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ALBANY, OR., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1888.
OVfflUWJ M CALIFJ4.M1A
Southern Paciflo Ooinpanj's Line.
TUK Mr. SHlsri BOITK.
lag bdumail Albany ali granclao, 5 hour.
oauroasia sirsass tu!ts oaifcT
4.09 Ml. I Leave PurUani Arrive j 10:46 i li
7:45 l at I Arrive Hau y.m--io Leave 7.(10 m
bonAi,rasss.rasaTiuiss n.T jeicept Sunday).
8:1X1 1 u 1 Leave
1&4UPM i Leave
Arrive 3:45 r M
ljve f ii;o a m
Leave JO a M
""local, rassasosa isaisa "a"". ""
8:20 P a 1 Leave Albany
Boor Arrive Lebauua
1:38 m I Arrive Lebauen
Arrive I 0:30 a M
Leave e:45a M
arrive I 2:45 1 H
Leav. 1 0ura
PULLMAIi BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tourist Sleeping Gars
or Aeeomin'10, aeeond-CIss ruea
sera, attached te Express Trains.
Weal Side avlvlsloa.
BETWEEN rOKriMV ASI OOBVAILIS,
taaia nan (except Sunday,)
Tv . M i Leave Port land Arrive 0:20 p Jf
S I Arrive CervUUa Leave! 1:30 M
sxrass tsaiss iuily (oxcjpt Sunday .
l -aipa! Lei re Portland Arrive J 8:00 a M
AT.i-e McUinuville Leave 6.45 a M
AtA'aany and Corvallis connect wife, trains of
OregW l'acide rUitroad
ThroushtickoMto all points south and east via
For full inloraatlott reirarding- rates, maps, etc,
on Company's Agent at Albany
K. KOSUILKK, , r; 80QERS,
Oregon Pacific Eailroad,
iron Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SHORTER.
20 HOURS LESS TIME
than by my other route.
.freight line from PorUaiiti and ait petals
Willamette urn Line or earners.
The "Wm. M. Hoa," me "J. , Beat-
. HVk.n'pi.ru MiutAtra.)' nrfl in nervine
for both passenger aud freight tratUo be
tween Corvallis and Portland and Inter
mediate points, leaving Couipany't' wharf,
Corvallis, aud Messrs. Huitnaa fc Cos
wharf, Nos. 200 and 202 Front St., Fort
land, three times a week as follows :
Leave CorvaUU, Montlays, neauesuays ana rn
days at S a. m. Albany, tf.iW a, m. Arnvoa at Salem
m. Leave Salem Tuosdav, Thursday and baiur-
iimy aiu a .aT - ,..
i la.-, i I U ...L.. Wu.iniwlaitntn.nil Frifl.
MMIvt) ruuiiiu ..r-, " j
Uysat0a.ni, Arrive at dale ji at 7:15 p. ut. Leave
tUClQ lUUBUriJ, lUUisuaj sssu " t
trflVd V VU1 Italian ,w art
itnara malrtt 1iim AnnniwiLtna ftt Aittan
iriih tratos of the Oregon Pociiio Kailroad
TIM8 80HBDULK. (except Sundayi.)
v Albany. 1:00 p. u.
Leave CurvalliS. 1:10 p.m.
krrire Yaquiiia, 60 P. M.
baava Yaqtiiiia, 6:46 A,M.
Leave CorvaliUUiSS a.m.
Arrive Albany, 11:10 a. m,
I O.AO. trains connect at Albany and
Cor va) lis. The above trains connect at
Vaquina with the Oregon Development
Company's Line of Mtw-umbips between
Vaquiiitt and Tia Francisco.
MAlLilKC. DATEH . '-,
fV'iilnraBlta Vatlov. Thtir. Don. 11 th Wed. Dee. 1'ilh
Witlametlta Vu.llv Unn lint. 17th lnn. lit a. Siih
ttlaineue Valley. Hun. Dee. 30th.
KAMXK3, PROX HAS FKASCirtCO, FROM TA(iUl)(A
TUe Conipuy rveR ha right to
Uauge naiiliiH dates without notice.
N. it. Piihshii(4I-x from Purilitnfl ami
fViliainette Vaiiev noiuU can make close
tmiieetbu with the trains of the Yaquina
HtU at Aibuny or Corvallis, and it des
aodtofSfto Francinoo Hhouid arrange to
mve m xaquiua the evening beiore tute
I l-uaenxer aad Ftfalit Bale always turn
I l , IrttWCHi.
