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The Lebanon Expre
FP.IPAY, AUGUST 10, 1SSS.
H. Y. Klrtpatrick-, Publisher.
A HERO CROSSES OVER. -'
The gallant Gon, Phil II. Sheridan
has gene where the "surges cease lo
roll and the din and clamor of war is
heard no' more." Of all the names
that'glitter in the galaxy of fame or
sparkle on the pages of American his
tory, none show with purer lustre,
none are 1 ss tarnished with guile than
Phil H. h?heridan. Warm and gener
ous to his friends, magnanimous to his
foes, his spotless character commanded
the respect of all, and his unselfish and
heroic life elicited the plaudits of the
world. None who met him once in
the shock of battle ever cared to meet
him again, and those who followed his
leadership had the very prestige of
victory. The writer 'met this brave
and gallant' officer of the Union forces
more than once and knows whereof he
Twice the Union armies were beaten
In the valley of Virginia, and from the
confusion of defeat this brave leader,
by his own heroic and dauntless ex
ample, reorganized the scattered ranks
nd turned defeat into victory. f?heri-
dan'3 ride from Winchester over
twenty" miles in one hour and twenty
eight minutes; his wluc'.ing the
broken columns of his retreating
army, wresting from defeat the palms
of victory, was the most eventful and
.heroic act of generalship during the
As a man he was quiet, calm and
dignified, but when aroused was like
the storm in its fury dauntless and
"Bright names are on the roll of fame;
Like stars they shine on high;
His may be hid by tulghter flame,
But will never, never die."
The doctors say the immediate cause
of death was heart failure. The re
mote cause was disease of the mitral
and aeortic valves. The complications
which have occurred have been ner
vous exhaustion, pulmonary cegcria,
anaea and hemorrhages. The day of
his death, August 9th, he was restless,
but notr more sohar. he has been sev
eral times since his arrival at JSouquitt.
At about 9:30 P. M. symptoms of neart
failure suddenly appeared. Remedies
which had hitherto been successful
were vigorously applied, but proved
ineffectual and he sank rapidly, dying
painlessly at 10 o'clock. -
rhillp Henry Sheridan was born in
Somerset, Perry county, Ohio; gradu
ated from the U. S. Military Aendemy
and was assigned to the First Infantry
as Brevet Second Lieutenant, July 1,
During his late sickness he was made
General of the Army, being the third
person to hold this important position.
Gen. Sheridan was a strict member
of the Catholic church and lived and
lied in the Christian faith. ''Peace to
tlfe ashes, honor to the memory," and
jtlory to the chivalry and patriotism of
Philip H. Sheridan, who left in life no
blot on his name, but looked proudly
to heaven as the home of the soul.
As one wto was on the vrrotyj ride.
But thonght then that he was rifrht.
We would drop a tear on his bier,
Aud fain would brine a wreath for that name
That shines on the tablets of glory.
A name by which soldiers met death with a
name for the bard raptured story.
Mr. Edward Atkinson estimates that
the next census will show the popula
tion of the United States to be 64,500,
000, while the Hon. S. S. Cox thinks it
will fall short of that number by 24,
000. But who would predict what our
population would be in the year 1900?
IIowva.t will be the influx from other
lands before that date, especially if our
immigration laws shall remain un
changed. And in the year 000, when
- a period of time shall have elapsed
- equal to that which has passed since
the United States became an independ
ent nation, what enormous numbers of
roople will dwell within what now
constitute the borders of our country.
j.l!SJiTirinK the ast 112 jeare the Amcri-
r 'ani)eople have inere
icreastd from 3,000,-
000 to perhaps 57,000,000. During the (
next 112 j-ears it will not be surprising
if they shall increase so as to equal the
present population of Europe, or pos
pibly even of China.
; An exchange thinks thi3 is abrut
' the size of it, aid we think it is about
. vtbree halves right in its diaernosis. "If
e1i?? omits anything he is lazy.
