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FRIDAY JUNE 24,1881. STEWAET & GREY, t:.lltr and Pruarleior. . A . It. R. TIM K TAHM.. Albany Station. Dtl'tKIIKt: OF THUS. WHSP SrtSTIl. il.Rxr F.M?KSiHVjar1!t T: A. M. VRIiMIT TitAINS " ' - !MXA. M . Arrive st - - UitiA. M. II VII. ikvi t - - 1;:K I. II KH'ND SOCTII. ..... ' Arrlwut A. U MVIL THVIN j iMwrtot l:uf I. M riRliMIT TRAIN " - - A'.HY Kl'Ki:S.S Arrive at - S:35 1'. M. 411 Train dally, exwnt nlay. Noth'R.Oii ami after thi date regular tickets will lw sold at our ticket ofltoe for following point on Columbia river: Upper 1 ... ..II . l- . ( aeatiea, u. mi's, i uKi.ii 1. 1, ttuiiiiia, Walla aM ami Amsworth. Wll.1, B. Riok, Freight and Ticket Agent o. c. it. it. ro. Albauv. June IStli, 18'. fftTTTCS T A TVD mv bo fount on nW at Ootv X JLLO AT isX J&A iv UiMfU X N-e.-r COaOact ia) be taa.K ru It la M. lOKK. Warm weather. Wool. i8 J cents. Crops looking lin. F. M. French, jeweller. Advertise in the Dku.kuat. 1 .. u items scarce this wet-k. Cease to Albany and cclobrat.-. Always real the advertisement. Printers pk-uic in Salem today. A new cross walk on First street. Conrad Meyers, OroeeT and Kaker. i :., river is falling again tpiite fast. Tti Stsr Urewery Iter is fctill nhead. A slight advance in the wool market. M. K. Skipworth. lawyer. Albany, Or. O. lite a heavy rain agaia last Sunday. ttotu lxta-u bread at the Star Bakery. )argaius at J. F. D. Wrinkle and (Vs. A gd many farmer in town this week. Ei ink eel for a big time on vhe Fourth. No more signs of rust in thi county yet. Lady Pottinger hai evid. ::tly changed diet What has becom f the selvol "ite ques tion The i-L. to gt a choice steak is at Dave Horlacher'a. The Oliver Chill! Raw is the U-st plow for dry ground. Boost Home will cnlelwte tx coming Fourth in fiue style. TraTd over the O. and 0 stantly increasing. We understand the new It. U. ia con- w.tvr i.4 to be completed by August 1st. Heaters are thinning to leek about for good farms for next year. iUalttcld and Irving have Uie bt'aud cheapest syrnp in the city. Hoffman and Joseph carry a large stock of canned goods of all kinds. School children are thoroughly eiij.iying their vacation this plc.tsant weather. The De Mih'EAT is better t i n too bast advertising medium in Linn Coanty. An elegant lot wf tine jurasoU, received this week at Monteith aud SeitenbacbV. Dunbar's shoes are all the rage at Samuel K. Your s tit, style,and ijoality cau ran teed. We hear that the Lebanon authorities are trying to boy a hind lire engine at Aitoria. Geo. Taylr living up near lebanon, is running tire, wood down the canal to this city. Dr. G. Willis Price, dentist, office iu Odd Fellow's Temple, over Plu miner' Drug Store. Seven or eight emigrant wagons passed through the city eastward bonnd Tuesday last. Several pleasant residences about the city f ur sale and t rent. Call on Stewart and Grey. Cord and taxs- the iinest variety ever s'towu in this city at Monteith aud Seiten bach's. Ptneniber the Fi emeu's ball at the Pacific Opera House ou the evening of the Fourth. Look out for Mady's ad. next week. He proposes to set up a Fourth of July dinner worth naviug. We publish this week ordinance No. 103, to prevent minors from waudering about the streets after 9 p. m. A comet cau be een in the heavens now about one o'cleck at night. It is located a little east of north. Last Monday Samuel K. Young recievtd two cir loads of MeCacaMck binders and one hundred boxes of wire. Grapes are in bison, and now u the time to prevent mildew by powdering all the blooms with sulphur. CbnraiMtyer at the Star Bakery keeps constantly on hand fresh baked pie?, eikee, cjokies and bread. If yon want to dad a good renter for your farm next season lt-av.; a description of it with Stewart and Grey. W. C. Tweedale is the sole agent for the celebrated Medallion Range and St Ijoui. Charter Oak Cook Stove. Toe program for the Fourth of July will be published next week. It promises to be a very attractive oae. The finest currants in the city, at Ilcdtield .id lrving'a. and for tale by tin; pint, gallon or bushel in quantities to suit You can get the best five cent cigar in the city at Hoffman's and Joseph's and they are not a "New York" cigar eithe.-. W. C. Tweedale's is the place to go for your tin copper, and sheet-iron ware. The best good anl at low price?. Th3 Methodist cmp meeting neir Shedd station went into operation yterday; It promises to be very successful. Bead what our wheat men have to say about the coming crop and prices in another column of this, week's Democrat. J. E. Sorbin, has the choicest brands of wines, liquors and cigars constantly on hand. Bottled beer and imported Ginger ale. Look out for our grand illumination on the public square on the evening of the Fourth. Something new in the way of fireworks. Work on the Brqdalbin street sewer was commenced yesterday aud will be pushed forward to completion as fast as possible. A day or two since a strauger hi the city asked to be shown tlie new woolen mills. He thinks there is no doubt of their success. Considerable grading and improvements are going on about the city. Ferry and Water streets are being put in good shape. 