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STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT
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ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY
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TERMS OF aUDSCRlPTIOH
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R. S. STRAHAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL PRACTICR IN ALL
iLm of IBM Stats. Will
special attention to collections and pro
matter. . . .
Office In Foster' new brio. 49tf
L. H. MONT AN YE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office upstairs, over John Brlggs store.
J. K. WEATHERFORD,
iTTORNRY AT LAW.
YlTli.L PRAOTICK IN ALL T1IR COURTS OF Til R
Y 8UU. 8pwUI.IWnUon Ktran u cttiifK-iion. wmi
roht. inaUar. -
In OJd rttw Tempt. H:
n onWKi t W. B. HILTBU
POWEIiIi A BI17YEU,
.TTORNRYS rV LAW.
And Solicitors iu Chancery.
tLRAMV. - ORKCJOM.
Collections promptly made on all points
Loans negotiated on reasoname term.
fjrOmce In Fosters Briok.s
J. J. WHITNEY.
Attorney And Counsellor At Lav
Will nrsctiee In all of the Conrts of
this State. All bunlness Intrusted to him
trill be promptly attended to.
E. W. LAN COON & CO.,
D !'. INT.
tlooks. Stationery and Toilet Article, A
Larg- 1 Stock and Low Prices.
CITY- XDHTTQ- STORE,
F08HAY & MASON,
V0OLSLA1S ASS aSTASSr
Druggists and Booksellers,
A Rents for John B. Alden's publications,
which we sell at publisher's price with
posts gt added.
ALBAS Y, OKEtiOM.
Stationary, Toilet Articles, Etc.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED,
f hare the bee, stock of nrniture in the
city and w II sell
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap,
The only stock of
in the cit v and the lowest price in the
Valley. Come and see.
A complete stock and can give SATIS
FACTION. Try me,
A. B. WOODIN,
Cmrur. Tint mm EUawrtk Alb.Mf. ama.
W Garre t, Prop'r-
Thla new Hote' U fitted up In flnt cUm ttyl.. T.ble.
.upplied with tb. best th. market afford.. Hpring
mm In erery Room. A good bVunpl. Room for Com
MWWr Cmmeh to anal fro km Ihr ii..ii.
The First Term will commence on
Tuesday, Sept., 15th, 1885.
For particular, concerning tb. couraea of atudy and
ta. pne of tuition, apptr to
REV. J- . WieKOrr, rre.idcat.
Aloany Bath House.
rrytiv undkrsiqned would respect
I ftUj iaform the eitiwna of Albany and vl
ilaitt that I havetaken charge of thia EatsblUh
-aeat,aad,by kaaping claan room and pajhj
atrietattention to ba.i., expact. to suit si
Jho.awho mayfaTor us eith tb.ir patronajr.
HaTiagharatofor.oarrlari on nothing bot
First-Olass Hair tfreesinar Saloone
xoeoti to tir entira latisf Hes4s al
CbHdiea an! Ladi.i' Hair n.atly -v
Ypooad. JOS WIBPEB.
Physician and Surgeon,
. m M r.4 A.-.
Offiee-cor. Firfet and rerry i rseis,
A8&MY - - OREGON.!
O. O OHRRR O.R.P?RK S
CHERRY & PARKES,
(Successors to C. C. Cherry.)
Machinists, Millwrights, and Iroi
J E HAVE OTJK NEW SHOPS ALL
W completed, and are now prepared to
handle all kinds of heavy work. We will
manufacture Steam Engines, Grist and
Saw Mill Machinery, and all kinds rf Iron
and Brass Castings.
PATTBRNS M4UE S SHORT MOTICE.
Special attention given to repairing all
kinds of machinery. Will also manufac
ture the improved Cherry A White Grain
linlVf Mend six cent, for oostatfe.and
A rnliiCr receive free, a cosily box of xoods
ch will hlp ' a to mora money right away than
thin. .la. In thia world. All of either sex, suc-
frem first hoar. The broad road to fortune
b.(ore the work.rs. absolutely sure. At once
1 - - - ' - s ' ' .I -i,
Carta Rheumatism, Naarasjla,
AT Bill till 1ST. AMD B.il.a.
Jtoe from Opinio, luetic and t'olson.
