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Pheasants Illustratbd. Sunday'!
8an Francisco Examiner has a long ar
ticle on pheasants. The illustrations
are ny ti Davenport, the artist, formerly
of Silverton, in Marion county. One of
them is a picture of some Chinese or
Mongolian pheasants, a scene in Oregon,
twelve miles from Albany. The follow
ing is all that is said of them, the article
referred to first appearing in the Demo
crat: Chinese pheasants were turned
loose in Oregon nine years ago, imported
by Judge O N Denny- The killing of
them was prohibited for four years, and
now there are hundreds of thousands of
them, commonly called "Oregon pheas
ants." During a recent snowstorm,
according to one of the northern papers,
the pheasants at Albany Prai.ie, thirty
miles from Silverton, became so loaded
down with sleet that they couldn't fly.
Of course, the boys of the region quickly
discovered this, and they ran the birds
down with dogs. Dozens of the pheas
ants thuB captured were sold to fanciers
for $10 a pair.
Scio. Tuesday the Scio Roller Mills
shipped a car load of flour to San Fran
cisco. Last Saturday, the saloon recently pur
chased by Geo M Devaney from Wm
Bllyeu, was closed by the sheriff at the
instance of Fleckenstein & Meyer, of
Mr Russ-ll Wyatt, one of Albany's
most promiMng young attorneys, was In
town last Friday; He says the nights are
very dark now a days.
Sunday, Wid Bilyeu brought to town a
47 -pound beaver that he had caught in
his traps. This is the sixth beaver that
he has taken this fall and winter, K" ides
t o otters.
Mrs T L Dugger and daughter. Miss
Ella.returned Tuesday from a two months
visit to Oakland, Cal.
Frank Wheeler, of Albany, was in town
this week, looking after the establishing
of a skating rink in this city. Press.
A Browxsvili.k Installakion.- On
Tuesday evening, the 17th inst, there was
quite a pleasant gathering at Odd Fellow's
hall in this city, on the occasion of the in
stallation of the officers of Rachael Lodge
No 9, D of R, I O OF. Sistei Sarah
Barnes, of Albany, President of the Grand
Convention of Daughters of Rebekah for
the state of Oregon, was present, and per
sonally performed the beautiful ceremony
of installing the officers for the ensuing
term as follows: Mrs E M Dyson, N G ;
Mrs H Roberts, VG; Mrs B Brown; sec;
Mrs O Louden, treas; G V Standish, R S
N G; Carl Roberts, L S N G; Leonard
Tycer, R S V G; Mrs Aldv Tycer, LSV
G; Alex Kirk, Coin; DS"Koberts, War
den; Mrs N Harrison, Inside Guardian;
Mrs D Venner, P G Chaplain. At the
close of the ceremony Sister Barnes gave
the kxhre a very pleasattt little speech on
the subject of the order, which was closely
listened to throughout.
Tiik Proper Wat.-tA Lane count r
man proposes to" enjoy hia children's
prosperity while he is alive. The Regis
ter savs: Wednesday Mr J P Chesher
distributed among his eleven children in
equal parts $1 1,000 in money and real
estate, mostly the latter. 'The gift is
really worth considerable more than
$1000 to each, as the real es.ate has been
put in at about 50 per cent of its value.
He has not robbed hirr self, 'jut has enough
to keep himself and wife in comfortable
circumstances during the remainder of
their days. The children are all grown
and the money will be a g eat help u
Tdk Same Reed. C F Read is in jail
at Denver for timber land f rands- This
ia the same fellow who had such a time
t Eugene. He will be remain berod aa
baying escaped from the jail there,
passed through Albany, and gave the
officers a live chase nnder the wire
works, final'y vetting away. He is a
great fake, being an opium smuggler, and
ballot box staffer besides a timber land
thief Roe J, which ia not hia name,
boasts that his father served three terms
in the U 8 Senate, was twice governor of
one of the states and that an uccle is one
of the leading silver men. He says he
never took a drink of intoxicating liquor
in hia life, never smoked a cigar and
never but once admitted tj hit confi
dence a man who drank, "and that,"
said Reed, "accounts for my being in
jail here for the first time in my life". In
San Francisco he made $14,000 in
thirty days. A remarkable fraud.
A Phrbnologica. Lscrrj re. Saturday
evening Prof Gollege, the physiogno
phenologist, of London, lectured at the
opera house to a fair audience. The pro
fessor very properly judges people from
heir walk, face and voice as well as from
the formation of the head. He is well
read and understands the subject thorough
ly having been in thr field thirteen years.
He has traveled extensively, and gave
some interesting and pract'cal Instruction
tn the art of reading character. The pro
fessor will be found at the Baltimore
block for several days, where he will
make a careful examination for 50 cents
A Big House. The Independence
West Side says: Sutton's Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co played at the opera house here
on Wednesday evening to a $.191 house.
For Independence, that speaks well for
the popularity of the company. Thev
have a fine brass band, give a good street
parade.ar.d the selectiors by the orchestra
during the performance were very fine,
and worth the price of admission alone.
The old and we'l known play was well
rendered, and the acting of little Eva
shows great precocity on her part. The
play has more humor and less pathu than
the usual presentation. Over six hundred
persons were present Wednesday night.
A Pioneer of '47. Sunday morning,
Jan, 22nd, 1803, Mrs Miller Morgan, died
t her home near Shedd, of heart disesse.
at the age of about 65. Mrs Morgan
came to Linn county with her husband,
Mr Miller Morgan, who survives her,(rom
Burlington, Iowa, In 184;, and has since
resided in this county, where she was
well and favorably known by many as an
estimable woman and good mother and
wife. Besides a husband the deceated
leayes several grown children among them
being Mr J W Morgan, of this citv.
