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R. S. 3TRAHAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL PRACTICE IK ALL THE
Courts of thia State. Will glvs
epeotal attention to oolleeUona and probate
Office In Poster's new brlok. 49tf
L. H. MONT ANTE.
Office upataira, over John BriggV "tore,
let street. wnan
J. S. WEATHERFORD,
iTTORNEY AT LAW,
?LL PRACTICt IN ALL Til K. COURTS OP TUB
ScaU Siiil t tention rlvvn to collections and
In Odd Fellsw'e Tessas. U4:S
f. 0. POWRLL. W. R. RILTNU
POWEliL ft BIIiYEU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
And Solicitors in Chancery. m
lI.flAIWY. ... OREGON.
Collection promptly made on all point.
Loans negotiated on reasonable terms.
jsTOfflce in Foster's Rriok.-fam
J. J. WHITNEY,
Mtorney And Counsellor At Lav
Will practice in all of the Court of
hirsute All bualnee intrusted to him
rill be promptly attended to.
E. W. LANCDOM & CO.,
tiook. Stationery and Toilet Articles, A
Largr Stock and Low Prices.
OITT DBTJO STOKE,
fyl ALB INT, OKKfeO.
FOSHAY A MA80N,
-naaui un wttail
Druggists and Booksellers,
Agents for John B. Alden's publications,
which we sell at publisher's prices with
Stationary, Toilet Articles, Etc.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED,
( have the be'- stock of omiture in the
city and will sell
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap,
The only stock of
n the city and the lowest price in the
Valley. Come and see.
a complete stock and can give .SATIS
FACTION. Try me,
A. B. WOODIN,
rsstjs strsl aad Ellsworth Albany, Orrgos.
Mueller & Garrett, Prop're
tills new Hfta' is fitted op in first class style. Tables
.applied with the best the market affords. Spring
Ilea in every Room. A food Bssanls Room for Com-
trvr gwsaaOj aarf free the Hotrl.TO
'he First Term will commence on
Tuesday, Sept., 15th, 1SS5.
tor particulars concerning the courses of study aad
he price of tuition, apply to
KEY. J- . WYCKOrr, Preaideat.
Aloany Bath House.
11 t JNDKKS1GNBD WOULD RESPECT
falif i-iform the citizens of Albany and ri
irVity that I havetakeo charge of this Establish
aint, ad, by keeping clean rooms and psyin
Urlet tttentioo to baiisss", expects to salt si
tios who may favor ns with their patronage
q trine Heretofore carried on nothing bat
Firat-Olass Hair Dressing Saloons
expects to Ire sntirs satisfaction to.)
sy-ChMdien and LsHles' Hair neatly e
hs-neoosd JOS WRRRRR.
Physician and Surgeon,
Office nor. First end Ferry Streets,
A3XHY - - OREGON,
i). C OWHRHY. U.U.rHKK s
CHERRY & PARKKS,
(Bucoeora to 0. C. Cherry.)
Machinists, Millwrights, and Iroi
WE HAVE OUR NEW SHOPS ALL
completed, and are now prepared to
handle all kinds of heavy work. We wfll
manufacture Steam Engines, Grist and
Saw Mill Machinery, and all kinds nt Iron
arm Brass Castings.
r ATTUNE ItSI ON SHORT NOTICE.
Special attention given to repairing all
kinds of machinery. Will also manufac
ture the improved ('berry A White Grata
A capable man or woman of immenae
energy to take the agency of this or some
othr county for the "History of Califor
nia" To tbe right party it will pav from
$100 (o $800 per month. Address F, Per
son, Manager Accidental Publishing Co,,
120 Sutter St., San Francisco,
Caret Rheumsttsm. Nesrslais,
AT lOUQtfiSTS AM SBaLs.
TB CM IS II
A. TOSBI.SK rs)..StTtSWKK.Srt.
Free Opitttra, XWfes
AT Pat-dsnr n Dutiu
tub cbuauM a. TovBua ro..BALTtxoas,m.
