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The Lebanon Express.
Kill DAY, AVOl'ST 1888.
H. l Kirkpatrick, PbWIsIict,
This tmni w:s htid out and bejruu
auout hvp veins ago. it now has a
lnpjalation of about (Wit Tins Colum
bia jwpor mills 'were flrt built thre
years ago, Intrtmd down a year n$i lasl
sprint, ami -were rebuilt ami wm '
jiumkhhI opemtions some four months
ajx TlusentHls cost about ? 100,000
operate eighty hands and rim day and
.n.sjrht. .Thoy manufacture and ships
little over six tons of paper a day, and
so great is thed mand they are far be
hind their orders. Their pay rolls
wv that they pay out -4o40 pej
month tor laltor, and ?ISOO for rawer
vrude material. Thu greater part of
this t?rude material, hay, straw, rags,
Ac.,' comes from the Willamette valley,
and some of it from near Lebanon. As
1 watehed the busy wheels of Indus
try and the many happy faces of ti e
operatives I wondered why iA-banon.
with equal advantages of water,, with
.superior facilities in nil its surround
ings, with just as intelligent and enter
prising people, and with the crude ma.
terial just at her door, would sleep on
her golden advantages and let others
reap a rich harvest that might be hers.
"There is n lunilier company operat
ing three -miles above on La t'ama
creek. They ship their lumber intt
town on a tram railroad and carry on
sin immense trade with Portland am'
The Dalles. A good flour mill is alst
located here, and the wheat for it i.
raised in the Willamette vtl'ey.
The paper for the Oregonian and al
jtiost every other paper in Oregon ant"
Washington Territory is manufacture'
here, besides wrapping (or straw pa
ht) lor the wholesale and retail busi
nessof the greater part of the coast.
The mills use about t wo cords of bain,
or other wood per day, which is pro
cured from the neighborhood. Kxcep
this, the entire material is snippet"
from near Lebanon, then manufac
tured and shipped back to us at an im
Mr. It. T. Cowan, an active busines
inan, a Christian gentleman nud ais
t lder in the Cumberland Prcsbyteriai'
church, president of the lumber mil
company and well informed as to tht
"business and profits of the paper mills,
told the writer that these mills wen
paying at least 3J per cent, per mouth
or 40 per cent per annum.
Now, fellow citizens, if we would 1
wise, if we would look put for our owe
interests, if we v&t t tu -ees? a id pros
perity, let us take hold and build s
like entjri rise. We can form a joint
stock company and build it ourselves.
In all our travels we have uevei nut
a more enterprising, hospitable peopli
than at La Camas. They give th
warm, grasp of welcome to event
stranger, otter every possible induce
ment they can to people to settle, and
It every inducement they can t
entourage emigration. There is no
nor has there been a saloon in thi
town in two years. Every place oi
business is closed on Sunday, not evei:
the barber shop is open.
The sound of the hammer and s; w
i- heard and signs of Improvement are
seen on every street, and the backbone
a d stamina of all this prosperity and
enterprise is the Columbia paper mills.
Let us arise and do likewise. We cai;
if we Will. J. Ii. KlRKFATRK'K.
THEY ALL. PRAYED TO ONE GOD
A republican, democrat ivnd prohibi
tionist went up to the temple to pra.v.
The republican stood and with his faex
toward heaven prayed: "O Lord w
thank Thee that we are not like other
men. Wc thank Thee first of all foi
the pure, incorruptible, ho-.y repubii
n party. We thank Thee that all
i-moerats are liars r,i,d a'.l proLibi
tionTst are fxls, and that we alone an
irood. We have no special favor t
sk, knowing that to be consistent
.TTimimust of necessity Ik- with us."
The democrat prayed thus: "O Lord.
Thou knowest we do not often bothei
Thee with our praycre. Yet there bt
a few-things wherein Thou canst le oi
great nse t" us "Uless Cleveland, J
Jjord, but curse his civil service. Blest
tlie prohibitionists in the north, bul
fann bint in the south. Bless Minne
sota and the little Norwegian, Knute
Xelson, but curse Pennsylvania and
that, traitor Bam Randall. The rest, O
Iord you can safely trust to our care."