Three Nye Cbeek Cottaoes. 8 Q
Irvine, of Newport, was in the city to
day and entered into a contract lor the
erection of three cottages on Nye Creek
for several Albany men. They are to be
double, a story and a half and will be
located near L E Blain's cottage. DC
Wiell is the architect. The owners win
J : Irving and D B Monteith, At
torney Qensrai ueo , unamnenain anu
J M Ralston, N II Allen and D P Mason.
They are to be completed by J one. This
indicates an increasing live time on Nye
creek the coming year.
Uncle Tom's Cabin was p'ayed last
night to a good sized honse. Of coarse
it is oKi , out as presented uy duiiou
troop it contained new and attractive
features to enliven the andience, and at
the same time did not lose sight of tbe
spirit of the production. The parts
were well presented.Eva and'Uncle Tom
particularly, and those who attended
were given two honrs solid enjoyment.
Formerly op Albany. The New
York Herald tells of the following very
sensational affair tn which a former Al
bany man, Paul D Hlerry, is an Import
ant character: The elopement of the wife
of a prominent official of the state of
Washington with a music teacher who
deserted Ms wife; the flight of the guilty
couple across the continent with the erring
woman's daughter; the pursuit of the
husband and his capture of the child, fol
lowing close upon an attempt of the
mother to destroy herself and her little
one, is a romance in real life that ended in
an East Side lodging-house last Thursday
morning. Assistant Attorney - General
Paul D'Helrry, the Injured husband, with
his daughter Uron, now occupies a room
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
John Aiken, the Toledo druggist, is in
W F Hendrlcson is home from a v'slt
to The Dalles.
D H Waldhol, a talljr, of Roseburg, Is
in the city with a view to locating
Mr Howard, of San Dlago, Calif., an
old school mate of W F Read, Is tn the
W S Phillips left today for Portland,
seeking a position, and 'may visit the
Miss Bert Enos, of Portland, a former
at the Hoffman house. Mrs D'lleirsv. ' resident of Albanv, spent Suncay tn this
until last evening, was still at 1
Third avmue.ln a room over a restaurant,
where the husband discovered her. Uuder
a threat of instant death, Edward G Morse,
who eloped with Mrs DOeirry, led Mi
D'Helrry and a friend to the house where
he had been living with Mrs D'Helrry.and
then disappeared. D'Heirry two years
ago secured the-services of Edward G
Mcrse as a music teacher for his wife. The
wife becams infatuated with the musician,
but the husband hid no reason to doubt
her until weeks after the elopement.
Through the efforts of D'Heirry the mu
sician secured many scholars among tne
wealthiest people cf Sealtle. When his
Income was sufficiently increased Morse
sent to San Francisco for his wife and
daughter. Morse's child died about a
year ago and Mr D-Heirry paid the ex
penses of the little girl's Illness and fun
eral. When Mr D'Hetiry asked her
husband last November for permission to
come East to visit relatives in this city he
readily consented. Without his knowl
edge, 'Mrs D'Heirry sold two cottages In,
Seattle belonging to her, on which she
realized $10,000. Mr D'Heirry gave ner
$90 nice in cash before she left home,
and gave hex a ticket over the Northern
Pacific for herself and daughter Orba, who
is 9 years old. Accompanied by Morse
and his daughter, she went to San Fran
cisco, where thev stopped at the Palace
hotel as E G Morse and wife. While
there, Morse secured all Mrs D'Heirry's
money and spent it lavtshiy. December
1 the guilty pair went to Chicago, thence
finally to New
and Phiiadelphi?, and
York, where D'Heirry
Review Service. A very interesting
review service was held at the Congrega
tional church Sunday morning. It might
be called a church round-up. The service
was as usual till the sermon, when the
pastor gave out the text Neh". 4 A. and
after a few introductory remarks proceeded
to call for short and comprehensive re
ports from the caurch officers., committees
and societies. Af er the officers of the
church the visiting and Sabbath school
committees told of work among those
outside of chuich influence. The Sabbath
school, Bible club and Christian Endeavor
were heard from through their officers.
Then three children responded respectively
lor tne Kings Daughters, Mission Hand
ana Hoys' club. The secretaries of the
Ladies sewing society and Missionary
society then made reports of active work.
The service was very Impressive and en
couraging. A Missing Man. -Prof G A Wilkes
who teaches in the Geary school of this
city, has been absent from bis duties to
day without explmnaton. He ate his
breakfast at the usual hour at his board
ing place, Mr Knapp's on Fifth street,
inst sorth of the school bnilding. He
left for school aa usual and since then
lias not been seen. His health has been
city the guest of her mother.
W L Deyoe, of this city is mentioned for
the office of fish commissioner. He would
make a competent man lor the place,
Dr Paine visited Albany Wednesday for
the purpose of holding a consultation with
l)r Maston, of that city, on an Important
case. Eugene Register.
Mr Walston and family arrived in Al
bany this noon frem Nebraska, and will
make this vicinity thetr home. Mr
Walston recently purchased the farm ad.
joining Ubbe Peters.
S F Fined has bought an interest in the
Marion County Democrat. He is a live
young man, and the firm of Flagg Floed
will make matters lively In Marlon coun
ty , where there Is a splendid field for such
a paoer as they are bound f present the
people of that county.
