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ALBANY OR., SATURDAY,DECEMBER J5 8.
UOLDEN IHJLK IIAZ.4AIC
3y all means silicon
Successors to John Fox, or your
ProflucB, Mei Goods, Etc., Etc.
Their goods are the boat and their prices
has a splendid assortment of goods for the
consisting of a nice selection of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
DIAMONDS, ETC., ETC.
Gold Headed Canes.
New assortment all kinds of jewelry.
REAL ROGER BROTHERS
Albany Soda Works,
ind Manufacturers of
We are ow prepared to Mil at whol
sale, always fresh and pure at Portlmd
irices to dealara. We also keep a,.fLll
Nuts and Tropical Fruits,
I CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
Comer BroalalMn and First Sts.,
Canoed Pratt, Cannnrt Meats.
Dried Fruit, Vegetables,
In foot everything thu. is kept In a gen
ral variety and grocery store. Highest
market price paid for
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
H. J. Misthorx, Prss.
' 8. Fa hk a r, Vud Pro(.
B. S. Coon, S c.
U. 11. .UOJKKA TtfUl
M.BANY, . - . OREGONJ
CHAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR.
'"ted un In first-lass style. Tables
"Pplled with the bet In the market,
"ice sleeping apartments. Sample rooms
f commercial travelers,
"Free C laris t aa 4 fr.ia Ike H.tel.-
I Cash Uocsa Lonj Way at Julius Uradw our
I have made arrangements for buying
goods direct from the factories in Europe,
and will sell at wholesale or retail, cheaper
than any where else on the Pacific Coast.
The following are some of my cash retail
'A dozen unhandled teacups and saucers.
54 dozen unhandled coffee cuds and sau
cers, 45 cts.
S4 dozen h andled coffee cuns and sau
cers, 50 cts.
H dozen seven Inch dinner plates, 45
These tmatt.ari nil rnn slnnp IMna ami
not a cheaper grade of poods. These nrir.es
are for 30 days.
TheOregon LandJ Company
Organized fo? tho purn-mo ofhuyinjr and falling reil
mutt, tilverltsliiK WilUuwtto Valley in .11 or the
leadlrn i.ewnf,era o( the United HUUw. Binployins
MuKrn agents to direct home flwker to tho willum
tta Vulloy, nnd h iina ntfontfl In all the principal
tovns of iurinn, Polk, I .Inn, Us n ton, ('lackamM and
Ymhlll cuintirtft, trt il In tiiniLiiitr iinniitrrnntit.
Oflie In the Tal Buil-lin; one dor west of
1100301 A DICKINSON, M inaeis,
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEFOE & ROBSON
Cheaper than you can buy them in Port
land. Will sell a good grade of Brussels
carpet for 60 cents; a heavy three ply car
pet for 75 cents, and two ply carpets from
40 cents to 50 cents. Carries u large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A. B. McIlwain
If yon want a clean and fine smoke ask r
J. Joseph's home made white labor cigas
For sale by most cigar dealers and at
A splondid stock of library and hanging
lamps just received at Wallace & Tn omp.
How is your appetite ? Are you nervous
or irritable ? Are you subject to billiousness ?
Dr Henley's Dandelion Touio works wonders.
It makes the weak and sickly strong, builds
up the whole system and puts new life and
A fine line of holiday goods for onr eroek
ery department and marked very low in
Wallace & Tn )MP))K
Wheat, 74 cents.
New fall goods at Read's.
See those new jersies at W. F. Read's.
New ribbon all shades and styles at Read's
All lines of boys kilt suits at W. F
Fine line of bread kneading pans at G W
Another lot of Hull cheese at Brownell &
A large stock of lifting force pumps at O
Goods at eost at M. J. Monteith'f, at the
old Young store.
Go to A. B. Mcllwain's and ask to see
those $6 suits for men.
In a calm sea every man is pilot. In dry
goods W. F. Read is leader.
If you want to save from 10 to 25 per cent
by your goods of W. F. Read.
Six shaves for a dollar and a clean towel to
every customer, at Thos. Jones.
Buy your tickets through to the East
W L Jester and save fare to Portland.
A complete line of heating and parlor stoves
at G W Smith's, no better in the valley.
The cheapest place to buy men's under
wear in me state is at A. B. Mcllwain's.
W. F. Read can and will sell drv goods
cheaper than any bouse in Albany. Call and
seo ior yourseir.
All the latest novelties in mtlliuery goods
at E ana C Howard's. 3xll and see them,
Io trouble to snow goods.
The line of Pacitio and Roval Argands at
G W Smith's is a large one. These are among
the best cook stoves made. See them.
Goods not sold for less than cost, goods not
given away. But good honest goods sold at
reasonable profit at W. . ,li,i ,
Julius Gradwohl is now making a special
ty of crockery, faney goods and silver ware.
of which he carries a large and select stock.
His silver ware is 1847 Roger Bros, his stock
of orockery is the best in the market and his
line of dolls and children's play things gener
ally is complete. His prices are the lowest
on the coast.
baa tho most complete line of furniture in Ihe city, consisting of
Parlor Suits, Upholstered Chairs, Bed Chairs, Bed
room Sets, Walnut Center Tables, Walnut Ex
tension Tables.Dining Tables.Tin Bed Lounges,
Single Whatnots, Carpet Chairs, Folding
Chairs.Fine Mirrors from 75c. to $12,Fine ,
Wicker Wood Baskets, Fine Wicker
Work Baskets, Cornice Poles, Gilt
and Nickel Door Mats and Bugs in
many Colors and Sizes, and
and I am rellti-g i limp at the very lowest Bed Rock Prices and goods er no sale.
WILL BROS, New Wash House.
Leo Chioamsn, who lived in this town for
Dnalors in nlUlieUtest improved Pianos many year and was so well liked by every.
Orgi:, Snwini? .Mt.ihlnni, Ouns Also body has returned and will open up a new
a full lino of warranto-. Kiznra, Rutcuer wash house tho lirst of September, one door
and eoekot KiiivN. Thn heit kin I of south of the Uevero House. Lee doeafgood
fwwlng invhiil( oil, needles and oxtras, work and wants everybody to get their
for all manhines Ail repairing neatly washing done bv him
and reasonably done.
", ,un ,,. " COUNTY TREASURER'S NOTICE.
CARPENTER AND JOINER. : Notioei. hereby given that there. fund.
The niidersigne 1 Is prepare ! to do (all in the County Treasurer's otBce of Linn
kinds of work in his line iu flrst-olass or, county, Oregon, to reduce all outstanding
der and with promptness. Address P. O warrant;. Interest on all warrants cease
box 87 or call at corner of 9th and Maple from this date,
troets. Dated Deoember Gth, 18S8.
I. H, Smith, h. Farwei.l,
TIN WARE AND HARD- PAINTS, OILS AND
WARE OF ALL KINDS AT BRUSHES AT!DEY0E
DEYOE & ROSSO N'S, & ROBSON'S.
MAKE HASTE SLOWLY.
Those who assume that the result of the
late national election gives a general war
rant for the the Increase of the cost of the
necessaries of life to consumers, would do
well to make haste slowly.
A carpet combine to advance the cost of
an article that is very general use; an oat
meal trust that has nearly doubled the cost
of a very common article of fuod, and a
coal combine to throw miners into idleness
and advance fuel that Is a universal neces
sity, are the early steps toward a general
arbitrary control of prices to consumers
Those who interpret the national verdict
as an approval of the concentration of
capital to opress the great mass of the peo
ple, know little of the temper of the coun
try and less about the political revolutions
which nowcome swiftly to punish con
tempt for the popular will.
The imperative necessity of to-eay is to
cheapen the products of our industry with
out cheapening the wages of labor, by
greatly cheapened raw materials for our
mills and workingmen. That is the lirst
step toward cheapening the nccessrries of
life ; and if political leaders of the successful
party are wise, they will take a prompt de
parture against monoply control of prices
and in favor of cheaper products.
Above all, let those interested make
haste slowly in Increasing the burdens of
consumers. There is no country of the
wolrd that taxes Its labor so oppressively as
does our own, and the greed decentralized
capital is to day the gravest peril to the
coming administration. Make haste slow-
We ars closing out our stock of boots and
shoes, and to show you that we mean what
we say quote you a few of our prices
Ladies' best French kid button shoes at
$4-35, regular price, 5.50, none better in
town; ladies' extra quality French kid, but
ton, at $3 75, regular price, $5.00; ladies,
good French lid, button, at $3, regular
price, $4; ladies' bright Dongola, Dutton.at
$275, regular price, $3.50; ladies' bright
Dongola, button, neat and good, $2, regu
lar price $3; ladies' American kid, $2, reg
ular price, $3; ladies' American kid, $1 .25
regular price, $2; child's oil grain button
school shoes, from $1 to $1.20; a few pairs
of ladies' rubbers, 30 cents to 40 cents;
men's rubbers, 50 cents; also a large as
sortment of men's boots. Come nnd see.
Brownell & Stanard.
Removal. Misses E. & C Howard
have moved their millinery store into rooms
in the Pearce block over J. J. Dubruillcs
narness snop, wnerc nicy mvue uiu unu
new customers to call on them.
ah yinAmnt wnoten dress oroods are 25 cer-
cent cheaper than they were a year ago. Our
stork is all fresh, consequently we can give
verv ow prices.
1 W ran
Wide Ikdioo Prints A large Invoice
of the above goods has been received, and
will be sold at reduced prices. They are de
sirable patterns and are a bargain.
Samuel E. Young.
We Want, Your butler and eggs and
will pay you cither cash or trade for it.
IlROWNF.LL & STANARD.
Dr;ss Shoes. A fine job lot of men's
shoes, 100 pairs, all different, No 7's, best
in the city, at G W Simpson's. They
range in price for from Si. 50 to $3.50
about half of the regular price. No such
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes. -In this line w
have always shown the very best goods to
be found in the markets of America, the
knife will be put to goods in this depart
ment as they must go. Ca.ll and sec for
CURE FOIt NICK IIEADACIIC.
Thmn want . rinlv fl,r RHlOlWieW. Pimpl Oil
tho facf , a-iil a suro cure lor i:k hovl.cho, .k Dr.
Ou'M and Hon, th. Druilf, for llr. tiei.ni'i Live
Pill., try a Uom, samples ire 'un uox .o.,
Dn. HO N4N KO
in his new discovery for Cnnsnipptinn, sue.
coeded in producing a medicine which ii ac
knowledged by all to be simplv niarvelnnr.
It is exceeding pleaant to me ineie. per--.,
im.i.lo... nnrl iW. not sicken. In all
esses of oases of Consumption. C nghs.Colris
Whooping Congh, Croup, Bronchitis, ard
Pains in the Chest, it has given universal
satisfaction. Dr Bnaankn s Cnngn ana Liung
Syrup is sold at 00 cents ny Mr uuiss a. oon.
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob
son's. Special bargains
) TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
A Conductor Killed.
La Grande, Or., Dec. 14. A Patterson
a freight conductor on the O. R. St. N. met
his death to-day near Kamela, on the Blue
Mountains, under circumstances peculiarly
sad. He had stated out on his last trip prior
to promotion to a passenger train, and had
reached Ihl fit, mmil nt lha m.tntainB In
safety. Leaving Kamela.thesrain had gone
only about four miles, when, having occa
sion to go to the engine, he fell between
tWO Cars, whit fh rrnin urs. in rnnM
tion, and sustained injuries from which he
.11 muuui iwo nours. io external in
jury sufficieni to produce death, but it is
supposed the real cause was from the shock.
A Big Offer.
San Francisco, Dec. 14. It is stated
here that Capt. John Howard,of theschoon
Rossario, has telegraphed East to the
stockholders there that he would bring the
Yaquina Bay vessel safely into this port
for $60,000. Most people think this offer is
absurd, as if she could be floated, the sum
is too large a one for the job. The Ya
quina Bay was worth $'75,ooo.
In Honor of Columbus.
Washington, Dec. 14. Gov. McCreary
hupes to getthrought the house at this ses
sion a bill to provide for adermanent expo-
sislon of three Americans, in honor of the
400th anniversary of the discovery by Co-
luiuuus. me Din is merely preliminary
in its provisions, authorizing the president
to appoint a board of nine directors to
formulate a plan for the explosion, and ap
propriating $25,000 for the expenses of their
San Iose, Dec. 14. At a mejting of
leading business men this evening it was
decided to Incorporate a company to bore
gas and oil in this valley. The capil stock
will be $100,000 divided into 10,000 of $16
San Francisco, Dec. 14. The steamer
City of New York, which arrived from
Hung Kong and Yokohoma to day was the
first steamer which has arrived from the
Orient for a number of years without a
single Chinaman aboard bound for this
London, Dec. 14. It is rumored that
Gsman Digna In his letter expressed a wil
ingness to surrender Emin Pasha and his
white companion, provided England would
agree to abandon Suakim.
Christmas Coming While hunting for
holiday presents do not fail to call at Will
& Starks and examine their fine stock of
goods,consistingof gold and silver watches,
chains, fobs, earrings, breastpins and jew- -
elry generally. Also silver plated ware,
clocks, etc. There are no more suitable
presents in the market.
Superior. That Is the name of the
stove at G. VV. Smith's attracting so much
attention. It is a splendid cook stove.
New raHens, currents.citron, lemons and
oranges ruceivcdat Wallace & Thompson's.
Skates. A full line of new akates just re
ceived at Stewart & Sox's. Just the things
for Christnss prosents for the buys.
Boots and Shoes. Call at A. B. Mc
Ilwaln's and see the ladies' kid and pebble
goat shoe, for $1.53, former price $2. so
A Democrat man has seen the shoe and
can pronounce it a remarkably cheap shoe
for the former price.
W will soil ton g-'ocories chmpsr tha
any store in town.
Ehow.neli. & Staxard.
M.mteith & Seitonbach'a gro-it closing sale
will en&ble nil to buy auy Hue of goods fully
50 percent, less than auy other s'-ore in the
Itchmif Pileiaro known hv milsMiro like -jsplr
ion producing a very iltaairroo.hle iU-hiriK artef
iiig'warm. This rorm an wll as Ulinu, lllemlj-g anil
protruding Pile", yield at once to tlie apnllcation of
Dr. noBanko-a Pile remedy, w.iloh aola uimaly upon
thr p.rts affected, absorbing; Ui. tumor, alluing the
Intense itching and oftYetinir a perniaiie' t i-nro. UI
canta. Andrew The Dr Boaanko "divine U , Piau . -O.
bold by Dr, C'iiaand Son.
Wiiiter w'aps, are not reserved in the
g eat rale, Thi will he the greatest nipor-
unity ever ollWed 10 buy a i.iylUli wr.ip tt
STEWART & SOX'S.
SUPERIOR LINES OF
PLEMENTS SAT DE
YOE & ROBSON