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STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT
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R. 3. STRAHAN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Albany , Orfion.
WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE
Courts of thin State. Will Rive
special attention to oolleotiona and probata
tu attar. , , .
Office In Foster's new briok. 49tf
"lTh7 mont anybT
VTTORNEY AT LAW,
Office upstairs, over John RrlsrjrV "tore,
at street. TlinMtf
J. E. WEATHERFORD,
iTTORNEY AT LAW,
ITTILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS OF THE
Vf guto. Special attention given lo eollecUona and
rebate mt tor
In Odd relliWt Temple. fUrl
I. 0. FOWILL. W. R. RILTBP
POWELL & BI17YEU,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
And Solicitors in Chancery.
a. I. It ANY. - - ORKGOM.
Collections promptly made on all point,
Loan negotiated on reasonable term,
jstrofflce In Foster's Brlok."a
J. J. WHITNEY,
attorney And Counsellor At Lav
Will practice in all of the Courts of
ihlsState. All business Intrusted to him
will be promptly attended to.
E. W. LANCDON & CO.,
Books. Stationery and Toilet Articles, A
Lanr 8took and Low Prioea.
OITTT T3RTJQ- STORE,
lyl 4LB1WY. SKECOV
FOSHAY & MASON.
WSOULAIS ASS SBTArir
Druggists and Booksellers,
Agents for Jobn B. Atden's publication,
which we sell at publisher's prices with
posts gt added.
Stationary, Toilet Articles, Etc.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFELLT FILLED,
have the best atoek of nroiiure in the
city and w 11 sell
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap,
The only stock of
in the cits- and the lowest price in the
Valley. Come and see.
A complete stock and can give SATIS
FACTION. Try me.
A. B. WOODIN.
t'oraot viral snd RUaworth Albany, Orcgca.
Mueller & Garrett, Prop'rs
Thia now Hot.' I fitted up In flrat el a, atylo. Table
mpplied with the tieat tb market affords. Spring
Beds la every Room. A good Samp! a Room for Com
al ardai Traveler.
tWYrrr l oach t .nd from otcl."W
Tho First Term will commence on
Tuesday, Sept., 15th, 1885.
for particulars concerning the course of Study and
he prtoo of tuition, apply to
BV. J. C. WYCKstrr, rre.idest.
Aloany Bath Mouse.
fSJlSO UBitrilUNED WOULD RB8PKCT
tally ;iform the citisens of Albany and i
iVa'ity that I havetskoDchsrfSofthit Establish
nunt.ani, by ksspiBg lan roonti sad psyin
itrlst Attsntlon to basiossa, expects to suit al
iois who may fsvor us with thsir pstronags
fJaTtsK harotofora osrriod on nothing bat
Flrst-Class Hair Or sssintr Saloons
expects to (ire oatir satlsf lion tc si
AVar0hldtsa snl liodlos' Hair nontly -s
Tsstssaj fO WBRW P,R
DR. J.L. HILL,
Physician and Surgeon,
OOee -r"'. Flrrt.nd F.rry StrwU,
AltMY - - OREGON.
O. O CHKWUV.
c.it.ir dstii s
CHERRY & PARKES,
(Successors to C. C. Cherry.)
Machinists, Miilwriglits, and Iroi
K HAVE OUR NEW SHOPS AT-L
f V complstea, ana are now preiiww
hunrfl.. all Itind; of hfiSVV WOrk. We Will
msmufsuYtnra Steam En urines, (inst ana
of . . Ol
Saw Mill Machinery, and all kinds of Iron
and Brass Castings.
PATTERNS MADE ON SHORT NOTICE.
Special attention given to repairing all
kinds of machinery. Will also manufao
ture the improved Cherry A White Grain
A capable man or women of immense
norgy to take the agency of this or some
ether county for the "History of Callfor-
la." To the right party It will pav from
"100 to 300 per month. Address F, Per-
on, Manager Occidental Publishing Co,,
30 Sutter St., San Francisco,
CT JACOBS Oil
For Pain zwffiSL
Wt CMseLB A. TSSSMS Ce..BtlT1MaBK. .
