, Scotland or Iielami by birth, marriage or creation are free from arrest or imprisonment on civil process; and In the even of a peeress being Charged with a criminal offense slit would be tried by the House of Lrds. A machine company in Lewiston, Me., Is making what was probably never before manufactu ed in this country, a loom capa ble of weaving cloth too inches wide. It is to be ser.t across the continent, and thence across the Pacific Ocean to Shanghai, China, In Concord the total precipitation of rain and snow during the 1 1 months of the present year was 36 78 inches, being 3 50 more than during the corresponding months of last year, and one-quarter of an inch less than the av rage during the 3$ years. The snowfall November wa nine inches, exceeding the I'tal amount of last Winter op to Ian 15. The following pretty eaperiment U sug ested by Charles Wetterer ia the American Machinist: If iron or steel fillings be corrod ed in a damp atmosphere, and this rust ad ded a little at a time to a jar of dilated sul phuric acid, the crystalline carbon panicles that existed in the metal anite to form large cryttils; these same sill be of the hard dia mond form. Sound is transmitted to the ear by the vi brations of the air. When oae particle of air is made to virate It aets the adjacent particle vibrating, and so a sound ae. if not obstruct J, passes in all directions from the sounding body . The calculated velocity of sound in the air, when the temperture is t the freezing point, is 915 69 feet per sec ond. But the experiments est Moll Yaubcek and Kujtenbrouwer, performed la 1 813 over a distance of 57,839 feet, showed the veloc ity to be 1089.42 feet per second. Vol AN EBA Of TAX R New York Is now in the throes ot a dis cussion sccompalacd by an investigation by a special legislative committee uf the problem of taxation . Their desire there, as everywhere . is for more equitable dis tribution of tax burden, and it ia realized there, as everywhere, that the only practica ble thing to do is to make that vast body of accumulated and tangible wealth known as personal property bear a juste r proportion of the burden than it hss yet borne. The advocate of the tefotm are willing t0 admit that the work is one of difficulties. There are those who maintain that aa ap proximate valuation of such properties for taxable purposes ia an tmutsetieabsHty aad that the effort should be abandoned, ltlssa clear as any th ng can be, however, that the mass of the people, those who own snd who pay taxes on real property and those who own and are taxed on such forms of personalty as cannot escape Sitting, will never agree to an abandonment of the effort to compel cor yorations to assume their jus, respoosibililie to the state. And, in spite of the difficulties ia the way encouraging progress has been made In this direction. This work presents on of the fi nest fields of effort open to thoughtful snd coo pe tent men, capable alike of unselfish de votion to duty and of industrious application to the mastery of its indicate details The field is at hand in Illinois, a Slate pe culiarly oppressed by the evrs which it b sought to cure. The coming session of the A ssembly must take some strong and ad vanced ground in tni mat er . The people expect it, and if they are disappointed they will know the reason why TH K rCTCRE OCTHK POFl'LiaTS. The Popolisls of 1892 polled a surprisingly large vote for a faction having no hope of success, but Ibis vote gives It no promise of permanency, nor is permanency to be achiev ed by the proposed plan of reorganization through uniting a dozen or more secret po litical societies Into one. The Populist vote of 1892 was due to the disorganization ef the Republican party. It drew its chief stiength from Republicans at variance with iheir own party and stilt un reconciled to Democracy. Its platform drove way Democrats and I's plsn of secret society organization showed a distrust of the masse of the people which, where'er manifested, will always he repali with compound tnteretj. It does not now seem very p-obahle, though it is very possible, that the Populist will fig ure to any great extent in the next Pretlden- tial election; but there it certainly roam for a new party. The Republican party survives merely because there Is no other party ready to take Its place. The Populists cannot, be cause America is not ready, for Imperial So cialism, and the demand for this wa imposed on the Populists at the outset hy a few city Socialists who control no vote and wield no influence in determining results. With an American laiform, and with open American methods, a "People's party" might soon cease to be a Tfclrd party, and become on of the two great parties of the country. O-cnr Wilde tmd some one the other !av that Joaquin MIHrr was the greatest poet America had yet produced. He quoted the first line of "Walker In Nicaragua,'' which begins "Walker is a brick," and declared that it was peculiarly full of fire and force. This prompts us to hint of something I at Oscar's head is not full Of, but we refrr n . The new publications ishuc d from the press of the United States daring I891 amsuntcd to 3500, of whinhonly 1104 sur vived at the beginning of 1S92. The total numlier of American periodicals of all sorts. Including newspapers, Is now 30,115. Some of ihen. rtrp prtty ch" ap stuff, but as a whole they Indicate that the people of this country are the hungriest readers on earth, No matter who may be speaker of the next house of representatives, that body mutt lie organized In tucrt a manner that the strongest men will be the leaders. In other words, it must be organized