The prohibitionist fell on his knees,
ais usual, and prayed: ''O Lord, Thou
knowest we have done but little cist
Iut pray, lo these many years. Now
we are going to fight and do Thou, O
Lord, be pieased to stand by and sec i
fair play, while we show the Pharisees- i
that there is a Jod in
There js a mining company in
Iiouis composed entirely of vconun
who own a mine in Colorado. If there
are any pockets In that mine noLody
t'ut a woman will ever find them. A
woman's pocket is safer than a lxx in
ji deposit vault ; nobody can ever find
ft except the woman herself, and very
few women indeed know where their
ii pockets are located, as is clearly
phown by the fact. that so many of the
ilea-r creatures are obliged to carry their
jtoeketboofcs in their hands. Boston
President J. G. Wright of the Salem
"apital iliningCornjiany has returned
frJiin tlte scene of the late strike in the
SantTkm mines. Mr. Wright says the
newly-discovered vein is nine feet in
thickness and contains quartz whose
prominent constituents are gold, silver,
lead and iron pyrites. Me brought
ba. k with him fifty or sixty jtounds of i
ore, which will be sent to Portland t i
A handsome copper box to lie placed
near the summit of Mount Mk1 foi
the preservation of records will -soon
be placed in position by the Oregon
Alpine Club of Portland. It is imper
vious to weather of all kinds. Similar
boxes will be placed on the other moun
tains of Oregon and Washington.
John I). Wilcox, proprietor of the
Portland News, lias- been arrested on a
!iiirc of blackmailing MrXJDr. Mur
av of that city. :
I Tun Clin.!) Hktovkrkii. My Huh
girl, agi'd seven years, wan nfillctcd
with a severe uit ainl cold. She
could not sleep but coughed almost in
eessantly. I was induced by a friend
to try Chamberlain's Cough Itemed
.uul was astonished at the immediate
relief it Rave her and the cure it pro
Iticed. I would not he without it li
the house for any price. I have tried
inany remedies for coughs and colds.
iut this is superior to anything I have
v. r tried. Prof. J. M. Mehtin. Cap!
tal City Commercial College. IX
Moines, Iowa. Soldby.M. A. Miller.
Wc will pay 40 rts. per roll for choict
butter. Thompson & Watkhs,
(!o to Joe Harbin for general black
smithing. Machinery and wagon work
a speciality. All work warranted.
fVV A and reliable Medtcine.-taretbebest
VJvW to depend upon. Acker's Blood El
ixir has been prescribed for years for all im
puritiesoftlieBlood. In every formofScrof
ulous. Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is
invaluable. For Rheumatism, lias no equal.
The eyes are always in sympathy with
the body, and afford an excellent index
of its condition. "When the eyes become
weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, it
is an evidence that the system has
become disordered by Scrofula, for
which Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best
known remedy. " "
Scrofula, which produced a painful in
flammation in my eyes, caused me much
suffering for a number of years. By the
advice of a physician 1 commenced taking
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After using this
medicine a short time I was completely
My eyes are now in a splendid condi
tion, and I am as well and strong as ever.
Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N. H.
" For a number "of years I was troubled
with a humor in my eyes, and was unable
to obtain any relief until 1 commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medi
cine has effected a complete cure, and I
believe it to be the best of blood puri
fiers. C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. H.
From childhood, and until with a few
months, I have been afflicted with Weak
and Sore Eyes. I have used for these
complaints, with beneficial results,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and consider it a
great blood purifier. Mrs. C. Phillips,
Glover, Vt. ,
I suffered for a year with inflamma
tion in my left eye. Three ulcers formed
on the ball, depriving me of Biiht, and
causing great pain. After trying manv
ether remedies, to no purpose, I was final
ly induced to use Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
three bottles of this medicine I have been
entirely cured. My sight has been re
stored, and there is no sign of inflamma
tion, sore, or ulcer in my eye. Kendal
T. Bowen, Sugar Tree Ridge, Ohio.
My daughter, ten years old, was afflict
ed with Scrofulous Sore Eyes. During
the last two years she never saw light of
any kind. "Phvsicians of the highest
standing exerted their skill, but with no
permanent success. On the recommen
dation of a friend I purchased a bottle of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which my daughter
commenced taking. Before she had used
the third bottle her sight was restored.
Her cure is complete. W. E. Suther
land, Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky. tt
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer St Co., Lowell, Slan.
Bold by U Druggists. Price (1 ; six bottle, fa.
W. FORTMILLER & CO.,
Mjjnufiifturt'rs of an'l IX'iui-rs in all Kinds
Iiport all First-Class Goods:"
DIRKCT FROM THE EAST.
V complete sto-k of Wall Paper, IK?co
rations and Window Shades.
u : E E re T A. I I M o
MRS. G. W. RICE,
iilliiioi-, JLolsiiioi, Ore,
HASJl'ST K1XE1VEU HKK
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers,
bons, Etc., Etc.
Call and get Prices on Goods
A 15 liY XO
I OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
SOX TIILRN PACI KIC COM P
The Mt Shasta Route.
Time !otvvecii Allmny and San Friiucsco, liours.
California Express Trains Daily.
I:fh p. Ieave
;r0-" i: m.; l.eave
7:M a. i. ' Arrive
rrtlanl Arrive:I0:4O A. M.
Albany Leave; 7:U" A. v.
San Frat-iMro U-avc! C5 r. n.
Local Passenger Trains Dally 'except Sunday)
s:nn a. 51.
12:40 P. M.
2:40 p. M.
rortlanrl Arrive 3:l'iv.M.
AIImuiv l'avc 11 ::io a. m.
Kupcnc I;uve !:0i A.
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except Sunday)
.WiA..;U-svv Jx'l.anou Arrive ::: a. m.
i2:..(l t-.M. Leave AH.anv Arrive l:3r. p. m.
M P.M.ILeave 1-hancjii Arrive 2:li . 111.
2P.ilve Aiimny Arrive;w:io e. m.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOITRIST SLKEPING CARS FOIt
accommodation of Second Class Pas
sengers attached to Kxpress Trains
The r. c. it. it. t-errj- makes e,,nee.ir, with
ill the ri'('iilar trains on the Kast side I)iv. lrom
oot of F. street.
West Side Divisicn.
PORTLAND and C0RVALL ISj
Mall Train Daily (except Sunday).
7-:m a. u.
12:2"i p. in.
Arrive d:15p. 111.
Leave ism p. tn.
Express Train Dally (except Sundays
l:"i p. 111. I Ieave Portlanfl Arrive
i-M) p. m. j Arrive McMinville Leave
)i:()0 a. in.
5:45 a. m.
At Alhany ami t'on irllis connect with trains of
t)resroi! Pacific railrojvfl.
arii -For full information reiranlins rates, maps
wc. call on eonjfwinyV uifent.
K. KOLHLKIt. K. J'. ItfKiKRS,
Mul!P st. ij. V. $ I'as.. Pirelli.
Bargain List "of Real Estate
FOR BALE 11 V
A. It. CTVIJITS CO.
Real Estate Agents,
Ll.lt.VXOX, LlXN COV'XTY, OlJKtJOX.
Lebanon is a thriving town of about
HK inhabitants, pleasantly situated in
th midst of tin; most favorable portion
,)f Linn county hud also of the Wil
lamette valley. It is the terminus of
the Lebanon branch of the t). A C. It.
R., 13 miles from Albany, overlooking
the beautiful Albany prairie, and con
trols the trade of a larjjo section of
fountry, both prairie and hill lands
being tributary to it, giving a large va
riety of nriMlucts. Home of the finest
fruit lands f the valley are near this
pl:cc; there are also great facilities for
manufacturing and stock raising.
It is but 4 miles toKhe famous min
eral springs at S-odaville, and C miles
:o Waterloo, where there is a maguitl
.fiit water power and also a mineral
spring. Altogether, this is a most de
sirable location forstttUrs.
Linn county is finely situated for
commerce, being crossed by two rail
roads north and south and one cast and
and the Willamette river on the west.
Look Over This List of Bargains and
Come and See Us. We Will Treat
1,T"0. Xo. S:
174 acres, situated 7 miles from Lelv
uio:i, 50 acres under cultivation, all
under fence, and plenty living water;
two-story Imx house and goo:t largi
barn: 31 acres good orchard. This is i;
' good sUm k farm, having plenty of good
S1.GG0. Xo. lrtl.
Z2) acres 8 miles from Lclianon, 30 to
V. acres in cultivation, 40 acres pasture;
ne-story box house, large barn OOxCO
feet, orchard of 130 bearing fruR trees;
i fruit house and dryer; plenty of water:
Line mile to scliool. Terms, !,H.K) cash
..:;u balance to suit purchesvr.
,000. Xo. 135.
334 acres, 4 !niles from Lebanon, 11-'
teres in cultivation, 144 in pasture,
lalancc brush and pasture and somt
Umber; house, barn and 2 acres of or
chard; water convenient. Terms,
V.K) cash, balance one vear.
'2,130. No. 137
170 acres, 0 miles froni Lebanon, 71
tens in cultivation, 73 acres open land
ibout I'W acres under fence; log house.
J iuw frame barn, goo,l spring mat
iiousc, alxnit aw fruit trees. Terms,
) -51,230 i-.sh, balance in wit year.
Xo. I T.
House and lot
; '. N. 140
320 acres, 0 miles from Lebanon, St
: acres in cultivation, ! acres undci
l f .ncv; a gtKl houst-, bara 80 feet long,
jaid other outhouses, 3 acres orchard.
I Terms, $1,(;00 wrsh, Imlance :ne vear.
t J acn-s f K vi 1 land 3 miles fnm:
rA-ban.m on n:il to Sxlavi!k-, 3 ncix1
in cultivation, 1 su-n s in frras; jmm!
one-Ptory lions- stti:tll bisrn ami voih
rclianl. Tcnns f.'.sh.
; 5L0. No. 147.
1W acres, 12 mil' s ioutlu ::st of Leb
anon, I2acn- in cultivation, 14 aero
; in grnss, balanee timber and brush, St
aeres under fence; box house; twt
tmrns; fruit of all kinds. Ttnns, csish
! No. 152.
SJ :(-res, 0mile.S. 1 of Lebanon, 4f
iaens in cultivation, i ceres pasture,
' 10 ye res of titnler, all fenced, well
! watered; no buildinsr.
. .AO. lot.
j 100 aeres, SS miles fAt'.it Ltbantn on
i Lebanon wagon road, 40 cert s in culti
j vatiou, (50 tares pasture; house, largt
barn and cut-buildings; watered bv
I - .
! river end line springs; 1 st of cut-range.
t 5,000. No. ins. ;
! 240 acres, 3 miles S W. of Lebanon, ;
jlOiaeiX'H in cultivation, lalance pas-!
; ture; one if the finest stock and fruit j
j farms in the country; Ih. house, largt
! barn and orchard; well watered.
j ?4,oon. No. ica.
Ti. j 10 acres of prairie 3 miles west ol
! Ijebanon, all in cultivation; good, harri-
finished house 10x30 with It kitchen,
jix rooms; large barn; good orchard.
Terms, $3,000 tsh, balance to suit pur
' chaser at 8 per cent.
0X No. 173.
I 200 aeres 2', miles S. K. if Lebanon.
' 130 acres in cultivation, balance p; s
j ture and brush; neat frame house, bant
t and orchard; line location.
