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ALBANY OR., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27,1888.
UOLDF.X MILK HAZAAIt.
has i.splondld assortment of goods for the
consisting of 8 nlo6 selectien of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
DIAMONDS, ETC., ETC,
Gold Hsadad Canes.
New assortment all kinds of jewelry.
REAL ROGER BROTHERS
CJ, DILLON & CO.,
LUMBER, FLOORING, RUSTIC, ETtf.
General Job Work, Dressing and
Sawing Lumber, Repairing,1
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Special advantage to purchasers of
Factory at foot of Iyou Street.
By all moans salmon
Successors to John Foxt or your
Produce, Baked Goods, Etc., Etc,
Tholr Roods are tbe best and their prices
Albany Soda Works
vnd Manufacturers of
PWe are mow prop are rt to Mil at who.
Bale, always froab and pure at Forth nd
riricen to dealers. Wo also keop a full
fluta and Tropical Fruits,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Cali (ioe Lin? Way at .liiliui r
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
i dozen unhandled teacups and saucers.
M dozen unhandled rnffi rune on
cers, 45 cts.
'A dozen handled coffee cups and sau
cers, 50 cts.
'A dozen seven inch dinner nlntra. . r
cts. ' '
These troodsar. all imn a
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
are for 30 days.
A fine HnOuf holidltf ann t. fnl .no ama!.
ery depanment and marked very low in
Wallace & Thompson
f ,'hennir limn vntt fm h.... tl r
land. Will sell a good grade of Brussels
iur uq ccnis; a neavy tnree ply car
net for 7C rents anH twn nli. t
, "v pt.t.o iiuiii
An rrntu tit r r-.ritj f. .-.-;-. 1 .. i : ..
t J -. . .... a tuigc iiiic
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
ft. u. otcilwaijj
great sale. This will bo the greatest oppor
tunity niw uueruu 10 ouy a etyiisn wrap at
Kiln- Dried Floor ixc-Good kiln dried
flooring at the SprinL'lield lumber vard In
Dandruff i. n.it,KI nna nf tl... . .i:rc
cult diseases of the scalp to care; but Du-
jpcuiu uuvor tans 10 remoye it per
manently . Soreness after shaving is instant
ly relieved by its nso. Sold by Foshay &
V beat, 70 cents.
New fall goods at Bead'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 O W
Another lot of Hull cheese at Brownell &
A large stock of lifting force pumps at G
A full line of Christmas candies and nuts
will be kept by Brownell & Staoard.
Go to A. B. Moll wain'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 yon want to save from 10 to SS.per cent
by your goods of W. F. Read.
Six shaves for a dollar and a clean towel to
every customer, at Tbos. lones.
Bay your tickets through to the East
W L Jester and save fare to Portland.
A complete line of heating and parlor atom
at U W Smith's, no better in tho valley.
The cheapest place to buy men's under
wear in the state is at A. B. Mcllwain's.
W. F. Read can and will sell dry goods
cheaper than any bouse in Albany. Call and
see for yourself. ,
All the latest novelties in millinery goods
at E and C Howard's. Call and see tbera,
No trouble to show goods.
The line of Pacific and Royal Argands at
G W Smith's is a large one. These are among
the best cook stoves made. Seo them.
Goods not sold for less than cost, coods not
given away. But good honest goods sold at
reasonable pront at w . . t . 1 ..
Julius Gradwohl is now making a special
ty of crockery, fancy goods and silver ware.
of which he carries a large and select stock.
His silver ware is 1847 Roger Bros, bis stock
of crockery is the best in the markot and his
line of dolls and children's play things gener
ally is complete. His prices are the lowest
on the coast.
mWTO CO EAST.
Go Rut vii Mmul Shasta Route. jNice
climate an l nooucry at all timus of tho year.
Sco Mount Shasta, Sacramento, Oden, Salt
Lake, 1 Djuver. Finest second-class cars
made are run daily. Buy yonr tickets of me
anil save vour fare to Portland. I am the
only person in All any that can sell you a
ticket from Albany direct to any point in
the Uuitol a:ate. Calipn me tor races.
W. I Jemtrk.
Agout S. P.