in the manner that will best enabls it to carry out the will of the people as expressed at the poll last month. mt TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. The Koyallktsi Madrip, Jan 6. The Count of Paris has gone to Seville with bis son, Ferdinand Pram-is, aged il years, and Count d'Haus sion villc, formerly manager of the count's pre 83 bureau for spreading royalist opin ions. The Count of Paris will, it is expected, be soon joined by the countess and the rest ot the family, and a gathering of the Orleaniat princes and their principal counoelors will take place to fix a line of conduct in view of the French general elections, The Spanish government is keeping an espionage upon the count and his adherents. Wants to Be a senator. Saciiamento. Cal, Jan 6. In reference to the report that there was a probability of his appointment to a rosition in the cabinet of President Cleveland, w vv roote said. "If there is anv such disposition on the part of the president I have not heard of it, and 1 could scarcely say whether or not 1 could accept such appointment. I have ambition for only one position, and that is United States senator, which I regard as the hignest office in the gift of the peopie." The Populists Heel: Oreoos City, Jan 6. The state central committee of the people's party dosed its pension about 2 o'clock in the morning Every conceivable subject received the attention of the committee and resolutions bearing upon convict labor, exemption of indebtedness, mortgages, manual training in connection with the public schools, establishment of a great daily populist paper somewhere in the center of the union and anv number of other schemes were adopted as measures to be pushed by the party during the next session of the legis lature. The members elected to the legis lature bv the noDulists were rtresent and said they would do all they can to carry out the decision of the party organization on these measure. A Bi Han Dead Oakland, Cal, Jan 6. Police Judge ssia a s-T ssa a J it" unariee i znav. ot Aiameoa, uiea uu morning at 1 :a0 o'clock f'om fatty degen -eration of the heart. He was 38 years eld and weighed "0 pounds. A special coffin will be made for nini. and the fune'al will take place Sunday. t oe Iran fer trrt-LI kling La Grande, Or. Jan 6. The city council last night closed a three-year con tract with the La Grande Edison Electric Light t onipany tor X lauu-candle power lights for street lighting, the price being t&O per month. Aa Eeefeeiaatiral t atrt. New Yore. Jan 5. The ecclesiastical turmoil, which has been created by the visit of the pope's legate, Moteignore Sat olli the stand ha has taken on the public school question, and hi decision in the case of Or McGlynn, still continues. Al most all the fighting is done under cover. I Ths churchmen are divided into two parties those who are striving with might ana main to make Monsignore SatoUi' mission a great success, and those who are doing . all they can to haras him and make a dis- . , , . . i i mat raimre or me taoor ne nas unwnaten of bringing about peace and harmony among the discctraant elements ot the Catholic church in America. Celef Vtraiber Loitdos. Jan 5. The rtresent cold spell on the continent bid fair to be almost disastrous as the coM spell of two years ago. A dispatch from Fiume. Austria, says a railway train was stalled in the tnow near there for 18 boors, aad the tm prisoned passengers, were famishing and half frozen when rescued. A cottage at HerzogrTiburg, in Austria, was buried under a mass of now. The cottage was inhabited by eight persons For three day they were without food or fire, an t when the rescuing party reached the cottage two of the family a ere already dead and the others so prostrated that it is feared more may die. tasty se BXirei - Wash in oi ox. Jan 5. The bill of Sea ator Dolph, allowing Judge Deady to retire after March 4. passed the .senate today Senator Doiph say there i an evident misapprehension about the bill to permit Jndge Deady to retire. It does not seem to be understood generally that all federal iudees are entitled to retire upon fn!l salary at 70. Jndge Meady will certainly retire in Juiv. 1KH. and Mr Oevfjiand will appoint his succsjssor. The bill involves nothing but the salary for 14 month. Public business and the present condition of Judge Deady s health demand that he be allowed to retire. Faltlssx. Wassjnotox. Jan 5. The friends of President Harrison who have bad occasion to see and talk with him of late arc very much concerned about his condition, aad express the fear that his health will break down before the close of hit administration The death of his wife, to whom be was peculiarly devoted, was a blow from which he has not rallied, and it left him quite unable to withstand the ilk-fortune that has since followed him. A risMl of War rAXAMA. Jan 5. lne boundary ques tion between Costa Rica aad Nicaragua has been reopened. There is a prospect of war between the conn trie in consevuece. A body of Costa Rican soldiers have taken possession of the territory claimed b Nicaragua, an ultimatum which the latter country is not disposed to asrree with, she is preparing to defend ber rights. Ptte trial sir Id Pobtlaxd. Jan 5 Pete and Jack Grant and Miks McCarron. sailor boarding bouse runners, were up before United Slates Commissioner Paul R Deady yesterday for examination on a chanre of harboring deserting seamen . As a result of the ex amination. Ja-k Grant and McCarron were discharged, and Pete Grant was held to answer before the grand jury in the sum of 200. r ret set! Lettslallea SALE. Or. Jan 4 Today the state board of