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ALBANYaORKGONa FRIDAY, JANUARY 15. 181K
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. na we of 'Casteri ti so unrvarsal aad
ft at rrta so Well kaowaiaat It seema a work
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Give us your Patronage.
I Insist on
Mt AHD HAWER SOPAI
K . Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft,
7 tc versay acknowledged purest .in tbe world.
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2 Sold ay trscars cm j wliere.
The Oregon Land Co
With its bome.office at
vne Gray Slock, comer Libert and State street, branch cfice in Portlaeif
flTAKES a specialty of Sunnyside fruit tracts near Salem
Jit Will sell 5, 10 or 20 acre lots at $50 to $60 ptr
a re small caah payment lone timo on balance. Write
FORTMILLER S IRING
Undertakers -:- and - Embalmers.
' C TE KEEP constantly on hand a full line of metalic. clotn and wood caskets and
VV coffins. Also burial tubes -and
-which will be sold at
EMBALMING and the proper
HO EXTRA CHARGE FOR HEARSE OR SERVICE
ALBANY - - MASONIC TEMPLE - - OREGON
Af YS r0RB lS N0W yoLI' 0F MRST-CLASS FUBNITUBE, CONSISTI.0
:IV1 of bed room sets, chsirr, lennges, ate., which I will sell at
&LBAWY CIGAR .FACTORY
pen , 1 1 a rei n m aoa l obi
tiraniatti. Ak for It,
tefUHjtaju a it. LbiAti. inptaia wrapper. Adctiw
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Sour Stcwca, Warrhosa, Eructation,
EUIa TTormj, gives deep, aad vvomotea dl
"For rovsral Tears I have rvcommaatbs
your 'Oeztaria,' and shall always continue W
do so as It has tavaxiahly jroiuced boueflcla
Eowra F. Pakdk:, M.
Uith Eest ecd Tt i.vi, New Turk City
Coxtaxt, rr Xcaaav Snuntr, Kaw Tor Cm
lJLi - BOOK
and is uni-
suits, in broadcloth, atln,cashmere, e'e,
care of the dead a specialty.
knlnM, hott Manhood. KtMhtiw lliJtSSJzEZ
yf puwsr la Generates Organs of either sax canted
itHltrrora, exeesslTa tue ot tobaceo. ortnm or stlS-
rS,J:S?S."0S 1 J!Wfc. Can ke carried la
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MR SCOTT INTERVIEWED.
Representative Scott was interviewed
by the Salem Post at follows:
The Post received a very pleasant call
tins morning from lion J li Njott repre
eentative-elect from Linn county, whose
postifllce address is Tangent. Mr Scott
is one ol the well-to-do' farmers of Linn
county and is a republican to the back
bonp. He made his canvass at the last
election on the fight for the abolition of
all useless commissions and a general re
duction in state expenses. Mr Scott is
yet undecided on the senatorial question
That is, he does not care to commit him
self. But it is generally given out that
seuator uoipu will barely receive the
support o( one member ol the Linn coun
ty delegation, there being live membora
altogether. Mr Scott, when asked what
his position would be on the commission
question, stated that he was etuptiatical
ty in favor of abolishing all the commis
sions that are not absolutelv necessary.
lie thinks that the time has come when
the expenses of this slate must be re
duced to conform to the income of the
farmers and property-owners. He does
not believe in being too close-fisted with
our public institutions, but be wants to
see that tbey are run on just as econom
ical a plan aa is consistent with the
Mr Scott will not have anv pet tneaa
nri to advocate and will be able to devote
his entire attention to the interest of the
state at large. . He said, when asked who
was his favorite candidate lor speaker of
the house, that he bad not decided pos
itively who be would support, but Uiat
he bad no objection to- Hon Chas li
Moo res of Salem, and that he was of the
opinion that this centleosan would re
ceive the support ot the bouse lor this
Mr i-cott returns tomorrow to spend
the balance of the week with his family.
and will return to Salem next Monday to
remain until alter legislature adjourns
tie will make bis headquarters at tbe
residence of Mr W T Barrows, who
lives just northwest of the East Saiein
school, be being au old acquaintance
ot Mr Scott.
Broad tires will oe Ibe sa vat ton of
Tnos Mulkey, a pioneer of Lane coint
has been sent to the asylum.
The Pacific Insurance Union is said to
be on tbe vegs of dSsfoiution. The
sooner the beiter.
Three or fourgtrlt with positions to do
general tousework. .Anyone aiihing
iielp should ca 1 and secure names.
The lots to the New York banks bv
the fc.ealiag of their own officers during
tie past lo years naa amounted to with
in a few dollars of $5,500,000.
At the bicycle rahie last nleht J B
Howard and I M Turner each threw aj
and secured the bicj ce. Turner bought
Howard's interest for 925.
Ten tear, ago Leo Stock of Cunraliis
had $100 10 pa on sccuuit of a - forged
iedorsement of a check. He has just re
ceived f 150 trum the lather of the forger
in lu.l payment.
This is no Ume fur county ".i jkloa.
Lit n counT, practical. Is a tract ot land
bout fort br forty miles, the eastern
half of the county being mountaiauaua.
snd is none too U'g. 6 coo people, the
present popu auon Is none loo trnar, in
fact '00 few to support a county govern
ment as h should be Eamtcra counties
are .uca larger in population, and di
vision ts rjtciy ranted a:.