JVee from Optntrt, EmtHes emst JWeets.
rnuivir i .
AT Pr..ir t IK.i ...
YHK CMASLBS A. TUWKLKK CO. BALTlSOSB. SD,
And every specie ol Itehlas; and
Hnrains Dlsesrae Cured by
ECZEMA, or Salt K ho urn. with airnnlslne- iUhlnv-
and l.umihir . insUtillv reeved hv rm hath with
Culleura S4-p and a single application ol Culleura,
th. trrtmt akin Cure. This rSSSStM daily with two
three doses ( CuUcura Reaolaant, tha near
purtrtrr. to keep the blood cool, tb. perspiration pure
and unir ttattnS, tha bow e la open, tha liver and kid
ney active, will speedily cura fcVsema, Tetter? Ring
worm, Psoriasis, Ut hen. ITuntua, Httald heed, dan-
Irus and every iitvu-, ! Itching, eraly ami pimply
huniora of the scalp aud ski.i, when tha beat physt-
ane all known rented tee fait.
Will McDonald. VAX Dearborn at reel. Chloao.rraU
fully arknowiedicv a our. of Ecaaota, or head, neck,
face, artua and leg. for eereateea year., not able to
walk eaeepl en hand, ami kaeeo far en year ; not able
to help hiutarlf for eight year. , tried hu'tMred. f rent
iaa; soetor. iintiunoeU hie caaa kopeteaa ; p..
nenllr cured by Culh-ura Keaolvent ibtno.1 purifier)
and BuUcura and t'micura Soap ( the grwat akin cure.)
Charlaa Hooghten, Em., lawyer. ?a Stats Street,
Boston, refjuf te a coae of tocsn under hat c beenra
i. on lor ten yeare, which covered tha patient'a body
and limb., and U which ail known -net hod ol treat-
wen applUd without benefit, which eu
mml aidely bv tb Cutictira UawadlOB
leaving o clean nnd htal'.hy tkln.
Mr. John Ttii.i, Wilkeatjure, Pern, write : I have
Uicrcd from holt Khcuru for eight year, at
had that 1 could not attend to my buainoM f
at s tin... Three bote of Cuticttraand four bottle.
Rasoltant have enUrely car.! me of thUdrendfui dia-
Phy.iciana Preecrltie Them . I ha entiling but tha
bighoot praht for the romilt obtainwi front your CsM
eora Kt un .1;.-, of wh'eh 1 have aoU mnr than of all
other. th. kind.
MONRO ROM D, M. O.
MO S Bro-d St, Khiladelphst Penu,
Are aidd by all druggiett. Price: Cl flora A, BOe ;
Rssocvext, si ; Soar. tSc Pvrraa Intro ass Cnu
KAb i Boston, Maes. Bond tor "How to Cure
Kkio Din mm "
PiTAIlT'KV ,h" """P'lon and akin by astaf
the CbTtciRA SoAr.
Rhoaaaatic Neuralgic. SciaUo.
Saarp and Noreou pain abtab
lated by the L'uticu'a Ants Pain
perfect antidote b. pain and inffa
New, Original, Infallible. At DruggiaU, fas
MISS EMMA SCHUBERT
OPPOSITE REVERE HOUSE.
AND POULTRY MARKET.
HILTON HYDE, Proprietor.
Fresh fish always on hand. Cash paid
for ohickans sud game.
First Street, next door to Jos. Webber's,
wnTrpir u uraY,v alvon that the un
derlined has this dav been duly appoint-
a1 Atr-iriirratnr of t.hs estate Of J
Jenes, dsceased, by the Ceunty Court of
Linn county, Btate ot uregon. .n F"
sons having claims against said estate are
hereby notified and required to present
tbem lo the Administrator at his residence
near Miller's Station, Unn county, Ore-
rrnm within ill months frOU! IllO dStS
hereof, properly verified as by law re
This 5th day of March, 1886.
