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Freezes Blood. -a month or two ago a Democrat man received a letter from Minnesota, boasting of line weather. The following from the Pendleton E O will indicate how short lived their fine weather is: "Sam Reynolds, the lohn uayite and former Pendletonian, is home again, and is not Rorry. Mr Reynolds went east with a carload shipment of horses, which he disposed of in Noith Dakota and Minnesota. He remained about two months and had his fill of weather. He is sorrv he couldn't bring a few hunks of it back with him as a sample of what he endured. At Grand rorks, Minn., ice froze two feet thick, fifteen inches of snow fell, and the mercury dropped "out of sight," almost, registering at one time twenty degrees mow zero. He encountered a Dakota blizzard, also, and says he will be care ful never to renew an acquaintance with that most fearful and wonderful climate monster. It is enough to freeze the blood in a man's veins and afford skat ing ponds for microbe. Miss M nd Hoffman, of Corvailis.well known in Albany, is even attracting attention in big Boston. The Boston Herald says: The union was fortunate in having Miss Maud Hoffman of the Boston school of oratory as reader. It was the young lady's debut and she re ceived many encores, not only for her finished dramatic force and clear enun ciation, hut for her charm of personality. Oliver Wendell Holmes' famous"Broom stick Train" won golden plaudits for the young elocutionist. " The Cambridge Chronicle, in speaking of a meeting of the Ladies' Circle of the North Avenue unmnaim CIlU'CIl 8aVS : itlS8 iioft- I man merits more than a passine notice, one is an .......... l: .1 j . . i Moses Trne sn-uuiijiieiieti pupil ot trie: Brown School of Oratory. ! Boston. She at once won' her way to the hearts of her audience as well as by her grace of manner and person as Oy the artistic rendering of her selections. In response o an encore she gave a gem of Geo McDonald's, "The Wind and the Moon." Look Oct for It. This Item is from the current issue of the National Bui'ding and Loan Herald: ".V circular has been mailed to this office, setting forth pUnsof the New England National Building, Loan and Investment association of Bos ton. Mass, and Portland, Or, with a card tal of $7,000,000, and main office ir the Oregonian building, at Portland. It does not need a clese perusal of the printed matter of this institution to detect the fact that it is sillitg under falsi colors. A concern of this kind could not be incor porated in Massachusetts, for the reason that there it no provision in the co-operative banking laws of the tate which au thorizes the saving bank, commissioners to grant a license. The Portland outfit seems to have Us line out for 'farm loins at 4 per cent, and no commission.' the circular also reveals ..ther interesting statements, which are more or less 'hypo critical." The only sate way is to lnves' in your local company. Too many of the National associations any way are" run for the benefit of the officers. Harrisburo. R N Hamillon, Railroad Commissioner, with Mrs Hamilton and his two daughters. Miss Grace Kaughman, of Huntington, and Miss Patie Cooper, of Independence, ere fn the city, the guests J 01 iir ana Mrs t, VV Cooper and Mr and Mrs J E Kirkland. A social party was g.cn aiine opera nouse last night In ! u. luc visitors. ; The result of Jonas Bushell's lecture j last Friday and Salurday evenings was the organization of a Good Templars lodge, j or rather the resuscitating ot Samaritan j-uuifc. iio 310, wmcn was in a nourishing condition a few years ago, but surrendered its charter about a year and a half ago. The new organization starts out with 15 charter members. C E Hawk has been elected Chief Templar, and J C Sabin. Secretary. Courier. A 'cioGirl "A Farmers daoghte etvc,lr home for a life of Pleasure From tl SjFarm io the Brothel, "is sub stantia lis the heading in the Mercury of Portland tod then follows a sensational ccount of how a Scio girl, daughter of one of Linn countys most respectable iarmers, an old pioneer of the earliest ay, had kft her home after being net raved gone to Portland, and thence downward' on the road to ruin. She became sick, desti tuiion followed and she was taken to the poor house, where she is probably dying. hf ffe disgraced, an niter failure, the victim of misplaced confidence, and will probably die. Let others beware, and remember that there is absolutely only one right course to follow. A Brakema Killed. Frank Bigelow, a brakeman on the Southern Pacific, West Side division, was killed Monday morning at Cornelius, while coupling two freight cars together, and his body was brought to this city on a special car this afternoon. The details of the acci dent are very meager, bntfrom what can be ascertained in this city, Bigelow fell under the wheels of the car while entrain ed in coupling a train, and was instantly allied. Telegram. Harkisbikg Election. Among the liveliest elections was the one in Harris- ourg. Two or three mixed tickets were inf the field. E E Upmever was elected mayor, receiving 84; Dr E DnGas.19, E F Wyatt. 9- John McDaniel was elected marshal: G W Isom, recorder; Damon Smith, treasurer ; L H Lasalle. Dan McClain, W W Canter, D C Holt. C 1- Morris and Al Valentine councilmen. Lebanon's Elbctios. It Lebanon yesterday only one ticket was in the field. C H Ralatou wan plprtprl matrnr receiving 141 votes; for councilman, "j C Bilyen, 150, G M Weetfall, 108. G W Cruson. 113; Ed Kellenberger, 154; for recorder, G W Rjce received 159; J A Roberts, 166 for treasurer; 8 C Mackey, 91 for marshal. The other candidates were Hiram Baker and D B Zeb who rt oeived 50, Bud Thompson received 78 for marehal. Corinthian Lodge, No. 17, A F & A M- at their meeting Saturday night elect ee n. c snowing omcers : L, W Deyoe, W M;H LffaWen,SW; CUWinn. J W: w Landon, Treas; Ezra M Horton, Sec; P C Anderron. Tyler. Paralytic Stroke. Y.