At Vc tar n Drai
taa cumuc. . vousuas co., iuitisiius, so.
And every species oi I letting and
Horning Olaesme Cured by
rsha, srsan miasm, with .iiiiur luhtmr
an. uummg . iii.miiut NiMbti .rm Iwth with
t'iiit.-iroi an. unci, application .if I'titu-tirm.
the ifreat .kin ura Th,a r.ixMitcd dailr with t.
or Shra 4mm of Cutiaara SaMlaaiit, lha n.w bland
i.unrtcr. to lw,Uil .land e.K.1, th. .rai.tr.tloii imra
and atitrMUMin., in. r..tw. afwit, Iho liver and hi. I
Seja .!., will alJIy era E-am , Icllar Kin
w..m, IN.ria.iii, Urban, PrurUus. &t)a haa7l. .an-
uriinuiuriw! iwiw m iwnsng, ,aljr MM r"l'l
humor, ni the au.lt! aud akto. when the beat tb.i
t .. ana all Known rcmat ... fai'.
Will McOonal.l. Mt Oaarhorn street. hi.c...T.la
fully aakaaartaAaaaaeara oi jaaaaay erasni. aaak.
fssa. arm. and ! far aevcnUa. yean; not able m
walk eiaept an handa and knee, for .n. yaw . not abta
U halo hluveelf far aiirht ta.r trtrd humtradaof ram
eiie; doctetra pronnunord hie cm sfi.l ; uwrma
nenlly enrwd by CuUVura Rajultoui (bio., partner)
and Butieura and CuUeura '.a. the eroat akin curat)
Char lea llaufhtcn. Ran., lawvvr. 9m
B.iaun. ropoiu a ww of Reu. under hta .Mart,
lion fwr Un vaara, whb-h cvarwd Uie patient', body
and bin be. ad ta which mil known nathad of tieat
nienl had been npnliad wlLhout benefit, which wia
rumnlHely cursd adeJy by tha Cutkura K!u:x)ie.,
iMvbiir leji nnd bvallhy akin.
Mr. John Thiel, Wtlkrabarra, Patin, rue I I have
u7erd from .,H hhrum fr eight year., .t Untei m
bail that 1 cold not attend to my btwineaa for weak,
at a tni.e TbrM box.. f fuUeuraJand four Wottlaa
IW'lvant hsv aotlrcly cured me oi thiadrrndful dU-
rtiyticlan. PrMNrribaTbetn. I hav rothing but tha
highest prmiaofor tha raeolt. obtained from y.ur Cuti
cor. Kaiiioliea. f which I have a-.IU mora than of .11
other ol th. kind.
MOVRO BfSD, Bf. D.
SS0O K Bra-d at. Pblladelpbi. fenu,
Are anld by all druggiatt. Prk. : CtTKTSA, Ktc. ;
ltr.M.Lt r.vr. fj : Ro.r. tSe. Purr. list. as Ciian
icl Co., Boston, Mm.. Send tor "How to Car.
DC JlTIfT th. ciHetm and skin by using
RHa W tb. Citoiu
Rb.tMM.Uc NettrmJaHc, Sciatic. Bodtlan,
Sharp aJjd Narrinui paina abr)iitel arm tin.
UtcS by tb. Cutlcvs Anil Pain nsstsr, s
erfact ar !i to mJ tA inr1an.matin.
k.w, asfjaaat, infajiibi.. ai Urunif, tic
MISS EMMA SCHUBERT
OPPOSITE REVERE HOUSE.
AND POULTRY MARKET.
IILTOX HYDE, Proprietor.
Fresh fish always on hand. Cash paid
for chickens and frame.
First Street, next door to Jos. Webber's,
A c 1 i v e , -s3' '
frCayfiCvxlfT.tnno follow th leaders ct
The Daily Alta
Tlie foremoiit newspaper of theFacJilo
Coas't, which prcsenta both sides of all
caattcro of public Interest No eueuien
to paniah or frlcnda to pet, but fair and
truthiol with ail.
The Weekly Alta
Presents the strongest possible claim to
a family circulation. It is filled with
good reading, stories, fashion notes, and
pays intelligent attention to tho Houao
and Farm. Splendid premiums with tho
TERMS OF THE ALTA.