J. A. Jones.
Administrator of estate of S.T. Jones.dec'd,
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
"Wo. tu lain u ton.
from osr regular correspondent.)
Washington, March 19th, 1880.
No one bis had Anything to gala
by tho Sonata's party fight but Sena,
tar Edmunds of Yarmont, Ha hoped
to obtain through It a safe ra-elocthm
to tha Senata next fall. This ha baa
probably accomplished, but all hit
adroit little schamca for managing
tha controversy hava tailed Ignorolu.
ioosly, through the president's adhe
sion to sound policy, good precedents
and his constitutional right and duty
la the prtraises.
Everybody was getting tired of tba
useless debate when suddenly In tha
midst of a Republican Senators speech,
Senator Back I u fused some new in
tercet into IL Ha aaaatted that
Dusk In was unfit to hold office, that
tha Vermont Senator knew It, and
that tha papers ware called for in hit
case because It was thought tha Pros.
Idant wautd comply, and a precedent
be thus established.
It was shrewdly believed I hat as
Duskin furnished a bad example of
an official appointment under a Re
publican President, this Democratic
Administration would fall Into tha
trap laid for It by tha reeeJutloe, which
would make Mr. Edmunds master of
tha situation and thus enable him to
roam at will through the antecedents
af alt other cases.
The Kentucky Senator aaid that
everybody knew that Dusk I u waa
nominated In March, 1881, and tha
Senate did not see fit to confirm him.
He was again appointed after the ad-
journmeot of the session, and nom
inated at tha October term of the
same year, and Mr. Edmunds bad
not felt Justified in reporting him to
the Senata for confirmation. When
he bad finished thia atatement a pro
found alienee fell for a few mlnutea
upon the surprised Senators. Than
Mr. Edmunds arose with an exprea.
alon atniost of pain upon hie faee,and
turned up n the Senator who bad
dared, as he aaid, to betray the Sen
ate's secrete by speaking of tnts mat
ter in enan session. Mr. Beck lo.
staotiy denied halog violated hla
duty. "The record 1 nnd tha public
papers,' said he, "show three nom
inations of Dusk in, aud It is because
the Senator from Vermont knows
that he la unworthy that the papers
were aaked for, becau-o be expected
to entrap tho Depart men r.
Mr. Edmunds again Insisted that
tha Senator was out of order aod ap
pealed to the chair lo enforce the
ruies. The Chair mildlv honed that
he Senator from Kentucky would
see the distinction between public and
privste itaslons. Hi had an un
doubted right io public facts but
Mr. Beck, (Interposing,) remarked
that ha bad,aod that he would prove
neit diy by the pres of the country,
aud by the records of the Ilouie ot
Representatives, ail that he had as-
sorted. Ho also boiod In Executive
session to get a vote of tho letiat ut
compel the Sent tor from Verm rut tu
product t-videncvj vhich was before
hia own committee to show Duakin's
unfiines, He hoped lo prove that
this effort to mike ao ia-ue in regard
to Dusk In waa because Dusk in's case
was so bad tnat it was believed the
Democratic Admnialrtion wonid be
glad to prove how bad he was, and
that it could then be claimed as a
precedent in good esses. "Aud I
hope to prove," continued Mr. Beck,
"that this move, made with such a
flourish of trumpets well, I will not
say what I expect to prove, for I
could not do It perhaps In parliamen
Mr. Edmunds claimed to bo great
ly shocked by what he claimod to be
a violation of rules on tho part of Mr
JleuK. lie said be would hve to
leave what the Senator from Ken
tucky had said In utter silence,
Whatever other gentlemen might
choose to do, he could not violate his
"oaih" or his "honor" by alluding to
what the Judiciary Committee had
or had not d no un I! he should have
Senator Beck whh not to be impos
ed upon by tame conventionalities,
and when a question of honor wan
burled at him, ho grew warmer,more.
gesticulatory, and stepping forward a
little raised his powerful voice higher
"The Senator from Verraont,"said
he, "speaks of my honor, and oath
and Integrity, and compares them
with his own. I am willing to stand
by the comparison. Whatever I say,
I say boldly and openly. I do not
believe in secret ways. I do not be
Hove In hypocracy, or in circumvent,
ing ar ybody." Mr. Beck had more
respect for the man who meets his
enemy In the open field aod either
knocks him down or takes a fair
knock-down himself than he had for
the man who stabs his brother under
the fifth rib while shaking bands
with him and asking him, "How is it
with thee, my brother ?"
He proposed to have all the pro
ceedings in March 81, Oct. 81, and
Dec. 81, and all the papers filed with
tha Judiciary Committee, of which
Mr. Edmunds Is chairman, and all
the proceedings had before that com
mittee bearing on the Duskln esse
made public, so that the country
could Judge whether he 'had told tha
truth or net. If he had not fatal fled,
he wanted a chance to prove it, since
comparison hod been made between
the oath and honor of hlmelf and tho
Senator from Vermont.
TK M'fSf.R'H ISaTITI TK.
Foitewieg is a anopaia of President
Stanley's address delivered before the
Institute in this city last week :
"In the world there is nothing great
but man and in man there is nothing
great but satad. The problem of prob
lems is man. The life foroe of and in
man ia one of tbe mysteries of these
latter times. The steey of pbyaioa!
man ta now attracting tha atteation of
all scientist. After this comes tbe
raeotat man. Tien comes tbe social
man. The oegle-ot to cultivate aod ad
noatsi the sooial man is destructive of
tbe true man. Of the education receiv
ed in oer common aobeola the social is
net tbe least. What accomplishes the
social polish of a youog man ia tbe fi io
tion caused by tbe contact with society.
The education of tbe mental man, un
fortunately, has been heretofore tbe
ohief object and purpose of our school
work. We Amst ieaos here gone to
seed ao te apeak on mental discipline
and mental education. Tbe moat im
port ant period io tbe education of any
man is that when he receives bis pri
mary educatioo. In alt tbe rural dis
tricts we have hoard it said that tbey
have all small children and bancs do
net need a very wall qualified teacher.
But experience shews that tbe primary
acbools should in fact have tbe best
teachers, boo suae here tho foundation
of the mental and physios! man ia iaid
and if the fonodatt n work is not well
done tbe while fabric will be defective.
fb physical education must come fitst.
A sound mind can only exist in a aouod
body. Professional training far pro
foaeioaal toacbors is now wbst should
be fully developed. Tbe prwfeaaioua as
now viewed by tbe world are placed io
tbe following order : Law, Medicine,
Divinity, Pedagogic i. B I. tbe reverse
of this is tbe real order in order of im
portance. Teachers abould entr into
tbeir profession for life. Mjio ;ban
tbree-f jn-tba of all tbe teachers of tbe
oouotry are fetneiee. Is it unfortun
ately they do not cottaeerate themselves
to the pr.ifeeeioo ss a life work. The
ocbo:l district that feeds that it can not
employ a professional teue'ier m sires a
great mis.ske. The line, eotoimtent,
pr feaional teacher will do more real
go-sd work in a atoaih than the Ineom-
pecsmt can in aix tu-mibs. Let every
achr tike f r ht in tu, 4 icceed or
R bb, of Sbedd, in.ro iuoed
of ' Primal y Reading."
Th primary teacher abould never scold.
One essential of tucceae is eye culture.
The exemplification of bia theory of
teaching primaty schools waa interest-
!ng and instructive.
Mr. Walker thought time should be
spent io correcting on)y faulty pro
nunciation instead of devottug too much
time to mere tsctsaioalities. Mr. W.
