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Satoriay Evonmg.DacoailiBr 15,188)1
SYiTl. NIlTrHU, K'litiirj ami I'u'ulUlrara.
Mntnr,l at tliu P w. ' JH1 (i it Albany, Or
as second-clans mull mi'.ttnr.
New Officers. The AlViny W. R. C.
at their meeting hist evening e'ected the
tollowlrfe officers for the ensuing year.;
Pr.tdra.t, Mrs Kai.yhiIVliofn ;5 H,y
PresMr Mary A1lcn jVlVe..lMr
Sarah Tablcr ; Sec, Mrs Kale 11 Montan
ve : Treas.. Mrs Al.ina Martin ; Chap.,
- Vance ttu3Wli. Mary Crossca- assi
to department cOiiyenlioivMrtMuryEW,
' ' Mrs Mary Allen, Mrs' Martha Jane, Mm
Sarah Tabler, Mrs Ida trying : aucriinics,
Mr Kato Moore, Mrs Sarah I Iochtcdler,
innh Thomnson. Mrs Martha Vance,
- xfr.' KnHle Ilentnn : executive committee,
' Mrs M i Train, Mrs Ida Irving, Mrs Eliza
I'oKifs Kut at v; We lalivays'llke ft
!;: joke, even if it pinches, pariiculari irom
a paper like th Astoria J'iouvr, which
' every week or two has a column article
filled with dust worn, patent medicine cuts
' i: thrown out by, Noah when lie passed over
. i'1' Oregon. Here it is: :"The Albany papers
r''"ll are publishing wood cjjfcr purporting to pe
' .. sketches of - Yaqituiiv bay , showing the
wrecked steamship. The cut tt fifttitLf
Dkmocrat looked like the impression" left
In the mud br an old gum loot heel with
the corners wore off, and the IIeroliV$
sketch looked like the picture of a section
of diseased liver, as Is shown in the 'before
taking' cut in a patent meJicinc almanac."
THE 1UN AlinUT TOWN
A KinuiU indy,.afxetjiaftit jjvm itA. J)U Ij( J iMtaxfi
two months has run oft with a newspaper
man. Hereafter the Man About Town
will carry a revolver for self protection.
Nothing docs one more good than to give,
which is mi'rcj'blcssed than to receive. Wo
inane uns jrej iarK Dccausc nrisimas is
nearly here, and last year our stocking was
almost empty Christmas morning.
While the yards of Albany r lush and
Ui.ty in their, pcreriuiali jrresiiiilss, where
the leaves will permit it, "hack j Kast"
tliev areeiiher while or rusty as in old
nail. Now which do you like the lies"..
i Mud is allVightwhcn U Comes to; mak.
'"3 Vy pics ; but on the streets and in
newspapers it is a bad thi.-.g, and oven a
b-giif blacking a week with a perpetual
TTifi'tve power - coulri'nt keepones shoes
black Hiese tMifV-daySj'-'-We JtiVle this
.lAteMeufHtJiSrjlhv' froin jjr.si one to
-.lonltaJ Sil nisU feiKliss huve llloi-.is i nd
LisM:tflifltittnherrnin,; froin be-
HOME AND AliltOAl)
Stole the Team. Recently Mr. Krady,
brotber-in-law of Kritz Huffman, sent a
team over to the farm of R. D. Murray, in
charge of a man going by the name of
Smith. Smith went right on to McMinn
vllle, where he disposed of the team to a
liveryman, receiving part pay. Hiied a
horse and went to Portland.selling It there.
Mr. Krady returned to-day with '.he team,
after having paid $15 livery bill in McMinn-villc.
. 1 Vorle
Lost, Strayeo.or Stolen. A young
man with a pink mustache and fair com-
ion .1 Ileonswers o tha name of JI. D.
I WJieSTlAsf Uciid irqro-' ritual, JJ j
Woodburn, wearing sad eyes and a sack
;qat. (Apvj Information leadiug to hit
wUMdaidiiUMii! kHHnkfullrJ oHrod,,,
at the CapilidJouru.ii office. Salem Jnir-
Moody Moody has notified KevAVeDlf
that he cannot hold revival iperviceSj here j
but Prof Lee wasflt&tW folf nlghlff 1$ :;
Portland W. C. T. U. that he would hold
College services here Jan. 2nd and 3rd pro
vided entertainment is furnished for 100
students, which has been accepted.
Quick Work. Tuesday evening L. E.
TioTiday fradl,"of artiatfcWe SioiW, i.
certain style demanded by the trade being
on the jetty at Yaquina Bay. This morn
ing they arrived in the city, three and a
half days from the time ordered.
