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Pram oar regular Oarnspondtnt.
Washihotow, Oct. 28th,1895.
President Cleveland and Secretary
Olney could not have teen red a more
satisfactory state ot affairs than the ex
pressions of prominent republican news
papers and Congressmen have brought
about if they had personally had charge
of the arrangements themselves. These
republicans have publicly pnt their
party on record and when President
Cleveland sends a special message to
Congress, as he will do shortly alter it
assembles, setting forth the demands he
has made upon Great Britain to recog
nise the Monroe doctrine, and accom
panying it with Great Britain's answers
thereto concerning its claims in Ven-
suela, the republicans cannot without
. stultifying themselves hold up their
hands in holy horror and cry "jingo
ism 1" They will be compelled to en
dorse the President's position, simply
because their previous utterances will
have left them nothing else to do.
The rather silly report that Harrison
and Quay had made friends and that the
latter is going to take charge ot the for
mer's boom found no believers in Wash'
ington, but it served to bring out several
good, if not new stories, concerning sim
ilar reports in the past. Lota ot people
remember that during the latter part of
the campaign in 1892, at about the time
the Harrison tirket struck the toboggan
slide, Boss Quay went to New York, and
the papers were full ot stories about his
having become reconciled with Harri
son and going to succeed Carter, who
had as chairman ol the Republican Na
tional Committee made a mess of the
campaign, so far as his own party was
concerned. Col. McClare, editor ot the
Philadelphia Times, met Quay in New
York, and being an old personal friend
asked him in confidence whether there
was any truth in. the story. Quay re
plied: "Not a word. I'll tell you why
I'm in New York. I heard that there
might be some danger of Harrison's
election, and I merely ran up here to
test the truth ot the story from the ap
pearance of things. I find that Harri
son stands no more show of election
than a snow-bird. That relieves me.
I'll now return to Pennsylvania and at
tend to re-electing Matt Quay Senator."
Mr. Benjamin Harrison has not given
up hope of getting that nomination
again, notwithstanding the opposition
of Quay, Piatt and other republican
bosses. This has been made very plain
to those who know the inside track
When a number of the Republican Ni
tional Committee met in New York City
last week, to decide upon the date for
the committee meeting which will de
termine the time and place for holding
the National Convention of the party,
Mr. Harrison had a confidential repre
sentative on the ground be is reported
to entertain doubts of Chairman Carter's
friendship for him; others are certain
that Carter has joined the combine
against him in the person of W. S. Jle-
Keen, the railroad man, to find rat the
lull strength of the combine against
bim. He also has an agent Ex-Gov
Saunders, whose daughter is the wife of
"Prince Rues" in the South- trying to
"arrange" foi delegates to the National
Secretaries Carlisle and Lamont have
been to their respective homes and reg
istered and they will both vote the
straight democratic ticket on election
day. President Cleveland did not regis
ter, consequently he will have no vote.
Secretary Carlisle says Kentucky will go
democratic, although the majority may
be smaller than usual.
Senator Gorman after having careful
ly gone over returns made by trusty
democrats in every election precinct is
Maryland say there isn't the slightest
doubt of tba state remaining in the
democratic column. The republican
trick of tryiug to persuade democrats to
vote for the republican candidate for
Governor and the rest of the democratic
state ticket is loo transparent to catch
xne can rrancieco Examiner saya
there is one carious fact respecting the
animal creation with -which one will
never become aquainted if be depends
on his text book for information. It is
this: No living representative of the
animal kingdom has more than five toes,
digit? or claws to each foot, band-or limb.
Tbe borse is tbe type of one-toed creation,
the camel of the two-toed, the rhinoceros
of tbs three-toed, and the hippopotamus
ef the four-toe J animal life. The ele
phant and hundreds of other animate
elooging to different orders belong to
the great Ave toed tribe.
Tbe Budget of Astoria propounds the
following conundrum ; A mads a counter
feit dullar and pnt it in the contribution
box when tbe collection was taken up for
the deacon's fund. The deacon gave the
dollar to a poor widow who used it to
buy a dollar's worth of coal. The editor
paid tbe coin over to A for tbe purpose
of settling up a little transaction in poker
chips. Several questions arise from tLe
transactions entered into tbe bogus coin.
Did good or barm result from this fraud
ulent Issue? And bow much? And to
There may be lots of transitory glory
in the life of tbe prise fighter; but it is ot
a inetoris character. It splashes out
very fast. The life is a lightning like one.
Fall (team is put on and away the ma
chine goes. No wonder Jack Dempsey
went to pieces. The other fellows will
follow euit. Prize righting is sure death
if kept np. Tbe nerves are not made to
staud the strain. Add to this fact tbs
attendant dissipation an j there is not
much show for a fellow in tbe business
to live verv long.
A nephew of the famous Wendall
Phillips resides In Portland, which is
classed as a distinction for that city.
1 tie was chef in the Hotel Portland, but
lias accepted a place in the New York
Kitchen, a Portland cafe. ,
O 14 raimh from tbs city election
The pot will begin to boil soon. If you
wantan office get in and rustle for It ; this
ii free country and on man br s as moth
right to an office as another. All that is
nectstary is the influence and the votes
These are days, though, when the people
Tomorrow the general elections will take
place through tba east. They wiil be
watched witb marked interest. Election
predictions are nncertain affairs, hence it
is not safe to tell of tbe outcome before
hand. It is the Democbatf opinion tha
there will be general democratic gains
over last Novembers election.