FOSHAY & MASON,
VimStlLS MS SSTilt
Agents, for John B. Aldan's publications,
which we soil t publisher's prices wita
SECURE PRICES. NO
'Trouble to show
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE!
has thomost complete line of furniture in the city, consisting of
Parlor Suits, Upholstered Chairs, Bed Chairs, Bed
r 00m Sets, Walnut Center Tables, Walnut Ex
tension Tables.Dining Tables.Tin Bed Lounges,
Single Whatnots, Carpet Chairs Folding
Chairs.Pine Mirrors from 75c. to $12,I'ine
Wicker Wood Baskets, Pine" Wicker
Work Baskets, Cornice Poles, Gilt
and Nickel Door Mats and Bugs in
many Colors and Sizes, and
and I am selling these at tlit vprv lowest Bp1 Rock Prices inn" goods er no ealp.
WILL BROS, DR- C. U. CHAMBERLIN,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Dealors In all the latost improved Pianos
Organ., Sewing Maohinet, Gum. Also
a lull Una or warramen ivazors, nmoiier
mi. I i-ni-ltnt Knives. The betl kind of
sewing machine oil, needlo and extra,
for all machines. Ail repairing neatly
and reasonably done.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The undersigned Is prep trad to do all
kinds of work tn his line In first-class or,
risr and with oromotnosi. Address P. O
box 87 or call at corner of 9th and Maple
I. K, Smith,
S-offlce ooi ner of Third and Lyon St,
nnounoes to his patrons And friends that
a now looted in his new shop in the Fo
& Mason Block aud with able workmen
ttend to his customers at as reasonable
as any other shop. As he has three
rooms runningU'iici thire wil be
- ting for baths
TIN WARE AND HARD
WARE vK ALL KINDS AT
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEYOE
The DesMoines (Iowa) Leader, demo
cratic, considers it not a little amusing to
see the unprotected republican farmers in
the West taxing themselves for the suppos
ed benefit, of a lot of protected democratic
workingmen in the East who vote against
protection and for "free trade." Come to
look at it, that sort of voting is a little
amusing.though too expensive for a steady
A gentleman wants te know upon what
authority we said in yesterday's Democrat
that a majority of i6,coo of the votes of In
diana was cast against Harrison. We
meant simply this, that in round numbers
there were 542,000 cast in that state, of
which Harrison received 263,000, or 16,000
less than a majority. His plurality over
Cleveland was 2300.
Kissing is oot permitted to form a por
:ion of courtship's episodes in laoan.Trulv.
no land under the sun is more in need of
Itchuiif Pile arc known bv miisnure lika irjsD.r
iuii protiuemjf tyerydia&irreeablo itching aCtei
injf warm. This form as well as Blind, bleed: t 7 and
protruding Pilea, yield at once to the application of
Dr. Boaanko'a lile remndy, w.iich act directly upon
the ptrtH affected, abs'rbing tbe tutuora, allaying the
intense itching and effecting a peroiiuert cure. M
cents. Address The Ur Boftitiko y41cir.e Co , Piqu
O. bold by Dr. Cuiss and Son.
Highland, Clackamas Co., Or., March 20
1 have suffered with a disease of the kid
neys fur 6 or 7 years and for the last two
months have been laid up with a pain in my
back. A irieoii sent me a sample of the Ore
gon Kidney Tea, and having used it one
week I can do t cood day s work. I have
derived more benefit from it than from all
the meoicines Ihaye ever taken.
J. Q. Aewbill.
Sold by Foshay & Mason.
DR. BO SAN UO
in his new discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded in producing a medicine which n ac
knowledged by all to be simply marvelous.
It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, per
fectly haruilesf, and does not sicken. In all
oases of cases of Consumption, Coughs, Colds
wnoopinc Uough, (J roup, tironchttis, and
Pains in the Chest, it has Given universal
satisfaction. Dr Knsanko's Cough and Lunc
a : 11 n 1. l.. rv. ,. . -- r,
ayrup 1a num si .juceuns oy ur U 1)183 Ci son.