1 403 acres, 7 miles N. K. of Lebanon,
20 aeres in cultivation, 40 acres slashed
and in grass; good water in three
springs the year round; small orchard;
log house, barn, etc.; good out-range,
$1,400. No. 177.
(.Hl acres 1J miles from Sodaville, IS)
acres improved, 1X) untler fence; gotxl
Im)x house and double log barn; place
is well wtttered.
So,!). No. LSI.
4t)S .-teres, 4 miles north of 1ebaium,
150 acres in cultivation, Ijalance pasture
and timlK-r and brush; goml house,
barn and orchard; good location.
' - -
I " 'Vl10" t (liirlea llntt mirt l.ni-lwTr
I , 1 ' . ' liarKS Itotel ana DitrDCr
i shop 111 lA-bailoll. Pay $4.) THT month
) rent. Iirniturc included. Lot 0xl5
1 86,S0O. No. 101.
! 42(i acres of brush land, 1J ntilet from
j SHlaville, IV) aeres in cultivation, 75
I acres slashed and sown to grass; place
I all fenced; box house, largi barn and
S,K orchai.l; water convenient
83, 850. No. 102.
PH.) acres near Providence school
hous.,9 miles from Lebanon, all fenced,
145 acres in cultivation; box house.
Emigrants, buy farms near Lebanon,
because the soil is good, prices low, lo
cation pleasant and healthful, facilities
for marketing produce unsurpassed,
1, variety of products uncqualcd.
Tret Aitbanon, by rail, to Portland,
02 miles; toAHwny, 13 miles; to Va
qnitia bay, 05 miles.
Send stamj) for descriptive "pamphlet;
oj liinn county..
WALLACE & THOMPSON S
store is located at Albany, Linn Co.
Oregon, about twelve miles nor'
west of Lebanon. They have
beyond a doubt the finest
stock oi choice
CJooils ever lisiIaycl in Albany. The store is twenty-two
feet wide and one hundred feet deep and chuck full of
G R O C K R I ES
Provisions, (.'rockery and Glassware. These goods were
bought largely from First Hands, Thereby saving all the
profits of the Middle men, and storage at intermed
iate points, which enables us to ell
C II E A P
Giving our Customers the benefit
of at least Ten per cent,
and verv frequently Twentv-Five
in large miantities, therebv
counts and rebates, besides our sales are large and dailv
increasing. We turn our stock every sixty days
ov six times a vear, thus insuring vou alwavs
to get the
best and the
sell s-rictlv f
0 r P r'o
have the agency of five
Southern Peach orch-jled
This fruit we are re-1
eiving daily, fresh from the ette Valley. Pring in youi
rchards. It is noted for its produce, eggs, butter, chick
fine flavor aXd good keeping ens, ducks, geese, turkeys nut
pialities, and buying it as we -A S II don't forge
hlo (direct of the growers) in
1 Yours Trulv.
T LI 1:
Iron, Steel, Coal,
Bl'ksnrth Sup' Its
Saws and Axes,
Etc. Etc. Etc.
I Keep Agricultural Implements of all Kinds.
Sole Agent For
1SAVE SPOUT, ETC.
All Kinds of - Repairing done on
irettiiiLi the benefit of all
r the CASH
(I u c e
large quantities, we are enab-
tt sell ym fruit for los.4
than anv firm id the Villain-
to bring along your purse.
Build' rs ITdw're.
Powder and Shot
Scythes, Snaths. I
Etc. Etc. Etc.
t a ivr
and Sheet I ron Ware
W. li. DON AC A;
Groceries and Provisons, Tobacco and
We have on hand the largest stock of Grocer
ies and Provisions ever brought to Lebanon, which
we oiler to the people of Lebanon and vicinity at the
LOWEST LIVING CASH RAT$S.
Hides Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
pufConie and see us.JS
W. 13. DON AC A & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
0REG0K1AH RAILWAY COHPAKY. j
(Limited Line.) j
CHA'S. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On niM r.Ucr J:m. 1. 1S. aint until fiirlhiT no-
fc-e train will nm laily (cxcfi't Sumluyl as ful-
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sys, TUttr atil Saturday. !
cinn-tim n! Kiiy mi. I F:!t.i:.ir:i I --ir. 1in-- i
. it It t-:t:niT "t "ii f .I't'iii" for Siik-m M-ci'hy-.