-sterday afternoon Mrs A B Mclllwain, one of Albany' old and most respected citizens, v. Idle at hei hus bands store, was taken wjili a iiar.tly lie stroke and is lying in a critical condition, at her home in this city. Mr. chaa. N. Hauer Ol Frederick, Md., suffered terribly for over ten years with abscesses and running sores on his left leg. He wasted away, grew weak and thin, and was obliged to use a cane and crutch. li.veryt.ilnB which could ltliouirhtot was douo without good result, until he began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla wmcn enecieu a peneet cure Mr Hauer Is now in the beat of health. Kuil rtJcuUrs if his case will be sent all who address C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell. Mass. HOOD'S Plt-L8 ths ltaftr-llni.r PUl alt dlsesUon, cure licsdsch and lilUouo. ' o. C. McFarland, at -:- DEALER w Harness -and-Saddler j in tho iinnr qy? 111 wo uuui, Opp oslle First National B ink, Albany . o rv 1 9v I0n Q Wtr UlOU'liJ y Fishy. A Portland paner tells this part of the story : "In 1888 Crater lake was visited by W Steel, S S Nicolini and E D DeWert. Up to that time no living thing had been found in the cold and unruffled waters of the laks, and it was a disputed question whether 11 sh could live at that high al titude 7000 feet. About 44 miles this side of the lake the gentlemen secured 460 young trout and placed them in a bucket ot water. Carrying the bucket between them the -dventurers began the ascent, changing the water whenever an opportunity presented itself. Although every precaution was taken, when the lake was finally reached only 37 of the fish were alive, and they could have lived but a few minutes longer at the most. Nothing has been heard from the fish until a few days ago, when Col Bowditch, of Ashland, returned from a trip to the wonderful lake. He reports that the tish have grown at 1 multiplied until the lake is alive with fine big trout. And the Ashland Tidings this: "Col Jlm'a head must have been turned by the recent election or the resulting celebrations. He hasn't been at Crater lake since Steel put those little trout into the co'.d water if Steel ever did and besides, he's no judge of what's in water, anyhow . Bani Entertainment. To the people of Albany: We are a small part of the people, and the part we call the Military Band or, ns some say, the Kids Hand. We have started with the calculation of bv spring makine a band that Albanv will be proud of. We do not intend to j ask the people to give us one cent ; we I onl v ask you all to attend our hand en- j tertainment, which will be given at the Opera House on the evening of the 19th, I whicn will cost you only 25 cents, which i von will not miss, and that will help us ! as a band very much, and we intend to ,1n vnn all t n-on t:fi i-o Mnl. ........ I. irnnd. Mnnic innirfn th hmu.. Ti, . i " . . - - ' ' ! nart of the entertainment . inta.n.1 ir, U vnn cents worth, which will be 75 cents worth alitor 26 cents. All are cordially invi ted. Programs will be distributed. Aa ordered by Band. R. J. Moses, Leader. DtSBANPED. The experience mention ed in the following from the Eugene Reg ister seems to be a common one among sma'l driving park associations: A meet ing of the stockholders of the Lane County Driving Association was held Monday evening, and it was voted to disband and settle up the business of the company. All j parties owning shart s of stock can present I their certitica.es to Dr T W Harris and j receive settlement. This association was organized April 1st, 1S91 , and did some I busirfes the first summer, but it proved a j fai'ute financially and nothing more was done with it. Public Schools. The last month ! shows a good attendance. Total number! enrolled for the month, 503. Average' daily attendance, 430. There were w 1 new pupils enrolled during the month, 16 bojs and 16 girls. The health of the pupils has been jnvsua'lv good. Tne teachers and puoils are busy preparing our educ ..ion exhibit for the World's Fair. Illegal Votihg In Salem. The reward offered yesterday for the arrest and convic tion of anyone found voting illegally must have had some effect, to judge from the fact that J M Dollarhide was arrested on a charge of violating Ibe law in the fojnh ward and Wm M Moore for doing the si me thing in the second. The case of tn.- formei will be heard in Justice Br.tche'or . turt to dav at nam an.l Ik. 1 . 1 1 -. m J ' 1 -. . y " . i-"Lt' "..1 j"o" e. ii 1 iu to morrow. Statesman. Select Knights A O U W.W H Ad- ,m3 of Minneapolis Minn Supreme Vice Commander of the Select Knignts A OUW s in the city for ihe puroOie of organizing a looge of this braoek cf the A 0 U W in this city. Thi order bas a Benihciarv policy of iooo and this lo addition to the S2000 la the subordinate branch of the oder makes a neat sum for members to ptovide for tr.eir families in case of death. Officers Elected. The following officers were e lected by Safety Lodge No 13 AO U W last evening: John CliUweJl M W. F S Craw Foreman. L E Gray overseer, a H Martin ecorder. E A Parker Financier A Sav r Receiver, fobn Kantz Guide. M Cowan W. J K Mcllargue O W. AD Barker rustee and Drs Hill and Masion Med. Exa. Firemen's Election. Lian Engine Co, No. 2 have nominated A L Limb for Chie" j Engineer of the fire department. TV.ia i the only nomination for Chief. No. i's have nominated Chas Me'zgar ror astrstant chief and Kts:uc H II L Co. Js J Charlton, be tween whom the contest will be next Mot -day at the annual election. ft irW AID FAMOI . BBk Barhmns and Darllsnt. r Uahls and Shadows ef Sew York: An entirely new, important and origi nal pictorial Wsjrk. A woman's narra tive of mission work in tough places, with thrilling personal experiences among the poor, the homeless, the viciou?, and the depraved in the great under world of New York. Including an account of Christian and rescue work in regions of poverty and vice; an all-night mission ary'a experience in Gospel work in the slums; a journalist's account of little known phases of metropolitan life; and a detective's experiences and observa tions among the dangerous and criminal classes ; with hundreds of thrilling anec dotes, incident and tales of tender pathos portraying life and scenes in darkest New York by day and by night. Written by Mm Helen Campbell, author and phil anthropist, Col Thomas W Knox, author and journalist, Inspector Thomas Byrnes, chief of the N Y detective force. Rev Ly man Abbott, D D,editor of the Christian Union and Rev Beecher's successor as pastor of Plymoth church. Superbly illustrated with 50 engravings from photographs taken from life expressl for this work mostly by flashlight, an reproduced in exact fac -smile by eminen artists - We do not know when 740 pages have given us more genaine pleasure. If we speak warmly of the book, it is because it richly desprvrs it. It is sold only by : agenta.and if mtcting with an enormous sale. Agems who introduce such a work ought to he cordially welcomed. A better work has ees tainly never come to our table. It will le read over and over again by old and young, with ever in creasing pleasure acd lasting profit. The work in published by the o'd and well known firm of A D Wortbington & Co.. Hartford, Conn., whose imprint is sufficient guarantee of the excellence of this first-class volume. Royal Octavo. 740 pages. 252 fine plates, portraits,and teat illustrations. Skating Rink Havirjr purchased of Mr Beam his skating rink at the Armory, I will continue to run it in a satisfactory manner to the puplic Open every Thurs day and S'lturday nights for everybody. General matinac Saturday afternoon; matlree for ladles only Thursday after noon. Frank Wheeler. We Lead, Othebs Follow. New California sec less. Navels and Japsnese oranges. Ask about Carl Dunder. He's yust kome to town, at Beonicke Bro. Get Klein Bro prices on rubber good be fore bnying. They can ssva yon money. Buy Warner Bros cortet ofW F Ketd Parker Bros baker is an expert at his bur ins. 3ame Boston brown brerd for in stance, is immense. Klein Bros are bonnd to iw the leaders in boots and shoes for low pric and bast quality aud (largest stock to mlect from. They cannot be equaled in Albany. Letter LllSt. Followirg is the list of letters remaining in the post office at Albany, Linn county, Oregon, Dec 7, 1892. Persons ealline foi those letters must give the date on which they were advertised. Ackerman.Manard Anderson, R 3 Burnett, M T Carlton, Wm Brown, Joe Chatey, M B Chance, MissWinnie Cobb, Madison Currie, C A Elliott, L Hardin, R A Hanger.Mrs losie Lindsey, M T Beviens, Jon Ktone.Mra H M Williams, Alonzo Hadley & White Hogue, E T Mayweather, G W 8impson,Kobt G Vink, A Wormsen, Ben Thos, Mohtsith, P. M. trip lo Csl I O Lee, the drug clerk, went to Port land this noon for a few days. Mits Annie Schlosser and brother Hurry went to Corvallls today on a visit. The many friends of Mis J N Hoffman, who has been ill for tome time, will re gret to know of its dangerous nature. Spike Hennessy, the burglar, who nightly blew up a safe in The Stowaay, has married the daughter of John Henry Charlton, one of Oakland's residents. Mr H F Merrill went to Portland this noon to meet his mother and sister who will arrive from Brooklyn, N Y, tomorrow to make Oregon their home. Hazlett, the Pilgrim printer, reached Eugene, where he was incarcerated in the city jail . for taking too much corn juice. The pilgrim's great failing. A delightful social party was held at the residence of Mr J M Irving Friday, several hours being passed in a pleasant and profitable manner. A meeting of the Albany CLSfj will be held tomorrow night at the residence of Mr S E Young. All members and others Interested in this work are invited to be present. Quotations from Tennyson W L Jester was in the city this fore noon, and left on the noon train. Mr Jester has accepted a position with the Northern Pacific at Seattle instead of at Kent as recently stated by the Democrat. Rev Hawes, the talented young pastor of the U P church of Portland, preached two able sermons in the U P church yes terday. ReV W R Stevenson of the same city, will All the pupit next Sabbath. Dr Irvine, pastor of the church, continues serious! v ill: but was feeling better this ! morning. P H Raymond and family returned yesterday to Portland. Within a few davs they will return to this city and take up their permanent residence here. They were former Salemltes and their many friends will be pleased 10 learn of their return. Mr Raymond will assume the management of the O Dickinson Seed Co. Salem Statesman. A dozen years ago there was a club of young people in Albany, consisting of seven young men and seven young ladies. They were called the S. 5's, or Social ."evens. Their subsequent lives is a good illustration of the ways of life. Two are dead, and now, for the first time, we are able to announce all the remaining ones married, Ihe last one being captured bv a lawyer of Iowa, where she will hereafter reside . The others are scattered about, only a few being in Albany. Only one match was made aside the club. Dr S A Smith, of Halsev, is in the city. Sam May and George Alford, of Harris burg, are doing Albany to day. The members of the GAR will give a social this evening at their ball. P E Morehouse, of Detroit, Mich., father of Mr George Morehouse, is in the city. License was issued today for the mar riage af Edgar O Tobey and Miss Anis V t Uuramings, ot Haiscy. Mr Jeff Cline, one of Albany's old resi dents, for several years of Portland, where he Is in the brokerage business, is trending several days in Albany. E H Flagg, editor of the Salem Demo crat is a candidate for register of the ! land office at Oregon City, and Editor ' George P Morgan of The Dallea fun for ' register ot the land office at that city. Captain Geo W Bell of South Bend regis tered at the Occidental . He is a democrat ic orator and free trade anther cf consider able mention. Among his productions are: "The New Crisis," Trammeled Trade." "The Issue of SS," American Shipping" and Other works. He la also the author of "Cold Facts," of which the national committee is sued a half- million copies during the last election. He made 132 speeches in East ern states during the campaign. Mr Bell re turns to South Bend to start up some new indast ria. Seattle Telegram. Mr H F Merrill returned last night from Portland xccompained by his mother and sister, who had just arrived from New York. A B Seal, of Sin Francisco, formerly of ; thic 1 IJ. was in Athsmv to dav on his sir U Portland, in the interest of Schilling & Co. Jos Klein and wife, J J Dubruiile, D B Mooteilh and C W Watts went to Salem to day to attend the funeral of Mrs Tony Klein, taking along a beautiful floral anchor. Judge Burnett received a letter the other day from an old friend in Kansas City' which contained an item of local interest. He gave Ibe names of all the voters in Kw county. Mo. new Kansas City, ia25iS. There were only 31 in all, and among them was Uncle Perman Hendetson, aa old and highly respected citizen of this county. Con sidering that the aown has now a population of over 200,000, it shows what a wonderful change may be wrought dnrine the lifetime of man. Uncle Penman rs hsle sod hearty, but perhaps the oldest msn in Benton county. Corvallis Times. Last evening tbe C L 8 C met at the residence of p F. Young and spent a de- lightful evening. In res ponce to roll can general quotations were given rrom favorite authors. Dr J L Hill read an elaborate and bright paper on Alaska. A question box on American history ex cited considerable interest. Tbe whole was seasoned with sociability and some delicions borne made taffy and chocolate cream. The present membership con sists of F P Nutting, president ; Mrs T J Overman, secretary and renin re r ; Mrs Henrietta Brown, Mrs S E Young, Mr and Mrs O II -Stewart. Mrs Redecker, . misses Annie ana catnerine Aitnouse. Misses Clara Gard, 'Laura Tate and Hettie Miller, Mrs Nutting. K S Barrows. N M Newport. L E Hamilton and Collins and Lutein Elkine, and Dr J L Hill. The next meeting will he held on Wed nesday evening, Dec 14th, at the resi dence of C H Stewart. Quotations from Longfellow. Question box on American history and literature, and a abort pro gram. Any one interested will be wel comed into membership. A Romantic Weddiso To-night. Mr William Stevens, arrived in Albany yes terday on the Oregon Pacific, and to night at the residence of Mr Robert Brown will be united in marriage to Miss Mattie Chambers, of Knox's Butte. The event is a romantic one, and was recent ly written up by one of the Ban Fran cisco papers Last year Mr Stevens, who is a sailor, mat Miss Chambers at Yauuina Bav, and a genuine love match followed. He left for San Francisco, railed on a successful whaling voyage, and now bas returuned, like a valiant knight to claim his bride. They will have the beat wishes of a larfce nun ber for prosperity and happiness. John Lavery has good reasons to regret his imprudence in returning to Oregon to visit h'.s brother Hying In Malheur county. Six years ago while living in Baker City he was Indicted by ihe grand jury for issuing a challenge to fight a cuel, and pending trial he trot several friends to furnish $600 cash bail for him and then skipped. Recently he returned, thinking that the case against him was barred ,by the statute of limitations, but it was not, ai.d he will now be tried at the present term of the circuit court In Baker City. He is now in jail, as no one seems inclined to try the experiment of his former bonds men. Ex. Boots and Shobs I carry the larges line of medium priced and good wearing hoys, misses and children shoes in the city, and have just added a line of steel shod school shoea which I recommend to the trade. Dont forget that I repair any shoe I sell free of chaige. S E Youno. Parmer try a pair of French Kip boots, made bv Klein himself, for . the same boot to measure would cost you $7.50. Try a pair and have dry feet. Kid Gloves from 9 1 a pair up. I sarry a nil line of leading brands in black snd col ored. Will receive novelties for the holidays Agent for the celebrated Centemerl glovt. Samuel K. Yorxo. There is no necessity of passing a sleepl i uigbt and annoying the entire household with that cough, aa vvest uougn nyrup win eure yoa like magic. The best known rem edy for cooghs, colds, coatumption in its esrly stages, and all throat and long diseases. 25 and 50o per bottle. Sold by J A Cam ming, drnggist. Dr Fuller returned from ifornla this meriting. Some red raspberries were on sale at Park er Brot today. Fino npples are selling for $1.00 here; $1 50 in Portland and 92.00 in Seattle and Tacoma. J W Gamber and Wash Phillips, proprie tors of the Jefferson flouring mills, have dis solved partnership, Uamlier retiring. The sdvortis ment for the sale of the Oregon Pacific has not yet aprxared in any of ths Corvallis paperr. What is th matter. Quarts mining claims hsva recently been taken up in the Santiam district by A H Howard and A Halvorssn, and John Giblin and K J Liamng. An Albany Chinaman, who ha resided Ir Albany eight yean, left today for China to remain, Jim Weetfall was around with a paper showing hi indutricns habits and residencft here getting It signed by those who knew him A horse was struck at Turns- Saturday aigbt by the local and thrown up on the oow catcher and thence to the ground, inutiilat ittg it in a horrible manoer, and of course killing it almost instantly. The local brauch of the Chautauqua asso ciation in this valley has already reached a membership of 150, and will hold it first annual session at the camp meeting grounda near Central Point early in July next. It ia an incorporated organisation. Jackson ville Times. Christmas i a fiue thing for peopla having money with which to enjoy it; but it ia oot a yery happy event tor the ixur children of a oily who are oot remembered by Santa Claoa. Thla suggests that it would be a good idea if a united effort made to make it a merry Caristmas for all, for poor and rich alike. "It i more Mewed to give (to tlfj poor) than to receive. TUESDAY. Cure for Cokls, Fevers and General De bUity. Smoil Bile lVmua. Sc. per bottle. The Southern Pacific has agreed to build a $3000 depot at Tangent. A Car losd of material was shipbed to day by the S P D & L Co to Salem for the new dome. A freight car. no 36,391, 'ff tb Blue !ne, j N T Central and Hudson River Railroad, j was on the switch at this city today. A 1 long ways from home . Judge Burnett yesterday hsld that tba ballot with fierce a name oa twice were legal, and sh matter was appealed to the Supreme court. An exciting dog fight occurred last even ing 01 Fro it street, between two bull dag, ending in a fight between the owner and another man. A big crowd watched the offair. Yesterday at 4odaville W W Parrisb, Gecrge Wert and N N Baabor were sleeted cooocilmen, A H f helps, recorder, W L Mc Cullneo marshal and J p Chcaher, treat rer. winstMiw. Prevent and cure Const irsstion snrl Ranefc Boadacbc, Small Bile Ikstns. VI AVI Co offics in Baltimore blocc. Considerable diphtheria exists in Eane. The big timing else insets at the Baptist chnrch Friday nist. Al. the n ember are earnestly requested to be pretsvat. A tramp tole a gun and a pair of sum boot of H B Spreoger at Sbedd Mr Sprenirer bad kindly given htra Bis dinner in the bar gain. L Gil trap, editor of the Mencr, was eleo'ed mayor of Springfield by 4 majority. W B Pettgra, recorder and Henry Suilaoo. marshal. Prof W W Davis haseerto six octave or i face en hand, which ht wilt tell at ecat. ' A fine epptrtonity to tmx a valuable Christ mas present cheap. Mr Jerry Hay, cf Hsnkbarg, sraaU t damages for injuries received while getting dllaa on a train at that city and hss pi sotsa tbe rustier to the railroad commissioner. At tbe big boot around Craesvsreil yeatei day, the "experts" under command of J B W hi tracer got 1,960 points while the ; "amateur? '' ucder Edgar t'arsjes 1,770. Guard. Ihe lair at the Uaiverssslist cfeorch snl! be continued thi evening. A abort pro gram all be given. Every 'acy come and 1 - .uf s a : t t.. . hhi wu , u. 1 u u. auuimwu tin. . . t cream and cake 15 cent. Guaranteed 10 cure TBllosas Attackaaad Coosursauoo, Small BUe Ueana. Batterick patterns at Read's. Try V F Read srben y u war t pfcnsH. W arc er corsets art, the beat alW F Head. Cloaks and jacket at cost and !e a-. VV f Rand's. Brownsville proposes to bare atactic lights. Don't fail to bnv dry goode, holiday good, etc, etc, of W F Read. W ? Read baa a large stock of boot and shoe to select from, sad the best vain in town. We have the largest stock cf ladies nc derwear ever thnssn in town. 6e sore and as what W V Read can do far yon tefor placing your order. The best awslry at Will It Stark , GennineTeresseeStrghumcndrsagbt atiCltot ofUer j;e orde ,t mT C E BrowoellV Moat complete stock of groceries in the city can be f ouju at C E Brownall'a. Ten per cent rliscoont 00 hanging tamp daring next lo day lor caab V t. Utotroeil. A fall 'in of fleece slipper role at Klein Bros Klein Bro all. irrn'clad school tboes cox em t Ladies yen can buy overgaiters from to'll-50 at Klein flr . i II tne go. ffa Wear a pair of art .c at. io yonr rubber 1 1 r . a iri: uns auu ttcfi )vur in, mtuut, as rsifiu Bros. If 500 want to boy a horse cheap or feed for tfceaseof ittbi winter call at Will' Muric Stere I i 1 ii 1 in summer goods at Read'. Will tc '': k. tht jewelers Novelties in va".iiii -. i.,..ary, iatioaa. a'allia ei-ii, a; S n '!' ball in- A Big Opportunitt. R G Watson Si Co, have a jar filled with beans and will give to the p' rton guessing nearest to the number It e ntslns, an elegant gold wa'xh and chair . The watch hat an Elgin movement with a 14 carat Hunting case warranted to wear 2 yean. Its value with chain is $35. One guess with each 50 cents worth f meicbsndise. Reopened W R Graham has reopened his tailoi shop, and has on hand a fine line of suitings, ready to be made up for those wishing first-class work done. Thanking the public for a liberal patronage in the past, he solicitsa continuance f their patronage and promises good work sml prompt a'tention lo ..c needs of his patron. We are goim? to put the prices down cash aod sell for cash only. Allen Bros. to Klein Bros sell no shoddy stnff, but ssll hoot aod shoes made of leather. MABBIED. KIBBEY KIBBfSY. Oo Dec 4. 1802 at the residence of A W Grubbe, By Rev Edward Eccleston, Mr Weiley Kibbey of Benton county and Miss Anna Kibbey of Clay County, Kansas. DIED. KLEIN. On Monday evening, Dec, 6th, 1892, a, her home in Salem, of child birth, Mrs. Antony Klein. The deceased was a former resident of Albany and was highly respected by all knowing her. She leaves a husband and four children. one an infant of only a few days All will mourn ber death. Speaking of Mrs Klein's death the Statesman says : The deceased was the wife of Alderman Klein, and by her kind and winning manners had won many friends in this city who will feel keenly the loss of a pleasant neighbor and a true friend. Mrs Klein was born in Pennsylvania and was married in Troy Grove, Illinois, twelve years ago. Four small children, Enie, Meta and Marguer ite, aged 4, 7 and 10 years, respectively, and an infant aged 0 days, survive her. Three sisters, Minnie, .Bertha and Edith are living in Troy Grove, Illinois, and a fourth, Mrs Wm Wright, is a resident of Silverton. 0 E Krausae, of this city, John Krausae, of Eugene, and Albert Krausse, of Illinois, are brothers of Mrs Klein. Monday s election was $ a vory live one.bringing out several exciting contests of words, etc. Politics played very little part in it, and"go as you please" seemed to be Mie order, as the vote will also in dicate. Following was the tells the story : vote, which 1st Ward 2nd Ward 3rd Ward. Total VOU MAH8UAI-. J N Hoffman fit 110 128 302 j V. McFeron 124 100 204 428 McFeroti's maj. 126 POK TKKANIJBKR E 1 Parker .... 150 164 200 filo KOII COUNCILMBK JJWhitnev 122 1 F Conn 60 Whitney's maj 66 C G Burkhart. . . . 114 S M Pennington. 