equalization adopted a resolution addressed to the resolution addressed to the legislature, recommending certain change in the assessment law. It recommends that as the 5- mill tax. now required to be levied by the ccunty courts for school purposes, is an inducement to assess property at less than it actual cash value, the said tax ought to be abolished, and in lieu thereof an act should be passed requiring said tax to be levied am rata according to the number of children of school age in the county. The board wants the law amended so a to give the state board of equalization Go days in which to complete its work, in stead of 30. as now. It recommends that the law allowing deductions of indebted nest and exemption of same from taxation should be so amended as not to allow anv exemptions fnr indebtedness. It asks the repeal of the present law on the assessment of mortgage. It wants property assessed as actually owned March 1, at noon, of each year. A Creal Eveati Sprihofiki.1), III, Jan 4. The 38th general assembly of Illinois convened at noon. Among the visitors were many prominent leaders of both part'es, but the most conspicious in the throng were a dozen or more veteran democrats, who came from all ports of the state to witness the realization of their dreams for a quarter of a century--the opening of an assembly democratic in both branches, with a demo cratic execntive at their back. Caleb John son was chosen temporary speaker. A Peculiar llllli Washington. Jan 4. A bill introduced in the house today by Martin of Indiana, that all persons appointed to offices under the United States shall be for four years, whether under civil service or otherwise, and thatno person is to be eligible to hold office for more than eight years, and all persons having held office for this length of time or longer thai! not be eligible for office after July 4, t893. fa n'l See Them: Salbm. Or, Jan 4. Superintendent Downing denies the report that state papers will be allowed prisoners to read in the penitentiary. The statement, he says, was made without his authority. He considers it highly unadvisable. for reasons which are recognized all over the country, and in the adjoining states of California and Washington. etaraed the Pa, New York, Jan 4. In President-elect Cleveland's mail today was a letter and card sent him by Thomas C Piatt Tne latter announced that Mr Piatt, as president of the United States Express Company, in closed a pass, giving Mr Cleveland the courtesies of the company. Mr Cleveland looked at the card and returned the pass to Mr Piatt. MUP1T1. In some parte of Lane county the peo ple are naming the proposed new county, Mohawk, etc. The Democrat predict! the legislature will name it Dennis. There are no flies on the Salem Statesman. It wants a law compelling all subscribe! of its weekly to pay up back subscription and a year in advance. Every paper in Oregon will second the mo' ion for the humor of the matter. The Salem Stalesinan refe.s to Judge Kelsay as the great constitutional lawyer cf Benton county. Bv the by, n emin ently proper designation. An exchange tells a story of a tramp who rang a doctor's door bell and asked the pretty woman who opened the door If the doctor had otr of old trousers he was willing to give wy. "I m the doctor,' replied the plump and plesstng young woman, and the tramp fainted. A Salem dispatch says: Jndge Boise has become a convtrt to the movement for the repeal of the mortgage tax law and the law allowing deductions tor indebtedness Ashe Is the father .of the measures, his condemnation of them now will be one of the strongest argument for their repeal His tnfluence In the state grange, also, will strengthen the purpose of the legisla tors connected with tiai ooay . Dr J W Harris was called to Fall Creek last evening to administer to the wants of Mrs lirlfnn, ol that precinc:, wnj wa re ported to be seriously Iniured in an sect dent. He found that the old lady who Is 6o rears old. had been thrown from a horse and her foot hanging to tne stirrup sne wss dragged uulle a disunce, but by some mean she became disengaged, this saving her life. She wa unconscious when found and severely chilled by the cold He found her badly bruised, but nothing of a lata! nature.- uuard The Mill City Gazette and Bantiara Lumberman are returning compliments, characterised by such expressions as hali demented, gibbering, idiotic travesty, etc. As one of them says. Lay on Mc Duff, and dammed be he who first cries hold, enough" there is liable to be some fun ere the storm mows over. S M Newport, once a Journal reporter, is one ot the champion knot tiers of Linn county. He is a J V and married as many couples in 1S92 a any of his fellow justices. His services in the matrimonial field are really required at his former residence where there are several pros erous voung lawyers who are still single. The re is Lr Conn for instance. Salem Journal . Men have various ways of carrying money. Butchers, grocer and bakers carry it in a crumped wad. Banke- in nice clean bills laid in fnl) length in a morocco pocket book. Brokers always fold their bills twice The young bosi- nesa man carries his money in his vest pocket, while the sporting man carries it in his trousers pocket. Fanners and droera carry their money in their in side pockets- Editors carry theirs in other people's pocket. Ex. A mathematical genius haa figured oot that an average waits takes one over or about three-quarter of a mile, aad a square dance make you coyer a half mile and a galop equals a good mile, at a run too. fount for yourself how much the girl with a well filled programme traverses