A. McGhee agreed mainly with Mr.
Walker. Mr. Wirt was opposed to
pronouncing "e" in tbe word "tbe" aa
the abort sound of "u."
Mr. Walker entertained the Institute
with a blsck board exs roplification of
tho way of reading character from phys
iognomy. Mr. Sutherland presented the aubjeot
Character the End of Eluoation."
Cbaraoter is ef greater value than all
things else except the seul. In order
to develop character tbare muat bo a
foundation upon which to build. Thia
founditiun ia the perfect, sound phis
Miss Estella Howard delivered an
interesting address on "Kindergarten
end Object Lessona aa applicable to the
Prof. Wyckeff, of Albany Collegiate
Institute presented the subject of 'Raad-
ing in the Public Schools." Tho ad
dress was replete with the results of
the apeakers long experience in school
Prof. F. M. Mitchell preaented the
subject ef "History" in a very practical,
Prof. Walker believed that history
abould be taught assigning topioa to
each member of the class. Divide the
leasoa into topics and in this way tbe
subject will be easily exhausted.
M. A. Miller agreed with the last
speaker. History is too often lost sight
of by devoting too mnoh time to arith
Prof. McElroy insisted that lady
teachers should take part in the general
discussion of questions bnfore tbe In
stitute. Prof. Condit thought teachers should
FRIDAY, APRIL 9,
outline tbeir work in history. Would
divide history into periods. Then ao.
quire a general knoeledge of this pe
riod, after which go into the details of
progress, improvement and ao forth of
that peri xl. And thus continue with
all periods. The teacher must be a
gaeiui. Ha must be able to call to hia
aid a variety of methods.
M. 11. Brown, ef Brownsville, pre
sented tbe aubj-ot of "Tbe Neceeatty of
Rules in Schools. Tbe speaker believ
io the general rule, "dw right." But
cinu instances would require tne adop
tion of rules.
Prof. Reid believed lo rules for
aahoota. All aeseciatioes hava miss.
Churches, todgee, politiosi psrtie, ali
have rulea. Tbe punishment of a pu
pil establishes a rule. He found tbe
rules adoptsd by tbs state ioard for
tbe government of our public schools of
great assistance sud tboni(ht they should
O. P. Cashow presented the subject
ef "Book-koeping" io a moat practical
way. Believed that hook -keepinp
should be tsught in our schools. Tbe
address abounded with thousbts for
reflection, and was listened to with aa-
An interesting discussion on tbe sub
ject of "The Binding force ef Rales
and Regulations adopted by tbe state
Prof. W. K. Walker introduced the
subject ef "Mental Arithmetic. ' Tbe
discussion following developed Ibefsct
that there ia great lack of nae of Mental
Arithmetic assong teachers.
J. B. Wilt believed in leaching Men
tal Arithmetic at a very early age.
Tbe aabjeot of the 4' Necessity ef Eng
lish Literature in our Schoo'a" was
presented by M. A. Miller. Tbe ad
dress waa interesting aod was received
with iotereet by tbe Institute.
Rev. Dr. It viae talked wuh much
interest on the aubject of Mental Arith
metic followed by Prof. McElroy, W S
Walker and others.
The questions in the qusry bof were
than read and answered by tbe query
box committee. After which the critio
reported, followed by !; "trnmunt.
Tbe Institute ws Opened uli pray
er by the Rev. Dr. livine, of A nr.
Instrumental a.l Miss Anna
Yeeal duet by Miaare Ettie St nee
and Jennie Rader.
Recitation uy Miss Mamie Hyde.
Vocal duet by Mtseea Veil Fiindt
and rtie Houston.
Recitation bj Mies Nina Parker.
Rssvdiog from Burne by Prof. W. S
Walker, ef Brownsville.