3fe. Two's have a fine new streamer which will float from thr-ir iltg-staft" in future on days when theie are meetings of the com pany. D. Horlacher keeps constantly on hand a fine assortment of fresh aud salt meats of all kinds. VVhen you want something nice call on Dave. La lies call and 833 tho3e beautiful dre goods, "Boston Fancies" at only 20 cents per yard worth 40 teitf, at J. F. D. Wrinkle aud Co's. One of the largest stocks of general mer chandise in the county, and all at reasonable prices, at C. B. Montague's General Store, Lebanon. Call on C. B. Moutngno when m l-euanon. Ho will convince you that hi stock is as large sud prices as low as any merchant in tho ceuuty cau offer. C. B. Montaguo, ef Lobauon, never com plains of dull times. The reasou is that his goods and prices all nive satisfaction, and his customers come again. Paters and Sox recieved 3000 lbs of twine or tha During bin ler last Mondsy, and on the same day they also recieved one and a half car loads of binders. Heifrutn aud Joseph willl have a tirat-chus stand at the Grove ou tho Fourth. They propose to put everything up in good shapo and kuow just how to do it Monteith and Seitoubach have reduced the price on Lvlios tummor s:oks from $10 to S7 and are ollering seme extra liargatns this week. Call and examine them. Daniel Bent's establishment at the f.Kt of Lyon street is one of tho busiest places iu the city. They are turning out a large MM ber of his improved separators this season. The Albany Farmers Co. received atj their warehouses in this city aud at Tangent, the past season 19CV,(Mt0 bushels of wheat aud have now on storage about '.S,(HM bushels. Wo shall publish uoU week full lists of committees, programme, prizes, etc. for tho coming celebration. Kvery effort is being made aud there is no doubt of a grand success Graf aud Fromm are among our mot eu- tarprising concerns, and ire niauufaeturing vervthiou now iu the furniture line. For good goods aud low prices goto Graf and Fromm. The lrst of July ends the current storage year at tho Albany Farmers Co. Warehouse. After that date :t cents storage additional will be charged on wheat stored there last season. l.cviWi -t was thrown from a horse last Sabbath evening and hail the large bone of his right leg brokn abut midway bctuetti it knee and ankle. Drs Kelly and Harris set the boue. C. W. Osboi ne proposes to have ou baud for the Fourth the largest stock of choice FX!uch candies ever brought to tho city. Do not fail to give him a call when in need ot hue candies. As will be seen by our Gervais correspon dence the twine biudcr trial tbich took place there last Tuesday was a success. The machines sold were, Dceriug II, Osborne 19, snd Woods X If you want to sell your farm leave a des cription of it with Stewart aud Crey and have it advertised iu the Deuik u.m and 'Oregon Colonist" No charges unless a sale is e. Verted. Bemember that Win. L Watkiuspays ti.. highest market price in cash for furs aud hides, wool, chickeus, eggs and all kinds of pio duce. He docs uot ask you to take trade every thitig'is cash. It would be well enough to remember that fires occur sometimes and the best way is to secure a good policy of Insurance in one of the stxuach companies represented by Stewart ft Grey. The Oliver Chilled Plow will run and do good work in dry ground when a steel plow cauuot le kept in. Tin-y are just the plow you want for summer fallowing. l or sale by Samuel K. Young. We are requested to say to all parties uho wish to jein the ranks of the Horuibusques who will visit this city on July -Ith, that they cau make arrangement. by n ; wtin j at ouce to Ala Harris. The steamer 'A.A.McCully" passed down the river Monday moruiug last She wdl now make regular trips as long as the water i high euough, leaviug Portland every Sun day and Wednesday. Many rumors have been current the past week in regard to the Yaquina Bay B. B. As far as we can learn everything seems to be favorable and work is to be commenced ou the road very sooo. The Hjltrr office was sold for debt yes terday, and its old proprietor, Mr. VauCleve, bought it in for 3320. Ho w ill start up the paper again, probably uxt week, and we wish him success. The Skidegate labricating oil, made of shark's livers is for sale at C. A. Plummer and Co's, and for all lubricating parposes, farm machinery etc. it is said to be the best and cheapest oil in the market. A. Pearce, our ferryman, sent ui in some lint flax thi weV tha'; WWHI 4 fast ia length, and Jas. Thompson sends in another specemen of the sam? length and says he can show at least four solid acres like it Some liend in human shape struck Mike Cowans cow on the hip with an ax last week sinking the blade in several inches deep. Anyoneguilty of such an act ought to have the full benefit of an old-fashioned whipping post. No family should bo without a supply of that IS year old whiskey at Sorbin's, for medical purposes. It is the old establisl ed brand of Jesse Moore, and the purest end best whisky ever manutactured. Try some of it. A rumor was current some days ago that Portland intended running a free train over the O. and C. It. It. to that city on the com ing Fonrth. After dilligent inquiry we could find no foundation for the rumor and believe lit to le groundless. Black cashmeres, all wool aud 39 inches, wide, only 50 cents per yard, worth 75 cents A fine silk finish blue black cashmere, 37 inches wide, 7. cents par yard, worth 1.03 at the popular dry goods house of J. f. D. Wrinkle and Co. One of the principal attractions in Leba non is the large aud well stocked establish ment of C. h. Montague, Mr. Montague is building up a fine trade, and certainly de serves it. He sells goods at reasonable pt i ces, and carries a fine assortment. Cenkliug may be losing votes iu the New York legislature and is probably sorry he ever resigned. Our friend FA. Bellanger, of the Star Brewery, however, is still gain ing ground and reports the Star Brewery beer as growing more and more popular as i t becomes better know n. Salfmarsh and Langdon, are prepared to furnish the farmers with lubricating oils, for farm machinery at low prices. They have just received, a very large stock of castor