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The Lebanon Express.
FRIDAY, MAY 11, Ishh. "
'Klrtpatrick 4 BaglcrV Editors.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
JOHN M. (iKAHIX, Multnomah.
For Supreme Judge,
JOHN lUHtNETT, lWntott.
W. Jt. KFFlNtiRIt, Multnomah,
W. It. IHLYF.r, Linn,
E. 11. SKIPWOIITH, Umatilla.
ItF.O. W. BELT, Marlon.
UMlUUriAilb bUUH I 1 11 AM f
H. V. M I LLKH, Lebanon,
J. U. H. MOKELOCK, HrownsvlUe
J. J. WHITNKY, Allmny.
It. W. COOFKIt, Center
11. W. PHILLIP?, Stlo. '
K. E. MONTAtlUIi, lAlwnon,
K. R. DAVIS, HarrUburjr.
JOHN SM A U.MAN, Selo.
. For Twasnrer,
II. FARWKLL, Syracuse.
'. R. MO.S, Rrush Cnvk.
For School Superintendent,
1. M. 1'UHL, Selo.
J FURY SIIFA, Sweet Home.
-l-f THE ElUTOUS ! THE I.E11ANOX
Measr. K1RKPAUICK & RFGLKR,
l-btinon Oregon, May 4, 1SS8.
AVitEttKA the Lebanon Fathers, has ginning of our ISovernment, and would
in the past been conducted as a neutral be witli us to Its elosis He w ho ndvo
paper on the polltleal issues that divide rated the present tariff favxrnl a tariff
the two ..rent parties of the eountry, j not for revenue, not for protect .on
and u'am that Hue has reret veil a cor- j merely, lut a tariff for surplus and a
dlalsuppoii I.imi all irrespective of ',
jmrty, sud i
Whkickap, f. It iveent issue. It j
beads its lculing eolmnn with the j
iKmoeratie State and County ticket, S
nd leaves out the liopuMiean and j
Stion tickets: then fore we the
. H-d sul serilars demand that
Jthe tickets of all parlies appear 1
paptr, or that It no longer nn
.e guise of a neutral paper, sdvo
he oaiie, or rvnder aid to either
II. F. Parrish,
J. O. Roland,
V. R. Ponaoa,
C. M. Tallott.
M. J. Monteith,
J. W. llrown,
i. T. Cotton,
R. It. Humphrey,
A. R. Cyrus,
J. A. RoU'rts.
T. C- roebk-r,
A. H. lVfc-rson,
We are In receipt of the above letter
,, r,-, ,
whlen we publish entire. There Is a
misoppn hensTon on the part of the
t-ignere of this letter, that we trust will
a removed w hen the fa::5 in the cite
are made known.
In our salutatory we stated that we
wre running this paper for "meat and j , t,,nl ,ight 1 ,lo lo, ,Kltat( to My j
bread," aud that all favors granted to i ithat I spouse the cause of the I
any iiartk must la' paid for. The j twk, and defy the world the lleeh, j
. i.i .1...! and the devil." !
neitjeraiic toiiioi uv- iihivi nr mr '
simiw tlteir tieket ceeupics, rt'Ll.
i-kick. It was an oversight in us last
week not to have made this statement.
These eolunis are just as free to the ; Cnltel States, attd he declared that
republicans es any one, provided thev j thc VUn Biml?e question presented to
, , . t the House was: "Will we continue to
pay for it. If the gentlemen who sigu- hoanl up a wniptll)t BUrphH or wi
ed tlte above iapor are as loyal to the , w e jcave it in tho x.et of the a-ople,
r'publief n party as they are critioal or j where it justly belongs?"
U, they w ill "prove their faith by j Protection was the keynote of Hopre
their works," bv paving for an c.ual "tative Uurrows speeih, hieh pave
A, . great satisfaction to his republican
pace m the same column at identical! f. . lT ., . ... ,
j friends. He said our taritl txlay is
the same price. Our friends are mis- j eonfcsHlly protective in that it is levi
taken In stating that we claimed to be j ed, not for revenue only, but to eneour
neutral. We never so stated; we each i tfe American industry, and to protect
have our Individual prcforenc, and ! American l.tbt.r. He cl.aa.tl with an
are independent to sjieak freely, with ;
partiality for none and justk. to all.
