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ALBANY OR., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1888.
OVFflLsM TO CAUFJMIA
Southern Pacific Company's Line.
TU8 at. SUisT. BOUf.
, bet.. Alburn. .J touJrsaOH'.n hour.
0:45 A M
7:w r M
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,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 reasonable.
(Jail at this store tor good goods ana bar
8:00 A U I
12:40 m I Leave
Arrive 3:41 r H
Leave I 11;35 A H
A fine line of holiday goods for oar crock
ery department and marked very low in
WALLACE at THOMPSON
UWAL raaiasoaa ' "" "
8-20 r I lva Albany
B'OU I Arrive Lebanon
12:60 M I Loav. Albany
I'M r u I Arrive Lebanon
Arrive I 11:30 a h
Leave &-.45A H
.vrrive I 2:45 r M
Leave 2:UU r M
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tourist Sleeping Oars
or leesiam.nalma ol secend-tlaas raMfn
(en, attaeued U Expre.. Tralus.
West Side Ivlvlslon.
ItKTWKES POUTLIXO ASO CORVALLIS,
train uailt (ox ;opt Sunday,)
7-3D A M I Leavo Portland Arrive I 0:-M t u
li.if f II I Arrive Uiirvtllu Leave 1:W M
Btraas tkains daily (oxojp. Sunday .
i jl) r a i Lei ii Portland Arrive :00 A V
S:U0 r a Ar.l -e MMinuville Leave 6.46 A M
AtA'.anr tnd Corvallis coi.noct with trains ol
Oreg w I'acino Railroad
Tlirouh tlckuts to all points south nd oast yi
For lull information roxardlnir rates, map", etc.,
call on Company1. A;oiit at Albany
R. KOtfULKH, K. P. BOOERS,
Jln.r.r n t J. al P. Af
HE VAQUINA UOUTE.
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
tfon Development Company's Sloan
8 ship Lino.
225 MILES SHORTER.
20 HOURS LESS TIME
than hv n.nv other route.
wni . i tlimmrh nautiMilcmr ftO(l
freight line from Portland and all points
In tuo Willamette Valley to and from Ban
Willamette River Lino of Steamers.
nir. Una ,r It Tim 'V. H. Rint
XUo ' ill. " ... . --
ey." The "Three Siatera" are in service
for both passenger and freight trailio be
tween Corvallis and Portland and inter
mediate points, leaving Company v wharf,
ii..: ...i m.uutm Mniitiitti A ijo'b
wharf, Nos. 200 and 202 Front St., Port
land, three times a wmk s whu
. .nt- U.n.itVA WmiiKMilava and FrL
dyata. iii. Altuuy, U;iJ a, m. Arnvu at . tfalera
. 'p..u.it. Trim- lav and HiLtUT
a p. m. fja oiisi -
day at u a, uit Arnye at rurunuu o."
. I U. .... .ir.ulnniula.Vtl and Kriil
Liuava i-uriiMin "
ikysaLtla. m. Arriva at dale ji at 7:16 p. m. Leave
Arrive at Uirvauuat ou y, ui,
Boats make close connection at A I ban
with trains of the Oregon Paoltlo Km 1 road
has a splendid assortment of goods for the
consisting of a nlcs seloctien of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
DIAMONDS, ETC., ETC.
Gold Headed Canes.
Now assortment all kinds of Jewelry.
REAL ROGER BROTHERS
Also Spectacles, Clocks, etc., etc.
TIMIS miWCI.ULB. (except Sunday..)
Lerv. Albany, 1:00 r. ,
Loav. Corvallm, 1:10 p. M.
Arrive Yaquiua, &:) r. H.
Leave Y.q,utna, 0:45 A.M.
Ijeavfl CorvalliatlU:35 A.M.
Arnve Albany, 11:10 A H,
O. A C. trains eonneoc at Albany and
Corvallis. The above trains connect at
Yaquin with the Oregon Development
Company's Line of tjtetmsuips between
Yaquina and iaa Francisco,
NAIlilNG DATES .
faOH HKX VKAKCIHCO. FROM TAQHIKA
WillainetUi Valley, Thuri, Deo. 8ih WeJ. Deo. 12th
"illamett. Valley, Moll. Dee. 17tli Alon. l)eo. Ulti
JVlllainelto Valley, Hun. Dee. Suth.