Oscar R Stewart and Miss Emma Wil
son were married at Hay nesville, Klamath
county, Or, on Christmas day, Miss
W'lson was the first white child bom In
what Is now Klamath county, and her
parents. Simp Wilton and wife, were the
first white people married In that county.
The Salem Statesman In Its writeup of
the Legislative ball describe the costumes
of the Albany young women present as
follows: Mrs W L Crosby wore an attrac
tive costume of cream silk strewn with
pansle in natural colors, and 01 namented
with chiffon and ameth vat velvet; Mrs
Tom Monteith, black silk decollette; Mrs
IK THE SENATE.
The following new bills were introduo
ed, among others : Ventch, to prohibit
the employment of non-residents as
peace officers ; Hayes, to authorise coun
ty courts to offer rewards; Dodson, to
regulato the sale of poisons; Myers, by
request, -to increase the rights of married
women; Huston, by request, to enable
foreign executors to sue in this state ;
Butler, by request, to amend the act re
lating the practice of medicine; Vander
burg,to regulate the rights of employers.
The governor's veto of Bill 190,the wagon
road bill of the last session, of the 16th
session was read and referred to the judi
IN TBS iiocse.
By Upton, protecting laborers from
intimidation, discrimination, etc; Wil
kins, amending the railway transporta
tion law fixing 3 cents per mile for pis
sengers Goodrich, to amend the road
law; Wilkinson, amending the'law regu
Is ting the practice of pharmacy ; Day.ior
levying a road tax in precincts; Law ton,
repealing the deduction for indebtedness
law; Ford, for the election of prosecut
ing attorney in the third judicial district,
one for each county ; Northup, amending
the law relating to the acknowledgment
of married women ; Honck, to create a
board of bank commissioners: Miller, to
incorporate the city of Sweet Home,Linn
county ; referred to tbe Linn deleat ion ;
Gill, by request, to prevent and punish
usury. The house has now 280 bills,
within 26 of tbe extreme limit of two
IN TUX SENATE.
New bills : By Weatherford, to amend
charter of Sodaville; by Denny , to amend
code, making unlawful for whites to in
termarry with Chinese or Indiana; by
Willis, requiring date of foreclosure to
be recorded upon mortgages.
Passed: By Cogswell, to declare cer
tain sales of chattels void unless record
ed ; by Maxwell, to fix salary of treasurer
01 ruiatnook county; by ikxlson, to re
Hy Hopkins was pressed tn brown silk; peal 2343 code, as applied to Baker and
Mrs Tom Hopkins, green silk;
Bertha Ellis, a dainty lavender nuns'
veiling empire gown; Miss Emma Pfelffer,
a rich pink silk profusely trimmed in
handsome lace; Miss Nina Parker, ptnk
nunV veiling.clecollette; Miss Telia Wood,
lavender silk; Miss Hattle Galbraith.lndla
silk ; Miss Vesta Mason, pretty combina
tion of blue and canary colored silk; Miss
Lor a Vance, a soft cream nuns' veiling,
wreathed with English violets. The gen
tlemen mentioned as present were Mr J A
Wilson, Mr J A dimming, Mr Ed Quinn,
Mr W T Ortell, Mr W H Cowan, Mr Exra
Hortoo, Mr Dan Large, Mr Robert
Strong, Mr C B Winn.
Lost: By Black man, to appropriate
$5000 to aid in building a bridge on the
North fork of the John Day river, 14 to
a THE H0C8B.
City Recorder N J Henton is confined
to his home by illness.
Col J F Parker, of the Walla Walla
Statesman, went to Y equina Bay this
Geo S Young, tbe barber
this noon from a visit with
in Clackamas county
Ms L M Carl went to Salem this noon
to accept a clerkship on a special com
mittee, an unsolicited position.
H St Helens, the piano tnner is in Al
bany and will remain a few days only.
Leave orders at Will's music store.
Mr Perry Conn went to Corrallis this
noon on a homing expedition with bis
Miller moved adoption of a resolution
providing a committee of three to ascer
tain cost of school books in Oregon as
compared with prices paid in other states
The committee on fisheries reported
on bill by Miller providing a fish way
over falls of Willamette at Oregon City.
i The amendments proposed increase the
! appropriation from $6000 to $10,000, or
so much thereof aa may be needed.
New bills: by Belknap, for levy by
county court of direct district road tax;
I by Elmore, charter of Brownsville ; by
i Mays, to prohibit setting out fires in
certain months', by Blevens. to incor-
! borate Tansrent: bv Jeffreys, incontora-
returned j tion of Corrallis ; by Xickeli. requiring j i
HOME AND ABROAD.
Tbe Klokspoo Indian Co ire n Falsay.
Tbs County Court met today to make a
tax levy; hot adjonrned the matter uutil
Marshal Vaughn, sf Hillsboro, reoently
traoked Well, the Portland murderer, until
his horse gave ont. Next.
Soio proposes to bond the city for a new
aohool house, and will obtain permission of
the legislature for that purpose. A good
Saturday aftirunnn Dr Hill amputated an
injured finger for a Celestial, the fellow
going through the operation without taking
While handling a revolver at Sweet Home
recently, Jerry Keeny accidentally dis
charged it, the bullst strikifg him in tbe leg
and making a rious flash wound.
Mis Mamie Montgomery, cf the He'ald
fores, had a narrow escape from choking to
death late Saturday nutbt. She was taken
home ia a cab, and is now folly recovered.
The ladies cf the C.tholio church have
organised an aid society with Mrs Conrad
Meyer, aa president; Mrs Peter Riley, vlee
Js a sis? j . sr si
prssiaent; Mrs jos unagreo, secretaiy, and
Mrs John Tway, traunrer.
The Military Band have purchased the
skating rink, and will hereafter ran it, furn
ishing the added attraction of some excellent
mnsio every night. Open Thursday and
The Albany public schcol building is
crowded to its utmost capacity ,tnd ft ia said
it will be a necosaitv to erect a new build
ing at a near date. When done tt will do
doabt bs some ethers in the Third Ward,
prober ly oa the district's property there.
People who ejiploy Uncle Billy Wright
to grind their shear, scissors or lawn mover
give a job to oo deserving the rapport i.l
everybody. Uacle Billy is aa old reddest
of Salem, sad is a square man generally.
Several tears ago ia the big fined be lost
nearly all bis proper n ; bat ks is as good
natarrd as before.
A ne boct and shoe shop has been opened
opposite the post office.
A one wheeled enlky of tbe pneumatic
Older has been invented.
rte trial of K K Montgomery comet 06
tomorrow before lodge Deady. Several
Albany men ar- in attendance.
fhe Porilacd Telegram men' toot the ar
rest of H J Thompson, an Albany detective,
ine name is not in oar directory.
The road district adjoining Albany have
been materially changed, the Vtrt Alb-ny
district extending about a mile farther east .
Mr Cbaa Metrjar has already eecared the
names of fifteen osae men aa member af
the new Third Ward Chemical Engine Com
paey: It ia proooaooed nicies.
Mrs E L Smith, a widow, of Seattle, asks
$13,000 from tbe Union Pactfs beeaaea mm
of ia conductors kissed be- wiekeat her
Health Officers Speak.
City, State and National Authorities
report the Royal Baking Powder in
every way Superior to all others.
Cost! Cost! Cost!
STATE CHEMIST, CALIFORNIA; The Royal fulfils all the
requirements. Our tests show it has greater leavening power
than any other.
STATE CHEMIST, WASHINOTON: There is no question but
the Royal is the strongest, purest and most wholesome baking
powder in the market
U. 5. OOVT FOOD REPORT; Royal Baking Powder is
shown a pure cream of tartar powder, highest of all in leaven
CANADIAN OFFICIAL TESTS; Royal Bakinc Powder b
commended as of highest excellence, and shown to be greatest
cf all in leavening strength.
SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF HEALTH ; We cordially ap
prove and recommend the Royal Bakinc Powder. It is
absolutely pure and healthful, composed of the best ingredients,
of the highest strength and character.
BOARD OF HEALTH, SEATTLE, WASHINOTON ; Finding
in analysis that it is entirely free from any adulteration, we
heartily recommend the Royal Baking Powder for its great
strength, purity and wholesomeness.
BOARD OF HEALTH, TACOMA. WASHINOTON; In our
judgment the Royal is the best and strongest baking powder
before the public
BOARD OF HEALTH, SPOKANE; Certainly there is no bak
ing powder known to us equal to the Royal.
DR. Bl NSWANO ER, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON: It is aiso
my opinion that there exists no purer, better or stronger baking
powder than the Royal. I confidently recommend it
Do not permit the slanderous stories of inter
ested parties to influence you in using any
other than The Best, The Royal.
W. F. READ & CO.
On account of change in businees.we will un-
a f m-
hi Mar.n 1st gell our entire stock
COST, (exceptButtritk Patterns.)
will be the GREATEST SALE ever
in Albany. Ourtoak is full andjjcoinplete
in evary line. Come and see what we will
do lor you.
W. F. READ &C0.
Why emote a Chios cusr when tor tbe
Tbe young men oi (be College bare oreaa-
11J nnl kali ..J 1 . 1 -T ,
his parents ;witch lights, and to encourage tree for aliyeeierea o( kicker., pec: ere, Ucklere,
"n" I v. 1 aw- ei . rw a
very poor for some dsrs and th Uttsr , " "7" ' "uuerv
part of last, wsek be only taught part of . Mr J F Yates, of Oakville, will con
the time. If something is not heard t,nue th study of law in the office of Mr
from him in a few hours, the sheriff will ; E Wolverton, and is now in the city
be noti6ed and a search instituted. ! tnT th purpose. Mr Yates has already
planting by public schools: by Jeffreys,
to chance A I sea to b tan lord.
Paswed .- ( barter bills for Riddle, Cot
tsge Grove and Klamath Falls.
Eugene Guard. Prof Wilkes waa form
erly of this county.
A dispatch from Eu
scroti nceB that "Prof
about O. K."
ttgene at ipm,
Fbof Wilkes wa heard from yester
day morning at Eugene through a letter
received from Dr H Michner at Halsey.
He b sick and unable to talk. His in
disposition is evidently caused by a
mental overstrain, and his nervous sys
tem is quite broken up. He may be able
to return to his work in a week or two.
He was no doubt suffering from a slight
mental alteration when he left, and must
spent some time as a law student
A correspondent sends us the follow
ing account of a recent pleasant event:
The spacious parlors of tbe St Charles
Hotel were the scene of n neb joy and
merimsnt, Saturday evening Jan 14th.
1893. When tbe friends of Miss Mollie
Giblin came in upon ber, taking Mis
Mollie completely by surprise. The old
favorite, whist, and other games were in
dulged in. A delicious lunch was served,
and it was lata when the patty bid tbeir
kind hostess good night. Those present
were : Miaaea Mary and Kate Riland.Bar
bara Va ml ran, May Skellr, Kate Fennel!,
Mollie Giblin, Mrs Howard, Meesers
Tat Csuwroan Mosriissrr. i short
distance to the right aa yon enter the
city cemetery may now be seen one of the
f finest monuments in Oregon if not on the
coast. It has just bean placed in position
for Albany's pioneer citizen, Mr John A
Crawford, by T G Harkins, of 228 Salmon
st.Portland.br The monument ia one that
will be admired by all for its solid, mas
sive appearance and tasty architecture .
