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STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY
STITES & NUTTING.
U IKHIFI KI IemT RsdUlliiRaa
TERMS Or BUDSCRIPTIOM
stnj-le o,pt. pee year. t " ' w f ?S
etngte oopy, U month. . 1
luirl oopy, three mooUw
R. S. STRAHAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Albany , Oregon.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Court- Of thia BUte. Will give
Special attention to collections end probate
Office In Poster' new brick. 49tf
lTh. MONT A.NYE.
TT01tNEY AT LAW.
Office upstairs, over Jobn BrlagV "tore
tet street. v!4n23tf
J K. WEATHERFORD,
iTTORNEY AT LAW
IITI l.t. PRACriCK IN Alili Tils lutma Ur TB
W Sut. 8pclal attention fWen to collection! ami
Bee In Odd rl lew's Tempi.
i. O. POWKLU W. K. IITUT
POWEIiTi & B1XYEU,
vTTORNEYS AT LAW,
And Solicitors in Chaiicery
II. RAW. - - OREOOM.
Collection promptly made on all points.
Loans negotiated on rewomnio tonus.
asTOffloe in Foster's Brick..
J. J. WHITNEY.
Attorney And Counsellor At Lav
Will Dractlce in all of the Courts of
chisState. All business Intrusted to hi m
will be promptly attended to.
E. W. LANCDON & CO.,
dooks. Stationery and Toilet Articles, A
Largi- Stock and Low Prioes,
OITT 3DHXTC3- BTORB,
2yl tLBlvr. OEKt.OV
FOSHAY & MASON,
LI AS D aBTAM.-
Druggists and Booksellers,
Agents for John B. Aldcn's publications,
which we sell at publisher's prices with
Stationary, Met Articles, Etc.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED,
t hare the best stock of nmittire In the
city aod will sell
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap,
The only stock of
ita the citv and the lowest price In the
Valley. Come and see.
A complete stock and can give SATIS
FACTION. Try me,
A. B. WOOPIN,
Corse, rint aad Ellsworth Albany, Orrgi.n.
Mueller & Garrett, Prop'rs
This new Hot' in fitted up in flrwt clam etyl. Tables
supplied with the best the market affonls. Bering
Bed in .very Room. A good Sample Boom for Com
fVEree Ceark la and from the UmUl.tt
The First Term will commence on
Tuesday, Sept., 15th, 1885.
for particular concerning the courae of etady and
be pnee of tuition, apply to
REV. J. . HHKOI1, Preaideat.
Alo any Bath Mouse.
rail UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
faliy inform the oitiiem of Albany and ri
akiity that I havetaken charge of thi KetsblUb
Bat,aol, by keeping clean rooms and payio
itriet attention to baiissM, ezpectt to suit si
those who may favor US with their patronage
flaring heretofore carried on nothing bat
First-Class Hair Urssslnsr Saloons
exoeeti to sire entire tatisf . lion to a)
Ladlei' Hair neatly en
DR. J.L. HILL.
Physician and Surgeon,
Office cor. First and Ferry Streets,
A3 XHY - - OREGON
0. O OHBBRT. C.B.PrRKS S
CHERRY & PARKES,
(Successors to C. C. Cherry.)
Machinists, Millwrights, and Iror
WE HAVE OUR NEW SHOPS ALL
completed, and are now prepared to
handle all kiDds of heavy work. We wfil
manufacture Steam Engines. Grist and
Saw Mill Machinery, and all kinds of Iron
and Brass Canting.
PATTERNS M4DK ON HIOKT KOTK E.
Special attention given to repairing all
kinds of machinery. Will also manufso
turs the improved Cherry At White Grain
A capable man or woman of immense
energy to take the agency of this or some
other county for the "History of Califor
nia." To tho right party it will pav from
i'lOO to $300 ier month. Address F. Per-
on, Manager Occidental Publishing Co,.