86 Burkhart's maj. 28 Hub Bryant 144 P B Marshall 182 Marshall's maj. 38 DEMOCRATIC C1T I t M k St In Saturday night the largest city conven tion probably ever hld in Albany took place at the court house. One man was about ready to Insist there were nearly a ; many present as there arc veters in' the -citv. J P Oialbralth, ot the central committee called the convention to order T I Ktlte was e!erle.i chairman, Ir r Nuilinir sec. retary and L M Curl assistant secretary. E A Milner. J M Ralsto'i and M Scott were appointed a committee on order of business, and redorted according 10 the following proceedings: The nominations of councilmen for the First ami Second wards and committee- men for all the wards, were lafified. On motion of George Humphrey tne nomi- nation of Hub Bryant for councilman of tne Third ward was not ratified. No nomination was made for city Treasurer. For Marshal, I N Hoffman, George Hughes and A J Anal vn were named, oter registering. ! and voted for by ballot, voters Tellers: Geo Humphrey . 6 W Wright, j Lon Miller and Rufus Thtrnipaon. Huffman received 155 votes, Hughes, ! j. Anslyn, 1 a and scattering 6. Mr Hoffman was declared nominated j and the . .invention adjourned. t.o TO t'osnir & M tar Ibe rUrt Uae r sflallstajr la Use sailer In bnying Holiday presents Variety To select from Is what j Ousts. I Foahay A Mason . Have the largest an t beat stock of HOLIDAY GOODS to be found anywhere in the valley. A glance shows that. Look a second time- More yet. Twenty-one different kinds M family Bible, thirty-six different kinds of tesvehera Bibles take your choice. The largest and finest assortment of perfum eries in the va'ley ; nothing nicer for a present. Sachet powders. juvenile books without end, for 5 cents upwards. Full 'ine of poets. Pretrott's works, etc Itickens lower thtn ever, and a 'rea.lv low. Handkerchief boxes, dressin? an.i 1 IfhiLtt writ ini itack akavin. I -r,,t m-ti.i-..I'u-.-.. -i-' aa t ... . " w alphabet blocks, numerous game. in fact anything to be secure. 1 in this country. Special discount o 8- S. teachers buying in quantities An early call means a good choice, but tbe stock 't big. and i there will be plenty for the crowds at j any time. As Albaxt Max's Claim. a Wash- j ngton dispatch says: Kenalor Mitchell : also introduced a bill to nay .laaoo y heeler ouo lor property charged to ; him and lost or stolen while he was agent ' at arm Springs reservation Wheeler ' was appointed agent by Cleveland He claims that the property which is I charged to htm wa condemned, or dam aged, and not justly chargeable to him . in making up bis accounts of bis office. ATrasTtsM. Spired pigs feet. Sweet pickle in bulk Sour pickles In bulk. Raisins, citrons. Lemon peel, extracts, etc.. For the Holidays, can be found at F. ! ALLEN CO. M jvisc OtrrrtT. The undersigned is prepared to do alt kinds of house raising lu,... . J 1- residence at cor of Third and Oak s'rcels, Albanv. J B Titxotso. F the Holidais. Mis Mattie E Martin will take orders in painting for ; tne nouoays at tier studio, at tne resi- ; dence of Ret U W Hill on 6th street, j Leave orders early and secure a fine j holiday gift. Cash C.eocex-. Stoke Allen Bros, are ' sow in their new quarters in ihe Brink Block : -. . a. . - t a a , at ihe corner of Irerry and Second Street, j I iuu i.i i..c - icn.s, a smaii exrensr scrsuuni ! generaily, and ia first class stock of goods. i sre prepand to give their ensto-ners the best I. - " tarKslias to be obUioel 10 the city, for cash. Cash counts with them, and the public want- ing ihe best goods and produce to be S- cured in the city should call on them, where Uey .III get low pruesand the st good. Arrived. M rs Roscoe, medium and clairvoyant, will give a public tet meet ing and messages given from the spirit side of life. Also slate writing messages i given at W C T C Hall Saturday evening, i Doors open at 7 p m. Admission, 25 cents. Mrs Roscoe also gives private sittings daily in all kinda of business. Mining and real estate a specialtv. Private sittings ladies, $1.00; gentle men, r-'.W. Also circles everv eveiiint? at No. 100 First street.corner Baker st. Admission. 5 cents. Put up tn neat ratch-itiarard botllea,stij coated. Small Bue Ucauis. S&c per bottle. Vas, More Pbom-k want good groceries thsn anything else. It means a good deal for the harmony of the household. Matters go aloni, more smoothly. Deat with Conn dt Hendrlcson and you will get the best groceries at the lowest price Their produce 1 alway fresh, and they keep the latest In every thing. You are not In It If you do no', buy your eating goads of Conn Si Hendrlcson. To aid Dltrestlon take one Small Dlle Ilcic after i u imn . e. per 1 i lie. JABig Offer. Bear in rr.ind that every ne jt subscriber to the Democrat Is entitled to the New York H'orM and Democrat both for the small sum of fa,8o. Every person who It already a subscriber to the Democrat can by paying all arrearages and one year in ad vance have both for the same price, ine World is the best general newspaper in the world snd the Democrat is the best lucsl paper in the valley . Now is the time to sub scribe for your winter reading. 0!..oq rod -oog -sj.iai'i pidJoxosnoJB if.vut ejoj lu.iiu aj.i.w) uuou 'Hit! nous uuo Albany Mrket Wheet.rOc. Oats, 8Ao. Floor, fS.Ou. Hotter, 20o. Eggs, SOo. Iaard, 23Kc. Pork -hams. 15o; shouldors, 8c,-altJee l2o. Hay, baled. 15 o atoes, 26c. Applee,50o. Hops. 17c. Dried fruit--plunin, flo, apples, Oo Chickens, $4 Ml per dozen. Beef, on fool, 2o. Hogs, dreased, 7e. They Increase oppetlto, purity t'uo wholo Cratemand acton the liver, Hiie llounsSdui.1. pOYAL BAKING POWDER imparts that pccu!- S-sT J-v iar lightness, sweetness, and flavor noticed in the finest food, and which expert pastry cooks declare is not obtainable by the use of any other raising agent. AL Abtol Royal Baking Powder i-s shown a pure cream-of-tartar powder, the highest of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Food Report. Royal Baking Powder ia superior in purity, strength, and wholesomcness to any other powder which I have ciiamiacd. New York State Analyst. Ltx toixrv reiat'i. Gram: Pkairis Grakoe 1 1 all, Iec. 3rd, 1692. The ri0ular session of ihe Linn Counly w. w . . . . uusmcss ili.cii me. with the above ' named grange. Wotlhr I resident I II n . 