AVe "arc umlcr no neutral guise," as :
you call It gentlemen, but are working i
frn honest living, and are doing our j
ltt to bnild nn the material interest
f Linn county, and advance the indi- i
vidual prcspcrity of our customers.
r - j
VnfcdlcctrrVr emergencies are the
t tct-ts of character. A man's
jvlf comes to thc front in a mo
of surprise. Nothing so reveals
diaraeter of our inward strength
c coming of some sudden, crush-
rls, such tis defeat, disappoint-;
rr disaster. It is the truest wis-
(n nrnn.m fp .m.l onx.rmo-x.iiMi
iv 1 'i . j '. a . . v ' . c v . . i. ... .....v. -J -
ir preparation and read in ess to
such times of trial depend un
. . -
cnarr.e.r 01 111c worK we arc uoing
hen tluro is no such emergency up-
.n us. The prcvi. hs life and eonduet
: if man determine the character of
his deportment in the hour of tempta -
tion. lleservc force accumulates
through the faithful discharge of dailv
' ., , , , . ,
.duty. The blacksmith is busy with
his daily tasks, repairing or making
-;i he articles that projierly belong to h.a
line of business. But if he does his
f . , , .
. work faithfully, each hour of toil wid
"skiil in the bndii which are his
tit ion for some higher position
" tcr work.
, living a tjui'-t life of love, trust
k'diencc, are we armed antt
for thc sudden surjri.scs of
y of faithful service will
fas of reserve force which
ower of stremrth in fut-
- : a-
tcccsBfuriy nist a temp- j n,c spring, hundreds of persons
e a trial, bear a cross, or j sufier from bt.ilsv carbuncles, and other
rfal in tlK-KCservfces which crupiive diseases These are evidences
" lat-witlKmt soi- ' . ' ',vt - trying to purge its
. . . - ' jidthatit netMis the
Ointual strength ,h js f,ffered by the
ere force In tin; parilla.
're grny hair on
w care tc "
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fciillerlca of tho House of U -iin-sonta- j
thos hear these dnys, and what they i
will continue to lur for the next two
mouth. Debate on the tarlfVblll whs
resumed on Tuesday lust, ami tho nul-j
lories vre almost uh much crowded on
that day, an on the day C'lnihmnn
Mills opened the contest.
Hnrprlso haa wtn expressed that the
ladles, who froipient the gnllerlc In
large number, mIioiiIi! take so much
liitervnt In a subject that naturally
must 1h dull to them, but they, like
everybody else seems to realize that
the work of the session has begun, ami
that the ground work of the next
Presidential campaign Is being lalil.
After much disagreement In regard
to the length of time the tariM debau-
shall lie allowed to continue, the Hons'
Ways ami Means Committee- it ir reed to
limit the general disco-.ion to twenty
days. In all, exclusive of n sbt ms-.ion !
of which there will be nlnrnt thret j
a week. Four of the twenty days have ! J.
already lavtt oonaumed, leaving ntxiut
two weeks more tor tariff eUxinem-e.
This gives sutllelcnt opportunity fort
full and free dlseulon of the subject,
and both parties are satisfied with tin?
tioio allotted. There to 1m 1111 eoiinl
ilivlsloii of I tloii tiwi twtu'i',ii lli;lbls
democratic and republican ajMakeis.
Among those who have made ttpeeelt
ea on the tariff bill this w-k, are Itep-
ritH'iitatlves MeMillen of Tennessee,
Ilumiws, of Miehlgstu, Rynunt am
Urow no of Iudlann, lliinphill, of South
Candina, rtd iKa-kery, of Missouri.
Mestrs. McMlllon and Rurrows upoke
for over two hours each, the former
presenting the deiniwrntle able of the
ease, and the latter championing the i
cause- of protection.
The Tennessee Congressman's man
ner f delivery Is not the most pleas
ing, but he Is bunoul, and his manner
Is forcible. He opened hlnvtech with ;
the dcflursttioti that next In Import-!
ami' to the question of (a i-sonal liU rty j
was the qvusilou of how and how!
j much the jn-ple shall tie taxed. As it
j pertains to taxation it was no new
question, but was with us in the be-
tariff for trusts. !
Said he: "The internal revenue j
yields, in round numlR'rs, one hun-j
drvd and twenty millions of revenue to j
the Uovcrnment. The annual surplus
Is only about sixty millions; so that Ifj
all the internal revenue laws were iv-J
pealed, it would leave a defieleney In t
our taxes of sixty millions a year, i
What Is this dellcienev to be raif d
front? Shall we reimpose a tax on I .'a j
andeoffeej No. There is not a man;
here w ho "would rt tax cotter to untax j
whisky. Shall we Increase the dutl-s j
on woolen pods, rice or sugar? No, j
for the people would net and should i
I not tolerate such legislation. Then we j
have to select the subjects front w hlch j
we will remove taxes; and in view of :
the fact that we cannot rcjenl the in- j
j ternal revenue system, we have to d-- !
tertninc w hether Ve will reduer the tax
on W"".v r the t.tx on clothing; the
(tax on whiskv or the tax on sugar. ;
J- ,, ,- , ... ., .
1 In other words reduce the tax on that;
! wi,i,out llioh mt.n jive aml j
! tvr, or upon that which is essential to :
j their very comfort and existence, nd j
i lt "arrows Itself down to a tontest la-- j
f ti-.i.il fnA alriniL'nr.l i lt..tj .nil tit., ;
toor man's back. 1
i a ...1 ... w ...
i .Alter analyzing in toil .Mr. .mc.ui- ,
; lin statetl that it would reduce the rev- !
en ties more than SI 2 to every Indi-
vuluul, or jkj to every family in the
appem 10 me new fouiit, oortl OI me
throes of war, but now full of courage
ami hay ier ioiliS for a new ra0tS j
her heavens aglow w ith the break of a '
Ja.v, warning her that the Mills j
tariff bill boded only disaster to her. j
Patents grante;! to citizens of the 1
Pacific states during the pat week,
a,uI rcrtcd expressly for this paper
by C. A. Snow & Co., patent lawyers,
Opp. U. S. patent olticc, Washington,
G. W. Arper, Oakland, Cab, Siphon.
G. Brown, San Francisco, Cal., pro
tecting piles. J. li. Butensehon, Port- '
land, Or, counter scale. J. Hether-'
ington, iiaywaru, c al., trousers or
overalls. K. Hickman, Red Blufl, j
Cab. rllnllilll! Cl-flr. V. Hill.T. S.-in i
T - j -
j Francisco, Cal., heater for muffs. II.
' Palmer, San Francisco, Cal., bottle
. i . : .. t t ' , 1.,.
; i,""s . muus,
1 Stockton, Cal., header and thresher.
H. C. Stiekney, Portland, Or., Truss.
i G. M. St roup, Philomath, Or., stump
I r . " .
nJ Hv," oKl, my, i8 V"S,,"i ii
j Dr. J. l. Court nev I take this method
; of thanking the people of Ivehanon
and vicinity for the kind and liberal
t patronage they have extended to rue
' hJ 'e, v 1 ' ffj, Im j1118 Lc '
My place ot busimss hereafter will le
iu Albany next to the Itevere house
si-e mv old friends and acquaintance.,
Come and see me. M. A. MILLKlt.
Notice to Farmers.
All perscna wishing binder wire will
please call and leave their orders f r
the same on or ta-fore June 1, as
we shall not carry any wire in ttock
except what is ordered.
KXAl'l' 15VKUE1.L & Co.
! Albany, Or.
Dr. Murk Hn.tter, l)iiil-t, Lebanon.
the Children. Tlisv are as.
Coda. CmnrliH. Croup. Whonplnir Coutrh.
etc. Wa guar tit eo Arker's English
Remedy ft posltlvo cure, it saves
iw of antlotts watching. Sold by
j. ,-. iU-.-u-d, Ihuu- -i.
"XfC tv w w Of tlio good things of tbls
VWVVVVV nfd nr sorrowtuHy let
Rlona on arronnt of Pysprpsla. Acker's
pysnepsla Tablets will cur Dyspepsia,
ludlgotttlon nnd Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at S3 sad CO cents, by
.1. A. Heard, Druggist.
W tvWv r c bnt are fretful. psevlsn,
AJVXVJ crnM or troubled with
Wind Colle, Teething I'alns,' or
Stomach Disorder, can ba relieved
n once by using Acker's Ilaby Bootber.
tt contains txo Opium or Morphine,
hence Is snfo. Price 3 cents. Bold by
J. A. llvMld, DlUggint.
5v nro0 o. Wood Elltlr Is tbs only
vv'v'-v' " Hlood Hemedy guaran.
S teed. Itlsapo"UIoeurIort'lceni. Erup.
wh,)Je gyn,, Md baalshea all Itheuraatlo
and Neuralgic pains. W guaranteo it.
A. Heard, DruggW .
Ayer's Sarsapnrilla was the first sue
it-sshd blood nutliciue ever ollered
the public. Tills preparation Is tll!
held in the hiuliest nubile tsttmntloii
I Kith at home and uhrottd. Its miracu
lous cures and Immense sales show
Ask your druggist f r It.
tbonsnnds suffering from Asthma, Con-
sumption, Coughs, etc. iia you ctcc iry
Acker"a Kngl!.-ih lteniedyt It Is tlio beat
preparation known ror all l.ung j roubles,
eol-.i on a xviitivo guarauteo at 10c, COc
J. A. l e. rd, DrIi;ist.
May be increased, tha DlgtistfTe organ
strengibened. and the bowel regulated,
fcy taking Ayer'a Tilla. Thasa Ptlla ara
purely vegutable In their couipoaition.
They eoutaln neither calomel nor any
other dangerous drg, and may be taken
with perfect safety by persons of all ages.
I was a great sufferer from Dyspepsia
and Constipation. I bad no appetite,
and was constantly atlllctel with lleatt-m-he
anl Hi; zlnras. I t-onmilteU our
family tloctor, wlio presfrilwil fur ine, at
various timus. without aitoriliiut more
than temporary relief. 1 finally com
menced taking 'Ayer'a Pill. In a short
time my digestion and appetite
my bowels were reflated, nnd. by the
time 1 finished tw boxes ot these Illla
iny tendency to. hea.laches bad Uisa
peared, and t be-ame strong and well.
barius M. Logan. Wilmington, Del.
I was troubled, for orer a year, with
Ixs of Appetite, and tieueral Itebllity.
I emtn.-ui-ed tskinp; Ayer's I'ills, and,
before finishing half a box of this merit
clue, row appetite and strength were re
stored. C. O. Clark, Paubury, Conn.
Ayer's Tills are the best nsadleina
known to tne for regulatin the bowels,
nnd for nil diseiuws caused by a disordered
btornach and Liver. I eullered for over
three years with ll-ala.'he, Indlgeatiun,
and Constipation. I had no appetite, and
waa weak and nervous luostol the time.
three boxes of Ayer'a Tills, and at the
same time dieting myself, 1 waa com
pletely cured. My digestive origins are
now In good order, nnd I am in perfeut
bealtb. P. Lock wood, Topeka, Kans.
Ayer's PilUhax-eliensfitcd mewonder
fnllv. For months 1 suffered from Indi
gestion and Headache, was restless at
night, and had a twd taste in my mouth
every mominz. After takinir one box
of Ayer's mils, all these troubles dis
appeared, my IihI digested well, an.l
mv sleep was refreshing. Henry C.
Ueiutneuway, liock!Hrt, Mass.
I was cvtred of the Tiles tiy the nse of
Aver 's Tills. They not only relieved me
of'that painful disorder, but give me in
creased vior, and rMored my health.
John Lazarus, St. John, N. li. t, tt
rrepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co, Lowell, fctaaa.
Sold by u3 Dixntala and Dealer ta Uedlctua.
Mooir' Italr lnTlotl"r.
This rxeellent pivpnratitm for the
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iinu, niii in; unmn n !- , im- j
'owing pla-s: M. A. Mill 'f, II..non; i
u..-,,..iii. i. i v.,,iu
Kliedd; C. tJrav, lialsev. Sample lst-
tles fiec. Call and ret one.
f For Toilet Use.
Ayer'a Hair Vigor keeps tha hair soft
and pliant, imparts to it the lustre and
frehnvi8 of yxmth, canaea it to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all scalp diseases, and is the most clean
ly of all hair preparations.
AYFR'Q Hair Vigor has given mo
-' perfect aatisfaction. I was
nearly bald for six years, during which
time I used many hair preparations, but
without success. Indeed, what little
hair I had was growing thinner, until
1 tried Ayer's Hair Vigor. I used two
bottles of the Vigor, and my head Is now
well covered with a new growth ot hair.
J uUbou li. tUiapel, Peabody, Mass.
U AID that has become weak. gray.
'"''I and faded, may have new life
aud color restored to it by the nse ot
Ayer'a Hair Vigor. My hair was thla,
faded, and dry, and fell ont in large
fiuantirien. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped
the falling, and restored my hair to its
original color. As a dressing for the
hair, this preparation has no enual.
Mary llamuiond, Stillwater, Minn.