Prof. T. F. Campbell, of Cjrv.lhs
Agricultural College. then addreee ) tbe
Institute upon the subject of "Improve
ments ot the Methods of Teaching. "
The martial (leriod ef maakind prior to
the fifteenth century gave way to tbe
intellectual period which marka tbe era
t the age of progress and scientific de
velopment. More progress i a been
made in tbe present century than ia tbe
provisos thousand Tears. The common
school ia an institution of tbe present
century. In tbe progress of improve
ment in our methods of teaching, we
have arrived at the point at which a
teacher oan not obtain a school unlee
be is a saodel man, or alio a model wo
man ot good moral character. We
have learned that there ate other ways
to govern schools thau by ptysicd force
Tbe great secret of discipline now is
love. The teacher must bo firm, must
be moral, modest men.
The Democratic members of tb
Ohio Senate, looking unto tbe Senate
at Washington for tbeir cnsatnpls,have
'bang up" all of Gov. Forsker's nem
inationa. A press diapstch,tnspiied by
Republican feeling over this unexpect
ed move, saya that "this unusual per
formance is likely to aubjeot the Dem
acratic msioriiv in tbe Senate to tbe
" es sf
ridicule of the oountry."
It seems probable that the Ohio Sen
atorc oan besr the ridicule which their
"performance" promises to bring tbem,
absut as long snd as well as the Repub
lican Senste at Washington can stand
it. The latter haa "hung up" the ap
potntmsnt of a new Poatmaatsr made
for Columbus by Mr. Cleveland, and it
ia not bard to conceive that what ia
"aauce" for the Republican "goose" may
proee exoallent "gravy" lor the Demo
The Confederate Veterans are con
tributing to the fund of Gsneral Has
cock's widow. With the soldiers on
both sides the cruel war has been over
twenty years and more ; it ia only the
bloody shirt politician, who kept snugly
in the rear of the war while fighting
waa going on, that oan' t be made to her
llese in the restored amity of the sec
tions. Almost every newspaper cunuios an
article beginning, "The flowers that
bloom in spring." After one discovers
that is is nothing but a patent medicine
advertisement he is tempted to exclaim,
"Oh,bother the flower that blooms in
the spring 1"
Great oare has been taken in our selections, both as to quality and pri-
M our Goods 'are any better than ow&m
petitory, we know that they are just as fresh and as good, and we will
Oaffi WZJ a8 re1Preseed- Our stock was purchased for
Spot Cash, and wo propose to sell as Cheap as any house in the State, and
Put the Knife to Prices
Until the Out will neet wheat at 60 Cents per bushel. We have in stock
a iuil line of
Diy GOODS, Gent's Furnishing GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES,
HATS, CAPS, &C.
Orders from a distance will be promptly filled and samples seat upon ap
plication 1x5 taken. y
N. H. ALLEN & Co..
ALBANY, OREGON, MARCH 6, 1886,
What Edmund te trytr-g to do is to
annex the Pieaidency aa a Mdcshow to
The Dkvim r at has just received a copy
of the Settler' timide by Henry Copp, the
land lawyer of Washington, D. C It will
tell you who U entitled to enter land ; how
continuous your residence muat be ; what
improvements you must make ; what affi
davits vou must awear to ; all about con
tests and on what ground they can be com
menced ; also about State lands, stone and
timber lands mincr.il land desert entries.
aallne, railroad, coal, townslte, and other
ands ; scrip, warrant, and other cntric,etc.
It purchase will save vou money snd
trouble, a erroneous statements circulated
bv conversation among settlers may II acted
upon, cost you a contest, perhaps your land
and improvements. Price 2$ cents.
SI Ike Kay.
