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ALBANY OR., THURSDAY,.! ANUAUY ,10 1889.
By all means silicon
Frodacs, Baked Goods, Etc., Etc.
UTbeirRoodc are the best and thelrjpricea
tUMBER, FLOORING, RUSTICrETtj;
General Job Work, Dressing, and
Sawing Lumber, Repairing,!
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
Special advantage to purchasers of
Factor at lost o( Lyon Street.
Albany Soda Works.
And Manufacturers of
We are mow prepared to roll at whol
dale, always fresh and pure at Portland
f .rices to dealers. We also keep a full
Hats and Tropical Fruits,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO!
Dealers in alltheUtestimprovod Pianos
Onraus, Sewing Macihians, Guns. Alao
a full line of warranto 1 Razors, Butcher
and Pocket Knives. Tii best kind of
sewlnir invmln oil, need lot and extras,
for all maohinos. All repairing neatly
and reasonably done.
First National Bank
OF AI.KAJiY, OREGON.
President I FLINN
Vice Prosidoiil a. K. YOl'NIi
Cashier Ut'O. K. UlMMflKHI.AIN'
Asa't Cujhler JAS. F. POWELL
TRANSACTS A GENERAL banking business.
ACCOUNTS KEPT subject to ehock.
SIOIIT EXCHANGE and teloirraphlo trui.fnr, sol
on New York, San Francisco, Chicago and l'oi
COLLECTIONS MADE on favorable terms.
J, E. Yorso, ' Ceo. E CilAMBBRjats!
L E. Bum, L. Fmss.1
WALTMl E TlIRKRLb,
Q, L. BLACXSIAN,
Sueensor to E. W. Law? Jon.
cf-oveb ft nnn rtnn rwnie boittre th.t tt.
" B,UU,liMII ;..Trtm., ,,, hiiv Hand,
of the lareoBl and mutt reliable Iwuao, and I hf,y uuo
t-t r sv rr m
.-knovt IoiIkoiI to bo tbo
"SN. In tt'O world
ViVU BIIU riiatu
.......... . ut't-tn-ttl. KTeryp-rwinwdn.:
Lr I..., eslmr n.rden. field or Flovret Sard.
Is axtitaiua. I hnnlil ernd tor It. Addm
O. M. FERRY CO., Dotroit. Mich.
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEFOE & S0B8OK
At The Threshold
OF A NEW YEAR
we begin business with NEW energy, NEW goods and NEW rrices.
Our stock is always
in quality and quantity, but
FAR BELOW IN PRICE.
We cuter to all the good trade in the city and sun-bunding country
andeell gocds cheaper tban any hotiBe in the city.
Wallace, Thompson & Co.
Successors tn Wallace & Thompson.
Plinn Block, Albany, Or.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
His stock lias been enlarge si that it oqutls any on th9 Coast, and consists of
Roger Bros. Silverware, French China and Crys
talware, Boys' Wagon3, Doll Carriages,
Fancy Goods, and a general
assortment of Crocktey
He buys dirwt and cirries the largwt stock in the Willamette Valley, to whlol
will soon be added a complete line of
tricl on narle Francals. Hler wird doutcli gesproclion.-
1 Revere House;
albany,. - - - Oregon;
CHAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR.
Fitted no In first -class style. Tables
supplied with the best In tbe market.
Nice aleapinn apartments). Sample rooms
Tor commercial travelers.
tfTFree reark I aail Trim the. Il.tel.-M
TIN WARE AND HARD
WARE OK ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & R0SS0N
SOM, LANNISO & CO., PROPR'S.
NEW FROOKSS fLOUR SUPERIOR fOR rAMrMES
ASO BAKERS USE.
BEST STORAGF FACILITIES."
Highest Price in Cash fo
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT 'DEYOE
Wheat, 70 coots.
New fall goods at Reail's.
See those new jersies at W. F. Read's.
New ribboa all shades and style, at Read's
All lines of boys kilt suits at W. F
Fine Hue of bread kneading pans at G W
Another lot of Hull cheese at ProwneH &
A large stock of lifting force pu i at f Q
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 V. 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 ckan towel to
every customer, at Thoa. Jones.