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Dally, (Including Baaday) One Year 16 00
Dally, One Month......... 60
Sunday Edition, One Tear 2 00
Weekly alta, One Year 1 60
Send postal card request for free sam
ple copy of Daily or Weekly Alta.
Drafts, Checks, and other remittances
should be made payable to tho order of
ALTA CALIFORNIA PUB. CO.
San Francisco, California.
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of ail flesh.
T JACOBS nil
"W a nil i n fx ton.
Ym .ur regular correspondent, )
Waihinotok, Feb. 19th, 1886.
At last the Issue between the Pres
ident and the Republican Senators
has been directly raised, and the
Senate's ultimatum is the talk of the
day. What does it amount to, and
whither will it lead ? In reality It
amounts to nothlmr more thsn the
expression of an opinion by a small
portion of tha Senate.
Some Republican Ssnators, In cau
cus, declare that they will con Arm
no nomination made to fill vacancies
created by remevals unless the rea
SOM asked for are furnished. This
position will probably lend to a tern,
porary dead.leck between the Presi
dent and Senate In certain tent cases.
It I not likely, however, to bring on
a very serious conflict, though there
wilt doubtless be hot political discus
sion over the abstract principles in
The President will not be coerced
into abdication of a vital feature of
the Executive prerogative. He may
be relied upon to hold hi ground,
A number of them who were not
prepared to take such extreme ground
absented themselves from the caucus.
There it a widespread opinion that
the Republican lenders who are prom
inent in keeping up the agitation.
which grows out of this matter, are
doing so fur political effect in their
own rival Interest.
Stilt, the ultra-Republican mem.
members carried the day, (or their
resolutions were Anally adopted as
expressing the sense of the caucus,
and however jatich lndl? idual Bens.
tors may fo I that their party has
committed a grave error, they are
now hound to act In conformity with
the caucus decision.
The women are here again In an
nul convention wanting to vote. They
)ave much speech making, much
persenal glorification, and much criL
iclsm of bard and cruel mankind.
About the latter, alt they say is
memt,and hss been said many times
It Is Interesting to look over an
audience st a womtns rights conven
ed. For, though this U the eigh
teenth winter that the ?ttocialJon has
made a rendezvous f Washington,
many people will tell you, half a polo.
Ketlcally, when you meet them at
the deliberations of thla body, that
they thought they would like to come
once, just as a nutter of curiosity.
There is always a predominance of
the feminino element al these meet-ing-t,
but there is also a fair sprink.
ling of masculine visages expresslvo
of a consuming desire to know what
goes on at auch place. The feml.
nine faces express vsriooi feelings.
Some show sympathy or earnestness,
others look bored, others cynicsl,snd
msny express the sweet silliness of
womankind as they sit receivinir In
formation as to th rights ami du:i
of their sex.
Susan 15. Anthony presides with a
dignity and confidence engendered
by hgr long familiarly with the plat
form. There Is nothing new in what
she nays nor in her manner of saying
it, but she always commands an at
tentive hearing. She triumphs la
what she call the successes of the
womans rights movement, and ex
presses earnest faith in its future.
At last evenings session Mt An
thony became enthused with the
speeches and asked the audience to
vote. 'Those who are in favcr of
woman suffrage say Mye' " she call,
ed, and there was a loud chorus,
"i'he-je who are opposed say may.' "
She turned away as If the question
had been settled by a unanimous
affirmative vote, when a few men, fur
back in the audience, daringly piped
forth "no andflwl instnutly. Miss
Anthony looked surprired.as did every
one. and some hissed while others
As to tn wtfkrt doings In Con
Khz Joi n lrter's plea hss
monopolized the House, and the great
Educational bill has had the right of
way in the Senate. Mr. Morrison's
hew Tariff bill was introduced in the
House, alsoa number of anti-Chinese
measures. Among new measures
presented iu the Senate was a bill
granting a pension of $5,000 a year
to the widow of General Hancock,
and another appropriating $250,000
for a monument to General Grant,
More steps were tsken to have a
thorough investigation of the Pan
Electric afiairs,at which the Attorney
General expressed his gratification.
Mr. Garland does not Intend to re
sign, but after the House has finished
its investigation of the telephone busi
ness, he savs he will take steps to
meet all criticisms upor his connec
tion with the Pan Electric company,
in a way that cannot fail to secure
the approbation of those who really
desire to be satisfied.
ALBANY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 13,
Kx.Senator Thurmsn, who will he
the senior counsel in the coming
Telephone trial, has had almost an
many callers sinee his return to Wash
logton as If he had come to be inau
gurated President. Entering the
Senate Chamber a few days ago he
expressed surprise at the changes In
its personal. U this the place
where 1 spent twelve years of my
life," exclaimed he. Surveying the
Chamber he missed iialne,Conk!iog,
Hamlin, Wallace, Anthony, Burnslde,
Randolph, Matt Carpenter, Ben Hill,
Hharoo, nnd thirty-six others who
aat with him in the Senate only a few
Okie ken IlriMtle.
Everybody busy at tho Bristle sow-
ing grain, making garden, setting
hens, knocking the starspsngled ban.
ner out of old carpets, and shaking
hands with the blooming candidates,
as these great and good patriots who,
with amilinar faces and a kind .it m
look in their earnest, pleading eyes,
grasp one's hands with a warmth
that melts the heart and curls the
tops of our rubber boots.
We passed a very pleasant evening
not long since at Mr. Bsss Cooper's.
Wo were very highly entertained
0 P,tl c pro.
fliln.d an . .
auced on the orfran bv Mia f'alla
Pennington, niece of Mr. Coeper's,
and his daughter, Mies A Hie. Miss
Pennington and Mies A Uie both have
fine voices, which blond together In
perfect bar mony, making as tweet and
pretty music as It has been our good
fortune to listen to fer a long time.
John South will sow several seres
of Herring seed this spring. Last
year (be crop was a failure. Mr.
South yet hope to make the raising
of Herring a eacceet.
The scheol at the Bristle is pro
gressing finely, with Prof. James A.
Bllyeu as teacher. Mr. BUyeu takes
rank with the best teachers In Lino
county. All of the patrons of the
school here speak in the highest terms
of him as a teacher.
A few weeks ago we had the pleas
ure of visiting at Mr. Win. Barrews,
and while there were shown through
his stables of floe trotters. We were
shown colts that fer fine point-symmetry
of form, gracefulness of car
riage and beauty of action compare
favorably with the best strains of bread
in the East. The beautiful home,
J sckaon, that took the first premium
ever seven competitors at the last
State fair as the best roadHer sod all
purpose stallion, U a heautlfol dark
bay, with speed and Induranee writ
ten all over him. His sire ws Pratte
Alexander, he by Strathtnore. he by
Itysdyks Haroblelonian, his dam was
Frra by Western Chief, he by Path
finder, dam of Flora Morgan, and
Messenger, dam of Pratts Alexander,
was by Comet, he by Black Sultan.
Mr. Charles . Bsrroars Is owner of
the horse Jackson.
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe says It Is
wily a question of lime whan women
win wieid the ballot. The women
f Chicken Bristle yoars ago caught
on to the broom and have found it to
tie a far more powerful weapon to
wield than the ballot.
Alvis W. Gaines says he likes
America better than any country he
has yet visited.
I feet just aa happy aa the little sunflower.
That comb, the butter', hair in the kitchen,
And my heart aa light aa the wind that
The bristle from off the chicken.
Fine weather for farmers.
Mr. Conrad Mower j, of this place is
quite sick with Pneumonia ferer.
School is vacant ss our teacher be
earns siek and gave it up.
Miss Mellie Grime departed for Hal'
sey one day last week.