The Company .j.orvex the ribc. to
okange sailiii dates without notice.
N, u. PAMeniiDrs from I'orJitnd and
Willamotle Vniluy points can make close
oontioctlon with ibo trains of the Yaquina
routoat Albany or Corvallis, and II des
tined to San Kranoisoo should arrange to
arrive at Yaquina the evening bol'.irc ('ale
nuaoaaer anil Firlcht Rales always ib
For information .tply lo G J Stuart, Freight and
Ticket A-,'ent, Albany, or to U 11 Haswell, Jr., O. F.
A P. AgtM Oregon lievelopuiejit Co,, 'J4 ilontotnery
Uati rVanoiiaj, Cal. C. V. llillJt.V,
A. i. K.-and P. A.'niit,
D.'Jiin ruili K RCo. Corvallla
ALBANY, . 0REG0NJ
CHAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR.
Fitted up In first-class style. Tables
supplied with the bet in the market.
Nice sleeping apartments, Sample rooms
for commercial travelers,
trm c.sna Is aai fr.os Jte sf.lel.-C
Pine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob
son's, Spacial bargains
GOLDRN RULE BAZAAtt.
Cash Goa Ixisg Ways at Julias Uradwon 1
I hnv made arrancements for buying
goods direct from the factories in Europe,
and will sell at wholesale or retail, cneaper
ih.nn in where else on the Pacific Coast
The following are some of my cash retail
prices : '
'A dozen unbundled tea cups and saucers,
i dozen unhandled coffee cups and sau
cers, 4; cts.
dozen handled coffee cups and sau
cers, 50 cts.
dozen seven inch dinner plates, 45
TUn nra nil tmn atnn f?hina and
not a rhenner rrade of coods. These prices
are for 30 days.
Bihitsaxd Shoes. Call at A. B. Mc
Ilwain'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
.1. B. Mcllwain's. Id the clothing depart
ment he has a large line of pants, regular
value, $5, which he wil' sell during the
coming week for $2.50.
For Sale Cheap. Cook stove, only
used two or three months. Call at this office.
How is your appetite ? Are yon nervous
or irritable ? Are you subject to billioasness ?
Dr Henley's Dandelion Tonio works wonders.
It makes the weak and sickly strong, builds
up tha whole Bystem and puts new life and
engery in you .
A splendid stock of library and ' hanging
lamps just . '.iWiu & Cn-'U.
FOSM & a&sn,
Santa Glaus Headquarters, r
a n lendid .tick of
Plush Goods', Toilet Oases, Al
bums, Perfumeries, Books,
nor Mirpamii-d in thj Valley.
New Wash House.
Lee Chinaman, who lived in this tn n foi
many years and was so woll liked bv every
body has returned aud will opeu up a lie
wash house the first of September, o jv dour
south of the Revere House. Lie dn- iood
work and wants everybody to get .their
washing done by him.
I'(l IfUt l"i,UMllir"llt,
11 ilia.ll rmillt.'tLlMII. L'1
Khrrthani Common School ani Pinmuitaifp Depart-
menu. HlmlfnW RtitiiiuoU lit miy linn. aln-
V'""' P "iv 1 rre.
11 ii.Ht 1 notion. . ?inl-
ir i-HMilrtiity. Business,
lituuo nnil !ue'hiins ol PflliDVJ!
J. 4. Wrn w. rfflu
superior Lines op
plements at de
yoe & robso.m
Dr..:-r li t')eUtt improved Pianos
Orifi.ii-. -win- MiciiinBH, Uuns. Also
run '.In j .vnrranto I Itsznrs. Butcher
aiH 1 okut KhIvms.. Tiio bent kind of
yewinir machine oil, needles and extras,
ftr all machines Ail repairing neatly
and reasonably done. ,
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The und-jMigne.l Is prepred to do sail
klnd of work in his lino In first-class or,
dor and with promptness. Address P. O
box 87 or call at corner of 9th and Maple
I. N, Surra,
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEYOE
The promise of the earlier returnsof the
elections are abuntly sustained by fuller re
ports in respect to Democratic gains in the
cities. Whenever men who work for wage8
in factories, mills, founderies and other in
dustrial establishments a. gathered in
large numbers and have access to daily
newspapers of both parties, and have had
fair liberty of discussion among themselves
there the Democratic cause has made re
markable gains. In New York City, the
'argest manufacturing city in the United
States, President Cleveland, as already
stated, gained 14,000 over his majority in
1884. Chicago gave a Democratic gain of
over 13,000 and eyen Philadelphia, New
York's rival as a manufacturing city, re
duces its Republican majority by over 12,-
000. There is a Democratic gain ox 7000
In Boston, and other cities show similar re
suits. Thus Lowell gives the Democratic
cause a net gain of almost 700, Worcester
of over 1400, Fall River nearly 1000, Hoi
yoke 704, and so on throughout the list. In
New Jersey, Newark and Jersey City show
heavy Democratic gains, and In Connecti
cut, New Haven and Bridgeport largely in
crease the Democratic vote. The farmers
of New York State turned the State over to
the Republican party, and there is poetic
justice in the fact that on them the burden
of tariff taxes falls most heavily. They
have bought their whistle, and during the
four long years they will have ample op
portunity to reflect upon the price they
must pay for it.
THE YOT&IN TnC CITIES.
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-
net for 7? cents, and two ply carpets Irorp
40 cents to 50 cents. Carrier a large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A. a. Mcluvus
Summary of Meteorology for Nov, 1888,
from observations taken at Albany,Linn Co.
Oregon, by John Briggs.voL observer for the
Signal Service, U S. Army.
Highest barometer on the 27th, 30.18. '
Lowest barometeron the 12th,. 29.52.
Mean barometer for the month. 29.88.
Highest daily average of bar. 30.17.
Lowest daily average of bar. 29. 2.
Highest temperature on the 11th, 60.
Lowest temperature on the 21th, 30.
Mean for the month 45.24.
Highest daily range of ther. on the 11, 18.
Lowest daily rangeof titer, onthe 27th, 0.
Mean temperature at 7 a. m. daily 42.7,
-Mean temperature at 2. m, daily 49 3.
Mean temperature at 9p. ni. daily 45.1.
Prevailing directions of wind, S.
Maximum velocity force, 3.
Total rainfall or melted snow, 4. 13 inches.
Depth of snow at end of mouth, 0.
Number of days on which .01 inch or more
rain fell, 15.
Number of days of cloudiness average 8
scale of 10, 22.
Of 99 observations 19 were clear. 22 cloudy,
8 fair, 20 foggy, 14 raiu, 1 hazy, 14 overcast,
Frost on the moriiegs of 15th, 24th and
Temperature,tl.4l on average of 10 years.
Kaiufall-0.19 00 average of 10 years.
Itching Pile, are Vnorn br miisture Ilk. V".plr
li,u urnducin a very diwrreoable iu-hlnir after
ir.cr warm. This form as wall aa Hliiiii, blecHllrir anil
nrutrudinjr Piles, yield at one. to the apnllcation of
l)r. UoBanko. Pile romi.riy, Wiiich act. directly lion
thr narts affected, absorbing, the tumors, allavinff the
iiiUmae itcliiiiir and clTectintr a nemianert ritro. Hi
cnu. Addre. The lr Bosalilco VUciti Co , Piqu
O. Bold by Dr. C'liss and Son.
We will sell ou groceries cheaper than
any store in town.
tl L. C
DK. HO NAN-KO
in his new discovery for Consumption, tuc
ceoiled in producing a medicine which i) ac
knowledged by all to ho simply marvelous.
It in exceedingly pleasant to t he taete. per
fently harmless, and does not icken. In all
cases of cates of Cuusutnption. Coughs. Colds
Whoopiue Cousrh, Croup, Bronchitis, and
Pains in the Chest, it has given universal
satisfaction. Dr Bnsankn's Cough and Lung
Syrup is sold at 50 cents l-y Dr tiuiss Ac fc'on.
I TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
Washington, Dec, 3. Long before the
hour of meeting of the second session of
the Fiftieth congress, the public galleries
were filled with spectators. On the floor,
hand shaking was indulged in and congrat
ulations on re-election or condolences on
defeat were exchanged among the mem
bers. Jocose raillery on the part of repub
licans, patient resignation on the part of
democrats were everywhere evident. Both
houses have taken a recess, the house at
1 2: 30 for one hour, and the senate att 1247
for half an hour.
Washington, Dec. 3. It maybe stated
as almost a certainty that two high palitica1
ofllces-will soon fall to the Pacific coast
One, a cabinet place, will be given within
a few months ; the other, an associate jus
ticeship of the United States supreme court, .
will be given within a few years at the
furthest. Justice Field has begun his.
twenty-seventh year 04 the bench. He
might have retired on full pay two years
ago. It is probable that one of these offices
will go to California and the other to Ore
gon. This fact will have its influence up
on, at least one man on the Pacific coast.
Stanley Alive Again.
Liverpool, Dec. 3. Mail adyices from
iiic west coast of Africa say : "A rumor
has reached Bonny from Upper Niger
that Henry Stanley Is proceeding back of
the Great Oil rivers under the British flag
and that the natives are friendly."
Charleston, V. Va., Dec. 3. The- re
count in this country was completed to-day.
The recount shows that Alderssn (dem.)for
congress from the Third district, gained
25 in the city, which elects him by. 17.
Fleming (dem.) for governor gained 28.
This will, it is believed, give the democrats
the governor also.
Toronto, Dec. 3-Forty thousand per.
sons gave Wm. O'Conner a reception to
night that eclipsed the one given to Han.
Ian on his return from the American cen -tennial.
He was presented with an address,
a check for $1000 and a purse containing
$300 in gold; a telegram conveying the
governor-general's congratulations was
read, and many prominent cilwens made
Spokane F.LLS,Dec. 3 A freight train
and a work train collided nearCocolalloto"
night, and three men whose names are not
known were killed. Man- cars were wrecked.
P.ERLIN, Dec. 3, The Cologne Gazctt
declares that diplomatic relations between
Russia and Persia threaten to become
strained almost to breaking, owing to the
ascendancy of England in Persia. It Is as
certained that the shah refused an exe
quatur to a Russian consul at Meshed,
where an bnglisn consul has long been
T.y nur miucjin'it in Wis. it flje.
Wae i 1 1 1 ' 1 1
(IRE FOR NICK HEADACHE.
Do you want a remedy tor B'linusneM, Pimples on
the face, anil a sure our. for sick headache, ask br.
Oum and Son, th Dmirgiata, for br. Oci.ni's LW.
Pill., try a doM, sample fre. full box ii cent.
If you want a elesn and fine smoke ask for
J. Joseph's home made white labor cigars.
For sale by most cigar dealers and at
TIN WARE AND HARD
WARE OF ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & ROBSON'S.
Dandruff is probally one of the most dif
ficult diseia;s of the scalp to cure, but Du
tarti's Specitis never fails to lemoye it (erm
anently . S )reness after shaving is imtant -ly
nlieved by its usu.
Foi weak and delicate women nothing
bdilds up the entire system more thoroughly
and effectually than Oregon Kidney Tea. It
is especially adapted to diseases peculiar to
the box, is pleasant to take and in every in
stance proves ot great value. Oregon Kid
ney Tea is composed of herbs found in Ore
gnu, is put up iu ne' tin boxes, and can la
prepared fresh by simply steeping in hot wa
ter. It contains no mineral substance what
ever, is pleasant to take and never fails to
cure kidney or urinary troubles.
Highland, Clackamas conDty.Or., March 20.
I have suffered with a disease rf the kid
neys for 6 or 7 years and for the last two
months oavt been laid up with a pain in my
baek- A friend sent me a sample of the Ore
gon Kiduey Tea, and having used it one
week I can do a good day work. I have
derived more benrtit Irom it than fromsUthe
medicines I have ever taken.
J. Q. Kewbill,
A IMoasinK Hmw
Of health and stret gth renewed and of esse
and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Figs,
as it nets in harmony with nature to effec
tually cleanse the system when costive or
bilious. For sale in 50c. and $1 bottles by
all lading rirucgutf.
Fanners, if you want the best barneos all
hand made, goto EL. Power, next to Dem
SECURE . PRICES. NO
i" ROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOE & a333DN