It is 4 fe.t 9 inches at the baa. .and 12 feet
high, being built from tbe level of the
ground, and sighs 16,800 pounds. Tbe
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ee ujiecup uu yi.w w cea ajajgejmi J K S
! - M Henderson Sc Co, $399 05: total. S?T -
345 74. The oatakle liabibuea ere ranwtad
have taken the train somewhere Lelow Watson, James.Vaughn, Vandran.Gillet,
Eugene. Giblin and Howard.
Received Payment. Frank Landry
received Sunday a draft for $860 dran
upon the treasury of the United States.
This is in payment of the lose sustained
by Mr Landry in tbe destruction of hia
house and other property on Bear creek
during the war of 1878. He was allowed
$940, but 90 went to bis attorney. G D
Richardson also received payment of bis
claim, about $200 Pendleton E O.
Theatrical Our citizens will soon be
given a great theatrical treat. Tbe Cordray
theatrical troup on the evening rebruary
3 and 4 will present "Humbug" and "Wife
for Wife" and 0.1 the afternoon of the 4th
at a matinee, the "Bankers Daughter."
The higgeat houses of tbe season are
promised. The Democrat will thorough
ly post its readera before the date men.
Y. M. C. A. Entertainment. All
who appreciate beauty and cultuie wiil
not fail to see the tableaux from Tennv
son Friday evening, at the opera house.
Those having this entertainment in
charge are sparing no effort to make it a
real pleasure to all who attend. They
deserve the reward of a large audience.
Tickets will be on sale at Will's Music
store and Hodges & McFarlands Drag
store tomorrow at 10 o'clock If yon
want a choice seat call sarly and seenre
MakchJuxe and November. Hobb's
bill changing the time for circuit court
terms, provide for holding court in the
third district a follows: Linn county,
second Monday in March, fourth Monday
in June, second Monday In November;
Marion, second Mondays in October,
February and June; Polk, second Mon
days in January, May and September;
Yamhill, fourth Mondays in January .May
and September; Tillamook, fourth Mon
days in April and October.
A Liberal Gift. Mr C B Winn, the
rustling Well Fa'go man, has received
from tne company a present of one of the
Columbian half dollars, worth a dollar.
Ar. oider has been issued by the company
for the presentation to each ot Its agents
of one of these valuable souvenirs, which
means thousands of dollar In the agvte
Heavy WsTHsr.. Messrs Scott and
Hulburt purchased Isst Saturday a sheep
of Wiley Holman a farmer residing In
Benton county, across the river Irom Al
bany, which establishes the reputation oi
the Willamette vaney to proauce moie
big thing" than red apple. The wether
is three year old, I of the Cotswotd breed
and weigh 240 pound. Next,
Dangerously III. Mr Fox, of Hamil
ton Sj rnr HpaWft In stoves etc. Is lvinp
dangerously ill at his home in thl city.
On account of his illness he bss sold hi
ineret In the goods of the firm to Mat
thews & Washburn, who have moved them
tothair store, while Mr Hamilton nas
moved to tue Graham bu ldlng, where he
will do business atone.
J O Wiitsman went to Southern Ore
gon today on insurance business.
Dr Lowe will close his engagement ia
Albany Jan 31 it. He nas met with popu
lar favor here. Don't wait hut see htm
early. He kaowa hi business.
Last evening the employes in the fin
ishing department of tne Woolen Mills
tendered the popular superintendent.
Mr D M Walters, a surprise party, which
proved one of the happy events of the
season . several hours were passed in a
pleasant manner, k feature of the even
ing was the presentation to Mr Walters,
by Mr William Galbraith on behalf of
his fellow workmen of an elegant gold
headed cane in honor of hit 44th birth
day. These present were : Mr and Mrs
McHargue, Mr and Mrs Brack man, Mr
and Mrs Walters, Mrs La port, Misses
Maggie Shupp, Lillie McHargue. Iva
Turner, Fannie Tims, Mary Webber,
Nellie Lattv, Vena Stewart, Phillips,
Jessie Haley, Phebe Rboades, Linda
Miller, Bessie Dorris, Messrs Willie Gal
braitb.E E Howell.Johnny Campbell, Al
exander Scott, Frank Stewart, Romy
McCully, Jas Hunter, Oscar Goodman,
Price Goodman, Jr-hu Palmer, Melvin
Williams, Fred Bloom, Wren Roes
lasting in i
gether by leaded tointa. Tbe only letter
ing on it is tne word era Word on tne
west side of tbe base, and a monogram
of J A C higher op- The whole is capped
by a solid looking nrn. Tablets at tbe
head of tbe graves ill bear tbe nee senary
inscriptions In reference to the departed,
stating merely facta. The monument
with its enduring, and firm, yet attract-
ive appearance, ia not only an ornament j
to the cemetery and a just memorial to j
a pioneer family ; hat as well speaks tor
the skill of the manufacturers, tbe well i
known McDonald & Sons, ot Quincy,
Mass, among the best in tbe TJ S. A
monument like this adds wonderf uilv to
the general appearance of the cemetery,
and suggests that great pains should be
taken to make tbe grounds aa well look
w d;, etc.
Oae of Hasten & Co' dray
away less JMaraiag starting at the 0 P
wharf aed ttopp-og at Third and Baker.
No aertoo damaga.
Thee ia no better adrertisemeat for a
towa than a ihiivihg Y M C A with a hedid
mg of its own wed eqsipped. That la what
ws prwpoas U have ia Albany.
Yesterday the C S Backing OVa Bask at
Gorvai waa closed. It was caused by a
ma on the bank. It a ehumad the bank m
all right, bat depositors feed stuky.
Ote of Joe My in' daiirary team attempt
ed to ran awav tedsy, and got far as tbe
front door of O W Harris' aurola bop when
they were stopped, jast is time to pretest a
eras of the wiadows.
Two rears sttashasssts W. :)
T L Wslkssa k
fchteld. k Co. t!72 12;
mooev TOO ess mmt a w,.ie I.Kf ..
saads by J Joseph.
rteovember all hoots and shoes bonfcbt of
Mem Bros tost rip. ran over or soles come
tooss will bs repealed by sa free of -barce.
w M s Cbogh SJ lap is now tbe leading
remedy for coagh. colde, sore throat, broo
oaitia, asthma, whooping coagh and oon
Ptioo. Large bottles 28 sad fiOc.
Solo by J A Cratatxe. DiaggisC.
as beiog $26,000, divided among sixty-tare
January 30th, 183.
Everything ia lovely in and around our
Halsey daring tbe past year (1892) haa
greatly eclipsed her former recwrd in the
improvements made, there being more
dwellings erected daring 1883 than in
the past fire years. Those built lately
area!! of modern tyles and are substan
We have never since the murder of our
fellow-townsman, Mr Whipple Haves,
had a saloon in oar city limit, which
speaks volume for the sobriety ard
moral condition of tbe people of this
viilage and community.
Fall grata In thl section I unusually
short thl Season, ahhough that m no Indi
es: lee of a poor yield.
A: a reject wc are entertained nkehilv be
the Klckapoo Indian Medicine Co. which
continues through lbs easutnrr week, thev
j give an excellent show, and everybod'v
goes to see them.
Captain Sweeney. C 8 A.Ssn Diewo. Col.
save. "Shilch's Catarrh Re-sedy is the first
wisviieiDe 1 Bare ever fonnd that would do ma
"y good. Price, 50 ets. Sold by "osatsy
M cC A RTN E Y . On Jan. 22nd, 19W.
at bodanile, Mr H A McCartney, aged
ears, ine deceased cams from Ten-
see here and resided for a good manv
years at Kodsvi lie. lis Imvm tr .
J F McCartney, of Portland, formerryof
l star n . .
.isirisourg, ana Mrs Ntvage, of Baker
sight at the opera
Is Mabjiaqe a Pajlcsb An Albany
man says that recently while ill he had
plenty of time and figured it oat that in
the limit of bis knowledge ma triage bad
been a failure in six cases ont of ten.
Recently the Democrat mentioned how
a Corrallis woman waa in Albany after
her husband. The Times says: Mrs 81cn. of thl city, .lied In Pcodletoo 00 Ian
Dancing school to
boose at 8 o'clock.
B G Cameroo. formerly of Corral 1 waa
1360 sod a foot race at Uetoe last week
Albany Is 456 miles fct-eo Spokane. We.
First class tars between the places is HMO.
Tbe tnerab rsaip of the Grange is said to
he oa the increase, and now aember shout
Motor stakes five trips daily to V wreck
addition. Lota there oa teatalimeata of
f 1 par week .
The City Council Bet last venL. On
soeooat of the illoses of Rsccrder Henton. it
adjourned notil Saturday night.
80m time daring Pebrnary the A O U W
will pn seat at the opera boose the Work
man drama, one that promises to draw a big
Mrs Mary Sloan, mother of Mr Enoch
Tub Gervais Faill es. The failure of
the Gervais bank seems to be an unfor
tunate one. Tbe Gervais merchants got
tbeir money ont of deposit.while outside
depositors failed to be on hand. County
Clerk Eagan has attached tbe property
for about $200. The president of tbe
bank also has banks at Junction, Link
ville and Sheridan. The bank at Junc
tion yesterday notified all depositors to
draw out their money on account of the
troubles at Gervais, which they did,
everyone receiving tbe amount du3. -The
bank will probably oe closed temporarily.
ed in let
sion speaking of its gratify
ing results in their practice.
That Bogus Detective, The Ore
gonian says that II J 'ihompson, the bogus
detective,'who was arretted by Officer Day
Hutcbins Sunday night, was tried for carry
ing a concealed weapon. He endeavored to
explain that he had a perfect right to do so,
being a representative of Gounod's detective
gency.of Cincinnati, an imaginary institu
tion. Judge Larev thought dinerent.y ana
fined Thompson floo. There is a good desl
of curiosity as to wbo this man i, as he
claims to be an Albany man.
Notice. To all Indian War Veterans .
All War Veteran are requested to csllon
us and make application for Land Warrant,
to which they are entitled, no cnargc
nnles successful. Call and get terms and
Mary Snell, concerning whom mention
waa recently made in these columns,
called at this office yesterday morning
and in a flood of tears told a story of an
happiness and wretchedness caused by
tbe desertion and alleged cruel and in
human treatment of her husband, J P
Snell, of this city. The statements made,
which are denied in to to by ber late pro
tector and provider, are not such as to
warrant their being paraded beiore the
public as matters of interest, but simply
indicate that the married life of Mr and
Mrs Snell, which only began last June,
baa been a stormy one and that the
present separation will secure tbe great
est good for the greatest number. It is
proper to remark that until the law dis
solve the marriage contract and trans
fers Mrs Snell to the care of others, it is
Snell's duty to contribute a sufficient
amouat of his earnings to place her be
yond the necessity of working from 4 a
m to 11 p m which she claims she is re-
qnirea 10 00 in ner preset" pvssiiuu.