Another danoe at Mr. JelW Hyde's
oa 22 inst., lunch was served at mid
night, dancing was continued all night,
music by H. A. (i. orchestra', late
arrivals seems quits frequent in this
community, two promising young men
(who no doubt had promised) smarted
for the dance, after traveling for some
time tbey halted in front of a portly
mansion where they supposed the dance
to be all ae mad dark and Still ; dis
mounting from bis horse one of them
stepped to the door, but no response
came, (as the household were a mils
away at the dance) thinking to arouse
someone he called, which awoke a dog
at the rear of the home, the dog came
galloping around, and the yeung man
clsarad the fence just in time to save
bis ham pocket ; again he put hia lege
across the saddle and they (well the
man nf course Y tiroes led to ride itt
search of the dac.ee but no daace did
tbey find ; at last half frozan and half
starved they rsturned "home where they
arrived at about midnif ,ht,
The ma:! carrier win haa for several
yeara been, delivering mail on bis rsgu-
lr trips to Sweet Hotae to the peoples
living sloag tha read has failed to issvs
it for the last two weeks, we under
stand some trouble areeeout of 2-cents,
have often heard of a 1-osnt man bat
never before was it our lot to see a 2
ait nan, would like for mail to come
aa it did before as "Truth" as well as
others hsve mail thev would like to
have regular without going all the way
to towu alter it. It is not the oarrisrs
fault that we do not get eur mail, again
would like to have h understood that
stl xtoffloes sre not deed-letter of
Fat mors are taking advantage of the
fine weather for plowing and sowing
Mr A. J. Oiin is liavieg a fins fence
put around his dwelling.
Qaite a number from this vicinity
have been attending the meetings con
ducted by Hsv, Dr. Graves in your
Tho Directors of District No. 15,
have employed Mr, Sherman Thompson
to teach the spring term of school to
oommenea about the middle of April.
We wish htm much success.
At the school meeting on Monday
aat, Mr. Jamss Churchill was re-elect
ed school Clerk sad Mr. James Hunter
was elected Director. A special meet
ing is to be held en Saturday the 13ib
of March, to levy a tax of two hundred
dollars for the purpose oi fencing the
school house. The fence and repairs
are vary much needed and it Is hoped
that all voters will be present and vote
the tax. Mr. N. B. Fry has offetod to
givaan acre of ground to enlarge the
scH sol ground
Sobooi closed in District No. 15, last
Friday. The last month was not as
well attended as the month previous on
account of soma of the boys having to
atop to plow. The following ia the re
port of month ending February 26th :
Number of days attendance, 544 ,
number of days absent, 96 , number
of oases tardiness, 7 ; number of paptls
enrolled, 32 ; average daily attendance,
27. Those who were niher absent
nor tardy during the aao'ib r Mae
Thompson, Addie William., Harry
Hosier, Lion Gay, James Foster, Fred
Churchill, Elbeit Vr, Wdlie Wicker,
Kokertl Wallace, Aiiie Aoderway,
Hannah Wicktser sod Lsooa Wiokiter.
Tboas who passed written examinations
in all their studies aversgin, above 95
per cent wars At lie Au lerway, Richard
Fry, George Gross, Clyde Knspit. Ella
Feeler, Rosalia Fry, Winnie NicboU,
Minnie Fry, Linn Gay, Robert Wal
lace, Laona Wickixer, Elate Williams,
Hannah Wickissr, James Foster, Fred
Churchill and Harry H untsr.
It is diacmr.tgiog to those who feel
that there is great Isck ef statesman
sbtf in Congress to see the attitude
which Edmunda, Shermao, Ingalla and
Logan have assumed with reference to
the administration. Tbey insist that
ail papers which have been received by
the President with reference to remov
ing or auapeoding public otbesra, wheth
er they be private lettere or formal
charges, shall be submitted to tbs Sen
ate for taspsctioo. Of course the Free
idsnt reseats sueb sn invasion of hie
prerogative. This scheme of Edmunds
Jk Go. is a mere subterfuge, a trick of
partisans. They simply have two ob-
j ecu in vtew. Tbey nope to msae po
litical capital upon which to conduct
the congressional eltotioos ibis fall, and
to find an excuse to keep Republicans
in office by finding an excuse for refus
ing to confirm the President's appoint
anents. The whole country views this
snove as a fraud and a sham. It shows
Ihst the best and ablest Republicans of
taa country wil! fight more fiercely for
a amall office for one of their followers
than they will for au essential, vital
principle of government. Wo hops the
President will maintsin hia rights with
manly firmness and dignity. The
Dsmoerats oan get along very well
without the oflioes, but tbey cannot af
ford to sit still and allow the Senate
to assume powers which do not belong
to it, without protest. Obedience to
law and good government are the first
things to be seoured by a Democratic
administration, while securing the offi
cers is merely a secondary matter.