And every npeelen ol Itching and
Horning Olaenae Cured by
ECZEMA, or Salt Kftemn. with ajronlsW llshliur
and buniinir , lii.Uiitly rrSTve.1 lv a warm uli wilh
1'utlcura Soap and a .ingle application of CuUcura,
the great akin Cure. This repeated daily with two
or three dose of Cut! euro KeaoUent, the new bleed
punner. to keep the blood cool, the peropirotien pure
and utiiniaUnS, the bowels opeo, the liver and kid
neys active, will speedily curs Ecsenia, Tetter? Ring
worm, IWlaaia. Uvhen. Pruritus. Sual.t head, dan-
truS and everv species of Itching , araly and pimp!,
humors of the scalp and skla, when the beet phytf-
ana ui Known remedies iaii.
Will HrlVin.1.1 e&AI Deaxhora at mat rhLuAml.
fully acknewledfrve a cure of Ecsema, or head, neck,
ft. 1 1 ami .nil Imm ftr Mw.htM. .U. fta.
walk cxeept en hand. aiHt ka-. fr one year ; not able
to help hlAseHfor eight year . tried hundreds of rem
edies; docUrsnronounoed hie case hope tees ; perma-
edtes; docterspronounoed hlc case h.
nently enred by CuUcura Reeotvent
and Hutlcura and CuUcura kVp(ihe
ibie. ! i.uriar)
ffreat skin cures)
Cherk- Uoughten, Esti., lawyer. U State Street.
Boaton. reiwiu a case of Ei SSI I under his ubserra
tton er Un years, which covered the patient', body
and limbs, and u which ail knowu -nethoda 4 treat
uirnl had been aiKdied without benefit, which wvi
cnipletely cured solely by the
leaving o cleau und healthy skin
Mr. John Thiei. WUkeebaire. Penn. writes : I havs
suTcred from Salt Kbcuni fur elsbl years, at times so
d that 1 ceuld not attend to my business for weeks
at a time. Three boses of t uticuraSand four aottlae
Resolvent have entirely cured me of this dreadful dkv
Pbyilcians PrcscriUThem. I hav eoUilnir but the
hiiehewt praise for the results obtained from year CuU
cura Keuiediea, of wh'.ch 1 have sold more than of ail
others ol ths kind.
MONRO BOXD, M. D.
ZUH X Breed St. Philadelphia Penn.
Are dd by all druAi.it.
Files : finer a a. 50c -,
Porrsa Iraro abs Ciibm-
KBfU.U K.TT, fl i SoAr. S&c.
tcAb Co., Bostoo,
Skin Disease.. '
for "How to Cor
Tinr the complexion and akin by
Ute v vTtCt'BA SOAf.
Rheumatic Neuralgic, Sciatic. Sudden.
Sharp and Nervous pains abeolntelv snnlhl.
Seed by the Cutieuro Anti-Pain Piaster, a
perfect antidote to pain and Inflisit t
Mew, OrhriuaJ, Infallible. At Urugslsu,
MI88 EMMA SCHUBERT
UCFUSMt KtVtKt HUUSt.
AND POULTRY MARKET.
MILTOS HYDE, Proprietor.
Fresh fish alwaya on hand. Cash paid
for chickens aud game.
First Street, next door to Jos, Web liar's,
NOTICE Is hereby given thst the un
dersl&ned has this day been duly appoint
ed Administrator of tbe estate of S. T.
Janes, deceased, by the County Court of
Linn coonty, State ot Oregon. All per
ons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified and required to present
them to tbe Administrator at hie residence
near Mi'ler's Station, Linn county, Ore
gon, within six months from the date
hereof, properly verified as by law re
quired. This 5tb dsy of March, 1886.
J. A. Joneh,
Administrator of estate of S,T. Jones.dec'd,
Did you Sup-
pose Mustatg Liniment only good
for horses It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
"V Willi iiwft on-
Frem our regular correspondent.)
Washington, Marsh 12th. 1886.
Tht Senate galleries are crowded
this weelr and great interest li felt
in the discussion of the Presidential
prerogative. For mere than two
weeks nearly every Senator on both
tides of the chamber lias been at
work preparing for the conflict grow
ing out of the refusal of the Adminis
tration to send to the Senate papers
and Information bearing upon the
suspension of officials and touching
the appointment of their successsor.
