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ALBANY OR., MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1888.
OVfflUNJ TO CALIF1WA
Soutkera Pacific Company's Line,
tuk .nr. 8HisrA nouns.
ins betn Albny a'lj San FnticUcJ, 5 hours
UALirOiUilA BXFKRiW lUtlM. DAILT
4.00 r. a. I Leave Portland Arrive 10:45 A M
815 rM Loavo Albany Leavo I o:4j A H
7:45 A U Arrive Sag Francisco Leave 7:00 f li
looai. nmtxiM taih caut ioxcept Bunday).
8:U0 A H I Uave Portland
1J:4UH a I Leave Albany
Arrive 3:45 r a
Leave I u;ao a n
"Local, raaniia "" ""
8-9) m I Leave Albany
U:0 P " I Arrive Lebanon
12:50 PM I Leave Albany
1:30 p M Arrivd Lebauou
Arrive I 0:30 A M
Leave 6:45a m
..rrtvel 8:45 PM
Leave 2:00 P M
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tourist Sleeping Cars
or Accoiunnmatioit ol iJecnndt:lan Passen
cr, attached l Express Trulua.
West Side L.Ivllon.
BETWEEK POBI1MD A (OBVIHH,
tkaix DAllv (oxieptSundayJ
7'3'J A M I Leave Portland Arrive I p M
li.fi- f M I Arrive Uervilln Leave 1:30 H
KtrKSSS tcaixs daily (oxc jpt Sunday.
liSupal Let re Portland Arrive I 8:00 A M
8:00 pm I Ar.l -e McMlnnville Leave 5,45 A M
ure m Pacific Kadroad
Tliroush ticket! to all paints out and Vl
For lull Informttlon ro;rardinjr rates, aitpa, etc.,
call on Company1. Aipsiit at Albany.
Xit'b i. r'. Ail Ar
IE YAQUINA ROUTE.
Oregon Pacific Eailroai,
tfoo Development Company's Steam
225 MILES SHORTER.
ZU liUUlia I. too i lint
than by e.ny other route.
First-class through passenger and
frehrlit line from Portland and all points
In the Willamette Valley to anil from San
Willamette River Line of Steamers.
The "Win. M. Hoag," The N. S, Bent
ey," The "Three Sisters" are in service
for both passenger and freight trallio be
tween Corvallis and Portland and Inter
mediate points, leaving Company'!' wharr,
Corvallis, and Messrs. Hulman & Co s
wharf, Nos. K) and 'Ml Front St., Port
land, three timos a week as follows :
Leave C.irvallls, Mondays, Wednesdays and rri
davsalga. ni. Albany, U:1J a, m. Arrives at Salem
3pm Ljave Salem Tuosdav, Thursday and Satur
day at 0 a. m. Arrive at Portland 3:30 p. m.
Leave Portland Mondays, Wednesday, and rrid
daysat0a.m. Arrive at 3ale.n at 7:15 p. in. Leave
Salem Tuesday, Thursday and Siturday avOa, in.
Ainve at Corvallis at 3;30 p, m.
Boats make close connection at Alban
with trains of the Oregon Pacific Kailroad
TIMB SOIIBHULK, (except Sundays.)
Leiv. Albany, 1:00 P. M, .Leave Yaquina, 0:45 a,.
Leave Corvallis, 1:10 p. a. Lea". Corvallis, 10:35 A,s.
Arrive Yaquina, 6:30 r. M. Arrive Albauy, 11:10 A. M,
O. 4 C. trains connect at Albany and
Corvallis. The above trains connect at
Yaquins. with the Oregon Development
Company's Line of Steamships between
Yaquina and San Francisco,
SAIL.ING BATES .
SlKAaKM, PROS SAX PKAXCIH0O.
Willamette Valley, Thurs, Dec. 0th Wed. Doc. l-'lh
Willamette Valley, Mon. Dec. 17th Man. Deo. Zltb
Willamette Valley, Sun. Dej. SOth.
The Company .jorves the right to
ohange sailing dates without notice.
N. 11. Passengers from Portland and
WilUmotto Vailoy points can make close
connection with the trains of tbe Yaquina
route at Albany or Corvallis, and il des
tined to Saii Fratioisoo should arrange to
Jrrivo at Yaquina the evening borore tUte
iSAiMcnccr anil F.elaht state always ibe
For Inform ttion apply li O J Stuart, Freight and
Ticket A'jent, Albany, or to C li llaseil, Jr., U. F.