IS I'et K BLOOD PVKB
For impure blood the best medicine
know, Scovill's Sarsaparilla, or Blood
and Liver Syrup, may be implicitly re
lied on when everything else fails.
Take it in the spring time especially
for the impure secretions of the blood
incident to that season of the year ; and
take it at all times fer 0ancer,8orofula,
Liver Complaints, Weakness, Boils,
Tumors, Swellings, Skin Diseasss, Ma
laria, and tha thousands ills that come
from impure blood. To ensure a cheer
ful disposition take Scovill's Blood and
Liver Syrup, which will restore the
mind to its natural equilibrium.
It M) Ml
t During the year 1885 there were
1 . ,j
8,30,200 aozen eggs tmporieu irum
I Canada into the United States.
Great oare has been taken in our selections both an tn n.ii .-a .
oes, and,while we do not claim that our Goods are anfi, ti y and pri"
petitory we know that they are juslT as fresh and L eood and wm
guarantee every article Just as represented. Our stock w iSoWdto!
irwt Cash, andwo propose to sell as Cheap as any houslin tCitate and
Put the Knife to Prices
SuU line ST n6et Wh8at at 60 ent" p9r bushe1' We have in stock
Dry GOODS, Gent's Furnishing GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, &C.
Orders from a distance will be nrnmnt.ia sn. a , .
plication. Produce taken.
N. H. ALLEN & Co.,
ALBANY, OBBUON, MARCH 6, 1886. " St""' AlbM'.
"The Mogarumpo have a future,'
esclatOiiH Res, James Freeman Clarke.
Of course tbey have, hut it can hardly
be considered kind or fair to remind
them of a tact which it would ee a
comfort to tLero to forget entirely if
they could like the candid Atksnsan
who, beiog asked if be believed in a
hereafter, replied, "Yes, but domed if
I want to."
The President has issued s procla
mation excluding from settlement all
Isnds within the boundaries of the new
national park in Orogoa containing
Crater Lake. Congressman Herman
thinks be has gained much in securing
ibis action of the President. Hie plan
is now tv. be poshed with renewed en-
$5,000 worth ct clothing! at oost at Mob'
Unit k Seitenbaoh a.
Tell tosr aesea.
Tell vour neighbor who Is not already a
sulwcrlber to the Dswocsat that we will
furnlah him the IVtekty IKorW.thc best me
tropolitan paper In the country, and the
Democsat, the bet local paper in the val-
Icr, both for $3. Thl I a marvel ot chcap-
nea. Call at thU office for a specimen copy
of the World.
Partita makiBO finsl nroofs of claims either
through th Roseburg or Oregon City Land
(ffis cmi have the aame pnmnnwi mm.
Democrat by so notifying the tf4
either 01 moss piece, r i-f-
Will cooler m s.iui ij .
.1.- l. .. k-; eal tmtt.
mi t 1... 1. rutrt r hta Mrn.n
Bjn iiaaj viu a- BBsePBMi "
The Meat Agreeable
Aa well as the most effective method of j
disoftllina headaches, coltis ann severe, or
cleansing the aystem is bv taxing a row
doses of the
niAMMtnL t.aiHoruiM in um
fruit MnisdT Hvrun of naa. soe ana ss
bottles for sale by Kosher A Mason.bang-
don A Co.
oi Symplon. Sat Ike Btaeaae,
It would seem to be a truth appreciable
bv all. and especially by professors of the
healing art, that to remove the diseass.not
to alleviate its symptoms, should be tbs
chief aim of medication. Yet in bow many
J ,A 1 hia (ruth sdmlttSd In
I II n vt iiMfjsa au v. -
ih.nrv. itmorod in nractioe. The reason
that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is ai
--- in ha mtnv cases, with wn
remedies previously tried were inadequate
to cope, is attribuuble to the fapt that it is
Muina whtnh vwaohas and removes
th causes of the varlou maladiw to
,KtrtH u im afiftnfAii Indik7etin. fever
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Mll MM.MA I t ST AS AAlll ni.int aoiit. rheums
MIU (Htw, ...a. m'j.' O , m
HUnnUr nf thn hnwsls. urinarv SI'
ruH Ann umiI othsr maladies are not palli
ated marelv. but rooted out by it. It goes
to the fountain bead. It is really, not
nnmi naiiv. m radios! remedv. and it en
dows the system with an amount of vigor
which is ita best protection against disease.