When tramps meal soap is it a sign o. by deeds of cbarity let us show our sin
,a better or worse civilisation. cerity and our gratijrde,"
Does the oldest inhabitant ever re
member another October when it did
A dozen eggs is worth a bushel and a
halt if not two bushels of cate. That
doesn't match well.
An editors safe in an eastern state was
blown open by burglars who secured 13
cents. In Oregon ws lock and unlock
our safes tor exercise.
Tbe Nicaraugua canal proposition is a
reasonable one. Now let the government
put its shoulders to the wheel and dig the
ditch. Dig and not talk.
The neg woman makes a first-class
spotter. That is something not thought
o! by many, and yet greatly appreciated
when you think seriously ot the tact.
Mr. Rockefeller has given Chicago
University 4,600,000, and will give it
$3,009,000 more. That is one case
where wealth has been put to good use.
An exchange talks good sense when it
says "selecting men to conauct our pno
lic affairs is like selecting men to con
duct our private business." It suggests
something worth digesting -
This is a very civilised country. No
one ever thought ot rotten egging uiu
Nye when he was here. We hnr- hi rot
patiently; but back in Ne VJ JsTfey.hey
threw the worst kind of eggs at uiui.
The government should limit its pen
sions to men who are needv and deserv
ing. Let them have them ; but no man
who is rich enough to live on his own
income should be granted one. We have
not the money to spare for Bucb.
The'ten best American books' as
chosen by the readers of toe
New York "Critic" Are as follows
Emerson's Essay, Hawthorn's "Scarlet
Letter," Longfellow's Poems, Mrs.
Stowe'a "TJncle Tom's Cabin," Dr.
Holmes "Autocrat," Irving's "Sketch-
Book." Lowell's Poems. W butler's
Poems, Wallace's "Ben Hur." Motley's
"Rise of the Dutch Republic."
Oneexchange suggests that it would be
a good idea for a certain paper to allow
some one else say it is a great paper.
That always sounds best; but if you wish
to bear crowicg read tbe great New York
World or San Francisco Examiner, and a
great many other big papers, fhey
brag until it makes one weary. But
they are treat in a commercial sense all
The editor of the Salem Statesman put
his feet in his mouth very decidedly when
he eaid feeding oats to hogs wnuid pay
a dollar a bushel. Every hay seed editor
in Oregon has jumped upon him aad
knocked the props from under the state
ment. The editor of tbe Statesman
knows just about as much about such
things as the editor of the Dkmockat,
which isn't very much, though it is very
peotical to think ol dollar oata out ot
Senator Mitchell is credited with say
ing not long ago, in a talk np the valley,
that every foreigner coming here should
be required to remain in the country ii
long as be did twenty one years be
fore being alio ed to vote.' It would be
fortsn&ie if more of our public men had
tbe same opinion and courage to expreec
it. A large proportion of emigrants
make good cit:sens, and twenty one years
might be too long a probation, but tbe
present emigration and naturalization
laws are altogether too liberal, since so
many foreigners, especially tbe poorer
class of laborers, are not fit for citizen
ship in a free republic. Welcome.
Tomorrow the Duke of Marlborough
and Consuello Vanderbilt will be mar
ried. Tbe Democrat is glad to note
tbe fact that they will make the money
fly, put it in circulation freely regard
leas ot bard times, giving employment to
hundreds. The florists alone will get
f 150,000, large sums will to spent among
merchants for wedding presents, wed
ding dresses, etc., there have been big
jobs for dressmakers and tailors, tbe
minister will get $2500, tbe organist $500
and so on around, about $400,000 in all
That suits tbe Dsxocbat. It doesn't
like the conditions that permit men to
accumulate millions; but if tbey have it
let them put it in circulation among
people who need it more.
In an advertisement in Printers Ink tbe
Poet Intelligencer spreads It on very
thick as follows: Out in tbe extreme
northwest neck of tbe woods things are
humming. Seattle is lively. Puicet
Sound is lively. Washington is lively.
Tbe Poet Intelligencer is booming. In
Seattle tbey are digging a (7,000.000 ca
nal, building a warship, putting up fac
tories, and paving the streets. On foget
Sound they are catting more lumbertban
ever before, making and shipping more
shingles, catching and canning more sal
mon. In Washington they are harvest
tng a great Dig crop. Tbe mines are
turning out bullion. Tbe stock raisers
President Cleveland yesterday issued a
proclamation designating Thursday,
November 28, as Thanksgiving day. Tbe
proclamation reads as follows:
"Tbe constant goodness and forbear
ance of the Almighty God which has
been voucbtsfed the American people
during tbe year just passed, call for
their ainsere acknowledgment of devout
gratitude. To the end, therefore, that
we may witb thankful hearts unite in
extolling the loving care of our Heaven
ly Father, L Grover Cleveland, presi
dent of the United States, do hereby ap
point and set apart Thursday, tbe 28tb
day ot tbe present month of November,
as a day ot thanksgiving and prayer, to
be kept and observed by all of our peo
ple. On that day let us forego our usual
occupations, and in our accustomed
places worship and join in rendering
thanks to the give- of eery good and
perfect gift, for the bounteous returns
tbathavs rewarded our labors in the
fields and in tbe busy marts of trade :
or tbe peace and ordsr that prevailed
throughout the land; for our protection
from pestilence and dire calamity, and
for other blessings that have been show
ered upon us from open hands, ar.d witb
our rhsnkptfivinir 1 -t n Pttjhly beseech
thoLjuitj.o iuclii,e our people onto
Him that He will not leave us or fosake
us as a natiop, but will continue to bless
us with His mercy and protecting care,
guiding us in the path of pational pros
perity and happiness, endowing us with
rectitude and virtue, and keeping alive
within ns a patriotic love for the free in.
stitntions which have been given ui as
our national heritage and let ns also on
the day of our thanksgiving especially
remember the poor and the needy, and
Tne Newspaper Leads.
