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ALBANY OR., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1888.
Southern Paciflc Company's Line.
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oalipohsia ajrsiss li.US "
0:45 A H
. u I iav. Portland
"Y." . Albany
i p u Arriv. -
Arrive 8:46 F M
Leave I n,ou m
Leav. 9 .00 A M
10 p a I
, . .. i i..,v Albany
VIP a Arrivil Louanua
'if Arriv. LbQJU
Arrive I 0:30 A M
LtCttVO b.io m
arrive I 2:45 p II
Leave 2:00 m
ITIiTimsi. RllFFEr SLEEPERS.
tourist Sleeping Car3
r Aces mhiII" ecU'l' ,c
Bern, attached t i:xuriTral..s.
w.t hid. avlvlslon.l
IeTVTEKV PURfUMO All CPU, TAttla.
trais daily (exiept Sunday,)
p Hi Arrive v" "' " '
mmnuxui" (uxc jp". SuoJay.
IJpVhC. .0 Portland Arrive v:uu a u
iml Ar.ro -
IUVwnr n l Corvallls connect with trains of
mroujh tioktitl to all prints simth nl colt yla
Fwlall Informitlm roardinir rates, nuns, etc.,
lion tympany . a..." ,-,.
R, KUKllLiK.il, "
Mil,Xjt- An'l J. r. u r. Af
baa splendid assortment of goods for (be
consisting of a nice selection of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
DIAMONDS, ETC., ETC,
Gold Headed Canes.
Now assortment all kinds of jawelry,
REAL ROGER BROTHERS
tiOI.DKN KULE BAZAAIt-
Ca.diUoesa Long Wuysot Julia." Grail wohl'
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
yt dozen unhandled teacups and saucers,
J dozen unhandled coffee cups and sau
cers, 4 c, cts.
J dozen handled coffee cups and sau
cers, 50 cts.
H dozen seven inch dinner plates, 45
These goods are all Iron stone China and
not a cheaper grade of goods. These prices
are for 30 days.
0, K. J aim Shop.
House and Carriag-o Painters,
Decorators and Paper Hangars
Piano Varnishing-. " '
All work guaranteed.;
VASSALLO & THOMPSON.
(Successor to Honry Suosens.)'
Oregon Pacific RailroaiL
jnn Deve'.opmont Company's Steam-
..l.n I Inn
225 ESILES SHORTEN
29 HOURS LESS TbsmE
L-. ho nv nth or route.
.U WJ J
I n.A i.... tlirntirrh n9nnilll"fir and
reizht line from Portlaad aud all poinU
atbo Williitnotio Valloy to ami from Kan
Jillamatta BAver Lina of Steamors.
It rrt.a MThrnA KUlnrM" urA In Nnrviee
lior 'both paviener and freight tralllo be-
ILwoen uorvauia uu rwusuu iuu
mediato points, leaving Company's' wharf,
Uorvallis, and Messra. lluliimil dc Co'a
wharf, Nos. aou and 202 Front St., Port-
ltua, three limes a woeit as tuiiuwa ;
XUKfll liUUNU. .
toiva U irvallli, Mon lay., Woiinoa.Uys and Kri-
Iltyt.tSA. 111. AIDuiy, o:i.la.m. Arrives m oaieiu
. p. m. Ljavb Silem TumiIav, Thoriay and Hatur
iirAtSa. in. Arrive at PortlanJ J:J0). m.
20imil trans andthres t Arm on j .any ertrs
Some near tuwiu
Boots and 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' clothir.g 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. Caft at this of-iice.
How is your appetite ? Are you nervous
or irritable T Are you subject to billiousness !
Dr Henley's Dandelion Tonic works wonders.
It mikes the weak and sickly strong, builds
up tli whole system and puts uew life and
engery in you .
A splendid stock of library and hanging
lamps just received at Wallace & Thouap-
I Leaf. Pjrtlaml Mmilavs. Wednej'iav and Frid
Iinat0a.nl. Arrive at 3alo.ii at 7:15 p. in. Leave
I ilem Tuesday, Tliunrlay ana ttaturaay at a a, m.
Irrireat CorvallUat a;3J p, in.