" 0 Sutter St., San Francisco
Osrtt Rhtumatttrs, Neerslela,
rill rdlll rwrxteftoK
Wi Mill AT DNl'tlCIKTS AND SSL
THi vmasiks a. vokVLRK sa.S4tTtswas.aa
.4 ftaoftrf ri
Free from Opi'iht, JEmetk
AT I'n m r Il.ii -..
THK CU ISLES A. VOkaUS CO.. DALTUORI, 8D.
And every spectra of Itching and
Burning Oiacwac urcd by
ECZKMA, or Salt Kheiim. with atfonixinr iuhiiu'
ana burning- , inatanuy r vU by a warm hath with
Culkura Soap and a tntl application of Cutteura,
the great akin Our. Th.. refat-.t daily with two
or three doaee of CulUura Beaolaent. the new b!.t
purifier, to keep the blood cool, the peraplratl.n pure
and ut.lr: luttlnl, th bowel ope, th Uer and kid
ney aatlve, will peedlly aura Baeein. Tettert Ring,
worm. CturiaaU, l.i.hen. Pruritus. Soahl hni. dn-
lruS and cvty wclee of itching-, ami pimply
humor of th acalp aud s.l.i, wheu th best ph vt
cum an all known rnidt fait.
Will McDonal.1. i. ii l'arlm .trtxit. chl.-u.i mt
fully acknawledir a cure of Ecna, or fcal, nt k,
face, arms and isga for aeventeea years; not able to
walk except an hand and kee far an yar not abl
to hblp hlawelf fr laht yaar j tried huiitrd. ot ram
edie. doctor ironounol hlc cae hopatoa ; penaa-
rintlv rnrmA n. i ttt i.-nr Uiii .... . t .i - - - - .
and Rutkntr and Cuticora Soap (th great akin cure )
rbarlc Houvhten. Men.. I.wver SS Utmim Sli.il
U-l..ii. rn- it. i lw ul teniiii imJer hi .m
lion for un yara, which rorerad th pali.fi t'. hotly
ami limb, and U which ail known -)thod ol LraaL-
merit luul bevn applied without ttrnent. which
-"Uiplelcly cured eolrly by the Cutlcura
icatln o clean nnU Healthy akin.
Mr. John Thiel. Wilkeabarre. Perm, write : I bar
u?ered from Holt Rheum for right year, at timet a
bad that I caulu not at lend to mv hu.uiee lr
at a time. Three bote el CutlcuraSand hror aottkaa
K-.lvnt hav entirely cured roe of thi dreadful dia-
Itn.ician Pr.-a.-ril Them I hav. eothiinr but th
hij-'hr .t pfaiwfurthe retului obtain d frnn vur('uti
cur lteme.lica. of wh'ch i hav autd mora than of all
otkire A th kind.
MoVRo PoNI, M. O.
SMO N Brad St. Philadelphia 1'enu.
Ara add by all dru.nriU. Price: "t ncia. 60V?. :
RMotvBsrr. ft ; Soar. Jtfc. Porrra DSM ax fnaa-
k l Oo Boston. Uaaa. Send for "How to Cure
DC AIITI th .mpiexi.,n and tkin
the CtTTK-t SA SOAf,
Rheumatic Neuralgic. Sciatic. Sudden,
Sharp and Nervous pain absolutely annlhL
laud by the (.'aticunt Anil-Pain fleeter.
perfect antidote to pain aixl Inrlanimatloa.
New, Original, Infsilible. At Druggiate. tte
MISS EMMA SCHUBERT
urnisnt Ktvtrit Duust.
AND POULTRY MARKET.
MILTOH HYDE, Proprietor.
Fresh fish always on hand. Cash paid
for chickens and game.
First Street, next door to Jos, Webber's,
L 1 i r Tmir-aTraTl ar-aTWTar-aTIMifl
l.aBiSVSll BUeaBBBBBBBBBBBBT'lBBBaBVI M
I NOTICE is hereby given that the nn-
(Jersifc'ned has this dav oeen amy sppui liv
ed Administrator of the estate of 9. T.
Janes, deceased, by the County Court of
Linn county, State ot Oregon. All per
sons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified and required to present
tbem to the Administrator at his residence
near Miller's Station, Linn county, Ore
gon, within six months from tho date
hereof, properly verified as by law re
This 5th day or March, isso.
