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About Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1888)
For Fall and Winter
In making my announcement for the Fall I beg to call attention to the
DRY GOODS In tUi department my stock is unusually Urpoaud complete.
Di"m goods lu all the leading styles ; sood shades for Fall Winler-goods
selected from the beat Eastern and Foreign importations. 1 ho latest novel
ties in trimmings and buttons, shawls, blankets, some extra gaod values ja
white blankets, table linens, towels, etc.
CARPETS My ooUpl-oJ facilities for sWffmi; carpet lias onal.led mo to
make iarge purchases in this department. lean show a fine . hno of Ingrains
t low prices, some choice patterns in Doily Brussels and iapeatnes. 1 am
making carpets a leading branch cf my business.
RfiiVTS AND SHOES I carry the larest line of Boots and Shoes io the city
and I IS!; paid Is, """attention to getting the good best su.tcd to ihis trad
and I can show a fine line of goods. I keep in BtotL the best makes in the
country, and have endeavored to get a Hire of low price goods that I can gnar
anteo to give satisfaction. Anything in Boots, Shoes or Rubber? for men, wo
men ani children cja be found in this department. It is in fact a shoe store
PRfifiERIES I om giving special attntion to keeping a full Hue of Staple
FncV Groceries, uncolored ttas.roastod and ground coffees, canned fruits, th
latest specialties in breakfast Rofc etc.can .11 be found in this department.
Pure, fresh goods nd good value for monty is ny aim.
I would especially call the attonticn of pa-ties laying in thoirJFall
supplies to my large stock nf
FALL AND WINTER GOODS !
1 am betterjpropared than ever to meet their wants. In all de
partments I am preparad to meet the
Growing Demands of Linn County
City of Albany,
And ask a thorough inspection of ray stock.
Samuel E. Young.
First-olaas goods at bottom prices is waat the pnblio wants. These I have
atjmy store in this city. Bought at Bankrupt sales I can sell my stock of
consisting of dress goods, gentslfurnishing goods, clothing, etc,
Cash or goods will bo paidjforjall.kinds of countryjproduce.
A story Is told of a political speaker In
the recent campaign who began his re
marks by quoting from the Bible, "In the
beginning God created the heavens and
the earth." "Xow," said he, "let us have
this understood, for unless we do, some
one will claim that the republicans did it."
Mrs. Polk,who was mistress of the White
House over forty years ago.is in her eighty
fifth year, and though more or less feeble,
she is in comparatively good health. In
walking she takes the arm of her maid
with one hand, while in the other 6he car
ries a gold-headed crutch cane. Mrs. Polk
pays no visits, but she goes to church every
Sunday, and has not misled a communion
It is more ami more patent that apple
growers should spray their apple trees with
sprayings of London purple or Paris green
in solution to protect them against attacks
of the codling moth. Proof A.J, Cook uses
fortius purpose one pound London purple
to too gallons of water. Profitable apple
cuiture depends largely upon successful
combat with insect enemies.
The battle is not over. The monopolies
have won a victory.but at a fearful cost to
themselves and to the country. Their tri
umph will be short lived. The forces of
selfishness, ignorance and corruption will
not forever prevail, A reaction wiil come
that will grind them to powder. It will
come sooner than most reformers deem
possible to-day, as they contemplate the
disaster that has overtaken their great
By selecting the best animals and seeds
of the best plants a constant improvement
will be the result. By neglecting to do so
both animals and plants will degenerate.
There is a tendency to always revert to the
originals, which can only be prevented by
the careful selection of the hardiest, most
perfect and beat adapted to climatic influen
ces. Every fanner in the country cas as
sist in the work of improvement by giving
attention to these matters.
Government officials assert that the de
mand for oleomargarine for consumption
at home and abroad is steadily increasing.
The average monthly production of oleo
margarine, as shown by the internal reve
nue records for the last fiscal year, has
been 2,860460 pounds, compared to an
average monthly production of 2,711,828
pounds during the eight months immediate
ly following the passage of the law and pre
ceding the fiscal year lSSS. The quantity
withdrawn monthly for export averaged
140,516 pounds, compared to 120,536 pounds
during the preceding months, While there
was an increase in the production and dis
tribution of oleomargarine during the fiscal
j ear ended June 30, 18S8, there was a fal
ling off in the number of persons engaged
in the business.