in an evening. Twenty dances is the average, you know. Of these aboat twelve are waltz. There, at once, are nine mile. Three galops and she baa done H mile. Five other dances at a half mile apiece, which is hardlv a fairly big estimate, brings her close upon fifteen miiee. Some) persona who were on Mount Hood last fall reported a place near the summit where the beat was too intense to be borne. Now the Dalies Chronicle say. the eastern crest of tbe mountain is black and barren ot snow orer a large part of tbe highest altitudes, an appear ance never lief or? noted at this time of year It is thought this must be due to th internal heat noticed by the moun tain climber last season. Eli Brattsoa killed a -mad-hen"' oo the Yamhill river th other day sad It was on rthlbittoo at the post office ail day Moada. It is very rtre ta these parts, baltefooadoo the Coast and ia California ia n saber. It is slate colored, has a sharp bill like a chick ea. web feet sad looks like a small wild dock, They are said to live oa fash and arc unfit to be eaten on tccount of the odor of the flesh. Sheridan San, A good assay have bees killed arouad Albany. Tut Esodce AccarrgD. At a n eeting of Rescue Hook & Ladder Co last even ing the Monitor Chemical engine wss formally accepted. M D Phillips wss atated fnrsm.n an.! Qua tt-L.-. nt ... '" 'i1;.' sssa savrai . - sistant, and the president was directed 10 appoint twenty nve men to run toe engine -ss j t nsriton, r n fropst ana L lereck were appointed s committee to confer with the City Council in ref erence iu locrwasiog ine memoersnio ot the company to seventy, wbicb would simply place them on s footing with tbe other companies. Albany ranks first among tbe cities of the coast in respect to ber fire department, in proportion to to ber population, a fsct of much im portance in the future development of ths city. We cannot have too good a department epuipment. The impression that any ot the City Council are opposed to a chemical en gine is a mistake. They are all heartily in favor of it. The opposition is simply to an increase of membership; but it is probable the ordinance, already pre sented, providing for the increase, will psss st the next meeting. Ur Tug S ASTi am. The stockholders ot the Green Bssin Lumbering Company held their snnusl meeting st this place last Monday. No business wss tran -eacted and an adjournment was made until April 12th, 1803. Last week T P Medill, who lives four miles above hers, shot a deer and then cut its throat- The deer then jumped up and look to the river, making its es cape. Three days after J L Berry hap pened along that way and saa the deer on adrift in the rivsr. He procured s gun snd killed it. The Santism Lumbering Company, of Mill City, hsve shipped to their Albany yard during ths past rear 1.390,415 feet of lumber, 54,146 feet of mouldings, .14,378 pickets, 603,000 cedar shingles arl 205,100 lathes. Lumberman. List or Patents. Granted to Pacific States inventors this week. Reported by C A Snow A Co, Solicitors of Ameri can and Foreign Batcnts, Opp U S Patent Office, Washington, DC. 8 J Galloway A G PCramer.Plainview, Ore, ear-coupling. C I Hal), San Francisco, Cal, hydraulic elevator. D F Oliver. Oakland, Cal, lamp aapport. F M Ryan, San Franc'sco, Cal, car coupling. A B Scott A J W Wright, San Francis), Cal, M Hard-table. K. Ptempel, Alameda, Cal, batter-cake mixer and depositor. V Taber, Sampler, Ore, wateJ wheel J H L Tuck, San Francisco, Cal, cable. H L Weitael, Oakland, Cal, auxiliary steering geer. H t it It III GORMI.ET-ORAY On Jan 4, 1893, at the residence of F M Or ay in Halsev, by Rev M M Marling, Mr F. E Gormley and Mist Msrtha J Gray. KING HANRA1IAN On Jan ar.d. 1893, Mr George W King, ot Portland.and Mrs Matilda J Hat.rahan, of Lebanon, were married at the Christian Parsonage. BIRD. MULLEN. On Thursday morning, Jan 5, 1893, at the home of her father. Mr Walter Ketchum, in Albany, after 'a lingering Illness ef cancer of the stomach, Mrs Emma E, wife of Samuel Mullen, aged 38 years, 16 days. The deceased wss born in Linn county, residing here ll her l'fe, where she was respected and beloved by all who knew her. She was married Mr Hsn.,,.1 Mullen on Nov o. l87f. who survives her and besides leaves two sans, nd many friends, to mourn the desth of tn exemplary wife, mother and neighbor. eouwTif rot bt. (J, N. Duneae. oountv ludn: Wm Hi,,i..,,,,.i. and J. W. Push, Commissioner.) The following road supervisors were appointed: R L Smith, dlst 13: W C Stellmaker, dist 151 John Burnett, dlst II; Martin Rlland, di-t cr; John H Scott, dist 22; H C Davis, dlst ?.. Continued application A T Shelton et al for county road over BlueO-eca; mat ter of correction of assessment ot I M Holloway. In matter of H E Cadv et al for countv road remonstrance was filed. Case oend- 1 Disallowed, bill lohn Donaca. f. ore- liminary examination. In application of G V Uueener et al for countv road, Ed Miller, Ja Trusdale andThos M tinkers were appointed viewers. Dismissed, bill State aul i M Burnett. $30 10 Also bill Bute airt Andrew and Joshua Nichols, $2 50, also hill Al Hill, I-' 00; bill John Donaca, 111 00. Continued, bill Marion Shakleford.acct poor 2 60; bill State agt Clyde Pratt et ux, m 00. Sheriffs tax bond was set at $50,000. Supervisors of roads appointed : Dist 31, A W Stanard; dist 40, Herman, Ar noldidist 29, Mi Cody; dist 45, W I Steele; dist 1, J N Brottierton; dint 30, Thos Turner; dist 24; Henry Freerkean ; dist 41, Jas Ware ; din SO.Geo W Colbert ; (Jbbe Peters, dist 63. Roads districts 13 and 8 ordered change by Marion Propst aa requested. Two children of Mrs Emma Cave or dered placed on county at expense of connty. Bond of CC Jackson as tax collector for $50,000 died and approved. Road supervisors appointed, Frank Smith, dist 13; Thos F Miller, dist 4; Jonathan Burkhart, dist 16; T A Barnes, dist 52; H Shelton, dist 2; Vm Frolicb, dist 8. Continued, J W Garland's bill as sup, $40.00. Bill of A P McNary sup. dist 43. Adjourned until Tuesday, Jan 10, la, at which time the tax le-y wi'l be made The following bill were ordered paid: P L Wallace, and Mrs Kitt . B White, aid M Kenworthy . . . John Uber, janitor. . . . Frao'et Smith, sup dist 13 Jeff Montgomery, sup dist 4-. A M Wilson, sup dist 10 $ 10 CO 10 00 10 00 40 00 30 00 46 00 18 50 34 00 Louis Iiuber, sup dist 2 Wm Frolich, sup dist b O P Coshow, sect elections 4 00 R L Smith, tup dist 23 $ 70 00 J C Ooodale, acct roads W E Werner, bounty ferry Hay, acct, road Harrisburg Lumber Co, acct road. Jo L Dixon, acct roads A Blevtns, bounty Geo Slavens, bounty S A Nickeraon, acct road .... M Nye. bounty Geo Rots, acct roads W W Crawford, acct road 9 01 5 " a 4 9; 4 44 i 5 ot W n 5 oc i c 00 3 60 4 33 4 j 1 80 j 3 2S 1 Soi N M Basher, acct road Oscar Mealy, acct roads O t Card, acct road J Wbhers, acct road G Kium, acct road Crusrn Jt Menries, acct road . Downing Bros, acct roads teste M Smith, acct road P W Spink, lumber John Geisendorfer, acct roads 8 W Moore, acct roads E E Parrish, arc, road 8 A Nickerson Gill & Calavan. acct road J A Zysett.acct road Oregon agt Noah Kam3ton.fee pre ex 3 10 1 00 8 9 21 3 i 5 3 i 31 lt I r Uankall 10 .s t. 7S Lane Lumber Lesguejtcct road. . Examination Mr Abraham Wm C Jlell maker, top dtst 15 . . John Burnett, sap dist 11 Ben C Irwin Si Co.ftAttonAry, etc. . C C J ackaon. sheriff fee. E T T Fisher, fee. Roontz & Power, acct road B F Crow acct poor A P Blackburn, supt.lUt 37 O BJenningtvtAipt diet ic Martin Rlland, tup dist tt Arthur Churchill, sup dlst 11 W C Miller & Son, acct road W H McMahon, sup dist 33 Oriental Tea Co. aort roads Kimsey Si Davit, mUcelUneou .. Trite A Miller, acct road. Too Froman. acct roads 0 M Burkhart, acct roads Thos Froman, sup 14 G C Cooley, acct Mrs Clark W C Morgan, aid Laura Kindly I. Morse, acct s-Ute agt lohn Wilson Bl Vincent Hospital Henrr Bergman, sect date case State agt Geo Rolf Slate agt Floyd Rowel! E K Davis, acct roads G F Russell, as supt E A Evans, sun dlst 31 Herman Arnold, sup diet 40 Betasoti Harris, sup dist SO W J Steele, snot 45 4851 19 00 93 00 $0 00 31 00 71 ii 4 to 3 fx 7 64 22 OO OO OO 33 OO CO cO 88 33 33 00 a 7S 45 4 .90 2 6l t$J OO f 6 00 15 00 10 00 IS 40 118 2 6 75 9 So W H Hesvmati. sect roads j I N Brotherton.sup dist 1 I es w se, , . i g (VlZCr, SOp -lltt JO I W O Kixer, dist '24 3 00 n 00 24 00 10 00 10 00 15 00 j a C Miller, dist 41 E P Urge, dist 30 Road dist 14, acct road . . . Wilson (ilasSrSCCt poor... Albany Water Wora Oregon agt Geo Rolf, fees Cbbs Peters, supt dist 53 41 2f 09 oo Lt Ashland's St bc aw. -The second , ,, , , , . u. . clean-up. of the Ashland Mining Co m made mis wees, commencing on the 1st and ending upjn a nice, smooth clean bullion Tnesdav afternoon. Supt Jos A W ilson carried it to the bank of Ash land for sa'e keeping and exhibition be hied the iron railing. The gold bullion weighed 426 ounces which st the price of $15 per ounce makes it (6390 This wss from a 26 days ran of their 5-stsmp quarts mill at ths foot of Helman street in Ashland. Six days ran was on low grade ore that would not have been ran through bad the weather allowed haul ing. There was less than 200 tons of ore in this run. The bullion was shipped to tbe U 8 mint at San Francisco after many eyes had viewed it. Kecord. New M.tXAQEatKST. it a meeting last evening of the directors of the opera house association a proposition from C B Wjnn and E D Cusick to lease the opera house for the ensuing vear was accepted and they have already taken charge of the business, including the at tractions already billed. They are live, rustling young men with s good idea of the public pulse in reference to enter- I.mm.nl. ..! -.Ill n.W. . fU-. secure for Albany the best to be obtained V"". . uo,. n f , r A llsassss tssa ksSM. ,a ha .W n&l U pon the resignation of J Joseph as sec retary ot tbe Albany Building Associa tion F P Nutting was elected to that position. sssssw ' A Great Invbntiok. Is the self pouting coffee and tea pots. With them von can pour coffee or tea without furr ing the pot. Wonderful. None of the hundred 'title Inconveniences of the old fashioned way. Coffee cooks sure tiid pure and cannot burn, and tea to perfve llon. You raise the light ltd and the coffee or tea runs from he spout. Ifyou would have the finest thing in tiie world order one when Mrs lalt, the local agent calls on ou. The Portland Collection Agency hat com menced several elila to ontlsot accounts for Q I, Blackman. Par.ies owing him should settle their acoonnt and save ootts. Ladisi Fiss Sitost. I htvi a full lin of ldi tine dress shoes, all solid and h latest novelties in style, and revanntbl prices. SAMtntt, K. Torso Th finest line of pocket knives in th olty at Stewart A Sox's Oreat reductions in Aermotor wind mill for Decern Oer. See the a.ent, vV W Craw-. ford. asssj Before buy in j your winter stock of hoots and shoes and rubber goods go to Klein Bros, Albany, and get their price. Thsv will and can ave yoo money oo evry r' It is a pleasure to them to (how goodt Oregonian Eneyolopedia coupons taken Conn U Handriosoo '. at TCloaka and jaoketa at cost aad less a. W F Read a. Call and tee new fall dress goods at W Read'. mosjb age abboab. lUL'KSDAV "Advertise! Advertise! Ink on paper, ere it drie, Speaks for you wbero'nr