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ALBANY, OR., WNDEESDAY,NOVEMBEll 28, 1888.
OVttiLfV.J U CALIFJiM
iJoatiiam Paoifla Company's Line.
run nr. su asc.. saurs.
lao batawu Alba-iy a ii be;. KruciW3, 85 hour.
uAUroasia axrssa. .tiK sailt
.0O r. M. Loavo Portland Arriv. I 10:45
o:isr m I uuavv aiimiij -
7:45 a a Arrive dan r'taiioirio Leave 7:u0 r
WAli ruassusa TRAiaa daily ieaoept guuday).
8rU0 A M I'Leave" Portland Arrive S:45 r
li:40ra Leave Albany Leave . 11:30 . i
2-40 F M I Arrive Euvoue Leave uaoa
VXU1. riUUUU TEAIJC. DAU.1, JlCltl UUAI.
8-20 P a I Leave Albany
nod r il Arnv. Lebanon
12:oU CM I Leave Albany
lJr Arrive Lebanon
I I 0:3
PULLMAK BUFFET SLEEPERS.
.Tourist Sleeping Oars
or Aceoia.iiouAtioH ul seeoud-l'Ia. famn
Iters, atlacueil la Kxprcts Train..
Weal Side Iv'JvIalon.
BKTWltE l"4Uri,.A.XI Al COKVALL1S,
Talis DAllT (ox:opt Sunday,)
7rJJ A H I Leave Cortland Arrivo l:ii) t a
li:2f p Arnv. Uorvtlln Leave law M
sxpaxsa TbAiHa oailt (exejp. Sunday.
I 'M r a I Lei re Portland Arrive 1 1):(I0 A H
tiiUO p 11 1 Ar.i". MoMiiiuvillo Leave 6.45 A M
. . ....I nnrvallia connect with train, of
Orel m Pause Kallroad
Through tlckott to all points south '.and Mat via
For (nil information reirarding rate., ma, etc.,
call on Company Atfeut at Albany
B. KOKULKK, E- r. ROUEK3,
iliuti: l4rtJ. il A
IE MQU1NA ROUTE.
Oregon Pacific Railroad,
iron Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SHORTER.
20 HOURS LESS TIME
than by any other route.
First-class through passenger and
freight line from Portland and all points
in tne Willamotle Valley to and from San
Francisco, Cal. . . , ; ;
Willamette Eiver Line of Steamers.
The "Win. M. Hoag," The -'N. S, Bent
ey," The "Three Sisters" are in service
for both passenger and freight tratllo be
tween Corvallis and Portland and inter
mediate poiuts, leaving Company'!' wharf,
Corvallis, and Messrs. Hulinan it Co's
wharf, Nos. 200 and 202 Front St., Port
land, three times a week as follows :
Leave drvallls, Mondays, Weduwday. and Fri
day.at 8 a. m. Albany, u:3j a, m. Arrive, at dalem
3 p. m. Liav. Salem Tueedav, Tnnraday and Satur
day at 0 a. ui. Arrive at Portland 3:3 J p. m
Lave Portland Monday., Wednesday, and Frid.
day. alt) a. ui. Arrive atSaleji at 7:16 p. in. Leave
Salem Tuesday, Thuraday and Saturday at S a, m.
Arrive at Corvallil at 3;3U p, m, ,
Boats make close connection at Alban
with trains of the Oregon Pacific Kailruad
TISIB satittOULB. (except Sunday..)
Let v. Albany, 1:00 r. M,
Leave Corvallis, 1:40 P.M.
Arrive Yaquiua, 6:30 P. a.
Leave Yaquina, S:46 A.M.
Leave Oorvallis,lU:36 a,m.
Arrive Albany, 11:10 A. u,
O. & O. traias oonoe.it at Albany and
Corvallis. The above trains connect at
Yaquina with the Oregon Development
Company's Line of Steamships between
Yaquina and Man Francisco,
SAILING DATES . ' ' ' !
IIKIMSKH. mo .AN PKANOISCO. PKOS TAQUlSA
Willamette Valley, Thura, Dec. Olh Wed. Due. I'.'lh
Willamotle Valley, .Hon. Dec 17th lion. Dec. 24th
rVillaiuett. Valley, Sun. Deo. 80th.
Tho Company curves the right, to
Ohange sail lug dates without notice.
N. U. Pansengors from Pur.lnnd and
Willamette Va iey poiuts can make close
connection with the trains of the Yaquina
route at Albany or Corvallis, and il des
tined to San Francisoo should arrange to
arrive at Yaquiua the evening bo fur ('ato
rjissenner and FielsM Kale, always i
HForlnfjrmrtlon apply to O i Stuart, Freljht and
Ticket A, o.i'., Albanv, or to C H Hainll, Jr., O. K.