J. A. Jokes,
Administrator of estate of S.T. Jones.dec'd,
Did you Sup-
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
THADt y7 MARK.
I re in our rgular corrpoitutit. I
Waswnotok, March. 5th, 1886.
Tho Administration has shown the
courage of Its convictions during the
week, by launching three aggressive
documents upon the Senate. The
first was the President's messnge on
the right of the Senate to share the
information on which he made official
changes. The second also was a
message from the President condemn
ing in very positive terms the outra
ges committed on the Chinese in tho
far West, and urging Congress to re
imburse the victims for their pecun
iary losses, The third document waa
a decided letter from the Secretary
of the Treasury on the silver policy
of the Administration la which he
showr no disposition to compromise
with the silver men. He describes
the efforts he has made to force the
standard dollar into circulation, that
Congress may see that ha has tried
to carry out Its purposes In good faith.
The statement he makes In regard to
this slseald at least atop the talk in
dulged in by some that the dollars
do not circulate because the Treasury
officials secretly use tho machinery of
the Department against tho coin.
While Senator Beck may not agree
with the Administration on the silver
question, he is with It in the contro
versy with the Senate. Ssid he, In
regard to the coveted appointment
papers, "no one has any right to them
but the persons who wrote them. Mr.
Cleveland can return them to their
wrltere to-morrow, If he desires to do
so, and no one could prevent him.
The Senate could not make the peo
ple to whom he returned the papers,
tell what was in them.
Since the President eent his rue,
ssge to tho Senste in regard to Its
demand for papers, there has been no
doubt as to what bo Is going to do.
fie holds that tbo question of removal
Is one for him alone, aod he will not
send tho papers. It Is not that the
Senators are misunderstood sod mis
represented that the complain. On
the contrary, It is because they are
thoroughly understood and as thor
oughly exposed. But eay they, acta
of suipooilor. ought to bo public and
tho reasons for tbem explained. While
this is true, tho custom and tho law
of the Government do not require It.
The law should requlro it,but it does
aot, and the Senate d ee not wish it.
The Senate avoids publicity and fears
It. The Senate has refuaed publici
ty. It does not wsnt tbo country to
know sll tho fact and ressons in
theee cases. It wants to have a por
tion of them given in secret, to be
manipulated in secret, to bo made the
basis of political maououvers, which
cinnot be fairly met because they are
plotted snd perfected in secret.
The subject is the chief topic of
conversation at both ends of the Cap
itol, and it is noticeable that the Pres
ident's frank aud strong statement of
his determination not to bo misrep
resented or forced to surrender his
rights or responsibilities hsslncreiscd
udmiraii n for him.
Thero lis been a good f.el f com
ment upon tho loss of temper over
the President's communication, ex
hibited by the usually placid, unde
monstrative Senator from Vermont,
Mr, Edtuund. Tho Senate was In
secret session whon the President's
private Secretary arrived with the
massage. Business was suspended
when it was learned what bo had
brought with him.and the document
was laid before the body, Senator
Harris proposing that it be read with
closed doors. Senator Kenna, of W.
Va., and Van Wyck, ot Nebraska,
sharply demanded that the doors bo
opened. After a brief debate the
doors were thrown open, th corres
pondents filled their gallery, and tho
news spreading rapidly, people from
other parts of the Capitol hastily
made their way to the Senate. Ex
traordinary stillness prevailed on the
floor, and the scene .was unusual for
the reason that every Senator on
both sides of the C lumber listened
Chieftain Edmunds sat with his
eyes closed, his chin on his breast.
His hands were folded across his
knees and twitched nervously during
the reading of tho message. At the
close Senator Harris sprang to his
feet with a motion that the document
lie upon the table and be printed.
Mr. Edmunds arose to dispute this
motion in a voice that betrayed his
ir tense excitement, while his figure
trembled and his face and bald head
were scarlet with anger. "I do not
propose that it shall be laid upon the
table if I can help it," shouted he,
and demanded the yeas and nays.
