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ALBANY OR., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1,1888.
' OVMWM Ti) CLIF JiAllA
Southara Paciflo Company's Line.
this mt. saisri aaivu.
GOLDEN KULE BAZAAR.
Albtny wid " Frnclu, 85 hoars
UUIOUU BSMM lktun "'''
4 00 P. M. I Leave Portland
8-lSrM Ljivo Albany
?:15 A 11 I Arrive 8an fnmclsM
10:45 A u
O Ai A M
7:00 I u
risssauK truss OAi" (exoopt Bimlay).
8:00 A H I Leave
12:40 p u I Leave
2:40 PH Arrive
Loave I a m
TRAIMB DA1, MO'" """
8:20 p 11
1: JO i M
0:30 A M
2:45 P U
Cash Goefia Long Ways at Julius GradnroUT
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 6ome of my cash retail
J dozen unhandled teacups and saucers,
i dozen unhandled coffee cups and sau
cers, 45 cts.
'i dozen handled coffee cups an d sau
cers, 50 cts.
dozen seven inch dinner plates, 45
These goods are all iron stone China and
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
are tor 30 (lays.
Tourist Sleeping Oars
, Acorn eu "
eM. uttucheil t Express 1 ruins.
Veil siae division.
BKT1TKKX rUttlXAMa AMI) tURVAILlg.
train daily (exjept Sunday,)
lilSS P M
0:20 p H
Forest Grove, Or,, Maroh 8th.
I have been troubled manr vuars with
weakness of the kidneys and have tried
many different remedies sought aid from
different physioians and even changed
climates to obtaiu relief, but have met
with indifferent success. Hearlne through
a friend of the val ue of the Oregon Kidney
Tea, I obtained a box of it and have ie
nvea more Denelit from it than from any
thing else I have yet found,
J. x, MUFF.
Sold by Foshay & Mason.
uxrssss tcaixs olllA (oxojpi Sunday.
4:50 p a
Lei ro Portland
0:00 A M
5.45 A H
AtA'eany wl Corvallis connect witu trains 01
Grot in Pacifte Kallroad
Through ticket, to .11 points south and east Vl
For lull information reZardlnS ratoe, map., etc.,
call on Company's Aeut at Albany. M
Ait't J- i1 A
g YAQUINA 110UTE.
Oregon Pacific Railroad,
,on Development Company's Steam
B ship Line.
225 MILES SH0RTE8.
20 HOUftS LESS TIME
than by any other route.
n,mni.h nasseniror and
froiih Tine from Portland and all points
mie wSumetie Valley to and from San
Willamette HAver Lino of Steamers.
n. M. Hoair." The S, Bent
.. , .,Th,u KiutnrH" are in service
twe,n. ":.vinVcomDanv'7' wharf,
r'r. : m.... Hu man & Co's
wharrNos. 200 and .m Front St Port-
land, tnree iimera no
- , ,11. unnii.Di WfliluuHdava and
Loaveor.u.j, "--"-j-. " .- , Sl,orn
days at o a. " '..,. .nilraday and Satur-
Arrive at rorwanu f.
3 u. ro
day atOa, m.
" 1 vi ....inva Wadn.dduvs and Frld'
a at sale. at 7:15 P. m. Leave
Salem Tuesday, Tlmraday and Saturday all) a,
Arrivo at CorvallU at 3;W p. in.
Boats make close connection at Alban
with trains of the Oregon i-acitto Kailroad
TIME SCllBPULK. (except Sunday.)
Lotve Albany, 1:00 P. M,
Leave Corvallia, 1:10 P.M.
Arrive Yaquiua, 6:30 P. M.
Leave Yaquina. 0:45 A.M.
Leave Corvallie,10:35 A,M.
Arnve Albany, 11:10 A.
n n frftinn nnnnest at Albany and
florvallls. The above trains connect at
Yaquina with the Oregon Development
rvunnane'. Line of Steamships between
Yaquina and Sid Francisco,
SAILING BATES .
FROM BAH PltANClSCO.
Willamette Valley, Thur., Doc. 8th
Willamotte Valley, Mou. Dec. 17tn
Willamette Valley, Sun. Dee. 80th.
Wed. Dec. T-'th
Mou. Dec. 21th
CUKE FOR SICK HEADACHE,
Dorou want, remedv for B'liousneui. Pimnlna on
the face, and a sure cure for sick hoadache, auk Dr.
Ou'ita and Son, the Dru-'giflts, for Dr. Uer.ni's Live
1'illa, try a dose, eampiee free full box 25 cent,
Senator Hale declares the Stnate Tariff
bill will be passed and Blaine will be Secre
tary of State. This la eqnivalent to say"
ing that the Surplus will vanish from poli
tics and the nation will spend its time defy
ing the rest of the earth.
I respect the man who knows distinctly
what he wishes. The greater part of all
the mischief in the world arises from fhe
fact that men do not sufficiently understand
their own aims. They have undertaken to
build a tower.and spend no more labor on
the foundation than would be necessary to
erect a hut. Goethe. 1
A sound mind in a sound body is a short
but full description of a happy state in this
world i he that has these two has little
more to wish for, and he that wants either
of them will be but little the better for
anything else. Locke.
When a man mistakes his thoughts for
persons and things, he is mad. A madman
is properly so defined. Coleridge.
Clothing A large and complete lin
gents' clothing and furnishing goods at
.v. B. Mcllwain's. In the clothing depart
ment he has a large line of pants, regular
value, $5, which he will sell during the
coming week for $2.50.
For Sale Cheap. Cook stove, only
used two or three months. Call at this office.
I'm jolly v
and fat, though
1 ueodn'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 Iiair, but from shoulders to
knees you can see I'm all there. I
Smile and I laugh, I juke and I chaff;
I refuse to be sad and 1 never get mad.
But you'd never surmise whore my happi
ness lies, so I'll up and coufess what yon
never could guess. A good thing to eat is
always a treat, which will make you as sweet
H8 oht sugar eured meat,makes you feel so oontent
with the money 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 fat or your'e lean, if youi'e
pleasant or mean, just give W. & T. a show
to sell you right low, you will feel
such a thrill of coo tentment until you'll .
wish you were fat to enjoy more of that
For the feeling's immense and you'll
show your good sense by buying
croceriev.pro visions and
r.f W & T
The Company jrvef) the right
HuIum wiLhnllt notice.
m i p.,.m'ii from For. Unci and
Win,. ...nim Vnilnv nnints can make close
connection with the trains of the Yaquina
route at Albauv or Corvallis, ana 11 ues
tine.l to Mau Franeisuo should arrange to
Arrive at Yaquina the evening before (Ute
iJoMCiwr ami Fiflalit Knles always me
"For Information apply to U J Stuart, Freight and
Ticket Aent, Alnany, or. to 0 H Hasvell, Jr., O. p.
Si P. Aitl,, Orcirun Development Co., 3U4 Montgomery
Han Vr.fioij, Cal, MJlillli,
A. O. F. and P. Ajent,
Oreion Pacidc It B Co. Corvalllj
ALBANY, - - - 0REG0NJ
CHAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR,
Fitted up In first-class stylo. Tables
supplied with the beat in the market.
Nice sleeping apartments. Sample rooms
for commercial travelers,
artrt Concli to ami frim she at etel.-
Pine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob
so a's, Special bargains'
Wallace k TSiompsow's Fat Man,
Plinn Block, Albany, Or.
New Wash House.
Lee Chinaman, who lived in this town for
many years and was so well liked by every
body has returned and will open up a new
wash house the first of Septembor, one door
south of the Revere House. Leo doesjiiood
work and wants everybody to get fitheir
washing done by him.
Four aood, reliable men to sell the Im
proved Singer. Team and wagon lurn
lshed, Address, The Singer M'fg Co.
J. A. Abchibald, Agent,
SUPERIOR LINES OF
Edited by Albany W, 0. T, V
The Albany Union is to be congratulat
ed upon the liberal spirit of its members.
The receipts of the Thanksgiving social,
($89.00) prove their generosity, beyond
question. To the public who gave con
tributions at the door, the ladies tender
hearty thanks ; to the ever polite and oblig
ing editors, they are very grateful, and to
the friends who furnished the program
they offer sincere thanks. The occasion
was certainly a very pleasant one and will
long be remembered.
The Empress of Japan has established a
college for women, to be superintended by
a committc of foreign ladies. Two of these
are Americans, two English and the other
two French and German respectively.
It is stated that wine grapes of Califor
nia are not in such demand as heretofore.
They have sold this season as low as $6.00
per ton, white table grapes have been in
demand at the highest figure of $25 per
ton. Surely this argues well for the tem
perance work that has been done in that
The President of the State Union of
Texas, recently organized a Union in the
city of Mexico. So the gooii work goes on.
The Pundita Ramabl has raised in the
United States for the establishing of her
school in India, $18,325.96. This does not
include the Pacific Coast contribution, as
that has not yet been reported. About $12,-
000 more is needed for the general fund.
The State President of West Va., thus
accounts for the defeat of the Prohibitory
Amendment : "The Republicans stoned
the Amendment, the liquor men furnished
the stones, and the Democrats stood by con
senting to its death.
Dealers in all the latest improved Pianos
Organ, Sewing Machines, Guns. Also
a full line of warrante 1 Razors, Butcher
aii'f rocket Knives. The belt kind of
sewing machine oil, needles and extras,
for all maohines. Ail repairing neatly
ana reasonaoiy aone.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The undersiene.1 is nreoared to do ;b11
kinds or worn in nis line in nrsi-eiass or,
der and with Dromntneas. Address P. O
box 87 or call at, corner 01 via ana mapie
I. N, Smith,
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEYOE
Mrs. Bishop Simpson, so lone a resident
of Philadelphia and so active in its philan-
thropies, is still at tne lore in me Desr. worn
of the ereat church her husband did so
much to buna, wot longagoagemieman
who had civen her the ground for a Child
ren's Orphanage of the M E Church told
her tnat it in lour weess sne wouiu oring
to the bank at 9 a. m. a check for $10,000
towards the new building, he would give
her one for $20,000. The indomitable wo
man set at work.advanced as she is in years
and by the help of the M c, (Jhurclies to
which she went with personal appeal, 6e
cured the sum and was promptly on hand
at the designated time and place, where
upon Colonel Bennett gave her 5,ooo
more than he had pro.nisea.
The Raleiuh ( N 01 Chris '.ian Advocate, in
giving examples of total abstinence from
intoxicants.relates the following of General
Robert E Lee : "Just as he was starting
to the Mexican war a lady 01 v lrginia gave
him a bottle of fine old whiskey, stating
that he would no doubt need it, and would
not be able to find any in that country. The
General said, years afterward, in reference
to this bottle : I carried that bottle all
through the war without having had the
slightest occasion to use it, and on my re
turn home I sent it back to my good friend
that she might be convinced that I could
get on without liquor.' On another occas
ion the General invited some friends to
drink with him. The demijohn was brought
out, the glasses were filled not with old
'Cognac or 'Bourbon' outwun iresn our
termilk, which a lady, knowing his taste,
had sent him."
A Seattle Fire.
Seattle, Nov. 30.-The mostextensiye
fire Seattle has experienced for two years
broke out at midnight last night in the rear
of the Fruenthal and Post buildings, on the
west siae ot front street, between Union
and University streets, and in an hour the
whole structure was in ashes. An estimate
of the losses gives the total at $5i,65o,upon
wnicn the insurance was only $i2,ooo.The
lowness of the insurance is accounted for
by the high rate in that locality.
Fred Grant's. Wants. .
New Yok k.Nov. 30. The Mail and Ex
press is authority for the statement that
ioi. 1 red Orant wants to be minister to
China, and Senator Farwell went with him
to Indianapolis to say so in his behalf.
Tht Veto of Wisconsin.
Milwaukee, Nov. 30. The official can
vass shows a total vote for president of
35466 an increase of 34,776 over 1S84.
Harrisons plurality is 21.271. Blames
plurality in 1884 was 14,680. Piske recelv
ed 14,227 votes, a eain of 6621 over 1884.
The labor vote was 8552, as against 18,518
Washington, Nov. 30, The few mem
bers at the capitoi to-day were talking
chiefly of the complexion of the next house
and a little abou'. the speakership. It is no
longer admitted or claimed that there is
any doubt about the republicans having a
Miles of It. 1!.
Washington, Nov. 30, The anual re
port of theinter state commerce commis
sion is now in type, From it the following
From the best information now available.
the railroad milenge of the country, on the
20th of June, 1SS8, is estimated at 152,781
of which 2312 miles has been completed
and brought into operation within the six
months precedinn that day.
Chicago, Nov. 30. A flurry occurred on
the board of trade to-day, on receipt of ad
vices from San Francisco that inquiry was
being made there for wheat Australia, on
account of the almost total failure of the
crop in the southern part of that country.
Some weeks ago commerdial papers re
ported damage to Australian wheat, but
this was the first intimation that the dam
age was serious,
New York, Dec. 1. At 1 A. M. the
score stood: Little wood 538, Ilerty 525,
Moore 496, Cartwright 487, Nortimac 475 ,
Howarth 461, Hart 468, Connor 463, Mason
455, Golden 45S, Elson 3S5, Taylor 398,
Campana 400, Perch 229, bmith 172. : At 1
A. H. Llttlewood was three miles and six
laps behind Albert's worlk's record.
We will sell ou groceries cheaper than
any store in town.
DKO.YNELl. CC o 1 A BAKU.
Tf vou want a clean and fine smoke ask for
.1. Joaeph home inaae wnue laoor cigarr,
t or sale bV most cuar ueniers au.i
Ladies, do not ruin you complextion by
the use of poisonous cosmetics and face
powders. II your lace is red er sunourneu
if "ou are so unfortunate as to have pim
iU or hint ones on the neck and face. Du-
lard's Speuifio will not cover them like a
coat ot paint Dnr. win mot eiinuuvmy re
move all blemisuos irom tun f Kin nnu re
store them to it nituMl youthful bloom.
For sale by Foshay it Mason,
in his now disoovery for Consumption, roo
oeederl in producing a medicine which ij ac
knowledged by all to be simply marvelous,
It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, per
fectly harmless, and does not sicken. In all
eases of oaes of Consumption. Coughs, Colds
Whnnnino Onnoh. CrouD. Bronchitis, and
p.;. f th Chnat. it has riven universal
satisfaction. DrBnsankn's Cough and Lung
Syrup is sold at SOoents by Lr Uuiss eon
m WARE AND HARD
OF ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
It Pays. What ? Why, to get your
groceries, canned goot etc., at the Wil
lamette Packing Co's store. Their stock of
home canned goods, consisting of pears,
peachep, cherries, etc., vegetables, chow
chow and pickles(ls the best in the market,
They have a splendid line of holiday goods.
such as tancy groceries, nuts, candies, etc.,
and their prices are remarkably reasonable.
Call at this store for good goods and bargains.
New Goods. Latest styles in toques
turban and soft felt hats just received at
Ida M. Brush's.
Cnn you imagine auy ailment that will
make a ;ood natured person so peevish,
disH-ttislied, 1)1 tampered and cranky tin
bllliouHnfrss? Thure is no reason, what
ever, why any one should suffer from In
digestion, dyspepsia, torpid liver and loss
of appetitewhen Dr. Henley's Dandeilou
Toni- which every ona knows is a cer
tain cure, cau be so easily obtained. For
slo by Foahay tfc Mason.
I OK PILES.
Itchmtf File are know i by moisture Hko j.- jspir
ion irotluciiiK ft very UiBturreottble Uclilnjf after
ing'wArm. 'Mils form a will Ulimi, hleodirtf and
firt'tnutiriif Pi Ion, yield at onuu to the aip!t?ation uf
Jir. Bottiikn'i I'ilu romHy, w.iich acts dimclly upon
th" parts n fleeted, -rbinif the tumurn, allaying the
int. dm itrhiiitf atid elfcthisr a permiiiert cure. 60
ceiilf. A'iiireHfi Tlv) Ur Bosanko Vticine Co , J'iqu
O. bt-ld by Ur, Cnlaaaml Son.
New ratHn, currents, citron, lemons and
oranges received at Wallaun & Thompson's,
Pknrlkton, Oregon, January, 12.
Having suilered with my kidneys I was
induced to try the Oregon Kidney Tea
whicn relijyeu me in a short time. Hake
pleasure in recommending it to the pub
lic as a safe remedy for kidney difficul
ties, Gf.OKOB W. Bau.ky,
County Judge of Umatilla.
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOE & R0BS0N