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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1887)
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M'.'ic.v ii r.--ij .r tin1 rivhiiation
Sr. ii i'.V.i! :( tt jH'HU iy upon tlio
o,. of Muluia!n..U iwmty, . ishrowtl
(!.'i vcr! t'luim tHnt if ft majority f
ihit U'ph than t'rttO Is not btnim.l In
I'mtliiiiii, Alblne iuhI Kast. IVrU.uiil,
Vi' liilfitlon will t arry tho slnto. The
nalvoi-ttto of this Inti-st Issue in Oregon
ar wvll ofSk-trwt, thamiusjhly orgnnt-
l nnl hoar-lily lutimstetl In the
trusts Tholr font' im- ready at a mtn
v.!'a not toe to w.nU tyvry vuhirrnhk
point, (he small rountry pivolm-ts
(Iiroiijihoiit the state lfliig In pynsptv
thy with them. On the othor hand
tholr ojijwnunitss over Bangui tie of buo
jjior to rent on tholr arm while
the enemy raptures in detail every
outrt. This eonehiUn la reached
ly uiioervation of the contending par-
tics In the city mut hearing the re
marks isoit by t he rank and file as
well aw by the leaders of the opposing
itrmteH. The retail saloon keepers
take little Interest in theeontest saying
should the Prohibitionists win it will
make comparatively little difference to
them, mnee they would nin their phi
oo of hnsinepa just the same and wive
each the $300 annually paid the city
f.r lieen.t They might perhaps have
to change to the veconu stork of
huildinirs to do bo.
"The Nevada tmnk deal has destroy
rl our business for the present," re
marked a heavy shipper and grain
broker of San Francisco a few days Ago,
"but it has t)ccn and is a bonanza for
the warehouses of-thls city and Port
Costa, Storage nceomiiMHlation Is tuk
ca up In and about .the bay, while li
the interior comparatively little grain
is stored. The reason is that wheat
was rushed forward weeks ago to de
liver on contracts. The ringsters were
Yiught; then the wheat was taken up,
and here it will stay. Shipping Is at
standstill. The Liverpool market
overstocked. From this state about
2oO,ooo tons were put on the market at
oneo. Wheat here is held at ?t.25 and
per cental, and there is no pro'
poet tisat it will go lower. Farmers
will hold on and so will dealers rath'
tr than lot ft go at present prices, which
means at a loss. This state of affairs,
I think, will continue until January
Then the surplus m Liverpool will
I.iive been consumed, and as the cror
in India and lUissia has not been large
the price must increase.,,
Portland printers and their employ
ers are profoundly disturbed over a di
Walton of the International Typ
jrrapMcal .Union to all subordinate
unions numbering over sixty men, to
demand ftr job printers nine hours' j
work ami the same wages as are now !
being paid. The minimum amount of i
wages paid to any Union printer is j
ix r week for ten hours' work per day!
Employers declare that they will not
pay that amount for nine hours' work,
and printers are unwilling to take less.
They would wish to continue work un
der the old scale, but the mandate of
the International Union interdicts
tjiem. The difference will l settled
amicably, if possible, lut as yet licit hor
side baa shown any disposition to
Captain Lee, after ten years' search,
has at last diseovcml the wreck of the
1 trot her Johnathan, and is happy. The
veseel, or what there left of it, lies two
miles south of Northwest Seal rock, it
is known that a large amount of mon
ey went down with the vessel, it lieing
in a huge safe. There was a cartload
of gold and no end of greenbacks. Af
ter bouig burled In the sea for 22 years
there is no telling the condition it is in;
but in all probability the old captain
can find ample time to brighten it up,
with the assurance that it will W a le
gal tender In exchange for real estate
Advices from South. America state
that an immense nugget, weighing
about 51 pounds, of pure gold, has just
Itcen unearthed In the now famous Mi
das mine. The find has created in
tense excitement. The nugget is flat
Wd-iia something of the contour of a
colossal hand, held open, with the
thumb and finger chase together. Its
greatest length is twelve and one-half
inches, and breadth eight and one-ha f
inches. ' It varies In thickness up to
. two and one-half inches. The value is
estimated at 10,000. A cast of it will i
be taken before it Is broken up.