VIRflR yonth, and heantr, in the
vlUUilj appearance of the hair, may
be preserved for an indefinite period by
the use of Ayer's liair Vigor. A tils
ease of the scalp caused my hair to be
come harsh aud dry, and to fall out
freely. Nothing I tried seemed to do
me any pood until I commenced using
Ayer'a liair Vigor. Three bottles of
this preparation restored my hair to a
liealthv condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My scaln is cured, and it
is also free from dandruff. Mrs. . R.
Foss, Milwaukee, Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Sold by DruggLu and rerfumeta.
Perfect Satitt, prompt action, and
wonderful curative properties, easily
place Ayer's Pills at the head of the list
of popular remedies for Sick and Nerv
ous Headaches, Constipation, and all ail
ments originating in a disordered Liver.
I have been a great sufferer from
Headache, and Ayer's Cathartic Pills
are the only medicine that haa ever
given me relief. One dose of these Pills
will quickly move my bowela, and free
mv head from pain. William L. Pace,
Richmond, Va. ti
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., Lowell, Uaaa.
Sold by all Dealer In Medicine.
tuiili'd. find ntl ',I I1,A ' li i 1 .n -..xn l-'.-ii.hii
t rr .(,' 7. i t: H i:s mr otlitv L
llMttt. the I'.s. Ciiei.t tiil't.ie. nud we .-mii .!.
-hi.. l'Ml,,its it. Oith'illiMll tlee r. utiji- ftulil
tr.' '.V..7V..V. s..!ii .f.iinri.. ii: 1 ii7.v ..r
' .-u?in:i.. We atlliM p.-. to ilenl
i- , . n;e nnd e liltik.: iV( ( U.il.lt t
. : .- I I.I IK
tuv. trrnw i.l refer -ee. t
iri.lrll lille.. iMllily
. i lly 1 f I'
c, n. MONTAGiJK's column, I
New Goods, New Goods.
C R. Montague is receiving
this week a large invoieo of
New Goods, h very bod v is
eoruiuuv inviteti to conic in
and inspect them.
Montague hn the largest
and most complete nssoitniei t
of mens bovs ami voutliscotl
ing ever brought to Lobanop.
If you want a cheap uit go to
Montague f. If you want
vou. If vou
tine HttiU Montague's a tht
place to tjo. In fact Monta-.
guo's is tht place to buy cloth
Boots & Shoes.
MontagueV stock of hoots e
shot's for men. bovs. ladies
Misses ami children, in al
grades ami si vies was neve
more complete, n vou neei
anvthing in foot wear go tt
Montague'tt ami you will get
what vott want at the lowest
If you want the cheapest
ami most durable carpetint
made, go to Montague s ami
buy ft raw matting, he ha.
just received an entire new
stock. You will find carpets-
also at .Moittairue s cneap.
Montague has a
ami attractive assortment ot
;nev wall pai,r anil bonier to
1 match. Fix tin vour homes.
make them attractive, it will
cost but a trille if you buy
your atKr at Montagues. I It
has the lartrest varietv of wall
paper ever brought to this
town, ami it will surprise you
to learn how cheap he is sell
ing it. By all means see Mon
tague's new stock of wall pajer
j Summer Dress Goods.
Montague has a great vari
ety of ci inkle seersuckers;
j plain aud fancy seersuckers;
jgingiiams, organlie lawns,
! chambrays, indigo blue jrints
jscriped and tigured, and the
Jbest value in line black dress
i goods, he has ever ollered.
Montague's mammoth store
is the place to buy your goods.
Ho has an immense stock and
an endless variety of every
thing. Pays the highest mar
ket price for all kinds of coun
try produce, and gives as good
value for cash as any store in
OYERLAND TO CALIFORNIA I
OKI'GON&CAUFORNIA U. K.
' Ami t'ommellim
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time belweea Allmny ami Pun Franeivo, a' hoiiin.
Oalirornla Exprst Train Daily.
Wf. M.T fi'iO" " ifrliiimi Arrlve.fo 10 A. M
viKir, N, U'iimi Allmny Ij-uve 7 Ui A, S.
HI a. M. Arvlvo Mia rraeweo Jl:vlS:Jl
Local Paitengae Train Dally (Kcpt) Sunday
S.-iki i.'jj.T fv 'Kwllaisi Arrive:' S-iftp.'S.