Bay your tickets through to the Eastof
V L Jester and save fare to Portland.
A complete line of heatiDg and parlor stovi
at G W Smith's, no better in the valley.
W. F. Read can and will sell dry goods
cheaper than any houBe in Albany. Call and
see for yourself.
All the latest novelties in millinery goods
at E ana C Howard's. Call and seejthem,
No trouble to show goods.
ThelineofPacilioand Royal Arjands 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, noods not
given away. But good honest goods sold at
re.-uwnaoio nroc ac vv . . ; . i .
Julius Gradwohl is now making a special
ty of crockery, fancv roods and silver ware.
of which he carries a large and select stock.
Hissilver ware is 1847 Roger Bros, his stock
of crockory is the best in the market and bis
lineof dolls and childron's nlav thin?- :uer.
lly is oomplete. His prices are theiowest
on the coast.
GOLDEN RUbB BAZAAR.
Cash (iocs l,oiij Ways at Julins (irailwliol's
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.
J4 dozen unbundled coffee cups and sau
cers, 45 cts.
a dozen handled coffee cups and sau
cers, to cts.
' dozen seven inch dinner plates, 45
These goods are all iron stone China and
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
arc for 30 days.
Nasal C&tarrh is probably one of the most
disagreeal !e ailments that a person ca.i bo
afflicted with. If Dutard's Specific is nsrd
with a doLcheor even snuifed up the nose,
according to directions, morning and even
ing, a radical cure can in most casos be ef
fected. .Sold by Fushsy k Mason.
Itchlnjr Pile aro kno vn Hv mi,Mlr3 like pn;
idti prodiicmir a very diurft'eble tichinjr after '
inirwarm. This form as well as Ullnd, blcedtnir
protruding Piles, yield nt o.tce to the apnliuation
lr. Uosanko's Pilo remedy, w.ilch acts directly u
the part affected, ab. rbinir the tumors, allaying
intense itchiinr and etfectinir a permanent cure
cents. Address The Dr L' Mtik i MLcine Co , P
O. bold by lr, C 'tins and .S-hi.
H. F. MERRILL,
S '.A. isj- k: E ,
ALBANY, - - - OSECON
Sel exc iaiu on Xj Yurk, Sn l-'.-aiicinco an i
Buy nottM, Ht'o, eerily ai 1 c'ty warmntn lie
c;ivo ilfxt!iU nubjat fc cued. In lure? t allowoii u
Coliectlonii will iwwiv-f pruiit attention.
Flreaiiil Marine Insunnua cotT.jtaniefl.
! J. WHITNEY,
attorney And Counsellor At Lav
Will practise I i nil of the Courts
ih Is .State. All bullions intrusted to him
will be promptly attended to.
SUPERIOR LINES OF
PLEMENTS AT DE
YOE & ROBSON
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob
son's Spsjial bargains
Terrific Oyrlone .
riTTSBURGjan. 9. A terrific storm of wind
and hail, the worst known for years, swept
over the city shortly after noon to-day, carrying
with it death and destruction. The storm
formed with a suddenness that was overwhelm
ing, and as the wind, accompanied by hail and
torrents of rain, swept along Ihe streets, pedes
trians were hurled before it and barely escaped
being crushed under vehicles passing along the
thorough fares. Buildings were torn up, and
eight persons were killed.
Reading, Pa., Jan. 9. This is the saddest
night in the history of Reading. A deathlike
pale hangs upon the city, the result of the most
horrible disaster in its history. A hundred
households are in morning as a result of one of
the greatest calamities known in Pennsylvania.
A cyclone swept afternoon, and laid waste
everything within its reach, and with terrible
loss of life, about 100 persons being killed.
Quicker Tban Usual Way.
San Francisco, Jan, 9, An unknown man
drank himself to death in a Sacramento street
groggery last night. lie entered the place.and
without any apparent bravado deliberately set
to work to dr.nk every thing in the house. l ie
drank half a dozen bottles of various kinds of
wine, and then tackled whisky, and finally
wound up with six glasses of beer. Another
glass was ordered and furnished, but before he
could raise it to his lips he fell to the floor insensible.