PfRE Teas. If you want a first-class
article of teas gotothe Willamette Packing
Co's. store, their German mixed tea is just
what every one ought to ue, as it is first
class tea nnd warranted to give satisfaction.
The democratic party has the consola
tion that It alone of the two great organi
zations could afford to lose j its opponent
had nothing to fight for but the offices. The
protection cause was only a pretext that It
would have deserted in a twinkling had
there been anything to gain by such a
course. It was shouting for tariff reform
four years ago, and its leaders have begun
to do so again since the election was over.
The sincere adyocacy of a good cause by
the democracy must tell in time. The
eternal verities are not to be knocked out
by a temporary obstruction.
The Bartlctt pear has been grown for
over 100 years, and no new variety has as
yet equaled it. It is,however,more subject
to blight than some kinds ; but Its excel
lence places it at the head of the list, fol
lowed by the Seckel, which is also an old
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ished, Address, Tbe Singer M'fg Co.
J. A. Akcuiuu.d, Agent,
A. J. ROSSITER.V. S.
Graduate of Ontario Vetariniry
Is proparod to treat dissasos of all do
mestle animils on sclentlfis principles.
Residence and ofBco two doors east of
Opera House, Albany.
DR. Ca WATSON M ASTON
Physician and Surgeon.
Office opposite the Democrat Office.
STOCKMEN AND FARMERS
I hereby certify that Dr. I. N. Woodle
has successfully operated on my ridding
horse, ISAAO HAYS.Xi
For further reference In regard to ridg
ing Inquire of Wm. Peterson, Dave Pe
terson, LebiTinn 1 John Hardman, Alfred
Wolverton, Albany ; Sam Gaines, Sclo ;
Wm. Foster, Prinevllla. I practice veter
inary medicine In Albany and country
surrounding. Office and residence corner
6th and Washington Sts.
I. N. WOODLK,
Secretary Fairchild in his annual report
says : 'I cannot too strongly rep eat my
recommendations of last year, to reduce
taxation and as far as possible, without too
sudden disturbance of existing interests, to
make this reduction In customs taxation, to
the end that the people may get the great
est possible benefit from the reduction.
Beside the vexed economic question as to
whether the country can make Itself pros
perous by the tariff, whether it can increase
the relative average comfort of its whole
people by diverting a portion of its labor
and capital from employments which could
be most profitably followed under most
natural conditions, thereby making the
necessities of life more costly than they
would be otherwise,there is a higher moral
question which may well be asked, and that
is, can a government be kept pure and free
which, through the agency of its laws, offers
vast pecuniary temptations to some kinds
of business ? There are many indications
that this question must be answered in the
negative. There are many proofs that
large classes of other business men have
come to depend for success upon their skill
in the manipulation of Government agen
cies rather than upon Industry .intelligence
and honorable competition. It is not Im
possible that the eagerness for money
which men assume comes to them only
through Government may lead them to use
an ever growing proportion of their gains
to possess and influence the supposed
source of their wealth ; and will not the
endeavor to make men rich soon become
the chief function of our Government ? Is
this not already the case ? If these dangers
exist, if they are not overestimated, then
can it be doubted that the true welfare of
the people calls for the rescue of the Gov
ernment from private business f Steps
should at once be taken In that direction!
always, however, let rr.e repeat, bearing In
mind the interests which have become es
tablished under the present lawn, to the end
that they may not suffer unduly while ben
cficent reforms are made."
L. E. BLAIN'S.
Rubber Coats and Boots, Shoe
OVERCOATS, Fine Assortment,
Pea Jackets-Chinchilla. Astrachan
Pull Line of Duck Suitings,
ALL GRADES WOOLEN OVER SHIRTS
Big Stock Cardigan Jackets.
HEAVY MERINO AND ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR.
Winter Gloves and Mittens
ALL WEIGHTS LEATHER BOOTS AND SHOES.
UMBRELLAS, HATS, ETC.
List but not least a large stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS