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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1888)
l-rJDAY, JULY '2x, 1SSS,
H. Y. KirHpatrick, Pcblisber.
Bargain List of Real Estate S. "IS SE mS
The act of rwigrcM punishing by n
fine and lmpritxmniriit any jvron
ponding a postal . rani through the
)Kil containing m waring or Insulting
l.-tnguage In now in forct-
Columhla (Arfleige la to lie matte
v t-gra Umte Institution and the un-W-graduat
department la to Ik; abol
ished. The forthcoming "American
imlwrsity" will probably !. In Now
Ten ncrvs veh tilled, la pufllcient to
ptipiort a family; and when this is
demount rt"I uit i fully appreciated the
numl cr t f fitrn III b- doubled and
th- yield will be Increased In nfll prea?
'i r ratio, while mneh i f our abandoned
lands will teem with abundant hai v
vta and thorough culture.
FOIl BALK U V
vV. Jt. CYltFS CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Lkhano-v, Linn- t'or.vrv, Oitt:t;o
Presbyterians wm to lo routing to
the surface In politic. !en. Harrison
I an aetive ruling older in the Presby
terian chureh at Indianapolis and te-f
licves trtmg?y in ferecnVmation, while
there are ntauy people who think that
CVwlaml will le found one of the
elect after the first Tuesday in November.
Lrbmion is a thriving town of nlwitit
IMH) inhabitant, pleasantly situated in
tit midst of the most favorable portion
of Linn, county and also of the Wil
lamette valley. It is the terminus of j
the lA-haiion brunch of the O. & V. It.
11., 1.1 miles front Albany, overlooking
the beautiful Albany prairie, and con
trols the trade of n larjjo section of
country, both prairie and hill land
Mug tributary to it, giving a large va
riety of products. Home of the finest
fruit lands of the valley are near thi
pbvce; ther are also rrent facilities for
manufacturing and stock raising.
It is hut 41 miles t the famous min
eral springs at Sodaville, and (1 miles
to Waterloo, where there is a magnifi
cent water power and also a mineral
spring. Altogether, this is a most de
sirable location for settlers:
eommenv, being crossed by two rail
roadu north and south undone east and
It 1 lerhaiw a fact not generally
known that under an net of the last
Ijegislature, which took eitect at the
IsstJune election, that of the county
tmtufioner8 eletel one ebon Id hold
hi office for two yer rs and one for four
vear. The conimlsloners first elected
after the law went into effect should
cast lota for the long and the short
Look Over This List of Bargains and
Come and Sea Us. We Will Treat
!?l,"u- No. So
' 174 acres, situated 7 miles from Leb
. anon, AO acres under cultivation, all
1 under fence, and plenty living Mater ;
two-story box house and goo;! large
barn: 31 Hen's gtvnl orchard. This is a
jgiXHl stink farm, haxing plenty of good
I outside ran sc.
$",K00. . No. 101.
4l'0 acres of brush land, 1 J mil, from
Sodaxllle, l."0 ncrca In cult i vat Ion , .
acres slashed anil sown to grass; place
all fenced; box house, large barn and
good orchard; water convenient.
1!X acres near rrovideiice school
house, omi'cs front Lebanon, all fenced,
HA nerv In cultivation; box house,
large b.irn, A-acre oiebard.
immigrants, huj- farnn near Leiianon,
1 oca use the soil is good, priced low, lo
cation pleasant and healthful, facilities
for marketing produce unsurpassed,
variety of pr.iduets uueitaled.
From Lebanon, by rail, to Portland,
02 miles: to Albany, 13 miles; to Ya-
tiuiua bay, t'A ml lex.
Send stamp lor descriptive pamphlet
oi i.uin count v.
W. li. DONACA,
ww E S1 m 111 h P to
t i-r 15 Wu 0
term, and thereafter one commissioner
nhall be elected every two years. j ? 1 No. 101 .
