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ALBANY Ofl&GON, FRIDA . NOVEMBER 1, 1895.
V. r pCTTISS, raklUkcr sad ITrsarlalsrCSa"
Catorialssowadaro children that
t recommend it aa superior to any prescrtpMon
aowntomo." H. A. Aacsn, X. D.,
1U Bo. Oxford SC. BrookSja, V. T.
MThe naa of 'Castoria ia as ralnm and
At merits aa id knows that It seams a work
af snperarogatiootoendoraait. lavaiatha
fciUnifBot fssaOfes who do Bat suns Cat Hit
within easy roach."
Casus aUasra, a. a,
Hw York Ctty.
Tn Cnrr tra
University af Oregon--.. 1895-1896.
Tae University of Oreiron. Ennn (Wr r.. .:.- ......
Bachelor rYf T Vi'.fy t&ree baccalaureate degrees,
t7ur of itad wif 'Scle1Ce.Qi BcWor of Letters with corresponding
orleil'?' . llo wing shorter coarsea are also offered: An English
Wi? 'V?0 year? 10 bJMlne8 diploma and in three years to the title
S tte d ,nV&DCed ""J8 -d"" of normal schools teaoing
the dSS ff of redgogy ; a Uiree wears coarse in civil engineering leading
fftt 0f. Clyl .enSu,eer : waraa of two years for teachers of physical edu-
auon leading to a diploma and the UUe director of physical education The
tefT -T cttAr&? a" ' of ten dollars whicS is war hTivanc
SwtaJSi?1'- Stud?nta LoWiDlJ diplomas from the pabUcechools and uTost
eita'tt- nutted to the preparatory department witW
- Office Stationery ft Specialty
Give us y oar Patronage.
GRtf The Buffet Oarffloute.
r Shortest and Quickest Iiine
pacific coast pcmrs,
ST. PAUL HID TflEEAST,
Croest-s both the Cascade aal the Rocky afoontaiBS in DAYLIGHT, affording paesec
gers aa opportmuty of viewing the
Two trains daily fr m PorUaad; ona at 11 a. tm , via Seattle, and one at 8:55 p. m..
via O. R. Jk N. and Spokaoo. Rubs raprvh eqaipmeat, cansimin of dining can, bnf
fe- library can. pilaco and opboistcrd tourists sleeping cars- The buffet library car
are marvels of degaaee aad comfort, enntaining bath room, barber shop, easy chair,tc.
Twin steaawhips. "NorthwesT and Northland, leave Dolotb every Monday and
Friday for the "r oo,' Uakinac Island, Detroit, Oereland aad Buffalo in connection
with the Gnat Northern Raiway. have your tickets read via the NORTHERN
STE4MBHIP COMPANY and enjoy a delightful ride fee from the beat and dost For
tickets and general information call on or address
R. C. STEVENS. G. W. P. A., A. R. C. DENNTSTON, C. P. & T. A.
C12 Front St, BeatOe, Wash. 122 td St., Portland 0
Thi ithi wheel that nn illnret Inf'Beari.ig the Cycling Aatnoritr of Amer
.i mi, i9s vr th fnllowinir
Mihuii'i Cvdi Ertibition. "
Ofit admire! aid tk! of hieo grsd bicrcts in to- world today. Want a bicjele
ustrate 1 Cttalog.18 fe. Ikoii4 Bictci, Co, Indianapolis. Indiana. U. a A.
E E. GoM.exc!uve agent for Albany
If A ly!T
ALPASMY OSCAR FACTORY
Castoria porta OoUo, Constipation.
Sour Stomach, Diarrhcsa, Eructation,
EDs Worms, gtvas stop, and promotes dl
"Jbe several year 1 haw recommended
'Oastoria, and shall always eontinoe to do
an, as i haa invariably prodnoed hsnrtHal
Eown F. Pakdks, X. D
Cofcrurr . TT Hsbjux
Nsw Toax Cat.
E Yoqd, Women's Chris-
title: "Tn handsome Model ohown a
It i the Wuvbrot SoctcnR aad Is lbs
A training school
ichers. Complete eight grade training
partment and strong Professional ana
The Diploma of the school entitles
one to teach in any county in the state
without further examination.
Board and Lodging, hooks and tu
ition. ilSO Der vear. rVoajt'ifnl and
healthful location no saloons. There is
a gooddemand for well trained teachers :
there is an over-enpply of untrained
teachers. Catalogue cceenuny sent on
J.A. Wash PL. Campbell.
4 V 6
The following n les passed by the state
board ol horticulturalUts will be of in
terest to all fruit raisers :
Rule 14. Thirty cents an hour.iuelud
nig time of leaving home, inspection and
returning home of inspector, and othtr
expenses. When nursery dock, trees, or
plants are found to be infected peats, 50
per cent will be added. On all fruits the
inspection fee shall be (1 on any sum up
to $35, and $2 on any sum over that
amount, and $5 for car load lots, in
spectors must be paid in all cases before
a certificate is granted.
Rule 15. During September or Octo
ber of each year, all nursery stock, trees
w piauis grown ior sale by any person
within the state, shall be inaneAwit h
the comroieuoner of the board or a dep
uty. hen the stock, trees or plants
are louna worthy of a certificate of free
dom from injurious insects or diseases.
the inspecting offfcer sha&be compelled
to disinfect by fumiioa with hydrocy-
ama aow gas an apufe trees, or other
stock grown on apple roots, after lifting
me same ana oeiore aeiivering to pur
cna-ier or carriers, and in caae fumiga
tion is neglected certificates shall be void
All persons are prohibited from carrying
any such nursery stock, trees or plants
irom any point wiuiin the state to any
other point within or without the state,
until they have been inspected. All
such shipments must be accompanied by
the certificate of the inspecting otficer or
an authenticated copy.
The fee for inspection of nursery stock
trees or plants, and issuing a certificate
therefore, shall be 3 and actual ex
penses per day, and must be paid before
uie ceninaie is graniea.