The Sugar Pine Mi.l and Fixture Co,
of ihic ha-cite ted the following c(6
cert : Directors Geo Wr liochg.ed!cr. Ed
ward Zeiss, C VV Scars, J E Browa, V B
Vlcmteuh 1 hee directirs hae elected
he following offic-r: Pre,j?nt. O B
Moniri h; vice preUent, EJwarJ Zss;
ecfe'ary, C W Sears.
Fobtcsa'.elv Lite. Licgley, the
track-walker on the Southern Pacific
railroad from this point to Walker's
station, baa had several close nils and
exciiicg incidents, but one stormy night
txrat a week ago he met wi.n aa acci
dent on tbe long trestle near JuJkins
point tbat was a little ckwer aud came
nearer proving disastrous tbaa any of
the others. He bad started back on the
last half of bis ran and was. when be
had reached this point, running rather j
slow, as tbe rails were slippery and a
heavy wind was blowing. When about
30 feet out on tbe trestle the wind blew j
tbe bud wheel of his velocipade off tbe
track, 00 the outside of' tbe rail, thosj
throwing him off the trestle backwards.
with tbe machine to lollow. As be fell
be grabbed tbe rail with one hand and
at tbe same time tbe handle of tbe ma
chine caught one of bis feet, thus leav
ing rusi partly across one rail and almost
unable to help bimself, with bis red
ligbtoutand the train due in few
momtnte. By almost superhuman effort
be managed to extricate bimself after a
time and proceeded on bis way to Eu
gene. By a fortunate chance tbe train
was late that night or be might not bave
fared so fortunate. Eugene Uuard.
A Pbettt Debb SroBT. From tbe '
hills and dales of tbe beautiful Pleasant
Hill section of eouotrv cornea a deer
story tbat, were it not for tbe undoubted
veracity of those who have told it,
would be considered rather "fishy. " On i
the bills adjacent to that section of
country tbe bounds occasionally get on
tbe trail of a deer; and their deep baying
is heard from the distance while some
times across tittle valUyscan be seen the
race for life or death cn the mountain
sides. Very rarely, however, do the
deer, even when Lard pressed, venture
into the settled part ol the country. 1 in
Otto, who lives in that part of the coun
ty, one day last week heard the bounds
chasing a deer over on the hills from bis
place. A little while alterward be
beard a racket in bis wood shed and the
netant later tbe deer rame leaping into
is kitchen, Inghlened, end trembling
from head to foot. To effect its capture
was of course an easy matter, and it was
F M Willing, president of the board of
trade, yesterday received a letter- from
Major John A Poet, ol the united Mates
ongineer corps, stating that be will come
up to this city today and will be met
here by the snag boat Corvaliis, and will
proceed down the river to make a per
sonal examination of the tame. He
makes the examination personally and
in a careful manner so he may know tbe
exact needs of the river. Eugene Reg
ister. One river pilot knows more
in adiy about what ia wanted than 1'os
and bis whole corps could learn in a year
iu m amaii boat. 1 here naa been too
much of this monkey business.
and similar annoyances are cuised
by an impure blood, which will
result in a more dreaded disease.
Unless removed, slight impurities
will develop into Scrofula, Ecze
ma, Salt Rheum and other serious
I have for some time been
a sufferer from a severs
blood trouble, for which I
took many remedies that
did me no good. I have
now taken four bottles of ... .
g JSfJgM withtliemostwanderful results
fT!7ga Am enjoying tbe best health 1
ever knew, bave gained twenty
pounds and my friends say they never saw
mejs wed. I am ifW"
(yrexamcnt MntlngOfflce, Wuhiagtoa. D. C.
Our Treatise on Bleed and Skin Disease
mailed free to any address.
Broadhesd (famestown) dross good
stylish, well flashed, serviceable, cheap
at 8 E Young's,
A LIVE SAUNDERS ITEM.
Tbe Corvaliis Times publishes the fol
lowing very interesting Item about Sauu
dera secured by a Times man in Spokane.
It will be read with renewed interest
lleeaid; "Mne years of life in my
'cabin' with nothing to relieve the mo
notonous routine ot duty but a tireless
longing for liberty has taken about all
of the snap and vigor out ot me, and it
win be months beiore 1 recover It, it J
recover it ever. I have, I assure you
learned a lessen bv the experience. 1
made a fatal mistake when I allowed
myself to be drawn into that affair at
Albany. It was a luckless hour when I
followed the custom of my nativs state
and carried a weapon about my person
baiuod helping me, 1 will never so long
as 1 live carry another.
"I intend to remain in bookane, if I
can. J. have fl'-D lelt ot tbe fiau that
friends contributed to start me again in
life, and if I can enter a law cmce, or
establish myself in law practice I shall
remain here for the present at least."
That portion nf Saunders pardon pro
hibiting his return to Oregon la galling
to him, and there is do doubt but that
be hopes tbat Governor Lord may be
prevailed upon to remove . me state
ment that be intends to marry and re
turn to Texas is without foundation. In
fact Saunders freely allowed the infer
ence that the affair with Mies Minnie
Allison, who teaches school near Boise,
Idaho, bad been broken off. Mattie
Allison. caundsrs says, ts married and
now lives near Butte, Montana.
Saunders recounted tbe incident of
bis memorable escape from tbe Albany
jail, and said : "All I had to do was to
make my escape from my cell, for a
"friend' witb a pick bad dug out a bole
la tbe brick wall. I started to squeeze
my way through and ran against roils of
o:d wagon tire that bad been .laid be
tween the layers of bricks. Of course. I
couldn't get out. and tbe "friend" out
side bad to go borne after toots to aaw off
tbe rods. W hen I got out of the bole, it
was broad daylight and smoke was ris
ing froci many of tbe chimneye in the
town. When my partner went to go out
of tbe bo'e ia the wall tbe "friend" out
side grabbed bis feet to pull him out and
thinking tbe sheriff bad hold ot him
yelled lustily, and I bad to choke him
into silence. Once out, we made our way
cautiously to tbe river bank belcw tbe
lerry w here a boat was to bave been
waiting but when we arrived, to cur dis
may, no boat waa there. -Behind us, the
city waa fast wakening into activity, on
ca a drenching rain was falling, and in
Iront of us flowed tbe n illameite. There
was nothing to do but swiin, and witb
our clothes rolled np and tied to our
shoulders we seam tbe river and enter
ed the bushes where for two days we
staved. On tbe second night we left oar
idiog place and a tew hours later lay
down in a warm bed in tbe boute ot an
other friend near Wells station. e
were there w hen Constable Bark ban
with a porse ef men rode up to be booee
and made inquiries about u. aud then
left, s topping lo tack oa tie barn a no
tice of $2,liM reward for our capture.
dead or alive. We remained there nearly
two weeks, and if I bad been well rid ol
my traveling companion I would have
slaved there. I was in Corral. a two
nighta during tbe two weeVa I slopped
with, this "friend."
For the past few days this city Las
been "enjoying" genuine Oregon weath
er, first a shower, then a ecow flake,
then a freeaeup and last, but not least, a
mile from boiomoo.
Mrs Ir Cox and daughter Mar.e went
to Portland Monday morning to secure
medical' treatment for the la'.ter's eyes.
Brownsville is now in a genuine patch
ot clover. After being off Irom the civ
ilized world, as regards a gool mail and
raveiing service, ahe now acda herself
once more installed in a respectable sort
of a manner, breathing metropolitan
air and walking on 31gb stilts. Tbe
traiu arrives here at 7 p m and leaves at
9 am. Thanks to 8 P Co.
If the people ct Brownsville do not be
come converted this winter it certainly
a-ill not be tbe fauit of tbe nunteters.
Two revivals are now in full blast ; one
in the M E church, tbeotber in tbe First
Presbyterian. Tbe audiences are large,
but aa vet little good has been accom-
Thieves are still among tbe living.
Joba Byno killed a bog tbe firtt of tbe
week and hang tbe bams and shoulders
out side tbe bous. bene green eyed
monster, who liked bog better than be
did right, stole two bams and left Mr
Kyao to mourn over tneir -antimery
Geo Drinkard has moved into bis new
County division is tbe sols topic of dis-
cuesin in tbeee parte now-a days. Last
Monday evening a grand maes meeting
was beld in tbe opera bouse is tbis city
for the purpose ot discussing the feasi
bility of tbe above subject. A large
amount of enthusiasm was manifested
and now a number of petitions are being
circulated to secure signers praying trtat
couniy be divided. Ilia meeting witb
great approval as tbe present state of af
fairs is very inconvenient as well as ex
pensive, since the sheriff does not go
round and collect taxes any more, ana
Albany is way off in one comer of the
county all tbe people in the upper county
are unanimous in their desire that the
county be made two.
Elias Hale has been quite sick for
Ellsworth Cameion. the winner of the
recent Trine-Cameron foot race, is in tbe
city the guest of bis brother J M Limtr-
Hon V P Elmore w cnt to Salem today
to look on.
Miss Clara Cohen is visiting friends in
Miss Bessie Merrill returned tbis noon
from a trip to Portland.
G AV Kendrick returned this noon from
a trip to Colorado.
Hon S A Dawson went to Sakm today
to arrange for thj convening of the next
W It Bilycu, one of Albany's, good-
natured democratic lawyers, was in
Salem yesterday. Salem Statesman.
Mrs Amsnda Kester left today for
Walla Walla, where she will visit several
months witb ber sister, Mrs lloon.
Mrs I W Berry yesteiday evening
showed ber genuine democratic blood by
giving a social dinner in. honor of the
82nd anniversary of ben Jackson's vic
tory at the battle of Mew Orleans.
Among the distinguished ' guests were
Governor Pennoyer, Attorney-General
Chambialn, Sup. and Mrs Geo o JJon n
And Ao.n't Be. Scnsior Aliey, ef
Lane county, passed through Albany this
noon from a trip to Salem.
"Been starting the legislature have
you?'1 is id a Democrat man.
"Yes, everything Is all fixed.''
'Dolph is elected Senator, 1 suppose
"No, and won't be'
"Yes. dead sure ol it."
An Accident. Yesterday the twenty
months old baby of Charles Lafollott fell
from a hih chair, dislocating the shoulder
aud breaking the arm through the elbow.
The accident is an unusual one for a child
of tbat age. Dr Moston set the broken
bones and it is boped be will get well with
out a crippled eiuow.
Money to Loan.
We are prepared to make loans on good
mprovra larrns in sums to suit, of from
2,000 tJ 510,000.
r. Price's Cream UMng f' ndfe
A Pure Qrsoe Cream of Tartar F ; . .
ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT. '
Mrs A J Aiphine, of this city, was on
her way across the bridge to the tlover
dala school house, whsre she teaches, when
she was assaulted by a man ntmed Frank
Marsball.a former resident of Salnm . Ti,
man passed along ahead of Mrs Alphir.n at
Hnst, then siowevt up and followed her,
nuaiiy w&iKing ngainsi ner ana to lowing-
her from one side to the other of the
bridge, taking nud of her shoulders. Then
Mrs Aiphine showed the right kind of
spirit ami brose nor umiipdla up on his
head, febe returned to Albwy, found her
husband, woo swore cut a complaint, and
Marshal Lee arrest od the man. The fellow
bad on other occasions bung around tbe
school house some, though he denied thii.
