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ALBANY OR.,TUESDAY,JANUAUY 8,188.
By all imam silicon
Successors to John Foxt fr yottr
Froducs, Baked Goods, Etc., Etc.
(STneir goods are the best and thclr.'pricea
C. J. DILLON & CO.,
LUMBER, FLOORING, B'JSTICrET?.
General Job War., Brassing and
Sawing Liimoer. Repairing,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
'm "i FURNITURE.
Special advantage to purchasers of
rustic flooring', .
Fac(ry at o( I.yon Street.
Albany Soda Works,
And Manufacturer of
We are now prepared to Mil at wiol.
sale, always, fresh and pure at Portlmd
rriess to dealers. We also keep a full
fiuts and Tropical Fruits,
CIGARS AND TOSACCOi
H. F. MERRILL,
ALBANY, - - - OREGON.
fifth nvchgniu V.'.. ... vi. r. n .
RllV nntM Rtnta nnnn.. .-.I -I. .
- v;t.y warrants. Ko-
Celvfl rl Annul uiililm . 1. i... . ... .
time derail.. ' """"" "uweu on
Collection, will ncelv. prompt attontlon.
Fire anil Marin. Insurance companim.
F!Dealar. In allt!mUt.itliiipmvvI Piano
Ori?r., Siwini; MAililnos, (iuni. Also
a full lino nf warranto I Ka.7.rrs, Butcher
and t-onkot Kniyas. Tlia bsst kind of
xenin mai'lilna oil, noatllos and extra,
lor all matihine. Ail repairing noatly
and reaionably dono.
First National Ban Si
OP AMMNl, OREtiUX.
President L. FI.INN
Vic Frciideiit . S. E, YOl N(i
(.'ashlar . ..UfO. li. : MnCRI.AIN
Ass'l C'ashior JAS. F. POWELL
TRANSACTS A G KN'ERA L hatuunc; bunlnew.
ACCOUNTS KKPT sulijejt to .hock.
SIOIIT KXCHANOE ami teleerophie transfer, sol
on New York, Han Francisco, Onloau and l'ui
"'Hil.BCTIOSg MADE on favorable term.
J, E. YrWO, GsO. B CftlHBBJCAtf 1
L, E Ulain, L. Klisn,)
WaLTKH E Tl'KRKljb,
G. L. BLACXfflM,
Sttcirssor to E. W. Landon.
ct tho larzout moi.'. ivli.,:,!i, lira., unit J s u
er u '.t.
xTT'i-h I?. M r::::UY ft CO. 0
jir-ij V u;luiu loiifTcJ to b t,
l-i-hrvt., '.---rv'' lii(.tvc-.rY-tt!;tomep
J3 J. WHiTKEY,
attorney And flonnsellor At Lav
Will praoilos i i all of tha r,,.M.
will be promptly aitended to.
J. k. weatheeFosd
iTTOIiNEY AT LAW
AI.RAKV ..... .. r
obate tter. 8'v losoiicctione and
,. ..7.. V . "aid, t irld Howrr JHodi
U. M. F EHSY & CO., Uotroit. Mich.
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOE & 110BS0N
Koses a Specialty.
omete.-y pUntad a atiendTui
Palace Meat Market.
J. 7. PIPE. PRnpRTKiinB
FIRST ST. - - ALBANY, np
1 t"?P constantly on hand 1.V.
-fKffiS?B tt ci'ty! beHi
Cash Mid fnall 1.: 1. . n . . .
... ' ""WW ia stock.
Wheat, 70 centa.
Now fall goods at Read's.
See those new jersies at W. F. Read's.
New ribboa all shades and styles at Read's
AH lines of boys kilt suits at W. F
Fine line of bread kneading pans at G W
Another lot of Hull cheese at F'ownell &
A larpe stock of lifting force pu , at G
A full line of Christmas candies and nuts
will be kept by Brownell & Stanard.
Jn a calm soa every man is pilot. In dry
good '.V. F. Read is leader.