1 1 . 1. -1 1 1 . . 1 .. i.i ..it Lian. mine idkrcc 01 me Wur'hy Siecietary, B.oUi.le, Bro S ii Train acted as secretary pio tern. Tne a gent staled that he had no report to make at present. The different committees havlnir nj repoil to mske the council then proceeded under the hcid ot unfinished business wnen inc recommend by tne committee f on iegistauon in regard to the trespass law was taken up and talked on by several member In a very animated manner, and it was decided that there shou,d be a more stringent trespass law. j "inner oeing in readiness tne President declared a recess of one hour to partake of ts. anaitis. . Dinner being over, the president re called the house to order and proceeded with business under the head of precinct """M's-and Ir was unanimously decided in favor of said precinct assessor On motion a cmm)ttec was appointed by the co.iocil 10 wait on the different i mc .itbcrs ot the legislature of the counties composing the Linn Co. Council 10 work . for said amendment. Said committee consisted of Hon R A Irvine, of Linn 1 county ; Bro D Leeper, of Benton county; Bro A C Jennincs. of Lane county : W G Quick, of Polk county, and J Yoorhees, of Marion county. On motion the next session of the coun- l cil will be held with Krox Butte grange 00 the 6rst Saturday in January, 1893. On suggestions tor the good cf the order ; several members spoke on matters of importance to the snbordina-e granges, especially on installation of officers. On motion Bro S A Dawson was se lected as railroad commissioner, to be elected by the next legislature, and was . talked on by Bros D Leeper. Irvine. Bry ant, Train, Quick and other. Said mo : lion was carritd. Bro Hayes, state lecturer of the grange. I was called out, and gave quite an able talk in regard 10 ihe welfare of the patron of husbandrr. Bro Hayes read a letter from Bro R P Boise from the National grange, htch tasks of interest to grange. ' Al patrons ot the council who were not prcssm'. missed a great treat and the good thing that werf said by the different members sttenoing said ' council . Bro Hayes sras eU applauued at the close of hi speech. A voted thanks was tendered Grand j Prairie grange for the use of their hall . and the sisters for ll c repast furnished. Rsr-oaTcm. THE ttEmCS Are Brest! wing Leas aatl Lean . They Read of fhsr e-triarkatDlr- Cr Performed fay tb Drs Darrl u The crowds of sufferers still continue : to tbrona Dr Darrfn'a offices in order to gain relief. Their method of electro ; magnetic treatment calls forth numerous testimonials from tbe cured- Tbe fol- lowing are a few extracts from parties , that can be referred. ( Mm Eorroat Dear Sir In justice to tbe doctor and to all similarly afflicted, 1 ! can truly Davy he has cured me of ovarian ' and womb trouble, which has troubled me for two j ears or more, by electricity land medicine. I took two months' treat i went and can truly reccornmend Dr Darrin'a treatment to tbe afflicted. Can be referred to. Mas A E Pat. A'bany.Or., Nov Wk, 1802. M rs L Mattoon. East Poitland. Ore ; gon, catarrh, bronchitis, nervousness ' and sleepless nights and loss of flesh ; ' cured and gained twelve pounds. Dr Damn still holds forth at the Re vere House, Albany, Or., and givea free consultation daily from 10 to 5 : evenings 7 toS; Sunday. 10 to 12. He treats aK curable diseases at half bis former prices. The poor free. Sircular and question list sent free. 1 a..., a. Aar otias -Vsuhln the isst few years tnere h,vf T" P"01 "e very hnesl- I l. .. . . tA.a.1.1- kssswasi (tnxnel llss.tr irav ta(A r 1 r ' """" "- 7777' j hm- " hm t"t 7?' " w" ' ?hW P'phs of the world, 'k of me1. ment whose greatest 1 Pcture ,,e "fl'T , r-ioduced by an inferior process, and the de scriptions are compiled ty unknown men who have fallen Into many errors la trvicg to describe scene which they themselves hve never been priviledged to behold. But it is nevertheless very attractive, and would find a ready sale. If it were not for the ad vent of a far superior work "Glimpses of the World" by the world-reaowned lecturer John I Siosdard. Tut Best Place. Would you buy ycur Ro'Uiay goods from the finest stock in the citv, then can on niacainan Hodges. "They have a large and select stock of Toilet Cases, Albums, Pictures, Perfumery, Etc, Etc. And will make it ao object for gift purchasers . TK aar Do not buy be fore examining their superior stock of holiday goods. Remember all boot and shoe bought o Klein Bros that rip. ran over or soles com loose will be repaiied by u fiee of .harge. STRANGERS I ta oar city will be treated aame cooitasy old fnenit and customer as orowoeu . C TOP at Will & Slsrk for yoar watc ,75 jewelry and ailverware Kloga ortment fot wedding presents Noth ka this part of Oregon Cirk so ad shoes or winter wrear. Klein Bros have thorn aU stvlss and prices from $S to $6. Try n pair and havs dry feet for tin winter. C TOP at Will AJSUrk'sl if yoa desire "!l see ttie finest line of silverware ever broueht. to Albanv. It embracea many novelties and will be sold at reasonahl rices The ouly Pure Cream of Tartar Used in Millions of Homes D-PRICE'S Rp mm m 0 THE aOFTDJEatlf It llll.Sl Dec 5th 1892. Mrs Locke has been very ill with In termittent lever, hut w as convalescent at last accounts. Several cattle deals, of which ye cor respondent ia unable to give the partic ulars, occurred in this neighborhood last week. Mrs BoacetTjaii returned home from Harriaborg last week where she bad bten attending the bedeide of ber grand father, the late Thomas Alford. Quitej a number from this vicinity were in Eugene last Saturday, we enp pose they went over there to see it rain. Chris Vandron. of Albany spent a dav or two here last week with Mr Willougby. Mrs E T Willougby made another trip to Eugene tbe first of last week. She will probably trade for property there. Dr and Mrs C R Holt have moved to Harrisburg for the winter. Miss Eva Alford was unite seriously ill last week and her place in the echoo room waa taken by ber sister, Miss Lenna. A little child of Will Barvere was anile sick the first of last week. Mr Allinghatn and daughter. Mioses Lola and Alma spent several days last week with friends and relative near Peoria and Halsey. SHERIFFS SALL, In the Circuit Court of tie .flat o' Cs for Limn Coausfy. A B Matthew aod Edward Wsb- burs, partner doing tsaaiaeas wa der the hrm name aod stvle ot Matthews & Waaohwrn, Pliiatiff. va M F Braanin. Deisodaat. X' OTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT by via tee of aa exacaiieo acd order at sale doty uwsssl cat of tbe abov named etart in tbe above entitled suit to me direct ed and del'trred, I will on natardavr, late 3Ua way .f DnrwWr IStj. the front of he county eoart bouse, the city of Albany, Una coast, Oregon, t the boar of 1 o'cieck p m, of said asv. selt at pobi-e acetloo for cash ia band, to the bi,jbeat btddi r tb reai property dewcncd tn said execsliuo rd . ider vt ea'e town Lot thirty tb..- (331 io Block eleven i i 1 . la Bryant addition U the city cf Albany , Litaa county, Oiecoe, the proceed arising from lh sale of said real prvpertv to be ap plied first, to tbe fsy .oeot f the costa and expensew of sale. Including the costs mad dubarsesneat cf action taxed at 21.70; Sad, to the payment of plaintiffs claim aasoanTing to 15., 5 and aecrasns tat si sat thereon at ths rate 01 10 per cent per anansn. aast the farther torn cf $ 1 IS . 00 and accwinf in 11 est thereon the rate of 10 psr seat per annom, acd the farther east of $23 u attorneys fee with like intsrrat; asd ice ortrplos if any to be pud to tbedtfeadant. N Brannin. Dated this 21 st day of November. lSi CC JACKSON. Sbfriffaf Linn coontj, Oregon. SHERIFF'S SALE: a fit Crrrwsf Comtt of tht State Orew, or Z.un . .r'i . W J Denbarn. PlalnUtT. Frask Wood, Lsrban Case, E K Case and aam Cases, Defend an ia J OTtCK IS HEREBY GIN RS TH AT iw oy sinus (( an tiecsuno ana orai r or sale duly iseoed out cf tlte above named rjurt. In the above entitled suit to me directed and delivered, I writ, on eaiwrstay, sac tsah stay T Dsteeaaher. taas. at trie front door ct tne eonaty court house.in ibe city of Albany. Linn cjunir. Or as tbe konrnf l o'clock pm or said day, sell at public auction for caab in hand to ce hi sheet bidder the real property de scribed in said execution and order of sale as follows tosrit: lot Ave. ta block eight, in the citv of Albany. Linn county. i eat 'ii i ue yi saaawana snwii in m tne aleofaatd rwal p -o,ertv to be applied first, to tbe payment of tbe costs aa expense; of sale, tnciudln .j, ooata and dts- irs n nts taxed at $24 .6. 2nd, for the pay & , plaintifPs e'.aitn muonntinK to and accruing lo'erest thereon a r ennt per anuu. ml the furthwr - ? 140.00 as aUdruev fees and aoerui" teteist thereon at the rteof 8 per 6 n perannriRj. and ths overplus i' a t f c oe paid to the defendant t rank Ifoi 5t lasted this 211 day of Kcvem tssreE-- , JO JACKS N SheriO of Lian county, Ore Albany has a population of at leu t 4682, which is gradually incieasing, over 1000 more than that ot f.ugene. tnougn Eugene has the most school children in school, a peculiar fact, and one w hich hs given the local papers the nigntmare. The Guard save : The total number of students enrolled in tbe Albany public schools is 303, about two-thirds as many as in tb Eugene schools- And still that town claims to have a population ot 6.0C0. Tjothin. Bev Bylvaatwa Laae Of the Wocinnati M E Coaferenee, says: "We have for years ased Hood's Sarsapanlll in oar family of are, and find it felly ee.oa to all that is claimed for it. Hoods PilU ears Liver 111.. When you boy your boots and aboss of Klein Bros they don"t snake you nay 25 to 50 cent extra a pair for a warrant, bat they do their own shoe raaki.ig and repair alt boots and ahoo free of charge, that rip. run over or come loose. anInvVtation To a wedding i hailed with delight, so an exorvarion to save mooy is hstnd to with attention, and if heeded should guide vou to the store of C E Brownell. Monet to Lea. 1 have money in sums of WOO to $20,000 to loan on Im proved farm lands in Linn and Bentci counties, at lowest current rates, delay in furnishing the money. C G Bl'SKBAXT Real estate agent, Albany, Oregon. Powder. No Auif'oniu; No Alum. 40 Years the Stn-- As BIG SACRIFICE! The owners of the Merced Woolen M 11-, Merced, Ca!., miring from business, we have purchased'a part of 'heir stock at a BIG DISCOUNT. A Barbecue W place on tale their Men's, Boyg' and Children's Underwear, and Blankets, at you corns again. We guarantee a positive saving of 50 percent. It will cost y u i ( thing to see these goods. T L WALLACE & CO, ALBANY, THREE Good Reasons whv it will pay r urn is aing uoods oi 1st, BECAUSE we have tbe largest and best selected stock. Snd, BECAUSE we have the largest trade. rd, THUS enabling ns to sell Mrgooda cheaper than yoocanget tbem elsewhere- A floe display of Holiday Goods now ready for inspectioB, el oar prices on Mackintoshes, Gun Coats and other wet weather goods. flic L L to m k The Clothier. lMalisn:ufl Hatters of tbe Tallsy. FOBTMILLER & MING, Undertakers WK KEEP coattantly cn hand a full line cf oielalic, cloth and weed easketaaa eesnns. Also burial tobes and suits, tn broadcloth, sat r cs s! n rre.flw. which will be sold at The Lowest EMBALMINQ!nd the proper xsra tCharge tar Hearse ar Servteesi ALBANY, - - MASONICSTEMPLE, - - OREGON THE MAZE. stx nacncs SJALl, Ssleeia Oregon, W. I. A tacrSBkh buslnsss training school. Endorsed A Five Departments: Business, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship,Engmt School in session ibe satire rear. Students admitted at unv time. Catalogue, containing information, ftrw of Bargains. complete linen, consisting of Clothi.ig, Flannel ohirts and prices that will surely make OREGON. you to buy n and and -:- Embalmerst. Living PrssBla. care of the dead a specialty. Issues 200 page Dry Goods and General Outfitting HATALOGUE. Send your name on a postal card TO-DAY and get one. 1 7JJW,ST77l7S Stsley, rrineipil. bv the business ami professions! men ot balsas.