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ALBANY OR., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5,1889.
C. J, DILLOK & CO.,
LUMBER, FLOORING, RUSTIC, ETo
General Job fork, Dressing and
Sawing Lumber, Repairing,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Special advantage to purchasers of
Factor at iot of Lyou Ntreet.
J. T. PIPE, PROPRIETOR.
FIRST ST. - - ALBANY, OR.
Will keep constantly on band bear,
mutton, park, veal, aausage, etc,, the best
moats anil largest variety in the city.
Cash paid for all klndof fat stock.
D, R. N, BLACKBURN,
Attorney at Law.
Roses a Specialtv.
emetery planted sad attended to
For haud maileharaess go to K. L. Power,
K M. French koeps railroad time.
tfVOVEB 6,000,000 Popl twlievo that It
a , ii i ly bent hi buy heeds
of tha largest and must tuiablo house, and uwy uiu
M. FERRY 4 CO. am
aekuowleddod to be too
in tho world.
D M. FfcnnT A Co'B
ti?e and Priced
Will bo mnilori FRCP
to all applicants, and
1 1 KM I. iiur'a miiiliitnnpi
Without nftinrinir it. ntviti.
In sslat.se. I ,i,0d d for ,t AitdrMs
D.M.FERRY & CO., Detroit, Mich.
By all moans sill on
Succtssors Io Join Fox, for your
Produce, Bake! Goods, Etc., Etc.
Their goods are the best and their, prices
Albany Soda Works.
And Manufacturers of
. U'e are how prop -trn;1 to poll at wi(b
sale, always frnnh and pure at Port li ad
f trices to doalern. Wo also keep a full
Nnts and Tropical Fruits, .
CIGARS AND TOBACCO;
""Dealors In all thn I tt Improve I Pianos;
Oriru:., swina: Mfhln'M, Uiini. Also
a full line of warranto I Itasin. Rntoher
and foo'tat KilivHi. Tho) bait kin I of
Hewlnir ina'diin oil, nindltM and extras,
for all iii-vfiino Ail repairing .noatly
and reasonably dona.
ISOM, LANNIXO & CO., PROM'S.
NET PROCESS FLOOR SUPERIOR fOR IAMIMKS
A!n BAKERS USE.
Highest Price in Cash fo
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEFOE & ROBSON
Attorney And Counsellor At La7
liiMK010- A,1,b-ineBii Intrusted to him
will be promptlya';tended to.
iVVature It fault leu and so Is that
noble discovery, containing only Na-
ture's own remedies, "The1
P P 1 1 M ri F D'Q
Tfi'i 1BLTJ j -a -1 UttflE
It is a benefit to the human race. KEEP UP
YOUTH, HEALTH, VIGOR by the use of
Pfunder'8 Oregon Blood Pikjieifq.
Quick and Complete Cure of all Diseases of
tne 8kin, Kidneys, Bladder and Liver. It
checks Rheumatism and Malaria, relieves
Constipation, Dyspepsia and Biliousneas,and
Ruts fresh energy into the system by making
w, ltli li Ulood. Take it in time, rlvht now,
asit ennnot be beat as ft preventative ofdisease.
told anil used everywhere. Ji a bottle. 6 for it
TAKE IT NOW.
KEEP POSi w
Wheat, 70 cents. '
New fall goods at Read's.
See those new jersies at W. F. Bead's.
New ribboa all shades and styles at Read's
All lines of boys kilt suits at W. F
Fine line of bread kneading pans at G V
Another lot of Hull cheese at Brownell &
A Urge stock of lifting force pumps at G
A full line of Christmas candies and nuts
will be kept by Brownell & Stanard.
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 V . tr. Head.
Six shaves for a dollar and a elcan towel to
every customer, at Thos. Jones.
Buy your tickets through to the E
W L Jester and save fare to Portland.
A complete line of beating and parlor stovi
at Gr W Smith's, no better in the valley.
Farmers, if you want the beat harness all
and msde, i E.L. Power, next to Oem
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 and C Howard's. Call and see them,
No trouble to show goods.
The line of Pacifio and Royal Argands at
Q 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 protitat V. . t . i
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, his stock
of crockery is the best in the msrkot and his
line of dolls and children's play things gener
ally is complete. His prices are the (lowest
on the coast.
-DEALER IN -
Confectionery, Cigars and Toll acco
All'fgoods sold at the lowest cash prices
and warranted to give satisfaction.