M. 4-vm Allmny - ijenvtt 11 a. .
lue. M. Arrive Kiwno l ,,'t".1 M.-
Local Paiangr Train Dally (accept) Sunday
rm i. m.
i.'ni e a.
iavi Allmny Arrlve::l A. M.
Arrlva Ij Iikiuiii l-envr ;51 a. m.
Ij-vo Allmnv Arrlveji :t. m,
Arrive j-lnuui lA'uvei.MN) . n.
mi r. m.
Itil p in ,
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
FXCURSION SI.FFPFRS FOR
Cls-ai lawenina on alt Tlirotujh Trains,
FftEE OF CHARGE
Tl n. A C n. M. Ki-rrr mnlcM ennnwttnn with
ill ihn PKiilur trains ou the t-jwt Alilc I'iv. frutn
in.! f r. Htrvt-t.
Weit Side Dlvlslcn.
PORTLAND and CORVAIXIS
Mall Train Dally (rseapt) fiunday.
7 :ia. niTi I I'oiiimui Arrive 5:1 ftp. tn.
i:Jft p. in.!Art-e t nr!.U l-irre I :m. n.
Eapret Train Dally (oacapt) Sunday.
I Vt p. til. I Ij-nve Puoiati.t Arrie 1 tt mi aTin.
isip, m. I Arrive Mf .Miio lc lave .V4S a, ro.
At Alhsny sml Ctm sllU connect with ttaliui .f
r'K'm lnlln rHnn't.
i -l'iTr mil Ititiinimilon rrKsntlnu nttes, map
ttv. .'tilt oti .NiiuiHiiiy uirent.
II. Mil. Ill Kit, K. f. lUMirUS.
Mittinjrcr U. Y. A I turn. Affenl.
Ill'ltKHAHT t Rtl.YKU, Propr's.
Livery Sale &
Soutlteft.it comer of Main and Sherman
Fine Hugics, Hacks,
Good Reliable Horses-
Joints to Rrownsvllle, Waterbm, Swttt
Home, Selo, and all parts of
111 Kinds il Teaming Done
Burkhart & Bilyeu.
TUB YAQUINA ROUTF.!
OlttXiON l'AtiKIC ItAII.ItOAU
Oregon De?elo?mcnt Co's Steamsalp Lino
32S SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME
limn I. any otlwr Itiute.
'trt I la Tbronah t"aaPH(rr rrlghl
fYlllamette Rl?er Line of Steamers,
TIIK W M. M. lt'.l.- TIIK VX. 11KNTI.Y,"
TIIK "THHKE MSTKHS"
U-ave INMrtlamt S A. M.,
MO.NDWD, WKINfXIAVa AM FlttnAYH
;-V.in M.'r-. HuliiiKti A V tv-k. 2W and 2i4
tnMit stn-.-t. ft I'orvallH ami Interm.-dlate
i.l!Kv liiaktiia elaw r.nii-tki at All
ny aii'l l'vallla ih Train of the
Oil KG ON PACIFIC ItAlLUOAI).
TIME SCHEDULE, tEacapt 8nday:)
I.v. ALS.ttT. p.in.
I.V. t.RVAl l.l!,t:-l. p. 111.
a. Y ml Is . ":' p. m.
I.v. YacIs. :! a. m.
Aa. Ai.masy, 11J.1 a. m.
o C Train connect at AltMiny and Cnrrallla.
DiaalHive Tniiii. connect nt Yaqiilna with the
Ore'" 1 level. iiiuent t'oinimiiy'n l.lne of
Sliunlil Ivetivivn Ya-itilna and
HA I M NO PATKS:
nfrAJiKK. I KnihrsTFTi rKim Yn.iiina.
Wlliametie Valli-y j April I M a y
WHIiiinette Vnll. v May to. I Muy
WllUiiielte Valley Miiy2.:il I May
Tlii f '.impany rewrve the rljjht to chaiifc-e Sail
iiir ilaten itln'ilt inrticc.
t'nwiijn'n fWm IVirtlantl. end all Willamette
Vallcv ii)inl. eun make rlM e.intieetion witli
he Tfu tlio .if the YAgrtSA KofTr at AlUiny w'
'onalli'., nni! if deMlnNt to San francl-co. honld
irrm.T to arrive at Ya.Ulna tho evening bclore
he date of Niillnp.
liiwMiiK-ciiil I-'rclnht Itntew
ALWAYS TIIK LOWIST.
