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ALBANY, OR., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1888.
OVfRLANJ TO CAUFtHNIA
Southern Pacific Company's Lins.
TUB Mf. HU1ST1 BOUTS.
mi bjtwflna Albny and Sa& FranoLo. 85 h.urs
OAtlVOKalA UriUI 1U1IH. DAILY
4.00 f. M. I Leave Portland Arrlv. I 10:46 A M
MllSfM Leave Albany Leave I J:5 A M
7:40 A II I Arrive gn trauclreo Leave I 7:00 '
low. rAsssxasa tsais. pailt (aioapt Sunday).
8:00 A V Leave Portland Ariv 8:46 r M
l40rMLeavo Albany Leave 1W5 AM
SOrM 1 Arrive Kurnino Leave 0,-OOam
"LOCAL PA.-IUK TAAIM DAU.T, SICSPT SUSIIAI.
s'orn I Leva Albany Arrive 5:45 A M
a M m Arriva Lebanon Leave 4:U0 a SI
iSr Leav. Albany nrrivo I 2:45 m
I'M m I Arrive Lobauon Leave 2:00 r M
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tourist Sleeping Oars
or Accsininoattlion of rieconil-la. Pause a
Rer, tlcbeil la Exprew Trains.
Wen! Hide l.vLlSW
BETWEEN I" OUT LAND AXI DORYALL18,
taaih daily (ex;eptSunday.)
7:3J a u
liV'r r u
Arrive I fl:15 r m
Leave 1:30 U
IXPRB35 TtAtsa dailt (exop. Sunday.
1):G0 A H
6.45 A H
AtAVaany mil Corvallis connect with tralus of
vreg on Piwiflb Kailroiul
Th rout; h tickets to all points south and east yla
For full information rejardimf ratos, maps, etc..
call on Company's Atfent.
E. KOEHLKR, . P. ROGERS,
jnUuJf A n't li. '. il . A
TiE YAQUINA KOUTE,
Oregon Pacific Eaiiroad,
gon Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SHORTER.
20 HOURS LESS TIME
J than by any other route.
Firat-class through passenger ana
freight tine from Portland and all points
in the Willamette Valley to and from Ban
Willamette River Line of Steamers.
The "Win. M. Hoair," The "'N. S, Beat-
ey," The "Three Bisters" are ia ser-i,,
for both passenger and freight '.amo be
tween uorvaius anu jroruau- na- aMr
medlate points, leaving Oompany'r wharf,
Corvallis, ami ftieiw;... Huiinan & Co's
whan, os. zuu ad 202 Front St., Port
land, three ttPles a wtek as follows :
LiTave Corvallis. Momlay., Wednesday, and Fri
day, at 8 a. in. Albany, y:W a, m. Arrive, at Salem
8 p. m. Leave Salem Tueedav, Thumdey and Satur
day at u a, m. Arrive at rortianu s:3u p. nj.
Leave Portland Mondavi. VudneaJave and Frid.
uaysaiua. m, Arrive at sale.n al7:l& p. in. l.eave
eaiem mesuay, inurauay anu Saturday at,o a,
Arrive at Corvalll. at S;3d p, m,
lioats make close connection at A than
with trains of the Oregon PaclUo Kailroad.
TIME aUHBUULB. (.acept Sunday..)
Lerve Albany, 1:00 r. M,
Leave Corvalll., 1:10 P.M.
Arrive Yaquina, 6:30 r. H
Leave Yaquina, 0:46 A,M.
Leav. Corvalli.,lU:85 A.M.
Arrive Albany, 11:10 a. m,
O. it C. trains connect at Albany and
Corvallis. The above trains connect at
Yaquiu with the Oregon Development
Company's Line of Steamships between
.equina ana nan rrancisco,
SAILING DATES .
PROM HAM FKANCIMUO.
Willamette Val lev. Thnra. Ilea, flth Weil. Dec. l'ith
Willamette Valley, .Moil. Dec. 17th Mon. Dec. 24th
iiiaiuotie valley, sun. uuo. sutli.