He then proceeded to make a little
speech which he delivered with un
usual emphasis.comparlng Mr. Cleve
land to Charles the First, the most
arbitrary of the Stuart kings.
It is impossible to foreshadow the
outcome of the pending issue, which
ALBANY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 86,
has stirred up party feeling among
Senators more than anything that
has happened this winter. They
were not prepared to discuss this com
munication In an off-hand atyle, how
ever. The message will first be con
sidered by the Judiciary Committee
in a special meeting. After that the
Senatorial fight will begin, and it is
likely to be long and exciting
Twenty-five ssnatoital places will be
vaoated on the 4th of March, 1887.
The Senator are Miller of California,
1 1 aw ley of Connecticut, Harrison of In
diana, Hale of Maine,l)wa of Maaa
chusetts, Canger of Miohijrsn, McMillan
ef Minnesota, Van Wyck of Nebraska,
tJswell ot New Jersey, Miller of New
Vork, Sherman ef Obio, Mitebell of
Pennsylvania, eJdriok of Khode Island,
Kdmumlt of Vermont, Mebone of Vir
ginia, and Sawyer of Wiaeonsin.Ilepub
licana ; Gray ef Deleware, Jonea of
Florida, Gorman of Maryland, George
of MiNteipi,Cookrell of Missouri,Pair
of Nevada, J ackaon of Tennessee, Maxey
of Texai, and Camden of West Virgin
ia,Dameorate. Of tbeae Sbernian.Gjr
man and (iaorg are reelected one
Republican andteo Democrats. Mr.
Daniels ia elected to aucceesl Mr Ma
hene, a Democratic gain. The Demo
crats believe they will gain also in In
diana. They think that California,
Michigan, Wisconsin and New Jersey
are good fields for success. New York
is open for a tight. At any rate, the
prospect ioeka fair for demeliihiog the
Republican majority in the Senate.
The Blair Education bill has passed
the Senate by a vote of 36 to 1 1. It
diatributea among the etatae and terri
tories during a period of eight years in
proportion to the illiteracy of each, the
following sums : First year,$7,0 00,000;
second year, $10,000,000 ; third year,
$15,000,000 ; fourth year, 1 3,000,000;
fifth year, $12,000,000 ; sixth year,$9,
600,000; seventh year, $7,000,000;
eighth rear, $,000,000 making $77,
000. Section 13 of the bill, which ap
propriated $2,000,000 to be distributed
ameng the statu to be used in building
school boueee, waa atrickan out by the
Senate. Taie is the ooe that contained
the objection urged br those Senators
wko yet believe that the atetes have
rights that even Congress is bound to
tespeet. The firat year Oregon would
get 8,500. The bill has yet to paae
the House, but ita greatest danger is
the Presidential veto.
All the vast western territory of the
United Slates north of the thirty -sixth
parallel of Uvttude, embracing an aree
larger than the whole of Kurope, waa
acquired by successive Democratic Ad
ministrations, begiooinj with JefTereen
aod ending with Polk. With the ex
caption of Alanks, t)ia :rsUo policy has
given to the American eopl their vaa.
public domain. The Reonblican party
gave it nearly ail awsv to railroada and
corporations. Thi Democratic party
now propose to restore it. It baa en
tered upon ita second era af conquest
and irnoa unci mora to provide
homes for thi people.
Mr. Henderson, of Iiw, who holds
down a chair in Congress, liecanse the
chair can't help iisslf, cam- up out of
the basement last week, and clubbing
biajaw took the same in both bands
and laid about him perfectly regardless.
Just before be roaobs I the further end
of his wind he declare I that he would
"rather spend an eternity in hell with
an ex-Canfedarate, than an eternity in
heaven with a Northern Copperheed."