FOU INKOKMATIliN AI'ft.Y TO
r. tt. UASWK1X. ! :. r. HfMscK
Oen l Kr't A: V AB't. Aefp tien'l t. A I. A(j I,
Oregon lievelopiiieiil 'o.,; O. I. It. K. K. Co.,
an Montirmiiery St.. i CorvallK
Pan FrunctKcn, Cnl'a. i Oregon.
W. J. GUY, Proprietor.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Main St. Opposite St. Charles Hotel.
I.KBAXOM. 1 Obwios.
HAY FOR SALE.
Mr. Reynolds has for sale,
at the Cruson place,
10 Tons of Timothy Hay
For particulars, apply to
A. C. Churchill, Lebanon.
- : 1
We have on hand tlu'
ies and Provisions ever B
we oiler to the people of L
- - . v.- V-
LOWEST LIVING 1
A full mid oiinloto lino oi
Hides, Furs and all kinds
W. B. DON AC A & CV ,
Corner Brick Store,. Main Street, LtJjajjpiwLdin County Or.
OREGOMAK RAILWAY COMPAIT.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On and afl.-r Jn. 1, !. and tintlt flirther no-Ih-e
train 111 run daily (xcej4 funday) asfol
o: EAST SIDE.
Col.urn Mall '
t'mra trt- i
t.v If. p. m.'.
An I oo I
e ve. !
7 .l '
land. Ar 8.00 p.m.
I I.v S.t
r t i.iikIu st.
ra-t Mv Junrthm,
t.'. P. 'n!ll:g,
I .WW XI.
) Twin UiittHS,
. 12 i
p w. Aft
i rfl0Wm Tl- k. ti.at taoeettto per a: lie on
, Mn,i,Mlt j,vli, As. n
! Train ith V.nef, YnzUl an.1 r.ipres
ran wwirate from reeteht.
tny. 1 huril ana Saturday.
ComiM-don at RV an.1 Fnlnitarl I-andln
with Sleamer -I'ttv of Salem" for Salem Monday,
ttrrinewlnv. and Vrktav retiintln from Salem
TiH-lav., 'Thinwlavi. and Saturday. ronneetinR
v. Ilh KjjH and WeM S.te jwn;er train. Steam
er itv 1 snlem make transfer Mfn
and Kuliiarti ljin.Hnew daily, Sunday cieeptett.
HAS. N. SO ITT, Keeeiver.
(irneml f ifflre. X. W. t'nmer Flrat and Pine ',
SAMUEL E. YOUNG,
Boots and Shoes.
THE LARGEST STOCK IK THE CITY.
llought Exclusively for
Cash from the Manufac
turers. Every Pair Warranted.
!For Ladies, Misses & Children,
A. SPKCIA LTY. - ,
I-IltST STHKKT, ALBANY, Ok.
Yrou -:- Certainly
- WANT A
NEW. i SUIT
THIS FALL AND WINTER.
Why don't you go to BLA1N, the
iA-ader in Clothing.
! AN IMMENSE STOCK
. IN ALL GRADES,
l Votn Eastern Factories.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
We arc confident of PK . ..
vc iifk is the op .
showln " '
AVK AUSOj-'- - . " . - " L;. -; ,-
Tte Celebrated :
of Country Produce taken
jCj-pCome and see m.
()J I FEEBLER'
Now (ro('py Slort,
LEBANON (Linn county) OBEGON.
Lebanon flour, jer sack,
Albany Hour, jkt sack, l?cd
White beans, 18 lbs,
Best table rice, 15 lbs,
Rest Kastern syrup, 5 gal.
! M " I '
" Mai.le " 1 "
New Orleans niolassc?,
Golden ( sugar, 15 lbs,
Extra " ' 14 "
(Jramilated " 12 M
Bc-t Costa Rica coflee, 0 lbs,
Rest tea, 1 lb can,
avon soap per Ihjx,
Cold water bleach soap,
Corn and gloss starch, 3 papers,
8aleratus, 4 papers,
Soda crackers per box,
Oysters, 2 lb cans, 5 for
Liverpool salt 200 lb ack
" 100 1b "
" 50 lb "
Pickles 5 gal kegs,
Tomatoes, 0 cans for
Tl nbove n i-o lii'os on
my IninieiiNe Mtoek vliltl
Provisions, Crockery, i
burnishing Qr : :.
CAN SAVE YOU 25
srOn Your Mo '-
Oi "TkToin- HXno
' Aor goods.
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