Big things are expected on the Bay, as
the following from the Pott indicates :
The rush from the valtev to Yaquina has
onlv commenced, and vet the inquiry is
constantly made : "Where do so many
people come from ? Thus early in the
season it 1 found that our tsotel accommo
dations are entirely too limited we cannot
entertain one-half the people w ho desire to
eat and sleep here ; and it this i the cae
now, what will it be in a month from ihi
time, when the traveling and sight-seeing
season comes in ?M
THE CI US BSE MUST GO.Tkrtv
yog me wiii do -work ef all kinds, mwig
ifand, jritrdemtmr, etc. Leave orders at t(,wt
Oreeon Kidcev Tea cares all kidney troo
Tell Veer aeitjabar.
Tell your neighbor who 1 not already a
subscriber to the Democrat that we wilt
furnUh him the Weekly World.the best me
tropolitan paper In the country, and the
Democrat, the beat local paper in the val
ley, both for $J. This U a marv el of cheap
ness. Call at thi office for a specimen copy
of the World.
The Meat Aareeable
Aa well as the most effective method of
dispelling headaches, colds and fevers, or
clean tin at the system Is by taking a few
dose of the pleasant California liquid
fruit remedy Syrup of Fla. 5no and $1
bottles for sale by Voshay Maaor,,uang
don A Co.
Parties making final proofs of claims either
through the ftoseburg or Oregon City Land
Offices, can have the same published ia the
Democrat bv so notifying the Register at
either of those places. Friends of thia paper
will confer a favor by considering thia when
they make oat their final claims.
Syrup of Figs.
Manufactured onlv bv the California Fig
Syrap Co.. 8an Francisco, Cab. is Natures
Own True Laxative. This pleaaant liquid
fruit remedy may be had of Foshay & Mason
I W Langdon and Co., at fifty eenta or one
dollar per bottle. It zs the most pleasant
nmnht and effective remedy known, to
cleanse the system : to ant on the Liver,
Kidnevs and Bowels gently yet thoroughly'
n Gianni Headaches. Colds and Fevers : to
cure Constipation, Indigestion and kindred
AGON WOOD AND HARDWARE.
Poters A Stewart have neck-yokes and
slnele-trees. ironed or unlroned, neck
voke irons, single-tree irons, nib irons,
felloes, spokes, ax trees, etc., all for sale
-TARDWARK OF ALL KINDS,
Axes, mattocks, brash honks, pioks
ahnvAls.KDades. forks, grindstones, wheel
harrows, wringers, ropes, and almost
everything you want, can be bad onesp
for casn s reters otewari.
I. CASE PLOv3.
This famous plow Is well known in Linn
County. The chilled and steel ptowa are
wall made from the very neat materia
and are warranted to do as good work and
cour fully as well as any otner pi ows
Peters A Stewart are tbe sole agents.
Now being received 1y
haying concludod to close out Mi business, now offers Mr entire stook ot
STOVES, RANGES, HEATING
AND COOK STOVES
together with his entire stock of
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WARE
As this 4s a gennina cloiiui oat, iot h tha time for hoasewif
o replenish their kitchens ani dairies with ware.
TW STBSI KI8ECH
statements of acoounta of subscribers
with the Dkxoc iat have been place-1 in
the hernia of agents tbr tugh the county,
ao that subscribers desiring to see either
bow tbey stand, or to settle for the same,
can do aa by calling on tbem. Thia Is for
tbe convenience of both subscribers and
the Democrat. Those desiring to pay a
year In advance and get the "American
Farmer" ene of the best sncaltoral pa
pare In the U. S , oan do ao with our
agents. Call on the following gentlemen
at tbe places named :
O PCoabow Brownsville.
R Kheltou . Hcio.
F M Mdler... Lebanon.
Sam Mav HarrtebnisT.
I F. A. Walts - - Shedd
A Pretty Woman's Secret.