We would rather he would, too. It is
rather rough on hell, but we owe it a
It begins to look as if Michigan had
made up her mind, this time,for sure, to
quit the Republican line and join the
Democratic procession. Division and
disaster aeom to beset the Michigsn Re
publicans. Even gieat moral ideas
only add to tbe intensity of their dis
sensions. In view ot a threatened epidemic ef
coughs like tl at of a year ago in Phil
adelphia, the Health Commissioner of
Maryland officially recommended? Red
Star Cough Cure for throat troubles, aa
being free from opiates, safe and sure,
and having none of the harmful feat
urea of other cough mixtures. Only
Pity the sorrows ot a poor old Sena
tor They are making it hot for him
up in Vermont and he is like tbe fellow
on a stormy sea who had to do seme
thing reiigious, if it waa only to take
up a collection. Mr. Edmunds is oblig
ed to do semething Republican, if it is
only to quarrel with a Democratic Pres
The Washington correspondence of
the Boston Post intimidates that tbe
oilver problem wili be solved by a oom
promfae, and that Speaker Carlisle will
be tbe medium for adjusting the differ
ences between the President and tbe
Miserable, mistaken Minnesota ! She
clamors for annual sessions o': her Legislature.
Albert Viotor ISlward, eldest son of
tbs Prince of Wales, is described ss a
aby, pale, boyiab-leoking fellow, who
doesn't look his twenty-two years. He
is devotedly attaohed to his mother,
whom he resembles in character and
The great Russian painter Varachs
guine hsppened to bo in London dur
ing the recent riots, and is going to
paint a large picture of the Trafalgar
equare mob. He saya that he "never
aaa ao many human beings who looked
so famiabod, degraded, ill-olad and
hideouaty miserable. Ltnguage is im
lnt Miit to express tbe effect produced
upon me by the sight of a multitnde so
brutalized by misery."
Some aurprtae has bsen expressed
'bat the late Mr. John B. Gougb
should have left an eatate of only $75,
000 after so many years ef successful
lecturing. A friend of the great tem
peraoee advocate explains matters by a
reference to Mr. Cough's travelling
expenses, his habit of lecturing for tbe
benefit of charities, and bis singular
generosity of disposition. "Men of his
temperament,0 be says, "do not board
money. The rare good health which
Mr. Gedgh enjoyed," he adds, "and
the ensiable easiness of bis destb, are
perhaps the moat cogent arguments be
ever addueed in favor of temperance."
Tbe teacher's institute to bo held in
this city March 31st, April 1st and 2nd,
should he attended by all tbe teachers
in tbe county. Preparations are be
ing made for an unusually interesting
and profitable meeting. Tbe usual re
duction, we are informed, will be made
by railroada and by tbe botela in this
city. Some of the beat educational
lecturers of tbe State will be in at ten
dance, smoni whom will be Profs. T.
F. Campbell of Stale Agricultural Cot-
'ege at Corvallts, Thomas VaoSeoy of
Willamette University and E. B. Mc-
Elroy State Superintendent of Pa blic
TOE OCTOSt' BSOeBMCUKST.
Dr. W. D. Wright, Cincinnati, O.,
sends the subjoin" I profession l endoraO-
ment : "I have prescribe! Dr. Wffl.
Hall'a Balsam for tbe Lungs in a great
number of case, and always with suc
cess. One case in particular waa given
up by several physicians who had been
called in for consultation with myself.
Tbe patient bad all th symptoms of
confirmed consumption vld night
swests, hectic fever, herraninjj onha,
etc He commenced itnme litetelv to
get better, was soon restored to his
usual health. I also found D". Wm.
Hall's Balaam for the Looga tbe moat
valuable expectorant for breaking up
distress ion ought and co Ida."
Senator Evarta, when a boy, livsd to
Fiockney street, Boiton. Ilia father,
Jeremiah Everts, died when William
waa quite young. A gentleman of thia
citv who was born in Mtrtl street
went to school with young Evarle, and
says ef him that he was a link, ungain
ly lad, who usually got the worst of it
in the rough and tumble cames f the
sw , ear
It ia said that General Terry deairea
to be the Republican candidate for the
Presidency, and for that reason Blaine
and Locan'a frisnds will oppose his
confirmation to Hancock' place
Would not &r. Edmunds like to eeod
an inquiry to tbe Preaident for hia rea
sens for appointing Terry ?