. 220 acres S miles front Lebanon, .",o to
If Senator Blair's bill against the I 35 iwrv9 Sll cultivation, 40 acres pasture;
sale of adulterated article of fowl shall one-storv box house, large barn fiOxni
beeorae a law, its enfitreement will j ft.,.t, orchard of 1A0 U arfng fruit tree;
cause a commotion- tn the channels if' fruit bouse and di ver; plenty of water;
trade. Tt restrictive feature 6 thor- j one mile to school." Terms, Vl.ooo valt
ough and" the penalty has a sting to it. m,a balance to suit purchaser.
The bill creates a food division in thi
department of agriculture which shall '
hare charge and cenrrl o( all the fod,
liquor and drug analyses, and shall es- '
t.tbllsh uniform methods of analyximr
nil articles, and prescrilies tlte rules
CLfvvx.n tint Children. Thrr r rs
xx' peclnlly llnble to sudden
OolJa, f'otiglis. Croup, Whooping Cough
etc. We guarantee Arker's English
Henieuy a osiiive euro. it eaves
hoars cf anxious watching. Sold by
J. A. Heard, Druggist.
I do not beliovo lint.
A yer 'a Sarsnpnttllu
hiv an equal as a are
for Scrofulous Hu
mors, it is pleasant
to take, gives strength
to tho iMiily, and pro
duces a ntorw perma
nent result than any
Medicine 1 ever lisetf.
K. 1 nines, North
I have used Ayrr'a
Sarsaparilla, in my
family, for Scrofula,
nnd know. If it Ik
taken faithfully it will
this terrible disease.
W.F. Fowler, M.D.,
For forty years I
have suffered with
F.rysipelns. I have
tried x ariotia remedies
Iron, Steel, Coal,
Saws and Axes,
Eit Etc. Etc,
Powder and Sliol
Etc. Etc. Etc.
J. A. ROBERTS,
J. V. KEEBLER
I Keep Agricultural Implements of all Kinds.
Farm ako Spring Wagons
Sole Agent For Crawfordsville Axes.
Groceries and Provisons, Tobacco and
We have on hand the largesnt stock of Grocer
ies and Provisions ever brought to Lebanon, which
we oHer t o the people of Lebanon and vicinity at the
'LOWEST LIVING CASH RATES.'
oinilc3lo line of CANNED
lcopt conntantly on hand.
LSnkr. &nd ! ,or "' complaint, hut
?-.W. Xo. 13.-,. !
334 aeres, 4 mihs front l-eLanoit, 11 Catarrh,
aeres in en!tivatiin, 144 in pasture, j
balance brush and pasture and some i
timlier; house, barn and 2 aeres of or-
r.rnl regulations for the same.. Tlte Mil elard; water convenient. Terms,
vre Utes for n chief ehentist In Wash-
ingtiMi at a salary of f. 1,500 a jvar and
i.-wistant chemists in New York, Boston,
Philadelphia,. Baltihiore, Charleston,
jva.-annah; Mobile; fJalvesttm, Ht.
.Tjouis, Cltleago, Cincinnati end San
l-'mnslsca, the salary tf each to le
?,."K)0 a year.
SEVEN PRESIDENTIAL TICKETS.
"00 cash, balance one vear.
170 aeres, n miles
fi-om l.vbanott, TO
' aens in euitivatioti, 7 ncreflttpen land, j
almut 1W aeres tmder fen"; loij hou?e,
, new fntme iKtrn, jrool sprinfr near j
i house, alnnit : fruit tr-cs. Terms. !
-l.iV cash, balance in one vear. i
! W,r,iM. ' Xo. U0 j
i 320 acres, 9 miles from Lebanon. Mi :
(acres in cultivation, P;o aeres nndei '
: f !kv; a pxhl liou-, barn so f. t lone. .'
a id ether outhoi)se, r, .-u-ivs orchard. .
icrms, casii, oaiamv one vear.
There are o fnr ieven presidential
ticket lit tite fieM for next November's ;
e;'ction Tliey an :
Rpublfoan Benjatuin Harrison ofi
Indiana for Presi.lent, Ievi P. Morton j f2,i. Xo. I4ts. i
of Sew York for Vice President. J GO acre of level land 3 mil. s froni i
Democratic "5nver tlerelaml of j Ix lonon on road to Ntdavitle, acres
ew York for President, Allen (.Tliur- in cultivation, 1- acit-s in rass; pnl !
man of Ohio for Vice President. omtory house, small bartMind 'Vounw !
. Prohibition C. H. Flske of Xew Jcr-J orchard. Terms cnh. " i
--y for President,. John A. Brooks of j j
Missouri for Vice Pnesidettt. i ?1,K X'o. nr. 1
"i Yob ai Sw3fragist BvHa Ixn-kwood ! aens, 12 milos itouth ast f I, l-j
f the District of ColuiuUa for Presi-: anon. 12 acres in cultivation. H acres'
numl no 1,-Iit f until
I eomutenoed usiiifj
After taking ton bot
tle of thi medirlit 1
ant roinnlctely enred.
M. C. Ataesbnry,
1 have sufTored, f-jr
J'fRt, fret.. Catarrh,
which wa so Frvcre
that it destroycl my
apprtitn and weali
enl lav MVS tent.
After trying ether
remedies, "without re
lief, I bejran to take
nnd. In a few months,
was cured. Susan It.
Cook, W. Albany t.,
Boston, St ns.
i eaperior to any
blood purifier that 1
ever tried. I lia
taken it lor Scrofula,
t; anker, and Salt
It Ileum, and received
maeU benefit front It.
It Is K"od, o!?o. for
a weak stomach.
Millie Jane IVirce. S.
Bradford, Mass. ft
Hides Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
HSifCoine and see us.F3?
W. B. DONACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County Or. '
WE WANT THE WORLD
To Know It.
W are line witli a S l-ft .tt k.
our Sri mm Is
ami in onltr to m!1
OREGOKIAN RAILWAY" COMPANY.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
n rA afler .tnn. 1. lss, rii1 until ftirthcr no-tf-e
lr:oii!4 will ruu dnUf tvxeet Sunday) m fol-
VH WILL MBRT ANY PRICI
deit,.Alfrel H. IiO-e of lt-ncsylvattia
Industrial. Itefomi Albert K. Ittnl
ptone of California for lrpsident, John
Calvin of Kansas for Vice President.
Union labor A. J. Streator of 111- j
inois- fT President, Charlea 1L Citn- I
ningham of Arkaumus for Vice Presl- ;
United Labor UoWrt IL rdry vf ) 4-2.5.
Jiltnoi for Preideittr W H. T. NYake- ,! Km acres,
J.eld.ot Kanwia tr Vice President..
in jrrass, balanet timber and brush, S !
neres under fcin-e; lx house; tv- !
iKirns; fruit of a!l kinds. T rii'., cash.
rrreJ by IV. J. C. A jrer & Co.. Lowvll, UaM.
rricSl; fix bottlrs, 5
We are now prepared to
Tli.-it cnii l)e lii.'itle, lir.iviiiK rel.-itive
iivicilit' of tlic? y;ootls.
WE WANT THE EAIiTJl'
OniilosS. r of I banon. 4H
acres in cultivation, :! acres pasture.
10 acres of timlxr, all feiuvd, well
wat.red; no building.
(From our rwtu'ar eom-pontlrnl-l
There is likelj- to In; enough politics
in the ooBgnwonal delwteg from now
until tho end' of tile seibn tn please
the nKwt rabid partisan. Everv suo-
S mil s from Ia banon on
Iebanon wapm roa.l, 40 ceres in culti
vation, OO ares paslure; hoiis( larir
barn and ont-bnildinirs; watenil by
riv-rand rinesprintrs; l-st of oiit-raitp.-.
acres, 7 miles X. K. of I banon,
i acres in cultivation. 4 acres slashed
and in trass; jrood water in three
-j.-et that ean be diverted intoa political j n,rinfrs the year r..nnd; small orchard;
ehannel with the least ixinsibility of
evolving party capital will te thus
ru.tnajred. In the t?enate the fisheries
treaty kept oti, hand available
r.t all times for polRcal nses. In tin
Ilinise the tariff is a Kubieet nrolf c
erioncl-to admit of all norts of political j
barn, etc.: gvod out-range.
LKTTKR I U:AI)S,
I'OSTKKS, i:rc, I'.TC.
To know that tlu pol arc on our fOiclvrs? ami
1uvtrs. Wo !o not atU-nnd an cntnnciation of
ptoil.-s. lmt oonttMit oursi'lvt's with tlic statt'
int'iit that wc liavt' the
LOWEST PRICES AND LATEST STYLES
To 13 e Koiiiitl in Lebanon.
Give us tho oiportunity to make our vaunting gool by ttver-
liiii.t. I.v !.1 p. la.
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l'nnl d Mail
1-oHTl INH,!'1V.V: Ar 6.00 p.m.
t-IMlt 1H IJIIl-OlQ SI.
Kar's I Jri!iup.
1 iiw nn-iid.
Ktr-l st.V Jtmrtion.
Crv l lii.
Nun It Sauiiiinj.
O. I'. I'jo-tns.
Y W A It
oking our vaunted irooils.
Andrews & Hackleman.
1 Coin m hi mli n Tli-krls Ht Km centu per mile on
-ulr r.l tu!H-u h.-irinc ABPiilf.
i Tniinn with I'awwnecn', Fteight and Fjtpre,
' nil x'latni'v from Frvight,
! Frei-'lit frnln foi-in lVn-.-tnil. Monlior. Wslne
j ilny mi'l 1 liiir.ilnr'' Towanls I'urtWwl, Tues
j ihj . 1 hurlayii itnil Sumly.
! ( .nii.i li.m nt !;' nl FulqiMrlz lnline
J ih xt-ntiicr ' itv of Snlom" f Sk-m Mmtay.
i sIii4mv ml Kri'luyi returning 1mm Saletu
Tii.!kv TIniPHlar ninl SMtiirditv.. eoniMHtlnr
i iih I U mi l Vj sMv jneener iniinn. Mmhi
, , r -t itv of Stili-m iimke tnoifT liflween Ky'
j ami I u'ljiwrt i JiiuliiiBulnilT, sumlnys excepted.
MIA.. X. WXjTT. Rectlrer.
(;!! rl Oflii-M. X. W. OwtK-r First ik1 line Pfii,
rin!iniil. ( 'npim.
acres, " miles S W. of I a ballon,
HCacpcH in cultivation, I a lain t jkis-
iure; one of tlte li nest stock and fruit
."arm in tho country; Iox Imusc, larg(
barn and orchard; well watered.
;1.2-"A No. 171.!
12) acres 0 miles S. K. of I-baimn,
40 aci-s jiow in crop, 4 aeres slashed i
md in urass, balam-e timU-r and brush;
I .in iiiin ii; uuum', itaiuaini tncrout-i
Mmli n now venturing prcdic- buildings; p od orchard; well watered.
Fiona a- txv rm Icnpth of tlic presc t ;
cwibn of Coiijnvsf. The nicmlcr- f ;
tike ways an4 means commiffce expect ;
to reach, a Tte-or tiie tariff bill lie fore j
the 1st of August. Time must then 1 e
allowc-d for the fSenate to consider the
matter, and the prevailing opinion is
that Collaret will be in session on the j 4,ixvi. o. lii'i i
l th of August, probably as late as the 12o acres of prairie .5 miles west oi
1st of bopteniber. Senator Ivlmunds j Lebanon, all in cultivation; trood, hard j
i-4UoUIiw predicting that ten to om j finished house I'ixru) with I. kitclu n, j
t'oiucres will be here until the 1st tf Lix rooms: hirpe l.arn; p-km! orchard!'
Cft tofter. j Terms, $3,110 cash, balance to suit pur !
With the rfosc of the fied year the ! chaser at s jw r tcnt I
Treasury Iepartment has furnished .vfjnn V
sone interesting fioies. The reduc- j ki acres 2 miles S. K. of Lebanon
ttm oC the public debt dnrfng June ) 13 acres in cultivation, balance pa-;-waa
tl'f,429,5t2, and the fiscal year ! ture and brush; m at frame house, ban
which cloned n Saturday, June t, it ) and orchard : tine location.
-wis $lia,844,(WO. The total debt now, i -
1 fs cash in the treasury aj:prejrntes j M,B"0. No. 175.
ti,lC,5H4,65, Of this amount $1,01.5,-I f acres 1 mile west of Sodaville, ;if
1 :t,012 is interest bearinjr debt. i teres in cultivation, balance pasture
tlieiieral Hooker of Mississippi s ' new lmx house, barn and orchard;
preparing a bHl which he will soon ii - j plenty of water convenient.
troduw, tochatnre the meetine of C'on-
prews from the first Monday in IXntm- j ?l,4x. Xo. 177
U-r to the 4th of Marcft. In sjH-akinji 177 acres 1 1 miles from SMlaville, lii
'f his proponed bill he said the nieas- acres improve!, lflo under fence; pood
ores heretofore introduced on the sub- ' 'xx liou.se and double log barn; p!ae
j.-et provided for a ehanpe in the con j is well watt red.
Vtitution, and, of course, raised a doul t J
!i the uiindaof many as to whethei 3,ooo. .'n. ISO.
the change would he ratified by the o4(l acres 7 miles from Lebanon, 7-"
State-Legislatures. The new bill ill j acres in cultivation, 7 acres hops, bal
not change, the constitution. It simply j ance pasture, brush and timber; pooi
tirotidea that the Fifty-first ConpiWs i house, lop barn, orchard, plenty ol
haUbopin its sesaion on the 4th ol j water ; fine stock place.
Jareb. adjourn the 1st of June and
- i.u e. vrr... :n .. i s.. uui v lei
. lSSITFII IHr JU I tit .UVIIUrtl 11J ..IF. 1CI.
. ... . . . . f J -I. . ,
toiicr. t ruis will qo away wiin trie " ' n, nines norm oi iCoauoii,
short sestiion, and the new Conpres
G. W. SMITH,
IRON PUMPS, ETC.
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware
12AVK SPOUT, ITC.
All Kinds of Repairing done on
THE WOVEN WIRE BED.
40S acres, 4 milf north
loo acres in cultivation, balance paslun
and timber and brush: pood house.
will bepin work at once, and when ibe barn and orchard; good location. '
I'resident tak his seat Congress will i
le readv to reeeiTe his message. 5",-Vt0. No. is2.
The i'resident issued an "executive ! The St. Charles Hotel and barber
order last week which was intensely j simp in Lebanon. I 'ay S4" per month
interesting to tVashington. It can ies rent. I-'urniture included.- Lot 80xlol
civil serviee reform almost to it limits, i feet.
Six new classes are added to. those a!-j
ready existing. The new clarification j
takes in every person in the depart- I -r5 No. lf.
liK-ntal service, except nuch as are ap-: - acres in Lebanon; la.ve one-story j
pointed by and with the consent of j ho-ise, Vmrn and outhouses; about fifty
t he Senate, and utieh as are appointed : fruit trees, besides considerable sniai! i
as unskiUed laborers and m sscngers. j f uits, etc.
Should th provisions of this order be-: v I
Millie the settled practice of the Gov- ?S,f60. No. 1W.
t rnniCTt the final result might be the o6'j acres of fine grass or grain land, j
thorough exclusion of politic from the : 3 miles from L-ehanon, 450 aore. in cul-
a. -jtartcieatal wi ice. i Motion, balance tunl.T and biu-h p; s-
TIIU VAOUIXA ROUTE.
; OltKtSON PACIFIC RAILROAD
: Oregon Development Go's Steamship Line
225 SHORTER. 20 HOURS LESS TIME
Thnii liy mny olhi-r Koute.
' Flrat Cl Thriath r,rnjrr Frrluhl
Kmni rorlliiiid Hii'l nil Point in the Willamette
Vullcy i-l uml frum Pun KrunriKo, t al.
Willamette River Line of Steamers,
TIIK' WM. M. llOAU." THK-X. S. UENTLY,"
THE "TI1KKE KISTKKS"
Uiive Pdrtlund n A. M..