He was examined before Justice Freerksen
ana nnea e-v. in uemuu 01 wnicn be was
committed to Jail. 1 be offense u oae de
serving a severe punishment.
LteTor Patekt granted to Pacific
states Inventors this week. Reported by
0 A Snow & Co, solicitors of American
and foreign patent, opp U S Patent Of
M V Arm iron?, Los ATrirelea. Cal. bi
cycle canopy; H Bailey, WUIamina. Ore.,
baling press: P.K Cool, Sacramento, Cat,
carburetor; 14 Fischer, San Franctsce. Cal,
metallic bung: J r orrest. Medical Lake.
wash bicycle; C S Hardy, San I'leo, Cal,
refrigerator-car: C R Pethin. San Fran
cisco, Cal, blackboard-eraser: M Y. I'eUr
ton, Igo, Cal. combined Sour scoap and
sieve; J V Raymond, San Franciico. Cal,
starting aparat'ia tor gas-engine; a Kopp,
Ban Prnnriaro. Cal. roaAinir furnance: I 1
i'abin & W Hampton, San Francisco. Cal,
leiepiione indicating apparatus; j Mite.
Saleni, Ore, label rnanipuhtting device; i
Wade, San Dieeo, Cal, clothea-drier; H
Weber, North Temescal, Cal. ootiuz ap-
para'us; G W Wi-, Warner Lake, Ore.
Let it Rem ah. A correspondent from
ilarrisbarz in the Herald sas: Linn is a
grand, good count v. the third in wealth
and peculation in the state, and let it re
main so." That ia tbe idea, exactly.
ShaJ we be at tbe bead of tbe list, with the
prospect of going up a number or haii we
dropdown to the bottom. Every loyal
resident of the county should not btsittte
to take a prompt and emphatic position on
this question. Our represenUttivee. elected
to serve tbe people should show their metal
aad oxdoubtedly will. There is not a
single good nsuoo in favor of division. It
U not far to Albany from any of the differ
ent inhabited parte, no mountains divide
ut. tney are on our eastern border and play
little part ia the county government. It is
prouacie toe question wui not be sertoosiv
eonwlered I T the next legislature at nil.
Old Linn, one and inseparable!
A Low Lavr. Today the stale board.
composed ot governor, treasurer and secre
tary A state made tbe annual levy of state
taxes ol only tew etils. This inclades
f WJ for state mtiiUa. 1 50.0 JO for S ale
I ruvewity. which until were raited
by special taxes. Tbe total levy of three
mills is tbe lowest seen ia many years. Tbe
board estimates that 3 mills on tbe state
valuation as equalised will produce fill.
WO. To lots is to be added as available
foods a rarpltts of annsed appropriation
of lSi aad I M, heretofore let led, of about
"217,(). and misceiianeoas receipts of
I "9 and estimated receipt of about
fI) making a total of &H3.003. which, ad-
ded lo the prewut levy will produce
OOO. This sum is beiuned to 1 enough o
oeiray ail tae expenses of 1S.5. .oornal.
It rant be anv too lew, aad if Linn county
will do as well our people will have noth
ing to com 1 Jain of.
lf2-lS95. Soch u the record of F H
Hammer, fleaeral CommUsion Merchant.
'l5an! I1T Davis St. SanFrocico. Ia
the exigencies coanet-ted with tbe Prodoce
market, there are but few Looms in the
state of California.wbo count vacb a record.
Being members ot ! San Frantisca Pro
duce Kichinge and the Ma Francitca Kx
cbange, the fcsre Uw best faciUtie for
baadiing ail kinds of rodoe. grain, apples,
bides. v ool, poultry and especially poultry
and fruit. One ctf tbe features of tbis
bouse is a desire foe correpcdH regard
ing any kind of battce telaiiog to the
best way to market produce, etc. Wnte
them and yoa will keep posted.
A New DErarrcac ProeUstel k Lamb
propose making thing interesting ia Al
bany the coming year. Tfcey will give our
citizens a inetropuatan store, and will add
a feature lo ctean amateur sport not en
joyed here before. Tbey bave leased tbe
public square in front of tbe court house
and will pat upon it a bicycle track, a lawn
tennis court, and convenient seats for
watching the different gam , the land
stand will be moved to tbe ce- 'er of tbe
grounds. Eveaines this will become a
center ef attraction for tbe best grade of
amateur sport. I.i their store they will
carry all kinds cf sporting goods, with wa
gons and agricultural implements in the
Wait a Bot Dip. Oa Christmas d-.y
Ralph Fuber "s son. of Sodaville, received a
t'hriitmas present of a toy air gun. Young
Fisher pointed the gun at Mr West in
sport, and when the latter ordered him to
put it down the boy said it was not loaded,
and to prove his statement pulled the trig-
gevr. cn was nil uy a uouuie o suoi
in the left cheek, the shot passing in about
. halt inch when its torce was stopped
gainst a tooth, inflicting a painful wound.
Dr Prill cut tbe shot out. Corvaliis Ga
rette. Fresh Did It. The Advance ia giving
the history of tbe counterfeit case at 1 eb-
anon gives Charles Fresh the credit of
starting the movement for the arrest of
Davemert. He was assisted bv A F Stowe,
as agent of the government and went under
tbe instructions of tbe U S Detective
Harris, of San Francisco. Pretending to
be a confederate Fresh took counterfeit
money from Davenport and pretended to
pass it, and thus secured his evidence.