Col. Fredrick D. Grant, the nominee
of the republican party of Now York,
for secretary of state, was with the Un
ion army during a considerable portion
of the war of the rebellion, thought he
was too young to take a hand in the
lighting. He accompanied his father
through the Fort Henry and Fort Don
I'laon campaigns, the siege of Vicks
burg, and the Wilderness and Peters
burg .campaigns. The boy was often
on the set-nee of actual conflict, and
was once wounded.
Jadge J. It. Rca, of Minneapolis, was
chosen Commander-in-chief of the
firand Army of the Republic at the
recent annual meeting of that laody.
He is a native of Pennsylvania, enPst-
cd in the. war as a private and won
promotion up to brevet major. He is
now judge of his district. The choice
gives general satisfaction to the Grand
army- ' -
One of the murderers of Itev. Frank
Haddock, the Iowa prohibition cham
pion, has been found guilty of man
slaughter. The extreme penalty for
manslaughter in Iowa is eight years'
imprisonment. The murder of Had
dock was nnnsually villainons, and if
the perpetrators are to be punished at
all they should receive the death pen
alty. The commission appointed by the
government to view the Willamette
Valley and Cascade Mountain wagen
road, will in til prlability, make a
report adverse to the interests of the
prvscnt owners of the property, the
land' donations incident to the build
ing f the road having repeatedly
hun god owners.
The brewers and mnlten? of New
Y(i: k City propose to tKfeat by the n.se
-f iiujjie.v evciy hgtsiator wlto votetl
ir the 'n&y and Vtddtr high li-
Jt.lioC bills. 1
I.KHASOS ANB Mt'lMITV.
it I'.PAv.tifu! Rrril.m
The following agreeable opinion of
jebanou and. vicinity is taken from
he Orrtnnhin. and will serve to show
ow others see us:
The town of Iebanon, some twelve
miles from Albany. jut on the
astern edge of the great Albany prai
rie, was visited by a representative of
tho Oregon ian ft few days sinec, It
has a charming location, and Is one of
the cleanest, neatest and most thrifty
ooklng little towns In the Willamette
valley. It has a bank, several stores
carrying large, stocks of goods, two ho
tels, the St, Charles, kept by H. K.
l'arrish, in-ing a very commotuous and
comfortable house for such a town. It
has a newspaper, the Kxphks, pul
lihod by J. II. Stlne. There are two
churches, and the Methodists have
another In course of erection. Decide
the district schools there is the Kanti
an i academy, where some oft he promi
nent men of the state have graduated.
A handsome two-story brick building,
the first In the town, is Just completed.
Just In the outskirts of town Is a flour
ing mill and a, planing mill, and a
short distance In tho country is a
cheese factory, which produces a most
excellent article of cheese.
Although apparently near tho foot
hill, Lebanon has a largo country
tributary to it. The section between
the forks of the Santiam. known as
"Canada," is an extensive and fertile
territory, where many hops are raised,
Man j' Indians were soon in town who
had been engaged In hop hlcklng,
spending some of their earnings pre
paratory to going home. The work
of railroad construction going on across
the Cascades causes a great deal of
teaming ouf of Ibanon, tools, suj
plies, etc., being sent there by rail and
forwarded to the front by teams over
the now much talked of wagou road,
which runs away up through the
Home valley and much Rne
' and etMsftes to lvmtern Oregon. I
country ana erawses to ljttern Unvgon
Borne five miles distant up the aSouth
rork of the Hantiam is Waterloo,
where there is n soda spring, rising
fixni the rocks In the channel of the
river. This is quite a place of rooit
for LcIhuioh people. A pleasant drive
behind a fast team from W. C. IVter
son A Co's. livery stable brought the
Orrffonian man to the place. There
m a smaii tan m me river auove wtiteii
ia n ili!,N:.l,at.wl ftnn, l.I.li fit-iituIt..t
, ... .
water supply for a flouring mill and a
sawmill in earlv da vs. liolow the fall
is a long and deep mx1 suitable for
boating and bathing, and crowing this
on a floating bridge the soda spring in
reached, it is a beautiful spot and the
grove tut i tie suore oears evnience utui
many iKHple visit it. Coming lack a
different roavl is taken and the town of
Sslaville la visited, where there is nn-
mncr sHia spring. rome puoiie iene-i
factor deeded the spring and a plot of I
tana arouna ii 10 me puonc. uie
spring has been bricked, up and a sort
of pavilion with seats erected over it
and plunk walks laid to the entrances
of the plot. Many people were sitting
around driuking the water, which is1
very pleasant, and many were taking
home jugs and piUhcrfulls for future
consumption. From ISodavtlle a fine
view is bad of the prairie, with Albany
in the distance, and away beyond the
Coast range, with Mary's peak loom
ing above the other peaks ot the range.
A more pleasant place than Lebanon
and the country round about in which
to spend the soumier vacation cannot
OtTOBl R 2.
Qul'e a number cf peiple are going
up the C?alitooia to the mines. 8ome
think there is a prospect for a, rich.
mining camp up there.
A. J. Miaoks and wife came down
from Fern ridge Saturday to his fath-
111! ai L I aw ia.v !
School began here last Monday.
jliss xsenaooua xaiita, oi Wisconsin,
Mrs. O. P. Abrams aecomiMinieil her
husband to his logging camp ton-main
Mr. Jack lianta and family of this
place, have moved on Mr. Pugh's
place, about one mile and & half from
Mrs. Pugh has received her stock of
f dl and winter millinery goods, and is
ready to accommodate all who want
goods in her line.
Mr. T. A. Lewis has moved his shoe
maker tools to Albany, where he ex
pects to work at his trade in partner
ship with J. B. Hughes, of that place.
Mr. Hannah and family, who havt-
been i-uting In this vicinity, have re
turned to their home in Illinois.
Grandma Hughes, who has betn
qui'e ill, is recovering.
Nc are glad that this country sup-;
port one prohibition paper. Hurrah
for the ExriiKss! " Faith.
After the 10th of this month, the
staging on the O. & C. railroad will be
reduced to twelve miles, and one of tl e
tunnels used. A few weeks after the
line will be completed. Then a person
can ride by rail trom New York or
Canada to Los Angeles or Mexico and
return by way of Arizonia and theJ
southern statot, or vice versa. Then
look out for immigration to Oregon.
A drummer made President Cleve
land a present of a Waterbury wa'ch
during his stop at. Indianapolis. No
doubt the traveling salesman thought
he would give tho president something
which would occupy his mind while
"swinging around the circle," as it
would take him at least three hou;s
each day to wind his watch.
During the month of Scptembei
Nelon Bennett drove the big Cascade
tunnel 430 feet. That is to say, at the
cast end the workers bored 210 feet and j
at the west end 220 feet. 3Ir. Bennett
claims that tins beats all previous rec
ords in tunnel boring. There only re
mains 3500 feet of the tunnel to bore.
The proixsition to cover Goose Creek'
alley with water, by means of a crnal
tapping Snake river near or at the
American Falls, is again revived. The
canal it is estimated, would cost half a
million dollars and would reclaim 350,
000 acres of Lmd.
n ri'.'ii -! i i M j-
tv. Of., d't'iT '. 0xT, In
i Linn rai:il-
lUA'. (' A. Wi.nl ..v,
li. W. Wlit'iU I" ImI 1 lie
ty, or., tiuil Mtr 1. 1 1 .1 khU.EY,
, Hi itiva. ti-
May Joy mid fnKr(ly . attimit their Miiioti,
Mi Kit 1m b j-niiHit Ini'.v or wtlilc virtue it her
mnny ft-U'its wtU ml- her In lliclr wlnl link.
