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ALBANY OR., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1888.
OVFflLAM TO CALIFORNIA
Southern Pacific Company's Line.
tub nr. ls.Ta ROHM.
HB baLW'"" Alliaiy ani HrcTjMJ!
oulnuu .xrssaa uim "
It Pays. What ? Why, to get your
groceries canned goods, etc., at the Wil
lamette Packing Lo (tore. 1 heir stock ot
home canned goods, consisting of pears,
peaches, cherries, etc., vegetables, chow
chow and plckles,ls the best in the market,
They have a splendid line of holiday goods,
such as fancy groceries, nuts, candles, etc.,
and their prices are remarkably reasonable.
Call at this store for good goods and bar
MS?--, tell TEE1
Arrive Kan ITaiiclseo Leave
0:45 A a
' ... ...... uilt ieioept Sunday).
iSK.'." iSR. "" '".
A fine line of holiday soods for our orock
try department and marked very low in
WALLACE of XIIOHIWIH
-JT.ui TEAISSKAI". .IC.WSUS.AT.
8:20 r it
J:i f Kit:
J!,. Albany .,rn. Mini
Arrive Lebanon Leave s:uu r .
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS.
Tourist Sleeping Cars
..itwianXi" ol Demd-CUa Pawseu
Rers, attached to Express Trains.
BETWKSV POKTIAJIO A COttVALUH.
TRAl. BAUT (ex :opt Sunday,)
J-SO 1 s I Leave
ls.lc r a I Arrive
Arrive tt:2U r i
Leave law l
,im txaiss daily (oxcjpt Sunday.
I La re Portland Arrive :l)0 A a
iw ' ! I Ar 1-e McMluuville Leave I 6..6 A
At A'.eany wl Corvallia connect with trains ot
Orejpn Pacini, Kallroad
Through Ucketi to all points south nd east via
For lull Inforeiation ro,rArding rates, maps, etc,
eall on Company's Agent at Albany.
B. KOKilLKlt, fc. P; ROGERS,
lUnjr tU. aal f. '
ViE YAQUINA ROUTE.
Oregon Pacific Raiiroadj
uon Development Company's Steam
225 lUllS SHORTEN
20 HOURS LESS TIME
than bv anv other route.
wTii . 1 -. ... ihnwinh nauiuilH.Dr and
freight line from Portland and all points
In tha Willamette Valley to anil from San
Francisco, Cat. -
Willamette River Lino of Steamers.
rri. .U7. T FTnoir V T)iA N. S. Rflnt
er," The "Three SisLers" are la service
for both passenger and froiKUt trallio be
tweeu Corvallis and Portland nd tuter-
. 1 1 a t .. t n luntnar rnmnanv'l' wharf.
a-. 11..: I Vf.oui- i-1 i I man Ar. IVi'
wharf, Nos. 200 and H02 Front St., Port-
lauu, nroo uuiua
""1" 111 . l l-..a Wat. ...... onil FH
div at H t. in. A1bny, U:) a, m. Arrives t 81 em
" 3 s u I r..-.t... Tlnira.Uu ami Hatlir.
9p.m. lr)T" oaiBiu sutwuai, ---j
Uay HU , Aiu,v l-
I.MVN P.irtlaml M mdavri. WeUiiMl&vi and Frid
0ay at U ft. m. Arrive at Sa1o.ii at 7:16 p. m. Leave
Bait)!!! lUUSUlay, aliurnuaj siuu -
Arrive at Corvaim at p, m.
UoaLs ma lift cloao connection at A. ban
with trains of the Urogon Paclilo Hail road
has a splendid assortment of goods for the
consisting of a nice selectien of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
DIAMONDS, ETC., ETC,
Gold Headed Canes.
Now assortment all kinds or jewelry.
REAL ROGER BROTHERS
Also Spectacles, Clocks, etc., i-tn.
TIMK SJimPULK. (eieept Sundays.)
Letr. Albany, 1:00 r. a,
Leave Corvallirt, 1: 13 r, M .
Arrive Yaquiua, bsi) r. a.
Leave Yaqutna, e:4S AtK.
Leave Corvallis,10:35 A.M.
Arrive Albany, 11:10 a. a,
O. St. O. trains oonneot at Albany and
Corvallis. The above trains connect at
Yaquina with the Oregon Development
Company's Line of Uteamships between
Yaquina and San Francisco.
SAILING DATES .
SIKAMKM. raOM BAM fKASCIHOO.
Willamette Valley, Thurs, Doc. 0th Wed. Doc. 12th
Willamette Valley, Mon. Dec. 17tll Mon. Dec 21th
rVillamelte Valloy, sun. Uc j. SOIb.
The Company '.rves tlio Hxht to
Change sailing dates without notice.
N. D. PaaHongers from . Por.liuo! and
Willamotte Valloy points can maki, close
connection with the trains of the Yaquina
route at Albany or Corvallis, and if dos
tlned to San Kranoisoo should arrange to
arrive at Yaquina the evening before ate
llusenKer and FiHgUt Bales altrays iu
For Information apply to C J Stuart, Frel)rht and
Ticket Aent, Alliauv, or to C 11 tUia'cll, Jr., U. F.
A P. Ak'. Oregon Ocvelopuieiit Ho,, H04 Montgomery
Ban p'rajciaoi, Oal, . C. HIIUIIU,
U. il. r. and P. Aetit,
Orjriu Pajilj K ROo. Oorvalli.
ALBANY, . OREGON'
CIIAS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR.
Fitted up In first-class style. Tables
stippllod with the beat In the market.
Nice sloaplng apartments, Sample rooms
or commercial travelers,
tTVrte C-Miiri t. anil lm the D.tel.-S
Fine line of Guns and
good stock of Ammuni
tion at Deyoe and Rob
saa'a. 3D33il bargain i
liOLOEN KUliE BAZAAIL
Cash Goes a Long Ways at Jalla Uradwoli 1'
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
dozen unhandled teacups and saucers,
35 .. .
i dozen unhamlieuconee cups ana sau.
cers, 45 cts.
2 dozen handled cottee cups an a sau
cers, 50 cts.
ii dozen seven Inch dinner piaies, 45
These goods are all Ironstone China and
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
are for 30 days,
Boots add 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 11 n
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.
How is your appetite ! Are yon nervous
or irritable ? Are yon subject to billiousneBS ?
Dr Henley's Dandelion Tonic works wonders.
It makes the weak and sickly strong, builds
np the whole system and puts now life and
A splendid stock of library and hanging
lamps just i.iWaceiS: T.iim).
F0SH4? & mm,
Santa Claus Headquarters.
a tirlondid (took of
Plush Goods, Toilet Cases, Al
bums, Perfumeries, Books,
nor hiir(i4:l io ths Valley.
1 uu.tiiu tk v,tv KSZMSJ3WKBtBKM
New Wash House.
Leo Chinaman, who lived in llii to u,for
many years and wus so wall liLetl liv every,
body has returned and will optm u a new
wash house the first of September, one ilmir
south of the Revere House. Le dm-n md
work and wants everybody to gut their
washing done by him.
TUB PUESI DENTS MESSAGE.
Congress met last Monday when Presi
dent Cleveland sent In his message. It is
an able document. Its ringing words on
the tariff question arc proof In themselves
that their author is a brave, courageous!
conscienctuus man. The plea in behalf of
such legislation on that subject as will in
sure to the benefit of those least prepared
to bear the burden of taxation shows that
whether in power or out of power he will
stand in the fore front of the coming con
test between the labor and agricultural
people on the one side and the combined
forces of protected monopolies and trusts
on the other. No man in all this land has
so endeared himself to those who believe
that trusts and combines should be con
trolled by the will of the honest masses,
crystalized into law, than has Grover Cleve
land, and the time is not for distant when a
large majority of the people will do him
ample justice for his disinterested, manly
course. That the tariff question was set
tled by the late election are simply words
of folly and nonsense. Such a vital ques
tion is never settled until it is settled right
ly The contest will not cease, It can not
cease until justice Is done to an overbur
dencd people. Taking this view of It the
president says: "The existing evils and in
justices should be honestly recognized, bold
ly met and effectively remedied. There
should be no cessation of the struggle un
til a plan is perfected, fair and conservative
toward existing industries, but which will
reduce the cost to consumers of the neces
saries of life while it provides for ourman-
ufacturers the advantage of freer raw
materials, and permits no injury to the in
terests of American labor. The cause for
whichthe battle is waged is comprised with
in lines clearly and distinctly defined. It
is the peopl's cause." These are the man
ly words of a bold consciencious leader.
Dftainrs in all the latest Improved Pianos
Orients'. Sswlns; Machines, Guns. Also
. inn 1 '.m ..f wiarraiitfld Kazors. Butcher
and r orsket Kniyss. The bert kind of
s.miui; machine oil, needles anil axtras,
fur all inaonines. ah repairing uu;
and rva9uably dona.
. ri.itfcer than lh Chutist
y, ramie BusisciS
aT M 'M aT I -T-. Si ,
.... r-..r. .miiii.i.mi... 1. . ..1 ininariioit. .stiiti-
ll.lied renut.iliiMl.liriKir :J tniMlLriiy. aWnj
Uhorlliuii, Common tohnolavtl Puimwsnlp Deprtt
m.t. HtudMiis iiitr.iiitiMl at any lime. ( nts
liiltie anil suorlini-iiS of linrrnaii.Mnji'nt free,
j . . w"rn rW. a fr TltnvrailNn. PH..
SUPERIOR LINES OF
PLEMENTS ATI DE
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
Th nndrsltrnad Is nrenred to do fall
kinds nf work la bis line la flrst-olans or,
d.r and with nramotnea. Address P. O
box 87 or call at corner of 9lh and Maple
1. IN, BHTTK,
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEYOE
According to previous announcement
many of the citizens of Tangent and vicin
ity and several friends from a distance met
in the church house in this place last Fri
day afternoon to consider the feasibility of
locating and building at this point a Dis
trict High School for the Willamette Dis
trict. As best we could gather from the
speakers, it is the custom of the church to
build in each Presiding Elder's District in
each Conference a High school both to
furnish local opportunities for advanced
education and also to prepare those who
may desire to enter College classes for ulti
mate graduation. This is one of several
they intend building in the State as pre
paratories to their College at Corvallis. We
hope they may succeed as such schools are
much needed at many points In the State.
The meeting was addressed by quite a
number and the suDject ot nigner educa
toin full v ventilated and a committee was
appointed to select location and solicit sub
scriptions, ine trienos ot worvains Agri
cultural College seem to express no sur
prise or joy at the decision of the Supreme
Court of which Judge Bean's decision was
ItchtuK Pits' are known by nnU'.ure like y,-wplr
ion producing a very disagreeable itching alter
Injr warm. This form as well a Ulind, bleedirg and
K-otruilinsr Piles, yield at once to the application of
r. Bosanko'e Pile remedy, w.iich act. directly upon
thr ptrt affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the
lntenM itching and etfectlnir a permanent cure. 50
cents. Address Tiie ur ttmauao ywiicine t;o , riqu
U. bold by Dr. G'tias and Hon.
A Salt Decided.
New York, Dec. 4. The injunction
suit of the Oregon & Transcontinental
Company against the Oregon Railway &
Navigation Company was decided to-day
in favor of plaintiffs. By this decision the
latter company Is prohibited from building
branch lines,as well as using money in the
hands of the Trust company ,or the proceeds
of the Oregon Railway & Navigation com
pany's consolidated mortgage bondsdn the
construction of the branches in question.
Free Hail Delivery.
Wasiiikgtos, Dec. 4. The postmaster
general has ordered the establishment of
free delivery at Spokane Falls, W. T., and
Walla Walla, W. T.
San Fraxcisco, Dec. 4 Herbert F,
Beecher, special agent of the treasury, has
been transferred from Port Townsend to
the San Francisco district, vice Agent
Moore, who is promoted to the charge of
the Detroit district. Beecher attended to
his duties yesterday.
Washington, Dec. 4. The democrats
in the house propose to make the admission
of the territories Into the Union their first
care at this session. Cox. chairman of the
democratic caucus, will call a caucus some
time this week, probably Wednesday or
Thursday, to arrange the order of bnsfness.
Mr. Sringerwill argue that all the territor
ies be admitted at once, according to the
provisions of a bill which he reported from
.the committee on terrritories last winter.
This bill admits the whole of Dakota as
one state. There are some democrats of
whom Mr. Cox is one, who favor the divi
sion of the territory, the admission of South
Dakota and the organization of North
Cakota as a territory.
A Majority Should Itule.
Washington, Dec. 4. Representative
Stone of Kentucky to-day introduced a joint
resolution proposing an amendment to the
constitution, providing that the president
and vice-president shall be chosen every
fourth year by direct yotes of the people.
One section of the bill forbids the holding
of any local or state elections, except for
members of congress, on the day set apart
for the election of president and vice-president.
Elections for president and vice-president
are to qe held on the first Tuesday in
A Ni'W."paper Scheme.
Walla Walla, Dec. 4. The East Ore.
gonian a newspaper printed at Pendleton,
wdl shortly issue a Walla Walla edition,
having a local editor here who will tele
graph local news over daily, It is proposed
to deliver the paper with full telegraphic
service here at 4 A. M.
West Virginia. ,,
Charleston, Dec. 4. Leading demo
crats have practically conceded that the re
count shows an apparant plurality forGoff
for governor, but nave fully decided to
contest the election before the legislature,
however, on a claim of fraud.
We will tell 1 oa groceries cheaper than
any store in town.
BROWHELL C oTANARD.
in his new discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded in producing a medicine which 11 ac
knowledged by all to be simply marvelous,
It is exceedingly pleasant to the taste, per
fectly harmless, and does not sicken. In all
cases of cases of Consumption. Couchs.Colris
Whoopina Cnnuh, Croup, Bronchitis, and
Pates in the Chest, it has civen universal
satisfaction. Dr Bosankn's Cough ami Lung
Syrup is sold at oU cents by Ur uuiss & bun,
Try our mincam'at in U.s. hi Han.
Wak ' C i 1 1 1 1
CURE FO It SICK HE4.DACHE.
Do you want a remedy for B'llouimeM, Pimples on
tne race, a-iu a sure cur. lor sick neauacne, ana ur,
Qu and Son, the Druggist, for Dr. Gebnl's Llv.
Pills, try a dose, samples frr. full box 25 cent,
If yon want a clean and fine smoke ask for
J. Joseph noine mauo wnire laoor cigars,
For sale by moat cigar dealers and at
TIN WARE AND HARD
WARE OF ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
Dandruff is probacly one of the most dif
ficult diseases of the scalp to oure, bnt Du
taril's Specific never fails to remoye it perm
anently. Sareness after shaving is instant
ly relieved by Its nan.
For weak and delicate women nothing
bjilds up the entire system more thoroughly
and effectually than Oregon Kidney Toa. It
is especially adapted to diseases peculiar to
the sex, is pleasant to take and in every in
staocn proves of great value. Oregon Kid
ney Tea is compojoo ot Kerbs lonuu in u re
gno, is pat up in nea- tin boxes, and can l.e
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 nrinary troubles.
Iliahlaud.CUcksmas conn ty, Or., March 20.
T 1.-... ... (T..rA -;,!, - nf tUm Lift
neys for 6 or 7 years and for tho last two
months have been laid up with a pain in my
bosk. A friend sent me a sample of the Ore
gon Kidney Tea, ard having used it one
week I can do a good day's work. I have
derived more benefit Iromit than from ell the
icdicincs I have evor taken.
J. Q. Newbill.
A l'lealnit Sense
Of health and strength renewed and of ease
and comfort follows the nseof Syrup of Figs,
as it acts in harmony with nature to effec
tually cleanse the system when costive or
bilinus. For sale in 60c. and $1 bottles by
all letding drntrgists.
Farmers, if you want the best harness all
hand mtde, goto E.L, Power, next to Dem
SECURE PRICES. NO
- TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOii & R0BS0S