If you want to save from 10 to 25.per cent
by your goods of VV. F. Read.
Six shaves for a dollar and a clean towel to
every customer, at Thos. Jones.
liny your tickets throngh ' to the E
W L Jester aud save fare to Portland.
A complete lino of heating and parlor stovi
at U W Smith's, no better in the valley.
Farmer., yon want the best harness all
aud hi tile, E, L. Power, next to Dem
W. K, Read can and will sell dry goods
cheaper than any bouse in Albany. Call aud
sco for youraelf.
All the latest novelties in milliuery goods
at aca V Howard's. Call and seo them,
No trouble to show goods.
The line of Pacific and Royal Argandn 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, poods not
given away. But good honest goods sold at
reasnabl9 protitac W. . .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 market and his
line of dolls and children's play things gener
ally is complete. His prices are the lowest
on the coast.
P. L UTOil
loiifetliomy. Cigars and Tobacco
AllJIgoods sold at the lowest cash prices
' and warranter! to give satisfaction.
Butler and Eggs Taken in Exchange for Goods,
Subscriptions receive for all the leading
NEWSPAPERS AND KlACAZiFS
NEAR! THE POSTOFFIDE, AL3AWY...03.
Revere House; RedCrownMilfs
ALBANY, - - . OREGON IS0M & PROPR'S.
CIIAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR. '""''ZZZZ
-Bhlhrtn-i,e'- 7.rS BT ST0UAOP AGILITIES."
TCIS? SMnpe HUrhest Price in Cash fo
tvrtt r.arll t ami rr i at'ie H'I.-E1 WlK'Slt
TIN WARE AND HARD- PAINTS, OILS AND
WARE Of ALL KINDS AT BRUSHES AT IDBYOE
DEYOE1& R0BS0 os ROBSON'S.
At this time the colored voters of the country.
and of Indiana in particular, are very boldly as
sorting that no recognition short of a cabinet
position will satisfy them. The following
from the Freeman published by a colored man
at Indianapolis shows the feelings of colored
"At no time since the negro became a citizen
has his vote been held so important as it is to
day. Uon the actions of the incoming Ad
ministration will depend the dondition of the
negro vote in 1802. If the Republicans face
the country four years hence with a record of
broken promises and unfulfilled obligations it
will not be so easy to explain away the neglect
as it has been in the past, and it wilt be impos
sible to prevent an irreparable break in the
The colored man expects great things of this
new regime, and it will not be well to disap
point him. His increased knowledge has
taught him his strength and he is not disposed
to continue sowing benefits without prospect
of reaping some for himself. The negro vote
saved the Republican party in the recent con
test, and because of this fact the colored people
will, and rightly, demand greater honors than
have previously been conferred upon them.
Democrats have expressed a belief that the
negro will be given the cold shoulder in the dis
tribution of offices. The Republicans cannot
afford to have this prediction verified. We
maintain that it would be but just and appro
priate recognition of the negro's importance as
a polical factor to place a colored man in the
The flint glass makers of Pittsbnrg have form
ed a combine to put up prices. They have
also asked congress to increase the tariff on
Gentlemen frequently complain of their
barber Khavinc them too close, and the face-
and neck breaking out into small pimples.
11 jjucara Bpecino is applied to tne lace im
mediately after shaviup, no matter how close
the shayp, ail finrcness will be prevented,
Sold by Foahay & Mason.
Wo will sell you groceries ct.c.-ipcr than
any oue else.
Er.OWNELL k Staxard.
Can you imaciLeoiiv Imont that will make
a good natnred person bo peevish, dissatisfied,
ill-tempered aud cranky as billiouanest.?
There is no reason whatever, why any one
should fciifter from indigestion, dyspepsia.
torpid nver and 'or or appenie, wnen vr.
Hen'ey'a Dandi linn Tonic, which every one
knows is a curtain cure, can be bo easily ob
tained. SM by .Voshiiy & Mason.