Probably no such thorough over,
hauling and minute examination of
historical documents has ever before
been made with reference to this
queetion. Consequently as one Sena
tor expressed It, both sides "were
loaded to the musxle with material"
for the performance which is now in
progress. It was to hare begun on
Mondsy, but the "star," Mr. Ed
rounds, plead a sort throat aod tbe
people went away disappointed. He
kept his engagement for the follow
ing dsy, however, aid promptly at
the appointed hour, arose with an
imposing pile of manuscript before
him (hie precedents to support his
position,) which he used freely dur
ing hie speech of I wo and a half
When It waa learned to tbe House
of Representative- that Mr. Edmunds
waa actually discharging bis long
loaded broadside at the White House,
members poured into the Senate
Chamber and filled the apace in rear
of the Senator's desks The onlv
vacant seat on tbe floor was heavll
drsped with utaek. It was that of
tbe California Senator, Mr. Miller,
who had died the day before.
Mr. Edmunds, in bis speech, which
bad attracted much attention, and
which will be generally discussed
throughout the country, made, ae waa
expected, the beat of hie weak side
of tbe controversy. He took such
precedents as best suited him anal
bandied them with Ingenuity.
He waa most specious perhaps in
saying that the Senate does not ask
tbe President's reasons for making
removals, but simply fur the papers
of every description relating to sus
pended officials. In aaylng this he
admits tbst should papers which the
Senate wants bo forthcoming, they
would show tbe very confidential
reasons which he disclaims any In
tention on tne part of the Senate to
Mr. Edmunds said with a sneer,
that the moat conspicuous result of
improved methods of Government
under ihe "reform" Administration,
waa the suppression t official papers.
At this point Senator Beck reused a
smile to ripple over the audience by
remarking in an undertone, but loud
iy enough to be heard half acroee the
chamber, thst it wat a clear case of
a fly on n barn door." You remem
ber tbe Vermont leader has been Re
cused of seeing a fly on a rn door
when he could not see the door.
As t only Senator Pugh of Ala.,
has replied to Mr. Edmund's speech.
Mr. Pugh showed among other tbloga
that the papers called for by Senator
Thurtriitn when chairman of tbe Ju
(li iry Committee, in a cue of aua
suspension, related to a territorial
court, and that the tenure of offloe
act especially exempt Judicial officers
from those to be supendtd by the
President. Mr. Edmunds has been
followed by Senator Wilson, of Iowa
and Senators Iagalls and Everts will
be next to suppett him. On the
Democratic,; side Senators Kenna,
Beck and Jackson will be among the
champions of the Administration.
A prominent Democratic lawyer of
this cityawho was.tslklng on this sub.
ject a few days since, remarked that
there wss nothing in the position of
the majority of the Senate Judiciary
Committee but a political manoeuvre
The President stands on impregnable
legal grounds, continued he, but the
Republican party Is languishing for
an lnu THr expedient of bullying
and firihMrM Ju ihe President,
awe ma to be thu dest it can do for the
Senator Miller's death lessens the
Republican msjority in the Senate
temporarily. The legislature of Cali
fornia does sot meet until Dectmber,
and the Governor of the State, Gen
eral Stoneman, being a Democrat,
will doubtless appoint one of his own
party to fill the vacancy. Senator
Miller's funeral will tako place at the
Capital Saturday afternoon, and the
Senators, in a. body, will escort the
remains to the railroad depot en route
The social season closed brilliantly
at the White House. The third of
the series of Diplomatic, Mllltary
and Congressional receptions eclipsed
those preceding it in several respect?.
The attendance was larger, and the
proportion of distinguished men, and
handsomely dressed ladies, was un
usually large, while the White House
apartments were rarely, if ever, more
effectively decorated. Senator Ed
mund's presence there attracted at
tention owing to his arraignment of
the Administration a few hours be.
fore. lie and Mrs. Edmunds stop
ped to chat a few moments with the
President and Miss Clovelsod.
rr Riera rarra.
Shears with two blades and a
spring back were used in old Rome
for clipping aheep, hair and hedges.
A Belgian treata textile fabrlca
with an alcoholic eolutlen of the green
tar of the blrob, with which he ex
pects to rendor them almost indes
tructible. Tne petrified akeleton of a whale
over thirty feet long ha been d I
covered by an officer of the Coast
Survey, Cat., over 3300 feet above
the sea level.
The well at White Plains, Nov., Is
down over 2300 feet, and can am no
further until the water, which Is
seventeen per cent salt and so heavy
that the rnp nod tool float on It
and the drill d ;e not penetrate the
rock, la shut out.
The Liodon Timet says that on a
recent test of several tbouaand bay
onets now In use In the British army,
being fair representation of the
quality of all, thirty.three per cent
were found to bo useless for Isck of
stiffness and temper.
Cases of severe colic from lead
poisoning have been reported among
tailors and sewing women. This Is
probably due to their habit of biting
off and sometime chewing threads
ot aewlog silk which has been weight
ed with acetate of lead.
Dr. Hartwell, of John Hepkins
University, says that a German sol
dier can scale a twenty-foot wall with
bla arma and accoutrements, or Jump
an Iron aplked fence without getting
caught Gymnast lea are compulsory
In tbe German schools.
Cures of sciatica are reported as
bating taken place in Pans after a
single application of Dr. D shove's
method of freezing tbe skin above
the painful parts with a spray of
chloride of methyl. The operation
Is said to be applicable also to facial
From studies In Sicily, Dr 11 mea
ner and Emmerich find evidence
that the occurrence of cholera has
some connection with the character
of the soil, aod that It makes Its way
into the system throogh the lunge
rather than through the alimentary
It la auggeated thst tbe Patagon
tana may nave lost as much as two
Inches In stature since the adoption
of constant horseback riding, a little
over two centuries eg. They were
formerly reputed1 giants, aad their
bodies are still huf, while their leg-
are disproportionately short and
Kvidence of t m decay of f jrest in
Australia l found la the present ex
istence of a fw trees far exceeding
tn size any of those about them, aod
supposed to be survivors of a depart
ed race of giants. A tree twenty-fly
feet in circumference at a height o
thirty feet above the ir round was
described at a late meeting ( the
Royal Society of New S ottt Wales
Brown Sequsrd, the French physl
ologist, has demonstrated that for
several weeks after death, or during
the persistence of the rigid condition
which immediately follows the ce
sation of life, the rouse lea of an ani
mal undergo slow alternate contrac
tions and elongtl'ns ; and he reach
ea the startling conclusion that the
muscles In rigor mortis are not dead
but are still endowed with vital, pow
era, being, however, in a certain
chemical condition which is ante
cedent and preparatory to final death.
The popular notion that the inhab
itants of Chinese cities are given to
unwholesome habits does wot seem
to be well founded. Dr. Dadgeon,
in a recent work on the dior, dress
and dwellings of the Chinese, says
that the people have admirably adapt,
ed themselves to their eurrou ndt age,
and enjoy a maximum of comfort.
"They havo a good many lessoas yet
to teach us in respect of living aud
practical health." After an expert
ense of over twenty yeats with them,
he says that "they are subject to
fewer dlseas3s, their diseases are
more amenable to treatment, and
they possess a greater freedom from
acute and infl tmmatory affections of
all kinds, If, indeeJ, these can be
said to exist at all," than obtains
among western nations,
It was the regular nnvoroua etiquette
of the reign of Queen Elizabeth ef Eng
land for a man professing himsnlf deep
ly in love to assume certain outward
marks of negligence in bis dress, as if
too much occupied wtb his passion to
attend to such trifles. His "garters in
particular were not to he tied up."
Plow deep while slrtggards sleep.
FRIDAY, APRIL 8,
EDITBE ST THE
Women's Christian Tenperuee tJiiio
THE PETITION 6sUftTC.
Tbe action of the Com men Council of
this city Uat week In granting tbe peti
tion of ths eUtasme of Albany asking
for an ordtnanes in tbs spirit of ths
Keedy ilquor law, was ons entitling
that body to much praise, and sloes
bow wsli it appreciates the wishes of
the pssple ef this city. Tbs petition
was signed by a majority of the voters
of Albany, representing a large majori
ty of its wealtk. Certainly that is a
sign that tbe tas psyers of Albany are
willing to double tbeir share of tbe city
tax In order to support tbs city govern
msnt, If aeesstery, which would not b
tbe case. Tbe Ceunsil having taksn
tbs intttory stepssbouli.withoot daisy,
follow op tbs emphatic notion ef last
week by passing the ordinance asked
for. Tbe matter should not be allowed
to "bang fire.'' Once passed it witl be
for the msjority te say wbstSer onr
eity shall be run by a license tax.giving
man tbs right to ruin human fellow be
ings. It is a mistaken idea that we
need a liquor revenue to run our muni
eipat affaire. "No license" in Albany
weald repay its tax -payers many fold.