The Comnanv -.rvrnt the riirht to
change sailing dates without notice.
u. rasiengers from fur.liiia ana
rVllUinotle Valley points can make close
conuBuii.Mi with the trains of the Yaquina
route at Albany or Corvallis, and it Uos
tlnsd to Saii li'ranuisco should arraniie to
airiveat tauuiua tuo oveuing uolore caio
Suneajier aad F.rlcht Mate, nlways lue
SFor Information apply to U J Stuart, Freight and
ficlcet Airent. Alhanv. tn C II Haaa'cll. Jr.. O. K.
p- Afft,, ureiroa lievelopmetit Co., )4 Mont)oiuery
Ban cranciiwo, CU, . 4J. Uliaui.,
A. ll. F. and P. Aiont,
O.'Jr hi Paiaj K K Co. Corvalll.
City Election Notice.
Notice i hereby given that the annual
election' in and for the oity of Albany, Linn
county, uregon, win oe neid Alonaay the
3rd day of December, A. D, 1888, for the
purpose of .looting the following municipal
officers, to-wit : Marshal, Treasurer, three
Couaoilmen, one from each ward in said oity.
The polling places will be as follows : First
ward, County Clerk's office ; Second ward,
County Treasurer's office ; Third ward, Farm
ers' Warehouse office.
The following named persons have been
appointed bv the Council fiH .Tiirlcfl. anil
Clerks of said election : First ward: Judges. I
7 1 l.1 vf .: - i, m '
u, 1-i.mariyD in x Aioore ;
Clerks, T J Stites, O W Watts. Second
ward : Judges, L Senders, W M Ketchum,
Geo Knox ; Clerks, J K Wyatt, Cal Burk
hart. Third ward : Judgos, John Isom, N
C W Risley, K A Irvine : Clerks, W H
Warner, W E Kelly.
Said election will begin at 9 o'clock in the
morning and continue without closing the
polls, nutil 6 o'clock in the evening of the
aboye mentioned day and date.
By order of the Counoil, made November
N. J. Hentos,
Recorder of the City of Albany.
Albany, Or., Nov. 17th, 1988.
Cheaper than you can buy them in Port
land. Will sell a good grade of Brussels
carpet for 60 cents; a heavy three ply car
pet for 75 cents, and two ply carpets from
40 cents to 50 cents. Carries it large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A. it. McIlwain
Four good, reliable men to sell the Im
proved Singer. Team and wao-nn furn
ished, Address, The Singer M'fg Co,
J. A. Abchiuald, Agent,
Ferest Grove, Or,, March 8th.
I have been troubled many years with
weakness of the kidneys and have tried
many different remedies sought aid from
different alivsicians and even chanced
climates to obtaiu relief, but have met
with indifferent success, Hearing through
a friend of the value of the Oregon Kidney
Tea, I obtained a box of it and have o
rived more benefit from It than from any
thing else I have yet found,
J. T, Buff.
Sold by Foshay A Mason.
CURE FOR SICK HEADACHE,
Do tou want a remedr for B'li.uenoas. Pimnle. on
the face, and a sure cure for sick headache, auk Dr.
Cuta and Son, the Drugg-lata, for Dr. Cer.nl'. Live
ruia, try a aoiie, sample, iroe iuu uox 25 cent,
G. I. BLACKSHAN.
Successor to E. W. Lanpdon. '
H s 3 H
H 0 r
and fat, though . -is
1 Deodn't say that ; for a '
glance at my size and a look
in my eyes, and you plainly can
see there's no flies upon me. I'm
little bit short both ot breath
' and of hair, but from shoulders to
knees you can sea I'm all there. I
Smile and I laugh, I joke and I chaff;
I refuse to be sad and 1 never get mad.
But you'd never surmise where my happi
ness lies, so I'll up and confsss what you
never could guess. A good thing to eat Is
always a treat, which will make you as sweet
as our sugar cured meat,makes you feel so content
with the money spent that you're bound to feel glad ;
and you couldn't get mad though a man just an thin as
a rail or a pin was to pull at your nose or tread on
your toes. If you're fit or your'e lean, if youi'e
pleasant or mean, just give W. AT. a show
to sell you right low, you will feel
such a thrill of con tentmeul until you'll
wish yon were fat to enjoy mote of that
For the feeling's immense and you'll
show your good sense by buying
grocerier,pro visions and
Democratic City Convention.
A mass meeting of the democrats of Al
bany will be held at the Court House on
Saturday eyening, Dec. 1st, 1888, at 7
o'clock, for the purpose of nominating
candidates for Marshal and Treasurer, to
De veted tor at the election on Monday,
uec. 3ru, 10SS.
wiiiiiii.icc rccommena mat the va-
nous wara meetings be held on Friday
evening, Nov. 30th, at 7 o'clock, at the fol
lowing places :
rirst ward Lp stairs in the Circuit
second Ward--In the County Court
ficeblrd Ward J G Cherl7' foundry of-
Each ward will nominate one candidate
for Councilman and select a member of
me city central committee.
L. H. Mon-tanye,
' J. K. Weatiifrford,
J. P, Galbraith.
It Pays. What ? Why, to get your
groceries, canned goods, etc., at the Wil
lamette Packing Co's store. Their stock of
home canned goods, consisting of pears,
peaches, cherries, etc., vegetables, chow-
chow and pickles,ls the best in the market,
. w a 3iiciiuiu Hiic ot nonuay goods,
such as fancy croceries. nuta. rnn,l,va
and their prices are remarkably reasonable!
w.i at iiue inyrg ior good goods and bargains.
GOLDEN JtUliE UAZAAIt.
CsiliGoesa Long Ways at Jullji G.ulwjhr
. 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
Yi dozen unhandled teacups and saucers,
xi dozen unhandled coffee cups and sau
cers, 45 cts.
'i dozen handled coffee cups and sau
cers, 50 cts. . -
yj uucu seven men ginner piates
These goods are all iron stone China and
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
a. wa js uj9m
of W tft T
Wallace & Thompson's Fat Man,
Plinn Block, Albany, Or.
Can TOU ImafflnM nv oilman. Ik., ...Ill
make a (,-ood natured person so peevish,
3 ssatisned, ill tempered and cranky hr
bllliousnsssf Thore is no nRoii. ,ht.
ever, why any one should suffer from in
digestion, dyspepsia, torpid liver and loss
of appetite, when Dr. Henley's Dandelion
Tonic, which every one kuows is a car.
tain cure, can be so easily obtained. For
sale by Foshay Mason.
Ladies, do not ruin you complextlon by
the use of poisonous cosmetics and faoe
powaers. ir your face is red er sunburned,
;uu are so uniortunate as to nave pim
ples or bletcheson the nertk anrl fann n,i.
lard's Specific will not cover them like a
coat 01 paint out will most effectivoly re
move all blemishes from tbo skin and re
store them to it natural youthful bloom.
fur sale uy rosnay s Mason,
FBNDLRTON. Orao-on. Jannsrv. 12.
Havins suffered with mv kirlnnva T wm
induced to try the Oregon Kidney Tea
which reli3yed me In a short time. I lake
asure in recommending It to the pub
! as a safe re in mi v for kidiiev difrimil.
ties, Okobob Vf. Bailey.
County judge of Umatilla,
The Champion Oarsman.
Washington, Nov. 25. O'Connor, the
oarsman, who defeated Teemer yesterday
will leave here about the middle of the
week for San Francisco, where he expects
to sail for Australia to meet the crack row
ers of that country.
Chicago, Nov. 24A Washington
special says: The President has told a
friend that Mrs. Cleveland and himself
will sail for Europe early In Mav, and
through a friend in New York have al
ready engaged their state rooms. They
will spend some time in England and
reach Paris to attend the opening of the
great exposition. The President has not
decided how long he will stay adroad.
The Text Honsc.
Washington, Nov. 24Whlle not
claiming a majority In the next Ilouse.the
Democrats still insist that, the chances are
favorable to their havine a maioritv nf
one or three. Neither party will give up
until the official count is declared in every
New York, Nov. 25. The first snow
storm of the winter, which has been rag
ing In this city along the seaboard of New
England and the Middle states to-dav, has
been of blizzard vigor. In the harbor
several ships dragged their anchors under
the force oi the storm, and were lowed to a,
safe anchorage with great difficulty.