Butter and Eggs Taken io Exchange for Goods,
Subscriptions receive for all the leading
NEWSPAPERS AND MACAZWS
NEAR THE POSTOFFICE, ALBANY.SOR.
albany, - - - Oregon;
CHAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR.
Fitted tjd In first-class style. Tables
supplied with the best In tbe market.
Nice sleeping apart ments, Sample rooms
for oomuierolal travelers,
tyFree Caaeh t an J fr.m tta Mitel.Tl
TIN WARE AND HARD
WARE OK ALL KINDS AT
13. F. &1ERK3LL,
bia it k: b le,
ALBANY, - - - ORECON.
Rii i(.h.vi.tr on Sew York. San Francisco and
Bay notw, StVe. countv and e'.ty warranti. R
noli.. rirwMiLi aiiMnct tA rhtftflt. Interest allowed on
Collections will receive prompt attention.
Fire and Marine InsurAnt companies.
Governor Hill in his messsige to the New
York legislature used the following ringing words
for which he is jus.ly entitled to and will re
ceive the commendation of every honest man :
'The necessity of some chance in our elec
tion laws, whereby the increasing cormntion
which has become incidental to our elections
mayheprevented.is imperative. It is believed
that the late Presidential election was the most
corrupt of any in the history ol the country, so
iar as me direct use of money was concerned
in influencing electors, anil public sentiment is
naturally awaked to the desirability of some
relief. The peculiar causes which induced this
immense corruption are apparent. Anxiety to
suDserve seinsii ana private advantage rather
than the general interests of the public natural
ly led to the campaign being conducted upon
alleged business principles,whereby it is assert
ed that electors were lxmght and sold like goods
ana chattels in open market. It is claimed that
at least $100,000 were expended in the Twen
tieth and Twenty-fourth Congressional Districts
in this State, in efforts made therein to elect
Congressmen and to secure an election believed
to be favorable to the policy of fostering private
interests. So successful have been the recent
efforts at corrupting the ballot that good citizens
were led to doubt whether the full and unbiased
sentiments of the people would not continue to be
nullified through corruption whenevei and as
often as it appears that the interests of the people
conflict with those of monopolists, who, profli
gate with their money, are intent upon resisting
all interference with their selfish and arrogant
Governor Hill recommended that by joint
resolution the Legislature urge Congress to
adopt constitutional amendments regarding the '
Presidential term and provision for ex-Presi- 1
dents. Governor Hill's recommendations are:
First That the term of office of the President I
and Vice-President shall be six years.
Second That the President shall be ineligi
ble for re-election.
Third That the President shall, Immediately j
upon the expiration of his term, become a mem
ber of the United States Senate for life and re
ceive an appropriate salary. This amendment
shall apply to all living ex -Presidents.
There is some likelihood that congress will
pass a law repealing the preemption and timber
culture land law and leave all public lands to
be disposed of by homestead entry only.
DUtvt &:,, .Vui.ium .it 1 1 nil
Druggists, ot Rome, Ga., tinvs : Wo hove
been ffjlintr Dr Kin'a New Discovery. Elec
tric I'-i'tors and Buckleii't. Arnica Salve for
two $ ears. Havo never handled remedies
that sell us well, or jitve suuh universal tuit
isf action. Theru have been some wonderful
cures effected l.y tlmve m?dicitt! in this
city. Several caaeH of pronounced consump
tion have been entirely cured by use of a
few hotel' of Or King's New Discovery,
taken in connection villi Klfctriit Hitters,
We Kuarautee tiiem always. Sold by Foshuy
PAINTS, OILS AND
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COPYRUillTH for hnokn, charts, maps,
tc. quickly prucured. Address
IHUNX & CO., Pnlrnt Hollcllora.
Qenikal Orricx: 801 Uuoadwav. N. Y.
FOSKAY Sl MASON,
t WOLIYUS AND UTAH.-
Druggists and looks?liers,
AHt.tMfor John R. Ableo's ptibllctillnnt.
DEYOE & ROBSON ARE AGENTS
FOR THE NEW Mi:1,;! V!IH PAVI
VERTICAL-FEED SEWINti MA
CHINE. BEST MACHINE IN THE
San DiKSoJan. 4. Mrs, Benjamin Biddle's
ner.e is the wonder of the town. While run
ning a press in her husband's Drintinir nlRrhr
ler1f00t cauEht in ,he 'readle and the upper joint
. 10c was tasen on. uiddle went
for a sargeon, but none wonld dress the toe for
less thar 12. CO anrl sh cni.l
s"ch bilL She took a razor, cut oft all the
shreds of flesh, picked out the splintered bones
and dressed the toe herself. She is now run
ning the press with her other foot.
Death of Mrs. J. Quinn Thorton.
Salem, Or., Jan. 4. Mrs. N. M. Thorntmt.
relict of the late T. Ouinn Thornton. HiiH nf
her nome in this city, at 4 o'clock this afler-
uwu, me .uvancea age at 72 yearsr
An Immense Fraud,
New York, Ian. 4. The Evening Sun.
prints what it calls an almost incredible tsle
of gigantic fraud. It staies that the Eleciric
.t... ixv.imiiig company nas been duped to the
extent of overSi.ooo.ooo: that its whole "secret
poocess" turns out to be a humbug of the most
bare faced kind.
Helena, Jan, 4. It is estimated that the
total output of the gold, silver, lead and copper
mines of Montana for the ve.ir , hpMn
$80,000,000 and 85,000,000 and increase of
$10,000,000 over 1887.
Talk of Your Boom.
Kansas City, Tan. 4. The Times h.iJ
vices from Springer, Oklahoma, that the mar
tial law order of two years ago has been put in
force.and the squatters are decamping. Spring,
er is a little over th u L e i j 1.... u-r
yesterday it had a population of 300a The
sutuicis aic vigorously enforcing tne order, and
settlers are obeying it with alacrity
Seattle, Jan. 4. The trouble which has
been brewing in the Newcastle mine for some
time culminated this morning in a riot-in which
one man, Wm. Ruston was killed.
Spokane Falls, W. T., Jan. 4. A terri
ble tale of woe, suffering and unhappiness was
revealed to-day at an inquest oven the body of
A. Ii. Cooke, of Portland, by a letter written
by the wife of Cook the day before he died.
Cooke was a clerk cmyloyed by G. L. Demert,
a druggist. He came here two. months ago
from 1'ortland, where his wife and child now
reside at 20 Stark St..
Kor some time past Cooke has been despond
ent, and on the receipt of a severe letter from
his wife was pluuged into tne "blues." He got
$35 from Demert but finding he could not tele
graph it to his wife, went on a spree and spent
all but 65 cents. Then he committed, suicide,
the coroner's lury decided..
We will sell vou groceries chesper than
H3y one else.
Brown ell 4 Sxanard.
Dil. ISO Sf-Kt
in his new discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded iu producing a inediciue which ij ac
knowledged by all ta be simply marvelous.
It is ex'jHudinty pleasant to the taste, per
fectly harnilese, aud does not sicken. In all
cafes of capes of Cousuinption. Coaghs, Colds
vvnonpinK Coiu'tb, Oroup, fironchltis, and
Fains 111 the Chest, it has L'iven universal
satisfaction. Dr lto,auko'8 Cough aud Lung
syrup is sold at Sit cents by Dr Uuisi Son.
Pino line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob-
son's Special bargains
Itchiuir 1'ile, art) known br uDiir.tiro )iko l'?sp
iwt producing . very d'sagrcftttble itching after
ing w.rm. Thisfurm ss well aa Blind, Kleedins;
trotrudinjr Piles, yield . l oiKae to the ennlnatiwl
r. llorankn's Pile renwdy, waieh iwts directly u
the p.rts slfectod, ahiirbin the tu nors, adaying
tnteniw itehirn; .ml .freeing s ner'nitie"t cure
cents. A'JdTvu 1 tie ur ltwanki VM.eme Lo , r
O. bold by Dr. d'tiss.nd Son.
A IMcanlni; Sense
Of health and strength renewed and of esse
aud comfort follows the ueof Syrup nf Figs
ss it acts in narnmny witti nature to ettej-
ttiaily cleanse the system when costive or
bilious. For sale in 50c. aud $1 bottles bv
all loading drut;uit.
Dixturuaure or the Heart.
Heart disease bi like an assaasln, which
creepj npou von in the dark, ami strikes
you vvlieu unaware. Therefore, do not
overlook any unea'.inesa In tbe region of
the heart 01 disturbance in Its action, but
at nni-e take Ur. Flint's Kemedy, De
vriptive treatiHH witb esoh botte ; or, ad
dnas Mack Druit i'i. w, Y,
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
When she was a Child, she erled for Castorla,
When she became Miss, she chins; to Castorla,
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla
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