Get Started Right
Then the whining schoolboy, with his
And shining mo nlng face, creeping like s
Unwillingly to school,
stopped st Cenr. & Hendricson's, the lire
grocer, snd left a long order for some
groceries, remarking thst he liked to eat
anyway, and that they kept the best groc
riea there to be secured anywhere. If you
would have the best groceries snd produce
si tbe most reasonable prices call on Conn
& Hendrlcson. They have them.
Saw Ridge Cemetery. This Is to
notif sll person lntereated In Sand Ridge
cemetery thst there will be a meeting
neld at the Grange Hall, on Sand Ridge,
on Monday, Ian 30th, 1893, at 10 o'clock
a m. This meeting I called by the come
mlttee who ha charge of the straighten
ing up and'replstting of the grounds. The
Board of Directors snd tne committee
will be present, snd wish sll person to
come and claim their loli.so we can make
a record of the ssme.
J B Roberts,
Will Move Feb. 15th. From now un
til Feb. 1 rah we will ll Boots -nd Shoes
at grestly reduced price In order to redure
our Urge slock before mcvlnir in our new
quarter. Re pecttully.
a 03. During the year i8e3, from be
J fr lo end, WH' iitark propoe te
ae t .heir reputation of having the
flcest tc.k of jewelry, watches, silver
ware, etc , In the valley, if you want the
best good at reasonable price call on
A Handsome Pbibb. k beautiful sll
ver water pitcher, now on exhibition at
F L Kenton' grocery tore, will bt given
awav on WashlnetWs birthday. A ticket
Is given for every 50 cent cash purchsse
Ladies Shoe?. I hsvs a fall lin
A ladies tine drees shoes, all sclid snd th
atest novelties in style, and reiaonall
ices. Samvel E. Yocko,
All the Sttlb to go to Mueller's par
lors with the ladies and treat them to
Coeoaand High T wafers. Served at all
CI OP st WH1 & Btsrk' when yo i sre
after diamonds, the best watches, and
the finest silverware lo be secured.
The O P. The following from the
r mes is a different view f.om that given
the Democrat by one of '.he men present
a the meeting referred to:
At the meeting of employes of the Ore
gon Pacific railroad, held in Albany last
week, Judge .1 C rullerton, who was
prexent, mad: the following statement; "I
will nee to It that you get your money. If
1 he road is noi sold on the 6th of March, I
wiil order a new sale for whatever It will
bring, if It is only enough to pay you your
TO Furnish the Y M C A Rooms.
Tae new rooms of the Y M C A will soon
be comp'eted. It 1 desired to furnish them
iust aa neat and attractive as tbe means st
command will allow, we sre depending on
tbe proceeds of the entertainment Friday
evening in tbe opera house to supply this
aid . A little help from every one will ac
complish thl worthy object, in which every
ci'.lsen of Albany is interested.
Fins cream candy, chewing ohooolat e
marahmallows, angeU food, etc at Mueller's.
Foilowirg ia the list of letters remaining
in the post olios at Albany, linn county,
Oregon, Jan 23, 1893. Persons calling for
these letter most give the date on which
they were sdvertist J .
Anderson, A A Boudv.Misa Hermtnis
Buirea, William Criber, Mr 8 A
D vie. Mr Niard fonk. Miss Lizzie
Grimm, Mr U W 2 Gatehell A S
Oow, Jim, Urilnn, Kltncr
Hill. L nsreoo, a K uiteo
Hostettur.MraEstellaKinaley, W M
Miller, Mra A
OIeu , Mrs Mary
Raoher, O E
Lindas W M-4
Psrmer, & W
2 Porter, Mr Oeo E
Schilmano, Ousts ve
Thigh, Mrs Sarah
Taos. M oni kith.. P. M
sin, and ber remain were taken lo Eocene
. . .i . i 1 t-M
ine motor makes Mr trips a day to tbe
ootb end of the track cf the Ttarerk addi
tion leaving Washington and Second street
at :, and 9:10, am, 1 JO. 2-22 snd 4:26
p mu rvsep trees of the lat.
A meeting of all charter members Und aU
interested in tbe new Third Ward Engine
"r" rMBsaiaa to meet tomorrow
night at 7:30 o clock at tbe hall cf Albany
ijvgmr is na a.
If Too wsnt to bs amnsut ut iuJ
sssth twenty-fire little tots to loogtrsia
and swallow tails in the Tom Thumb court
ship ami wedding soeoe Friday evening in
ins opera boas. Tickets on U . Will
Music store and Hodges A McFarlsnds drug
Dr Lowe, optician.
Have you read Dr Lowe's advertisement ?
Havs von seen Dr Un knt .
ii oar, wny not :
Dr Lows is a three times graduate
him about your aye.
. 3? 1f.w" " " ,0jr riabt.fit them
ngns, on pnwsare right and he'a all right.
Schnltx Bros desire to say for tbs infor
mation of al! whom it may concern that
they are now paying seven and a half cent
per pound net for pork .
Bargains st Real's,
Souvenir 000s at Will k Stark'
VIAVI Co ifficd ia Baltimore hlook
Th best ewslry at Will' Btsrk t.
Fresh eggs at F E alien k Co.
Dress goods at cost at Read's.
Underwear at cost st Read's
Everything at cost at W F Read,
("tea snd cake, 16c, at'Moeller'a Parlors
Roots sod shoes at cost at W F Read's
Buy V anier Bros corset of W F Resd
Bsrga nt In summer goods at Read's.
Trophy tes aomething fino at F E Allen k
Choice Eastern oyster st Mueller' Par
If yon want a fine amoke ask for J Joeeth
white labor cigar.
Until March 1st cvarvthiuri it coat s
Several aiz octave moan for sale at co
Call on Prof W W Davis.
Come and ee the new chil'ed nlow at
Rampa opposite pottoffioe.
White soft blanket made at thd Albanr
woolen mills for asle by F K Allen
1 no nest roast none in the oity al Urmiad
Pa ronis home industry bv amnLine the
celebrated white labor clears, manufactured
L. 1-11 W
oy jn-ios jorepn.
bras, est ate sales
Jas C Porter to Ella E Haye,!90.56
acres 13 w 4 $ 400
K '.a E Haves to J C Porter, 514.44
acres 13 w 4 7000
Frana Murphy to Albert Robin
son, lot 17, bl l.Houck's A.Al
J P Schooling to John Swffletary,
3 lots, Harris burg 278
Jas iLiltaoo toTbomaa E Mackev,
lots. bit. Ms SA. Albanv... 1750
H Arnold to W C iackson. 1 lot.
A C Hansman to A Gross, 2 lots, S
las Ware to John Bach man. 19
Anna McCormick to W B and Em
ma MrCormick .2 pieces land . 1000
W CCassell to Phillip J Baltimore.
77 feet front adtotnin Balti
more Bloek 4000
Lebanon Lodge to las J Charlton,
lot in cetnetery
S&ffig&r stV'sH ' I 'SsskF
TJ 8 to P H Crouch.40 acres 14 w 4.Patent
T rrsvesit taw Sri 9
Or any other simitar epidemic, th blood snd
tae wools system snsotd be kept in health
condition. Take flood's Saraapariils to
jive strength, ponfy the bleod and prevent
Hoods Pills cars liver ilia
Spiced pig feet.
Sweet pickles in bulk.
Sour pickles In bulk,
Lemon peel, extra eta, etc.,
For the Holidays, can be found at
F. E. ALLEN Jc CO
men and women merely
A Bto Staqe.
"All the world's a at
And all the
They have their exits and their en
One of "hir principal entrances leads
into Parker Bros grocery snd bakery
The finest groceries and the freshest pro
duee are kept, and their baked goods are
beyond comparison, consisting of a big
variety of breads and cakes, plain and
fancy, skillfully and well made. An im
portent thing to consider-
no Snots I carry, the large
ium priced snd good wearing
Hne of medi
boys, misses and children shoes In thecitr
and have juat added a line of steel shod
school shoes whicb I recommend to the
trade. Dont forget thst I repair any shoe
sen tree ot chaige.
a E TOUM
READ Dr Lowe's final announcement In
another column, lie leaves on tbe 1st of
February. He hs fitted a number of peo
ple in Albanv with glasses who ould never
he suited before. If your sight is defective
tee him st once. HI office I with Dr.
Littler, the dentist.
Km dovrs ft cm f 1 a pair up. I asrry
all line of leadtnii 1. rands in black and col
ored. Will receive novelties for the holidays
Agcnt'for'the celebrated Centcmcri glovr
SAW7BL E. YOCSO
Will ft Stark, rt jewel',
In large variety.
Teas and coffes,
C. E. BROWNELUS
f 7 HE
(Office with Dr Littler, Albany, Or.)
Will CI088 His Offiue Jag. Slit.
After a most pleasant and profitable
stay in Albanv, Dr Lowe's visit will be
brought to a close Jan 3 1st. In this con
nection ne aecires 10 return ma sincere
thanks to the doctors of Albany wbo so
kindly endorsed him, to tbe public for
their most liberal patronage.
Endorsed by the Doctors of Albany.
From the doctors of Albany,
We have examined tbe diplomas of Dr
C W Lowe and believe from our inter
view with bim that he is tboroufrhly
qualified in his profession to relieve the
various mecnaniral delects or sight by
tbe scientific application of glasses, and
as such we endorse him.
DbJ L Hill,
Iht C TJ ClI AMBKBLD",
Da G A WairwBT,
Iht J P Wallace,
Db W H Davts,
Db C C Kelly.
Till it is Eternally
' Too Late,
But call and see Dr Lowe at once as his
stay is limited to tbe above date
No made up goods used.
Frames made to fit each wearer.
Thorough exhaustive examination.
Caution No agents employed -
Note Remember tbe day. Tuesday.
Remember tbe date, 31st.
We received that cheap,
.DHIQDK JOB PBIHTIHG
It was first-class, as represented,
the price waa very reasonable,
and we advise our friends to
send their orders to
SMILEY, THE PRINTER,
Flinn BPk. -AJbanv-
ALBANY CIGAR FACTORY
J. JOSEPH, Proprietor,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Only White Labor Employed.
Prices consistent with such
Issues 200 page Dry Goods and General .
Send your name on a postal card TO-DAY
and get one.
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Oregonisn Encyclopedia coupons taken
Conn tl Hendricson's.
Lard, 12 He.
Pork-hams. 16c; shoulders, 8c;" sides.
Hay, baled, 9 is.
Vo sloes, 60c.
Dried fruit plums, 80; apples, 9o
Chickens, f4 60 per dossn,
Beef, on foot, 2o.
Uogs, dressed. 7c.
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