Dedicated .o Julias and Elizabeth
Ullie, if you cannot weep,
Taste of this, and then you can;
Jnlius, if yoor heart goes' thump,
Taste of this and be a man.
If papa and mamma faint.
Let them taste this onion sweet ;
If brother and sisters droop,
This will put them on their feet.
If the minister lacks strength.
Here it is in very truth ;
All who taste of this rank rift
Will receive the strength of youth.
This, the cure for all life's ills. ,
I shall send to vou, mv loves,
Hoping that you'll ever be
Happy as two turtle doves.
Compliments and congratulations of
H s O .
The above accompanied a fine strong
onion preaeniea to una nappy couple,
residing near Attanv. noon their wed
ding day, the 2nd inst. Among far more
beautiful and costly giftstbis oni n lust
ily holds its placeand to friends calling
. i-. i i - - i ...
upon iub oriuat pair it is enown wiin ine
utmost gravity. II. c.
Beautiful weather, with everybody
busy. Some though are ready for rain.
Will Rhodes is running his dryer this
week with a full force drying apples by
Will Thompson and Paul Perry have a
contract cutting wood for Mr. Spellinger.
Samnel Crooks is out wi.h his engine
and saw, making the fir fly for those
that hire their wood ecu
George Eirchet and family returned
last Sunday from a weeks visit in Mar
ion and Clackamas counties.
Elmer Groshang is helping Mr. Jones
with his fall work.
Dud Kamey and Fred Yaheneling at
tended the Richardson sale nearScio last
Saturday, they report a big crowd with
prices high. Joeii.
F. M. Parsons, of the Albany prairie,
ill leave in a few days for Paulina to re
Miss Etta Beamer. the talented vo
calist with Her Aamold is a former pupil
of ProL Parvin.
Solomon Woods and nephew, of Wil
low Creek, Crook county, were in the
Herman Bnrrell. lu well known sport
ing man of Portland, has gone with his
pack ot bounds to .bastern Oregon to
J. E. Barnett, the lunch counter man.
was called to Albany last night on ac
count of the illness of bis brother, W. A.
Barnett. fealem Journal.
Mrs. Hollenbcck, recently fn Albany,
one of Eugene's leading music teachers
and vocalists will probably assist in an
Albany recital in a few weeks.
A pleasant social event was a party
given last evening by Mrs. Ed Redeker
to several newly married couples. Cro-
kinole was the leature ol the evening. A
delicious lunch was also served.
Herbert Satchwell, formerly of Ash
land and a bmber of Ray Batch well of
the Pacific Postal office here, was mar
ried at hhedds. Linn county, Oct. 6th,
to Miss ellie Pugh ot that place. Mr.
Satchwell is b. P. station agent at bbedds.
Mis Ashland mends will extend congrat
ulations. A8biana xiaings.
State Treasurer Metschan, Postmaster
Stites of Albany and K. Scott of Milwau
kee passed through the valley, en route
to Lakeview, one day last week. The
two latter go in the interest ol Uie 1. U,
O. F.. while Mr. Metacban will conduct
the dedicatory exercises of the new Ma-
skinic temple. Jacksonville limes.
The Decree of Honor held a delightful
social and meeting at the hall last even
ing. During the evening the child ol
Mr. and Sirs. w. xi. Warner was cnxis-
tened and preegtited with a handsome
silver cup, Mr iereck delivering the
presentation speech. Hereaiter all new
children of members ol the order, i'. is
said will be presented with silver cups.
Walter K. Tavlor and Miss Christina
Lenger were married yestetday morning
ing at 10 o'clock at the residence
of the bride's parents, Rev. II. J
S&ercber cfhciating. The wedding was
a auiet affair, only the relatives and im
mediate menus oi tue contracting panics
beinir present. Alter the ceremony
midday breakfast was served and the
I happy couple left on the morning train
I for their future home near Shedd, in
Linn county. Corvallts uazette,
Bicycle Races A local bicycle meet
will be held on the college track: tomor
row evening beginning at 3:30 o'clock
I The races will lie as follows with the
value of the prizes, given by our buci-
nessmen: 1st. 1 mile, st prize, f i.uu;
2nd prize, 12.00. 2nd, mile, 1st prize.
12.50; 2nd prize. $1.50. 3rd K mile.
1st prize. S2.50: 2nd prize, S1.0U. 4th.
Boys ?i mile, 1st prize, f 1.50: 2nd prize,
$1 00. An entrance fee of 50 cents will
be charged, but win be refunded to all
riders who finish in the races. 15 years ,
is the limit in the boys race. All the
races be will Class A, and among Linn
Formally Inspected. F. Co., and the
hospital corps of the 2rd regiment were
formally inspected last night by Lient.
Col. Jackson, of the U. S. A , Col. B.
B. Tuttle, adjutant general of Uregon,
Maior Sidney Collins and Col. Yoran.
ITbert was a good turn - out and a large
audience. J,very men escaped without
awratch. The two companies are well
eouipoed and are a credit to the O. N. G.
The inspection was followed by a short
Hop HousB BCBNKD. The hop houte!
of Mr. L. W. Pomeroy was burned to the
ground Tuesday night, with the entire,
bopcropoiiiir. romeroy. AnenonwHs
.lan madfl li hiirn an flilinmiTlff hfiirn. Nn'
i insurance. There is a
lire bug in the
Forks who needs to be behind
Wasiiisgtox, D. C., Oct.20. Special '
to the Albas v DrmocraT.) Secretary
Smith, of the interior department, in de
nying a motion for review of deprrtmei
Ul decision of July 18, 1896, in the cano
ot John T Srmnlding againnt the North- i
em racinc Railroad Compaiiv from tlm
Vancouver laud district, e'stabliHhea a
rule lor a number ot suNenuent decisions
involving land along the line oLthe rail
road in that section. The secretary holds
that "at Poatland, Oregon, the Northern
Pacific has two grants, the first for the
line eastward, under the act of 18oJ, and
the second northward, under the joint
resolution of 1870, and, so far as the lim
its of the grant east ot said city overlaps
the subequent grant, the latter must
fail ; aud, as the road at such point east
ward is unconstructea, ana the grant
therefor forfeited by the act of Septem
ber 29, 181K), the lands so released from
said grant, do not inure to the later
grant, but are subject to disposal under
the provisions of the forfeiture act."
