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ALBANY, okUGON.FItlDAIT. APRIL 13 , 1900
Uai-ktown, April 7. Two hundred in
surjents were eeptursd In Ktnhsrdt,
Fourteen Boer prisoners escaped at
Bimonion. All art tu arms, kekwals
alonsls loyal. -
Awiiii, Tutu, April 7. V big elnnd
burd is destroying rj n ty. Many
live liMve been lost. .
Ikkon, April 7. er, Huberts losses
tho limt week wore 1000. ,,
Acts ocntly on the
ruANSts the System
Big Tidal Wave.
Victoria, I). O., April 7, A big tidal
wave here resulted In lota of damage to
shlppping nliing the wharves, but no
Uvea were lut.
Must Be Stopped.
London, April 7. At Shanghai lb
Fiench, German, KokIIsu and American
consuls have notified the einpien Ibat
unlets "Boxers ' li suppressed within
0 days the countries represented will
land troope and march to the Interior.
Owns Its Electricity, !
Maiironn, Or., April J7, The Electric
ptant ol this city owned by Mr. It. A.
l'rondfoe was purchased lait ulghtby
the city of Med fold for $8000. The city
owm tlm water worki and will operate
In conutctloh with the electric light
Engl 3d Gloomy.
Lohih, April 7. (Jot a word 'regard
Ing the diaatler at Kedderstarg hat been
allowed to come through, except the die
natch to lxjrd lioberte. It ie, therefore,
impossible to form any notion aa to what
bae happened. Meanwhile, the Drilled
public le beginning to realise the im
inenee dlllluultlea to be overcome even
before 1'retoria le reached, and if revia
log premature Ideal with reapect to the
time when she war will be over.
IhKMttTxiN, April 6. Another un
fortunate occurred, r suiting, 1 fear in
the rapture of a party of Infantry, con
elating of three companies, of the Koyal
Iri'ih Fusiliers and twn coinpaniet o' the
Kiuth lteglment of Mounted Infantry,
near lteddersburg, a little eastwsrd of
i he Utbai,ie Kai'.woy aution wiihin a
jew nilba of thla place. They were sur
rou oiled by a atrong force of the enemy
with four or Ave gum.
Will Make a Statement.
Wamukoto. April 6. Admiral and
lira. Dewny returned to Waantngton at
3:30toii!gbt from their brief vl.it to
l'hiladrlpliia. In reaponee to a quca Ion
the Admiral aaid that be eipected in a
few daya to have ready for the preea a
etatement aa lo hla plana for the future.
Starving Porto Kican.
I'oncn, Apiil Au annoanoennat
having ben made that the Puerto Kican
lienevolent Society would relieve the
poor of Poncef the town la aimply over
whelmed with an army of starving and
pauper-lied folk. No fewer rhan 200 men
wome i end children, aick and starving,
a-e living in theooirulor of the City Hall
and io a kiosk on the plata.
-Tea fa rtfly CmU
- OearaeiMd Winn habit ear, niku M
Smb iitom, bkml pun. Ma. BL AM drucflsta,
HOME AND ABROAD.
M. Zan, on of Portland! prominent.
business men aiea yesterusy.
O. 0. Rawllnss, city ticket agentI
Essiern Oregon and alt points East. Of'
nee foot of Broadalbin alreet ?
The ORANOo, will make round trip
rateaof $2.40 to partiea wishing to alien j
the democratic and prohibition conveo
tlooa to be held in Portland.
Ifeve You Been Smith drew a good
alxed audtf nee laat night. Tbeee attend
ingeaw Smith and more too, and heard
blui and more too.
A carload of about one thousand cattle
passed though Albany thle noon from
Keno, Sr.. to the Bound. The Albany
experts picked out a steer that w.s a
monttei. It weighed 1919 pound. .
The second atereoptlcsn entertain
ment at the Preibyterian church given
last evening by Dr. Finks was aa pie-sing
and satisfactory aa that of the firt
night. Btrange scenes la our own land
were given lu a vivid manner. .
The Carter delegation beat the Tongue
de legation in . the Jackson county ' re
publican convention 64 to 63. It was a
atalght fight, and the men elected are
decidedly anti-Tongue. ;
The U oi O track team w'll meet the
Washington track team in Seattle cm
May 19 in an interstate conteat. On
the prevolua evening there w ill be debate
between the two colleges. The Uof O
will re represented by Jackway, Whitt
lesey end Uoodall,
M. O. Bennett, a traveling man, Mr.
Burdet, an Insurance man, and E. B.
Duffy and Clarence Brown the railroad
ueo arrived la Albaoy last night on a
wood rack, ,ptoay baa had a break down
on the way t J Albany f torn Corvailie.
A aneak tbiei recently etole Glenn
Wlnalow'a cornet from the mechanical
ball at the college. Th oner waa in
Albany on Bryan day and while passing
a secand band "tore espied his misting
instrument. It bad been pawned by tbe
thief for 76 cents, tor payment of which
Mr. Wlnslow recovered his instrument.
A special election held at Gran'e
Pa h, authorises tJ00Q In sewer bond
and a,0o0 for the conduction of a Was
ter and light plant. Beth propositions
were earned, the sewer bonds by a vote
of 224 to 62 and the watr and luut
bends by a vote oi 170 to 12"). UranU
Pass will soon be spending most ol Its
receipts fur interest.
Mrs. Julia Temple, widow of the. late
W. K. Temple, died at her home near
Plainview. Wednesday evening, April 4,
1900, age, nearly 63 years. Deceased
was born in Illinois on July 4, 1839. She
came to Oregon In 1852, and since 1887
baa resided on the borne place near
Plainview. 8he was an excellent wo
man, esteemed an J respected by all who
knew Mr. She leaves seven children,
four gi:lf and three boys.--Lb4non E.
A . v
1 Still Later New
I inform the general Public ' . . il
have in the future Wholesale ami "til
Grocery store and liquors f .eJi
eal um fend Patent Medicines. ' -hall
keep on selling ail my goods at reduced
price for net cash.
Mocha and Java coffee 80 cts per lb.,
regular price 40 eta,
My Favorite coffee, 15 cU., regular
price. 20 cts.
16 its. Drv Granulated S'Jgar, $1.00.
Command see me personally and you
will be astonidlicd to see wbst reduction
I have made on alt my goods for net cash.
I wont charge yon anything to give you
I have no favorite in business with my
wholesale houses. 1 bur from the one
that gives me the most for my money, I
desire to buy some ejrgs, either in trade
i Albany, Or.. March 10, 1900.
feigned -by -
TV Hmrti'tlpr PltHfBrrll! Hlnr III Si.
mtir. A4 umIim RaM.Ca..Car N. V
Giaot Muh S lbs. for lOcts., Is very
O. . Bhowxkll
"Daccing sctiool" every Tuesday night
arjd baturday afternoon at Holland's
U!l in Jraham Bldg.,First & Baker sis.
The fifty-cent size b fust
rkht for the baby. A little
of it in the botUe three or
four times a day will supply
precisely the fat all thin ba
bies need. If your baby does
not gain in weight as fast as
you would like, try
The result will please you. If
the baby nurses, the mother
should take the emulsion
It makes the baby's food
richer and more abundant j
only buy the dollar size-it's
Both mother and child w!S fed at
or.ee its ftrenjthenin upbuilding
and fat-producimj properties.
At all drnmrirt. tine, and li-oo.
SCOTT HOW N k, (Swim, K York.
JCMjctabkPrcparatioii for As
Opnunlorphins nor Mineral.
Not Naiic otic.
Anofecf Betncdv forConsfioa-
tiott. Sour5 tonttetU)iwhea,
Wmths jCormilsions.f evertsii
ocs and Loss of Sleeb
TacSlaile Signature of
EXACT COPY Of WRAPPE.
For Infants and CMldren, "'
Tho Kind You llavo
Tl xl. -
QiYir4Tv " Jr m'
aj mm- i
j For Ove
To Cure r
. -te Duy
Take Lamm bono Qcisiiea Tib
iits. All dreggtsts refoa t the nuncj if
t fails to care. E W, OHovs'ssignatore
en each box. 5:. ,
UrH H Haden, bomotit. A la. savs, "I
think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a splendid
medicine. . 1 prescribe it, and my confid
ence in it irrows with eonhuned ne." It
diges's what yon eat and qai'kly rare
drspeps and indigeetion For eale ty
LaOrinp witn ita alter effects, anana'ly
destroys tnoaand of people. It may be
qoicky cared by Une Minute Cough Care,
thennlyrenaedy thit prHiu" immediate
rsoulta in couvh. cold, cr .up, bronchitis,
pneamouia and threat and tune troubles,
t "ill prevent eiump.ion For sale by
fosoay k Mason. .
oetle. lull of life, nerrt Md ior, take Xo-T-
Bac. tlx nai)nr-workr. that make tut i
Canned Asparagrus lv
strorc. All drasfisU,snerSl. Careen
terd Booklet and sample rrae. Addrese
Starling Reraeiljr t'o., i mtoro r r!air Yore
lilBMHTw Wit Wa.kt vaacarota.
On (if Oihirtlc, ear YMWlpatliB forever.
ssc HUCU rail. ertmwtar-
...SU ... 0
rilE OLD !0U KACYCLC WILl
DROP IN PRICE WHEN, LIKE
OTHER WO EELS, IT
DROPS ITS QVALITT .
AND STOPS WIN
Yonr dignity will sever be loweied by
. mounting a Recycle, and you'll never
com In last la the Sunday spin you take
itn vour friends.
DoVttoand bay wheel with a re
pair shop ring about It when the Mm
none or a Hide mora would get yon
" aW 'TREAT
WARRANTED TO RUN A ULL
SEASON WITHOUT REFlLLINQf
FOR SALE. BY.
, . , . . .
AN EXPERT MACHINIST SATS
OF THE RACTCLE ,
"So simple it's a wonder no one ever
thought of it before. Can't set oat of or
der, Bound to bold the lubricant. Will
ran the season without refiling and yet it
can be refilled at any time a rider desires
in less than a minute. Does away with
bashings, pins, sleeves, ana even scpar
' ateeo&er" .,-.-., .- .....
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