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THE YA0UINA ROUTE.
OHKtiOX IVVCIFIt' KAILROAD
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Oregon Declopment Co's SteeLmsMp Line
225 SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME
Than ly tiny etluT lUnite.
First Clas Through FaiiwngrrS Freleht
rn-tn riir!ianl nml nil in Hm Willamette
Vulk v to ami from Salt I'mtu ieo, 1 al.
OI1EGGN PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays:)
l.v. Aibanv, l:i p.m. I l.v. Y.uiriNA. fi t-"' ni.
1 v. fo!:v.u,!s.l-40p. m. I.v.toi:VAi.i.isl'.::."a. m.
Ar. Yaji iA, S :tO p. in. An. Albany, 11:10 a. iu.
t A: V Trains couneet ut Allumy ami t'orvallis.
The uWive Trains rotttHMt at Yatniiua with the
lin-iroit lievelopment t'tanpany's Litte of
Sliii!iihii Iietwoeti Yaijtiiiia and
(rti fit. j Fnni s. F. Front S'atptina.
vHlnmette VulU v 1 Antttit ! j AuaiiM 4
Willamctie Vaiu-v AtiaitM l i Anmistlt
Wil'a;m tte V.ilh y I Attjint -! August 24
ThH f 'omt'any reserves lite right to change Sail
ing ilatet withi'iit notice.
l'assetiBiT from 1'ortlaii't. nml all Willamette
Valley ints. can make close eoiinectiou with
the Trains of the Vaccina Koctk at Alitany r
t'orallis, HlH. if lestinel tt ati Francisco, slionUt
arriMiire U arrive at Yaqitiim the evetiinj: heforo
the date of sailinc
liifwpiiu;iruiit l-'rolji-lit lttsj
ALWAYS TIIK LOWLHT.
FOlt tNFOHM ATIDN AI'FLY TO
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iJoti'l Fr't A I'ass Aa"t, AetV licn'l F. A: V. Aft't,
tin-O'ii n-vchptnent Co.. t. 1'. It. K. K. Co..
:io Montgomery St.. torvnlli,
San Francisei, C'al'H. 1 iJrem.
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nriunl I'lit'itM in vniircnn Mnto. 'otutt v. 4 'il v t
OittHwit 1'nh tif (tliirr, Wtisliiuntnn, Ji C.
Wlieat COc per bushel.
Oat 3.'Ae JXT bushel.
Khur 44 ! yviT barrel-
Kgip H ?c per dozen.
liutter 20c per U.
Ijttni VJic per lh.
Apples, dried 8c? 10e per H.
IMums, dried 10e-12ic per .
1 'runes, dried 10c 12c f er lb.
Hams loc per lb.
Shoulders 10c per l'
llaeon L-'?e per lb.
Coid Oil?! -5 jer gallon ran.
J. A. UOP.KiiT
eonwt Jirif 1' on IijiikI-
BEARD & YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
rE. i.Ei: i?r
Drugs -:- and 3Iedicines
-.teipamts, Oils and Glass.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main &'l"rf, L'Laitfm, Ortn-nt.
The bast is
c h e a p e s t.
Wo 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 as
3Iowers, U':i pers,
Hurrows, Ciiltititoi-w, Pulverizers,
- Unites, "Wnirons 15iijjjie.
And tbe celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
iConie antl ?ce us; ve Avill'make von happj
G. W. CRUSON,
X O T
Having- recently purchased the
Scio 31ills, I have completely ren
ovated and refurnished the mill
and am now prepared to make
Hour bv the
1 f OLLER
The 31ill is now running- and I can
furnish the best of
-mom AWD .
I intend to run my mill in such a
way that none can 00 awav dis
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