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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1887)
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S . wio t ii division of D.ikota is e
v si hu0 tin.,;, rit y aiul the
omsrioit of prohibition ftiitl high liwnse
it i .thought that prohibition will got
"A ssusi'.L majority. -
As a result of the Lite eleetSon in
New York City it lias been decided to
diss lve the Democratic faetion known
as Irving Hall and its members will be
"rome identified with Tammany Hall
or the County Demooraey.
The steamer Telephone, the fastest
d boat perhaps in the world i
ii , ,, . t
ved by fire near Astoria on ,
Siniday evening last. Loss f 10,000; in- j
suivd for $30,000- It is said Captain j
Scott will have her replaced in ninety ,
On Sunday night last the cluster of j
buildings occupRHt ty 1. 1. Uamumj
P. T. Barnum
ivs winter quarters for his creat show !
at Bridarcport, Conn., was destroyed
by fire. Thr e elephants and hun-
dreds of. auimaK jvishett in the ;
ti Su . 1 l t n-.rtr '
,v "v"" 1
I.-.xrt T. Lincoln, talking with a
f"iend about the defeat of Colonel
Tn d. Grant said laughingly, but earn-
.tn- niul ns even a trille reliovei bv
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"That effectual! v disposes of I
r T A i
tsria iivtvvi, k,i hi""""
(JrafU. A hereditary platform is not
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stronir enousrh for a party to stand on. ;
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W lntelaw Kent, of the JNew 1 ork t
Tri,He, has purehased the "Ophir I
Funn," the famous property upon j
winch Ben Holliday spent over $'
Ml i t!n biM;si alinii' The nurchase
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r-riee is . 'said to have been between J
and 900,000, scarcely
t!,!r,1 r,f fi nmnimt t:ivishel nnoit it :
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Tiie Supreme Court of Georgia has
deeided that brewers whose property j
has been damaged bv th enactment of
prohibitory laws cannot recover dam- ;
jiges on the ground that the public i
iies not take and injure their property j
for the tee of the public but prevents
them, from taking or damaging tne
public for tneir use. a souuq, com-1
mon-sense decision. j
rn five hundred and eighteen elec-
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454. The same district m gavej
Hill ,027; Devenport 08,269: Buacum !
.: These furures show a falling off j
on tiie total vote of the district.
county complete gave Grant 5S,530;
counties, gave Cook TTA; , . . 1 ,u,,t,KM,": u.u,
,184; Huntington S4S2; George """" " " l"" "
Cook 113,3-30; Geoige 15,216; HunUng-i"1""1"1 "l , Y 1 l tv"
ton 007 " jcrything was done that could be to
cary the amendment.
It is annouti'- that the Northern ; . We congratulate yo'i on account of
Pacific Railroad Company has just j your boycott; j-ou can very well afford
closed a contract for the sale -at 130,000 to loose such support, it can be easily
acres of timber land along their line in j replaced by those w ho adhere to "bet
Minnesota near Lake Superior for a I ter principles. 8- A. Y.
sui'n exceeding ?1 ,000,000.
1.-1 l-un.n rw-,lo-I,f. lXr n T-Mili"t Ctf 1l1Tl-
lK-rmen. Larger sales' than usual-of '. from lheur to the Orrgoman state
agricultural lands in Minnesota and ! th the Oregon Baciflc is pushing its
Dakota are reported bv agents of the "ork U1 th miJ of 0reSon as rapid
companv. i ,J" as P0810'-'- course of the road
' i will be through the Ochoeo, upjicr and
The Ran -Franc! co ' Chronicle in I lower Malheur, and Harney valley,
shaking of the admission of AYaBhing- i A fine country as large as the Umati!