Amsterdam, Jan. 9. In the skating con
test for the amateur championship of the world
Von Paulshin, the Russian champion, won, to
day, the one-mile race in 2:58 John Dono
ghue, America's renres?ntative, made a mile in
BoMHAVjan. 9. Advices have been receiv
ed from Afghanistan, to the effect that during a
parade of troops at Makaricharif on December
2 a sepoy of the infantry fired at the ameer but
missed him. He was nxecuted on the spot.
A Brntal Ptistnr.
Caicago, Jan. 9. Rev. Father Pyplatz, of
the Polish church here, is charge with extreme
cruelty to his parishioners. An unmarried
member of his church recently became a mother.
To expiate this offense, on her arrival at church
her hands were bound behind her. She was
then wound from head to foot in crape, and
laid face downward on the floor. Some boys
stood beside her, and as each person came into
the churce tliey called attention to the culprit
by shouting, "Pray for the penitent!" This
humiliating position was maintained from 8 A.
M. till 12 A. M. Pyplatz will probibly be re
moved from the parish.
Nr.w York, Jan. 9. The prohibition organ
the IViVrpublishes a confession of the employe
who stole the mailing list of the paper during
presidential campaign; also that of his accom-
rlice. Who Was the nrinrinf.1 nrrnnt nn.t ...l.n
sold it to the republican party, through Quay
am, ..(f.auii, nu j,am 5350 lor it. 1 lie put
lishers o, the I ot'c declare their intention of
prOSCCUtine OlinV. ('l.irUcnn nn,l ltn.ll... r
the republican national commitee, for aliened
u,i, u, me r vice 3 sioien mailing 11st, know
ing it was stolen property. .
Canyon itnatna . 1 I mint that will make
a uood natnred person .0 peevish, dir.atisticd.
ill-tempered and cranky as billiousness?
There is no reason whatever, why anv one
should suffer from in'liiest.on. dyspepsia,
torpid bver and '( of npiwrite, when Dr.
Ileii!ya D.u-ili linn Tunic, which evi rv ono
ki.oxa is a cfrtnin ci-ri', cm b. ... tnsily ofc
t iinnl. Sulil by .''Vshnv ,t Mnwu.
(I. titS-hi-,, lr,oM:ti (M:nplain i.t thtir
b.il. r l.svii :I (limi ;, ol e, and the face
and i-ruk brw.KlPi; ut into Miiall IMillplre.
1' Dulur.l'ii inMt;o j. a; pijed in the fice im-
iiirilmtt'ly ahrr hhavin, , 10 n.iMcrhmvcinte
'hnv., ml Mi'fiiiM-. will ! i,.,v.i,i.(1
I'osli M n .
in l is u.m' lii-iinv iy i,r (;numptiiin, sue
Ci e In 1 in im,luoing a mo lioine wliioh ino
kii..il..lk.. l,y all tn lie simply inmvoNius.
It in isxwmI'ukIv il.Hi...,r, in i.j.e t I'tc. p.jr
lui'tiy bnniilu.., nnd linen ni.t ii.ken j,, n
. i.f ukmls c, C.imuii.ptii.i.. C'inih,'ols
Win., ,,it. O.'iub, Cronp, ll,,.,,o,nt,, d
I sii.a in the 1'h.i.t, it hni uiveii universal
satisfin tii.il. I)r IV.niikirs Cough ,.,! I.img
Syrup is ...1.1 i CO cents by Dr Gin. .V s0
raisens, vurrciits.uinon, lemonaand
ori.iHis r ceivrd at Vv',M ft
Olllf soo s.
X'ICB FOR SICK IIKtDU'HK,
t)oy.,n w.iitarrnir.lr lur IPIInumm, Pimplmon
die fact, a .1 a nr. enra f..r sick bmla.hr. ut Dr
On-a. and ,,, HwDruwIrt., (Ur lir. .;ei.l,V. I.iv."
p'' try a do, nnnlt. irr, (l 1,, s,,
DEYOE & ROBSON ARK AHEXT
FOR THE NEW HMiH ARM DAVIS
VERTICAL-FEED SEWIXC MA
CHINE; BEST MACHINE IN THE