In disposing of the motion the secre
tary says :
"As it has already been !terniiaed by
the V. S. sifpreme court in rfte - ese-f '
the U. S. versus the Northern 'Pacific
R. R. company that the grant for the
portion of the railroad between Portland
and Puget Sound was made by the joint
resolution of 1S70 and that the company
did not take by relation as of the act of
July 2, 1864, 1 can sae no reason to re
view Uie previous decision of thu de
partment in the case under considera
tion, and the same is accordingly adher
ed to and the company's motion denied."
The secretary also rendered decisions
in the following from Washirirtoa and
Washington Henry Gun stone versus
xsoruiern Pacific, Olympia district. Mo
tion bv romnanv tn tlinii nldintif?
appeal, granted'. His application for
reinstatement of homestead entry dis
Northern Pacific versus David H.
Lyen, North Yakima district. Com
missioner decision affirmed. Ithxi
Commuted homestead application is to
Roland Tillotson versos Henrv J Sniv-
eley. orth 1 ak una district. Decision
affirmed. Sniveler's final nro.f to be
accepted upon payment of land office fees.
Albeit Say lor versus Tobias Beckner,
i-orth Yakima district. Decision affirm
ed, trior's contest against Beckner'a
umoer culture entry dismissed.
Northern Pacific versus Franklin W.
taugn, alia Walla district. Decision
affirmed. aughan's entry for land to
Northern Pacific versus Henry Burn-
am. Walla Walla dirt net. Decision af
firmed. Bur nam a entry for land to
Oregon State of Orecon and Henrv
Miller versus Joseph P. Garred. Burn
dutnet, decision affirmed. State fails to
prove land to be "swamp and overflow
ed" and contest is dismissed.
Hannah Peters versus Annstead F
Davis. Rosebure district- Hvcuiian mod
ified. Mrs Peters as guardian is to be
allowed ninety days in which to make
John Kay versos Orcson Central Rail
road Company, Oregon City district.
Decision affirmed. Kav's amplication to
enter lana rejected lor conflict with, the
grant of the railroad company.
Jirs t, a. t-pencr has been appointed
postmistress at Pine, Union county, in
place of Joseph Bragg, resigned, and W.
Chessman at Springfield. Lane coun
ty, in place of G H. Yewincton. resum
ed. The poetotfice at Rosa. Linn oouatr
has been discontined. The mail a ill
hereafter be token to LarwooJ.
Allan it. Slacso.x.
Accounts filed in estates ot Loren B.
Hale et al, minors, William J. Thomp
son et al minors, final; Mary A. Hard-
Final accounting in esli-te of Sarah
Ave re 11 set for Dec 2.
In estate of Jare E. Carter, the ad'
ministrator was cited to show cause on
on Nov. 9.
Final settlement in estate of Jae. Crab-
tree, set for Dec 2.
In estate of Jas. G. Eaton. B. Borten-
shaw was appointed administrator. Bond
H. H. Kirk appointed gnardian of
Lora Wilson et al. Bond 1300.
The Post says SJetn is to bare a new
TheU. O. andO A. O foot ball toam
ill play a practii-e irarue ot foot ball at
Eugene next Saturday.
Mies Susie Walker, of Fall Cit-rk, Unt
county, has been arretted for lncen. n
gave birth to a girl batty in June, toe lath
er now in ml, being an uncle ol Him
P- M. Downing a former captain of the
Stanford la tball eleven bus ln engaged
to coach the O A. C-'f and the? eipect to
All members of the Dot II .are reques
ted to be prevent at the regular meeting
on Wednesday evening. Basinets of im
portance. By order ot U. of If.
A messenger from Abea arrived in Cot-
ram early yesterday morning bringing
word that JonnnieCortier had met ith an
accident while fronting Digger hill, The
wagon which Mr. Currier was driving bad
overturned and thrown bim down the
mountainside, and in the fall it was be
lieved he bad saxtaiiied a fracture of the
CiRCtrr Cocbt. New cases :
Thos Brandon agt J C Cox, to recover
J W bways agt Joun Rontt et al, re
covery of money.
C C Crandall agt Linn County Agri
cultural Association, to recover money.
This suit is brought to recover 22o lor
work on the track at the fair ground a
couple years ago just before the races.
Dr. J. D. Shaw, of the state insane
asvlnm. fell throueh a trestle of the mo
tor line last night near the asylum and
broke one of his legs.
Ellsworth Cameron, the well-known
snrinter.of Corvallis. and Miss Eva lliatt
were united in marriage at the Portland
Exposition Monday night.
The noted Doug Hamilton was splitting
the atmoKDhere at Firxt and Urodslbin
streets this afternoon. He says about the
same things be did ten years ago, aod in
the same o'jstrei erous way.
Mr. F. P. Caviness and wife arrived
in Albany from Umatilla county this
week and are visiting Albany friends.
Cod-liver oil suggests
consumption, which is al
Its best use is before you
tear consumption ; when
you begin to get thin, weak.
run down ; then is the pru
dent time to begin to take
care, and the best way to
take care is to supply the
system with needed fat and
strength. Scott's Emulsion
of cod-liver oil, with hypo
phosphites, will bring back
nlnmnnoea rt tl-ioco wlirt
, , .
have lOSt It, ana maKe
gtrenirtn wnere raw COU-
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iivcx vvuuiu mca uuiutii.
U 1 Soon & Bowhi, Giumisu, Msw York. oc sad tt.oo
Oregon News From
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
Wo are here to please yon. If every
thing is n.A O. K. kindly let us know
We are not selling at cost but at moder
ato profits. We can f'irnith you any
thing in ths h ir;itiaj li i" at lowest prices
See otirjine of 15, 20 and 25 cent whips
PoWtJJ & TOMLISBOM.
Albany Gets the Credit.
Among the conspicuous display; at the
exposition is that of Albany W o lun Mill
goods. In a writeup for Mover & Co. the
Telegram says :
hftOnly preuiinm awarded to any ex
nioitor-at ine present exponiuon wan
award -hI to Mover & Co. upon real merit
ltieir Albany units were the tint on
the Pacific Coast to offer Oregon-made
goods in the eastern markets.and created
a demand for them on the merits of the
goods, resulting in the Unit! States
government granting to Meson. Mover
k Co. exclusive contracts for the Indian
department, also for blankets used in the
United Mates army.
ISesides this recognition ot merit, our
home National Guard of Oregon has been
equipped witn uniforms uid blankets
made and furnished bv the firm. The
same may be said of the Oregon Soldiers
home. Other evidences of appreciation
of Mover A Co' a manufacturing estab
lishment are the handsome nniiorru of
the Portland Military band, and of the
local Dislriut Telegraph office.
The money paid to them remains at
home, employing in their factory, in
connection with their store at the corner
of Third and Oak streets, 47 hands, and
carry on their pay-rolls 76 penKina at
their Albany mill-, Linn county, OTgon.
Mr. A. J. McClure, of Saeet Home,
was in Uie city today.
Manager Stone, of the O. C. & E was
in Eugene yesterday.
Mr. Arthur Foshay went to Eugene to
day to attend the young people's con
vention of the tiaptist cuurcii.
Mr. Uindoian left Tuesday for his
ranch at Camp Polk, where he w til spend
the winter. Lebanon Advance.
Mis. Otto Lee, of Salem, came op on
the noon train and w ill remain over Sun
day, Mr. Lee will come on tomorrow
night s overland.
J. E. Adcock, the jeweler, formerly of
Lebanon, afterwards of Albany, then ol
Independence, is now in business in
John Akin returned to this place lart
Tuesday evening, and will carry the
mail this winter on the Siietx-foledo
route, of which route he is the contrac
Pro'f. Heritage and Winklev of Uie
Conservatory ol Moic of Willamette
University, arrived on the noon train and
will give a popular enteitainment at the
M. L. church tonight accord-'ug to the
Mr. Jack Leonard, a former retidr,t
ol Albany, now of Portland, where he is
employed on the bridge gang of the S.
was in the city today. Air. Leonard
comtemplaticg making Albany his
Mrs. E. Holgate arid daaghtr, Mies
Helen, left Saturday last for Portland
where they will visit with relative. To
morrow Miss Helen exiwcts to leave for
Joseph, Wallowa county, w here she has
accepted a position as teacher tn a pr
vale school. vorvallia oazetlc.
Mr. Day it visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Ansorge, in this city.
he just came down from .vbelton.WMh..'
but will hereafter reside in Albany where
Mr. Day is engaged in Uie practice of
law. Lebanon Ad vance.
J. M. Marks has been in this section
this week, selling nursery stork. Mr.
Marks is now a stockholder of Uie Test
Nursery Company and has been ap
pointed general agent of the company.
This firm goarantccs all its trees. Leb
anon Advance. 1
I. W. Dickinson, who was oat here
from South Dakota a couple of months
ago, returned last week witb bis family,
consisting of wife and three sons. They
are well pleased with this country and
have come to star. Mr. Dickinson and
sons will soon open a meat market. Let
Miss Sara N. Brown, professor of ora
tory and dramatic expression at Willam
ette University, returned by the late
train Wednesday night from Bangor,
Maine, whiluer she was caned two
tnrnths ago on account of the illness of
her mother. She was met at the depot
by a delegation of Willamette students,
w'ho gave her a haarty welcome home
and a routing college veil to assure her
that "Old WillanHite' was dose by.
The Press gublisLesa in tuisof S io'
new schcoi building.
An apple and prt-.oe brandy distillery
baa been ttiuttd 2 milei from tute- c.
Among Miss Eva Simpson's recitations
at the recital in Eugene tcnitht wi:l be
The Chariot Race.'
The enrollment in the Lclanon school is
233, the attendance I'M
inn. t. Unborn died on vxt .4. in
Lebanon at ths advanced age of &3 yean
Tbe Lebanon Express says the defence in
the Hannah case will probably be insanity
Several obliging citizens have told tbe
Democrat how to write up a fight that
occured early this morning. If a l toe ad
vice was givuj tbe Man about Town would
be running from brooms and rocks and
An effort has been made to exe'mle. the
Drain Normal, Newburg and McWinville
schools from the annual oratorical contests
on the ground that they are nut colleges;
but it has tail!.
1 he Oregonian today published anu-n-
ber of sunrems court decuions reiider.-d at
Washington given in yesterdays ukm-
ockat. lbe Ukmocrat was me nr pa
per in the state to give them.
In ths list riven in the Demociiat yew
terday Linn county's c'aim for taxes against
I' I) I '-. wna .man unit I l)VI
This was published by the Times. The
correct figures aw 110,050. So-ne differ
We Stasd OonRiwrED. The Albany
Democrat in writing up the murder of
Mm. Lotti J. lliatt. stated that she
picked hops at the J.J. Hannah hop
yards this season and that while there
save Mrs. Hannah cause to be ii-alons ol
her husband and Mra. Hiatt. This state
ment is wholly untrue and should bo
corrected, as Mra. Hiatt picked hops at
M. V. Bilvou s vnrtl fins year and no
where else. Scio Press.
The following was signed by 156 people
around Jordan and Scio. who knew Mrs.
Hiatt well: Whereas there is ami has
been reports in emulation, derogatory
to the character and reputation of Mrs,
Lottie J. Hiatt. now deceased, thnt we
believe to be utterly (alee and circulated
to slander her good name and poisoning
to the minds of the poople; therefore.we.
the undersigned certify that we navt
known the said Lottie J. Hiatt for a con
aiderable length of time and that we be
lieve her to have been strictly virtuous
and an upright woman in every respect.
Tbe 0 C. and E. have sold the small
engine No. 60 the Jacksonville railroad
company and it will leave tonight on the
freight, ll will be a serviceble engine on
that road, though not suitable for heavy
Dr. Price's cream taking Powdei ,
AwsaM Gold ZtiA MUricw Fate. a tmdMta,
Compiled bytik Sao Pkesh.
Rye nearly nine feet tall.
Beets weighing 17 lbs each.
Seventeen varieties of grapes.
Quinces weighing 1? lbs each.
A hazel switch lo inches round.
Radishes weighing la Ibi each.
A Itartlett pear weighing 1 pound
100 varieties of aoples and pears.
128 timothy straws from one seed.
Peaches 12 inches in circumference.
r igs equal to those grown in Califor
YegeUh!'. s never before raised in Ore
gon. Gooseberries three incites in circum
ference. Gravenstein apples 13! inches in cir-
3V7S grains of wheat from a single
Chestnuts and persimmons equal to
A collection of the best grain the sun
ever shone upon.
Mineral paint the best on earth, anJ
we have enough to supply the worlu.
A Hybrid pear, a cross between a
Bartlett and W inter Nellis, the first ever
Pieplant six inches around, forty inch
es in length ; a leal being 16 S- feel in cir
etimffrence. Eight varieties .f onions, some meas
uring nearly 20 inches round and none
raised on beaver 1 .nd.
The first collection of medicinal plants
ever made tn Uregon and asm Dies of
utild extracts made front each.
Corn 16 feet in height and the lowest
ears so high that no man at the exposi
tion can hang his hat upon them.
I. bit of Patents.
tranted to Pacific States inventors
this week. Reported by C. A. Snow A
to., solicitors of American and Foreign
pau-nis, otp. v. is. ratent onice. vnti
ngton, D. O.
II T Atkinson. Oakland. Cal. street
car brake ; L L Belt vs, Berkeley, Cal,
sash fastener: J T Bibb, T acorn a. Wash.
automatic sack tiling and seUng n
chine; J A Campbell, Asotin, Waeh, saw
set ; C Hoffman, Spokane, felly expander ;
C A Lord, San Francisco, trolley rope
ana poie controller; L. t. Miller, Los An
geles, curwnt pumping machine; TT
Kainfurd, T acorn a, gang-band sawmill
r N per, Los Angeles, pulveruing
mtu;rr lapuemiom. Ncoiia. t al. m
sharwning tool : D S Van Slvke. Loa An-
geies, triple track satetr railway:
W atkins, San r rancisco, safety guard for
railway cars; A w ilhams, Seattle, elec
trical gold and silver extractor.
A TcsaiBLt 2xrusat. Alva Cheno-
aiih, a younsr man of Hubbard, met
wirb a terrible experience Wednesday
ntht. The Post savs: He attended the
Congregational prayer meeting at Hub-
li d erly in the evening, and after
wards went to hi room. Not feeling
well he decided to take a walk, aad went
down the railroad track. He urt that
while walking be became aware, of Uie
approach of the overland which goes
through Hubbard wiUiout stopping, when
he felt very dicrv and fainted before he
con Id get oat of the way, after which he
rememberer! nothing. W ben found be
was lying beside the track -enseles,with
his k-fl leg completely severed just be
low the knee, lie bad been struck by
the overland. He was immediately taken
to his room, where the niangics limb
was drerwed and bandage.1. He is in a
precarious condition and will have a
hard time to pull throcsh.
Ovkb Gcs. Cha Cook was tried at
Scio this we k on the charge of stealing
gun from C. W. Walker in the Jordan
valley in July lwJt.W'uiie be had the gao
it was not proven that he took it, and be
was discharged. The Press safs: At
the conclusion Justice Jarnigan ordered
the gun Use stolen property turned
over to the defendant, his attorney, Jae.
A. UUvea was observed talking very
earnestly to him- At the conclusion of
the conversation. Uie ran was in the poe-
seion of the aforesaid attorney, and the
l"t seen ol him, was when he was wend
ing hi way Marion countyward supposed
to be in quest of Chinese pheasants.
Scratux Corar Dcneioss. W. S.
Thorn psoo, defendant and appellant, t ;
II. James, respondent; ordered
U'at appellant havr until December IS
to serve and file brief in the matter of
bier lions to Thompson's final accoant . i
and that James have 30 days thereafter;
to serve and file his brief, and appellant
ave 30 lavs thereafter to serve and file
replv. J. P. Laurent, et al, respondents,
vs E". J. Lanning, etal, appellants; rr-
lered same at in proceeding case. W.
H. Atnsted et al, respondent, vsJ. A.
McFeron, appellant; same order.
Bio Ptos. Scott A Berry today booght
four pigs of Dick Anderson, of Plain view,
that weighed 13Sti pounds, an avenge of
Slrt1; pounds. As thev were only eight
months old Uie eixe is immense, perhaps
ttie largest ever ie ported in Linn county.
Will some one beat it.
A GUN ACCIDENT.
A CKjsvc Call to Death.
Out on Garrett Long's farm, near Phil
omath, late last Wednesday evening
there happened a gunning accident.
Oscar, the 21 vear-old-son of Mr. Long,
bad been out for halt an hoar, bunting
pheasants, and was lust returning home.
W hile bunting in a snot where birds
were expected o fly np.he had carried bis
gun. a Winchester suoigun, cocsea, and
had forgotten.it is supposed, to lower the
hammer. As he neared a grape arbor on
the premises, he reached for a bunch of
grapes, and at the same moment the gun
slipped from his other hand and fell to
the ground, mere was a report, ana
young Ixng staggered ba-k. The charge
of bird shot bad entered his body at the
pit ot his stomach. Passing npward, it
had struck bis breast bone and glanced
outward, and passing on npward in its
flight, had cut a hole in bis hat. 'Al
though the charge of shot cut through to
the abdominal cavity, none ol ineni en
tered. The wound will do no more than
to leave the young man t ith a sore spot
lor a couple ol weeks, as the gun leu,
young Long dodged backward a move
ment Uiat undoubtedly saved his uie, as
Dr. Loggan, the attending surgeon, savs
that a variation of half an inch in the
course of the charge of shot, would have
produced death. Uorvaina limes.