It ie said that Senator Sb ertnan never
sends off a letter without first asking
himself what its effect would he if made
public. And thia is tbe result cf hav-
ing a Presidential bee in one's bonnrt.
Mr. Blaine nas fioiahed his book, and
is busy overhauling his old letters. I
hs finds a bundle endorsed Mulligan"
he will know where to send it.
rank Leslies Saaday Magazine
For April is an exceedingly interesting
number, containing articles to please tastes.
It is especially rich in engravings from
paintingM and drawings, and the art lover
will also find congenial matter in the sketch
of Leonardo Da Vinci, with its two accom
panying portraits. "The Protestant Sister
hoods of New York," will attract much at
tention, as it refers especially to the 8isters
of gt Mary, whose Convent of St. Gabriel
at Peekskill has been much talked about
recently. "Church-going in Virginia in
1765," by John S. Fatton, is it local article
of great antiquarian interest. There are
Portraits of Bishop Hannington, who Is
supposed to have been martyred in Africa,
Archbishop Gibboqs of Baltimore, the sec
ond American Cardinal, and the late Vice
President Hendricks whom Dr. Talmage
eulogizes as a "Christian Politician." There
are many other articles of present and fu
ture interest and the number is full of beau
tiful pictures which please all, young and
The Nest Agreeable
As well as the most effective method of
dispelling headaches, oolds and fevers, or
cleansing the system is by takiag a few
doses of the pleasant California liquid
fruit remedy Syrup of Figs. 50o and $1
bottles for sale.by Foshay & Mason,Lang
don fc Co.
Or eat eare has been taken in our selections both as tn nnsHtw w
ces . and,while we do not claim that our Ooods W 6 ou?c?m
Sf,fcr and Is good, and we wffl
8wn "rT 4. 1 ,f 1 OBO"1uwu- uur stock was purchased for
pou uasn, ana wo propose to sen as Unean a. nnvr
WW a a
Put the Knife to Prices
Ffull li5e ofUt ne6t Wheat fc 80 ent8 P8r bu8hel We have in 8fc0
Dry GOODS, Gent's Furnishing GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, &C.
pUoattonP?" !?3U taakeen.Wm be VnmWmM and samples se.t uponap-
N. H. ALLEN & Co.,
ALBANY, ORBliON, MARCH 6, 1886,
'If I should ftf you to concoct s
rallk-puDcb for me coold yea do it i"
he blandly inquired of a Michigan
avenue saloon is t.
"Aod if I should consume the ssid
punch and had na money to pay 'or
t how would you treat me V
"Give yon the bounce."
Not by n long shot !"
"Do your best to injure me.eh f
"Woulun't care how much you de
graded mo in the estinoUn of the
Very we'd, air. I alwaya like to
have a previous understanding in re
gard to such mailers. ou can Keep
your milk-punch end I will keep my
dignity.' Texas Figaro.
5. 000 worth ot Nothing at coat at Moo"!
Utth k Settenbach a
It would mm to ba . truth .pprael.bl.
bv .11. Mid WDKl.Hr by prnror. or lb.
healing art, that to remove toe oasSBBs.noi
.k aa. a
.Uot'lal Ha evrnntouis. SBOUld DO me
rhlflf aim of medication. Yet In bow many
v sa m sawm ' r a
tiifctanoea do w ss this truin aatniue. m
theorv. ignored la practice. The reason
that tioatettar's Bsomeeh Bitters is auc
ceeeful in so many oases, with wntcn
remedies previously trietl were losuexiu..
to cope, la attributable to the fact that it la
a medicine which reaches and removes
the causes of the various maladies to
which it is adapted, muigesuan,
and ague, liver complaint, gout, rheuma
tism, disorder or the bowels, urinary ar
taetlon and other maladies are not palli
ated merely, but rooted out by it. It goes
to the fountain head, it ta reaityt
nominally, a radical remedy, and it en
dows the svatem with an amount of vigor
which Is Its beet protection against disease.
Tell I ear Neieaber.