Friday snd if turdiv rain and cco.er.
River, to.6 lect.
Parlies wishing Ice Cream In anv quan
lity gie Mrs Vlereck's a call. Cor 3rd
and BroadsiDin suxei.
is the verdict
0 f millions. "
lator ia the
V only Liver
jLjCffOf w Kidney
can pm your
faith for a
on the Liver
uet3. 'Try it
Sdd by ail
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to ba taken dry ormadeintoa te.
The King of Liver Medicines.
1 havo used yourHlmmonr Liver Reir
Into and can conscientiously say It ts the
king of all llvsr mediulnes, I consider It a
medicine chest in itself. tiao. W. Java
., " mg-SWBX PACKAQK-S
ag tic T'aaip 1 red oa wrapsMos
T HE ROYAL
I A other brands
' 5- .w. v viMliJMUllHlj M
shown by both the U. S. and Canadian Government Reports.
The other baking powders contain from 20 to 80 per cent less
leavening gas than the ROYAL. So the ROYAL, even should
it cost more than the others, would be much the cheaper.
In addition to this the superior flavor, sweetness, wholesome
ness and delicacy of the food raised by ROYAL BAKING
POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant
- Highest of all in leavening strength.
Latest U. S. Government Food Report
Mr Frank Power, secretary of the Salem
Water Works, was in the city today.
License was Lamed todav for the mar-
rii.ee of H C Biljeu aad VVUima Calaan.
Mr J L Fuller, of the Raval tnnraiw
Co. is in the city on bis way to Lebanon to
adjust the loss in a recent fire.
Wr Walter if KLhum will Uar. .t
Monday for Salt Lake Citr. where ha will
spend the winter with his wife, son and
SI rs Burge and sob Frvddie. of the Coe
val lis tamace W oris, rvturns! hnai tn.
day after a visit in Albany. Mrs Borge
was a former neighbor of Mr J A Camming.
I rem reliable soorcea it ia kur-nml that
Mr P Kab was ia Albany tbis week visit
ing his "folks." Should these visits be
come more frequent due notice will be
given. At rrc-wnt. tbey occur only tri
weekly. Con allu Uaxette.
Slias Mamie Condiff. cf this citr. Las
made arrangements lo go to Saleta and
take elorutionry lesxms under f'ref Mrs
lirowB of Willamette L'bivernty, pro
nounced one cf It. a best lutructors ca the
c xut. M is Cur.di J esrects to remain cn-
der ber imtructioej fur about three months.
A t4ej-act third ward affair waa a birth
day f arty on Jaa 9th ty the rraptls ia Mi'
Dirwi Marsbals iwni in the new school,
given to aitss Jessie Cos, at tbe residence
of ber father, ia hoaor of her llth birthday.
There were seventy six jrwetst.
The Helena Independent tays: Mist
Alice Cbesshtr. of Lebanoo. Ore., was mar
ried to O U LawrttKe, of tbia Citv. at ?
o'clock yesterday evening. Jan 2, by Ber K
U brace, at M faul as t. church. I acre
were present at the wedding- a number of
Salvation Army friecds. Mr susd Mrs
lawrenre will mak (aeir home ia Heiesa.
Tbe bride is a daughWr of J W Cbea4iir of
SxLavil!. t-i has tbe best wLaes of raanv
frieni in Lebanoa aad vicinity.
A diratch from Bostoa veterday states
that the Amerkaa board of foreign mis
sioos has decid! to grant tbe nqoest of
one of their missionaries, who knows the
languxge and le country aliout IVu Batw
pass, to be permifed to asit in tbe search
lor tbe mining round-tbe-worid bkydut.
Frank Lent, supposed to bare been kt csr
kilted in Turkey. Every person alcfeg the
route wbo ts;et the daring yocng birvdist
aill watch wi'Ji interest tbe rSud made to
Mr Cbbe Tetera shipptd fa herd of
wine to Portland this morning by river.
A gar.g of moonshiners is said to be
workmg In the foothills near Sweet florae.
The freight rs.e O" hir bctaeen Abanv
acd Fort.aad has been rrducvd to $t 40
The officers of Organs Encampment No
5 1 O O F of tbst city wilt be installed this
evening. All memuers are requested to
Preachis- ai St Pauls M Church
South Sundsv nam, Sabbath School 10
a m, prvachl.ig 7 ;jo p m. l C McFar.
THE ALBANY KINDERGARTEN.
An axiom of the Kindergartet is: "We
leara by djir.g." A community can only
learn the advanlajfev of tha KiattenrarbHi
by bavins it in its midst. aa Francisco
bad had free Kindergartens for a number
of years, and yet makng them, in some
sort, a political question (!!) they ert
fooght out of tbe Public school for a kms
period, la tbe face of the testimony of the
Chief of Police such a fight coo id not be
maintained for ever. It was this: "That
out of 9000 Kindergarten graduates only
three have ever been committed for a crim
inal offense. '
A well known child-worker giv-a the fol
lowing, eight' points with regard to this
1 1 he tkinttercarten develores the three
fold nature of tbe child.
! Its object is the formation of diame
ter by means of an r arm onions develop
ment of tbe body, mind and soul.
3 This 1 accomplished by means of ulav
childlike, wcrk, and constant exercise in
. ..-l 1 . I it.
1 ne rvinuenrstrcen sess .0 ueveiop ice
individuality of each child.
5 It furnishes him witb the companion
ship of bis equals, through whom Le gets
his tint lessons in citirensbip.