and lard ous. Call and see them and get their prices before buying inferior grades of oil. Mr. 0. P. Tompkins, of Harris burg, has decided to make a change in his business on account of poor health. Until further uot ice he will sell all goods in his line, stoves, tin ware, copperware etc., at tod-reek prices. Give him a call and fecure some of the bar gains he is offering. Bring in your Fourth of July advertise ments for next weeks Democrat. We have a very interesting communication from Yaquina bay, descriptive of that p lace, and the adjoining con a try and shall issue a large supplement. Over 300 extra copies of the issue have already been ordered. Conrad Meyers is putting in a fine new front which will greatly improve the appear ance cf hii corner. It will be of the same style as the fronts in the Foster brick and the Senders and Sternl erg building. Mr. Meyers A. II. Ate il wain carrion an immense stock of clothing and boots and shoos, and is offer ing goods at 2ft per oont less than any othsr house in the city. You can buy a first class outfit for very little money by giving him a call. The cheapest store in the city. s one of our most enterprising business men, iud proposes to keep fully up with the times. Mr. JofT. Creel who lives nbout four miles north of this place brought us iu a sample of wheat last woek which measured abovo the roots, ( feet and '2 inches. He has a pieoo of aores which bo says will average .". feet iu height. Tho heads are largo aud well filled out. The same piece ws under water ton days during tho flood last January. Messrs. Uubarts ft Dubruille the popular harness makers of this city have brought on ode of the largest and finest it looks of btigy harness over eU'erod iu Albany. They pro- pose to sell them at prices which w ill justify everybody in want of a harnoss to call ou them ami purchase. A large stock ef har uess and saddlery goods constantly on hand, liook here at some of tho prices for which you cau buy goods at the new dry goods mm of J. F. D. Wrinkle and Co. 11 yards unbleached muslin, $1.00. 10 yards best whito muslin 91.00. 17 yards host American print calico 1 00. 10 yards linen crash toweling 91 AM. 12 yards Canton lUuuel 91.00. Mr. I.ovi Davis of Forestville Cat, was iu tho city Wednesday last, on his way to Jcftersnn. He is the proprietor cf the eels brated carp fish ponds at Poroatvillle, snd as his shipments to this state are rapidly in creasing he has come hero with an idea of establishing a branch breeding pond some where in the state. Ho will visit the state fair at Salem, and parties who are lu'ercstod iu carp culture can see him there. Messrs. Humphrey aud Ievinohavw about completed their new ferry boat aud will launch it this week. They have lilted up tho old Price aud Nickersou mill at tho mouth of McDowell crook on tho Sautiain aud are turning out some first class lumber. They have ou hand about 75000 feet of well seasoned lumber now aud are prepared to fill rders. The new ferry will be a great con. veniencc to parties living iu that section. Two prices will be oIL-rcd for eouteating firemen ou tho Fourth. Ono ef 910 to the baud eugiue throwing a stream the greatest listaiice, and 93.' to any tugino Co. which will start at a givrtt point, ruu -100 yardi, set and throw a steam 100 feet iu the abortest time. rth these contests are open to all, tii latter to steamers also. No en trance fee will be charged, snd it is expected the contests will bw very inter, stm "Kli n nt) I'iUOMI MMIv i .e..r-.. Sett lender has gone to Portland. Prof. L. B. Iawsou. of Sao Jmc Cal .is in the city, W. B. Donica of lbanon was in town Monday. Mr. S W r, of Portland, came down Tuesday. Capt Cass H. Portland. Henry Me! twain Humphrey has gone to went down to for. land last Wednesday. Mr. J. H. Wilson of Halsey, was in city Wednesday. Mr. Henry Hahne, of Halney, was in the the city last Wednesday. Mr. M. S. Monteith IpMl a d iv or two in Portland, this week. Hon. Jacob Newman of I . i was in the city this week. The Bachelors Diuing Club is o to of the institutions of tho city. Judg F. A. Chenoweth of Corvatlis was in the city Friday last Mr. George Hardy, visited Portland last Friday remaining over Sunday. Mr. S. J. M. Bomilly has been stopp'og at Yaquina Bay for several clays. The Misses Mansfield entertained a few of their friends Monday evening last. A little daughter of John H. Hsckleman, has been quite ill for some time past Mr. John liock oditor of the Oregon JCty 'Knterpriso" made us a brief call yettorday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blaine intend fcoing over to Yaquina By immediately sfter the Fourth. We received a very pleasant cdl from Win. BfcatlMt of Sweet Ho.iie, Uit Wedne. 1 uay. BegisteruJ letters aro !ing in the Aib, y orhcu addressed to Tho. McNeil; and A. B. Smith. Bro. Potitiger weut to Halsey last Satur day and our correspondent says he made a "mmk " Capt N. B Humphrey went to Portland to help carry thst city election theie last Monday. Al Swart, waa down from Fish Lake last Monday. Ho says fishing is splendid up there now. Mrs. Alma Story and Miss Fannie De- Clarke, came up from Portland list Tuesday to visit friends in this city. Myer Harris, and M. 8. Neugass of Cor vallia, took dinner with Ala Harris at the St Charles hotel last Suuday. Mr. C. O. Godley is recovering from his late iilnws. His son Harry will take him down to Independence to-day. Mr. '.. B. Moss of Sweet Home made us a pleasant call this woek. Ho says the crops in that section are looking fins. Capt. B. N. Armstrong and family went to Corvallis on the "A. A. McOuUy" Satur day last, returning Monday morning. Mrs. E. F. Sox 'went dowu to Portland last Tuesday on a