ton territory and Dakota as states savsf ,a and N alla Wal'a countries together,
"The whole west fel-Ls strongly on tins j alld equally as good for soil and cli
Mibject, recognizing the right of 71.-0,-! mate. wlll.be opened up. As yet but
people to be given the right of gov- j httle land in these valleys, campara-
themselves, and it will be a
,-ostly victory for the democratic partv j eommg in rapi.ny. it is estimated by
ifitsueeee.l3in thwarting tiie wishes ! Congressman llei-mann, who vi-itec!
of the greater part of the nation, and the Malheur this last summer, that
in carrving the matter of admission j --50 familks came in between March
of Dakota and Washington over an-: and October. The general elevation of
other session of congress." I the country is below 3000 feet, about th
: sam; as the Giinde Itonde valley and
Plucky, j much lower than the valley of Powder
j river. Here is an almost new field f r
Fred. Grant's old friends at the Chi- j immigrants. The land is level and
eago club are watching his political as-' rolling, finely situated for eitlier agri
jirants with considerable interest. He! cultural or stock rai.-i:ig, and ia to be
was a favorite in a- large cirele when j had for. the taking. The railroad,
stationed here upon General Sheri-j which will be completed through the
"dan's staff. An incident in Fred. ! vallevs alove net later than a vpnr
Grant's early career illustrates his pos-
ion of the tenacious courage that i nd tr " '
characterized his father. While a ca-
det at West Point a fellow-cadet spoke Scxw Saww.vs. Among the rough
slightingly of General Grant. Young i est places in Oregon are said to be the
Fred, immediately pitched into him, j scow saloon of Yaouina Citv. The
but was whipped. He at once went j
into training, and in awuple of weeks j
challenged his late victor to another 1
fight. He was again badly beaten so
KC-rtously, in fact, that he had to be car- j
ried off" the ground and was laid up for I
several days. He again went into j
training and a third time met the elan-
derer of his ftdher, and this tirue prov-
td the -ietor. He beat- his antagonist
so terribly that he vas confined to the
hospital for three wreeks.
Senator Sumriter's Sense of Duty.
About the time of the firing on Sum
ter, a naval officer, a South Carolinian
by ' birth and education, but had a
warm wt-hetie friendship for Sumner.
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came to mm one aay in great emoar
rnsmcnt. "What shall I do," he asked, "if my
tiliip is ordered to the Bjuth to coerce
my own people?"
commission, sir," was
the answer. -
'But suppose my ship is ordered to j
Charleston?" ' ;
"Read your commission, sir." j
"But suppose she ranges her broad-
sides against the city of my birth?"
"Read your commission, sir" was
again the answer.
"But, Senator, what if I am ordered
to tire 011 my father's plantation?'-'
"Read your commission, sir," again
thundered, the Senator.
This oIeer who is still living, did !
tot leave his fiey hut n never pla- '
cod in the terrible emharrusmcut he 1
pictured lor iiiniseir. s,jr.
TV. AtHL US' I: X A M I A TI OX.
' Notice is here!
jreby given that the rcfru-;
uarterly examination of j
ir public tjuu
s hers v. ill be held at the court hone
Albiuiy, Einn county, Oregon, coni
iniiirat n.mii ci Wedncsituy, No-
1 er 1 7. AH t h ise di-Mri ng to
.: inatloii w ill plcu-e takenotice
t I' fil'CS. llt lit lliC lxiiiiiiiiiig.
!, X. . I'.; JJ'. Co. Scli. iiit.
rrureeritnga of Noicinhfr Iprra, tSSS?
IV.! i of Wm. Dillry, witness, $.1
i disallowed, also f J. W, Williamson.
Sii-ritra few, $11.20.
! IV'.l of F. M. Miller, Atty's fees, eon
li'ined. , I toad ordered established sis prayed
: fsr by J. M. llasler and others.
Seholarvhips in trrieulUiml College
at I urvulUr Riauted to Benjamin UU
limrand Marion Needliam. Also one
ran tet Mary K. lrtvr ut State Uni
versity at Eugviie City.
Fees inquest Jus. 'Minor continued.
