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FH1DAY APRIL 2, 1886
Lisa tnnHf sseratle M.eatla.
A Democratic Convention for Linn coun
ty to elect delegate to the State Conven
tion and to nominate a full county ticket
will he held In Albany on Friday, April
9th, at tO o'clock, a. m. Primary meeting
will be held at the usual place of voting in
the several precinct of the county on Mon
day, April 5th at J o'clock p. m . to elect
delegate to aid Convention. The several
precinct will be entitled to delegate a
Knt Albany 8
' llriinh Creek 2
Wert Albany. .
Brownville . . .
Fox Valley . . .
Sweet Home. . .
The Supremo Court rendered its
decision in I ha Registry law cast last
Wednesday, declaring it unconstltn
tional, Waldo delivering tha opinion,
Thsyer dissenting. It will be re
membered the Democrat took the
ground in tna beginning that it was
doubtful whether the law waa can.
Mi tut ion il. People who felt that the
law was imposing heavy and unnec
ess try restriction upon voters will
row find these burden removed.
It is, therefore not necessiry to reg
ister. Don't do it.
1HE 0litr CWOKVTIw
Njw tbat the County Democratic
Convention for the county baa bean
duly called to meet.it beoomee the duty
of every Democrat in tha county to go
to work ameng hi neighbor Dem
ocrats and friends to secure har
mony in tha perty, and a fall
and united vote. It ia tbe worst kind
of folly to become dissatisfied about the
action of conventions, as sometimes
vup, because those whom we think
should be nomioated bare been defeat
ed. What difference to the great body
of the party does it make whether tbe
Sheriff shall be from Halaay or Water
loo, or the Clerk from Syracuse or Sweet
Home. Woald it net bo better for tbe
people of Brewnsvillo, for instance, to
bav a good, honest, efficient Assessor
selected from among tbe Democrats of
Shedd precinct, than to have an incom
petent one selected from among tbem
aelvea t This ia 0 good, wholesome sound
rale to go by, not only as applicable to
tbe office of Assessor, but to ovary of
fice which the people will be called up
on to fill ; and applicable not only to
Brownsville precinct, but to every pre
cinct iu he count. We have good
advices from all parts of tbe county on
this subject. Democrats all around
asem determined to banish from tbe par
ty such division and diatensieoa as ia
s few cases have led to defeat. Let us
bo faithful to tbe entire body of tbe
people by nomirating faithful, honest,
competent men.snd they will be elected
by a largely increased majority.
Lt every Democrat in tba county
sttsod tbe primary meetings called to
meet on M jo lay, the 5 b of AprU. It
is highly important tbat good, safe men
be selected from escb precinct to attend
the County Convention. These men
are to represent the wishes of tbe pre
cinct in the C xinty Convention. See
thst men who will make tbe interests
of the party paramount to tbe interests
of any candidate, are elected as dele
gates. Remember that it is far mors
important tbat the party should elect
ita en tiro ticket, than that soma parti
cular mm should be elected Sheriff,
Clerk, or Tieaiiirer. From most all
parts of tl e county we bear Democrats
expressing themselves es being more
determined about harmony and conse
quant success than vbey are about tbe
success of individual candidates, f bis
spirit if obeyed by all will lead to over
W are autno.ized to say tbat L
W. Porneroy, of the Fork?," is a
candidate before the coming demo
cratic convention for County Codj-rai-uioner,
and Lon Hodman for Rep.
roNemaiivK These are both good
ni rn and would make efficient offi
....J.. m j .jijiii.ji
Every time tbe Senate rejects one 0
'h" Pieiiidem'a nominations it gives him
a chance- to kill two birds with see stone
a a 1 v s
nv ra RHig another Lianncrst nappy
Th (r-aaainilitjoa of this sort of thing, i
c 'witnur 1 steadily for two or tbrae
f wars, are iriolculabl.
I' m obHi vnie that botb Sherman
m. I L iitn Hie taking good care not to
a itegwu's- Blaine. Sherman and Lo-
h . - h-ard thn bee buzz and felt tba
brf Ktin ere now.