Fear of discovery, whoa she ivsort to
false hair and dye's, is a soutvc of eon
slant anxiety to her. The very prr-i i
from whom she most dedrc to hil- i i
waning of her chunns are the oih mwt
likely to mnke the diseoverv. ltul tin
is no reason why she should not rc;:tn
and retnln all tbe beauty of heir that was
her pride in youth. Let her nee Ayf.m's
IIjUr Vioor, nnd, not only will her lmir
cease to fall out, hut n new ; lowth wiil
appear where tlie sculp hits ! 11 th niuh d ;
nnd locks that arc turninir pray, or have
actually grown white, will return to tin ir
pristine freshness and britlbtucc of color.
AYKlt'a llAUt Vigou cures
CrKOttOR Mayer. Flatonia, 7Vr7. v;is
bald nt 23 years of tt!:o. ns his imi:lu -s
had been for several gcncrr.tion. Ono
bottle of IlAin Yif.au started n growth of
soft, downy hull ail over his scalp, which
soon became thick, loug, aud vigorous.
Ayeis Hair Vigor
It Ref ft Oye., bu by healthful stimulation
of tho roots and color gluuds. speedl y
restores to its o; i . .hud color ludr that is
Mrs. Catherine Deamv.u, jpbfaj of
h'ock.t. Ml., had her hair raddettiv
blanched by fright, during tho late tixll
war. Ayer's Hair Vigor restored it
to Us natural color, snd rondo It softer.
gkMsier, ami more abundant than it had
Which cause dryness, brlttlcncss, r.nd falb
Ing of fuo huh, dundrutT, itching, ami
niinovhvr sores, are nil quickly cured Ly
A ye'r's'Hair Vioor. It cured IIerrrkt
BOYI, Minneapolis, Minn., of ititolc:
nhlo Itching of the Scalp; J. N. CAR
TER, JR.. Occomihi, Va., of Scald
licutl: Mrs. D. v. S. Lovelace, .oco
litceville, AV., of Tetter Sores; Miss
Rnsata II. Bedloe, Burlington. Fly of
Scalp Disease and Dandruff. To -pidltv
or tho roots of the hair, which, if
neglected, mnv result in incurahlo bald
ness, s readily cured by Ay Kit's IJaiu
A Toilet Luxury
Ayer's Hair Vigor has no etruai. It
U colorless, cleanly, delightfully per
fumed, nnd haa tho effect of milking tho
hair soft, pliant, nnd glossy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Must.
Sold by nil Druggists.
STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT,
THE BEST ADVERTMN8 MEDIUM
IK TEE WILLAMETTE YALLlf.
Special busiiiese notices in Local CcJ
uruns lb cents per line. Hegular LeceT
notices 10 cents per line.
For legal and transient ad vertrefaaaeta
II 00 per equarc for the fire Iaieertsesuand
W) cents per souare for each suRseqboBt
Hate for other advertlsemfnts made
known on application.
First Street, Albany,
SEW PROCESS FLOt R RCTSCIOR FOR
AXO BAREKS 1'SR.
Highest ; Price in Cash fo
w as v a
ALBANY d m
Manufacturer an 1 Oaaler in all kinds a
8 First Street Aibaav, Or
C. K, WOLVBRTON, O, H, IB VIM R,
W0LVERT0N & IRVINE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ajar'O'Hco up stiirvs in Fro man's Brick
One hundred ami forty
Rlilaa above Lebanon. 40 aores ii
tivatton. 10 acres slashed and sown te
srrass. Comfortable dwelling1.
PU r. r, t ...
outhouses. Cheap. Inquire
T. J. STITES.
ATTORNEY AT L.AW
DR. I. H. WO IDLE,
Office at Rohmee ? Stables.
ARN DOOR HANGINGS,
Are always breaking, unless you have
tbe kind sold by Peters A Stewart, of Al
bany. They are made ot wrought iron
cannot jump the track and will last a ilfis
time. Don't hang another barn door un
til you have seen them.
N. J. HENT0N,
Notary PuMg and Insurance Agent,
0- F. BUILDING - - ALBANY, OB
Represents several of tlo Ibest ' Tire In
snrance Com panics on the Coast. Call ca
him for reliable insura&oe.