Tell your neighbor who is not already a
subscriber to the Democrat that we will
furnish him the Weekly Iforr.the best me
tropolitan paper in the country, and the
Democrat, the best local paper in the val
ley, both for $3. Thi is a marvel of cheap
ness. Call at this office for a specimen copy
of the World.
Parties making final proofs of claims either
through the Roseburg or Oregon City Land
Offices, can have the same publiihed in the
Dkmoi'rat bv ao notifying the Register at
either of those places, Friends of this paper
will confer a favor by considering this when
they make oat their hnai claims.
Brran or rigs.
Manufactured only by the California lig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal.. is Natures
Own True Laxative. This pleasant liquid
fmit remedy mav be had of I oahay ft Mason,
g W Langdon and Co., at fifty oenta or one
dollar nr bottle. It ia the most pleasant,
nnhi nrl ntTftrttive remodv known, to
ptvui". V T
olatncA .h avstem : to aot on the lAver,
Virlnave and Bowels gently yet thoroughly1
to dispel Headaches. Colds and Fevers ; to
... Pnntination. Indigestion and ainurea
7taa a ww wr- -- w n
AGON WOOD AND HARDWARE
Peters & Stewart have neck-yokes and
single-trees, ironed or unironeo, necs
voke irons, slngle.tree irons, nib irons,
faiiruM. anokas. ax trees, eto.. all for sale
I WARD WARE OF ALL KINDS.
Atm matlonka. brush honks, picks
dirtvaiti.ttnadflK. forks. erimCstones, wheel
wrinrar. rooes. and almost
avorvthlne you want, can be had oaeap
for cash a Peters & Stewart.
T I. CASE PLOvS.
Thia famous nlow is well known in Linn
County. The chilled and steel ptows era
well made from the very best material
and are warranted to do as good work and
cour fully as well aa any oinerpiows
Peters & Stewart aretbe sole agents.
Now being received by
hartag concluflod to close out his boiineos, now offers Ms entire stook m
STOVES, RANGES, HEATING
together with his entire stock of
TIM, COPPER AMD SHEET IRON WARE
As this is a ginuine clojing oat, now is the time for hoasewife
o replenish their kitcnens ani dairies with ware.
ALBANY, FI2B- t'i i -
to si am-stiDE.
Statements of accounts of subscribers
with the DsMocaaT have been placed in
the bands of agents through the ooanty,
so that subscribers deairiog to see either
how they stand, or to settle for the same,
can de ae by calling on them. TbLt ia for
tbe convenience of both subscribers and
the Democrat, Those desiring to pay a
year in advance and get (be "American
Farmer" ene of the best agricultural pa
pers In tbe U. 8 , can do so with our
asents. Call on tbe following gentlemen
at tbe places named :
O PCoabow Brownsville.
R Mi-h on , Scio.
V hi Miller Lebanon.
Ssm May Harrisburg.
F. A. Watte Shedd
7. a; fatal rapidity with uhkli -'.i!
Cold and Cougha titiiia-uily ik'Vtt
Into 1 ho gravest umludus of the 1
und luuvps i a ooit-idtTuiiun which . m i
ImiK'l everv 1 rodeo! peraoo to l;e i t
I. and, aa a hoiixcimid ivun dv. n bolho ,
A Y KIPS CIIRBRY PI iTOitAL.
NetMsg dee give raRrhimmrdiererelk
mid works mo sore a cure in nil i.lle ii u
t.t WiU etas. That oniim-nt phv.-u-h .
Prof. F. Swvelxcr, of the Altiiue M da..-tH-I.ott!
itruuswit-A, JIc, ay :
"Ift.litail eatenee l . .- .1 ae ethtr 1 -.