You may talk about your posters and
your ads. upon the fence,
But they ain't the kind ot mediums that
appeal to common sense.
You may talk about your dodgers nod
your circulars and such,
But I calculate they don't assit-t an ad
vertiser much ;
And especially in winter, when the snow
is on the ground,
I wonder where your posters and your
dodgers can be found?
But within the cosy homestead, when
the parlor stove's aglow,
Tbe newspaper is read aloud to every
one, we know.
The farmer sees tbe painted sign upon
his barn and grins;
Five dollars yearly for the space he
And there his interest in the ad.' begins
and there it ends,
And the same is true of nearly all his
neighbors and bis friends;
But they read thelocai paper every day
or every week.
And in its welcome columns all 'their
And you may be quite certain that the
adds, therein displayed -
Are also read with interest and are sure
to mske some trade.
It stands to reason, anyhow, that what
a fellow boys
He's going to read and get bis money's
worth, if he is wise.
The father, mother, uncle, aunt, the
daighter, aod the son,
Are going to read tbe newspaper, and
so is every one.
So it also stands to reason that a local
Will there attract attention, he it either
good or bad,
And the newspaper as medium leads all
other kinds with ease,
For that is where tLe multitude the ad
vertisement sees. From Printers
There Is everyjindicatiou" of a lively
scramble for congressional honors among
republicans of tbe first; district of the
state, saya the Oregon i an, a half dozen
or more candidates this early in tbe cam
paign being mentioned.
Tbe knowledge of this fact has brought
out a number of aspirants who want to
succeed M r. Ellis. Baker eountybea no
less than three candidates. Tbey are R.
S. Anderson,a well-known lawyer; John
L. Band, now prosecuting attorney for
eighth judicial district, and M. L. Olm
sted, also an attorney, who, during the
campaign of 1S94, was looked op on as a
supporter ot the peculiar opinions of the
populist party. When James A. Fee
resigned his position as judge of tbe
sixth judicial district, a few weeks ago
speculation was rife as to what led him
to take the step. Tbe excuse was givtn
that he retired from the bench in order
to give more attention to bis private af
fairs, bnt it ia now developing that
Judge Fee has a congressional bee in his
political bennet. He baa considerable
of a following in Eastern Oregon, and,
during the seven, years he occupied the
beach of the sixth judicial district, made
many friends. With these five candi
dates Ellis. Ran J, Anderson. Fee and
Olmalead there is not likely to be uni
son of strength or combination among
the delegates of Eastern Oregon. Tbe
vote of Multnomah county, hitherto par
ticularly solid for tbe buncbgrass, can
didate, is likely in tbe convention to be
badly split up, unless it is cast entirely
for some candidate from another portion
of tbe second district. Portland will lay
no claims to tbe nomination, although
it is stated that Franklin F. Mars wonld
be pleased to secure it. Baker City
Our Halsey correspondent recently
visited the cemetery at that place with
several yoeog ladies and tells about it as
follows: A short walk through the
woods and we were soon entering tha
enclosure that surrounds the silent ones ;
and as we gazed upon the little mounds
of earth, the white shaft of marble
pointing heavenward, or read tbe in
scriptions that tell ns of some mother,
father, sister, brother or other dear ones
that lie sleeping beneath in tbe cold.
cold ground, we cannot help bnt have
purer and holier thoughts : Tbe scene
is truly favorable to meditation. Tbe
sky and sua are hidden by dark and
lowering clouds, tbe majestic pines that
surround tbe enclosure are waving and
nodding towards each other, in tbe
breeze, mourning and sighing as tbongb
filled witb spirits of Ibe departed. The
whole scene- awakening . in our hearts
feelings of awe, and lifting our sonls
from meaner things to tbe beneficent
architect, the marvels of whose handi
work fills our thoughts witb such won
der and praise; and its contemplation
could not but exercise a purifying and
beneficial influence upon our minds.
And wbo knows bnt what the spirits of
those sleeping beneath us were not at
that moment hovering near, reading and
discussing among themselves oar inner
most thoughts 1 As we move about the
rustling of tba leaves disturb a little
squirrel which skips upon a fallen tree,
eyes us for a moment, then scampers
away probably to tell its mate of tbe in
truders. Now and then a noisy blue
jay can be heard as it flies from tree to
tree. But there are other sounds than
these; a meadow lark take bis seat up
on the highest limb of a pine and poors
forth his rich notes of melody with such
an earnestness as if his very existence
depended on his song A rival from a
neighboring tree commences a similar
strain and now tbe two b'rds exert their
powers, each striving his utmost to out
do the other as though hent on attract
ing us and bringing ocr thoughts to the
brighter side of life. Rain beginning to
fall we hastened homeward but the im
pression made upon our minds that day
ill undoubtedly never be forgotten.
A dispatch from Wisconsin says:"Jim
Mnrpby, of Chicago, tonight knocked out
Tom Norton, of tbe Pacific coast, in the
17th round. The men fought at catch-'
weights, and Norton was 10 pounds the
heavier. The fight was game, Norton
being floored six times. Murphy is the
only man who ever fou..t 57 rounds to a
draw witb Tommy Ryan. The fight was
for $200 a side and the entire gate re
ceipts.' If the small fry can knock each
other down at will why is it sn mud'
fuss is made over CoibeU and t'i'Zf-im-
mons, tbat is what staggers us. This is
a very peculiar country, when It comes
to the question of prize fighting.