Qnrl IJ'ick evidently r.tbbeda raw
place ne he Repnblicm epidermis when
fin ni -mi n-d the manner io which his
U't-i conducted 'h jiensinn office.
O 1 wiih 1 he oott J L'it ooy le uncon
a a a a jm
nun, wiin tit aud oxon meet to
eh- t,k pig-tailed cua with living
Having finished bis history ,eo called,
Blaine is beginning to fuel that it is a
long time till tbe nominating conven
tion ocmea round.
TUB nil Taltt.
As a rule, it will be found that tba
merchant, huaioess men and tbo people
generally, who bare closely investigated
our roveoue s)stom, ara ia favor of a
very thorooah revision of our tariff
schedule. The people ara really in favor
of going much further than Congress is
likely to po further tSan the Morrison
bill contemplates in tbo direction of
tax reduction and revenue rororm. In
faot, tha Morrison bill fall very far
short of the Democratic platform 00
which Mr. Cleveland was elected to the
Presidency. It points the right way,
but it falls short of the demand of pttb
The lirst o jeot 11 viaw ia to pffoot a
reduction of war taxes. There is no
question as to either the justice or ad
viaability of this. Why there should
be any question as to time and expedi
ency in a matter which it is obviously
necessary should be considered and
acted upon at tbo earlieat possible mo
ment, in tha interest of tbo people wbe
indirectly psy these taxes, we ara at a
loss to understand. It is said in soma
quarters tbat tbe Morrison Tariff bill
will not decrees the revenues. Those
who say this probably mean that when
tha tariff ia lowered tha gteater impor
tation that will take place will make
up for the reduction. Admitting tbi
statement to be true, it will hardly be
controverted tbat to tba extent duties
are paid under the now tariff, to that
extent will taxation bo reduced ; to tbe
amount of 15 or 18 01 20 tor qant, or
whatever it may be, will the burden of
war taxes be lightened. There is no
saving the proposition tbat it is easier
to psy 80 cents then to j.ay a dollar.
But the chief object of tbe bill ia to
inaugurate tariff reform to make a be
ginning. This it does. It is net com
prehensive or radiosl it is simply a
beginning. We all understand that a
radical revision of the tariff at once
would affect injuriously many impor
tant iatereats, and for tbe time bsing
causa certain branches of iodastry seri
ous embarrassment. This danger :
averted by the present bill. It propos
es to open the doois of Congress for re
form, but to sccomplisb it gradually.
The Democratic party at the lest
election of s president carried twenty
states ou: of thirty-eight by s plurali
ty of 23,000 in a total popular vote of
more than 1 ,000, 000,and of tbe thirty
eight states twenty -two have Demo
cratic Governors. Tba borne mle of
more than three-fifth of tbo American
people ia Democratic. Tba Democrats
bold the House of Representatives by a
majority of fjity-tbiee. Tbey Isck
only eight of s majority ia tbs United
States Senate. Tbat now will be re
duced to six by the spHiutment of s
Democrat from California to aucoeod
tbo lata Senator Miller. Mabone, af
Virginia, will be succeeded by a Demo
crat already chosen. The Democrats
have more than even chances to secure
a majority ef tbe legislatures io tbe
states of Connecticut, Indian, Now
Jersey, New York all of which voted
for Cleveland in 1884 and also in Ohio
and Pennsylvania. These six states
cboeoe Senators to aueeeed tbe present
Republican incumbents. Such is tbe
situation and tbe prospect. These
figures mark tbe bigbeet tid ef Demo
cratic success in the latUr half of tbe
nineteesth century, which will be eseily
end permanently sustained if the perty
will frgo tbe personal jealousies and
ambitions of its members and unite in
the ju licione selection of its local can
dtdates everywhere ia this off year.
Whenever tbe land thieves have been
interfered with by our Democratic ad
ministration it has raised an angry bowl
from tbe Republican 1 rest from Maine
to California. When tbe cattle barons
are compelled to vacate their stolen
poeesioo,ths same organs howl again
When tbe railroad steals are opened op
to view aud they are called to account,
every Republican editor ia up in arms
and ready to fight. When the protect
ed monopoly is to have its jobberies of
tbe masses interfered with, tbey about
for the poor laboring man ; and when
tbe administration atSnmpte to investi
gate the frsudulent patents of tbe
swindling monopoly of the Bell Tele
phone Company, every mother's son of
tbom is heard bowling himself hoarse
st the sdminitrsii"n. All the corrupt
tings that grow uti and flourished dar
ing the long yearn of Republican rule
have gathered themselves together for
s combined assault upou the adminis
tration, and it is tbs duty of every Dem
ocrat and all good ciiizers to stand by
tbe President in his great work of re
form. He is a strong man, but he
needs tbe support and encouragement
of the people. The Democratic party
must stand by him or perixh. There
may be differences of opinion about
minor matters, but here there must le
a solid front and no wavering. In the
great contest with tbe ombiued power
of tbe monopolists and public plunder
ers, G rover Cleveland and bin party
must stand or fall together. Stttid by
Wol far Sale.
Wood delivered in any part of. the city
limits at the following price per cord :
tood fir wood from Lebanon $2.50
Oak wood (arub) i m
Small fir wood 2.00
P W Spikk.
Oct. let, 1835.
91.10 a Sack.
On account of the low pries of wheat flour
will be sold at the Magnolia Mills at $1. 10 a
sack, or $4.40 a barrel, atfd will be delivered
free to all parts of the eity,
Al. Rowland, of Alsaa.spent a couple
of days of last week in our olty.
Q. M. Beeter, representing tbe Ya-
3 ulna Mail, waa hers Friday and Satur
Mat Scott, a candidate for Sheriff,
was bare Thursday. Mr. Scott would
make a good officer.
Ws had a street performance here
last Pridsy night, which mauaged to
carry away a few of onr dollars.
Rev. Mr. Catboy began revival meet
ings in Bishop's Hell Wednesday oven
ing, the 23rd lost.
Thursday morning. April lt,Harvey
A. Stanard began work aa Clark for
Thompson A Waters. Prod Grose will
tsko a few weeks rest snd then enter
tbe employ of P. P. Croft.
Last Thursday W. W. Stevenson and
Wui. Watson went to Portland on buai
neaa ia tha interest of the Brownsville
Creamery. Woik on tbe building baa
been commenced, and we expect the
creamery to he in full blast by May 1st.
Rooky Mountain Grisloy waa billed
to taoture at Bishop's Hall last Monday
night. On account of tba promised two
and a half dollars, the sexton took extra
pains in arranging tbe ball. Notwith
standing Griz'ey failed to put io an ap
pearance. Mr. John Poast wss in town Taeodsy
wearing a very dark colored pair of
spec Wastes. Upon inquiry, your eerres
(tondsnt learned that bo had got into
difficulty with hphra:m Pox, and had
been very ungently dealt with.
Grant Johnson went to Portland last
Thursday morning to enter in tbe em
ploy of G. W. Pope, proprietor of the
wool exchange. Grant has boon in the
employ of tbo B. W. M. Co. here for s
good many years, and is et home in tbe
Miaa Oliia Powell began a private
school last Monday morning in Bang
w hanger Hall on Piety Hill She open
ed school with about twenty pupils.
Mrs. Eva R. Gil more was saarriod to
W. D. McGheo at Eugene laat Sunday
evening. Mr. McGbee baa seourad s
school near bare, and waa here looking
after a dwelling Tuesday. He ia an
experieoood teacher, end tbe dietric
tbat bos secured bis service i to be con
gratulatea. Times seem to be improving io our
town. Several buildings are now being
constructed, sod more 0000 to be. Ae
baa been all winter, 'tis bard to find aa
empty dwelling in town.
We have noticed that tbe HulUtin
has seeo fit, in its accustomed manner,
to comment upon our article in tbe pro
ceeding issue of tbe Democrat concern
ing tbe action of tbe late grand jury in
tba Campbell murder case. It has bet 0
a sealed feet since Dr. liendricke.aboat
niaeyeara ago, tasted tbe cranium of the
editor of tbat paper, that be is devoid
of intellect. It ie further known be
yond any question, by those who have
bad any aeseciation with bim, tbat h
baa no honor, snd it was though', until
laat Saturday'a issue of bis par, tbat
be bad no conscience, bur it appears
tbat our artiele.small aa it wss,ao stirred
tbat remiader of wrong doing tbet in
order to prevent an explosion something
bad to come ont of tbo man, if eucb bo
can be called. Aa there is nothing but
tilth in bim, nothing else of course could
be emitted. However we regret very
much st bsving what ws tbsugbt a very
fair reputation for truth and veracity
entirely and forever bleated, just aa we
are entering tbe thresh hold of manhood.
Botb schools hove a vacation this
week. Mr. Stobblefioid snd Mies Fan
oie Griggs will finish out tbe term st
tbe District school.
Tomy Mam if you went to bo io stylo
have yoor hair cut pompadour. Do
away with your bangs.
There wiH be quite an attendance
from bore at tba Institute.
Many ef tbe Academy studeota are
moving borne this week, and already we
oegin to miss tbem.
The 8b Charles Hotel, kept bt MrA
Eleoton, was closed to the public yea-
Tbe exercises of the M. E. Sunday
School lest Sabbath were unusually in-
tersanog. it wee the last Sabbath for
tbe 6rst qtiarter.anl the time was given
to a review of all tbe lessons. Easter
Sunday will be observed by this school
with appropriate ieesoos and music.
Friday evening Prof. Gilbert's atu-
dents gave a delightful en's, ttinment et
tbe Chapel. Everybody looks forwsrd
to tbia yearly exhibition, and lone before
tbe time to commence tbe house was
literally jammed." Nobody wsa die.
appointed, for it folly cam' up to iu
standard, wbicb is A. 1. Tbe program
waa rather long, but it could not be
:l'.d'T !";!r0f' ri?
in bis reperr. to save time. Fiom it we
gathered tbat tbia ia bis 9th winter
bern. That bia school bas been verv
pleasant. He bas bad an enrollment
this term of 80 scholars. Tbe beard of
Trustees have tendered bim tbe school
for 3 years more. He sorely has done
"ood work here, end we are glad to ace
A. Newell baa gon to P.riland,and
his Wife Will follow soon with the house
State lasaraacff Company.
Aluawv, Ob., Feb. 13th, 18S6.
Farmer and ethers, read and aee hoar the
State Insurance Company ef Salem, Oregon,
treated me. On the 22ad day of Nov. 1885.
I took ont a policy ol insurance with them
on meat in dwelling and aomke house,
on the 7th of Feb, 1886, I had tha misfortune
to loss my dwelling
by an accident, ray little
, ' T . . t, .
lamp. I notifaed their
boy upsetting my
special agent, Mr. J. H. Townsend. of Al
bany, and he by the neat mail notified the
n' . lu.. L.
""f """J " ujutcr
the next train and adjustod my loss to my
entire satisfaction, they paying me 8897.49
I five daya after the fire. I heartily commend
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me uompany tor tneir prompt and liberal
adjustment of my loss, aod I know it will be
lu t t i , ,
to the interest ot onr people to patronize
this home institution.
John D. Paksohs.
Bucklen's Arnica atre
Snp T.ttar. HnarifWid Han4, rlhllhl.l-.
Corns and ail Skin Eruptions, and post- j
lively cures rues, or no pay required. Ii
u guaranteed to jrive perfect satisfaction.
or money rsiunueu. id oh 20 cents Der
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I . 1 - 1 T?l tx m
00. r or sate rusosj et maaon.
Chic lean 1 Iris tie.
We did It. Yea, gentle reader of
your neighbor's pup r, it's a fact, aa
True G. Ranger say a, that we did eat
an Immense amount of chicken and
other good things at the Orange. But
If you or T. G. Hunger had been rale
ad where I was, In a land of wooden
nutmegs and grind-stone cheeses, a
land where we sowed our buckwheat
with a gimlet and planted our corn
with a shot gun ; or had T. O. Rang
er In his youth had to of lived ou
buckwheat cakes and have gone to
school barefooted aa I did, with noth-
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iiiif iu AUii iu.y mi warm uui Olio Ol
thoo cake taken from the stovu hot
and carried under ray arm, as I ran
through the blinding anoW to School. , " " '"" "'r P"gmng nna wrap
. . . - .... .'Inn whirl. vit.n.lt..l .. 1 .
Nq, bad I been tha para pen 1 child of
wealth ana crsuieu in tne lap or lux
ury and been allowed to feast on rye
flour and goat's milk, as T. G, Hangar
did In his youth, perhaps I would not
have had such an appetite aa I have
now, and my mustache would have
looked as psle and alckly as Hanger's
did before he shaved It off. It's uot
often I answer a newspaper racket,
hut when I am accused of eating till
my suspenders break and there are
no buttons left on my clothes, I want
the cold pashtonlees public to know
why i eat. True G. Rsngor also In
timated that we have got an unlim
ited amount of gall. Yea, we got tbat
Ivtst on the same flint hills were we
fouod oar appetite. But,tlred reader,
it's not the gall of btttarnees that per
vaded the breast of T. G. Ranger,
caualng his spider tog to t rem Me and
hla knees to knock together,aa we em
of sympathy for hla family, took Mm
teitdurly to our arms and carried him
out from the brllllsntly lighted par
lore of tha Wilson House, In tne wool
en town of Brownsville, and regard,
leaa of the hot scalding tears of the
hath stinger we put him on tbe Nar
row Gauge R. R. train, and had him
cheeked for Msrshaltown.
What haa become of ''Maud Mut
ter." We have not eeen a tine from
her sparkling pen of let. Wt bate
read her communications with Inter
est and pleasure, and do not like to
have her desert the n.nks of the Dsa
cftAT'g happy family.
Aa a humorous writer we think
Trae G. Ranger has no paer,not par
douse" will please accept our
thanks for the pleasant momenta
spent In hia agreeable company while
While at Brownsville laat week we
had a very pleaeant chat with J. P.
Galhrslth, one of the prominent can
didates for County Clerk Mr. Gl
bralth Is well qualified for tha posi
tion. tv. (warn that the many friende of
Dr. A. II. Peterson, of Lebanon, have
succeeded in getting Htm to enter tbe
race f r Sheriff.
Ban g DtrtT.
Some Fault Finding, Some people
Will And fault with public officers
whan they are doing their doty. Bee
bow some have found fault with tbe
lata grand Jury. Some will even find
fault with their school directors.
They don't do aa la Tan gent, hut east
of tba meuotslns. We hear tbat
some have carried their fault finding
e far ae to threaten to fine tneit
school directors In a certain district
north of Tangent.
Mr. L F. Smith Is erecting a store
house In Tangent for the purpose of
going Into the mercantile bus! noes.
He expecta to open out some time
Miss Mary Montagu, of Iebanon,
waa visiting with Mrs. A. Bryan the
first of the week.
Miaa Gussie Moses, of Crawford
ville,is visiting her uncle aud cousins
at this place. I ... . ,
Ml- McCarg.of Brownsville, la ?bIpmuch tbo largest, best and great
ittog friends In Tangent.
Mr. Tucker, of Eastern Oregon, who
haa been visiting relatives nere for
some time, intends stsrting soon for
A ..l.in nm man mkn rrnoa Ho
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WorklRf fl lhU v.ci0lt. for two
years or more, left not long since for
parts unknown. People are at a loss
to know why ho, left In the way be
dm. lie left some bills unsettled,
s an empty trunk In the vicinity,
stating when he left that ho waa only
going to Albany.
The ozhtbltton at the cloae of our
school passed off satisfactory to all
It waa the best thing of the kind ever
known In these parts ; quite drama t
la. hsld o Isroo audience soell bound
for about four hours. The pieces
Uere well performed with few excep-
'ere well performed with raw excep
tions. One piece In particular waa
very affecting, Tbe Drunkards
Child." It was well acted out and
U?h.1 a J?0 JeMOn " P' W"!
only heed it. The next term of school
will open ou next Monday, with O.
O. McFarland. teacher.
We listened to an Interesting ser
mon last Sunday, delivered by Rev.
Ihe Circuit Caurt nf tid Stats of Oregon
I - - . v - - m
for Linn County.