A P. Ajt Oruiron Development Co,, 04 Moiitmery
San r'rauijOi, Cl, il. V. HlrMt ti,
A. il. F. and P. Aint,
Orijju Paclio a R Oo. CorvallU
ALBANY, . - OREGONJ
CIIAS. PFEIFFER PftOPRIETOR.
Fitted up In flrsl-class style. Tables
supplied with the best In the market.
Nice sleeping apartments. Sample rooms
for commercial travelers,
aT Free Coack te anil frees the sfetel.ta
SUPERIOR LINES OF
I AGRICULTURAL IWI
P - i MENT8 AT DE
City Election Notice,
Notioe is hereby oiveu that the annnal
election' in and for the city of Albany, Linn
couuty, uregon, will ts field Monday the
3rd day of December, A. D, 1888, for the
forpoaeof eleoting the following municipal
officers, to-wit i Marshal, Treasurer, three
Coaacilmen, one from each ward in said city.
The polling places will be as follows : First
wrd, County Clerk's office ; Second ward,
County Treasurer's office ; Third ward. Farm
ers' Warehouse office.
The following named persons havo been
appointed by the Council as Judges and
Clerks of said election First waM, .r,l..
David FromaD, Martin Payne. N T Moore ;
Clerks, T J Stites, C W Watts. Seoond
ward ! Judges, L Senders, W M Ketuhum,
Geo Knox ; Clerks, J It Wyatt, Cal Burk
Third ward ! Judges, John Isom, N
C W Eisley, It 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, until 6o'olook in the evening of the
above mentioned day and date.
By order of the Council, made Nov ember
N. J. Hkntos,
. Recorder of the City of Albany.
Albany, Or., Nov. 17th, 1983.
Cheaper than you can buy them In Port.
land. Will sell a good grade of Brussels
carnet for 6a rnta; a heavv three nlv car.
pet for 7C cents, and two ply carpets from
40 cents to 50 cents. Carries , large line
ot oil cloths, linoleum and window shades,
A. B. Ml-Ilwain
Four eood. reliable mnn to noil tho t
proved Singer, Team and wagon furu
lshbd, Address, The Singer M'fg Co,
tf. A. ASUHIBILD, Agent,
Forest Gove, Or,, March 8th.
I have been troubled many years with
weakness of the kidnevs and have tried
many different remedies aougbt aid from
dilfereut physioians and 'even changed
climates to obtain relief," bat have met
with indifferent success, Bearing through
a friend of the val lie of the Oregon Kidney
Tea, I obtained a box of it and have
rived more benefit from It than from any
thing else I have yet found,
J. T, Huff.
Sold by Foshay fc Mason.
CUKE FOR SICK HEADACHE.
bayou want a remedy for B'llouineeB, Pimple, on
the face, aid a sure cure for sick headache, auk Dr.
Gui. and son, the Druggut., for Dr. Cei.nl'. Liv.
Pills, try a do, sample, free full box 25 cent,
G. L. BLACKMAN,
Successor to E. W. Lanjdon,
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 flios upon me. I'm -
a little hit short both ot breath
and of liair, 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 surmisH where my happi
ness lies, so I'll up and confass what yon
never could guess. A good thing to eat is
always a treat, which will make you as aweet
as otir sugur cured meat,makes you feel so content
with the mcney spent that you're bound to feel glad ;
and you couldn't get mad though a man just as thin as
a rail or a pin was to pull at your nose or tread on
your tees. If you're fit or yonr'e lean, if youi'e
pleasant or mean, just give VV. & T. show .
to sell you right low, you will feel
. such a thrill of con tentment until you'll
tn enjoy more of that
immense and you'll ,
8'nae by buying
wish you were fat
For the feeling's
show your good
rf W tt T
Wallace & Thompson's Fat Man.
' Plinn Block, Albany, Or.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The undsrsltrne.l Is prepared to do all
kinds of work in his line in first-olass or,
der and with promp:na. Addruss P. O
bz87or call at corner of 9th and Maple
i. n, DM1TAL,
New Wash House.
Lee Chinaman, who lived in this town for
many years and was to well liked by every
body has returned and will open up a new
wash boase the first of September, one door
sooth of the Revere Honse. Lee doeslgood
work and wants everybody to get (their
washing done by him.