Was a Mcsu al Trkai. Our citlsens
were given a high class concert at the M.
E. church last night by Profs. Heritage
and Winkler, of the W illamette Conserv
atory of Music. That conservatory is
certainly fortunate in securing men of
such talent in their lines at its head.
The soloctions rendered vocally and in-
st rmiicntally were of a high order. Prof
Heritage was heard in seven selections,
being warmly encored. He haa a high
bass of splendid quality, backed bv a
presence that commands confidence.
His thoroughly cultivated voice reached
without effort into all parts of the large
room and into the hearts of his bearers.
Prof. Winkler, a graduate ot the Leipsic
conservatory is as pleasing a pianist si
the Da.MooHAT has ever heard, and not
only pleasing but correct. He leave no
notos half struck, from tho lowest to the
loudest, and yet perforins with remark
able ease the most d'ulioult composition.
Where many pianists merely pound the
keys and make a noise, Prof. Winkler
puts sncli expression and feeling into his
work as to bring a classical selection
down into the soul of one having no mu
sical capacity. Ilia rendition ot Bee
thoven's Sonata Pathetique in response
to an encore was particularly a masterly
effort. Tho Dkmochat considers Prof.
Winkler Oregon'! best pianist.
Highest of all in Leavening
SOCIAL AND PfcKSONAl
Ben Jones, county clerk of Lincoln
county, was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Peck, who has been dreta making
in Albany went to Toledo today to reside.
ucense has been issued for the mar-
riage of Enry E. Howell and Fannie
L . .
i. isni, moiormin on we naiem
friembitnA7"nvn','"U7, " T'"'"B
X,. " 7" ,.
their golden wedding at Ashland
davs aim. Mr. Hill ia 7." and his i
rife 74. (
Thev are pioneers of '49.
A concert ia to be ven at the O. A . fi.
chapel In Corvallis on Friday night of
next week. One ol the attractions will
be a recitation by Mua Mamie CandifT.I
ot tuis city, i ue concert is to be lor the
1 . . . . , . I - I . i.d .
Three ladies ol W est 1 aqmna, one day
this week, went hockelberrying and sue-
ceeded in gathering 40 quarts of the
IuslIous fruit, lhe fru t u reported aa
3uite plentiful in tbe mountain. Tole
Postmaster W. H. B nnk goes to Salem
tonight to attend the funeral of his ven
erable faUier, Harrison Brunk. Mr.
Brunk, Sr.. was one of Oregon's most
respected pioneers, coming in 1848. He
was in his 81th year and voted for Gen,
Jackson for president. Ashland Record.
Prof. Heritage, of the Willamette Con
servatory of Music, is a former neighbor
and mend of Key.j. 1. Abbett, and an
old teacher of Mr. John Robon of this
city. Albany people will now appreciate
wner Mr. Kobeoa secured his start as a
Geo. C. Standard haa been sorely af
flicted with rheumatism this week. At
times) it is impossible fur him to get
around at all. In response to a telesrram
message rrgarutng nis ronaiuoo. aire
S ia nard returned from Eugene yeeir
day. Brownsville Time.
The W R. C. of Lebanon paid the Al
bany W. R. C. visit last evening. They
were tendered a reception, one featore
being an elegant lunch. The visitors
were Miss Saiunarah. president. Mmes
Miller, Crusoe, Crandall, Reed, Salt-
marsh, Hyde, fctewart aod Boater.
H. J. C. Avsrill, one of Uie oldest and
moat highly respected citizens of this
county, ts able to walk to tbe city, and
this morning made oar sanctum a pleas
ant call. He ia thinking of going to Cai-
nornia lo ept-n-J lt winter, tie will go
in company with Win. Cochran, another
ale and hearty pioneer. Browniruie
Mr. and Mra. A Uie Thorn won are at
CoSloti, California. The place ia some
distance southeast ol Loa AngeMs, aad
is a resort for people offering with Inns;
ailments. Dr. Thompson who accom
panied his son thither, arrived home
yesterday morning. He wms with A Uie
ve days at lolton, and anya the yoang
urn roughed l-?s in that time than ha
was wont to cough in half a day. before
he left Corvallia. Corvalha Times.
Tbe Eugene Register speaks ot Miss
Eva Simpson's reciting in that city last
night as follows: Mis Eva Sim peon, of
San Francisro.the beautiful aad accomp
lished elocution Ut, next apeared and re
cited "A Sister's Scheme. Miss Simp
son, though a strancer here, won the au
dience the moment she appeared, and
her rendition of tbe clever selection was
one of tbe most pleasing and well re
ceived numbers on tbe program. Miss
Mmpsen again appeared and recited
The Utianot Kave, and held the lane
audience spell bound with her eloquence,
aa she recited this most interesting se
lection. An Oakville Serenade.
The Oakville Tin Can Brigade reorgan
ized on Uie evening of Oct. 24th with 13
charter members. The object ot this
association is to give a joyous welcome
to all who are stoning in the matrimon
After the society was organised and
equipped with instruments (the mem
bers are allowed to tarnish any kind of
an instrument that wiU make a noise)
they proceeded to Uie residence of M. A.
b hong h on w ood street, where a r.rst
c!ss program was rendered. The first
thing in order was a piece ol instrumen
tal music no Uie Develine (pronounced
devil-in) and there is as much Satan in
this small instrument aa can be pat into
anything of the same size; this was M
to ed by a quartet on shotguns by W.
miLb and epenc ttroenong, ana arter
the auartet a solo ot tin cane, cow bells
and ban saws was performed by tbe
hole society. After this program. which
was well performed, Mr. Sbough invited
tbe company in and introduced them to
his brother Vf ill Shough and his newly
married wife. After enjoying the com
pany of Mr. and Mrs. Sbongh for an
hour, in which several members of tbe
bneade made short speeches and wished
them a happy journev through life, the
brigade adjourned, ext::
1 h s was reported to ns by one ot toe
brigade; we con Id hear the music and
can vouch for the truthfulness ot our
Mitchell, Lewis ft Stavcr Co.
We are pleased to inform oar readers
that the old established company ot
Mitchell, Lewis ft Staver Co. are moving
their goods to more commodious quarters
in the Goltra building, formerly occupied
bv K.. B. ft Co. They have Wit op a
large trada here in AlUny and no doubt
feel the necessity ol showing on tneir
large and well established line of imple
ments in a better and larser building.
They are handling the only complete
line ol agricultural implements in ine
northwest, hence tho farmers and others
can do better by patronising their lineot
goods than any other smaller dealers
They alwavs aim to please their custo
mers, w hich has been their secret oi suc
Thi Bicycle Races yesterday evenins
were somewhat tame. A good s?se
crowd attended and appreciated Uie fact.
ooa won ine one miio ana iwo-iuirus
mile races, Biddle, Pollock and Wealh
erford were contestants. The boys race
was won by Robert Hunt. Roy Parker
second Clarence Craw third and
Hugh Patterson fourth. The race was
given to Parker as Hunt was declared to
be over fifteen. Judges and timekeepers,
F. M. French, Chas t?ars, P. J. Smiley
and A. Freerksen. Exhibition runs were
made by Brnce Burnett, o! Corvallis,
and Arthur W ood.
Will CoMrxTB.-Tho!i. Monteith, ex-
postmaster at Albany bat now trawling
lor a Portland shut factory, San rran-l dnced, pleasing to the tano and ac
cisco glove factory, and a Su Louis cloth- cepUble to the ttoatich. rromrt in
L! uw', LST i?
he will Bhortly handle the Albany Wool -
en mill eoola that he might be in a p.-
ition to compete with the Salem repre -
Ing. Competition is what we want; Uie
oapitol city mills have no opposition in
Una locality at present, and it is pre-
eumed neighboring towns are in a like
Too Close for Compost. Ben Huut,
who lives near Eddyville, had raUier a
close call from a rifle ball. As he was
passing along Uie highway some parties
in the hills commenced ehooting.and the
first Uiing Ben knew a ball from a win-
cuenier, ijobbioit, nrui iud kiwuuu u -
twoan his feaL-Yaonint Poet.
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BOMB AND ABROAD
Cou ft Huston (or groceriaa.
Ths best fresh rrooerias and produce at
uoaa at fcf ostuw's.
Trv u mt tlm Cm rmrA tuil.
. jdera at Scbuiu Bros, asarkot.
I Choice sugar cured hams aad bacon si
gbultz Bros market.
j Nickls watches at Fienth's jewsiry tcre,
W " -o
dress mads by Mrs. a.Ua
J hea you wiat good, pure,
! a,u -
I Good treatunt at Coaa and fiusftcna.
"a "Jlr iTou arrisa umn.
Take advaatacr of the big redaction in
, us rfm. ot ebvtos at Xtekiea.
; Pbvtoaall sizes aad at tea going at
;rvy reduced p lues, at Tiakiea.
J a.tue elegant d.ime im crockery ware
i:w w tors at t awa aa J wuxoat
French, the jeefr, has 500 pin toh-
toas meuated wtta silver, al iu cents each.
The teams of OUo baeamis aad Mr
Wniteside ran away ysterdy afternoon ia
a mild Slad af a Way.
The chrysanthemum akaw to be gives
under the aoaptcee of the Ladies Auxiliary
proaie. w be the evral ox im season.
Aceoriina- t oar exchanges the ?tate
fesunace Cjapaay of Saltm is bringing
large nemnerot anus on preoasai aotes.
If you wadI agwd shine call on les tbe
Bom Shoe Shiner at Yeruks bather shop.
Ladies shoe a specially.
A large aad ehoke stock of j-w-lry. til
verware. ec. Jot received at vili an J
No matter what othsn sj. Tinkle will
make photos chewa as aayuae aad guarantee
the bast work
Ths mt elagaal line of ataary ever
brought to Albany at A ill adaurke. ia
several baa aural E-urt-
Dra li K. aad Oiivw C Beers ofSces ia
post o4u block. sisaiiVaca cesser 5tfa sad
Calapoota at. aVibaay J.
Alt econats doe Hodges aad MeFariaad
op te Ut 8, are das astd owing O. C. 16c
ariaad. aad aasai il he paid to Sua at oace.
Don't forcet the cliickca ote isoner at
tbe VT. C T- U. Haii Wednesday Uct- 30,
gives by the ladaM of the Sm M. E.
If the Lair has bsea otale U cr . v a nai-
aralcctora bai j iuavis ia twiMsh of
casei, by uao iiail's Hair Raowar, why
ul it nut ia year iassr
A eatpit of PtSsSM aiias) has j jat been
received by UV- ft McftarUod. It
prswjvsa milk. These wao haws baa
wainag fov it will take aotiew
The big boiler f tie n ut U ca the
way tHsses Gata al Qjirtiviiie. It
has already oasna varj aearvg djwn bi
ts a casyoa.
lhe. A. C. footU-'l eleven, with their
traiarr Hr U-iwmibg, and a large follow
ing of frivads west K Logeste todAy, where
aodeehtediy a very casae ram was beta?
Flayed uus ariaraooo.
-Miss Helen Crawfords' elocutirn cUa
meets on Monday. Taeiay. TcurxUy ani
Friday of each waek at hex rtideace. Cor.
5th ani Flow-art.
Tbe ladies of the First Prwbrtariaa
church will give a Hrowaie e&,rtua2Mt
st the opera house. Friday eve ar. Nov
1st. Come everybody aad bnankae chil
The Shasta basiled sonde its first trip
southward this aBoraiaa? at I o'clock, load
ed down with pesetas in. There war tea
cars. 4 of the in weagrs i canse atrecgh i
from Seattle n Tacoma with oat aay
Meat cheaper than ever at the Albany
Drewed Beef Oe's chop, coraer af Uecosd
ad Eltrsrortn stmts. -BiU" Eaenck
will coetutoe to slice the best aseet to be
Tba ladiaa Amdlavy mat at the T. M.
C- A. tooaM yeaterday at I; 30 n. an. Aa
interacting program was carried out Har
riet Beecber htowe betas; oaoted. kfrs.
Thrab read a very interestae tepcrt af the
ocnvveUoa which met at asissa.
A Leo AstrrraTCD. Benjan.in Wyatt,
wboresidee mat Thnraton. aasthe rab-
jeft of runaway accident yesterday
forenoon, which cost him the lose- of a
leg. It appears that he waa hauling
some lumber nev th Thontoa raw mill
when his team became frightened and
beyond control dashed away. He
jumped from tbe wagon bat fell eo that
one of the wheels passed over his left leg.
crossing the pones in the ten ankle to a
ielly and breaking the two hones in the
leg above that joint. Dr. L. W. Brown,
of this city, aad Dr. B. F. Rnsell, oi
Thurston, were called and upon a thor
oogh examination thev- were convinced
beyond doubt that amputation was neces
sary to save the tran s tile. At 2 o'clock
in the afternoon Dr. Brown, assisted by
Dr. ltuell. amputated the leg between
the ankle and knee. Tbe nniortnnat
man rallied nicely after Uie operation and
will undoubtedly recover. Eugene
CncAPaa Tbax Etx. Photes fcae
been cheap, bat now they are cheaper be
cause material is cheaper. Now is the
time to hava photos made. See Tins les
eew styles in M-60 photos
Dr. G- W. Maston, rbyvKian aad r
pron, Albany Ur. Caiwaaswerea prompt
ly in aty er country.
Both the method and WaTte 'when
Syrop of Figs it taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and nets
cently vot prompUy on the Kidnevm.
Liver and BowtIr, cleanses the eys-
tcra effectually, dipcls eolds, head
aches and lexers and enrcs htbttntl
"P. ? ' ra
omy remedy OI its kratt e-rer pro-
' t tion and tnly Waefeial in ha
1 ocU, prepare4 only from the most
heal thy and airmwble Ba wrhkHces, its
, many excellent qnalrties commend it
W , V -Jl UW "
popular remedy known.
oyrxtp of Figs ia for aale to B0
cent bottles by all lending 4reg
gi!rl8i Any reliable rwt vhe
' may not have it on had will pe-
..-i . . . v
ca Pmjwy f 7
wishes to try it. Do not fteeept any
111 ryjtVJ rtl CrT'fO F.I
VAUf (yi7i74 tIJ MftVr WA
, nm amm utimnnr aa
Worthy Your CcnSJcnce.
Xbe success of Hood's Sarsnpariila in
conquering scrofula in whatever way it
may mannect iteeii is vouched ior by
thousand who were severely afflicted t jr
this prevalent dUea?, but who now re
joice over a permanent cure by Hood's
Sarsaparilu. Scrofula may appear as a
humor, or it may attack the gl tad of
the neck, or break out in dread fol run
ning sores on the body or limbs. At
tacking the m neons membratif , it may
develop into catarrh or lodging in the
lungs lead to consumption. Come it
may, a faithful course of treatment with
Hood's Sarsaparilla will overcome it, for
working upon the foundation of all dis
eases, imparo blood, Uie system is clar
ified and vitalized, and vigor, strength
and health restored to tbe body.
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost everybody takes some brxat've
medicine to cleanse toe system and keep tho
btoo i pare. Those who take SUUIONS
Liver REGULATOR (Bquii or powiatf
trrt a'l tha hr.sfi? nf m mil -I itnA
laxanve and tonk that purifies the blood
ana somginpis uie wnoia systeni. Ana
more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU-
I 1TAO .,!. H, I K.. I, - --w...
and healthy, and when the Liver is ia
rood coad:t$on you fisd yourself free from
Malaria. Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
that worn out and debilitated fteiir.g.
These are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
fovj dietMn and tnmStnm frnm ctA
troubles wi'i only be had whan tbe livar
propeny at wcra ll imuDiaa wita any
ctf 1hm rnmri.irt. f- (is anke I tvtrr.
. , . . . .
REGULATOl?. Tbe IrS orLIvar M
cincs, and Better than Puis.
T-EVERT F ACXLA GE-te
Haa tb Z fitaa sp im red an winycr.
J. H. ZssUlnt at Co-Pt-a- pit,
or atrwaslalblm ssl Ftra-t
e-aaiesl rraUls (ustd Heal
rlsl rrnlU. Veget-hlea.
v-rjflii-g that is kept in a
afod variv end pro
eery stare. High
est price paid
ALL KISDcOF PEODUPE
fiapp Barrell & Go
To Bjy Your
dims mm mr.
A!1 Extras sold elsewhere in
Albany fcr same are counterfeit.
ConseiYatory ot licsic
Z. M. Parvin, Musical Director, form
try of Wiliamette University, will have
charge ot this department of Albany
College. Course to graduation in tha
important branches of a mtisical educa
tion. . Newest and beet methods adopted.
Best mn.ic rooms for Conservatory in
Tuition low tor grade work.
School begins Sept. 11th.
Send for areolar and catalogue. Ad
dress, Frof. W. H. Lee, A.M.. President.
Albanv, or till Sent. 9th,
Z. Ji. Pavi-, Musical Director, Salem
ALBABY TRADING CO.
FEED OF ALL KtNDS.
Cheat seed for sale or trade. Free de
livery. Telephone Xo. J 1.
R. X. orri. Mgv
Cor. 2nd and Main Sts
A preparatory school for alt colleges ou
Normal department g.-aduates receive
state and life diploma. Music, srt,
bookkeeping. For catalogue a-Ulre,
S. A. Kaxplb, A. M.,
JOSEPH .T SMITH
Office at Miller & Turner's stable. Al
ba, ay, Or, Besidence fith and Montgoai-ry.