MOXHAYH, WKIiMSKAVK AND FRIDAYS
Kmni !.?. Hulmnn 4""o Ixirk. 'J00anl 202
Fmui stnvl. fir innalHs and lnlcnnofliiiie
jxiintii. mak inn clone wmnifllon at Alba
ny hihI (.iinnllin ilh Truill" of the
OHEHOX PAtriFIC HAILKOAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except 8undy:)
l.v. Ai.banv. l:IO p.m. I I.V. Yaiji Isa. 6:4."i a. m.
I v. I niiv l : ik 1 :lip. in. ! Lv. CoiivalmsIO:: 5a. m.
Ah. V.mji ia. 6::d . in. I Aft. Albany, 11:1o a. m.
Lumber! dumber! Lumber!
G. W. WHEELER, riopriettirs of tho
LEBANON -:- SAW -:- 31 ILLS
-ALL KINI9 OF-
constantly on hand.
Bills of All Kinds Filled on Short Notice and at Reasonable
ivc us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Q. W. Wheeler.
C Tnilim eoum-ot at Albany anil t'orvallis.
The iiIhivc Triilnn i-nnnwt at Yaqulna wilh the
(in'tini iH-vi'lminieot rtinitxiny'ii Line of
.-lruinlii. lK-tttii Yaiultia and
uTKAMm. Kriims. F. j frinn Yaqnlna.
Wlltiinii-nc Yalk'v Jiinv 2, JtuK- -JM. 18.HH.
U llluiiii-Ui- Viilli-y July .1, I July 13,
Willi.mi.in Vnlli-v Jnlv in, July 24.
lllnun iu- ValU-y July 24, "
Till f imiiiy ri'orvin ilic right to chatiRC Sail
in;; ilati-n w lllluUt llntiiv.
l'lisn'iiin'r fnnn l'ortlinnl. and all Willamette
Vnllrv iiinl. ran tnuke clor oinnection Kith
llii Trums of the YaijI'INA HoCTK Ht Alliany or
("nr nlliM. an! if ilestiiu'd to Kan Franrlwo, xlionld
nrnitii.'ik t tirrivi nt Yuiiuina the evcutni? before
the ilnU of Kailili1;.
u ml l-'relnlit llnleH
ALWAYS TIIK I.OWEST.-
FOR IXHOUMATlOX APl'l.Y TO
V. 11. HASWKl.b. i C. I1051K,
4i.nl Krl rs( At, lAirfR Oenl K. H. Ag't,
tin-irun l)'veloiinenl Co.. 1). P. R. K. K. Co.,
:an MuulBimiery St.. Corrallix.
San. Fraiit'iMii, i'al'a. t UivRon.
IjKHaxox, Ok., July 20.
Wheat fiOt; h.'T buslu'l.
Outs UM' ir busltt'l.
Flour .4 21) ikt barrel
K$rjr ISh per dozen.
Uutter ltijj per lb.
I-iiiril per H.
Apples, dried Set 10c iier lb.
Plums, dried llkyilUAc per Mi.
Prunes, dried ltc":121c per M.
I lams I'm er lb.
Shoulders Kc jier lb.
llaeon 12e (ht lb.
tJo.tl Oil $1 25 per 5 pallon ran.
f A and reliable Medicinal ae the bP6(
VJVW to depend upon. Acker's Blood El
ixir Las been prescribed for rears for all im
mirltiesoftueBlood. I n every form of Scrof-
! uloue, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, itia
invaluable, i or itueumaiwm, uao notxjuaj,
BEARD 8c YATES.
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and Medicines
-H'aints, Oils and Glass.1
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main SttHt Lebanon, Oregon.
The best is
We are also prepared to furnish on short notice
any machrne from a butter worker to a steam mill.
We keep on hand all staple implements, suee i
Ilurrown, CTnltl-rntorM, Pulverizers,
ItnltoM, WnaroiiH IiuKlN.
And the celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
OCome and see us; we will make you happy
G. W. CRUSON?
K O T I C E:
Haying, recently purchased the
Scio Mills, I have completely ren
ovated and refurnished the mill
and am now prepared to make
flour ty the
The Mill is now running and I can
furnish the best of
I intend to rvw jny mill in such (i
way that none can go (iway dis
SCIO, " . ' PREGON: