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ALBANY OR.,FRIDAY,DECEMBER 28,1888.
ha splendid assortment of goods for the
consisting of a nice solectien of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
DIAMONDS, ETC., ETC,
Gold Head9d Canes.
New assortment all kinds of Jewelry,
REAL ROGER BROTHERS
C. J, DILLON & CO.,
LUMBER, FLOORING, RUSTIC, ETtf.
General Job Work, Dressing and
Sawing Lumber, Repairing,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Special advantage to purchasers of
Factory at loot of Lyon Street.
By all meant llon
Successors to John Fox, for your
Produce, Baked Goods. Etc., Etc,
Their goods are the best and thclr,priooi
Albany Soda Works
And Manufacturers of-
We are mow prepared to pI1 at wholi.
sale, always fresh and pure at Portliod
prlcas to dealers. We also keep a full
Suts and Tropical Fruits,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
HOW, TO GO EAST.
Ga East vU Mount Shasta Ronte. Nice
climite and saonery at all times nf the year.
See Monnt Shasta, Sacramento, Ogden, Salt
Lake, Danver. Finest second-class cars
made are run daily. Buy your tickets of me
and save your fare to Portland. I am the
only person in Albany that cn sell yon a
ticket from Albany direct to anv point in
the United States. Cull nn me for rater.
W. L. Jester,
Agent S. P.
FOSHAY & MASON,
-T13LI.UI AlfD MTA1.W-
Druggists and Booksellers,
Agents for John B. Alden's publications,
whioh we sell at publisher' prises wita
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOE & itOBSON
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
Cash (io Lous Ways at Julim 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 unbundled teacups and saucers,
dozen unhandled coffee cups and sau
cers, 45 cts.
'A dozen handled coffde cuna and .
cers, 50 cts.
'A dozen seven inch dinner plates, 45
ThcSC 700dE are all irnn etAn. r'Ul-. 1
" -'"-i'ci grime 01 goous. 1 nese prices
are for 30 days.
A floe Hn.nf hnTM.o ..,. 1. - 1
- mj s ,1 1)fr uur urUCK
ery doparlment and marked very low in
Wallace & Thompson
' m m m
Chenner than vm, , K.... tu. i ti ...
, .mi uu mem in x uri-
land. Will SPlI a crnru! -.!.. I) I.
" t fc.1""- WSBCl.
carnetfor6o cents: a hisv tl,,-. i .....
pet for 75 cents, and two ply carpets from
ty .cul.. arnc u large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A. a. MclLWAIN
Winter wrati. ar tdawmul 1--
creat sale. Thi. will w hg i,M.fu,
unity ever offered to buy a stylish wrap at
Kiln Dried FLOORi.NG.-Good kiln dried
flooring at the Springfield lumber yard In
Dandruff i. nrnholJ AnA U . j:rn
-- 1 j " wijUiio uiuai uiui-
cult diseases of the scalp to care: but Du-
uv,u uover tans w remoye it per
manently . Soreness after shaving is instant
ly relieved by its use. So'.d by Foshay &
fVbeat, 70 cents.
Mew 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 O W
Another lot of Hull cheese at Brownell &
A larce stock of lifting force pumps at G
A full line of Christmas candies and nuts
will be kept by Brownell & Stanard.
Go to A. B. Mcll wain's and ask to see
those $6 suits for men.
1. . ... ...... i. Tn
I goods V. F. Read is leader.
If yon 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 ston
at G W Smith's, no better in the valley.
The cheapest place to buy men's under
wear in the state ia at A. B. Mollwain's.
W. F. Read can and will sell dry goods
cheaper than any bouso in Albany. Call and
seo for yourself.
All the latest novelties in millinery goods
at -E and C Howard's. Call and see them.
No trouble to show goods.
The line of Pacifio and Royal 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 oost, goods not
given away. But good honest goods sold at
reasonable profit at W. . .tutu
Julius Gradwohl is now making a special
ty of crockery, fancy goods and silyer-ware,
of which he carries a large and select stock.
His silver ware is 1847 Roger Bros, bis stock
of crockery is the beat in the market and bis
line of dolls and children's play things gener
ally is complete. His prices are the lowest
on tbe coast.
A UEC1!A'1CAL CUKE FOR HICCOUGH. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
has the'most complete line of furniture in (be oic consisting f
Parlor Suits, Upholstered Chairs, Bad Chairs, Bed
a ) ft Jets, Walnut Center Tables, Walnut Ex
tension Tables,Dining Tables,Tin Be? T.oungcj,
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 Rugs in
many Colors and Sizes, and
and I am selling these at the very tawf sfc Bed Rock Prices and goods or no tale,
wwmMBtiismnmnraiiBiiiMK&MJBa winiiiFWWtTl III !WMMMIsj.JIdM.UIMlsjl
WILL BROS, DR. C. U. CHAM BERLIN,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
p3-ilHce corner of Third and Lyon St,
ALBANY, OREGON. .
" Dealers In all the Utest Improved Pianos
Organ., Stwinic Machine., Hons Also
full line of warranto I Razors, Rutoher
and t-ocket Knives. Th beit kind of
sowing inauhln oil, needles and extras,
for all inanhlnes. Ail repairing neatly
and reasonably done.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The nnderslgne.l is prepared to do (all
kinds of work In his line in first-class or,
der and with nromDtnes. Address P. O
box 87 or call at corner of 9th and Maple
TIN WARE AND HARD
WARE or' ALL KINDS AT
DE' OE & rcbsoc;
', . i , i .-,. 1 1 1 1 I trisa I s that
; , I 1 t ill tlU'l S Fo
il . i : . il r si rkmen
at . 1 1 . i'i i ' tinuonable
ti i' ' t'iree
!..;; ' wil be
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEYOE
Procure a glass of water and pour a lit
tie of it down the patient's throat. While
he is drinking the water he should press
finger on the orfice of each ear. By this
method you open the glottis, and in five
seconds the thing is done. Should you.by
any chance, meet with an obstinate case,
you may rest assured that throat and ears
were not closed at one and the same time ;
either the water was swallowed before the
ears were thoroughly stopped.or the water
was not sufficient to fill the throat. Anoth
er precaution Is to keep the chin well up
This cure was obtained from an old In
dian medical officer,who had experimented.
for some years to discover a method of re
lieving the terrible stage of hiccoughing
in yellow fever.and this cure was the out
The fact is apparently overlooked by the
Southern advocates of an educational test that,
when it was established in Massachusetts a gen
eration ago, the men who could not read at that
time were excepted from its operation, and so
remain to this day, their cases being specially
provided for whenever necessary in any new
legislation. Thus the election law which is to
go into operation in Massachusetts next year
provides that "any voter who declares to the
presiding election officer that he was a voter
prior to May I, 1857, and cannot read," etc,
The policy now proposed in the South appears
to be to disqualify all who shall be unable to
read at the time the change goes into effect.
This, however, is not a fatal objection, provided
sufficient notice is given say, a year. Any
man can learn to read within a year, and the
fact that he would lose his ballot a year hence
unless he could then read would be the strong
est possible incentive to his doing so. Even in
a State like New York, which allows men to
vote even if they cannot read their ballots, the
shame felt at the confession that he does not
know what the letters on a ballot mean is said,
by people n-ho have had good opportunities for
observing the matter, to stir a good many men
to learn to read. The motive would . be, of
course, a hundredfold stronger if a man could
not vote unless he could read.
We ars c'osing c" 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 Vid, button, at $3, regular
price, $4; ladies' bright Dongola, Dutton.at
$2 75, regular price, $3-.1o; 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 Si to $1.20; a few pairs
of ladies' rubb, cents to 40 cents;
men's rubbers, 50 cents ; also a large as
sortment of men's boots. Come and see.
Browxell & Stasard.
Itchuijr Pile i aro knoj br miL'.iira like tr.fir
Ion, producing a very d:sairree.ble itching alter
ing'warm. This form as well a. Blind, lileedirir and
tirotrudinir Pile., yield at once to the annlicati'jn of
r. Bosanlco's Pile remedy, w.iich acta directly upon
th. p.rta afTocted, abanrbms; tbs tumor, allaying the
Intense itching anil effecting a pami.nert rnrc. &0
cants. Addreea The lr Uounko iMIuine Co , Piqu
O. Sold by llr, O'll'S tllll ll.
Highland, Clackamas Co.. Or,, March 20
1 have aulFurrd with a disease of the kid
neys for 6 or 7 yrarn and for the last two
months havo been laid up with a pain iu my
back. A friend sent me a sample of the Ore
gon Kidney Tea, and having used it une
week I can do a good day's work. I have
derived more benefit from it than from all
the meuioincK I have ever taken.
J. Q. Newbill.
Sold by Fosh.iy & Mason.
in his now discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded in producing a medicine wnich ii ac
knowledged by all to bo simply marvelous.
It ia exceedingly pleasant to the taste, per
fectly harmless, and docs not sicken. In all
caaes of cases of Consumption. Cougha, Colds
w nooning C0112I1, Croup, Jjronchitie. and
Pains in the Cheat, it has civen universal
sstiafaetion. Dr Hnsankn's Cough and Lung
Syrup is solctat ou cents by Dr Guiss & son.