F. H. Morehuut appointed Constable
in Lebanon preelnet. "
Fees State vs. Ilopp continued; also
State vs. Crab; also JStute vs. Case; also
mutter reduction of taxes of 1). M.fe
T. I. Co.
In matter application of T. Croft nd
others for county road, Henry Cyrus,
V. A. Paul and Wm. H. Young ap
in matter ot application ot sa a
"u" m others for county road, II.
11. Kirk, Thos. Bnuinon and A ,Max-
H ' . vlewcnj
fws state Act. Wm. Fox continued
Ordered that Mehama. bridge be ac
Ordered that Judges and Clerks of
j elections lw allowed one day and 10c.
, Fccsof ixmatv Cmirt offlcrrs allowed afcw.
' mus iiumm
John & Stone, rorirtirinir brMtio htxs
ste'irurl njoft-haa"liV.V3..' "sw
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iMn K. Ki-.M li. 1
II. ttrvaiit Sts ooti 20 Ort
Iler.ry TvKt, huulins 5 o.nt!s v.kh1 3 S
N. H. Aiion A niiW Kiuwns '. 2 75
f I-ui itir lirMjre t o 7M)
iJ- V- Tr";"W. M h1i.mhri.iiio i
Ira-.n .t Whitney. j.nuunK Stm
; John Sehmcr. Kverv - ion)
j f-Z: w $
! '' " bmMimt hn.im- 571 17
K T. T. l ishtT, Snnvvor's fvvv S2 SO
J. I'.'tiaii.mith.ti.rk V ikcs...'.VIJ:nnt m
s- nnth. Mier;rt s fw . M I
i. v. S. KoM. salary Oct. - -
rees state vs. II, reran
Fees state vs. Mowm
F-e State vs. tMX-y
IVtcr IJnnie. keei)iiiir Mrs. f'lark
kwhh ijime. nvise Ait-rt iia-si.
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t .m;!, jnrytnan ;
a Jns & tnvh. Men tumiiy
, E. J. Dnlv, l;i!!ty Sheriff..
r B. Svnuk. Inmtter
-Va!c r'?.n'1!- lmlH.-r.
STltes A NuT?in" rum
W. A. FiTawaivr. VeoTir.e Fitrwaier
n 00 j
j VVm.Hawk, wild animal .-call" .
uvt ionsi:i.s M insen"tamtiy..
iwiis. Keeping iins. r.3ieyTO.
s. 11. Alien & o. md
Mrs. iioaek. keepms QwU-v..... ,
l I he people ot this place are all hap-!
! py that ib meet all. There is few who :
1 voted "o" on the Stu that I don't
i ,think fwl "PP.v us "Yes" voters,
;l)ut since the election they excuse
tt n to their own business, we would
la"e voted for,t.he amt',,,lJ,?nt-" Tins
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: and the men that mnke it, call them-
i Th k -Covrsk op the O. l A letter
tivel 53 occupied, but settlers are
from this time, will bring middle Ore-
following is from the W.-, "Another'
disgraceful and murderous assault '-!
curred Wednesday, as reported to us,!
at one of the scows that lay moored'
along the banks of tiie bay south of the
O. P. Depot. As the ftory goof, a man j
who had but recently arrived here and '
who had purchased a ticket for .San
Francisco, was inticed on to one c,f
these scows when the lights were
blown out and an attack made upon
him. The man succeeded in escaping
to the shore, when he was followed
and beaten over the head with a ham
mer and robbed of ticket and money.
If this is a true statement, we suggest
that it is high time for our citizens to
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nuwi iKraeei.ii uira.'S."
Remkxbkkkd by Fatiikk Wii.bt:r.
The will of the late Father Wilbur
bequeaths $10,0(10 to the missionary
society, $10,000 to the church extension j
fund, $10,000 to the Freeman's aid s-j
; ciety, and property valued at $1S,000 to
the Willamette University. The ba'-j
ance ot the estate, some $70:X), isdif -j
tributed in private legacies and minor !
charities. The executors named in the
will are tien. W . H. O'Dell, of S1em,
i and Rev. S. M. Driver, of Walla Wa -
; Total Vote. The following was j
j the total vote in some of the cities of j
j Oregon at the late election and may j
! have some bearing on their population, j
.though in each case the suburbs make j
lt uncertain: East Portland was 1,000; !