Jfre speaks of thing? as they are, peo-
pie are mad. If he smoothes down the
rough points he is bribed. If he calls
i things by their proper names he is un-
fit for the position of an editor. If he
does not furnish his readers with jokes
fee inn. mule. If he does he is a rattle;
' ead lacking stability. If he con
' H tne wrong he Is a good fellow
"jking discretion. If he lets the
"""j- and injuries go unmentio: e I he
''ard. If he indulges in person-
y; riiis a blackguard. If he does
.fe paper is insipid."
senator Eugene Hale of Maine,
peaking of the reception to tie ten-
tiered Blaine on his return from Eu
- rope, Maid: "It will be the greatest rc
f eepiion ever tendered in America. I
si do not except any one. It is a spon-
t taneous movement to show the appro
ve ciation in which he is held. (Certainly
" it will be a deserved compliment to a
4 The supply of wheat in the United
St ites is smaller than at this time in
-. -.y year since 1SS2.' With the new
about fifty million bushels short.,
, jought in India, and damage to
"""ufg'l'flirr in England and Western
"'m rope by Tate storms, it would seem
..: . .! f 1 1, c 1 1 i - f -t . 1 . ,
Crc-'l711, inintlii-iauuui lilt.
" eetive heavy yield in Russia.
About thirty years ago a largo lot of
Tiidna handkerchiefs were manufac
- urcd for A. T. Stewart, the million--irc
UMirc-haiit, but he rejected them
" the colors did not suit him.
A in thtrwarehoTRS" ever since,
,;.hurman's nomination, when
-c-aH sold In one day.
money that will be pent in this
laigii is almost tnestinu'.blc. Money
' ill the root of .ill evil.
W. C. T.U. AND SUNDAY
CO'LTJ MN .
"Peace on Earth and
Good Will to
A SHORT SERMON.
You arc the architects of your own
fortune. Rely upon your own strength
of bod and soul. Take for your motto
self-reliance, honesty and industry; for
your star, faith, perseverance and
pluck, mid inscribe on your banner
"Be just and fear ' not." Don't take
too much advice; keen at the helm and
steer ycur own ship. Strike out.
Think well of "yourself. Fire above
the mark you Intend to hit. Assume
your own position. Don't practice hu
mility, yon can't get above your level
water don't run up hill put potatoes
in a cart over a rough road and small
potatoes will go to the bottom. Energy
invincible determination with a right
motive are the levers that move the
world. The sure art of commanding
is to take a fair share of the work. Civ
ility costs nothing and buys every
thing. Don't smoke. 'Don't chew.
Don't swear. Don't gamble. Don't
lie. Don't steal. Don't deceive.Don't
tattle. Be polite. Be generous. Be
kind. Study hard. Play hard. Be
in earnest. Be self-reliant. Read good
books. Love your fellow men as well
as the laws. Love truth. Always do
what your conscience tells you to be a
duty and leave the coneequences with
SUS3ET ON THE SEA.
These purple sunsets on the moun
tains of Oregon remind me of a sunset
I once saw upon the sea. Of eouree
the sun eet9 every evening upon the
sea as well as upon the laud; but you
may be weeks or months at sea before
you find all the different circumstances
combined that are necessary for the
best effect On the evening I refer to
the glassy surface of the sea was
broken only by the gentlest ripple.
The sun had just gone down. The
clouds, from the western horizon al
most to the zenith, were piled up like
hills of glory, flashing with crimson
and amber and purple and gold. And
now those glowing colors of the clouds
were reflected on the sea, but with a
new, wonderful effect. What seemed
solid in the sky became changeful on
the sea. The crirt s n and amber a.id
gold broke and mingled and gleamed
and flashed on the molten, rippled
sea, until we seemed to have before
our eves the verv "sea of glass min
gled with fire," which St. John saw in
apocalyptic vision. O, surdy God has
fit shed such beauty on eart h and sky
and sea, to give us a hint of the sur
passing giory of the beautiful better
land. Rev. Joseph Hamilton.