1 fPorlntonnation apply to (J J Stuart, Freight and
ticket Au.it, Alliaiiy, ortoCU H.ivH; Jr., O, V.
P. Ajft,, Orjifyi) JJevolopiuot.tiJo,, Urn. isomer
oati t whuaj j, 01, C 4J. .1'.,
A. l. P. an l P A int,
OrJU Paoilt; K ft U't. Uorvadt
.LB ANY. . OREGON!
PIAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR.
Fitted up In Crel-class style. Tables
ipplied with the bet in the market.
sleeping apartments. Sample rooms
r cominerolal travelers.
Mm Ciaelli ai l fr.na the elel.'St
SUPERIOR LINES OF
YOE & ROBSON'S.
City Election Notice,
Notice is hereby given that the anna at
election ' in and or the city of Albany, Linn
ooanty, Oregon, will be held Monday the
3rd day of December, A. 1883, for the
purpose of electing the following munieipal
officers, to-wit t Marshal, Treasurer, three
Couaoiltnen, one from each ward in said city.
The piling places will be as follows : First
ward, Ooanty Clerk's office j Second ward,
County Treasurer's office j Third ward, Farm
ers' Warehouse office.
The following named persons have been
appointed by the Council as Judges and
David Froman, Martin Payne, N T Moore j
Clerks, TJStites, O W Watts. Second
ward : Judges, t, Senders, W M Ketohum,
Geo Knox j Clerks, J a Wyatt, Cal Burk
hart. Third ward : Judges, John Isom, N
C W Eisley, R A. Irvine : Clerks, W H
Warner, W E Kelly.
Said election will begin at S o'clock in the
morning and oontimie without closing the
polls, until 6 o'clock in the evening of the
aboye mentioned day and date.
By order of the Council, 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 ol Brussels
carpet for 6o cents; a heavy three ply car
pet for 7J cents, and two ply carpets fron
40 cents to 50 cents. Carries large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A. B. McIlwain
Four good, reliable men to sell the Im-
nmVAri StncrAV Turn ami ........... . .
lshed, Address, The Singer Mfg Co,
t , a, attuuiBtLu, Agent,
Forest Grove, Or,, March 8th.
I have been troubled many years with
weakness of the kidnevs and have tried
many different remedies sought aid from
different nhvaiciana and even changed
climates to obtain relief, but have met
wim lnuiuerentsuooess, Hearing in rougn
a friend of the value of the Oregon Kidney
Tea, X obtained a box of it ana nave s
rived more benefit from It than from any
tnmg ise i nave yet loana,
J, T, Huff.
Sold by Foshay eVKason.
CUKE FOB SICK HEADACHE,
Do you want a remedy for B'llousness, Pimples on
t&e lac, siu a sure cure or steal neaoacne, aaa w,
Uufas and Son, the Druggists, for Dr.liei.m'. Lin
Fills, try a dose, aaniplej free full be 26 cent,
G. L. BLACKfVIAN,
Successor to E. W. Zo f don.
and fat, though
1 needn'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
a little bit short both ot breath
and of hair, but from shoulders to
knees you can sea I'm all there. I
Smile aud I laugh, I juke and I chaff;
I refuse to be sad and 1 never get mad.
But you'd never surmise where my happi- .
uess lies, so I'll up ami con fans what you
never could guess. A good thing to eat is
always a treat, which will make you as aweet
as our sugar eured meat, makes you fee! so content
with the money spent that you're bound to feel glad ;
and you couldn't get mad though a man just a thin as
a rail or a pin was to pull at your nose or tread on
your toes. If you're fat or your'e lean, if yotn'e
pleasant or mean, just give W. & T. a show .
to sell you right low, .you will feel .
suoh a thrill of con teutment until you'll
to enjoy mora of that
immense and you'll
srnse by buying
wish you were fat
For the feeling's
show your good
Wallace & Thompson's Fat Man,
Plinn Block, Albany, Or.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The nnderlgnsd is nrenwed to do tall
kinds of work in his line In first-olas or.
ier and with PMiHDtnetii. ddress P. O
box 87 or call at corner of 9th and Maple
I. N, Surra,
New Wash House.
Lee Chinaman, who lived in this town for
many yean and 7ks so well liked by every
body has returned and will open tip a new
wash house the first of September, one door
south ot the Kevere noose. Lies doesfitood
work and wants everybody to get their
washing done by him.