Na9al Catarrh is probably one of the moit
di "i7reuuble ailments tl'at a person caa bo
a.ilxuti: with, it Uutani'n hpeciho is used
with a rtouche or even snuffdd up the nose,
accord iog to directions, morning and even
lDtf, a radical cure can in mnnt cases be ef
fected. SoKi by Fi.shny h Mason.
Itching Pile t arc known ly nrtUnro like j.Tjap
ou producing a yery disatfrceaMe llcliitijf after
itijr warm. This form as well us Blind, l.tecdlrg
Erotrudinx Piles, yield at once to thu ftpnlicati-n
r. Hosanko'uPile remndy, w.iioh aula directly u
the prts alfectod, aba rhin tho tumor, alUyhi?
inUmse itchiiic and cfTdct iuir a pernuno"t euro
cents. Audreys Tho L'r IkrHaiilcuiM.uiiio Co , P
O. Sold by l)r, C'lidsand Sou.
Notios of Final Sat&laaisats.
Notice is hereby given tliut tho unucr
ained Adtniniitrii'.rix of tbe e.stute of JaineB
Garrvtt, deceaed, biw tiled witii tho C'ifrk
of the County Coutt fir Linn county, Oit
pon, her rin.t. iccount of H.-ud et;it and the
Court has HximI -tie Dtli day of FeSiunry,
1SS9, at 10 u'rlmrk, h in. for heitriiiix ljcc
tions thnivto mid for sebtiip;! "did enrptt-.
Tbis7ih d-iy of Januarv, I8S9
V. M. ( AltKETT,
A(ii)i;i:inlratrix of U:v esiateof
.I:iitio. Garmtr, dfCKises'.
J. Iv WEATi(i:i!nn;i. .
Att:i.cy tnr Almiiiicti atnx.
D, l?a . SLASKB'JRIS,
Attorney at Law
oiHile, (.nil fellow's Ti mp!.
ALBANY, - - - OREGON.
FOSHAY & MASON,
W'ii,l4'i AND HIT Alb -
Ai;3-itH ft Jcin! It. Al'ft-di'M pfihlicati'
Skattle. Jan. 7 Alfred 5-!,a(R.r n.
hemian, Hred a heavy charge of giant powder
ner me nouse ol l,eorgc Hodala, at Gilman,
, .......kf a, mis morn
ing, instantly killing John and Michael Scher.
rick and Anna.lhe nine-year old child ofBodala
and hfldlv wnun.ltniT IUln ,
h ma wiie anu lime
son and another daughter.
.cnaner was lound hy ihe people of Gilman
his own house afipr il nu; :
dication poinling to him as the perpetrator of
-. puto, unaer arrest and
later m the nrtf.mwn
" Mj-vw iiic ainviii 01 lite
shenff he was turned over to that officer.
ms anernoon while the sheriff was at din
ner a crowd of a hundred broke open the door .
Of the hnilSi.whi.rA CknlT. .1 . t
... v,,aiii;i was CUIlIineU OOK
lum to a tree opposite the railroad depot and
strung him up, first trying to make him confess,
tie refused, and was hangnd up. After thirty
seconds he was taken down again and given
another chnnrr? in rnnf. f.:ti .1 i- t
.v.o.ai. im detuning, ne
was again elevated and cut down for the second
,wiijiivc seconds. He was then
very weak and efforts to make him divulee he
me still fruitlres r, I .1 - .i.-' .li i
and last time.
Washington. Ian. 6 A (ir,m
ceived at the navy department to-day saying
that 4000 laborers employed at the La Coleera
cut, l'anama, had just been discharged, and
ereat distress nr.vnc ;
Even in Checkers.
London, Jan. 7 The checker contest be.
twecn Bajker' the American nlaver. and Smith
has been concluded. The score of the games
"uicr, y, amun, I; drawn, 25.
London, Jan. 7. S vere weather is report.
ed in the Black sea during the past forty-eight
hours. Many sailing vessels have been wreck
ed, and overone hundred seamen lost their lives.