1 have for nnle at my farm, near Spl-
cer, a limited amount of th "Sutu'i tor
White It vc," which can le had at a
reasonable tlurutv. For snnmlecall at
the Splecr Wawhouse.u For further
particulars apply to 1). F. Hakdman,
ORECOKIAN RAILWAY COIPAHY.
CH AS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On aii't nfti-r Sent. 7. 1S7. mt until Oirthor mv
tUv tntiiut 111 ruu lUUy (vxt'v(l Stimlity) n lul-
tm 11 :
: " STATIONS.
lixl. ttru iVnukkTim-t
Al" u i5 Ung.
ii.aii St. iHiit'.
Jt.W Fmtivh l'rnlrle,
11. 'xl F.ilv,
J'i l'.l 'J l I1H. IIII,
1J W M. AiiK. l,
l.v M Slhvrt.m,
l .ij JohinamN Mill,
t"A ICnHt ski, Juiu'lks
S.OS ' slmw.
J. 11 Wl"t SlHVIHU,
. t.Vi ornvfl'tti,
2..W N..nh Hniuliim,
n.n Vit sriii.
t.:'t Tlitni" Furk,
4. Ill SpllHT
4 t'i Tllmai,
4. Jl lwaian,
t.4A Ti IUlta-,
.iv J Kii limit
5. 'JI IVIivlHtns
Ar. P.M. Arv. !
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An- li ;5
n. s .
OREGON PACIFIC R. R. !
220 Miles Shorter!
20 Hours Less Time!
AccommoJationa Unaurpaased for Com
fort and Safety.
Fart ami Freltthta via. YaainltM ami lot Ontmit
Ivartaaiai'mw Stiantatilia mmh k-o I ban by
mtv aatlHT Mut lvihaiit all iHti.ita In nlllamelle
allev ami San r rnetii.
DAILY PASSEXGKR TRAINS,
i Kvt smaiay
I Ijhw Vannlnft l . M. !av? All.any 1ip.w
lv(ln'atllt::.N. Ive fatvalltl.4. r. n.
Arrive Albany lt:ll a.m. Arrive Vauuinaa;! a.m.
'S' . Tralni. conneet at Allaany an.t IXarvnlU.
c. r. iioao.
Acting U. F. A P. Act.
. 'larval! K Or.
J Oregon Development Co.
FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP LINK
YAQUINA & SAN FRANCISCO
ouua.if tn at Vaatulna w Ith the Train of
IMvgon ravin- KhIIpw.i t aiuy.
rmj ms rtASa wn.
KuMprn On'jim. Ta.walT vf.ahr It: Yivinlna
Citr, ShOipIkv 'laalcr l"; WilUamrno nlh-y, I
Thnr.lv a,-),jr Ja; Ea-laTn i H t-nii, Tin-Uij-
lVlotr i: sauuiallty, whiujhi; iKim-or i.
Wlllsmette VntVv. Thnrwln?.' tMaitaor IS; FjiM-
m I mvam. Ta.!i)lnar i-intnr 1: Ysaiuin. llv.
SniaiTaliiv id-t.atvr -J; iiMnii' mifv. i nuraiiijr
ti-ttalaiT iT: Khmitii nfaai. Ti-xly hovi'mlai-r 1;
Yaiiuina illy, Suualo jr .NoviuiKr o.
SAMUEL E. YOUNG,
Boots and Shoes.
THE LARGEST STOCK II THE CITY.
Ilought ExelUHively for
Cash from the Manufac-
Every Pair Warranted.
For Ladies, Misses & Children,
FIRST STREET, ALBANY, Or.
If the Liver be
comes vorpiu, li tae mmm mmm& a
bowels are constipated, or If the stomach
fails to perform Its functions properly , uae
Aycr'a Pills. They are invaluable.
For some years I was a victim to Liver
Complaint, In consequence of which I
Buffered from General Debility and Indi
pention. A. few boxes of Ayer'a Fills
reatored me to perfect health. W. T.
lirightney, Henderson, W. Va
For years I have relied more upon
Ayer's Pills than anything else, to
my bowels. These Pills are mild In ac
tion, and do their work thoroughly. I
have used them, with cood erlect, fa
eaas ot Rheumatism and Dyspepsia.
O. F. Miller, Attleborough, Mass. -
Ayer's Pills enred me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
for vears. I consider them the best pills
made, and would not be vrithout them.
Morris Gates, Downsville, i. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious Fever,
which was followed by Jaundice, and
was so dangerously ill that my friends
despaired of my recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer's Pills, and soon regained
my customary strength and vigor.
John C. Pattison, Lowell, Nebraska. -
Last spring I suffered frreatly from a
troublesome oumor on my side. In spite
of every effort to cure this eruption, it in
creased until the flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains in
By the advice of a friend I began taking
Ayer's fUia. in a snort time l was tree
from pain, my food digested properly, tho
sores on my body commenced heaiine,
and, in less than one month, I was cured.
Samuel D. White, Atlanta, Ga.
T have long nsed Ayer's Pills, in my
family, and believe them to be the best
pills made. S. C. Darden, Darden, Mian.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dysentery a few days &so; and I at once
beean giving them small doses of Ayer's
Pills, thinking I would call a doctor if the
disease became any worse. In a short
time the bloody discharges stopped, all
pain went away, and health was restored.
Theodore Kcding, liichmond, Va. tt
Ayer's Pills, fc
Prepared by Dr. 3. C. A yew 8c Co., Lowell, Vfnn
Sold by all Dealers in MamlM-Jnm.
nrurrhill ,v MtiUilhs O'V.
hft lwcn ttrrnti'il In iil hjihuh! IImiikhi In tli
Iv.t two ww'kn lay the kitovklHertli lv prt
! U Wtllvh Va tf nit MjUllltJ kihmIh HOW lXlHnlttc
ilir tit tlio inlmU of Uie ikmiiiIp. We litlcint t
kiap up tho rni ki't Bint In ahort time unitiintit
atly make th vory earth trvmhlu with mr my
InifH and arttimaa, anat we have grave ll' If our
romi('lliir sill winivu the phix-k. Every ttny
niirHwtiunini('nt. At ratr tm the eurtutn rutin
up on Ix'Butirul and thrlllltiK tllitntrntlutiK if our
iiH'thil uf (liilntr ttttltHm. The m- t on pur
i-luiwn I wmiilerfiil. they are not antUflttl with
tho intrrhane iiiiitfniilnti-l whert fiitrrliiR our
tir but rn their lat ilnlUaron aca?uiit uf Uie a.
tmitxIitiiK low rlii at vahlrh we oflVr I hem. We
can't lielp tt. There are tin twin on u mr iiio
on ur pviMtoniem. It tmnl to Ull where thin
will eml hut then la nn iiMlhtl In our mlmlx taut
what we w ill fttaal, clothe ami hoe two-tltlrili o(
the pvl'l- lit U'laauou ami vleliilty.
Boots and Shoes.
We are aole ajsx nl fiir INarler Shwhtsvr' iliaihle
Irtrk kl txnatl We afJialal tiriM-ll fa1l Of tl)CV
iMM-tt nt wlnlor, ami tmiiHe tr eU thirty tlii
yer. Ttiey have no etiial In thin market; we
will back thin anaertlon lay our Ktrenitih, flmniilll
wi'lulu JiW Ilia anat Munlellh 100 11m. We are no
tVnther weltiht tn the tvmral nirrajbanilix luinl
netw In lAbanim, we are hiavy; atr tHin-k
heavy; onrala are haavy: are oair tm aMitvaa,
I anal the Hht lliliig In the bulm I Uae mi.lUi.
Kavryame kimtr that tn UnlU llHapr we curry
the taint aaaajanrltvient In th rltj-. We have mme
thlti now In the xvlvvt snat ituh hotwae fllnm.
In llnm n, Isn anat tnaaua natural. I'utue and mm
i tboitt U'fiaro llK jr tuv U (iHie.
Blankets and Comforters.
Pmi't full to nee our atavk af wcnalcti l.lniikrim
We have llm frann fj.iv hi ?10 on. Kim tln In-
ilinm mi their hate rl-lt In the vnlli y hatnp nn-r-
mn tr Maare ini kin fitr our U'aal lb tl.iw
blMtkct. Tlaa. y ctuu tux.
N.atlihlnn.ln the money thi.re tn In M
mre sntimlly tlrva! nKwuriiiir Arv uaal Uv4
week, taut tin-re win be m KiH'h trniiMe maw a
we have i'hkIi nn t a new DHatkm which date
away m ith tlac weariaauinvwiai jf Uie work.
Rubber Boots and Oil
A ninn ran defy the t Wrncnts anal lniiKh at
tha-m when lie l apjnlprl wltha anltof nuroil
chathitiK and a pair of uur rulaln-r UwU. W Air
iiih the men nn railroad wnrk and thty muxt
have the larst. Ttivy arc like the tan la nee of the
pcalc, when tlHy want pxxl (pawtH and can not
coutc tlaui.'l-.ii tbvy tonil to Chun-hill & Man
Carpets, Wall Paper and
Look at out stork of tlicxe (rood. Wc compete
in tarloes with any lino In OnKn. The only
ftork in Lctaanon of wall foicr, carpctK and win
Why do people come to our store for nifrar, fnlt
coBee, tea, naal oil etc. etc-.T Becaune we give
more for a 3 than any other liouxe.
V. C. l'c ii'r. ic Cos kht
W. C. Peterson & Co.
Livery, Feed & Sale
To onr man friend rf IMmnon and
tHalnitj, and Hume of other town, wc
dottm to cull attention to tno net thut
tee have ojiencd on
MAPLE HTREET, BET. 1MT A 2ND,
(near Jiotanifi harm thop) a
New. Livery Stable.
New Buggies, Hacks and
GOOD. RELIABLE HORSES.
Partie dt tiring to take a trip to the
mountain, or other placet of rtcrra-
tiOft, houtd catl atut arc our
-FOR Bl'CH TKIl.
Ail Kinds ot Teaming tod Hauling dos1
C. B. ROLAND & Co
Hew Store, Hew Goods,
Hut, Caf, Itoiata, HIhhh, CTiolco
KolcctlonH In Fancy Hutnnior Nivk
Wear, Hilk lTinlcrwcar, Ilalhrljrpnn
Umlcrwcar, Fith, Clark & Flugg's
Thai very lfcnt mnkc of Hand Sewed
Shoes, ami the very Latt Htj lca
In Menu' lhjV anil Ynutlut' Cloth
ing. All the Cclchratetl makes of
HATS IN EVERY STYLE
OCR STtX'K CONSISTS OK
Bright New Fresh Goods
Ami os honcHt, fuir and square'
ileal i 11 ir ix our motto, we itxk tho
puhllc to cull ami get nrlccs.
C. B. Roland & Co.
One door West Revere bouse, Albany.
You -:- Certainly
NEW C,:,L SUIT
THIS FALL AND WINTER.
Why don't you co to BLAIN. tho
Lender In Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES
From Eastern Factories.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We are confident of rieuninir you. All
we Htk in the opportunity of
Through our Stock
WB ALSO KEEP IS STOCK
The Celebrated BrownsYllle Goods
L. E. BLAIN,
Leading Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
NOTICE t lSorehv ttvpn that niT wtfn. Ann
Bailfll, hnvinjr hft niy laeal anal boanl williimt lue
t'aiiM or arovotnrion. fill laerMant art noiiita?ai inni
I will not be rcspousible for aur bllta eonlroetvd
Lctaanon, Or., Aug. 20, 1R87, It.
FIGURES DON'T LIE I
1 j )
"The Peoples' Grocer"
orvallis Mills Best Flour,
Pearl Coal Oil per can,
White Beans, 30 lbs,
Best Table Rice, 18 lbs, .