Holiday goods at French'
Only a few more loan yeir tUyr.
.lie vcrit fit-Mux w TO
lnsilfrirro 1st Fruneii'j:
mm fart' "-k u
y should gi to. tlui npv, ( ii.m Lu
win wii:;h', f'-.-a-tis'- is mc
: hM.lftiTl'!H)lt,Br Ifa ;on',
Miif ji m ti ff .-Jptxrj.f J- cMiienten
The 18th Ore;oa rport
about January 1st. M&'-:5". 'A
Iw prices prevail at th 'C'WiJc'V J"i
ry store. f ' V- -'-'-'-' V'l;
(into P. J. Laportes furyour boot ut,'i1'nrs
repairing. '.:. -'''f' . ''. iV-'j
The host confectionary in the cityat Frih
eis I'fuitlur's. y ''"''l.r' ':'
fluid anil silver watches,' , Big Wamrjs : iii
tliem at French's. y - .- ' fi
Tweedale carries the boss heitli if sii);
and sells thein the cioapnst. : . '
Kre.ih combes', ; eeoti p-t yl .
liludgett'i MjUi .Try it.'...
QN'ext SatunJ-ly "fhirpenpleof Ailil iml i -vite
on the coV quti'jn.
Call am1. Ece ilura K riy Cvi'.f.
.11 ran'jit it W CJCsriw !!'.. ' '. i
For holiday eJBdtrV tints; :tfer-i-. '.
Wilatnette Paekhi Co 'a store.
It costs five cerfys a-fuUsX i jde a;; t', tV,'.
It & N in Wtshingtoa'ttrnWcyvia Hi j Clll
A full line of'Caristmas caudies and nuts
will bo kept by-Br0wn!4 lU.Uiuird.-. .
The weskly'W.CI V column will appear
in Monday's i&suo of the daily ..Cj'.,;:;: v ir'; '
Mr David Crewsa and wifo iuid Mr linti 'i
Sliedd, of Shedd are" in the city-to -1 jay.
You will save money uv eMtihe--A our
plumbing and job; work 'dona ai Twsijaie'.
Warren Hulbert arflyea In Albauy ti;daX
trnm i'cniliotou wicn several lino iiyuis
dales. v ., , . , .. .,: .
Hon W R Bilyeu has moved his law olllco
front the Foster block iuto the Foshay &
tag andol himLshe.iutKilrcd , wliat was go.
ing on. lie told her that "the Chinese
were having a big war and her husband
had in passing by accidently been shot."
She uttered a scream, ran into- the house,
and is now In the insane asylum.! Such
joking on a serious matter is simply out
A Democrat man his been throuf inuMtv.
Julius Gradwohrs finely equ.tppd store, and
is able to report one of the 'finest stocks in
the Northwest, probably none better in the
State. He is carrying a vory superior stock
of crockery ware, having the latest patterns
in the market. In toys and children's play
things generally tha variety carried! is as
tonishing, eyerything almost fronj a tin
whiatle up His stock of Roger tiros, silver
plated ware is a good one and in plush goods
ho keeps a large stock of toilet sets' and al
bums. What yon cannot lind at Mr Grad
wohl's for the holidays is hardly worch get-
Friday evening, Dec 2t, under the man-
J agerrntyrjWiawford who will use
J every effort to make this the moft enjoy-
frtblc balljpf the season. Crawford & Lit-
,tlcrjljjip4. a (flashlight picture of the
uiMoquciuuci 0 us wen us ui tin present. 11
yourare fond of sweet music come and listen
to Crawford's orchestra. TicketsJ $i50.
f fTiiYiSWAB. Wuj. M. Itdtgrbt the
iarriicdijn the Wty this
morning and left on the afternoon train for
the Bay to investigate the late disaster to
the "Yaquina Bay." The steamer remains
,. - in the same position and its fate is 11 mat.
tef of speculation, though It - is. generally
Is Charge. The steamer "Yaquina
Bay," wh.icb.ran aground on Sunday eVcti
ine has been turned over to Ihc-.underwtt
Sick. Tiih East In; IjrWfrrwfcM&.Wi
mother's home in lis city of i iikeaip.Tfiilf;
ed rothln, ' somethlriff ol ihe..:tlat0r:' jil,i
measles, only difterent, a nfpno. oetwoer
measles and scarlet bsyrtj. f -!gf.f&
';: :, I, i- f ii:
Dvnamitb. Mack, the tailor,, has just
received from the East a'jjenMlnd Jlot
anarchist newspaper ' Mi! sliowlt , w ills
friends with the torigs ami Cursp; MhL$$',
nainitc bomb who sent it.
a ttqaerrjuarnpoeil ru pcen piaceo
r.1 1 ' I I I' v i.
A Novelty. A novelty in Albany Is a
girl's tricycle at Mr. Julius Gradwohl's.
We cannot Imagine a finer Christmas pres
ent;' Hv all means at least call and see it.
Motitetili & Sei
i Q$l early. before
The largest stock of nuts and candies
the valley at F H Pfeiffer'r. I
' BAntis.-'The finest line of bahy carri
ages in the Valley just received atj Stewart
& Sox's. Prices are remarkably cheap con
fcrlnthC'sqparior quality of the carrl
agcVT' iJif viis'-j j
Mrs Kd Holmes, of Shedd, who Was taken
to the asylum several mouths- go, ihas been
discharged and is now in Portland!. She is
aiid to he greatly improved and ths Df.mo
crat hopes to see her fuPy recovered.
Revere House. W Read, Lebanon;M
Whitney, N Y; las Gallanher. NIY: I I)
Smith, Baker City; B Smith; C Miller, W
Jsympnfl,StJf i vv. p Kochr, s
St. Charles. G K Sm7fh7Blg!gs, Cal i
C S Clark, Gates ; G L Savage.AJ Freed
man, T A IIoovcv, S F : Mrs Fuller, Har-
risburg i H W Oliver, OaklandJ Cal : T
Anderson, B H Chamberlain, Chicago;
las Mathena, Sacramento ; A B Liudelson,
JefStrspfl frXS. Mwers, Shedd. 1
ne, Lebanon :
Stuart . V Son.
diUc'd' IO Sorinnted, T Noccorato ; M
aiattro A wato I' V Maio ; S Funoro ; A
rotCBllo'f S Guaryclo ; P Guarycio ; A
Conetlio' E Anzerino ; P M'irttello
Mpntello .F Albo-iN Albo ; Mi Mai
coo ;: AMoip ! N Ticoi : P MoiO : F
cotriito ; H 'NaWCrato ; F Naccorrato ;
P Bambino ; C Long ; G M Wntson ; G
Voung i FA Diertner, Chicagp ; P Bla.
Jock J S AndersortV'J Larren, Alsca ; W
T Ilea Id, Cal ; E S GrllHn, Scio.
A pio'nr- .f I'll it, in Dr Guiis ft SonV,
owntd by Vr i h. was . ninfed in 1G39.
T)r Oilb-.t, f.f S.lem nsed through thi-
ijoitv. JasWubfclJiwB4i.Moa,rjwliii ha .
HFllvxriuga wiur" f I. fi.n.
Win Writ:h. 'a-tr is makinir his
hilft)irfi)1t,Br Ui, fl-jon's, whore he
Inentera and ten
nmt inM iIijIJs fsifclr nukii on tha Oreann
Pari lie ' i
Rev W W limu, w H ii-joh in the U. P.
Chiueh in innrroiv in r iint; and evening,
while Rev Iri i-e u .inply iev Logj,,',
pjill'it in I' . !.-t.rl. j
: Sumo o'.n h 'il e'lid it saloon to a mill.
AVhrri-tic 1 . 1 1 Pr y , wilei,t the former
ffrinds nit voun j mpn, nul iiiho are as neces
sirv t -a -wn as wheat tn a mill . )
Midti W IM Parish sihis in a concert at
Sslem It- r.i ht. bi'ii.gen'hasiastly received, j e(j
...... ... . .. ivn. 1R ais
ft ;;! ji. Aihinv, an.i o hope to peaher
hIV 'ffii." ivin'er
".rrl'S Rli J' i ,, v.
lv I'livyr a. i.i ,,
Mi id: -j
i.ue. .!.! 1 til
one nf the most diffi
"iln to care; but Du
'"sii r.-;movo it oer-
fier ihieinpiiiinKt.tnt- !
". S d by Feabay & i
novcltk' whicl) aUi'Nci d itntnense crowd
every day (or Ihrce weckn in Portland at
Cort's theatre, will tihow in ilw Albany
Opera House on Saturday evening, Dec.
2.2nd, and give a matinee hi Llie afternoon.
This Know hun the finent and best: trained
animaU in the world. The three! famous
ponies, the smallest of which is 3i inches
hih ; the yreat Ulondin monkey ; the
schools of trained do and truirtcd goat,
separately and combined perform such
tricks as to excite profoundust admiration
and wonder. Partiularattention is called
to Fran'.:, the biid pony, and hi marvel
ous tricks, and (.'barley, the. praying dog,
who prays Or a 1 ; the leaping grey
hound, a-hich, for Ion,; distance jumping,
beat the worl-i. Tickets, 25 cents ; reserv
seats, $o-tns, f r m! at Blackmail's,
Prift". for mniinre, 25 cents nnd 10 cents
foTcTiTldTOnr "Kemrmbrrthe date.
1 : - ... t : 1 1 . , i i :
;,Were havln"i rinstiiii' oUi
1 1 j.iw.iiics uave,gouc riut lbs trlihps arc
ever with Mi' y i'
'A.'yjiinioM -JOKl&ythv tecj'tlng of
thd- hattle.amii(f tho-ChlHrse" Ijlgllbindcrs
at Port'aridMrs.VdiljeflfarrW stood at
mc front gatfl-TDfj erj-homo-, plaiting the
arrlVV'-lrKliHRy anpej. She
heard the n)ld andontlnunl Crlntr of arms
and was MXtomto. tho What It all riiiil4iX'Wtai?,,vJ il f f TV t U
bei-Ji erinniAiati." )ni'JAr1 v. " ou want a tender cliKITi! W rtrre ai;K
f 'JiRuWt84j C Trin
0'McrlN:-JW RS ; L Sti
Mr Carl Luderman reft rastibveiilDg
A.hUnd to make arrangements for opening
a boat and sheestorethere. - .-Mr Luderman
understands thr bssto'essi '-thorAnghly,: -aad
will make a valuablo addition to Ashland's
I :A:natft tliA Pnrtlsnil nn.l Aa
T. T. Fisiirr WWHaBra tii'-l make eanital ont ot
I bill iU ll.lT- o niu --- - - t
the wreck of the Yaqumr nay. iney are in
vi.,,, r.mll -hiniyess. Tho metropolis of a
UatJirtiiHshoia b rilling to labor
Survevi.o. Mr. E
pared to do surveying ox nit kinds at lea
sonabic rates. He has complete copies of j
field notes and township plats injthe cdifr'l
tv. Adrcss Miller's Station, Llt)n coiyltje.
CtT. i -. 71 .
JJU'iij-l . 1
.IT. ' :)I'.'J1. '
i:ti-i iiim aull ,:wiO
e,tQio of thoew style, roasters at W C
ouureiary .uiuurmu, ui bile iiuauy iiiaui-
anee Company, is expected in, AHuuy in ti.
few days. " t.OHtlf. ,,0'C
The Koseburg Rtv'tc my thare is only one
case of smallpox there, aud. that is about a
aiiie from the city. !"ui i ....
Mrs W H St John has beeu appelated
prosiJoul o the Albany . W Cr T U t J sue
ceed Mrs 'J H Tow'nseud' '
Mrs Martin Payne is prepared to take
first-class boarders at her residence opposite
the Congiegational Church,
Finest display of Christmas presents in the
city, is to be found at French's (,The Corner
Jewelry Store.1' Prices Una.
Dr S G Irvina and Rov Achoson, of. this
county, have been in Portland several '.days
attending the Moody meetings.
Subscriptions for the leading periodicals re
ceived by F L Kenton. Orders forwarded
promptly. Price lilts furnished free, f t
Jas Allen, the intoxicated cock who1, tried
to escape from the marshal Thursday was re
leased last evening and left the city. '
An order has been issued on the Southern
Pacific that no freight shall be delivered un
til the presentation of the shipping receip .
Prof Lee has concluded. to retain his posi
tion in the Albany college during the com
ing year, one he has filled with great credit.
Making a specialty 6f "eandies, ' nuts, a
Francis Pfeiffor caa dobetter than- anywhere
elso. Kemember this in Retting your.holinay
confectionary, f ,...(,, fi i
Cart Wilson,! who has been attending 'the
university at Salem, sot4irned to his home in
cms county several uays rgo, bpuwhoshok
with the typhoid feTOr. -i I i.ne )., -n
Mr Qmgley, theentleman wno .ntted np
the Yaquina Bay. is now at Newport., i He
suvs Col Hosg-told him to spare no expense
in fitting her up, also that it was one of the
tinest rjpats on tne coast,
Forest Grave Jj-rkcri. thit's its name, and
No t is on our table. "" As its .leading mer
chaniA only run inch: ads, wo oannot make
soy'very oonlidentpreditionf for it. It is
nicely gotten op though. ( , t" .
Mr William.Vance leaves to-morrow on
trip to Tacoina and Seattle.' ' ' We hope Mr
Vance will not get the Soond fever tbat is
striking some, 'as we used mon of his entcr-i
prise and push at noma.j,H , ,, ; ,,, .
The citizens of Lafayette have offered the
Evangelical Chnroh its Court House and jail
and several thousand dollars, in money, if
they will locate thtr proposed College there
a startlingly liberal dffsfc In
THa Vamilna Bsv'-htadetha trio to San
Fiancisco fiom New York-in 63 days and 9
hours. The fastest previous time recorded,,
according to McCarty's abstjatician, wis 6li
dsys and 4 minutes. ; t('-ti;i i.
Hughes ft Ward, tbq mpenince reyiyaf;
ists, who were in Albany last year, have each
ffnne into the leal estate business, Mr
r. . , 1 v.. i n . . .
Mies IP t oruaua uu jyr nsra lu i urt
fr Carl Luderman left lastibvetiing for
A large and complete ' lin'
L gents' clothing and furnishing goods at
U. Mclhvain s. In the c'.othintr denart-
ment he has a large line of pants, regular
value, $5, which he will sell duriug the
coming week for $J.so. )
far.fke builduuf f g q all sections ot tne
late, ftotsown.il i
r 'small souled Port-
! oWcicrt no3JAK8"Otnaau''
iAfrt , YfiHSC'i
,snoiJaolldiii a'noblA ,H rilol ml hjiiuuA
f.Itw iecitr ft'wintit'fq ."s Hen nit il'uri
In ei.inntaiii of' a1
iici hllfl Io:ii. ft.Mr.
zru.n, priifff.ii or subprcssed
I. "will lind in Orf-nn KirJ xivT..
A failtl'ht'irinj.l. It can li.i reiicd'unon in
overv 'sneatn give immediate relief from
nrinarr-tfrraWes. Tlinu-au.ls of women are
suffering; avery day from some disorder ofthe
t id si - Mr liver, who in'tht be permanentlv
npnwlhyuine Orei;u Kidney Tea. Sold
by Fo-h iv & M wwi i
Highland, Clackamas Co.. Or., March '20 ' 1
I.hliye suffered with a disease of the kid
neys for or 7 years and for the last two
months nave been laid up with a pain in my
back. A friend sent me a sample of the (Ore
gon Kidney lea, and having used it one
week I can do a good day's work, j I have
derived moxe benejit from it than rjxll
J. O. HwniLL.
SjJiI by Tosliay & Mason. I ) !
r " r n 'j f .
WoaliHw a .box of .Julius. .Joseph's fine
i 1kw irfftrcffsf'titrd nlfi&ra orosof
hin tins ninerschKum pipes.
fifHcrtl andfitwbis fin stoei of
"k Pt'life'tSsfTr you want a 6rs(-class
article of teas go tothe Willamette! Packing
Co's. store, their German mixed tea is just
what every one ought to ue, as it is first
class tea and warranted to give i satisfac-
" Auction. Auction every afternoon, tit
M. J. Monteitli's, at S. E. Youag's old
store. Goods at your own price. tVfitet
1 Don't TMot Tour' loisy Away
baying silly little toys and gawgaws. Come
arourid'to our1 'pl.'ice ''of1- business and get
somethingthat will be of utiiitv, both use
ful ndoranitentah-j Lookovcr this list
and it eiaythcp you to mnlLCur your mind
whait buj-arit. ! j j"
.,4 . - "for ladies.
- The very best grade of Shearsr and Scis
sors, Lap boards, Pocket Knives, Curling
lions, Skates, Knives, Forks and Spoons o
all kinds,Cail Bells,Babv Cnrriages,Wring
ers, fancy sets of Fiat Irons, Kitchen
Grindstones, new style Coffee Mills, etc.
FOR UF.NTIiF.MEN. J
Carving Sets, Razors, Razor Strap and
Brushes, the finest Pocket Cntlery, Tools
of all kinds, Revolvers, Gunn, Skates, etc.
M A'. 1! I I 2K
ck4t jKrriies. Skates. Tool Chests.
'Wagont.-.wSeelbarrws, Bicvcles, Axes,
KoT STEWART & SOX.
. 1 .SJH32A dlriffili.jt ft ,nofiitt jt 7j,f'4o,i
, 't -I I
7? ':' it "rai'.i. "Sil l )Mi
tc?AAIl goods sold! at the lowest cash prices
and warranted to give satisfaction. j
: " 1 ' ....
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7 Butter anil Eggs Taken in Exchange for Goods,
, Subscriptions receive " for 11 ll
-WEWSPAPERS AND WAGAZINESO
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fori sale without reserve at COST
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