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DBYOB
L, W. CLARK,
Studio corner Second aud Ferry Streets
near Opera Hous. Ground floor.
Children's pictures a specialty.
A. J. ROSSITER, V. S.
flraiaata of Ontario Mmnvj
Is prepared to trsat dlssasss of all do
mestlo animals on scientific principle.
Residence and office two doors east of
Opera Bouse, Albany.
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob
son's, Special bargains
OSE DIES EVEltV SECOND,
Here are some interesting farta shnn.
the people who compose the population of
. i i -. .
There are laneuaees in the war! d
and its Inhabitants pjefess more than i,ooO
The number of men Is about equal to the
number oi women. The average of Ufa I.
aoout inirty-three jears. One quarter die
previous to the sge of seventeen. To
every I ,oooo oereons snlv on ra-h& inn
years of life, says the Goldtn Argesy. To
every ioo only six reach the age of sixty,
five, and not more than one in yx lives to
eighty years of age.
There are on the earth i.ooa.orvmr-, in
habitants: of these 3S,o33.o die everv vear
91,824 every day, 3,730 every hour and 60
every minute, on everv second.
The married are longer lived than the
ssngie, ana, aoove aii, those who observe a
sober and Industrious conduct. Tll men
live longer than short ones. Women have
more chances of life in their favor preyious
to fifty years of age than men have, but
The number of marriages is in the pro
portion of 75 to every j,x Individuals
Marriages are more freauent affer prminov.
es that is, during the months of June and
Those born in spring are generally of a
more robust constitution than others.
by day, also deaths.
The number of men capable of bearing,
arms is calculated at one-fourth of the population.
Ladies, do not ruin you completion by
the use of poisonous cosmetics and face
powders, ir your face is red er sunburned,
If you are so unfortunate as to have pira
pis or blotches on the neck and face Da
lard's Specific will not cover them like a
eoat if paint but will most effectively re
move all biemiefaes from the skin and re
store them to it natural youthful bloom.
For sale by Foshay Mason,
Pendliton, Oregon, January, 12.
Having suffered with my kidneys I was
induced to try the Oreeun Kidney Tea
which relUyed me is a short time, I take
I Measure In recommending it to the pub
ic as a safe remedy for kidney difficul
ties, Gkorq& W. Bailet,
County judge of Umatilla.
SO smai tracts ni thru farm ah iwsr avrm
Soma near town.
'Harperf liagTiiine" is tho most usfu1, entrtam
injj, and beautiful periodical In the weld. Among
the attraction for 1S83 will be a new novel an
American atory, entitled ' ' J aplterLighU" by Con-
stance F. Wooison ; illustrations ol Shakes aie'e
Comedies b E. A. Abbey ; a aeriom ol artlclef on
Russia, i&astraed by T, DaT&aUtrup ; papers on the
Dominion of Canada and a characteristic serial by
Charioa Dudly Warner ; thre "Norwegiaa Studies,"
by Bjomstjerae Bjoruaon. illustrated ; "Commodua,'
a historical play by th author of 4&Q-Hurt Ulv
trated by 3 R Weguelln, etc, Th ElitDraiai Depart
ments are conducted by Georg WilHara Curtis. Wit
liam Dei lloweiU, and Charles Dudley Warner,
HiEPEE'S PEMOMOAIS. .
HAKFEH'S MAGAZINE. ( ,4 00
HARPER'S WEEKLY 4 00
HARPER'S BAZAR. . .. , 4 (J
HARfERfS YOUNG PEOPLE ,...., S 00
, Postage free ail subscribers in Ik V mi ed
Sfatest Canada or Mexico.
The volumes of the Magazine bein with the Nnm
bers fof June and Decern Vjar of each jrear, When no
time u ipecfiod, ubcr;pUonst will bagiit with .
Number cru mm t at the t'.m of rccSpt of or Jet,
Bound To5ume of "Hrj,r StijaisW, &r three
yar back, fit nt cloth bWm u 'dl he sent by
mail, post-paid on receipt of i3 00 parvouma, Cioifa
caaea, trr binding, so cents each by mttif postpaid
Indos toHirper Xasraslne Aiphabotica1, Ana
lytical, and Classifierf, lor Volumes I to 1 inclusive,
from June, l50f to June, 1885, one of. Sro, ciotb,
Remittanoos thouid be made by P-xtoffice Honey
Order or Draft, to avoid chance of ioe.
Newspapers arc not to copy this sdvsrtisesKUt :
without the express order of Harper and Brothers.