I3cst Eastern Syrup, 5 gallon kegs,
Extra C Sugar, 16 lbs,
Golden C Sugar, 17 lbs,
Granulated Sugar, 14 lbs,
Best Costa Rica Coffee, 4
Best Rio Coffee, 4 lbs,
Japan Tea, 5 lb chests,
Savon Soap, per box,
Cold Water Bleaching Soap, per box,
Corn and Gloss Starch, 3
Saleratus, 4 papers,
Soda Crackers, per box,
Oysters, large cans, 5
Liverpool Salt, 200 lb sacks,
" 100" "
" 50 " "
Stock " 100 "
Pickles, 5 gallon kegs,
The nhovo nvo lrlaTMi on
ourliiimeuNO Htonrlt -liIeIt
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES,
WE CAN SAVE YOU 25 PER CENT.
-0n your Winter Supplies.--
FERRIAGE ACROSS THE WILLAMETTE RIVER
Free to those Comins: to - our Store.
Or Your Money Hoiimclocl,
The Peoples Grocer, v
it ltw I-AnIIucr Article In
cmbruccu Every tiling lit
h. a. i:lum-
l'roiirlcUif of the -
HtjUAVlU ilf Ohkaok.
i Till Umise to Comt!o!e In a!! of U fri-panaietifa
furuWilns the lmt of Ae"onimalaiiu)i to t'
t'tn TWtiiijj the Htada Hirin.
Board, $1 per Day, or $5 p it XlvX
JOHNSON a SHELTON.
Dry Goods, Groceriea
Boots and Shoes.
Hats and Caps
Ant! an Endiesa Variety of
R. C. Watkins,
HWEET HOME, - OEEOON.
REpalrlng of All Kinds at Rea
Khoelug all arontul, new sIkjcs, IL75.
Having located to ty I ak a share of
the public patronage.
It. C. WATKI2T8.
Contractor, Carpenter and
Plana Rl Snff.itir.ntionn
All Kind of Carpenter Work Don and
rric3 Very Reasonable.
ALBANY Sc. LEBAXOX, OREIOK.
B. H. BARKER,
SHOOTING GALLERY AND
-TOE BEST OF-
Cigars and Confectioneries
For the Accomoiodation of Patrons.
Partles will find this a Pleasant phie
" for Innocent Amusement.
B. II. BARKER.
Horse Shoeing: and Gen
ALL WORK WARRANTED
TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
Prices to Suit tho Times.
OI YE US A CALL.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R.
The ml Shasta Route.
Clew rrannaa-tlnrt)i mude ml Aihlnrwl artth
of (be CaUfuruta, On-guo & Uhtha mage Oompaui'.
Only 30 of l-it trill jr.
Time between Albanr nt S FraneseaB, 35 boors.
California Expnau Trains OaUy.
1AI P.M.! Leave
1f F. m.1 Leave
Arrive MM x.
l4.Vj 7.16 A, M,
Ijeava?; hzW r. aj.
8JW a, M.i Arrive
Local Paaaena-w Trains Daily (Sxcap) 8 nod
Arrive 3:4a p. a
Lrave Ml a. jo
12:40 p. BT.j
Local Passenger Trains DaU, (eeMtl Sum
8:10 r. M.
2 -JaO r. M.
Arrive 5:45 a. m.
Leave A. M.
Arrive f. ni.
Pullman Buffet Slaeners.
Dally between Portland and Axhland.-
The U. if. R. H Vrrar makra rmmMHna wWh
all the rejnilar iraina on tb Cast tide Div. fnnu
. West Sid Divtsicn.
PORTLAND and CORVALLIs.
Mall Train, DaHy (except) Sunday.
7'KOa.mJ Leave P;nln.n.l Arrian lXn aaa
- I- t.; Amaaj .arvura j-.eava i r. m.
Express Train Dally (except) 8Mnajry.
t:"l p. m. I
PrtUnal Arriare 9.a a. m .
MrMim-ille Lt-ave .:fa. m.
aW p. m. I
At Altaanv anal Cot-raUte eaami.t wttb rjraiiiti tf
-rir full mioruiat!' n n.ararali:x rules, mans.
etc., !! on eaaiupauy'k ageut.
li. a.a.iaii.i-ji. K. 1". KiXitKS.