it tries. Advertise!" girls got Inst in the ftg iu Portland este .ay, snd had to be helped borne. Ths' .easts like s London item. The dt pat hot.1 is being repaired gener ally, and will alto be decorated with a 0-w coat of pain-, of s shsdo lighter, s new to or having been adopted along ths read. Members of the Y M C A auxiliary and all other ladies interested in fitting np the room of th new Y M C A huil'ling are especially requested to attend the meeting .ailed for that purpose tomorrow (Friday) at 4 p rr. in the rooms, and tn make arrange ments lor the grand opening reception. An investigation has been Ordered into the Insane asylum scandal. The Wood burn Independent intimate that there la considerable mbre than smoke in the affair. That brilliant young editor of Fort Townsend, who ar bounced through the columns of hU newspaper that the un known person who .mt him a basket of calves' brains for a Christmas present wa an as., eeeme to have made himself the j public butt of a private joke. Aptkk a Hl'SBASD. Most men are nit I u-nnh 1 , 1 1 M t i r, it fnr Ml. Sinlf nt i '-.r ! valli. though, ecn,s to consider hers an exception, for she was in the city today I hunting for him, he having left their home In Cor valli without previous notitieatisn. A. Mr. sn.ii ih. ir,,.. Hm,. i this mornihsr.MrSee!! disaoDeared throuffh the rear door, andlcfl for the North by tie path. FRIDAY. Mexic. exported 43 7So.o poinds of coffee last year. Mr Birteh has told his barber shop to Mr John Winker. Novelties in weddinj sod ball invitation st .Smiley, The Leaning Printer. The State Horticultural Society .ill meet st Port Ian i J.n loth snd 11th. ... ,VL. s. . . Evaicehcai church st the usasi hoar " " ' The preparatory department will prrVutbly be abolithed from tbe !tab Agrieuitarsl College. Mr alslkey, of Rochester, N V, is 1 oking over th Oreg , 1 Paciii: wi.b a view to b- ooenieg iu superintendent. TH. tbstal i.v.t - tt.,- ri 1 .... under the rats male bv the tt boar.! f equaJizstion will be S 73X1,904. Thit siw.ald also B1SSB a lnsrer b . .. .. . . . . . The Catholic charch has been fitted np in sieLrut manner dnnn, the r-et Jr . fact teautved to by some recent news -akea hy Crawford St Paxtos. Smiley, ths Printer, is always abreast cf ths time, having essd improvements m hi omee and is better prepared tbsn ever to supply the peonl with id pr m tine. Th Pendleton E. U. says: The neordet haa been tgwd aiace the first of -fc vnr in memos enia of the realm for licenses Up to this sftereoon thirteen saloon men had oeatntsaten , ssvef. I ir the unvt ei- td d-:icg batisets for six months. A few ss- 80 1 loons, it it said, will be cloten, as tbe pra- tM pnetcrt nd insi taey can make no mosey, 4 j The Fay Mills revival in Omaha has 4 been stirring matter up in a live man - ' I ner. One of tbt worst dives in tne city 4 closed dnrinst the meetings, the proprie 43 i tor. Louis I .nldamith said in order tn j wive religion a fair deal and services were i held inside the saloon, a reformed sport Poaching with tolling effect. at the Seatdcg Rccx. There was , quite a large attendance at the skating j nnk last evening 10 witness the mile race J which wss won by Rov Bent lav in 4 &, being only t, second faster than Elmer I Dan rials. This gives the contestants each s heat in ths race, which will be decided tomorrow evening, race to begin at 8 :30- SAltSDAT. A $5000 Masonic Temtie U to b; built ia v,,. t .-.. . 1 -k .: . tht state 3-4'3. aad f : j.000 worth of as- i ' svsw - rr, an otl i.o n. iecin e:..n t-. i " i , n. r. as isis arnsrn ior ss m ,t iiosess ar , ... a map ol Lins eoontv, which will c eagvsved. It Is oas of tie best piece pf work .eea ia Albany sad eWecs great ersdtt on the workmeotbi? c! dr Rrstrieid. taWSaWsWaWa ettimoottu artir. . lg 1emar". SSSSSt ttse popolari',- (lalimrhts wen. a matter rJ wmud snd 00,Cegh Syror. the poaUr reanedv for ail 20 S throat sod 1 nog diseases Try a 25j 4 0. or a 50c S w bottl. Said by J A Camming, drawn: M Msrv .- , fUhanoc. .hen I w.w I. ISBJJOFdoKeil .ten frcm the ear wtth a Usrga ' '7F' r, , - is U,sU,d 66 00 ! package of gold. wee. ss fcapny a. acoid lf 1 tt'. D G M in the presenee 40 00 children when thev hail iHst t l.o, O NI .mur fS?,,.,,e" and invited 27 20 axn.sr,u, the mo lev to oay off the !i , F".- Th Albany Military Band fura 16 CO , against the Lebanon iS-otiam t'.n.:. The 1 Jf BOm.exf 1 tent ,niusie which was 12 00 sum was 15000. - Lebanon Ex pre.. d7 sppreoated. A lunch was tnred 34;! Word reach ,1 to Uy that, httl. Ssenfd "m 20 0t' rf.v.,. 1 . present. even mile northeast of her, had Keen i awrtotrs .Bjunee. one log brokea stvd her body being aleo badly rtvaBgleii.-BrowBs- vtll Times H AsAcciogsrr.-BertCase,s)n of M j Case, while scuffling with John Gcesgh- er. at tne home ot bis lather, in some anacrountable manner fell, dislocating hts shoulder. He wss brontht to the otBg of Dr Mas ton ADavis who re idnced the di.l.icaiion .ml .t hi Km- in a comfortable condition. The Value or a Law Porvr. The l Mft operation of the so compiler, of the present owner " obtained the privilege to charge the en ! appropriaUoc to car-v the law into effect, ormous price of 313.000 for their work , and remove the Cairns from this conn try. through the seemingly harmless wording of their contract with the county, vii., tbst they jointly contracted snd agreed to furnish "a full and complete descript ion of sll real estate in Clackamas conn ty," and that, besides f 1500, their re- numeration for this work was to be j "15 mills of all real property discoverd by them not on the assessment roll ot 1S3I." Now s large oroosrtion of the real estate in the county an which an-1 uuai taxes were oeing patd was not aua exemplified the value of a point in law anil alar, tha vl. v !,..!- 1. ., V "'." ,U , I. J "tuitnomao county will pay ahcot 130. imiA . . .. - V, 0000 for her "oresent osrisr' Ntoks. Oregon City Conner. Reopened -W R Graham hat reopened hi tailor shop, and has on hand a tine line ot Minioes, reaoy to be made tin for those wishing tirst-clast work done. Thanking the !""" "i-ersi patronage in toe past, he tolicitta continuance of their paironxge and orxnises good work and prompt aUention to ie neecs ci ins patrons. Look Hstt Tike your bntter, chickens, and other farm produce to Ugs Car- icm ((igtcn opposite tne Kins House, in Albany, and et the highed market prices tn iraiie or cash. To aid DiRcet Ion take one Smut Btk Dssa Sftt r outing. 25c. per bottle. A large atook of pruning shears .nd pruu ng h o.. the best made, just re-iva4 at Stewart Sox t. Now is the tisje to as hem. Ashhv st- Carte, RstlFrtate, 80J W, h ni;ton Street, Portland, Or. W y Read hat a large atook of hoots and thnea lo anient from, and tho best va.ns in town. Sheo Baby was slca, vre gave her Caatorta, Then she was a Child, alio cried for Caatorta, Vben sho bfcame Miss, she clung to Caatorta. .'bn the had i Mdrs she gave tbem Caatorta, Stewart & Sox sail tha shears and scissors. vary bait pat a KBAL ESTATE t4LPJt M M and J L Chapman to W T Igan, 30 acres 10 w 1 , g "noo Ianu I, ... , U it.'. .. . ' 3st SACHS AUglKIM W 1H JJSie, .H'J acres is w uih H Bryant to M Hale, 40 acres, 13 w 2 200 J L Campbell to Margaret Cyras, 74.88 acres 10 w 1 A P Flory to VV W Parrish, 100.38 teres, Sodaville 1 J E Cyrus et al to Margaret Cyrus, 4.42 acres, Scio U 8 to lohn Neil, 646.60 acres Patent Chas Pfeiffer to John Isotn and K J Lanning, lot 5,bl 8, Albany. 2750 Geo S Coe, trustee, to Trustees A1 bany Collegiate Institute, 6.U0 iii-res. Albany, to correct an old deed . 1 lien .-hepard to Linn cennty, strip land, 30 feet wide 0E 3 1 B It Butler to Linn coun'v. strio land, 30 feet wide 9 E 3 1 B 15 Warner and Averilla Warner to Geo C Cooley and W R Kirk, trustees, all property in trust fordivts'Mi of estate 1 O&CRRtoSM Pennington. 1 acres between Albany and So daville 1 GC Turner etal to Mildred V Kimsey. Ida M Turner, Sarah J Hoiburt, 3 deeds in division estate E i'urner Eugene Hash or to Anna Bashor, 1 lot, Harrisborg. . Louis Barzee, trustee, to H M Peery 300 637 200 2900 ei ai, o acres, Koosville D h lton to R A Leteinger, one- i , cre 13K1 ' A f? 10 T, loper,75 acres i , ' m Bilyen to John M BilveuJ 5 2 i 1 42 feet fscio 1500 $11,014 NswroitT the Tebmlv t-i The Cor- vallis (.utile tats tt.et tb niili.m j pacllle ',1 wiu have it's terminus ; ri(ht in tfae city by Af g maM meeting a committee was appointed to j work in conjunction with Kings Valley ' and Toledo. In the conference with tbe Southern Pacific committee that was ap- ! ?(':n.ied t?.ecure bf -'at ot. WT, ,rom ! A,rhe to Newport they rroraiee that as isnreasorover Cleveland is tbepresi- (lent elect dim will that rcsul have a terminus before New Year's day, 18&4. in in the citv of New nor t the best all tbe ', year round watering plate on the Pacific i coast and the second harbor 00 the north- . west roast- With the Oregon Pacific wedded to some continental line, e- port will be the home of the pleasure seeker and capitalists of tbe country of the Rocky mountains both winter ' and summer . Scio. Mayor Monkers, Recorder Sbel- . , . , . " ton and Marsnal Dilley, w the way taey siiould be addressed now. Chas Piatt, the victim of the coon -tree. I sccident is still slive, snd his father expressed the opinion on Tuesday that be 18 improving. Last week E J Daley tcting for Wm Faber, bought Jeff Mot, ?omery' bop j"0?- paying 17 eta per pound for them. 1 Bo little attention is naid to the law t against gambling in this locality,- that it is carried on openly. Report says that Use play has been running high this week. j The Bank of Scio now has both a new j president and a new cashier. The former president, J S Morris, and cashier. OS May resign ir.f. and T J Mnnkers elected president and A J Johnson cashier. Tbe I annul eleeHtrsn ,rf dsSrsesstw wenrs nn ths. j 17th Inst Press. , 4ll .u . . f.v.t. showing the approximate age of convicts in tbe state pen 1 tent in rr during the last : two yeats: under 20 rears, S3: between SO and 30. 351 ; 30 snd 40. 214 ; 40 and i 50. 77; 50 snd 60; 35: 60 and 70,9: 70 j snd 80.6 ; orer SO, 1; total, 796; average age. 30-16 year. Two of the number ; were under 29. 4 were 15, 15 were 16 snd ; 2 appear on the register es 13 when re ceived. Ont boy 16 years old wa sent to the reform school as incorrigible, to I 001 he unexpired part (7 months) 01 tits term, lire average age in l?vl,-a , is years Jt DGg Boise's Posrnos Reeect'r the , r, ... : . r 1 S 1 SSSSSSISWtSWSS IU IbCUi I1UU. Ul K Oregonisn stating tl at Judge Boise wss in tavor ol repealing tbe mortgage tax law. The Salem Journal saws: Judge noise wss seen by s Journal iipiefta ttve and said be was not tn tavor of re pealing the satartgase tax law. bat of sllowinc no exemptions for debts except ; could be definitelr ascertained. , x. , . . Dead. A briei dispatch from Bjise ''. dl'' Tlln. C17 n-nt. stnnc th deth of James I hairnes, formerly of this city, where he v . smews. ss.us.ssa tor a ivut wsae-riu- i ployed sa baker for C Merer and the Parker Bros. a oss susvsi xrrr r sec 'fst a r testa;) psra suA4j xto.) jjj aiaj Ttse 1 birr e BUI. WisHijtGTos. Jan 6. Senator Dolph tarn - uv sua; Mritrj at Ifex it wa : likely thai the Chinese ia his state won Id Mr Dolph doe not believe the law atveoo- sUtational. A ... JLTTtMa ths progress of Consumption. In all its earlier stages, . can be cured. It's a scrofulous affection of ths lungs a blood taint and, as in every other form of scrofula, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Disoorery is a certain remedy. Bat it must be taken in time and now is ths time to take it It purifies the blood that's the secret. Nothing else acts like it. It's the most potent strength-restorer, blood -tdeanser, and flesh builder kuovra to medical science. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and all lingering Coughs, it's a remedy that's guaranteed, in every case, to benefit or care. If it doesn't, the monoy it re turned. In other words, it's sold on trial No other medicine of its kind is. And that proves that nothing else is "lost ss good" as the " Discov ery." The dealer is thinking of Ass profit, not of yours, when he urges something else. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. r Cesarr Court of tie State of Ore jftm, fer Linn Connty. n the rust ter ot the estate of Was II McBride, Oeei NOTK'K IS HKKEBl UlVC THAT Attfc U. iltrMitneil admii iatrator of said estate has filed his final aixvunt taemn witn tne cievx ot said eo'urt, and that the county coort of linn county-. Orceou, bat apHunid Saturday, tne rtn any of January, lssst, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ot said sky, ss the time for searing and settling said ac count tnd th ttlDni of said estate. Published by order of J N Duncan, County Judge. Dated December Sth, 139s. J A StcBBlDE, U H Hewitt, Administrator Attorney ; CosvalOtvT larst 'A.waasjgar CRUSTS AND SCALES Hair aad Eyebrows Fell OS. Doctor and Many Beraedlea Mo Benefit. Entirely Cured aad Hair KesTtored by rhttlctrra. : My wife has been t font, lei for years with dry emeu sad scales on ber bead snd eyebrows. Alter aceming to tie dormant for years ta Ber system, is broke out. over i Her hair same oot tn Uf srated a pitiable condi tion. We tried almost everything, sot SB continued to get worse. Then ws tried one of oar best phy slrttsst, tat tut to no purpose. Finally my wife believed Use the Crnixst Rsaumrs woe id care bet. After he Bed need BSSS boxes of CcncrsA. and about s dossa rake ot CtmcSBA Boat, snd foor bottle of Crncctu EisoLvaat, eke was erxrsdesjtirely. Itrr hsir csc.e oo sgsda.sod teeVsy sswtssss. fines bead of Wtsl early hair and as ssaooth skis as any lady in AlW iitc ss. Ber eye brow are heavier than they ever were, Ber seats 1 free from dsndmf?. &.'- ber heahk i exestlrirt. Bow snfleriac with i or to those who may doubt lbs tmrkfnlrsias of this statement, writ me, int losing a stamp, ana t win llllli fliy answer. I at tor that tat Ccn ctrsA ttssutmss cured my wife, tar ake used sastb iaa eat staring lbs foor or free nsostfcs sas nesst tbsa. FREEH A fJTOEKEK, mCesm Street, j lltwtowa. Pa. Cuticura Resolvent Th. w Tttond snd Kkta Purifier. iatemaOv. sad j Ctrnccaa, the frees Bkto Cere, snd CtrriccA 1 h.r, Use exquisite Bain Beanttaar. swiwassuy , to. sternly r-tJeve and speedily em emy asesee see. banter . tbe skin. slp, sod Mood. wHk loss of hair, t r, j infancy to tet, frost pterp las to ssroasw. Bold everywhere, price. Ccttctba, SOe.; Boat. 4Se.; lilsot-VsTXT, SI Prepared by the Mass DaCS AKD CiOtSKAX COBTOSATIOS, BOStOS. aT " How to Cure Skin DUeeses." passes, M It usiisllisis. sal ifsrfcsrrf"' " D1DVC Skis sad Bests DAD I V by CcncrsA f ItSssaM tc-i seaattatd OAS. Absobrtely pure. WEAK, PftWFUL BACKS, Xisbser sad Utswta Fsass and W nt re-: ;s Cotienra 1 r.tfMii Ate S3 SHOE oTWp. W. L. DouartasShc.wzrscaa sa basat nlas U tba prtliss aV -VL- L. R. BI.AIV. TWO me?; AND one boy FOUND DEAD! Vhile trying to Crowd theii At rxxrj DEYQE&FKOMAfi BROS itore, where they t'watt have on hand he largest Stock south of Portiarsd, of tne latest improved Rifle and Sho n : - immense stock of Fishing "scklt of every description : Tents, Han. oc .Cam p Chairs and thousands tf oti. ings too nnmeroas to mention JEt ipnir Shop a corascct n with the Store, and one of Se best wo men in the Slate to do any snd all kind, of wor Coene one Come No rouble to how goods Small prcsr and quick is oat -xi otto A BARGAIN Facrr avsd vsamsii rt'xfor sal consisting: of SS acres o- : of land mm so lie north of Albany Lan-1 wall it proved. For particulars inxxtire of W H Wab.xkx ONLY LINE RUNNING 2 THpH TRAINS lavlaf Portland. &451. 1. 7M f . 1. DAYS TO CHICAGO 47 Biurs lifkff St. hM. 3 lev (Jiifkfr to Ctufa$9. ?0 Boars Oikkfr to Ornha uA Kansas City. PULLMAN AND TOURIST SLEEPERS, FREE PECLtNi tC CHAIR GARS, DINING CARS. Kot rate and srenewat information cal on or addres W II HCRLBt'RT.Asst-jjcn'i. Pass. Agt, 254 Washington St, PoRTXAXXA, ORSGOX Jujpa.K15IS PILE CURB A new and Otsntet TrsattnMit. esKwbting of San xsuhri.Ointraat in CUiules,l in Box and Pill s lsShveCurto Axternal.li terval.Blind or Bleed, ing Iscsing, Caronic, Becsni sr Hereditary Piles, and Banyosa.-dtSlstll and female weakness.; it St al wjy a gisat teaeSt to the gs iera) health. The first nsoeveti at aatssjieal cure readering an opera lion the State nunc .essary boreafter. Thi retnedv 5if .f!r taowntofall. tlnerhex. Sfor Sft'; 5fi?9 "?' tur from this terrible disease WMa a written guvrantec ia toeitivrlr tiven with o0xea,ta refund the raonev it sot cured. Send stamp or free Sample. OavraaWx! Issued by S A fa attains. trzxtat. Sole Ageat. Altsaar, Oreatas WELu DIGGING Ed Davidson in preps red to do weil digging; is first class style, promptly, and wilt guar antea his wora. sSM StHBt Sf t Ajsts-Fsstra tTttstst. t sstBsiBslB MWagnlsiltT. 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