The fact that tbe city is in debt is no
excuse far uonsstioa en this question.
Tbe necessary tax could aod would be
raise I on even a 3e miU tax. If re
quired an assessment on tbe fall velae
of oar property, en equitable action,
would meat the emergency, until tbe
charter could be amended. The passage
of the ordinance will mean simply tkat
a majority of tbe voters of Albany ahall
rale on tbe question of granting liceo-
.a a si ei . a
in. we wsot this right and earnestly
hope tba Cemmen Ceansit wfTI grant it.
Lt temperance loving people stand to
gether eatil it is obtained.
to tsjb woatas-a jsutii Ttnrra
BaxovKi) Sternss : In tbe twelve
years of oar pilgrim ; re not
before lost a friend a I r ! mI w ear
neat as Jobn B Oosub. I t i I, bu
osantty bas very few aucH friend s be,
to lose. He gave us tbs wealth of bis
warm, brotherly sympathy ; be believed
in ns and dt I net b senate to say ae.
Over bis oen signature be declared
that "tbe W. C. T. U. w daing mora
for tbe temperance esuas tban all other
ercaaisatioas eoasbined." We have
ever claim) this but it waa an ii
mease advantage to our work thst be
did claim it from bis lofty and auied
place s tbe chief temperance man in
The persons I kindness of Mr. and
Mrs UtJ'igb to your National President
was notable. Years ago they counseled
ber to make a temperance trip through
out Great Britain, as a stepping steae
to wider usefulness her, and placed
their unequalled influence at her ln
posal, proposing that ah sh ul I g uu
dr the earn auwio" that thv had
VLr. Onugh set bia seal to each new
departure of the W. C T. U. Hy bia
own ailttttt. divine actina. which wss
more eloquent than even bis matchU
eloquence of speech. He stood up to
be counted with the minoiity in the re-
eent p-nstdential ounpain, and only
last autiiuin in the nf Massachusetts
be did in', hesitate to ally himself open
lr by V9H3 and vote with those who
bore reprosch wftboet the camp. We
na.nnot honor him too inuoh who so
steaufaitlv honored m and tfte princi
pled which are even dearer to oa than
our acrcd beud of white ribbon com
radeship. In i-t fitting theu, that we uutm vith
our cordis I allies, the Gaod TeropUrs.in
holding nemonal aervicna in 1 ana
honoi of Jebn B. Cough, on the 1 1th
of April, 1886. Our "Responsive
Reading" for April, (in tff eries now
being issued,) will have for its subject,
Mr. Cough's Life snd 8-ovices,and can
be appropriately uaed in tbis connection.
Oar beloved and departed friend was
the choicest and moat psi feet blossom
on the Century Plant of the Reform,
whose firat hundred years reached their
climax in his life and will be best em
balmed in his grscious memory.
Fer the noble wife who ehsmbbd
him and the gentle nieces who were
like daughters in hia household, we will
effar earnest prayer now that they
mourn "tbeir strong ataff broken and
their beautiful rod."
Francbs E. Willard,
CaaoLtNA B. Buell, Pres.N.W.C.T.U.
Do not keep alabaster boxes ef your
lore and tenderness sealed up until yeur
friends are dead. Bring them out now,
in their weary hours, an i opn them,
that they may be refreshed and cheered
by the osrfumes of sympathy and affsc
tien, Fill their lives with swestnsss.
The things that you would say when
they are gone.aay eefore they are gone.
Margaret E. Saogster.
Great care has been taken in our selections both as in nnsiiftr a,
ces. and. while we do not
rHf ' yv lunY
" " " irir
ISMtt ffllL a8 re1Pre8eed- ur stock was 1 purchased for
Snot Cash, antf wo propose to sell as Oheap as any house in tie State, and
Put tbe Knife to Prices
SuS ltoe 0? Deet Wh8at at 80 entS P8r buslie1' We have in st
. Dry GOODS; Gent's Furnishing GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, &C.
pfflirS?i?tXnWillbe PromP"ya samples seat uponap-
ALBANY, OREGON, MARCH 6, 1886,
Judge W. K. Makemtoo, of Texas,
who defended Holland in the recent
murder trial, aaya tbe pared ia tf bard
drinkers is tbe town of Laredo, en the
boundary Hoe between Mexico and tbe
Lena Star State. A man can a tart out
tbere -with a dollar in bis pocket in tbe
morniog.drtok all dsy.and after paying
far every drink, he can still have the
dollar be begso with. Mr. Makemsen
explains it in this way : "Take an
American dollar and start iu and take
a drink on the Tsxan aide of the une,
and you'll receive as change a Mexican
dollar. Cross tbe boundary into what
is known as Nuevo Laredo, take a drink
leader the Mexican coi, and get i
United States etandard dollar in change
You can keep this up all day,and you'll
feel like tbe cewbsy pisuist when you
a4SyS9lBB. bat Iter SKeeaee .
It would eeem to be a truth appreciable
by all, and eepecialiy by professors of tbe
healing art, that to remove tbe disease, not
ta eitaviate it svmntoms. should be the
chief aim of medication. Yet in bow many
instances do we see tht truth admitted in
thanrv. taraored in practice. The reason
it.e llaaAtLr's Htomaeh Bitters Is sue-
MMtarn! In art manv cases, with which
remedies previously tried were Inadequate
to -oi. is attributable to th fa't that it t
a mMiirtna which reaches aud remove
the cause of the various maladies to
which it la adapted. Indigestion, fever
and ague, liver complaint, gout, rheuma
tism, disorder nf the bowels, urinary af
fection aod other maladies are net palli
ated merely, but rooted out by it. It goea
to the fountain head. It is really, not
nominally, a radical remedy, and It en
dow the system with n amount of vigor
which la Ha best protection against dleae.
Tell Tr Siai"r.
Tell your neighbor who U not already a
subscriber to the Democrat that we will
furnish him the WMy WorMtfxc het me
tropolitan paper In the country, and the
Democrat, the best local paper In the val
ley, both for $3. This Is a marvel of cheap
ness. Call at this office for a specimen copy
of the Worhi.
The Nest Agreeable
A well as the most effective method of
dispelling headaches, corns and rovers, or
cleansing the system Is by taking a few
d.wes of the pleasant California liquid
fruit rented v Syrup of Fig. ftOo and $1
botiles for sale by vshay A Mason, Lang
don dt Co.
Parties makinir final nronfs of claims either
through the Rsseburg or Oregon City Land
Offices, can have the same published in the
Democrat by so notifying the Ragister at
either of those places. Friends of this paper
will oonfer a favor by considering this when
they make out their hnal claims.
arm) of rigs.
Manufactured onlv bv the California Fig
r.inCrt . Ran Francisco. Cal.. is Natures
Own True Laxative. This pleasant liquid
fruit remedy may be had of Foshay Mason
S W Langdon and Co., at fifty cents or one
d.illar oer botlle. It is the most pleasant,
prombt and effective remedy Known, 10
cleanse the system ; to aci on in inoi.
Kidnevs and Bowels gently yet thorougniy
s 4;biia1 Headaches. Colds and Fevers ; to
mm r.nnstioation. Indigestion and kindred
AGON WOOD AND HARDWARE
Vatra Ri.Awa.rt have neck-vokes and
single-treea, ironed or unlroned, neck
vnb'a irons, elnsletreo irons, nib irons,
felloes, spokea, ax trees, etc., all for sale
HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS,
A -ran msttooks. brush hooka, pick
ahnvAla.Hns.ilA. forks, ffrintiatonos, wheel
Harrows, wrinsers. ronea, and almost
evervthing you want, can be had cneap
for cash s Peters dc Stewart.
T L CASE PLOWS.
This famous plow is well known in Linn
County. The chilled and steel plows ar
well made from the very beat material
and are warranted to do as good work and
eour fully aa well aa any otnerpiowa
Peters A Stewart aretbe sole agents.
Now being received by
, . vt ooiouwuus. uutn as to aualitv
claim thnr. nr cia, . ,
r i u . ire3 ana
N. H. ALLEN & Co..
baring concluded to close out his trarineii, now offers hi entire stock ot
STOVES, RANGES, HEATING
AND COOK STOVES
together with his entire stock ot
TM, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE
is tbii it a geauins closing out, now is the time fop housewife
o replenish tHeir kitchens and dairies with ware.
Statements of accounts of suhecribora
with the DsjiocaAT have been placed In
tbe bands of agents through tbe county,
so tkat subscribers desiring to eo either
bow they stand, or to settle for tbe same,
can dose by calling on them. Tbia is for
tbe convenience of both subscribers and
the Democrat, Those desiring to pay a
year in advance and get the "American
Farmer" one of the beat agricultural pa
pera in the U. 8 , can do so with our
even's. Call ou the following gentlemen
at the places named :
O PCohow Brownsville.
R Hhehon Scio.
K M MUler Lebanon.
Sam May Harristurg.
F. A. Waits - Sbedd
Twin Foes to Life
Are Indigestion :tnd Const iftation.
Tlu-ir primary symptom are aiming tho
most distressing of minor human ailments,
snd a host of disease, needily resultant
from iheitt, mutually aggravate each other
and assail at once the whol machinery
of life. Nausea, Foul 1 heath. Sour
Stomach, Dizziness, Heartache
Bilious, Fever, .laumliee, l)ys)Hpsin,
Kidney Diseases Piles, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia., Dropsy, aud variou Skin
Disorder, am. among the symptom
and maladies caasetl by derangement of
of the stomach and bow N.
A Thorough Purgative
medicine Is the first necessity for cure.
Then the cathartic effect must le main
tained, in a mild degree, just sufficient
to prevent ti recurrence of cost veness,
and at the same time the liver, kidneys
and stomach must lc stimulated ami
Accomplish thi restorative work letter
than any other medicine. They are
searching and thorough, yet mild, in their
purgative action. Tncy do not gripe the
patient, and do not induce a costive re-
"Withal, they )hsncss special propertfoe,
diuretic, hepatic ami tonic, of the highest
medicinal Value and
All diseases proceeding from disorder
if the digestive and assimilatory organs.
The prompt uso of Aykh's PILLS to
correct tho first indications of cost i ve
ness, averts the serious illnesses which
neglect of that condition would inevitably
induce. All irregularities in the action of
the bowels loosener as well an consti
pationare beneficially controlled by
A v Kit's Pills, and tot the stit dilation
of digestive organs weakened by long
coutinued dyspepsia, one or two of
Ayek's Pills dally, after dinner, will do
more good than anything else.
Leading Physicians Concede
Thai Aykk's Pills are the best, of all
cathartic medicines, and many practition
ers, of the highest standing, ctisi omarily
Dt. J. C. Ayer & Co., LoweI, Mass.
For sale by all Druggists.
STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT.
THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM
IB TEE WILLAMETTE 7ALLI!
Special business notices in Local CcJ
umns 15 cents per line. Regular Leei
notice 10 cents per Hoe.
For legal and traoMeal advertraeateai
SI 00 per square for the A rat iasesjitaumd
insertion Pr square for each sufcssjhint
Kates for other advertisements made
Known on application.
oeLLer man our com
as good, and
57 First Street, Albaoy,
IS0M, LAXXINti & On., PROPim.
ew raocEss rtoca strc bjhoe faa families
AXD BAKERS CSE.
Highest ;Prico in Cash fo
Manufacturer aud Dealer In all klndafo
8 First Street Albany, 0r
C. E, WOLVERTOI, o, H, LHVINE.
W0LVERT0N & SRVINE,
ATTORN" K V R AT LAW
B-Omc up stairs in Fro man's Brick
une hundred and forty acres, rJin
miles above Lebanon. 4(1 mores in Jul
tlvatlon. 10 acres slashed and aown so
grass. Comfortable dwelling, gent
outhousea. Cheap, inquire at this
T. J. STITBS.
DR. I. N. W0 IDLE,
Office at Schmee"" Stable.
. ALBANY, OREGON
ARN DOOR HANGINGS,
Are alwavs breaking, unless vou have
the kind sold by Peters A Stewart, of A?
bany. They ar made ot wrought irpn
cannot jump the track and will last a life
time. Don't hang another barn door un
til you bavo'seen them.
N. J. HENTON,
Notary Public and Insurance Agent.
0- F. BUILDING - - ALBANY, M
Represents several of the best Fir la
surance Companies on the Coast. Call c o
him for reliableginsurance.