Baker City, oO'J; Astoria, 1,022; Rose-
iburtf, WIS; Jacksonville, 2S7; Eugene j
'City, 820; Albany, 828; Salem. 1,30S; !
Iic.pner, 337; Union-. 2:'fJ; The Dalles
8bl; Iliilsboro, McMinnville, CS0;l
l'endleton, 837. ;
On the Way.
Andrews tfc IIackle1ua.11 have on (he
ity another Lirtre lt of thoc ct lebrat
i V. li Douglas .?-!.) shoes; alrf t lie
YV. I. D. fr4.()-. hiuid-scwed shoe which
f eoual to any ordinary sii.oo sh'.e ill
Mm: liit'.i kct.
' Immiu ration Mattkhk. The tal
hoard of immigration contiiuies to
keen oih ii doors, notwithstanding it
t hast been imported closed several times.
I t had ' ftOUO visitors during October.
The Secretary says: "A glance at the
tickets Issued by the tvoard will jrive
an index of the locations cho.-cn by the
new-comers. Of ninety-two one way
tickets issued twenty-three were for
Ashland, twelve for Medford, six for
Rosobursr, one for Lebanon, four for
Tangent, seventeen for Grant's Pass,
two for Alniaden, nine for Albany,
seven for Turner, two for Drain, two
for Merlin, two for Dallas, five for
Sheridan. Distributed by comities as
follojvs: Jackson, thirty-five; Jose
phine, twenty-one; Douglas, eight;
Linn, fourteen; Marion, seven; Polk,
two; Yamhill, five."
Met tliat cold of yours run on. You
think it is a light thing. But it may
run into catarrh. Or into pneumonia.
Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia
is danarerous. Consumption is death
The breathing a pa rat it most lx kept
healthy and clear of all obstructions
and offensive matter. Otherwise there
is trouble ahead.
All these diseases of these parts,
head, nose, throat, bronchial tuU and
lunsjs, can -lie delightfully and entirely
cured by the use of Bosehce's Oerman
Syrup. If you don't know this al-
ready, thousands and thousand of
people can ten you. lney nave ihvii
cured by it, and "know how it is them
selves." Bottle only 73 cents. Ask
Vitality and color are restored to
weak and gray hair, by the use of
Aver s Hair igor. 'Ihrough its
cleansing and hetiling quahtiex, it pre-
Veil W tiie aCCUniUlolloil ot tlUlHUUIt
ami f-i'ris nil scalv tliseasf'W.
Parties imlebted to F. If. Itoseoe &
Co.. are reoitested to cstll ami -settle
their accounts at once and save cost.
Parties indebted to Churchill Jt Mon-
teith will please call in and settle tip
account!). We. must have money to do
m ' -
Xo woman tun In? contented ond
happy if her skin is covered with pirn-
pier) aim otoicnes. 1 neso iiisnguring
eruptions are easily removed by trie
use of Ayer's Sarsaparilia. This medi
cine is perfectly safe to take, and is a
thoroughly reliable blood purifier. -
Mother Cary's tJumtree Cough Sj-r-up
thus rwi sicken the stomach, or
bind the IkiwcIs, safe for a child or an
adult, and will lie found the best mvi-
Jarationfora Coutrh. Cold. Bronchitis. 1
vv hooping t ougn or Croup ami any
"' h u map..
J. A. Beard, agnt for Lebanon.
Salt salmon, at Keebler & Robeits'.
Moore' Hair Invifarator.
This excellent in'iartttion for the
hair, may be found on sale at the fol-
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rtarr !t Stanard, O..-Osliom and M. j
Jackson. Brownsville; F. A. Watts, I
Khedd; C. Gray, HaLsey. Sample IjOt-
ties free. Call and get "one. t
Notice. . j
rnrties Indebted to F. H. Boi-oe i
Co., are requeted to call and settle
tneir acci.unts at once ani sjtve cttst.
Parties indcl ted t Churchill & Mon-j
teitu will plea? call in and settle up j
accounts. e inri nave nicney to io
Good npjili-s, oO cents jx;r bushel, r.t
Farmers read the f.dvertiscnient nf. i
Ii;i!toii Cox, The people' Grocer, aod ;
Cream Tvhcnt u delicious breakfast
di.sh, at Kee'oler & Roberts.
Tiiere is nothing so valuable for
throjit and Inn? trouhics, and that can
ut" intveii milii'jui hii-v iii;iiiv ii i:ic
ia "lotlic Cary a Gunttirc
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sav so too.
J. A. Heard, asent for 1a-Ik 11011
(LOAKSi (LOAIWI CLOAKSt j
We will wll our entire ptock oft
Cloaks and Jackets AT COST for the '
next Thikty Days jmrtyt mvdinr$
anything in this line can save money j
by calling on us. j
Thompson & ater.
Insure your property in a home com
pany tiie Northwest Fire and Marine.
Iusurani-e conitianv, of Portland Ore
A. IX. Cyrus, agent, Lebanon Cr.
Everylxxly should ivad
tisemont of l.i!ston Cox;
We will vy six cents jvr pound for J
pork on accounts and in exchange for i
merehan isc. All gK'.s at casii price, j
Pork received on Tmdsys and Thurs-'
days. Thominox A'Watkks.-
Brownsville, Or. j
The First Sign
Of failing health, whether in the form of
Kight Sweats and Nervousness, or in a
sense of General Weariness and Loss of
Appetite, should suggest the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilia. This preparation
fa most effective for gtving tone and
strength to the enfeebled system, pro
moting the digestion and assimilation ot
. food, restoring the nervous forces to
their normal condition, and for purify
ing, enriching, and vitalizing the blood.
Ten years ago my health began to fail.
1 was troubled with a distressing Cough-,
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
ness. I tried various remedies pre
scribed by different physicians, but
became so weak that I conld not go up
stairs without stopping to rest. My
friends recommended nie to try Ayer's
Sarsaparilia, which I did, and 1 am now
as healthy and strong as ever. Mrs.
E. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilia, In my
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is
taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly
eradicate this terrible disease. I have
also prescribed it as a tonic, as well as an
alterative, and must say that I honestly
believe it to be the best blood medicine
ever compounded. W. F. Fowler, M. IX,
D. D. S., Greenville, Tenn.
Dyspepsia Cured. ,
It wonld be impossible for me to de
scribe what I Buttered from Indigestion
and Headache up to the time I began
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilia, I was under
the care of various physicians, and tried
a great many kinds of medicines, but
never obtained more than temporary re
lief. After taking Ayer's Sarsaparilia
for a short timo, my headache disap
peared, and my stomach performed its
duties more perfectly. To-day my
health is completely restored. Jlary
Ilarley, Sprmglield, Mass.
I have been greatly benefited by th
prompt use of Ayer's Sarsaparilia. lt
tones and invigorates the system, regu
lates the action of the digestive and
assimilative organs, and vitalizes tba
blood. It is, without doubt, the most
reliable blood purifier yet discovered.
If. D. Johnson, 3&3 Atlantic avenue,
Brooklyn, N, V. - ft
rrcp.-ircd ty Ir. J. C. Aycr & Co.. Lowell, Miss.
Frice 61 six bottles, 85,
Cliurchilt & Mnnteith's Col.
An Ancient Wise Man
owe mill, "there 1m nothing new under the iron."
Hut In n njre of pmsre-slou like this, tlicnwertion
Is, to ei-rtiiin (Vkiw, erroneous. There are new
mcthi of rtoinjr tmsines. and wo hnvc taken
ndrantnpre of it In sttch n hnpe that our competi
tors are foreinl tOH( knoHle!;o wiHiin them'lve
tlint we ."H'll at(inl.vhiitly low. But m ther uttompt
to btriixt the tide of public wntiineut that rolls up
in our favor, they weasionlj- venture forth, like
the ol-chiK k, but, sccinjr tlK-ir phowtly shad-
ilouti in the nn llpht of tir enturpri' Khrink
tan k within their eoverinj?, Mt'minjr aftnid to i
rompetc with s In our line of ikxkIs. We have !
always and will continue to pive Hie value of
one hundred cciils for one dolhir.
Boots and Shoes.
We are le ats.'nt for Porter Slessinser' douMe
back kip boot We ld (Irteen case of these
boots la-t winter, ami pnijMw; to M.-1I thirty this J
year. They have no equal In this market: we
ill Ixirk thl assertion by our prenjrth, t liurchill
weiRhs aw 11k and Motttcilb lt l'w. We are no
feal her weights in the sencral niercluintie ttisi
nessi lu Lebanon, we are heavj-; 4inr xtock is
heavy; out sales are heavy: so are our mc-a-jire.
nn J toe lifrht thins In the business is the prutHs.
nder this heed we have several addition this
at, prominent amons whi-h i-s oir gtain leath
er iHfcot, a?mI our double back bortl, alst a, laryre
stock hi transit. Wc are still selling the celebra
ted James Mean's $'.. Ioi.
fjk yocr ntanw fnr tb Orlilnal $3 BhM.
lip ware ot imitation.
KneC3emlne !! brarlathUtaB
lltadela Huttnn,eorrrrw tt.
litMt Coif SHn. rnexee!)l In
Jrofctiilf,OffnArt o Ap
pearance A postal card ent
Bit wtu oriaK you .. i mm-
- -3v laaii3t.-eor Territory.
This hc star.dl Mtrtwr in
the ttJ-it1oin of
wrarm than.ao otlwr In the world. IooomimU
ntoeuu wuiteijyou ucrcascaufoa atUjjfc
phum when he U equiinI with, unit of mr il
nMt tlle n,vn on nMT,MA wrk ,, ,hoT must
j havc !lu. Ust. TlWy BTV liVt. lhc of the
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Our slin k of clotliiiin Is nil tlml run lie drums!.
Yon hnvc mi vii.llcs vnriuty fViim which to make
si'lucliun. M c ctm Mirvly 'Uh.' you.
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Andrews & 1 lacklemn n"s Col.
as nice a stock of Goods as can
be found in this part of Linn
county, is to be seen at An
drews tfc llackleman's store
embracing nearly all lines of
person can expect to have fair
Stuart) treatment in dealing
with them. Some people are
hard to suit, but we have n
trouble. in felling, to everyone
who conies to our store. A la-
dv, gentleman, bov or
I tan fiml just what they want
: in each case, front a pair
i W. L. Douglas shoos, to a nice
lline of handkerchiefs, hosiery,
and without question the finest
line of ribbons in the , city.
l'lease note the coltfrs we car
ry in plain, picot and crown
edge: Cream, cream white,
light-blue, navy, ox blood, sap- j
phire, robbin s egg, nile-green,
orange, scarlet, royle. "NVe al
so call attention to those all
wool Cashmeres in colors and
black, which Ave are selling at
00 cts. per yard, Actual Cost.
We want our money out of
them and buy something
cheaper. This is an excellent
chalice to get yourself a fall
dress at a very low price.
Now to the gentlemen of
and vicinity: You will want
a good pair of boots of honest
stock, that -will stand the Ore
gon mud. Come in and pur
chase a pair of. .Buckingham
& Ilccht's Hercules, a new
boot we have added to our
stock this fall. You can got
no better, for there is no bet
ter to get.
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C. B. ROLAND & Co
Hew Store, Hew Goods,
Hals, Caps1, Boots, Shoes, Choice
Selections In Fancy Summer .Neck
Veur, Silk Underwear, Baliiriggan
Underwear, Fish, Clark & FJugg's
Tiie very Bct make of Hand Sewed
Shoes, und the very Latest Styles
in Mens' Boys' anil Youths' Cloth
ing. All the Celebrated makes of
HATS IN EVERY STYLE.
OV Jt fiTOCK CONSISTS OF
Bright New Fresh Goods,
And as honest, fair and Wjuare
dealing Is our motto, we ak the
public to call and get prices.
C. B. Roland & Co.,
One door West Revere house, Albany.
Iii answer to numerous -letters from jiersons wishing to
order goods from us, but who are unable to spare the time
to tome to our store, we make the following liberal ofier:
On all orders of 25.00 and upwards, we will lay goods
down at Jx-bitnon
Free of all Freight Charges.
Persons who do not wish to order goods to this amount
can get their friends to order with them, and thus secure
their goods at LOW Ell FIGURES THAN EVER BE
How to Order.
Write plainly a list of such articles as you require and
semi to us, and we will send you per returni mail a bill
with the price of each article, then if 3011 conclude to order,
return bill to us accompanied bv postal order,' Wells, Fanro
it Co's.f money order, or Registered letter, and the goods!
will be shipped at once. i
Wo- guarantee every article sold to Ik? strictly as repre
sented in quality ami weight, anil any article upon examin
ation failing to come up to our guarantee may Ik? return
ed at our exense.and money cheerfully refunded.
If vou want to HAVE MONEY. -If
you want the BEST GOOD?.
If you want FULL VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR,
The Peoples Grocer, Corvallis, Oregon.
fSg-Ijetters of Inquiry Promptly Answered. Goods Shipped
. . to any Point lfcf.ired.jS.s3
J. A. BEARD,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- akd-:- Medicines
-3d2iamts, Oils and Glass.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED
Main A'litet, Lebanon, Oregon, .
N E W : STORE I
Fresh Goods! Low Prices!
KEEBLER & ROBERTS, Prop'rs.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED OUT A COMPLETE. LINE OF
Tbaccos mid Cigars,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, Etc.,
--"Which we offer to the People of Lebanon and vicinity at the
Lowest Living Rates for Cash, Hides Furs, and
all kinds of Farm Produce,
p O 3X ' A1VD ; '. X3 IS XJ JS.
Kee;bler & Roberts, Lebanon, Or.1
Yon -:- Certainly
THIS FALL XXD WINTER.
Why don't you go to BLAIX, the
Leader in Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES,
From Eastern Factories.
Nobby Patterns k Styles, Cheap.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We arc confident of Pleasing yon. All
we as-k in the opportunity of
Through our Stock.
WE ALSO KEEP IX STOCK
The Celebrate! BromsYills Goods.
L. E. BLAIN,
Leading Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
SAMUEL E. YOUNG,
Boots and Shoes.
THE UBGEST STOCK 13 THE CUT.
Bought Exclusively for
Cash from the Manufac
Every Pair Warranted.
For Ladies, Misses fi (Mirea,
FIRST STItEET, ALBANY, On.
JOHNSON & SHELTON.
Dry Goods, Groceries
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps
And an Endless Variety of
Horse Shoeing a Specfaiiiy
R. C. Watkins,
SWEET HOME, - - OREGON.
REpairing of AH Kinds at Rea
Shoeing all around, new fLoe?, $1.7-5.
Having located to stay I ask a share of
the publie patronage.
It. CC AVATKINS.
I. F. CONN,
Contractor, Carpenter and
Plans Si, Specifications
CM SHORT NOTICE
All Kinds of Carpenter 'Work Done nii
-. Satisfaction Guainteed.
Prices Very Reasonable:
ALBAXY LEBANON. dV.Wy.
220 Miles Shorter!
20 Hours Less Time!
Accommodations Unsurpassed for Com
: fort and Safety.
Fats ami Frriirt! tia. Tiu:na rnA th Onyn
I any cahrr jhiic bt-tw-tn H poi:its iu Vi;ii:Diot.
, Hist-v apt! -an i r i. ii.
DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS,
Lfavt- Yaqnina 3u jr. Leave A!?an-r Ifo r. w.
Leave fis-vallis Wis a. . "cirv.-ilii-. l -7 r.
Arrire Albany 1J:1." A. Jt. Arm c Ya.jtiiiia ;:." a.m.
O. & V. Trtiiir -ouiect at Alliny and CrvitHi.
Utncral Maiisger. Adiiig .i. F. A P. Act.
Oregon Development Co.
FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP LINE
VAQUINA & SAN FRANCISCO
Cojiueolinyat Ys- jinnrt with tf-e Tniins of
Orinjoa Pat-iiic Ksilr-I i imijiany.
Eastern Oresi. Tnosilay ,Oei-r II: Yan'rir.4
City. Saturday dvljer l-; W itLMHHTte Vj'iikv,
Thur.-ly tvtt!er at Eastern on-anii. Ti--uty
OctobtT-25: Yaqiiina lily, Monday lHMoir Kl.
' " ritOM YAill ISA.
WiltnmeCtp Valley. Thsrsttay .-!oicr IS; Fw
ernlUvson, TiieMiay Vtc!r is: Ynti!ita l iiv,
Salnnlay lK-il'r ii: Wiilsiaorre Valli-y. Timrxlav
x-tr-er J7: Eassem frrcgon. TtK-xiny Nuvemuvr :
Yauina llty, .Sunday Norahfi 6.
T!i? Pfimpunr reserves the ri:ht toi-hangc sl-sai-ers
or silivs; ftsiK'. .
H. TOBY, Trt?n. r. & P. At-mt,
3CI Xkntsmery st-, San KrxrH-isro. IrL
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R.
The Ml Shasta Route.
Close ermnoctionn made at A.4il:tikl with ai
of the I'alifornia, Oregon & idaliu siae I'wiujjtuiy.
Only 1 :i T lit-- of 9-itnsrtnpr.
Time tt ween Albany and Pan Fraiieseo. ; Ikwits.
California Express Trains Daily.
4P. Ijcave Ponland
"sftr. M.: Iave - AIVany
S::a. n.i Arrive Ash'mmt
Arrlvf HVW a. m.
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except) Sunday
KflOA. m.! Ieave eon Uini
1J:imi.; I'e Alhanv '
2:40 p. yt.: Arriv Euerw
Arrive 3:4-, p. M.
lx-ave II .. x.
lave ( a. it
Local PuiMfifar Trains Dally (except) Sunday
S:lo P. M.j Leave Al&ny Arffve MS'iyiil
S:V p . Arrive J-ti)i.n hwe i a. .
2:-"r. Jl.t I-ave AHuihv A-nve:i.." p. nv.
l::jp,ro. Arme l.ehoTmn IeB-e;J.ii p. m.
Pullrnan Buffet Sfeepers.
Daily between Portland and Ashlaud, S?isti-ous
and oii Francisco.
EMIGIiANT SLEEFIXa CARS
Between Portland and AstiUnd, S'iskiyuu's
jnd San Kram'ixu,
FREE OF CHARGE.
The O. C; R. R. Ferry mate-? e.ir'!e,-t(i,n
all the resulju- trail us on tiut Kast skSc lnv. frotu
toot of F. street.
West Sid Divisicrt.
PORT LAN FandCORVALLLS,
Mall Train Daily (except) Sunday,
T .'J a. m. Leave
1 .:" !. i.-i.' Arrive
Express Train Dally texcepti Sundav.
4: '(. in. Iav IVwtlniKj r iv- j ii a. Vii
At Xl;! IV !(Cl CriT- f
; , e, Rt.KRA' ' -."
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