I tt.l. m.l.. Mln3 flnnnaotlnn al. A than
Lith trains of the Oregon Paolllu Railroad
TIMB 3 JilKnULK- (except Sundays.)
-ra Altuttv. 1:00 p. ; Loavo Yanuina, 0:45 A.
lrt Corvallis, l'.tOP.M. Leave Corvallis, 10:35 A,K.
V'nn Vaiinlna, 5:30 r. u. Arrive Albany, 11:10 a. u,
I 0. AC. tr.Mns conno:t at Albany and
orvsllis. The above trains connect at
Inqnlni with the Oregon Development
impany's Line of Steamships between
aiuina and San Francisco,
S tIUSO DATE", .
I RM, paoM A PRASCIUCO. PHoM TA14UIWA
huuttt Valley. Thnrs, Doe. 8th Wed. Dec. 12th
amnu Vallev. tlon. Deo. 17th 31 n. Dec. 24th
limeut Valloy, Sun. Deo. 30th.
I Santa Claus Headquarters.
a j Ipnrl.d "leek of
ftlio Company .jryea the right, to
tjui sailing dates williout nonce.
PasHenirora from Pnr-ind and
I'uaineue Valley points can maxe close
ansctlon with liie trains of the Vaquioa
'"eat AlbAnv or Corvallis, and ll des-
to 8jn Frdnoisoo ahoulil arramre to
rivsat Yaquina the evening before ('ate
"(Sep anil l irlclit Rates always tuo
l rioiirinitlon apply to U J Htitart, Frolht and
t;-"cin, Ainanv, u. to u 11 Hasa'on, Jr., v. r.
r art.. Orjffnii liAvul.iiimei.t I":.,.. S3I lloiitjmerr
In r'.vuuci, Ul, C . MlsUliti,
. U. P. and P. Airo'it,
O.'jjj 1 Pi iil; It R U.i. u.irvalll.
IBANY, - - . OREGONJ
AS. PFEIFFER PROPRIETOR,
- Ittld un In Aral jllajM al vla. Tables
lopllsd with the bet in tbe market.
ts sleoping apartments. Sample rooms
r vuuiiuereiai travelers,
'res Csaekts ami frem the Mitel. TO
Fine line of Guns and
ood stock of Aaimuni
oq at Deyoe and Rob-
Ks. Special bargains
Plush Goods, Toilet Gases Al
bums, Perfumeries, Books
nor Mirii.-wt in thi Valley.
GOaNTr TREASURER'S NOTICE.
' if " is liwehv given that there are funds
TtMl.ni In all the UtsstiinpravA.l ?i tnon in tin- r...,,ty rreasurer's office of I.inn
nr..,.. N.wlne- MiohinHt. liuns Also ooumv. O, -.'vn, to rerluce all outsianainx
THE BEST OF BACON.
The lighter pigs will make bacon you
need not be so particular about the size
as a pig which weighs diessed 150 pounds
will make choice bacon. Cut the sides in
to strips and put them for six weeks into a
brine made as follows: For ico pounds of
meat, use six pounds of salt, four ounces of
saltpeter and six pounds of brown sugar
with water enough to cever the meat closly
packed In a clean cask; sprinkle a thin lay
er of salt on the bottom so that the meat
will not come In direct contact with the
wood. Put the skin side down and be sure
the whole contents are covered with the
brine. At the end of six weeks take up
the meat and smoke it, using corn cobs or
hard wood smoke till it is a light brown
or tan color. The pieces should be sewn
up in muslin bags and covered with white
wash on the outside. When prepared in
this way bacon can be cooked without
freshening and it will keep sweet for a year
or more. It should be stored in a dry cool
place. Bacon prepared and preserved in
in theabove way always comes handy for
aside dish, or for a special meat taking the
place of pork. It is excellent to cook with
greens, and in various other ways that a
thrifty and skilled housewife could devise.
The Baptist church has just decided to
call the Rev. LeRoy, of Astoria to fill their
A few weeks ago the license of Mr R A
Sanders' salooon expired and the building
was closed, but last week he opened it again.
Yesterday the funeral of Miss Effie Dean
took place from the Baptist church here.
She was aged 19 years and had been failing
for u long time.
Last week thev had a coyote hunt in the
hills near Mr A J Kirk's place, but failed
to kill any.
The following were duly elected to serve
as officers of Callapooia Lodge, No, 43, I.
O. O. F. ; G V Standish.N G ; C W Prim
ly, V G i Geo Finley, R S ; J K McHar
gue, P S ; W R Kirk, Treasurer ; C H Els
wick, N B Standish, D M Walter.Trustees.
Dr Curl has gone on a month's profes
sional trip to Eastern Oregon.
We ar3 c'osing out our stock of boots and
shoes, and to show you that we mean wha
we say quote you a few of our prices
Ladies' best French kid button shoes at
$4-35. regular price, $5.50, none better in
town; ladies' extra quality French kid, but
ton, at $3 75, regular price, $5.00; ladies
good French Hd, button, at $3, regular
price, $4; ladies bright uongoia, Duuon.at
J 7Si regular price, $3.50; ladies' bright
Uongoia, button, neat and good, $2, regu
lar price $3; ladies' American kid, $2, reg
ular price, $3 ; ladies' American kid, $: . 25,
regular price, $2; child's oil grain button
school shoes, from $1 td$i.2o; a few pairs
of ladies' rubbers, 30 cents to 40 cents;
men's rubbers, 50 cents; also a large as
sortment of men's boots. Come anil see.
Brownkll & Stan rd.
a full line of warranto 1 Razors, BntohHr
ail"! 1-ookot Knives. Tba be-tt kin I of
sowing machine oil, nseuios an't e.wiv.,
for all machines. Ail rspalriui neatly
and reasonably done.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
The undersigned is prepared to do lall
kinds of work In his line in first-olass or,
der and with promptness. Address P. O
box 87 or call at ooraer of 8lh and Maple
I. N, Smith.
SUPERIOR LINES OF
PLEMENTS AT 1 DE
wan-sir. Inrerest on all warrants
from tltis '!'!!.
Ditrd lrt:n'jer fitb, 1888.
New Wash House.
r . rM.; remiss wVin livflil in thii town for
many year awl wm o wmi iikou uj
t..i.'. 1 - ainiArl nd will nnen UDI new
waxh hme th firnt of September, one door
1 . it u.. T .aa A ruMiictnctA
wnrli end wants ?veryoony w go ftuir
waniune dime v mm
PAINTS, OILS AND
BRUSHES AT DEYOE
& R0BS0N f .
New Goods. Latest styles in toques
turban and soft felt hats just received at
IDA M. URl'SH S.
A fine line of holiday aoo-is for our crock
try department aud marked very low iu
Wallace Sc Tuo mtsck
Itching Pile i ara known by mti uro vpir
Inn rmMliicin? a vrv (I'rjJiirreeAtjIe Itcliltiir aiter
in? warm. This lirm n well m Blind. UtefMltf anil
pnjtrudiiir Pile, yield at once t the application of
ur. UotnllKO'i 1 -lit remiti.v, w.uun uirucuj ujkh
thr pxt8 affected, alj-rbinsr tho tumors, allayintr the
inttfiiM itehlnir and effuctitij a imrrmnerit euro. 50
canu. Address The Dr Iiunko M.jiiie Co , Piqu
O. bold by Dr. 0 Miss and n.
We will roll oa groceries cheaper than
any store in town.
CROWN ELL Ob CTANARD.
P, O's. 4c.
Wasiiinctok, Dec. 6. An increase of
pension has been granted to Charles J. Fox
A railway postoffice has been establish
ed on the line of the Northern Pacific and
Puget Sound Shore railroads, between
Seattle and Tacoma, V. T.
The following fourth-class postmasters
have been commissioned: At Eola, Or.,
Sylvester Wilson; at Jewell, Or., Charles
Botton ; and at Riparia, W. T, Henry Cars
Kvea Authors Slake Pooir,
New York, Dec. 6. The Mall and Ex
press says Joaquin Miller, Edward Everett
Hale, Lear Wallace, Maurice Thompson
and Franklin File.haye agreed to write five
associated works of fiction, to appear in
January. The profits of the publication
will be equally divided. Joaquin Miller
writes with the glorious sunlit bay of San.
Francisco in sight, Hale will locate his
story in New England, Thompson in Bay
St Louis, and File writes about New York
A Brutal Policeman.
San Francisco, Dec. 6 Police Officer
Thomson.who shot and killed Christopher
Rosenblock last night, and Officer Pugh,
who was with Thomson at the time, were
dismissed from the police force this after
noon. They Say.
Washington, Dec. 6. Five of Maine's
representatives and senators say Blaine
should and will be offered the secretary
ship of state, and that he will probably ac
New York, Dec. 5. The Evemng Sim's
Washington special says; A prominent citi
zen of Dakota says there is very little pros
pect of that territory being admitted as a
state either during this session of congress
os the next. The territory contains enough
inhabitants to warrant its being cut into two
states, and that is the desire of a majority
of its people. They want the territory
divided on the forty sixth parallel. This
would give the republicans four more sena
tors and two representatives. But the in
terests of the proposed states would be
largely in favor of tariff reform .
Never Heard of Her.
Rock ford, III., Dec. 6. Daisy Coster,
aged 15, daughter of a prominent Oregon
men, eloped with Charles Judson, a trai"
hand. They were traced to Byron, and cap
Hired as they were making for Wisconsin,
The girl declares she will marry Judson on
the first opportunity. He is under arrest,
charged with abduction.
The Union l'ariflc.
Boston, Dec. 6. The statement of the
Union Pacific railroad shows the gross
earnings for the ten months to October 31
were $24,244,000 an Increase of $526,000.
expenses, ai4,2; Increase. $1,114,000.
Surplus $9,4ig,ooo; decrease, $58,000,
MtMitcith & Seitenbach's great closing sale
will enable all to buy any line of goods fully
50 per cent, less than any other store in the
Dandruff1 is prohally oue of the most dif
ficult diseases of the f-cnlp to cure, but Du
tard's Specific never fn:ls to remoye it perm
anently . Soreness after shaving is instant -ly
relieved by its use.
DR. BO HAN-KO -
in his new discovery for Consumption, suc
ceeded in producing a medicine which i) ac
knowledged by all to hs pimply marvcloup.
It is exceed intfly pleasant to Ihe taste, per
fectly harniles-, at:d d es nut aiclt-n. In all
oases of capes of CVuftttnp:.ioti. Couhs,Colds
WhoopuiB Cimth, Croup, Hrnn'-hitis, and
Paina in the Chest, it hs eiven anivertal
satisfaction. Dr Bnsnnlio's Crnigh and Lnng
Syrup is sold at su oenta by Ur Uuiss & son.
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 frorr
40 cents to 50 cents. Carriec u large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A. B. McIlwain
TIN WARE AND HARD
WARE OF ALL KINDS AT
DEYOE & R0BS0N' S,
For weak od delicate women nothiocr
boilds np the entire ay tern more thoroughly
and efleclitallv than Oregon Kidney Tea. It
is especially adapted to disease peculiar to
the ex. is pleasant to take and in every in-
otaocn proves Tr great value. Oregon Kid
ney lea is compojeu ot uerba found in Ore
ijnn, is put np in nea' tin boxes, and can le
prepared fresh by simply steeping in hot wa
ter. It contains no miuera! substance what
ever, is pleasant to take and ncyer .faiU to
cure kidney or urinary troubles.
Ilighland. Clackamas connty.Or., March 0.
I have suffered with a disease of the kid
neys fur 6 or 7 years and for the Inst two
mouths navt been laid up with a pain in my
naev a iriena sent me a simple or the Urt
gon Kidney Tea, and haviog used it one
week I can do a good day' work. I have
derived more henttit from it than from all the
medicines I have ever taken.
J. Q. New bill.
CURE FOR SICK HEADACHE,
Do von want a remedy for B'HouineM. Pimnlea on
the face, a d a sure eure (-r tk-k headache, ask Dr,
Ou'sa and Bon, the PruirgtifU, (or Dr.tier.nl'a Lira
ruia, try a aose, samples free run box 25 cent.
If you want a clean and fine smote ask for
T. Joseph's home mid white labor cia-re
For sale bv moat cicar dea'ers atd at
SECURE PRICES. NO
TROUBLE TO SHOW
DEYOE & R0B30N