Delccate women whs complain nf a tired
feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire
to sleep, dirzineaa, paioful or ruppre.aed
menstruation, will find in Oregon Kidney Tea
a faithful friend. It can be relied upon in
every instance to give immediate relit-f from
nritiary troubles. Thousands of wmntt are
suffering every day from some disorder of,the
kidneys or liver, who might be permanently
cured by uainir Oreann Kiduey Tea. Sold
by Foshay ft Mason.
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob-
sn's, Special bargains
A Honey Making Scheme.
Walla Walla, Dec. 27. During the past
year claims for stock killed in the lonir rut WMf
of Touchet aggregating a large amount have
Co. This is bemmintr ct rronnoni .U. . t.
killed always being sworn to as blooded and
vaiuauic, mai me company became sus
picious, and for some time past Detective E.C.
Campbell, dismii&vl a wwi s.knnn.. u i
. t vuviJLiGi. Mao uccil
at work in the neighborhood where the cattle
Wednesday evening a warrant
lor Albert Horn, ami l-I..nl. TJ-II r j ...
lldll whs issucu at
1 ouchet, and served on them while they were
nrinLinrv in . . ...
- "b ." .".""mix saioon in tins city, the
iomer being here tp obtaiu a marriage license,
and the other to be best man. A third party,
with them in the morning, is also wanted, but
could not be found.
A Big Income.
New York, Dec. 27. At the
meeting of the directors of the Lake Shore road
this moming.it was decided to raise the annual
dividend frnm A . . a i: t..
- r win. iu 3. jvccoruingiy
the regular semi-annual dividend'of 2 per cent,
and an extra dividend of 1 per cent, was de.
clared. The other Vanderbilt lines declared
the USUal riivirlAiwla Tn .11 .11. ,1 I- i.
, .11 an uiviuciiiu were uc.
clared by the Vanderbitson nearlygioo.ooo.ooo.
Electricity From Coal.
Akron, Ohio, Dec. 27. Thomas Edison
says he is now working on an invention whereby
electricity would be produced direct from coal,
dispensing entirely with boilers, engines, dyna
mos, etc., now required. Besides, he says, it
will use nearly the entire heat of coal instead of
only about 5 per cent., as is done by the pres-
Washington, Dec. 27. Senator Mitchell
has secured the passace in the senate nf the hill
which had already passed the house to provide
certain arms and ammunuiou and equipage to
the state nf rirwn fnr ,'is n:i:,:. ru. u:n
now in the hands of the president for his signa-
Anl Old Time t'icud.
Detroit, Dec. 27. A revolting case of
brutality is reported at Reed City, Mich.
Mrs. Swarthout, a photographer, has been
arrested for maltreating hernlece. She is
charged with having lied the girl's legs
with a stout cord, then putting In a stick
and turning the cord until the child would
become almost unconscious with pain. She
would also cord her tongue in the same
manner until the skin burst. Mrs Swarth.
out has been bound over to the next term
of court, and in default of $icoo bail lan
guishes In jail.
Ellensdurg, W. T., Dec. 27. Real es
tate In Ellensburg i livelier than ever
known in the history of the place. O'Con
nor, of Elmira. N. Y the man whn nnm.
inated Hill for governor, and other New
if orkers.arc making large purchases in a II
parts to-dav. Sales to dav amounted to
We Want, Your butter and eggs and
will pay you cither cash or trade for it.
UROWNELL 05 STANARD.
Dress 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 lor trom 81.50 to $3.50
about half of the regular price, No such
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes. In this line w
hnve always shown the very best goods to
be found in the innrkets of America, the
knife will be put to goods In this depart
ment as thev must ln: Cull nn.l ft.r
iuonteitii a: Seitenbacii.
We will sell you g-oceries cheaper than
any store in town.
BROWNELL & STANARD.
Mow i ynur appetite ! Are yrm nervous
or irritable ? Are you subject to billiousness ?
r Henley s Dandelion Xomo works wonderr.
It makes tlio weak and sickly stromr. builds
up tin whole system aud puts new life at d
cillery in you .
Boots and Shoes. Call at A. B. Mc
Ilwaln's and sec the ladies' kid and pebble
goat shoe, for $1.50, former price $2.,o
A Democrat man has seen the shoe and
can pronounce it a remarkably cheap shoe
for the former price.
CURB FOR SICK HEADACHE.
Dnyou wont a remedy tor B'liouaneaa, Ptmplea en
the taw, a U a aura cure lor aick headache, aak Dr.
Gu'ae and foil, the Druggist., for Dr.tiei.nl'a Live
Pi 1 la, try a doae, aamplea free full box 25 cent.
SUPERIOR LINES OF
PLEMENTS AT DE
YOE & ROBSON