Toronto, Jan. 7. It is arrant-cd that the
Kilrain Sullivan fight will be for $10,000 and
the championship belt held by Kilrain, to take
place on the seventh of July next, near New
Orleans, a deposit of S5000 to be made with
inexvew York differ April 15th, when the
final stake holder and refcred will be chosen.
Such is the result of the conference so far.
fvjoa Needs On?.
Wash. notox, Jan. 7.-In a case appeal
ed from Iowa t j the supreme court of tt
United States, there was rendered a dec;,
sion to-day that the state has a right to
pass a law compelling railroads to, Imm
their lines.and failing ts do so.to nav dou
ble value for stock run over and killed.
Ilaby c.irrligte at Stewart & Sox's.
DEYOK & RODSON AR E AGENT
FOR THE XEWIIIfilJ ARM DAVIS
VERTICAL-FEE!) SEWIX(i MA
CHINE. 1JEST MACHINE IN THE
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Atnimmi
tion at Deyo3 and Rob
son's Special bargains
"" ilweovery for l,'oi;Rumptin: , sue-Cfi-
le l in pwluiii-m a mediuina Wui.jh ijsc
ki. l,dsiid liv all to lie niinply marvoUiua.
It i vsurritiugiy pl,a:tt io the tiiie. per
Icctly I armies', npd lines not .kken. In all
eases i.f eases of ('iwnniptlnn. Cf ilfihs, Colds
Whooping Cmih, Croup, Ilronclntis, and
I'oir.f. in the Chert, it h.is gWen univcnal
aiisfuctiim. l'r Hiiaiiko's Cdcgli and Lung
Swup is nold.a 50 ci nt l.v tv tii-.iss i; Son.
Kn.- raiteiis, cnrrentB,citnn, Itinonsnr.d
maiin ii crivd at Wallace & Tliompio'n's.
VVKS KOK HICK HKiDACHIE.
l.yoit flr.tit a remi dv for IVHr-uimi.?, I'iniiilcson
tlip fan-, a' il a mir. cur r.r .i,-lc lifmLioh,', ai-tc Pr.
(Iu'h ty.il S.r., t;io l'nliH:r, .ir !-. (ItLiii's Live
lJill, try a il.i-f. iit,-i fri... full h..x i", ctut,
SfRv:viNO.Mr. E. T.T. I'isiicr is prj
pared to do surveying of all kinds at ca
tonal)!? rates. Helms complete copies of
field notes and township plats in the coun
tv. Adres.s Miller's Station, l.inn county
A t'lenslna: .M-nse
Of Iw.lth ,-i-id nv, ;;ri, rur.i'uul ,! ,, HH8n
ami umnlftri. Inilnws Lin. Mr i f Sj i uput I' is,
i,s it in li.iritii.nv iih 11 iiuj to .-ll'eu-tu.!t4v
e ivinyc tl'a syati'lli when t-ntivu (,r
bili.iun. for nlr iu il).-. ami gl bottles by
all K'ldiu tlriitfui.' t.
i tl U S 1: ... A'.i.lj.,., ..I I
DruifviatH. ct flniiir, Cg.. f.is: Wo have
Iiinu anlliiiii l)r Kiii)!'n New Diecinei v. Klec
trio Hitters and liiieklcii' Anno Ni.lve tor
tnnyvnrn. liavo nti Imliillcii icinrilka
tht oll as wi;tl. it ximi men univt rsul Nat
ilaetinn. TIkmi- Iuimi bem nmnr. WMnderful
e.nis ollci .:d l.y th-- inulieii.ia iu this
city. Sevnrul eart-s nl proiii,tn,ued ciiUMUnip
tioi, h-io been entirely cilrd by ne id a
few Imtth s nf Ilr Kiitii'. Nik Diwv.very.
t ikeu in cniitientinn vith lOrctrio Kitten.
Wo noarantcn tnoin alv. ,"old liv Ko.hay
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PLEMENTS AT DE-YCE&ROBSON