New York, Nov. 25. A dispatch from
the signal office at Washington says the
gale reached a velocity of So miles per
hour at Block Island this afternoon,
San Francisco,Nov. 25. Oliver Smith,
superintendent and of the owners of the
Kodiac Packing Company, has returned
from the island of Kodiac, Alaska, by the
bark Lizzie Williams. He says; "There
were four canneries running during the
eason TTh!'.;!! iust cK'SCd there. My
company put out 26,000 cases, the Aleutian
Island Trading & Fishing Company 33,000
the Karluk Company 101,0000 the Arctic
Company 37,000 making In all 197,000 caa- 1
Wheeling, W. Vs., Nov. 23. A mark-
ed feature of the election returns of this
state Is the fact that on the face of ih
returns in the first distrlst, Atkinson, rep,
has 13 majority for congress,in the third,
MeGines rep, has 13 majority,and In the
fouath, C. B. Smith, rep, has 13 official
SOsnial trans anJ three farmi nn i.v
borne near town.
kLBANY, - - - OREGON'
PAS. PFEIFFER NIOPRIETOR.
I Fitted up In first-class style. Tables
BilDnliArl with lha hA.t In tha market.
Pice sleeping apartments. Sample rooms
f ot commercial travelers,
M'Free Ceaekt aail rr the f.tel.'S
SUPERIOR LINES OF
YOE & ROBSON'S.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The nndersisne.l is prepared to d ) !all
Kinds ot worK in uis line in iirsi-ciaas or,
der and with prommnfui, Ad.lross P. O
box 87 or call at oornor of Oth and Maple
I. N, Skitd
New Wash' House.
Lee Chinaman, who lived in this town for
many yean and was so well liken by every
body has returned and will open up a new
wash house the first of September, one door
south of the Kevere House. Lee doesgood
work and wants everybody to got Jtheir
washing done by him.
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEY0E
L, W. CLARK.
Studio corner Second and Forry Streets
near Opera Hou, Ground floor.
Children's pictures a specialty,
A. J. ROSSITER.V. S.
Gradnata of Ontario Vetarinary
Isproparod to treat diseases of all do
mestto animals onsoisntlfla principles.
Residence and office two doors east of
Opera House. Albany.
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob-
son's. Special bargains'
Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
ALBANY, - - - OREGON.
Conducted by the Sisters of St, Benedict.
This Academy Is incorporated and au
thorized by the State to confer academio
BOARDINO SCHOOL PKR TERM.
Board and tuition 40.00
Musio, insrttimentnl, theoretical and
vocal with use of pianoand organ 15 00
Drawing and painting 8.00
Fancy work and mending free to
Tuition in select day school ranges from
Normal Instruction of a.plrants for
teacher's certificates a specialty.
Graduating fee, $10.
For further particulars apply at the
hoes, 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
MoNTEITII & SeiTENBACH.
Thomas Jefferson is said to have remarked
once : "I never allow a political difference to
become a personal difference." A sensible
All kinds of woolen dress goods are 25 r er
cent cheaper than they were a year ago. Oar
stock is all fresh, consequently we can give
yery low prices.
W. F. Read.
Tlfi WARE AND HARD
WARE OF ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & ROBSON'S.
DR. BO WAX-KO
in his new discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded in producing medic.De which ii ac
knowledged by all to be limply marvelour.
It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, per
fectly banules, and does not sicken. In all
cases of caves of Consumption. Couphs.Colds
Whooping Couh, Croup, Bronchitis, and
Pains in the Client, it Iias given universal
satisfaction. Dr Knsanko's Cough and Lung
Syrup is sold at SOoents by Dr Uuiss At Son.
Itching I'ilm are known bvmuV.ure Ilka y apir
ion. producm? a very diaatrrManla Itchlnir after
inir warm. Till, form as well at Blind, l!leeilir ani
irutruilinir Pile., yield at one to the spnlicati'Mi o'
Dr. Itoaanko'. I'ile remedy, w.ilch act. dlrectlv uj on
th part, affected. alrrbimr the lumnra allavinir ih.
inteiiM iichinv and effeciinjr a penn.nert euro. 60
cute. Aiiiircsa 1 ua ur Boaanko it;cine C o ,
1. sniu ny ur, n'liM anu son.
Winter wraps, are not reserved in the
great rale. This will be the greatest oppor
onity fver offered to buy a stylish wrap at
MOXTEITH ll SeITENDACH,
We will sell jou grocerios cheaper than
any store in town.
New rai.ens, enrrents.citron, lemons and
oranges received at Wallace & Thompson's.
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOE & R0BS0N