- 6 It affords tbe best transition from
home to school life
7 It provides the bot preparation for
o It strives to prepare the child not on
ly for time, but jr eternity, by enabling
him to grow into what he can be, and what
God meant him to be.
With regard to tbe seventh point, the
Supt of the City Schools of Boston, re
ceived answers from the eighty-six pri
mary teachers, (to whom he addressed ques
tions) which embodied the same fact.
At home in Albany, the following show
the same experience: .
"la my primary wcrk 1 have found that
children who have been in the Kindergar
ten are considerably in advance of those
who enter the primvy grade without such
instruction. Their perceptive powers have
been quickened and they seem to be better
able to express tbeuuelves. They are
brighter in many ways.
N. Adda Hast,
"In my experience, I have found that
children having Kindergarten training be
fore entering the public school, as a rule,
are better able to begin the work in the
public school, and have considerable ad
vantage over other children, who enter
school without this training. The powers
of memory and attention have been trained,
which is very useful in beginning their
school work. - Maby Pkdowiqk. .
Albany Public School.
The parents arc equally appreciative, as
seen by the following:
"We the undersigned, wbo have bad
children in Miss Drouner's Kindergarten
the last two mouths, consider the training
very good. We are perfectly satisGed with
tho Kindergarten methods, and with Miss
Brouner's way of carrying them out:
Mrs W 11 Lee, Mrs F H Young, Mrs A
B Mathews. Mrs V P Nutting, Mrs J J
Wliitnev. Mrs S N Steele. Mrs W Fort-
miller, Mrs Q W Simpson, Mrs Belle
Sjfera, Mrs E W Langdou, Mrs IVY Dun
can, Mrs 1) F llarduian.
By the aid of the Kindergarten Associa
tion of Albany, the teaching of each child
costs but 10 cts a day, which surely could
not be bettor bestowed.
' Miss Brouner reopens her school on if on
day, Jan 13th, at 9 o'clock, in the W 0 T
U ball. " Sice. Association.
BAKING POWDER is more economical than
because of its rrrntrr Yitrninrr cfronrrti,
novAt aaiowo powocb co, 10s wall rrtntw-voax.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL.
You Can Here Kp Track of Your
Hon Jel Meyers was in the city today.
Mr Say, of the Brownsville Bank, was
la the city this noon.
Capt X B Humphrey, of Pendleton, ia
on his way to fealem
Mis J W White went to Oregon city this
noon 10 visit ner motner.
Mr O W Kendrick has sot returned
from Colorado, as. reported, bat is lying
iu were near ueaver.
OraCopeland. Pan Hurley, Zenas lavis
and Uus Uerow, of Toledo, were in the city
yesterday, on their way to Victoria, where
tbey will ship on a sealing cruise.
Mies D D Geiseedorfer. of Albany, wbo
has been elected te 11 tbe vacancy ia tbe
corps of teachers of tbe tthland public
echcrJi caused by the resigaition ot Miss
Warner, arrived ca auesday's train from
tbe north. be baa charge of the 4th and
Vb grades at tbe south building. AahUnd
Prof W J ( ra.f wd. of Spring vISey,
has twenty eight goals heimm? him to tm
his grub Uad into a tillable shape and says
they are a preStaUe success. If ytm hire a
man to tlsar aa are cf bra by land, there
is so raarh money oet with bo returns for a
year or to. but Wr Goal chargve nothing
lorioewcrs exctpt ice bvicg be makes
out of it. Dallas Itetnixer.
BliX Paswed. It will be reasemfcjered by
our leaden that about eigfateea months ago
a maa Cled oa a portion of North Browns
vilSe. and tbat excitemect raa high. Later
oa Kicger Herreasa introduced a bill ia
the tloose of Keprmestasirns f ir the relief
of our eiUseas; t. e . that O P Coshow be
aathoriaed. oa the payment of two dollar
and Sfty rests per acre, within six months
after the apprcptiaUoa of said art, to nuke
cash entry of sail land, at the La ad Uthce
si Uregee City, and upon making the en
try he shall deliver to each persoo rJairain
to own ;mpert here, a deed.da!y executed.
conveying to s-jrh persons the parcel ef
land ned by him. lb ealry, wbea made,
shall be trarumttted to the IComraitaioDer
cf the General Land OSke. and if he is sat-
tsSed tbat it ts in ccaformtty with said act,
and that deeds have bees ten lred by tbe
entry man to the various property boiicrs. a
parent scan be issued to Mr l.6ov. By
tetegrams received by W R Kirk axi O P
Cosaow from Feca!ir Mitchell aad Repre
sentative Hermann we leara that tke bill
Kswd the senate this week aad that the
eaident will approve it. Xotbwithstand
ing that t his is the beat possible course that
could "have been parroed t y our citiaena
they will be out about $500 in coot cah.
Frccasa. The Brownsnlle Times oca
tains a two column article ia fir or of a
division cf Linn county, one tbat will have
little weight with loyal members of old
l.mn, ooe of tbe banrcr counties of Orecrn
The proposed ccunty wtu!d be 19 by TO
auisa. aad according to tkr paper the two
counties would contain ti,c fr-.llowing:
aloe of property in incorporated twcs
and cities north of line, f2.22l.739; KKih
of line. s-i.T6.4T6; amount ia coontrv north
of tine, td, 189.631 ; south of line. t2.SaO.-
MJ; total amount in towns, cities and
country north of line. $5.40$. 170: south of
line, t3.S23.B33: total amount of taxes at
1-J mills, on towns, cities and countrr
n-irth of line. t$l.l22 50: south of lie".