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DETOE
L, W. CLARK,
8tuli eorner So-nd and Ferry Streets
near Opera Hon.. Uround floor. '
Children's pictures a specialty,
A. J. R0SS1TER, V. S.
Graiaiti of Ontario Veterinary
Is proparoi to treat dissases of all do
msstio animals on scientific 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'
Some time ago the Oreqoiiian, without
raising, or pretending to ralsc.any question
about tne fairness of elections In the South
said that Harrison would have a large ma
jority of the popular vote over Cleveland
Now, finding that Its stupidity led it astray
and that Cleveland now as well as In 1S84,
Hancock In 1870, and Tilden In 1876, has a'
majority of the popular vote, It falls back
on its all-predominating sectional hobby
ana acciares that the majorities In Ala
bama, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida
.....o,,i UI1U 5Cverai otner southern
states are simply manufactured. Thi. It
says without the least scintilla of evidence
to prove it. 1 111s statement is not made
the interest of truth. Derail.,. lla oxlknp
anew me statement was false, but it is
made for the purpose of firingthe northern
..,.i.iiuiii:a,iiiK up nreiuuice ntrninar
, 1. 1 X . v. . . . ' . . . 0
pupic jl me siiiun. it is this that
makes the south solid. That paper does
not name any proof of Its statement, does
not prel end that there is anv. conlH nut
proauceany more proof than might be pro
duced as to unfairness in Ohlo.Pennsylvan-
KEVERE House Frnnk MnlW R n
Manning, G Lanir. C Barlow, (i H Hot,.
0 feldness, P New, R Glass, Portland; E
R Drew, Boston; F G Baumgart, Chicago;
1 Crislett, Cal; A S Cahan, S F; B F
1 nomas, noston; A M Wche, Pasco; J A
Burton, Scio; D B Monteitli, city; W Bak
er, j 11 need, w 11 Bryan, O P R R.
St Charles. C M Wait, R 8 Moss,
Portland ; H D Sides,Dayton,Ohio : W P
Pearsall, Philadelphia, Penn ; J B Maher,
J E Bushnell, J H Reed, O P R R ; F J
Newton, Watertown, N Y ; G W Sackett,
L B Merton .Chicago ; D P Mason.Alban y ;
J A Beard, Lebanon ; J Mathena, Sacra
mento ; J Jacobs, N Y ; C W Bowcn.S F ;
I A Coldren,CavensviIle,Kan ; W C Riggs,
Crawfordsville ; H C Bryan.Mehama ; N
Likins, St Paul, Minn ; J E Moore, Louis
Hale, St Louis, Mo ; Mrs G B Smith, Cor
vallis. Rf ss House. J Slevrn ; II C Pral ; A
Dumr ; Miss Vanburn ; A Ninow ; W B
Hardwicke, Los Angeles ; H J Hand ; G
A Lambert, O P R R ; B Butler ; C W
Marields ; J Wright ; J T Keams ; T
Wickinger ; F Gustafson ; G Dahl ; C
Dahl ; F Roberts ; J Maicr ; J Berg ; W
Y Coinptoin ; W L Coffan ; W Givcns ;
G Smith, Brookfield ; R Suitor ; H E
Ennis j T Suitor j F L Robinson ; O H
Johnson, Gardner ; E M Peterson ; Jas
Mclver ; J Van Winkle, Halsey ; I II
Van Winkle ; J Kaiser ; W J Bonzer.Mon;
G Young, Portland
Democratic City Convention.
A, mass meeting of the democrats of Al
bany will be held at the Court House on
flturdnv evinlno- ,ef ' ,QQC . m
, .a., .WW, M y
o'clock, for . the purpose of nominating
candidates for Marshal and Treasurer, to
be voted for at the election on Monday,
Uec. 3rd, 18S8.
The committee recommend that the va
rious ward meetings tie held on Friday
evening, Nov. 30th, at 7 o'clock, at the fol
lowing places ;
first Ward Lp stairs In the Circuit
Second Ward- -In the Countv Court
Third Ward I G Cherrv's foundrv of.
Each ward will nominate one candidate
for Councilman and select a member of
the City Central committee.
L. H. Montanvr,
J. K. Wkathfrford,
J. P. Gai.braith.
Big U. It. Trust.
Chicago, Nov. 27. The local papers say
For several weeks psst Jay Gould, C. P.
Huntington, Charles Froncis Adams, W. B.
Strong and other railroad magnates interes
ted in Western railroads have been hold
ing a conference in New York, In wnich
Chairman Mldgely of the Southwestern
Kailroad Association has taken nniniin.nl
part. The object of these conference! has
been keep a profound secret. Saturday f he
announcement was made by the conference
that a grand agreement had been made,
whereby the troubles among the South
western roads woud be ended and rates ad
vanced from 25 to 35 per cent, as soon as
possible. It has been learned, however,
that the project- contcmDlntea nnthintr
more nor less than the formnti rin rvf a m.
gantic railroad trust.
GOLDEN ltlTlvC BAZAAR.
Cash (Joes a I-ong Wuysnt Julius firnilivohl'
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
'1 dozen unhandlcd '.ea cups and saucers.
y2 dozen unhandlcd coffee cups and sau
cers, 45 cts.
i dozen handled coffee cups and sau
cers, 50 cts.