Sr ran f Flit.
M.niif.ctnrsd onlv bv the California Fig
Qnn,nrv Ran Frsnoiseo. Cel.. is Natares
Own True Laxative. Thia pleasant liquid
fmtt remedv mav be had of oshay Mason
E W Langdon and Co., at bffcy cents or one
,K13ar ner bottle. It is the moat pleasant,
prombt and eflective remeay Known, w
cleanse the system ; te act on the Lij".
Kidneys and Bowels gently yet thoroughly1
to dispel Headaches, Colds and Fevers ; to
cure Constipation, Indigestion ana amarou
r-AQON WOOD AND HARDWARE.
Peters A Stewart have neck-yokes and
single-trees, Ironed or unironed, neck
yoke irons, single-tree irons, nib irons,
felloes, spokes, ax treea, etc, all for sale
WARDWARK OF ALL KINDS,
Axes, mattocks, brush hooks, pleke
ahnnaia Kn.,UH. forks, crrinstonss, wnsel-
Karmufs. wrintrors. rones, and almost
MVArvthlnor vou want, oan be had caesp
for cash s Peters A Stewart.
T I. CASE PLOW3.
This famous nlow is well known in Linn
County. The chilled and steel plows ar
well made from the very best material
and are warranted to do as good work ana
cour fully as well aa any other pi owa
Peters A St swart aretbe sole agents.
Now being received by
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listing conclodod to close oat his bnimess, now offers Me entire stock si
STOVES, RANGES, HEATING
AND COOK STOVES
together with his entire stock of
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE
0 reploniBh their btchons and dairies with ware.
Ta st ast asanas.
Statements of accounts of subscribers
with the Democrat have been placed in
the hands of agents through the county,
so taat subscribers desiring to see either
bow tbey stand, or to settle for the same,
can de se by calling on tbem. This is for
the convenience of both subscribers and
the Democrat, Those desiring ts pay a
ssr in advance and get the American
Farmer" ene of tee beat sgncnltoral pa
oars In tho U. a , can no so who our
aeenta. Call on the following gentlemen
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O PCosuow - Browiisvii e.
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R Hhelton -Scio,
P M Mitler Lebanon.
Sam May Ha rr La burg.
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STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT,
TEE 3EST 1DYERTMI6 MEDIUM
IB TEE WILLAMETTE YALLIT
Special business notices in Lcoal CcJ
uriitis J5 oeots per Jioe. Regular Leca
notices 10 cents per line.
mFSSt an'J truait adverUseaneata
Si 00 per square for the Art Mtfefetaad
insertion1'1' "qoar0 for KI ttbsedent
Kates for other advertisements made
Known on application.
-"v ni upon ap-
SOM, LANXIXG & CO., PUOPITS
WBW PROCESS FLOI R SUPHBIOR FOB FAKrUSB
AXD BAKEKS HUL
BEST STORAGF FACILIHES.
Highest :PriCe in Cash fo
Manufacturer fand Dealer In all kinds o
8 First Street Albany, Or
C. K, WOLVKRTOX, o, H, XJSVXKB.
W0LVERT0N & IRVINE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
aT"OTico up stairs in Froman's Brick
One hundred and forty aore, ola
miles above Lebanon. 40 acres inTnl
tivation. 10 acres slashed and sowa ta
grasa Comfortable dwelling, gees!
out houses. Cheap. Inquire at this
T. J. STITBS.
ATTORNEY AT JLA
DR. I. N. W0 IDLE,
Office at Sehmee" Stables. '
ARN DOOR HANGINGS,
Are alwavs breaking, unless you have
the kind sold by Peters A Stewart, of Al
bany. They are made of wrought iron
cannot jump the track and will last a iife
time. Don't hang another barn door un
til you have seen hem.
Notary Public aitf Insurance Agent,
0 F. BUILDING - - ALBANY, 01
Represents several of tke beat Firs la
su ranee Cempaniea on the Coast. Call t a
him for reliablefiineursnce.
rSi Vara and Augusta, Maine,