A P. At Oregon development Co,, 04 Montgomery
Sn r'rancisei, CaI, sj, sj. slJMlla;,
V. . P. and P. Aent,
Or it :i TajI le R K Co. Corvallis
ALBANY. - - - OREGON'
CHAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR.
Fitted up In Orsl-class style. Tables
siiDDlled with the best in the market.
Mice sleeping apartments. Sample rooms
ior commercial travelers,
seTFree Ceael to aa I from the n.tel.'Ca
Worth', of: Dried Fruit Wanted.
And I must have it. Having made con
tracts with merchants In Eastern Oregon
Washington, Idaho, and Montana, thereby
having commission and adding the same to
the price of your fruit. No offer made on
fruits unloaded and placed in any other
house in my line in the city. If you be
.ieve in the doctrine of buying in the cheap
est and selling In the highest market and
have no conscientious scruples about party
or religion, you must cometo see me or be
untrue to yourself and family. To satisfy
yourself, call and get my prices.
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob
son's, Special bargains
Surveying Mr. E. T.T. Fisher it pre
pared to do survey int; of all kinds at tea
sonabie rates. lie has complete copies of
field notes and township plats in the coun
ty. Adress Miller's Station, Linn county
How is vour appetite ? Are you nervous
or irritable ? Are yon aubject to billiousness ?
Dr Henley s Dandelion 1 onto works wonders.
It makes the weak and sickly strong, builds
up this whole system and puts new life and
engery in you.
ROOMS TO RENT.
Famished and unfurnished rooms to rent.
Inquiro at corner of 7th and Baker streets.
GOLDEN KVIiE UAZAAK-
CaHh Goesa Long Ways at Jallm Urailwohr
I have made arraneements for buying
goods direct from the factories In Europe,
and will sell at wholesale or retail, cheaper
than anv where else on the Pacific Coast.
The following are some of my cash retail
'A dozen unhandled teacups and saucers,
H dozen unhandled coffee cups and sau
cers, 45 cts.
A dozen handled coffee cups and sau
cers, jo cts.
ii dozen seven men cinner piatcs, 45
Thee, imn il c or nil ironstone China and
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
are ior 30 aays.
Boots and Shoes. Call at A. B. Mc
Ilwaln's and see the ladies' kid and pebble
goat shoe, for $1.50, former price $2.50
A Democrat man has seen the shoe and
can pronounce It a remarkably cheap shoe
for the former price.
Clothing A large and complete lin
gents' clothing and furnishing goods at
.. B. Mcllwain's. In the clothing depart
ment he has a large line of pants, regular
value. Ss. 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.
- o o U
and fat, though
1 neodn't say that ; for a
glance at my size and a look
in my eyes, and you plainly can
see there's do flies upon me. I'm
a little bit short both ot breath
and of hair, but from shoulders to
knees yon 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 p and confess what yon
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 oouldn't get mad though a man just a thin as
a rail or a pin was to pull at your nnso or tread on
your iocr. If you're fat or yonr'e Van, if yoni'e
pleasant or mean, just give V. & T. a show
to sell you right low, you will foel
such a thrill of con tentment until you'll
wish you were fat to enjoy more of that
For the feeling's immense and you'll
stow your good snse by buying
grocerieo.pro visions and
crockery i t Vf &T
Wallace & Thompson's Fat Man,
Plinn Block, Albany, Or.
New Wash House.
Ie Chinaman, who lived in this town for
many year, and was so well liaoil by every
body has returued and will open up a now
wash house the first of Suptembor, ooe door
south of the Kevere House. Lee doesfcond
work and wants everybody to get jtheir
washing done by him.
Four irood, reliable men to sell the Im
proved Singer. Team and wagon lurn
ished, Address, The Hinger M'fg Co.
J. A. Abchib.ld, Agent,
SUPERIOR LINES OF
PLEMENTS. AT DE-YOEI&1ROBSON3.
Dealers in all the latest Improved Pianos
Orcar.., Mswlna; Mvhlnei, Ouns. Also
a full line of warranto 1 Razors, Butcher
and rocket Knives, The belt kind of
sewing machine oil, needles and extras,
for all maohmes. Ail repairing neatly
and reasonably done.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The nndarsigne.l Is prepared to do jail
kinds of work In his line in first-class or.
rter and with promptness. Address P. O
box 87 or call at ooraer of 9th and Maple
I, N, Smith,
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEYOE
England appreciates the significance Of
Harrison s election and the protection vie
tory in this country. The Tory, press ex
presses satisfaction oyer the result, while
the democratic press Is not happy, and the
more democratic the paper the less its hap
piness. It is a curious fact, and one which
Irish Americanswho voted for Harrison
might profitably consider, that Ireland'8
bitterest enemies in England are glad of
Harrison's election, while her truest friends
there are sorry for Cleveland's defeat.
Something New. Now Is the time for
mince pies,and the very best i& the New Eng
land mince meat, a large shipment of which
has just been received by Wallace &
Thompson. It Is put up, wrapped in waxed
paper, and enclosed In a paper box with
lithographic label and slide cover which
keeps the meat from the flies and dust and
enables it to be examined at any time and
the cover replaced. One package is
enough for two large or three small pies,
and all it costs is 15 cents a package.
Cheaper than any mince meat in the mar
ket or any made at home. A rich delicious
mince meat, made of the choicest apples,
beef suet, raisins, currants,, citron, sugar,
moiasses, boiled cider and pure spices.
The result of careful experiments with
popular IS receipts.
To eye, chronic, nervous and especially
rectal sufferers. Dr J B Pilkington will be
at the Revere House, Albany, all day
Tuesday, Dec. 4th, iSSS-. Examinations
free. Several hundred cases referred to.
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 u large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A fine line of holiday goods for our crock
ery depart me ot and marked very low in
Wallace & Thompson
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,
peachex, cherries, etc., vegetables, chow
chow and pickles.is the best in the market,
They have a splendid line of holiday goods,
such as fancy groceries, nuts, candies, etc.,
and their prices are remarkably reasonaoie.
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.
Superior. That is the name of the
stove at G. W. Smith's attracting so much
attention. It is a splendid cook stove.
Spokane Falls. W. T..Dc. n,ori.
Bruce, asred at. rommllifl mIi-Ma In.,
night He lived in a small frame building
near the residence of J. E, Valentine, with
Whose family he has boarded the past year
He was atone time employed by the Tele-
t. ...... v.iipaiij , u rcccnuy in me mill
of the Spokane Manufacturing and Lum-
lfi nwccKaeonc emerea
IhomnLuAl n. lTnI.-i.i t .t.
A'. . L.HI); uiniiig care 01 inc
doctor's office. Bruce frequently remarked
......Mute ui mi, vaicnune s lamuy mat
.. vb kviui living aiiu uiai 11 nc naa
the courage he would committ suiclee. He
t i.l tl,... ... 1 , 1
1 ,... lemmas acrcrai umes wrui-
ln the past two weeks.
San- Fr Axcisco.Dec. 2. The Cnina MM
of Octocer 31, which arrived to-dav oer
steamer Caelic from Hongkong says:
ic icarn irom corea that evrry thing
there appears now to be going as Russia
desires, although Iml
political pamphleteering has apparently
opened the people's eyes. A correspon.
uciil wrues to me enct mat 1-1 Hung Chang
and the biirh nnthnritir.R nf i.L-;n
greatly incensedand that they have reques
ltu w huviscu me Korean King to dismiss
his phamphlet-writing adviser. The gener
al feeling is that Denny must go, as China
is almost go, as China is almost bound to
insist upon carrying her poin'. in this mat
ter. Deuny is said to he tannine n Rpm.,1
pamphlet on the situation.'
Preparing for War.
London', Dec. a. The Daily Telegraph's
correspondent at St. Petersburg says to
day: "The war office is actively arganWng
a plan for defense in the event "of war.
1 he government has sanctioned the plan
proposed by Gen. Gourka to supply War
saw with enough provisions for j6;ooo
people exclussive of the garjlson, tho-re-maining
35,000 consisting of Poles or Jews
being expelled from the city and left, to
their own devices in the event of war. With
this decision vanishes the Poles last hope
Daggett, Cal., Dec- 2. The Atlantic &
Pacific to-day notified all employes. except
the train, yard and motive power service,
drawing over $50 per month would be re
duced 10 percent, dating from November
1. :A meeting whs held last night by the
train dispatchers, agents and operators and
to-dap notice was given Division Superin
tendent Beal of the California division that
unless wages were restored bp 6 P. M, De
cember 2, they would quit worit.
An Insane Man
Salem, Or., Dec. 2. Sheriff Harlocker
of Coos county arrived here this morning
with D. Hart, the "wild man" who created
great excitement in the neighborhood of
Empire City for two or thre weeks before
he was captured and committed to the in
Aanlendiil stock of library and hanainc
lamps just received W ; , Sc ,' un i
Itchlufr Pile. ar. known by m9l..uro life, "j.-j.pir
lull producing a very disairnwabl. Itchinjr alter
infr warm. This form as well as Blind, Itleed'.t-ir an4
Erotnidiny Piles, yield at once to the amilication ol
r. Bosanko's Pile remedy, w.ilch acts directly upon
the psrts affected. abs rbinr the tumors, allaying; the
InteilM itching and effecting- a permtlient cure. 60
cmiu. AdilreM The Dr Uosanko VMIclne Co , I'iqu
U. bold by ir, C -turn and Son.
New rfti.ens, currents, citron, leinODS and
orangos received at Wulluua & Thompson's.
Wo will sell you groceries cheaper thsn
any store in town.
in his new discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded io producing a medicine which iiac
knowleilftert by all tn be simply marvelous.
It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, per
fectly harmless, and fines not sicken. In all
cases of cases of Consumption. Conphs, Colds
Whooping Cough, Croup, Bronchitis, and
Paios in the Chest, it has siven univerfal
satisfaction. Dr Kosankn's Cough and Lung
Syrup is sold at 50 cents by Dr liaise It Son.
Try our mi-cim-at in g'vs isifii'
WarS t' 10 fi i
CURB FOR NICK HEADACHE,
Doyou want a remedy for B'llousnesi, Pimple, on
the face, and iiun cure for sick headache, ask Dr.
Gu'a. and Son, the I)nMiiti, for tlr.Gei.ni's Live
Pills, try a dine, sample, free full box 26 oenl,
If yon want a eleao and fine smoke ask for
J. Joseph', home made white lalr ciiiar.
For sal" bv most cigar dealers ami at
TIN WARE AND HARD
0F ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & RCESON'S,
Fixe Stock. E. L.. Power, nct door
to the Dicmocrat office, has just received
a fine stock of saddles, blankets, whips, etc.,
and has a first-class stock of hand made
harnesses on hand. Call on him for bar-gains.
Dan.lrufT ia pml)it.ly one of the m ut dif
ficult diseases of the r'calp to cure, but Du
tard's Specific uever fail a to remove it perm
anently. Soreness after shaving is instant
ly relieved by Us un.
For weak and delicate women nothing
btiilds up the entire system more thoroughly
andelTuctuit.lv than Oregon Kidney Tea. It
is especial ly adapted to diseases peculiar to
the sex, U pleaxniit to take and in every in
stance proves ol ijroftt value. Oregon Kid
ney Tea is ooinpoicu of herbs found in Ore
gon, is put np in n lin hoxet, and cau he
prepared freah by limply steeping in hot wa
ter. It contains no mineral substance what
ever, iit pleasant to take and uover fails to
cum kidney or urinary troubles.
Highland, Clackamas connty.Or., March 20.
I have itiifered with a dienso of the kid
neyi for G or 7 years and for the last two
month navt. bceu laid up with a pain in my
hak. A friend sent me a aatuplu of the Ore
j n Kidney Tea. and having used it one
peU I can do a gmtd day', work. I have
a. rived snore benefit Irom it than fromaUtho
medicines 1 have ever taken.
J. Q. Newiiill.
Of health and strength renewed and of ease
and comfort follows the ueof Syrup of Figs,
as it acts in harmony with naturo to tffec
tually cleanse the systftn when costive or
bilioar. For sal o in SOe. and $1 bottle by
all lei ding liriitfittf.
Farmers, if you want the be-t harne'S all
hand mule, o IQ E L. Powet, next to Dein
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOE & R0B30N