visit, and will remain there until the latter part of next week. W. B. Bice has gono out to Boseburg lo take Joe Purdom's place for a few days, and Wilcox will oifieiftte at the depot until his return. Mi. Coo. McDonald, engineer on th : Al banv express train, was married-ou Tuesday evening of last week, to Miss McCauley, of Lebanon. J. L. Hatcher, Joe Lyle aud Hmry Wat son started Wednesday last ou a trip to Alsoa Bay to lie goao several days hunting and fishing. A party of young folks weut out to Mr. Geisundorfer's last Friday evening and spent La few hours very pleasantly with that hos pitable family. On account of being unwell Bev. T. J. Wilson, of Halsey, failed to fill his appoint ments in this city and at Cowan's School House last Sabbath. Sam Cohen was up last Saturday. He is now the postmaster at Suver's Station, and will open a store at that place this week. We hope he may have better luck this time than he had before. We are glad to learu that Itev. J. M. Hogue, whose thigh was broken sometime since, is improving rapidly. The bone has knit, and he is able to sit up and move him self around easily. It is rumored that our former travelin" agent, Wm. Foley, Esq., iu consideration of his efficient services in behalf of Joe Simon, Monday, is to receive the oppointment of City Attorney, vice Eebee, rejected. Port land Stun lard. Will U. Bice the popular agent of the O. J ft 0. It 11. at tfiis place engaged th. services of a special artist to "do" the city uud vicin Hp, and tho result ui his labors aro now on . exhibition at the Depot Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. A. Farlow, of Miller's Sta tion, paid us a friendly visit lust Monday, aud took another $3,00 worth of tho I i Mo rn at. We would like to hnvu several thous and such sulmcrihors ns Mr. I'm low. Our old friend, .1. M. Coon, of Carnes al ley, Douglas county, in down visiluig his relativos in this county. Ho called on u last Thursday aud paid up for the DMBO i: at. May good luck attend him. I,ast Wednesday a wagon load of oung fellows left this city iu eharuo of "Pullet to inako the ascent of Mary's Peak. Th fallowing persons answered to roll call: Prof Mattoou, Geo. Foster, George Fish, Thomas Overman and Arthur Gray. James A. Yi litis, F.iq , of Corvallis, one of tho editors of the (V.fv.- of that plan made us a pleasant oall Wcducsduy hott He says railroad matters are looking ope in I there and every body is j'lhilant over th prospect of speedy railroad connection with the Bay. Strange things will oocur in this world, Here we hava been trying, and thsugbt Wi had succeeded in getting nil tlm news that could ho 111 down in this city, but we biled at least iu one instance. A i great lo boy male III! appearance nt tlu ulele e of Kd. Zcyn, on the (ith iimt. , and seems in clinedto stay time. I vlill. Mien or Twine IttnuVr. Gkisv Ih. Or , June Hit Ht Horn Ih imu ril OKNTi.KMicn. Yesterday, Juno 90, n Tery interesting exhibition of twine binder took place in a lb Id f barley, ou tho fern of, Mr. ftMMg nm tbto place, In which I ho Woods, McCor tnack, (ittbortio nuil Dceilng btodtrt participated. It wH witnessed by a large number of farmer from wiui portions of the Ktalc, a great many of whom u ! eiele I with n view of pur chasing. Then was no committee ap pointed nor prttM awarded, but cadi wan the judge for hluiMelf, and Hie gen eral impreaaiou n-emed to 1m tlmt the maehlneall did tlndrwork exceeding ly well, and Hie bewt of feeling pro vailed throughout At noon a bountiful ropa.it was served by Mr. Young unci bUj estimable lady, to which all did nuipli Justice, especially your corrtKindi nt. After dinner the balance of tho ntaud ing grain wa cut and bound, aud then tho "iushlo" of tho dlifeient machine-. wero explained bv their repccllvt? op- erator,und thncrowd quietly di-persi d I am credibly Informed tho following aftles were made a a direct n Milt of the exhibition : Deeriug, 11 ; Ohorno, I ; WimuIs, 3. Mere anon. SWCCTATOX . . t . w. A lelegraui to a gentleman in Portland, rocelved only a Tow day ago, ntatew that tho Supreme Inlge, then Iu mo.iou at De troit, Michigan, pur4-d a rowilutiu to tsko the wiuareand couiMuwfroiii tin- emblem of t tie Order, and Kiil(iltitc tin tcfor tho anchor uud the ahhdd. This t a change that will meet with general approval. The Supreme Idgo ha voted lu boM t next annual neaelon at ClmdnruUi.Ohk . Dr. M.O. KUb, of Oakland. California, ha Ijoen ele-tl S ipicmc Foreman. T b. . woulp indicato thut tho next Supreme Maxtor Workman v PI lm a pMMttOOMi man. Iealli aCMimeutM N.. 7 and M nr now due, ami altf the nri MiMweiifiil for Ibn tmw dirtrict. w In. !, m ill pal v'OUO In Ut tnastiry to I pid on: on tbo lir-t .e .. l of a wcinUn Dan krru.n itte - , ,i . ... Wldlo up at the Ofnjnjp t'i.-ol - mX Iob- auon on tho Nth, iu company with Mr. John A. Crawford, Jas. II. Kontor and o'.btoa wo went up to the head of the canal, which In the Monrceof Alliany's oou- tiuuetl proMtHrity. . Inofr. -!.: In! win ter had aluiOMt complotoly wahod out Do old dam acruaa (be Santlaui which forced the water Into the canal. A fow iajM U loro wo wero there Mr. Crawlord had com pleled a now dam w bi b looks to u as if it would atand. for an age. Noonn ha any I dm of tho trouble and expenso this canal is to the proprietor utile they lako a trip up to It source. And tako it away from us aud Albany's futyro would look irloomy. At the present timo water from thi eano) furniho powor for about twi-nty wheel, and a steaui eugitio cannot find n jdaco in skle our town. A Hoe Workman II. A. Clark, proprietor of the Albany Marble Works, is truly a skilled work man lu marble and stono, a any one can aea by calling at his establishment. I.ai-t Wednesday he shipped up tho road four fine headstones and two beautiful monuments, one monument being for the late C. W. Htewart, a brother of Mr John Monteith, of thi city, which w ilt be placed over hlsgravoatCnttatieftrove. Mr. Clark is probably tho best stone-cutter in tho State, aud his trade I growing fast. lie goes up Into Lane and iJougTa county thi week on a business trip, and will no doubt return with orders suflh lcnt C koep him at work all winter. I IRK llHIMItTiriM UU TIN!.. There will bo a mooting of tho Albany Fire Department this Fiiday evening a 8 o'clock sharp at which important bath, noss of interest to evory fireman, will bo transacted. Every nipm ber of tho dopart ment is requested to be presont. After the department meeting all tho Fourth of J u ly celebration committees and sub-corn -mil tecs are requested to meet at No.I'n hall for final instructions and arrangement Ix-tevery man be present at both mooting and ahow their interest In our celebration. Bnrgliiry In tbc Country. Last Saturday J. N. Smith, who live a short distance below Peoria, went over to the picnic near Halsey, taking his cntiro family with him. During their almoin o some one effected an entrance through tho window of his house, and ransacked the whole. Mr. Smith had received some money here in Albany a few days before and tho burglar wa-i evidently searching for it; failing to get it he took nbout SHOO in notes, which will be of no uso to him. At Yaquina Bay. A letter received in this city from Ya quina Bay a few days ago says that Ihe lighthouse tender, ,4Shubrlek," camo into the Bay on the 15th, The fit at crib on the harbor work was floated to its place and sunk on tho tftb inst. It was a small ono, and will simply be used as an anchor. Work will from this timo an progress lively. j mmm muni n MURKT fSOttBIIKKK. tWr.lt lioMv;, Ogu., '2Ut, 1(81. Soni ! pirtlcH up hero hat! r vry Korioui, utid ihrlllliu; ttdventurn on Tliurnday of Iwt week, Mr. ami Mr. Klrkendnlt nml tlu-lr dutightcr, n young lady uhuut twenty ye.ir of ng' , wrnl out into thn wood. to drlvn tin n 0OW, . With ft young calf. After drivln;: the animal nnm diMancu ilwy tut down on a log to reft, when tin- ' 'v niiub' u sudden dali attho young !:idy, phdtln;: her up on In r horni mi I tlirowiu'; her high In the nlr. Tu4 old K'utl' man UttuettWK lo ealcli hvv a sho came -lou M, nml both i I! lotttl ln-r Before they eotlld nrlo the Infuriated animal duMhcd upon tlnmi both h k Bur, Klanipinir, and belhiwinif. Tho old lady was on the opposite m;i1o of tho lo;; from them, and Kuthorin;; up a clllh, uie- dealt the cow a troke acrons the head, TIiImcuu mj4 her to -:'ae her fearful onslaught on the latlier and dBtlKhUr until I hoy hticcocded In yet- tltlg away, The yottng lady had re- Oeivad a tea 'ful wound on 1 he ri-ht mJ.Io an I ltWer part of the abdomen, a gaafa helii!; cut by the co,v hnni some uluoi luebes lonT and an in h deep, rtaelilag down into the h'lM. The weuud wn o paluinl kbat In could . , ireely walk, but. sin. concluded kl wa boat to make the attempt, and did hi flopping often to rcht. i'iuully. after tiny hud b.ht ihcntHeive In a vino maple tfetekat. and Hllerwardi fgoi I heir reck onl tig, the ohi Ki-iiiM'iiicn ueui iiom.' ami col u ..I.I M 11 1 . Iioihc, uud brought hh dattftltor in moro dead thaa alive, abe bavins lost considerable blood. Mrt, ROM I'liddock Is now waitlu;ton the tn(T.rar and ami I'opisareentcrfulic d I!, n slm will ipeadtly pecoTt r. 4 young man uuppo I ;.. M Mr Davl, wa aever-ly hurl ia t 1 relay. 11 horse fell with hint and hi i f. m waacangbl under ilia aidntaJf body, Jasper Wright and family, of How ard, Waweo cotmty, urrivtd at Mr. John low I hi Ihur lay. Mr. II. I Mis Wrls-hl' father, ami after '.he family, spend alnrl liui.j thero vialtlng, t'o , will return to thtlr "huiteti era-" loiue. Jawe MsOaa nnd w its, vora up here frocj Albany mm vl-.il hint Week. Jc-w Met lure, of i ril.uid, Mj cn : a faardajala thi totality on i.utn. daring tne llrt of lat w tfe Mr. Basalla baa had a evero attack ofht, Vitm' dame, ami I haaraha I now t cportcd wnre, Mr. I. IL Mc 'lure nrai taken o-iift. U Iat Friday nL ht but i" now rcautrer n. l'.euhcn .s. Mrms, .f Malheur arrived irrodir. -i from Urd-.c 'ity, lal Mon day, audi now at hi f.ither". He ia sold hi entire hit re! in Hoakb hut a:tcr tenting up th umuter, ha .il bairk and tiy il aj;un. .stonewall Most, still keep public muse hen-, aed enteriaii tiave!- tig puhlk lu goad .' ape ajar baa lay nnd oal :r ah- Ahtx tt A Wntkln - . nt hlK the work alotit: fat on n i dll. Ainlrew Wib v I . h e i..: onfuridef i. rouble wit.-, a eottgir nrhleh aeeuH h tcrmliietl ;.; i el hi dui " o. il. IfeMM i , !k attranjda ; nmaa at entlon kaara, bui th hoy u . . ttaatl him. at he broMishl : rirl u:- tero and to.k two aWaj Hiiogulnf or plural which i it: 'Hi., young fo'k are gaitiiui row. corned about a youtttf m.m ,o-i..--. tin valley. It I ahl that hU ;ii I look her books home l:m'. Monday ev, mn- end t b at he faal lo Albany next Wc lioi day accompanied by a friend- who Is ocuaintcd wlll her Iga, Iwe( p JOUt yen on I dm until after tht. i'ourlh. Wo nreointo have a rousing dd celebration up here on th- '"onrth. and will have a trraml time. Ottii:-; ri i:::ovi '.ii.r:. The Natriw tiauce IUiir.id lelegaapfa lino ha Imcm onplctcl lo this point. Mr. J. D. I ia bee h mb red o;ii bis duty a oporator. tiuite a number of our efciaeni attended the picnic at CaUey I ant Nat m day. Hon. Jan. K. Wcntbctferd ii e I our town this week on l iuine--. Ml Minuio Kelly, of Portland, it visit ing relative here now. Mr. Iko liobn wa marriod last Kunday to Mis Nancy Putnam. Ittcrybi ly wished Ike micros, uml be y . hi way rejoicing. Mr. ('corgo Johnson, of Fcio, visi'rtd at Mr. Irvine' lat Saturday and Sunday. Work on (he Narrow dingo rtailroid from this pla -e to Springllold ha voxn monccd. Wp undoratand that they are going to pab the rovl through a. rapidly as poaaible. A boot two hundred chin tun n and "'0 M-r.ipT I came sic st work. Our town I lull al Btramjana. Aim every room al the hotel I full. Wc are l ad to wiy tba lit" ffttare fr Uimwim vide i Haltering. Tho young people gave a bull here on th oi"th, which was a rnnl succc. Peo ple Wero tioro fiom Albany, Uarrisburg, Junction, llalscv ami I.ehanon. M;:.io wa furnished by tho string band from Harri; burg and Junction. livorythlng pSMSctl off very quietly, and all scorned lo havo a good time. Campliellile (-'.impuu cting commenced here on the hi Inst. QjnHea Batnher of camperHare on the ground. A largo crowd wa aapeottfd Sunday, but owing to tho rain wo were di-appoiuted. It wid con tlnuo over next Nunday. Mr. James Carl p ngiin with us. Wo underKtaiid ho is .soon g dug into business. Tho Urownsviilo Wwlen Mills py the lughoNt market price for wd. Starr and HUkoly have just r.jcclvo.1 a largo stock Of fancy good and now have everything usually found in a llrst class Drug htoro. It. A. Hendene has !! bis ftsrbar shop to Minor Jackson. Mr. J. n nv buinossall hU own way. 1 1 -i Ihe A New Feature. By requcMt of Ihe Woman's Christian Temperance Union, of this city, wo have placed a column of the Dauooa . r abthalr disposal, and horealtor they will lid it with temperance reading mattor every al ternate woek. This is a now society in thiH vicinity, and wo ee by ouroxchangos that it ertrnds all ovor tho United States. Mnsoiile :.-. A special communication of .St. John's bodge; No, 02.A. F. and A. M. this Friday evening at 7 :".0 o'clock P. It Work in the F. C. Degree. Sojourning, anl viciting brethren cordially iuvited to attend. D. P. Masox, W. M. tlt,-i: ; r.ViK. iiai.hv.v. Hm M 1 HI. BdilOn lrinocr'l l Wo have hnd our ph nle attrl It wn n gruid success. livery lKly wa ur prirod at the great number of, mop$a and Viml'de-. coiiKrogatfd nt. i'owell' grno. Tim day w I heauiil'ul and Ihe gfrOunds superb. It la u ..-.n I r that I conlo had nd IntiU I'.ncti di eov- - - - - - e ed that sucli a nine picnic nnd camp UMIlflg ground wim ko ennv nlently near. I'.verythluK went di pleasantly a d we have hnd no won! of eomplaint or uiajfttlifaotlon, wlilch speaks vol umes for (lie ma nag' r ihis hehi iheh fi: ' u! tempt. Pfo ii'iior, mr lt etteef, Wvrvtoftl during Mie whole da V. Wc A I number O rifitOTa, fttnoitg Un ni. Mr. PotUngwr, of the Albauv- Utralil who look In tho town ami picnic. Mr. P. looked iih i-cddv nnd hn!o an Km lfllhman, and seemed lo enter lata tho sport and enjoyment af tho dny With as much ct as tlmm;h he w ere one of tho boy, ioOM of our knowiOS 109 iu.iluitat' d thut. he made a "Jam''or 'waali and from ihe tntranelag tmllaatbat beamed from i! pha-ant coiinteafince while h. f$mUF Ihraugh tlm giddy wall . with hi fair imrtner wo hcll.-ve he I all "hiink v ' it' all riguii ohi hoy, sail ahead and put-in yer best hcks and yon havo mir bleiiiug. Tie following la the ft.- ..." pri,. aw ltd d daring (he day : 1'e t derdarn i! Ion, ' licit lade haref a Olbe lo!!nud ler, MiM4 Meg a , faree Bard, Kie Khephcril. inner icvur- i t rw The premium to lie ohbl i" lit I'-- man In tin- m itrini eiuil mrl .-t wn. iwarded to .In-. Wah!nim aftci a bai 1 net, Tho nio-t ai coiii'di-b i! . (-itielfc MiMl Olllo I4IMF, l l.c meat et dily Indy. MUs Ida Ittsck. Ihe beet dm -d nod o t r-i p.-ur- UUr ivuf Ionian. II. S. . hnni' I'ne homllee! man, .h.,- ttitkar!. Wf conshl r dii :i hluiuie, n I hen reia two or three bnmlier men ou tin- K round that) Joaeph. 1 be nnteat w:k between atl man from AUany and Mr. DtinUard, but the Albany parte having earrfed od the prlxe (a forroor contest and Wiin' of th' j . ! . being Pameafata, thejr ileemed It " muah of a monoMly io again aw n I it to the Albany claimant; alea some were M tin opUiion that he came purpoeely flxetl f.r the conti - but - I . Ii-ve no ejah tlilm, he we naturally o and he cant help it. The moNt graceful and li u i-miv lsa!f MUs Sullm Miil'di. Don. T. U Porter add re .d thai l Bleaie iu hi u-uai forellde matnit r. Tne Kajaef hand waaa th ground ami dieeeui sd r xi muata. Hon. Jan. K. Weathermrd paid u- a vinit yesterday. Worn b)S9arnte here. V. ibnjf i-. wa at the top of the niarki t. Wheat pro pee' y ore nev-r belter. Consequently farmata are happy. Your Correspondent, Gang) i Authjia es lMl..I-tit :. t i:::i -: i ; ; i: lies r.-io obnrs ne,ht Lo j:it r. h hither pa wen- t F!k, taJi plao- i u th.it -mitrv Bine tike teams for it.-r X t i... 1 a.rc y t 11 that eountrv , iimiai y p'enty. lirnry Trq p, a 1.. a:mt 12 y rs ef a;c, adj.- .- tw , -i - ...-m.'c hM father's bow w ith spurs 0-1. Too h rs . n belled afaiast sujjh ilavp teaatm ru.t!ir.-r the loy, cutting a severe g-- i i.i h.s h- a 1, and rcn- dtfrtMK him aeaMaata, Voral i Pays n the pjruf tea nMaaeat shnoU never mount a frvsj lmrj wi h pun. Fears sre rut rtajanl that it tV weather C 'iittmies wrt much longer ti ri-t will ruin the what. W. W. mais, f i!!y. i yr!ually cinuuj.; to bun- If uuder the able t.-- itntint J o.' lr. S-iuiit. J-. -- ).,, d.vn t : f cf j III III..' .! i ill', e.x Kipling (jraui in t!ii e i,! i. roniing ai I rjn.th ; .;. Ua that bit lev the lata rati us ! would hnvu proel a total attars near pram j ic r, fin ) n?id, a'el famn ri . : I a.iliu'g I fac m .tfe the prenpaet. ft, IL Wow! eery, f th.s pan . at .d.i aafd rcpccrcd eHawa i i very ill at bin res- Maaee vt; i i.n io .u:.,c:i,ty i tne sUuu.-vwu ; f h I bus not eaten auy tl.ing for tevet l days and is getting very lo-. Tlm pi -ic: at lli!se, on Sturdi) but was l.i -l) nttiiided; the exerci -es p.-.s-ed eff in a .piict aud or.'erly in inner. unoi.i t Cii:u acwa. CaarCaiuur, w.?ro CaOicn. Jaha Mti, iwi. fiUfeva Democrat: Noticing in your paper, Iba yon have had no items from Ihin section of the country, I tnoofptt n few would not be amis and In. of inleict to your many readcrx. Horses and c ilil are iu exce llent otd.-r and l'of entile arc In tine eondltl Ns, Ibis Summer. Tho calf crop isaid to ln vc y Rood. Scarc'vany stock died in I iin conn. . , last winter being a lino winter , no si eh needing food except a few obi cows. Grit-a haa been good IhlsSprinsr, and now wo are having a lino rain th It ilj reviw thn grass considerably. .lames Klkiu nrrtveil In lbi- county a week or xo ngo, looking nfh r bis stwk on Heaver creek. N. K. Prie, and J. A M. :.i.d who -Rtarted from tho valley wiih yom-g cattle arrived last week. Charli-i Webber, a son of Joseph Webber of your city lias Imon vory ill, with Ty phoid fover, but I am alad to nminunce that ho is rapidly convalescing and v.ih be all right iu a short time. Humor has it that, a certain young, "buckaroo" will stop batching" and tako unto hi mol fa cook, will most probably btiug her from near tho l)alloj, and if tho "Doctor" dontsoon put in appearance II will got away with his Bear creek daisy. No po-jt-oflleo in thi octlou yet and if thoro is anvtblngjioodod bore it Is a plane to got our mall regularly. I notice Hsvoral of tho 'ranehcrees" hero havo put in gtaln. thisSpiing, aud It looks well. Giaiu will grow bore If only a litt: attonilon U paid to it. Kebbath eaheal Meaie. Thoro was a very p1oaant t-'ablmth School picnic at Ilolman's grove, on Soap Crook,oooday lat week. Kov. Davhlaoai Hon. Tolbert Carter and others addressed tho audienoo. Iu th afternoon there was a very interr sttngdiaso hall match Iietwcen the "KnoxvllloRods" and " The Bummer." r' Ai.4f-lsiSor in tho city of 1'ort bin t, . to colli lllllO lu twmu fol HHI, an ri i . 4 a . . . - i i iHVoxercivfM oi ti.o avoc ation prom.f.. '.ou"nliomti n,oic will nretenO'd no.l dlaeiisaed by tho b-ading toachanof th - NtjllM. Ptomhstrttl ili Mt i from C'aTlfon.U nave auepled Invitation m ,o present on the oci4aIon wnd tnke an active pait hi th work. Prof. bis. II. Allen Principal of tne state Kermal Mehool, Nan Jon, 'mi , has accepted an invitation to m preM?nt and condtna Imh Ituto work dmim the forenoons of iioI ih during which tho eeMfeJatfeu win m naaHaa Tho state sut-iiti'eudent of Pohllofa strm'fion of '.. j.,, ,- in. hir..'in. I resident of i)e- I .nvorsitv of Ihe Paeiae, Manta VAr.,nm cxpeeeai lo be i.rosent and address u .. u4aiMm Many of Km leiMliag erlncatnr of our own Mute bit . rttifled tie ir hitentlou tH ne preanig U a -din the work ofin- cihiioii. a.'4 a J ii!.j r m m-ement to o'n'-bor. all other Ihrouhout tho Mate, lot went ad In the peauMitfon ot oar general oiJuffeioiial work, to attend. I aui ble to announce that n ine principal hue of irjiiipoimmii m lh. relate have uern-ii,lv promised half fine i i re) persons neno leg tho afK'lHll.iii full Ur will be eb;,i o,., ;(j ff( ,, r, jiirn i-.rlifl- ca'ei Willie ,.', i lie I i.t tho .. i oii.i.. VVhiln a cordie nod uiueot In -itnt ion im extended n, teaclon ami educ4tional worker Ihroiiiih-.u' tj( Mfto to al-n I. a llt'.llj l.',;J-,ll Hol m iv i iw.t. xaiMlllliiLi-r a! B'lcn tun ; W .t, c -.A lr mi the leach cro Nuitnontah, Chte: im t .. Vnliinir- ton ami Oiaenins . ountten, no hnf ituc have bean bold m ti e.., -i-oumic,ihufarth' pfewf.fit yi'r. Tho tiiL'-lmm of ibft rnrl 'M-irn-tK of the above nam -I un:i should, by nil means, avail themselves at this opportunity of r'civing JnM tii -'ion in the narntal loethoda from Prof. Alton. e. ho to, h e',.i,iiH,,r i.t .f,?:i!.il im-thut. llH IIO Kp. , e. oil th-; l-OH-t Nupt. m. a. M.icrum, i.v fiiin i Inland emT. If. Crawford, and iof. k. k Wmr rmi( Principal of I be PWnhuid HhglieiehOfd, nave bean eppoiuiad an Kxetnitivn Com 'ulneeto airauge program nod all ..? naoasasy matrers mr tnt conveahniaB tt th" asaooiatiun. A SMMilon of it Sta IV;r.f .f I'Sxamiu Rtkmwiit hehHil m Maem, u: i--.; for liie purpaneof imining alt appMeama for ih mate and life laplomaa and artineaiea. Porl: j omaiiou s u rpure- loenta in ihlM -XHoin.ilo, a,,, !"mii - ro refei rl u, the s pemiia 4 Use painphi form .. the Henooi liw for is.. UeeeoanTMUy, La J. PowrMn ':pt. Pontic iMHrwibta rmieatiuji aaera TJie following item ar- 4 , en from a eciit numb-., of il.,. , : printed at i'riucvillc: Klding i nlio ii over for tl.i-- m. atid the Mitit.un.t boys arc cmfng io MUiefted with the reoulta of f heir hard labor aud c in their Jeket. Piif e. fur t!ir-i-: H--olds, biatojaf lo ?H, and fop hmr yi ar-old, i l and I MogoftVmi Mti tin a eenerti ihiuu oemeri are hold inn; on for bigta rprhsa Aaecaeoi r'elietz cays that the Ion of stock eaat of Deeehntes nml the other PhJe of John Day, haa t etmraei aa, w vi ii who laMjrenr branded U0enleea tliisKeiiNui cannot Jind overeirht or ten The cow have Urn marly nil cleared ant Thine were ijuilc lively i.i owu t!ie flr.t three 1ay. of the wch--two fUfht on r-nmlay, two law salts and four tights on nd.iv. :i Jaw kiiII ai d ,. .todo-of kdrmUhes Pocmlay nince when ad. -ad calm et iu. Charley MenUy . ca.-ne in fmm the Kpaniali guleh mines Wednesday, and rnporte umrfc progrv ing nicely. 2 mi prospeate bifbly fla: taring f came in for Mmc iron-work with which to nptete the araetra, whteli wM he in running order ten dees after be acniti Bod Ttlaeapsein wit and of be- i 1 , ! 1 1 his way t . the lint wc uuoi-r-L-iiii! lhH! ' ' ' '"' uiplafcH removing thither . -.li.ll llllll-. I. IIO has purchased a gr.- a many hea l Hi s season, and is ma- one of the most ex endive dealer- iu the county. hi. F '.,,, , . . I .... . it a ri tlt.a . .11 Ue Ti e f !!' win.- Vttcr wa- ra v.- a few days aaja fr. in J. P. Bahlirfn of the C r valliM Fir.' IepHrtnii,t. Th pro ecta now are ilett th'tiv..r will I high en ugh so that bonis can ran, whh b w.ll ni.de the Corvkdll bOja to bring their engine. CoavAi.i.ie, Oregon. June 9th, 1 81. W. P.. Scott, ISmj. A til A NT, Or. ri: it Stn : in reply to jroir letter to Cblei D. Carllle of this place . ttaadhsg i-i.-r lial invitation ,mr IV .trioivnt to iwleOrale the Foorth artth jpnal am ln a i acted t. Inform yon : Tliiata lcpart ment m. e last night bc!d purt-uant t a ll for :;ie .lis os,iiin ..t the otiesiioti. imcu-lv ii Hi U'.tS Rill d to nrceivt. A lile.l lo nroeiiro a ' ii i: pouhle in. I If they mhwwI we will bring tin: eimme of Your - Auieri'-a No 1. Wa I-nvH ih; bfrgnOtm thourtsi,gener- ai M"! time, ami nhove til the wane I'li.ternal t'ieii'lship eiignndatad at r.tn i i q pieni wb.cli wm fargely due t- your able aHUtncc,ani we lu)v on the coining otfiafciou to aeova oir pprecitiou of y.nr attendants. With pleasure f r main your etc. J. It. Baldwin. Vi:si P". Momuuental No. 2 and Sec'v POMein. I would uie-t re-pctfully My t tliOFC abe ai;liiu tie !ut fovt dn, have circulates! re jKrts d. r.V:ii4.rv to ruv cliaraetcr, taking the fUc FUWniinU of a ditrvputabb- bjsckmail paper aa auUioritc. thai tb aava (paehaaj mi .:i c ..uslv i d-.i.e ne gre-at injustice. If any u'-' iilom ei w'... livi U-mi led to Isv licvs tlion. daimatciug reports, will take the braabl - to call ti,- i: :u. I will 1m mo&t hSp py te thoronybiy ermVinec him of hU ernr. ! i have aevi r by sasn nt aate or act, in a-iy way ii,tcfcivd wit'i th sanctity of any oi.ca Caanly, and apjil to any lady in Oregon or eW'wbcrv if my b-;crtniont towards tht in or in thoirprcsctice b.-.i t.oteTer brc-n coi'rteolSJ, and gr-uthananly. My great fault connists in my Iving paaa i baaa rlaajhfcars of my imu before Whom my auicxty is to set a good example, and I do hope tint no one will wrongfully end avor to keep tne on the loa-cr mtin-.l of tho ladder. Kiaissafalhjrt M ::t Tayxce, llajrrishaaj June !Sthal8Sl. Letter Mat.. i i.v.iovvtne Is the IlKt of tstter rt-mHUOi'sn tuini'l'osl I'tnci'. Hnv, l.imi rounty, urt--tn, Jieio S3nl, lsl. i'.-rs..i.s raihntc trlbee Jcin-rs iioirI clv' t he .late on whicti thi-v wcr silvcrtl.HcU. Coojier, I) M. , S rM,--. AKmiz.., Iliailisr, Mr Smh M WiW, Joh. NioliuU-., Mrs Wctr, Johnp, (Ue C P. II. BAYMOXl). V. M. i.AN;FOi!D.- Near this city, on Friday, June l'J, 1881, to the wife of Perry Iug Cad a girl. TUItPlX. In Uiis city, on Jnne lit, 1SS1, ta tho wife of A. J. Turpin a boy. CUMMIXOS. lu Albany, Jan- i0, 18SI to Miss (Jammings a girl. COWl)i;n-STR0N.;.--Jaae IP, 1SSI, in this cif. y, M .:. Hksky A. i iwnia md Male lint ins ehoi . Prof. I,. B,0awnti. of Safi Jom, j in the city arir vill opi n a wiifint; the (Vi.; rah School bn Idn v. He ha Cl. , ia . i ,! in i two clasc, jnvenif sod t-.n ..!,. It. h. For the Juvenile cl.e t . i,oum f r lessees ft'-j frB 0:30 . in. to J I .'(i . 1 hr i sdelt clas from i p m. to 4 p. in , ai d !' H 'v i:i..-.' 1 .-(.,, j,,,,,, 7 p. ui. to 9 p. i. Tiie hs'ti will eminence ro-day, (Fff da)',) tic; 21di ii.-t, nnd be nill ci r' ar Imam) hre TlHirdas Frid4satd Sani day, -it tho honrs alote nn-ntioeed. II will -iWT orani'i a cIoks &t ('orvallhl sr.d 1 i 1 c- o'-".a ;,e,c mt Mondays, Tues-UjS I and WrdiMs Iy4. The ProfeMnr is a Hi,e penman atl tlxiroaghly enrM'tent teacher, and iwrtif-H detirhia h in y um ie hi will do w-ll to take a 1 Hthi'.l tlnUfr. At a Hu rting of tho c!o .1 AirftsUttM Of this di-trict held in thiscil) ye tordaV aller nooii, it Was decided t- .p- u t'e ihe sehools ngsiii on Monday, Oct. 3d. 1' '.I. From a bt of 14 pplicai,ts, snd upon a blUot, f.iK- , !..- tie purpow, the fo:l;Milg teacWrs wcr. selected for llw ssrions fh - fcartim ct PrfaeipaJ C.C H'-.-mo. 1 f -t,-f..nt- Mr-. K J. Hemibfd. 2- Aesi4ift Mem A. Kpsrk. tl A-ir,t-,i Mi. tjtur Itonk. : j',.-r urd Mis iU'V.A Atrxamlrr. I,wr wrd lltes Minnie Aiime. f t f. hi,,:,'. Thr9 wiil tto an excursion on the o.a C. I la I road Ir.im tMm -iiy to PoiMml, n Kuaday, July '1, under lljoanipioeH of the . roiHii Al l Nr-iely,t bolero for tbc round trip h"iuj ;.i o-ed a the extremely low fig u o i.f a baud will accompasy :i c ci(ciirfioiiista,and the Port land Turn Ver m.'. other Cerniaii mn ifiu n will give a race 4 ion immedintcly stfo-r the axiivnl of tW- trj n iu that city. Win Voigt, PnaV I Ihe German Aid Jv-ie1y ot Alhsny, I: ." 1 ,-..!,. n:t0 m hn; u-H of it. WK ( KLKHRATE THE FOURTH AT- (OME ONE! COME ALL! liOOll TIME THB PROGRAMME. &m PARADE AND CONTEST THE ALBANY AND VISIT1KC FIRE DEPARTMENTS. A.Hitetic Sports, liiicin, Jim i pi ii or, UltU antl iihiss Hali SltuoHn a oil-., t ic. C" U1TABI.K piizeswill be ::warJvl snc- sM.ful ewoh slants. Firemen's 3aU AT TII PACiFiC OPERA HOUSE, -ASh- A Grand Illumination Ou the Public Square, Df THE KVENING. 1 rardial IiTitatioB i Kxtrntird to All. FIREMEN'S BALL. 1831. A mMr HALL Will he given bv the members .f tan Albany Firo Department - AT PACIFIC OPERA HOUSE, ON "AlUlW I VtMMi, JILV HM RTB, h81. Yovrsflf ono Ladle are Henytet full; hi vital to Jfcmt. INVITATION t-OMMHTEK F. L. Rei. Oeo. W. Sid. Jas. W. Foster. COM MIT TICK OF AP.KA: f V !...' t.' I. Oeo. W. Sill, "Iih4 Jas. W. Foster, 11. J. BKCEPTIOX COM M ITTKK. Jos. Webber, II. J. Clark, CaH. Van Clave, F. L. 1U.iv. P. H. Raymond. FUX)B COM M ITT K Wm. Wohtiftr. llirrv -arfe? Wm. Huston, Simon s J. W. lTKtcr, R. D.WiU MUS C LY LEANY STRING BAND TICKETS, I Miss Ida M. Stuonc, both of bum toant.