Addrese : HARPER and BROTHERS,
RaNVERS, Mass, Nov. 36. The present
itorm is the worst ever exoer ieruwi t
time of year. The wind blew a hurricane.
four ferf Hnra. -, t 1 i
.' " 'ni i.jijiic : jiij;u
religious services were suspended last night.
Telephone, telegraph and electric light
wires ar rfnwn Tl. ' - r i! .
the streets flooded.
Despatches from all Darts of the K
report terrible storms and great damage to
A It, B. Completed
Heppser, Or, Nov. 26 Th W;n.
Creek branck of the O. R. &. N. w.
pleted to lleppner to-day, the present
. , pcupie were present.
Many citizen, tvi .uv.t j.; i . r
pany E ot the O. N.G. and She mayor and
council, headed by the Heppner band
marched fr K .
grounds, where Mayor Henry Blackma
San Francisco. Nov. if, ThR atat
ment was made in an evening naner that
J. M. Buckley, assistant general manager
ot me western division of the Northern
Pacific, and R. Koehler, manager of the
Southern Pacific lines in Oregon, would
meet Manager A. N. Towne soinetime.and
have an informal Hrertiselnn .v., .rmWI
facilities in Portland.
Washcsctok, Nov. 2S. Senator Ouav
said to-day that the republicans would have
a majority of nine in the next house.
Pittsburg, Penn Nov. 26. DorV
Hagserty was unloading nifirj-wlvrin.
o & , ...
at Pleasantville, Shenango county, at noon
. - - ...... .ujjuudu. it jn a
wagon. It exploded by some means, and
Haggerty was literally annihilated. Part,
of his two horses were found half a mile
Tacchsa, Nov. 26. Evanselist Moedv
arrived here Saturday ant! yesterday gave
four sermons at the opera house, at each
one of which the haii was pack to Its nt
mostcapacity. To night a thousand men
and women gathered in front of the doors
an hour before they were opened. The
crowd became imnstW an i, . s. -
deors were finally opened the crush was so
great that many persons were injured. One
iady was seriously hurt, being unable to
retrace her steps, and was compelled to re
main In .. ..j, .t .
... tv tttt bhuj toe services were
Terrible Snooting Affair.
Ft. Smith, Ark- Nov. 56. Word ha
just reached here of a terrible shooting af.
iray at vian, Indian territory, which re
suited In the death of four Cherokee Indi
ansGeorge Starr, Issae Geatie jessi
Laundrum and Boot ifenzen. The three
three last numed were drunk, and Starr
was one of a posse sent to arrest them
The shooting Sr tti nt,1 n c.i c . -. -
brothers of George, was shot through"" the
m WARE AND HARD
WARE OF ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
Can you imagine any ailment thai will
makea(,-ood matured person so peevish,
dissatisfied, 111 tempered and cranky m
billiousnsss? There is no reason, what
ever, why any one should stifter from in
digestion, dyspepsia, torpid liver and loss
of aapeute, when Dr. Henley's Dandelion
Tonic, which every on knows i a cr.
tain cure, caa be so easily obtained. For
saie by Foshay Mason. .
I8. BO S KO
in his new discovery for ConsurnptioB, sua.
eeetied in preducisg a tried ichw which ii ac
knowledged by ail to be simply marvelous,
It is exceedingly pifasast to the taste, psr
feetiy haniilesr, d does not sicken. In all
cases of cases ot Cuosuiuption. Coaghs,Oolds
Whooping Cough, Croop, Bronohttts, and
Pains in the Chest, it has given universal
satisfaction. Ir Bosanko's Cough and Lung
Syrup is sold at 50 cents by l)r tiuiss & Son.
Iwtii.if fttei are kaoti fcy m !-,ire lit j mr
Imi prodoaBjaTerjrdwurraMSta itchtojr after
in? warm. This form x . as BSiod, titteKf j tnt
protnollnaPifM.irlefcfat enc ta sht sji!tletiw el
theparttafrctl,abafrbin2UMiiumora, allayiRs: ih
inttas. (tents a4 ffet,Bip . wkumri
Ui.) . . ...
" i" ! .vrveu in i'fe
grant .ale. This will be the greatest oppor
snitv vr ofiered la hv .t.-li.i, u.-,..
, v J n
MosratTH 3C SEITESBiCB,
W will .ell a An .AMiH i .1
any store in town.
SECURE' PRICES. F0
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOii) & R 0ES0M