The world may owe every man a liv
ing; but the city does not owe every nol
itician an office, rays the Astoria Budget.
ise for size, a thread of spider silk Is
decidedly tougher than a bar of ate?l.
An ordinary thread will bear a weight of
three grains. This is just about -' fifty
per cent stronger tban a steel thread of
the same thickness.
TheOorvallis Times says Gov. Lord
performed a well rounded and righteous
act in restoring W. W. Saunders to citi
cenship. Albany people are unable to
see it that way.
A college student prevents the follow
ing problem for solution : The addition
of Mr. Carlton Sox to the already
"strong" faculty has caused the com
ment that there were five professors
The Exposition has closed. Linn is
bighlv satisfied with the part she took in
the exhibition. She was a very attract
ive feature and every body says she mads
a big hit.
Corbett says he will pay no more at
tention to Fitzsimmons and will retire
from the ring. Now, if Fits will come to
the eame conclusion and both will live
up to their resolutions thev will do the
country a great service. They will not
The Salem Post continues to try to
make people think times are not im
proving. It savs: "iwervbodv talks
about the incoming wave of prosperity,
but now? baa seen it yet." nut people
have certainly seen that the outlook is
better and that there U an actual im
provement. The Salem editors should stand in Al
bany at an early hour mornings and see
the strings of wagons loaded with big tin
milk cans, going to and from the cream
ery, and then they would urge the citi
zens ol that city to get in ana do some
thing besides talk creamery. Albany is
proud ot her 13000 creamery.
Willard M. ReiJ and Dolly McDonald
met in Portland Sunday of last week lor
thn first timft- On WmfneArlav thev wera
married. While passing a third street j
house Keul saw Miss McDonald at the
window. He was thrilled, ran up the
steps into the house, received an intro
duction and the result stated occurred.
Remarkably quick work even for this
"During tbe past few months Binger
Hermann has visited many towns in his
district for the laudable purpose of con
ferring with tho people on such legisla
tion as ia needed, lie has been invited
to make addressee in all except Eugene. ;
The sell swelling importance ot tbat
town will burst it very soon." West.;
Certainly Eugene ought to want the Mc
Tbe Duke of Marlborough who is to
marry Consuello Vanderbilt tomorrow,
is a very insignificant man in every re
spect but bis title. He is 5 feet 5 inches
in height, three inches shorter than Miss
Vanderbilt, weighs 120 pounds, has such
errfail lungs that be talks in a whisper,
has no brains to speak of, dresses -n ill
fitting clothes ana wears a narrow rim
med, low crowned bat several years out
of date Without his title the most
lonely factory girl would not have him.
Tkf Cm I X ankers earths.
Davit's I-akb, N. D., Nov. 5. Since
tr.e strike was ordered, no freight trains
bare departed, and but one has arrived.
Tbe latter was a limited one from the East
Passenger trains are not interfered with
Mayor K el lev and tbe city council are
determined that no such disgraceful scenes
as were enacted io tbe last strike shall oc
cur. The business men generally are pro
voked aad disgusted with the state of af
fairs. The elevators are full to their ca
pacity witn wheat, and, unless cars are
furnished promptly, tbey wilt not be able
to take ia more train, which will catue a
complete stagnation io business,
LorisviMjL. KoS. 5 There was an
ugly feeling all day between toe A. 4. A.
and Catholic at the firs, precinct of tbe
fourth yard. Late this evening. Jcweph
Dieffenbacb, one of the former, and H ill
Donovan, a Catholic, had a quarrd. which
resulted in a pitched battle between tbe
elements. Twenty shots were exchacged
before the police succeeded ia stopping the
riot. Only one man, Jacob Eoright, aa
A. P. A., was seriously wounded. Tbe
E CORSE, Nov. 5. In the circuit court
today H. P. Hayes was found guilty of
the crime of incest, his companion in crime
being Miss Susan Walker, his niece. Ibe
jury recommended Have merry of
the court. He will be sen morrow
morning. Miss Walker, against whom
charges were entered, was released, and
the 1 M41S its rtt rduusissed.
Dr. Talmadxe is now a resident of
Washington, wbere he has a bigger fie! I
for work than ever in New York City,
but a harder job.
Notice is hereby givtn that the regular
county examination for teachers' county
certificate will be held at the court
house in Albany, Linn countv, Oregon,
beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. W ednesday,
November 13, 1S95.
A. R. RrrniaroRB,
Superintendent of Linn county.
Wednesdny aodThursday fair and warm
er, ruver u.4 above extreme low water.
F M Fiench, UispUyman.
The Modern Beauty
Thrives on good food and sunshine, with
plenty of extrcite in te open air. Her
lorm glows with healtk and her face
blooms witb its beauty. If her system
needs tbe cleansing action ot a laxative rem
edy, tbe uses the gentle and pleasant liquid
aiative Syrup of Pig
for Pills and Plasters Dawson
SENDERS. On Nov. 1, 1895, to Mr.and
. .... . ..
aire. si. senders a girl.
Weight about 6 pounds. All doing
Many years ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief
consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., com
pounded this medicine ef vegetable ingredi
ents which had an especial effect upon tbe
stomach and liver, rousing the organs to
healthful activity as welt aa purifying and
enriching the blood. By such means the
stomach and the nerves are supplied with
pure blood; they will not do duty without it
any more than a locomotive can run with
out coal. You can not get a lasting cure of
Dyspepsia, or Indigestion, by takinswarti
ficiallv digested foods or pepsin tbe stom
ach must do its own work in Its own way.
Do not put your nerves to sleep witb so.
called celery mixtures. It Is better to go to
the seat of the difficulty and feed the nerve
cells on the food they require. Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Biliousness and Nervous Af
fections, such aa sleeplessnesa and weak,
nervous fecllnirs are completely cured by
the Discovery." It puts on Dcaiiny uesu,
brings refreshing sleep and Invigorates the
Mrs. K. Hsnicr. of As. $96 North Haltlrd St.,
Chicago, III., writes 1 "I regard my improve
ment as simpiy
taking Dr. Fierce'
Golden Medical Dis
covery in connection
with bis ' Pleaaant
Trltels ' I hsve train
ed 10 every respect,
particularly In limn
aod strenirth. My
liver was aresmimy
enlarged and I sit
frnrd greatly from
dvxpepata. No phy
(cina .could tive
Now, after two
months I am entire-
ly relieved of any
qlwsw. My snpe.
(bod well dtmnted: bowels miiW .a .i
much improved." " r
The Election a.
Portland, Nov. 6. The republican
tidal wave of two years ago was continued
yesterday. There was a republican victory
all along tbe line. New Y ork city cat its
vote for Tammany, but tbe state is repub
lican by handsome figures. New Jeraey,
too, is republican by 20,000 majority.
Kentucky is in doubt, with the chances
favoring the democrats. Utah ia unde
cided, both parties claiming a victory.
Virginia and Mississippi are democratic,
but everything else is republican. Tbe
legislative rexults insure republican suc
cessor! in the United States senate to Gib
son of Maryland and Brice ot Ohio. The
following table will show some of tbe ma
jorities: Massachusetts 63.000
New York 6O.0O0
New Jersey 20,000
The figures for Kentucky and Miaaissip.
pi are democratic ana toe otoera repuuu
as Deaaoeratle Stale.
Jackson, MUs.. Nov. 5. The weather
today throughout the state waa clear and
warm, but tba indications are that not
more than iistwne registered vote waa
polled. From reoorti received up to tbia
hour, it is estimated that the democratic
majority will be found from 35,000 to 60.
000. Ilxi campaign just closed waa on
free silver a airainat the gold standard.
and tbe remit is a complete, victory for the
Baker Cllr Elrrlloa.
Hakkh Citv. Or.. Not. 5. Notwith
standing tbe new city charter Nils to pro
vide for hcUling an election, tbe citizens
nave tow lor the present oraciaia sue-
cetsor. The newly elected officers are
Mayor. S. A. flulner; treasurer, D. L.
Moomaw; alderman J- L. Baislev, first
ward; Walter Mills, second ward, and D
Keily, fourth ward.
Lal a Baas)
WooDBrax, Or., Nov. 4. Tbe riKbt
band of C. P. Strviu, a schoolteacher, was
accidentally blown off while out bunting
Saturday evening, lie was shooting birds,
and one cartridge bung fire. While pull
ing out the cartridse it exploded, the shot
going Ihroogh tbe barrel and the shell and
powder manning his hand in a frightful
manner. He was taken to Silverton.
wbere the hand was amputated at the
wrist. Mr. Strain is a teacher at Ibe
Grsssy Pond school. Mrs. Strain is al
a teacher, and will take charge of his
school t'niil her husband is aide to resume
od Thinly Arwscalaa
WasutxuTOM, Nov. 4 The Turkuh
SK- rwe,TrLfnm tb. uU',uic.t eleepLwnew nature s call for 1
porte the following Wtegram, ucder yeeter-, n)UJt ed. If unheeded, seri
"About 20 Armenian of Bivenk, vilayet
ofDiarhekir, attacked some gendarmes
and patrolling soldiers, killed a number of
Mussulmans and set fire to the haxaai.
The necessary measure were taken for toe
preservation of order. Tne authorities ot
Erzeroom report that about 200 Armeci-
AHT tiiM-ooww arm!-
L- .urnndl the vdlag of ilanis
Sas- - -
lerujao lubabit by Mussulmans and - To kklr foraiso , fm,h .ubund
lemuaa alike. Tcev were, howwrer. I : , ... .
0in . Nov. 4. The murder and rape
ot utile Ida Gaakeil. aa II -year-old child
last night, was positively traced to Ueorge
Morgan, a tt-amter. He lire near where
the tody was found, sod was the hut man
wen with ter. His clothes were covered
with Mood when arretted. So great was
tbe feeling against the prisoner tost be
was bumeJiy remoted to the penitentiary
at noon Later, a committee, appointed
by tinxe Ifvariag l.iKhinjr. went throuirh
the j-ul to saliWy the racb that tbe mur- i
derer was not there.
avtilrw rr Mrallss.
WvsitE, Ark., Nov. 4. About 10 days
W Albert England, a white man. who
claims Cross coocty as hit borne, broke in
to a store at Viiooij. Atk.. a small inland
town, 2.1 miles west of iJeebe. and stole f 23
worth vf roots, lie went to Beebe and
purchased a trunk in wiiich b conansJed
tbe stolen rood, lie thru bought a tick
et aad bad the trunk checked to Wynne.
He was afterward located by c Skiers from
Vilonia and arrested at Lereia. lie u
brought to Wynne and tamed over to the
ofiuials, w)o tk bim t Vilonia and turn
ed bim over to tbe authorities At 2
o'clock h'ooday ironing a mob took bim
from the officer and shot him to death.
Brarfr !( Trts.
MaBTvm I K- Cat..
Henry Williams, alias Jack Urady. th j
tnunrobber, charged with the murder of j
Sbenif J. J. Bogart, of Tehama counlv.taxt
. : 1 1 . . i . .
ihk. urgan uway. inuring tne aa. Be
j mors were selected. This was considered
a good dsy's work, as it a genera-'ly
understood that it would be difficult to sc
care a jury at all.
A Br4 Bsvatrw.
Locisville, Nov. 4 The world s rrc
ord for one mite, paced, with flying start,
was broke by Arthur Gardner, at Foun
tain Ferry track today. Gardner-rode it
in 1 :42 2-3. This breaks Winder's wJ
of 1:44 1-5 made at Hartford, and is I 1-4
seconds faster than Johnson's proK-ssionai
Tetan B E serMeal
I'AiUts.Tei., Nor. 3 Xewtwasr
omed in this city this afiernooa of the
wrw k of Ire nortn-bound poenger train
00 ice Missouri. Kansaa & lexas, about
four utiles north of Waxahadiie. II E.
hmith. of Ibis city, wbo was a pajuvnger
on the train, armed at 7:30 this evening,
lie said :
"Ui:.g, I suppo to a t(,rvad io the
rails, tt.f engine and four cars were de
rai ed. There immediately aroe a cry of
distrw. mingled with moans, indicating
many of tbe passengers had been hurt. The
engiperr, Mike Murphy was killed, and in
all J people were injured, 13 of them
more or less seriously."
The Jars KaJ4e4.
S.i.v -.m, Nov 3. The police raid-id the
Japaueso resorts of Salem tonicht arrest
ing anu looging in the entire pnpo
latum. The charges are aoaault and h it
teryand drunk and disotderly CMmiuct
oumo rauroaa suction Hands bad coin in
to bold a baniuH in honor of a jap who is
soon to return to Japan. The police had
oeen invited to be present. Imbibing too
freely, the revelers engaged in a general
ugL't, makinir tbe nillit lii.Wis iirvtnml
me Japanese headuuarters. hurolci re
ceived an ugly cut in the face. Three
women were released on bail and seven
men retained in jail to sober np, and will
ws inu tomorrow.
A Tswa BaraeJ.
Arcadia. La , Nov. 3 Fire visited
Arcadia tonight, and only one shire is
left in town. If burned over an urea of
four acres, biking with it six residences
an hotel and orcra house, one livery barn.
pne harness shop, two grain elevators, oce
uinoer and coal yard and a barber shop,
the postotiice, two drug stores, one furnit-
nre store, one variety store, one butcher
shop, one boot and shoe store, two saloons
ana roar barns. The estimated loss is
l&o.fXX), partly covered by insuraut-e.
Am Smaba Oatrage.
Omaha, Nov. Ida Oaskin's muiilat-
ed body was fouad in a small out building
in uie rear ot io. lOHt J t'oward slreet,
in the business district, at 2 o'clock this
isiodday) morning. Bbe bad been out
raged and murdered. Within an hour
ueorge Morgan, Kd Batiford and Harry
Booker, three young men, were in custody
charged with the crime
A Fatal fire,
Naw York, Nov. 3. Several lives were
lost by the fire this morning in the brick
building at No. 7 Pelbani street. The
building was owned by Well & Meyer, and
was used aa a sweatshop. Three charred
and almost unrecognizable bodies were
token from ibe ruins today, and one man,
who jumped from the flames to suve his
life, was so injured that he died in Govcr-
neur hosoitlll Ha suffered from a frarhir-
A r Mllsh Trip,
Berlin, Nov. 8. Ihe German commit
tee on the exploration of tbe south pole
met today, 1'rivy Councilor Overmayer
presiding, and resolved to start two vessels
from Keriruelan Land in furtherance of the
GET WELL I
Don't SnMer with Rheumatism Take Paine's
The common sense of the people has
long refused to believe that rheumatism
and neuralgia were diseases hopeless of
Prof. Edward E. Their. 5f. D., LL.
p., of Dartmouth college, has confirmed
their belief. There is an absolute spe
cific for both of these disease in Paine's
celero compound. Thousands of men
and women are every year entirely freed
from theee two torturing diserders by
Paine's celery compound.
Neuralgia-pain affects first one part of
the body and then another. Nature's
restorer, sleep, is sought in vain, and
life's ordinary duties Iwoome burdens
too heavy to be borne. In this condition
consequence are likely to ensue, the
nerve must tie built up by a proper
nerve food. There is nothing e-jua! to
Paine' celery compound.
The bodv is not a machine which simp
ly wears out after a certain number of
years, but a vital organUm having the
' ; of rerivifring i!f-pabie of
Uing hard worked, but demanding fre-
UmM of recuperation m sleep.
of the body is the purpose for which
goods just received.
Outing flannels for wrappers.
Ladies macintoshes in blue and
black and beet style.
&S inch Boocle cloaking,
50 inch luack Astrachan, tee
goods for capes.
36 inch novelty wool suiting.
Sec our goods and buy a good
thing when you see it.
FORTMBLLER & IRVING
WE K KEP constantly on hand a full
cwrfins. Also burial rubes and
at.lch will be sold at
EM BALM I NQnd 1 he proper
HO EXTRA CHAR CE FOR
The Latest and Most Complete Dieplay ever made ot the Eesourcee, Industries,
Commerce.Itusiness, Agriculture. Forests, Mines, Fruit. Fisheries, Manufac
tures, and t ransportation r acuities 01 tne ureat racinc aoribwesu
Fine Music, Special Attractions Every Day. Reduced Rates
on nil Transportation Lines.
Single Admission 2Sc
C.liilJrcn Under 12 Years. ... lc
Season Tickets $3.00
I-. C. HASTEN, Secretary
NEW : : : FURNITURE.
tv ,f V SN. REE iH KOW FULL OK FIRST CL r LltSlTURK. Ot -i viSl.Nf.
l I of bi rooireU.J,oSii, congas, ato. Hh 1 ill se.l a
Di. Whites Nctf ITai
A head ot hair or no
pay. Cures al
Address Box 421
diseases of the scalo
lor r ree t reatise on the Scalp.
Kasors Honea and Sot and Put in O
der on Short Notice.
SL.S tarsalgia Albany ,Orv..br J. A. CUJMl.VUi,s'wt t Ht'loica nt Hi.txik linunctou.
Paine's relet y compound was first pre
pared. This rapid production of Ireeh
nervous energy and pure blood was the
one endeavor of Prof Edward E. Phelps,
long study of the cause of nervous ex
haustion. The rosult of his life work was Paine's
celery compoond, that remarkable rem
edy that permanently and speediy cures
disease. It is the greatest nerve regu
lator and blood purifier of this present
For men and women out of health.
Paine s celery compound should be tried
without fail. It has meant health in
place of sickness ia thousands of
that seemed bopelees.
The fari that this is the season when
rheumatism most painfully shows itself,
makes the following communication
from Mr. J. SI. Tobias of South Omaha,
Neb., of special interest. Mr. Tobias
I suffered for years with rheumatism
in the joints of my bands and arms, so
that I could perform my work only with
the greatest difficultv. I used all kinds
of medicines without result. Finally I
eecumi a bottle 01 t ame s celery com
pound, and it benefitted me at once.
I"nine's celerr compound certainly cures
a few of the new
ider doa n cloaks,
Double wi-t:h felt.
Chitdrtns toques asd hoods.
Staple shades in velvet.
More kid glove.
Read, Peacock & Go.
line of mets.-c, xn
tctts, in -r -aJcto
,.. . wood caskets snJ
Living Pro At.
care of the dead a rpecial'y
HEA - OH SERVICE
For Exhibit Space apply at the
i.x position KuiUing to
C. 11. IIL'NT, Superintendent.
F - Uwmnw Rp4r rtm quick, tvermt.nnUy al
aiM?, wft Memory, tAm 01 tii-ma ivmr.
1 lldaehw, Watofatneu. Sim VluUtty, MsthUy Kmls.
drMmi, tmpokenry and wximr oixra otoiH bf
bvlhtors Makftthopalaaird mtny wfrrtniraiHl pi amps
Simm, mm a trrUMfi (wfwmorwi'nrf rcrNfMwi, nt av.uvsa
mptllml bcMtH. elt p'n wmr-r, with tf.imonlla ana
swajnra,r sMma iami a ;w, av tit mn
Joseph .t surra
15T ja TB RIWATA-S'
Office and residence, 4th and Cala
pooia streets, Albany, Or.
if. Price's Cream Baking I'uvv Jt
AwsnM CaU Medal UldwMter Fair. Sa F' itKtMW
.... , .. j
Cor Bradalaln mud First tm.
mm MEYER, PBOPBIETCR.
i w4 Fralia ( sussed Rear
(.! war. Qaeewawwr
fried frail. Vegetable,
t acta ' Cfsrar .
erytbing tbat is kept to a
good variety and gro
eery store. High
est price paid
ALL KIND50F PRODLCE
"It Do Move."
TM.tlaA WI-jtM mrrVM eawtvl I Saa .'nt.ti;.
, ' - wm-j a as IsslCUlgrJUC
that moves it. Tbe world isn't stahoneiy
' ue k uat-s so mocn stationery
Writinff nwf ia m a : - .
effective weapons. It's aa plain ae the
1 . : 1 : : . 1 , . . .
uuiufuwitm uoie mat we carry tne
aioc ox wnang papers
and materials in A nw Y.K
- 11 j . ilia ma wr
rstwuuiMiM em .hswtl I 1
supply department is a wonder ofeom-
U7 1 ...... .
uunsucvi. ,1 e mass specialty ot Diana
boors of every kind for law, clerical, mer
cantile and school use. ruled or unruled to
suit individual requirements. Oar prices
are always the lowest
j a rcagiiG.
Tbat Pays" Is what a prominent
man said. That is what tb public want
in tbe grocery and baked woods I in
Tbey have to have them daily, stro-
enine or rain, tney want good goods,
not bed one, aod good treatment with
them, and all at reasonable onces. Years
of time have tanght Albany people that
such a place is Parker Bros. Tbev Uke
pains to furnish their customers with the
best groceries, nrst-cias baked goods and
the freshest produce and fruits. If too
would always kick a coal
Buy your groceries at Parker Bros.
ISO matter what others ear. TuMm will
make photos c heap as anyone and guarantee
we cast won.
are people wbo get their preeeriptioae
filial . WS X. D 1.V rn
- . UVUgTTB U. UUI ti lt IF. A
exercise the greatest care and are si
prompt, rure arngs, penainery
aad a &n Una ol stationary.
Knapp Snirell & Go
To Buy Your
OUTER CELED PWW;
All Extra; old elsewhere tr
Albany fcr same are counterfeit
Conservatory ol Mnsic
Z. M. Parvin. Musical Director, foftas
er'y of Willamette University, will have
charge of this department of Albany
College. Courses to graduation in tbe
important branche ol a musical edecw
tion. Newest and best methods adopted.
Beet music rooms for Conservatory In
Tuition low for grade work,
School begins Sept. 1 1th.
Send for areolar and catajoene. AdV
dress. Prof. VT. II. Lee, A. M., President,
Albany, or till Sept. 9th, j
Z. M. Paavis, Musical Director, Safotn j
ALBANY TRADING CO.
FEED OF ALL KNDS,
Cheat seed for sale or trade. Free de
livery. Telephone No. f 1.
uw. 2ua ana aiain bis.
A preparatory school for all colleges oa
format ueriartment a.-aduatee receive
state and life dirdomaa. afuaic ava.
Dooaaeeping. t or caukigue address.
e. A. Ranou, A. M.,
ALBANY F0BNIT01 Ull
Baltimore Block, - Alhnj, Ort.
complete line ot
ia all it branches
EMBALMING a specialty.
Residence oo'aer 3rd aad Caiapooia
WANTED Several trust worthy .
tlemen or ladies to - travel ia
tbe state of Oregon for established,
reliable house . Salary 1780 and ex peaces.
Steady position, enclose reference and self
addressed envelop. The Dominion Com
pany. Third Floor, Omaha Bldg, Chica
ALBABY KSDBAKCE AGENCY
We have had more thorough (raining in
all tbe branches of insurance than any
stber agent in Albany, aad can give you
more genuine insurance for your money
khan any other agent in tbe city.
District agents for the Sen, of Lotdon,
setabhshai 1710 A. D , Phoenix, of Lon
don, A D., 1782 aod "Cootiwtai," of
Kw York, the only company istoicea
Jsiety Fund Policy.
is a fail assortment of food or ssaa aad
east; also oil meal, graa seed, limeitair,
aad fertilizers, also Wilbur's Seed
Meal, a sane remedy for tbe ailments of
kwies and cows.
All CHEAP FOB CASH.
Notice fop Publication,
Lsd Omci at Ok ego f ry. Ok.
November 5, i96.
Hotias is hereby civc tbat he fo low
ing nansed aether ha filed aoti of his
of his claim. aa that taiJ pr-of will be
ma before a county clerk inr Linn
13th. 1696, vix: Jobs Foiar-v, HEX?.
11642 for ibe 3 W J o l aad
E N W J U ace ai. 1. l 10 3 B E.
tie name n follow is 4- wibc to prove
His contUuows rse dnwee upoa ttd euUiva
tiow of, said 1-od. vu: Joa Dley. Seil
M Re. J L Harry, W H Whi tock. ail ef
Berry P O, Marion "owaty. Oregon.
Bobekt A Miu Ka. RegUter.
r f TT Let TJs
1V1 H. getherl Is
ter to buy your Bread, Pies, Bolls, Cakes,
etc, at a reliable store where they use
enly the Beet material why of course i
as you dont want dyspepsia and yoc.
ever get it y eating anyding from on
store. C. 8. BAKERY.
Be Ellsworth and Lyon 2nd St.
C. D. Yakutsk, Proprieto
FOB EXOHAXGE flO vm of im
proved form iasd within tear miles of
Albany, ail in coitrratioo, including 4
est trait, tor aty re-Kiettor property.
Stylish hata. capes with whistles, mit
trat, aod handkerchiefe, etarnped Coea,
hose, side combe, orcamente, uaderwear,
coneta and a general line of goods-
Notice ia hereby grrea that tbe ex part
nership of Bodges x McFarland has been
dissolved, O. C McFarland miricg. All
and pay O. C McFarland.
A. J. Hoogbs.
O. C McFaslsfd.
PLACE WASTED, to do general
boose work. Call at Dxwocbst office.
IF William I Stretch, lately of Mill aty
Oregon will corcmKnicate with Fred
Rice Sodh Bead, WashiBtrtco, iBfta-ma-tion
of interest to said William I. Stretch
will be given.
A5TED. A reliabie. actiTerentie
rcan or lady to travel for reliable.
established booae. Salary fTsO. payable
1S weekly and money advanced forex-
E'nees. Situation stoady. References,
pcloee self-addi ism, d stamped envelope.
H. E. HESS, Presdert, Chicago.
HAT STORAGB for tbe reason. Ca3
oa If. Seaders oa Ferry between 1st
JR. M. H. ELLIS,
Physician And Soxgeen.
Treats tbe ?Hesee ef tbe eye and ear.
f-pactack accurately fitted." 2-1
VOos iek Block
ff Alhar.y, Or
FUling and eitrartins of teeth wttha
Kline. Dobroille ft Co.. sold last .fall
and winter, 350 pairs of boots ra a warrant
and they are proud to say act ene pair
eame back. Tbey carry tbe same boots
this year and bare on hand a very taros
stock. Also all kind ef shoes. Their ehU
area school shoes are the very best. Their
ladies fine shoes are tbe 6 nest aad vp to
at on style . Tbey are tbe only exdorirs;
boot and shoe store ia Albsey. Cise.tbem
to the EAST via the
Union Pacific System.
Th roach Pnllman Pstae 'eier
Tourist sleepers and Kew Eeclinip
AILY POBTLANn TO CHICAGO.
Trains heated b .walc ir.d ears liaht-
d by Pintsch Light.
nun to uhicago 3,4 days, ttme to
New York days, which is many
hours quicker than all competitors.
For rates, tfme table and full infor
mation, applv to
Craaaa A XfoxnttTa. assets. Albany.
B W Barron. C Baowa,
bea'l Agent, Diet Fass Aft
135 Third St, Portland, Or.
REPAIR" BICTCLES Fiank Uicg
ey rerairs bicycles promptly and in a
first class manner. Breaia, punctured
tires, etc. fixed carreer rr. At shop just