.1 v m- i X-ctvr.tiu ;(xl nit Arm's Oil-ill: .
iCTOU& ll hi ntvt.taWo fr dteiii frf t'
The same opinUm i esfavaaetl by fcc
v.fil-'.ituwn Dr. L.J. Addhsai, of Chicago,
III., wIij says:
I luvo n. vr ftaUV In tV:r!y.f.v yiv.r f
nowiliiuAHa flMr' ai4 MCCC t-t i;:-"tli. lilt , : .nv
Wr ' iiMtii.it t f m trt : i :iliu ;i , A VUl. H Ct.SUlit
i'K( Tia.i. iVr SrrHttafsa t' ithswetgi f il.tr
UertwlaiWl imii-K. li ii 1 tody i-rvukt- up ;.'
inttl i-iiriM pi-vtrc rnevlts ina In nstirv tfViiivi
lltnn ntrvtMas y srUwing cvni ih Swat
.'rlnii hroiit ldH- mi&iuimMMuy Qi-&Uru
I. not S UcW '.. :i'::ul for j ftj 1: ..
dtttc but a i'"ticluc vvlut'i - -J
Hi - iiu tin; ll4 if the ll.iid i ) ,r: :. i
who nat' eotuc iu; bt itr, r-looe i. y .i
B!t wllVn i to 1 In1 1 ubbV.
Tlii-n' I- not a ImusrOokl r:i wUU!i i!
(uvahtahiv rwnetly lets sanv h - n i. -
llVvitlv'td Where Ps lire l.;ts t.- I), v I
ah uid in d, Rttd Uiciv U i:! ; ; v 1
who lia.s ever given ii a 1 r 1. '
for anv llu-ont of hutg tttiw ri ivi
liii i( t uiT, who lui net l u 1 d
WcJ h. If,
.WS'irS ClIKUUY PIXTi P. ' !. ! .
i:i piinincrk'ss lisnraw. nott) i- ija,
i . esof ciiroiii' Ltrooclilil ;, t...rss,v jiti',
ri; I yen acute lueoul, sstai 1 1
savtil ntaay raiieu s a tlw i;:rir f t t
tr l ulnionary Conatimp(lot !' i - a
iik divine thtit otilv mjuht's to 1 luua lu
sm.iil 1 ,i. U ileawuw 10 ho t.; m wl w
11 d d i'i i yv. ' lu c w!mij tlit it- !iv
thi .1 : t'l;" h v )'' :! ; 1 c i tl as
A V IPHI HMPUY PI TOt: ; i. i-iial-pj
n 01 (Toupantl WUoupirv. Coxtgli,
1iffPVc all rhifn fJcl'. wMt !i 1 11 !)
veriii 'tt- li :mi If d . rnd abouid bo re
i.u't: :h I'e.l hv ev r- hod' 1 .
Tver's Cncr-' Peetcra?
STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIOI
IN TEE WILLAMETTE VALLEY.
Special business notices in Loos CcJ
umno 1 cents per line. Regular Loca
noticos jo cents ir line.
For legal and transient advextlMaBeate
. () per square lor the firai asecKn,and
f cents per square for eaos) sueeqosat
Rates for other advertisements mace
known on application.
57 First Street, Albany,
IS0M. LANNIXCJ & fjo., PEOPR.
SW PROCERS FLO UK SCI EIUOR FOR r AMlLfKS
AXD BAKERS CSK.
Highest ;Price in Cash fo
Manufacturer fan J Dealer In all klnda
8 First Street AlbanyOr
C. K, WOLVKRTON, O, H, UtVTJtO.
W0LVERT0N & IRVINE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
S9PHc up stair in Froman'a Brick
Oue hundreil and forty aeres, iiin
inilea above Lebanon. 40 aeres in out
tivation. 10 acres slashed and sown to
grass. Comfortable dwell lag, gone!
outhousea. Cheap. Inquire at tbts
T. J. STITES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
DR. I. N. W0 IDLE,
Office at Sehmee Stables.
ARN DOOR HANGINGS,
Ara alwavs hreakincr. unless tou have
tbe kind sold by Peters fe Stewart, of Al
bany. They are made of wrought irn
cannot jump the track and will !at a life
time. Don't hang another barn door un
til you havef8een hem.
N. J. HENT0N,
Notary Public xsfi Insurance Agent,
0- F. BUILDING - - ALBANY, OK
Represents several of Ike best Firs Ia
surance Companies on the Coast. Call t n
him for reliab leinsu ranee.