Delecatn women wh 3 complain of a tired
feeling, pains ia the back and loins, desire
to sleep, dizziDesp, painful or suppressed
menstruition, will find in 0 ret; on Kidnev Tea
a faithful friend. It cap be reJied upon in
every instance to give immediate relief from
urinary tioubles. Thousands of women are
suffering every day from some disorder ofjthe
kidneys or liver, who miifht be permanently
cared by uHimr Oregon Kidney Tea. Sold
by foshay & lUasou.
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Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
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A Negro Riot
MEMI'HIS, Tenn., Dec. 26. A private letter
was received here to-night saying there was a
negro riot in progress in Lamar,Mississippi,and
asked some Winchester rides be sent on the
first train. Lamar is just twelve miles south of
Grand Junction, Tenn., on the line of the Illi
nois Central railroad. Every effort has been
made to get at the facts, but no response to
telegrams sent has been received up to mid
night. It is rumored that two whites and five
negroes have been killed.
Minneapolis, Dec. 26. Dr. Carver, in his
third day's shooting, broke, up to II p. m.,
7190 balls and missed sixty. His record for
three days is 26,535 balls hit, about 2500 below
the average of 10,000a day which will be neces
sary to insure success in his attempt to break
60,000 balls in six days. To-night his physical
condition is badr I lis head and arms are much
swollen and he suffers great pain. It is not be
lieved he will be able to continue to the end of
A liig Haul.
Truckke, Cal., Dec. 26. The country is
being secured for the robbers who plundered the
overland train Monday night, but no trace of
them has been discovered vet. Wells. Farco
& Co.'s representatives report the loss at S56,
000. The roblers refused to take a coin pack
age containing 510,500 saying it was too heavy
Nkw York, Dec. 26. Wmr J. O'Conner,
champien oars of America, arrived in the city
to-day, I le will start for San Francisco with
George V. Lee in two weeks to row JakeGau
daur for $2000 and the championship. O'Con
ner said that he would leave for Australia on
March 7 to row Searle champion of the world,
for $5000 a side and a cup.
An Excitting Accident.
York, Pa., Dec. 26. While a Christtma
entertainment was being held last evening, in a
hall at East Praspect, this county, the building
collapsed and 300 peeple were hurled with the
broken floor from the second to the first floor.
To add to the terror of the situation, the stove
set fire to the ruins. A large number were bad
ly bruised and cut, but fortunately there were
no serious casualties.and only n few were severe
A Competing Line.
Tacoma,W;. T., Dec. 26 J L Byron.here
from Chicago, represents capitalists of that
city. He says he will put on a new line of
steamers the coming season to compete
with the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Company '8 steamers on the lower sound.
The first will be built In Chicago and put
together here. It will be here the begin
ning of April. All the vessels wilt be built
like the propellers on the Great Lakes,
with a draft of six to seven feet.
Dr. M. H. Ellis, physisian and surgeon
Air-any, Oregon. Calls made ic city or
Farmers, if you want the bes harness all
and mule. o to E. L. Power, next to Dim
J. F. Wallace, Physician and Surgeon. Al
Drss Shoes. A fine job lot of men's
shoes, 100 pairs, all different, Xo 7's, best
in the city, at G W Simpson's. They
range in "price for from Si .50 to $3.50
about halt ot the regular price. Io 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. Call and see for
iWOXTEITH iY &EITENI1ACII.
We witl sell 3 ou grocories cheaper than
any store in town.
Mow is your appetite ! Are yon nervous
or irritable ? Are you subject to bdliouness ?
l)r Henley's Dandelion Tonio works wonders.
It mskes the weak and sickly strong, tuiilds
up th-j whole system and puts i,ew lifo and
Dojts and Shoes. Call at A. B. Mc
Ilwaln's and see the ladles' kid and pebble
goat shoe, for $1.50, former price $J.jo
A Democrat man has seen the shoe and
can pronounce it a remarkably cheap shoe
for the former price.
CURE FOR NICK II 11. 3 AC HE.
Do yon want a remedy for R'HouKew, Pimple on
tho fer, anil a iiirs eure for sick hmulitche, ask Dr.
(lu't. uid hon, lb. DnimtLle, lor Dr. Uei.nf. Live
Pill., try a done, .ample Ire. lull box 2ft cent.
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