I49.S59.02: total amouat of taxable prop
erty ia Linn county. $$.732,105: total
amount of taxes at 15 nuil in Lion county
TartLixx DELOArrov. The States
man says: Tbe Linn couuty delegation
have a nice suite of rooms on Commercial
street engaged for their ue, in which thev
can meet and caucus at leisure A States
man reporter dropped in or. tbem jester
dav and found thw present Snator A J
Johnson and Representatives T Fleming
Smith and W A Templeion. Represent -
ative J H Scott had gone to Portland and
Nrnator S A lawtca had not yet got
through shaking hands with numerous
'friends after alighting from tit 1:40 train.
They are pleasant, unostentatious gentle
men and will be found practical, reliable
legislator?. They have no particular
hobbies, but in the language of Senator
Johnson, will work for the best interest! of
the whole state, thereby helping their ewn
county as a part of the state
If eld roa thk Ubasd Jcbt. The ex
amination of Frank and Luke Jennings, at
Lebanon, for counterfeiting, was complet
ed last night. The justicejield both men
under 12000 bonds to await the action of
the U S grand jury, and they were taken
to Portland this morning by IVputy U S
Marshal Georye Humphrey. Tbe Demo
chat is informed that tbe evidence is en-
tirrly insufficient to do anything with them
ktipon trial oeiore a l s itirv: that the on v
Evidence against Frank was a year old. he
t : s - . ' , 1 ,
naving passeu a counterfeit, coin, wnicn ne
made good upon information of tue fact.
The case was stubbornly contested and will
be before tbe U S court at Portland.
Se.ntk.scei Commited. A gentleman
who was iu the city yeiterday from Salem
stated that it waa pretty reliably reported
mat uie sentence ot Morgan Yvasgout bad
been cpmmu'ed to four years and that of
Prof Russell to eighteen months. As th
governor recently has given out nothing
tor publication icese livings nave to be
captured on the corners.
An Absolute Cure.
The Origins! AbislineO'ntment it or.lv
put u; in large two ounce tin boxes, and 1
an abso.ute cure for old sores, bums,
wounds, chapped hands and all skin erup
tions. Will positively cure all kinds of
piles. Ask lor the Original Abletlne
umtmenr. eoiu oy r oshav X Mason at
35 cents per box, by mall So centa.
Priae'a cream BiUag Powder
WorU's Fair rushes! Award.
40 Loaves of Bread for $1.00.
- Let everybody conns to ths Star Ba' ry
and geo loaves of freih bread forJt.co
HOME AND ABROAD
A Mixture to
O'l at Klein & DubrilVs aad
for their bargain shdea.
Ia order to make room for sr riof coeds
winter boots will be sold at cast by Xjcm
Sc Dulrfui le.
Base bail at the armory resiutu ass t"ia
F company and the Haaplkii sms.
form. ' '
Arrtagemeata are being sssaa Jjf sW
door hand lawn tennia at the T l sL
Tbe boys of Astoria rnmse tbisaswWrsri
by shooting sea-zulls with beet, shoX'i
on en auuag tnesa.
Reports from as far south sw Asa land
show heavy rs'n and wind stiih tempera-
tare averaging about 58.
Nearly all the recubiiraa papers of
Orrgoa are anti-Doiph. Una be be stec-
ed ia the face of this fact.
Relief l oeedad for some of the cf?r-
er of the recent Silver Lake fcolocausf.
Some of the families are reported to be tn
About the bardett ra:o'erm of the win
ter occurred fe day. It made street car
frame lively, a crowded car going to the
depot at noon .making so heavy a load the
car supped on ihe end of tbe track
Dr Jeky'J and Mr Hvde was wreswaUd
but eight to a fair sized hocse ia a falcat
ed minoct. xr F tench has aa excellent
company and they do this play ia a a man
ner to receive t!e sppUnse ef their a-c-
Harrisburg has a Sundae School whh
foliowlsc oicers ; George Ilesdersoo.
saperintend'ot ; f tarry Wi son, Aut Supt;
Miss Jean kTcOiniel. secretarv: Mrs
BemU, tn-asarer; Ethel RkUle, hurarian :
S A liulin, cbortster; Miss Cecil Ramer,
Sio secret sooetes can sow boast of
having an elegant txil.the equal of wfcich
Is seldom fnund in similar sized towns.
The celling sed wail have been decorated
with paper ar.a fresco, and the wood work
ith paint acd varnish b Jfeasra Hart &
Danna s, Aibanr's leading (Uurirsri,
which is a guarantee that the srork is well
and neati done and of which taev have
no reasoa ! feel aahasued. Sdo Press.
Rev G M Irwia. Sarwrintendentof Pab-
lic Instroctioa ekct. amved lis Albany this
noon and will preach ia the Presbyterian
church totnorrow, morning aad evening.
Other services as usual.
United PresbrtiTiaa: Services ecndsK't-
ed by tbe paster. Morning subject. "After
Commission what Xext?" S S at 2i3t: C
E 6 JO. Evening service at 7-Jt). 1M
are welcome to our services.
Services morning and evaaing ea to
morrow at the Cocgregatieaat ehurca.
Object at 11 o'clock, "An Iron Hearted
Pnmhei." Is the avrainir. -Saanst (iomd
Thisgt ia tbe Life of Saamgar ' eVsskesI
each night daring next week. Dr C F
C lapp will be present during a tart wf thisJ
Mews meeting tomorrow, Jan Eth. at 4
p 111. Lev McKee will te toe ptincipwl
speaker. Men and bojs will be made wel
come. Lome tLri'tiaiss aad throw out tbe
Saturdav and Sunday rain and slightly
cooler. River at 3 p m, n.6 w.th pros
pect of a raise of 4 ft for the next as. hours
F M French, dirplaymasx.
Local Txacheks' Ixsmvrm. A tsssjk
era local institute will be he's! skMsassW, f
January 12, ISiio, at Shedd.Uask t.wj
Two sessions during tha day wtti IS) fiisH
On Atnniav nn-ht a lv-tni-i will bw ssissassi
by Prof. Louis Baraee, oi JcfacwsSa. t 'p
biect is: "Patrons' Kelatioa sw watf
School." All teachers and patrosas arl
cordially invited to be preaeat and sala L
part in the discussions.
A. K. KcTHaxroaa,
Brings comfort and improvement at
tends to personal enjoyment wh.v
rightly used. Tie many, who live tx
ter than a therm and eujoy life mere, wi
less expenditure, by mere prampi .
adapting the world's best products t
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value ta health, of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced ia the
remedy, Svrup ef Figs.
Its excel leaca is due to ita presenting
in the form atast accepUUe and pieas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of apsrfeet lax
ative ; effectually cleamstig the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and foveas
and permanently raring censtipation.
It has given satiafaation te millions and
mat with the annreval af the medical
nmression. because it acta on tke Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable auostaaca.
SvrrjD of Fisrs is for sale by all irusr-
gists in f 0 cent bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name ts printed oa every
package, also tha name, Syrup of Figa.
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute K awe.
is the BraT.
I' "saw"" r wuwLtj JUU;
JE a. a . .
y LAD ICS
Ts esus save sss)ey fcr mrsssIss VV . L.
ue masaiactarcrs at
rbsca its ia tbe world. as4 raaraaizc
sine bv stamps tk ..'1 M
tke botwn. whic.i protects y sgaimt Ugh
nsrt aad t n-.4iniaD s ptcfiu. Oarsboe-s
cqsal c-asswn worfc Hi My:, cmty t'Uag mzz4
smrisr camis. Vj havr tacss s;i crv.
wkere at knrrr pr.rr far tin vj!m r:vrs iv-s
suv other make. Tstt st nUia: . 1 -dealer
caaaot mpi-lf Jfc--, w cai 1.1! 1
THE t.E BLAIN
Red Crown Roller Ms
Bast Soar Sor Lanultssd bakers ssef
BEST STORAGE FACILITIES'.
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
fcrnlses and Strains,
Hajtta t $adiUe Sores,
Sciitlca, -t '
An Cattle Ailments,
ATI Horsje Ailments,
AH Sheep Aliments,
Membrdne and Tissue
Quickly to the Very
Seat of-Pain and
Ousts it in a Jirfy.
Rub in VigDroiXsIy.
et?J ITiirregt coociBsrt
JUakaw Aaw er Beast vreil
ARE TOE "BE5T
wko care to pay a little more thaa the cost
of ordinary trade cisareres will d tie
UPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS
Made from the highest cost Gold Leaf
gvowa ia Virginia, and are
m. b. . in." i! giro ass tun totam
is sntd aw3r (Kwuiva wntuw rasimEilMh by
ints onir. tonisa ak M
ctuckassw; Mcfat Lam; Evil Onsms: lek cf
tuBBds?isw: Xervoawiesa; 1 ssi ijtade; ail Draiss:
lsaof Fowwof Uw(ivssrauT Oraas ia siUtee
sax. casisssl bf evr-exrtHK, Yoathiui Errwrs. or
Xxossmva Cs ot Tutwceo. tHua r Lnjuor.
sslnch lisiiis siiserr. Owtsaaption. liuity
sea Dsata. By mail, tt a box; six toe kwita
WVattsw aasswatsw ta ear ce sohutd bsm..
Sample iwtus rantuinrce liv dsjs' treaunewt.
wtsa fall icstrueuoBs. S cams. One tamr -osUysuld
toeaca persua la mial.
J A Cumming, sole agent, Albany, j
IM" $ Erfjnio-Cslsrs.
SjIM erHw assrt fcr yuu or Sic
Lstwnsl xr rnl Sen!s; sfeaftir Kls.
Botuaa. Gtnt. Kklacr I isaidri. Acid l5
wtk.. limis Anrtuon (or Alcufeolta
su(MruuMM4 i'ru ILL 2i ttai ijL ..m-.
THE ARNOLD CHESICAL 0.
ISIS. Wester .tvecae. CKiCACQL
Sold by all druggists.
DO I0U SSOW
OR. FEUX LE BRW3
5M HSO FEPYBOTE FILLS
r tl onjrtita) and ocry lt3KNCH. alaid r-
tiaAMCfyv on t& market, rrtt twut oy
uoatuno oi. t oaijf txf
I A Cumm ing, sole gent A-tv,
.sia full TTtaS SIX. Tb ninij
i ?1 ' bsKos; iigsKk i eU cti fs l swai sa,
if mm W iiiisaw AjssMa cf Ls ta-j r tta ry .
ssbVS, rsVSttrs 9tS99 Oi slaet sir
sMiubTOSjsl Bnl puiswiwaaa r.-aia-ImN
U U UM stisstaaj CasAll
wysssda sn ?t ia t ptmibew taat ail ssr
am wosw sail A imusi ; tas ta hbo tw f
tasowar sstrtAaty latrrniim AxwucrTA
J A Cummtng, sole agent, Albany.
II ssi r fla at
Vry an as