5 A Crawford, Plaintiff.
Isaac Me01urgr and A A MoCIudk, his
wife, and 0 IT Stewart, ta Assignee of
Isasc MoClung an insolvent debtor, De
VTOTICE Is hereby given tbat by vlr
JLI tue of an execution snd sn order of I
sal a issued out or tne above named Court
In tbe above entitled action and to me di
rooted and delivered, 1 will on Saturday
tbo 1st day of May, 1888, at 1 o'olook. p.
m., at tho Court House door in Albany.
lDn "J "regon. at pnoilo auction
for osah io hand to the highest bidder,
Nu the real prsperty described in sold
execution and order of sale as follows, to
wIfc The south half of the south west
or tne Willamette meridian known and
designated upon tbe maps and plats of
tun urn lou ouues at uregon uity, dragon,
aa tbe donation land claim of lasso Mo-
Clung. Also the northwest quarter of
oectien az, j p, ii k i west of tbe Wil
mecte nwriaian. All tne above doscrlb-
d premises lying snd being in Linn
county, Oregon, and containing 240 screa
lamette meridian. All the above deacrib.
1 ne proceed or sale to be applied : First
to the payment of the costs snd dlabans.
menta of this suit and tbs coats of sale.
Second to the payment of Plaintiffs bui. I
lent, to-wit, $6145.75 and interest thereon
iT. .-VZ "' . ' u,,rl"u y w
may hereafter I
Dote J this 1st day of April, 18SS.
,J K. Chabi-toh.
Sheriff of Lion county, Orei;on.
Jas. J, Chabltox, Deputy.
koaw wen It.
As the time for commencing road work
ia approaching would it not tie well to ven
tilate a little the manner In which It Is usu
ally done, and I think I cannot do better In
doing so than copying from the Sanitary
Ntwt the usual method In which they do
those things In Illlnol, and then ay if It I
not a faithful expoc of the way In which It
I done In Oregon. "Once n yrar.coverlng a
period of from two ti five days, the farmers
are summoned by the nthmatcr(.Siinervl
or) to work on the road. They assemble at
a late hour in the morning, nnd at once Itn-
prove the rare opportunity they have of ex-
. , ,
'd,a" "K t '
I k l" f'e" rim-
Ing, which completely destroy a formerly
welt packed road-bed. At night tbe only
thing accomplished 1 the utter destruction
of what previously onwcred for a paab)r
road. In the few -rdim ilnv inrim,
which the farmer pay hi road-tax In labor,
a few bob- arr fillcd.and perhaps new ditches
dug, which almply turn the direction of sur
face Water toward some man' field or
house yard, which have not been previously
Road work In moat country neighborhood
ta a farce. It U performed without wise
planing, to aay nothing of engineering fore
thought, and the result i that traveling In
the country is an annoyance at alt time of
the year. But annoyance 1 not the worst
feature. Dltche along the hlghway.whlrh
ought to be o constructed as to convey sur
face water out of harm'' way , too often allow
ft to run where It become a caue of III
health, or do not conduct it sway at all. Tbe
sanitary feature of road building and road
Improvement are Important consideration.
The way to obtain good roadU to Improve
the old one rather titan to supplant them
with something entirely new, to uc what
we already have a a atep to something bet
ter, rather titan discard the whole. We
must ue the material we have at hand and
the public fund tii.it can be obtained for
this purpose in uch a way tbat our roads,
even If not made perfect, will be perman
ently improved. Whatever is done should
be eo done that it can be built upon and
added to, thu making ucccive step on
1 an no receiving my Spring and
Summer a lock of boots sod aboeo, 1
base aa nicely a fitted up Boot and Sbo
Store, and as complete s stock aa any
this stds of Portlsnd aod very few bettor
In Portland. I boy aU my boots and
sbooo direct from manufacturers snd aw
authorised to warrant every pair no mat
tot bow cheap. No firm in Oregon
base any advantage of ma to buying as
I bay io quantities and pay tbe eaab.
Io ladies', misses and children's ahoe,
ett variety in tbe citv. Mv aim will
al wave be to aire as aood value fr
the money aa possibly can be done.
8AMUEL E. Y0UNC,
ONLY SECOND CLASS HOTEL II
Regular rales $1 to $J ter day, for tran
stents, aeoorUinir to aooominouuions,
Bingla meals, except dinner,
25 cents and 50 cents.
Dinner at train time. 50c.
wTJTSL lrveUo PnbUc mj
" g,n a-'
J. A. CROSS,
U LACKSMITHU OUTFITS,
Anvils, vises, bellow. hammers, sledges
stock and dies and almost every tool used
by blacksmiths we keep constancy on
hand Also s rail -took of iron. or all sizes,
boras shoes and horse shoe nolle. Special
prices made on small outfits for farmers
VwrERS A Stiwaiw.
0. P. Tompkins,
COMMISSION ANO PURCHASING
Of all kinds of merchandise.
All orders from the country filled on
short notice for every class or kind f
goods from first-class stock. Absolutely
no obargen or oonamiaelon will be charge
or filling ordeis.
OFFICE 107 FIRST ST.,
At D. W. Prentice's, Portland, Or
Oregon Kidney Tea!
Nature' awn remedy
Will ipemllly relieve snd pormsnentlj
cure all tha various lUflioultieg arising
from a disordered condition of tbe
LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
It ii perfectly harmless tnd can be
jrben to the most delicate woman or
child. For sale by all druyalsts,
Swell, MrllMhu tt Wowdard.
Wholesale A areata.
If you try to build uow while wheat 1
only won;h 54 cents you should by ah
means go to Peters & Stewart's, at Albany
for your hardware. You can get what you
wsnt at t Ueir store sad st reasonable fig.
HOFFMAN & JOSEPH,
Albany Soda Works,
And Manufacturers of
Pore stick, assorted flavors, mixed drops,
tar drops, horebound drops, out luasps,
extra Kraneh mixed, cbooolata eresms.
ehweolate xqimrex, ehoeolatA mine, decorat
ed pears, decorated faces, almond bars,
fruit squares, apple alines, cream dates,
awHsried.oaromels, tnacaronlKxionat balls,
coconut brilliant, or faaui mice,aresm hearts.
.A fine assortment of largo
HEARTS AND TOYS
in endless variety.
THE ABOVE CHOICE CANOIES
Wo are now prepared to sell at whole
sale, always fresh and pure at Portland
prkws to dealers, We also keep s full
Huts and Tropical Fruits,
I IV GROCERIES,
Wo keep a full lino, always freeb and at
very low prices.
OIQAR AND TOBACCO
depsrtment Is complete, We keep tbe
very finest stock of smoking snd chewing
tobacco, meersebsurn nd brier pipes tbei
Is s delight to smokers.
W i; STILL. KKEP OUR
STAR 1SK rent.
10 rent s3sK!f ADIKA,
BOM PUMCH a rent CIO AS.
Aad a floe assortment of
HEADQUARTERS FOR 8P0ET81EI.
THE LEADING GUNS AND REVOLVERS,
SHOT, ALL KINDS OF HUNT
ING MATERIALS, CUT
At tbe most reasonable price , olwsye
io stock. Kepairins; done on abort notice.
Wiilaiitetts Valley nimrods should never
boy without calling on
W. B. SCOTT,
jaTOpposlte Revere House, Alt any, Or.
Cnimr Broadalbin and First Sts.,
( anard fr'raita,
fi tot ees.
t offer .
In fact svsrythine tbs. is kept w a geo
era! variety and grocery store. Highest
market price paid for
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
rpHE BE'TSHOT WT. TOWN
Can bo found st our atore. Tbo ebot
rjNusllv aold in Albany drops 75 feet,
while the St. Loula shot sold by ua drone
'JOo fN.i, mking it cpial to chilled snot
Sprtamen abonld not forgot t hi
Perse A SrswAor.
tAW8, AXES, ETC
We will oell you tbe famous Disatsn
Champion croaacut saw st a low figure,
as.d esc give you good prices on axes,
sied go aud wedges.
Parana A Stewart.
A. 0. U. W.
Members wishing employment or desiring
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tialp, will please call as neaa s nrownsn
atore and register their names.
By Order or Loses.
this ia the only wagon having s slope
shouldered a poke snd tbs steel truss on
each axle, and is the beet wagon on
wheels. For sale by Peters A Stewart.
a IC BEST THING OUT,
the Acme Harrow and no farmer oar.
well afford to be without it. It ia the very
beat clod ci usher and pulverizer, leaving tbe
ground aa level aa a barn floor. Sold only
by Peters wart.
TT OPE AND CHAIN,
nr all aiaes. as well as hslter obaina.oow
vhelne,' dog obalna, rope halters, etc., for
ale pyre-tore die wan
Administrator's Notice .
NOTICE is hereby aiveu that the under
signed haa been duly appointed Administra
tor of the r state of Jane Gilmore, deoeaaad,
y the County Court of Linn county, state
of Oregon. AU persons having claima against
aid estate ara hereby notified and required
to present tham to tne Administrator at
Albany, Linn county, Oregon, within aix
months from the data hereof, property
verified as by law requned
Dated this 26th day of Marcn. isso.
E. J. Lacking,
Bids for Sister's School,
Bids will be received st our office in
thla city until April 5th. 1886 for bulldin
the Sister' School in tola olty. Plana an
erjoolfloatlons can be seen at our office.
The party receiving the contract win
furnish all material, and will be required
tc uire bnndd for the faithful performance
of tbe contract,
ZEYSB JSC M C HST K 1) I.K II .
A A. ROBERTS, PROP'R.
(Opposite Peters A Stewart's.)
Keeps a first-class supply of good meats
of all kiuda, at bottom prices,
They Have Arrived,
For men and boys at
L. E. BUM'S.
"We now have a magnificent stock of
new and nobby suits for
S Men and
for Spring trade, better than ever,
rhe patterns are neat and attractive.
We feel justly proud of this stock,
selected with care from all markets,
and take pleasure in showing them.
THE HAT STOCK
is choice, direct from Philadelphia
comprising All the Spring Novelties.
THE SHOE DEPARTMENT
is now complete, the largest and nicest
stock in market.
We can't enumerate
Have many novelties and all the
staples. Look at our
75-cpnt UfllaumlritMl Shirt,
the best ever offered in this market.
CELLULOID COLLARS AND CUFFS
in the different styles. These goods
are bought at lowest prices, and will
be sold the same way.
We have a large, new line of piece
goods in our
Nobby suitings, fancy pants, etc,,
which will be made up in as good style
and as cheap as can be had in the
DEYOE & ROBSON,
Successors to W. H.
THRESHERS, ENGINES, WAGONS, HACKS, PLOWS,
HARDWARE, DOORS, SASHES, BUILDING
MATERIALS) ETC., ETC.
War BiSsWWllsTfSlfW nl -- . W m"n.
STEEL AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS,
FANNING MILLS, STEEL GOODS, FENCE Wl RE
And all Agricultural Implemeiifs used.
The largest and best variety of
FARM WAGONS, HACKS AND BUGGIES,
In tho central Willamette VaUev. Orjer
pUTLEBY OF ALL KINDS,
We keep the beet stook of cutlar in
the y ahey. Pocket knives and razors a
si oialty. Don't buy anything in this
uu wituout callmtr 00 ua flrt.
Prtkks a Stewart.
AINTS AND OILS,
Of all descriptions aold by Peters k Slew
fr n JUvai 3 solicits i ail promntlv
Mr Impsovko Hakb Skparatas
a double combined ntavhine.fXNaws
esU-eshoea, (instea i of one a i
machine of other mania"turera,
nine riddles and a larire independent
Bcreen. Each shoe is equal in mw
er and capability to the one in any
other mill, and by the operation of
the two double efficiency is secured.
My 28-inch mill will clean from 40U
to 600 bushel of seed grain per day,
according to th condition of the
pain, and wa guarantee that all
barelv, oats or other tout seed will
be thertmvfhly removed with com
I challenge anv mill to a contest.
I know that I can beat them, as my
mill has beaten every mill it ha
come in contest with, both in Cali
fornia and Oregon, and is th best
made, bolt being used whera
crews are used in others.
D CALEBS IN
FMd, YegGSablB aud Flower Seec?,
IMPERIAL EGG FOOD, GARDEN TOOLS,
FERTILIZERS, ETC., ETC.
209 Saoond Street, bat. Salmon aod Tay or,