JS dozen seven inch dinner plates, 45
These coodf are all Iron stone China and
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
are for 30 days.
Ladles, rto not ruin vnn nniTinfnzlInn fir
ths use of poisonous eonmeties and face
powders. If your face is red or sunburned,
if you are so unfortunate as to have plm
plri or bletcheson the neck and face Du
lard's Hpoulflo will not cover thorn like a
coat of paint but will most effectively re
move all blemlahes from the skin and re
store them to It nstural youthful bloom.
For sale hy Foshay A Mason.
TIN WARE AND HARD-
WARE OF ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & ROBSON'S.
An Immense Storm,
Coiiasset, Mass., Nov. 27. AH dav
long wreckage of various descriptions has
been coming ashore along the beaches,more
particularly at Sandy Cove. Hun-ilmh.
spars, cabin furniture, fine Inside furnish.
int;s, chairs. life nrftflprvprB anil ntkm-n)!
cles appertaining to a steamer's outfit, and
many of them stamped with the word
"Allentown," have been seen in the break
ers off shore, and found scattered along th
water front. This wreckage tells too plain
ly that the fine iron steamer Allentown
has been broken un on nnm nf n, t,
sunken ledges of this port, always a terror
New York, Nov. 28The walkins-
match at 1 A. M. was: Cartwrlght 227,
Howard 2i6.Hart 207, W.Smith 160, Moore
140, Cox 202. Littlewood i8 r.nl.i. .,,
Noremac 187, Hertv 215, Day 205, Mason
206, Campana 190, Elson 185, Taylor 170,
Smylie 153. 1
Indianapolis, Nov. 27. The official
canvass of the presidential vote of Indiana
was completed to-nlirht. Th mini 1.
536,949, divided as follows : Republicans
co3?1;' democraU 261,013, prohibition
obSi, labor 2594 ; republican plurnlity,2348;
Gen. Hovey's plurality, 2200.
San Francisco,Nov. 27. The Examiwr
will say to-monow : The latest amended
aggregates of election returns, as received
frem the official canvassers of the state.are
as follows : Total vote.250.107 : Harrl.nn.
34,795 ; Cleveland. 11 T.VfiS FUU
Chicago, Nov. 27. The official canvass
of the Illinois election returns was finished
to-day. Fifer, the republican candidate
for governor, has 12,1:37 over Palmer.dem-
ocrat. Harrison's plurality over Cleveland
Beach Defeats Hanlan.
Sydney, N. S. W, Nov 27. Beach and
Hanlan rowed a race on the Paramatta
river to-day for 500 a side. Beach won.
Can you Imagine any ailment that will
make a food natured person so peevish,
ilmsstislled. Ill tempered and cranky un
bllliouansBsT There is no reason, what
ever, why any one should sutler from in
digestion, dyspepsia, torpid liver and loss
of appetite, when Dr. Henley's Dandelion
Tonio, which every one kuows is a cer
tain cure, cau bo so easily obtained. For
sale by Foshay Mason.
DR. BO NsN-HO
in his new dioovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded in producing a medicine which iiac
knowledued by all to be simply marvelour.
It is exeeedioKly pleasaut to the taete. per
fectly harmlcst, and does not sicken. In all
caes of cases of Consumption. CnnliM.Colds
Whooping Couoh, Croup, Bronchitis, and
Pains in the Chest, it lias given universal
satisfaction. Dr Hnannkn'g Cnngh ami Lung
Syrup is sold at 50 eents by Dr Ouiss It Son.
Itchmir Pilei ere known by mol.ure like v.'rir
ion proilocinfr a very diaaareeable itching after
Imcwarm. This form a. well a. Dllml, Hleedpa- and
Erotni.hnr Pile., yield at one tn the annllcation of
r. BoMiiko'. Pile remnly, w.ilch act. directly nnm
the parti affected, abanrbing the tumors, allaying the
Ink nee itclilni ami effeoliiig a perm.nert cure. W
centr. A-idrei. The Ur Hosaiiko VM;ciiie Co . Piau
o. SiJd by Ur, C -ilea and Hon.
Winter wraps, are not ns rved in fie
great .sle. This will be tbe greatest oppor
unity ever offered to buy a itylish wrap at
low pi ins.
MOXTKITH SC SEITKNnaCH,
PKNni.KTON, Oregon, January, 12.
Having suffered with my kidneys I was
Induced to) try the Oregun Kidney Tea
which relayed me In a short time. I lake
pleasure in recommending It to the puh
10 as a safe remedy for kidney dlftlcul
Ue. Okobor W. lUir.KT,
County Judge of Umatilla.
SECURE PRICES. NO
1 ROUBLE TO SHOW
PEYOJi & ROB SOU