The unions at Beaverton and Inde
pendence no longer exist.
The White Cross Society of the Y.
51. C. A. of New York City now num
bers 700 members.
The second annual convention of the
W. C. T. U. of the Fourth District will
be held in Weston, Or., Aug. 15th and
During the past three years four leg
islative measures have passed the Mas
sachusetts legislature, through the ef
forts of the W. C. T. U.: The scien
tific instruction law, a bill prohibiting
the sale or gift of tobacco to minors
under 16 years of age, the police ma
tron bill, largely championed by the
'.V. C. T. U.,-Jid the "age of eonsent"
raised from 10 to 13 vears.
The Child Recovered. My little ;
girl, aged seven years, was afflicted
with a severe cough and cold. She
j could not sleep but coughed almost in
cessantly. I was induced by a friend
to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and was astonished at the immediate
relief it gave her and the cure it pro
duced. I wonld not be without it in
the house for any price. I have tried
many remedies for coughs and colds,
but this is superior to anything I have
evt r tried. Prof. J. M. Mehan. Capi
tal City Commercial College, Des
Moines, Iowa. Sold by M. A. Miller.
Try St. Patrick's Pills and compare
their effect with any other kind made.
They contain the good properties of the
older preparations in the market com
bined with the most valuable medicines
discovered in modern times. As a Cc
thartic and liver sill, St. Patrick's are
perfection. Sold by M. A. Miller.
We will pay 40 cts. per roll for choice
butter. Thompson & Waters,
I am again to be found at the City
drug store, where I will be pleased to
see my old friends and customers.
M. A. Miller.
Y trifle with any 1
-J vj v Lung Disease. If you have
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
ase Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure'
and we guarantee it. Price 10 and 60c
J . A. Beard, Druggist.
MRS. G. W. RICE,
3Xillinoi Lebanon, Ore!,
HAS JUST RECEIVED HEE-
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Rib
bons, Etc., Etc.
Call and get Prices on Goods
Bargaia List u Real Estate
FOR SALE BY'
-A.. It. CYltUS .So CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Lkbanox, Linn County, Okeuox.
Lebanon Is a thriving town of about
BOO inhabitants, pleasantly situated in
thr midst of the most favorable portion
of Linn county and also of the Wil
lamette valley. It is the terminus of
the Lebanon branch of the O. A C. R.
It., 13 miles from Albany, overlooking
the beautiful Albany prairie, and con
trols the trade of a largo section of
country, both prairie and hill lands
being tributary to it, giving a large va
riety of products. Some of the finest
fruit lands of tho valley are near this
plce; there are also great facilities for
manufacturing and stock raising.
It Is but 4 miles to the famous min
eral springs at Sodaville, and 0 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.
Linn county is finely situated for
commerce, being crossed by two rail
roads north and south and one east and
and the Willamette river on the west.
Look Over This List of Bargains and
Come and See Us. We Will Treat
? 1,750. No. 8G
174 acres, situated 7 miles from Leb
anon, 50 acres under cultivation, all
under fence, and plenty living water;
two-ttory box house and good large
barn; 3 acres good orchard. This is a
good stock farm, having plenty of good
fl,600. No. 101.
220 acres 8 miles from Lebanon, 30 to
35 acres in cultivation, 40 acres pasture;
one-stnry box house, large barn 60xfc'0
feet, orchard of 150 bearing fruit trees;
fruit house and dryer; plenty of water;
one mile to school. Terms, f 1,000 cash
and balance to suit purchaser.
55,000- No. 135.
334 acres, 4 miles from Lebanon, J15
acres in cultivation, 144 in pasture,
balance brush aud pasture and some
j timber ; house, barn and 2 acres of or
chard; water convenient. Terms, ?3,
500 cash, balance one vear.
52,150. Nn. 137.
179 acres, 9 miles from Lebanon, 70
acres in cultivation, 75 acres open land,
about 100 acres under fence; log house,
new frame barn, good spring near
house, about 200 fruit trees. Terms,
f 1,250 cush, balance in one year.
lot in Lebanon.
?3,503. No. 140
320 acrrs, 0 miles from Lebanon, B0
acres in cultivation, 160 acres under
f.uce; a good house, barn 80 feet long,
aid other outhouses, 5 acres orchard.
Terms, $1,600 cash, balance one vear.
12,00-3. No. 146.
60 acres cf level land 3 miles from
Lebanon on road to Sodaville, 30 acres
in cultivation, 12 acres in grass; good
one-story hous, small barn and young
orchard. Terms cash.
1,000. ., No. 147.
160 acres, 12 miles fcnutheast of Leb
anon, 12 acres in cultivation, 14 acres
in grass, balance timber and brush, 80
acres under fence; box house; two
barns; fruit cf all kinds Terms, cash.
$650. No. 152.
80 acres, P miles S. 11 of Lebanon, 40
acres in cultivation, 30 aerts pasture,
10 acres of timber, all fenced, well
watered; no building.
f 2,500. No. 157.
100 acres, ?.S miles from Lebanon on
Lebanon wagon road, 40 acres in culti
vation, CO at res pasture; house, large
barn and out-buildings; watered by
river and fine springs; best of out-range.
f 5,000. No. 1C8.
240 acres, 3 miles S W. of Lebanon,
102 acres in cultivation, Lalauce pas
ture; one of tbe finest stock and fruit
farms in the country; box house, large
barn and orchard; well watered.
?4,000. No. 109.
120 acrcB of prairie 3 miles west of
Lebanon, all in cultivation; good, hard
finished house 16x30 with L kitchen,
six rooms; large barn; good orchard.
Terms, ?3,000 cash, balance to suit pur
chaser at 8 per cent.
rs.OOO. No. 173.
200 acres 2J miles S. E. of Lebanon,
130 acres in cultivation, balance p; a
ture and bmsh; neat frame house, barn
and orchard; fine location.
146 acres, 7 miles N. E. of Lebanon,
20 acres 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.
36 per acre.
f 1,400. No. 177.
200 acres 1 miles from Sodaville, 20
acres improved, 100 under fence; good
box house and double log barn; place
is well watered.
$5,900. No. 181.
408 acres, 4 milfs north of Ixibanon,
150 acres in cultivation, balance pasture
and timber and brush; good house,
barn and orchard; good location.
$3,500. No. 182.
The St. Charles Hotel and barber
shop in Lebanon. Pay ?45 per month
rent. Furniture included. Lot 80x159
6,S00. No. 191.
426 acres of brush land, 1J miles from
Sodaville, 150 acres in cultivation, 5
acres slashed and sown to grass; place
all fenced; box house, large barn and
good orchard; water convenient.
$3,850. No. 182.
190 acres near Providence school
house, 9 miies from Lebanon, all fenced,
145 acres in cultivation; box house,
largo barn, 5-acre orchard.
Emigrants, buy farms near Lebanon,
because tho soil is good, prices low, lo
cation pleasant and healthful, facilities
for marketing produce unsurpassed,
variety of products uncfjualed.
From Leoanon, by rail, to Portland,
92 miles; to Albany, 13 miles; to Ya
quina bay, 95 miles.
Send stamp for descriptive pamphlet
of Linn couutv.
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 of choice
Goods ever displayed in Albany. Tho store is twenty-hvo
feet wide and one hundred feet deep and chuck full of
Provisions, Crockery 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 sell very
Giving our Customers the benefit
of at least Ten per cent,
and very frequently Twenty-Five
way we do
not altogether a
in large quantities, thereby getting the benefit of all dis
counts and rebates, besides our sales are large and daily
increasing. "We turn our stock every sixty days
or six times a year, thus insuring you always
to get the best and the freshest. " Keniem
we sell strictly for the CASH
"We have the agency of five
Southern Peach orch
ards. This fruit we are re
ceiving daily, fresh from the
orchards. It is noted for its
fine flavor aNd good keeping
qualities, and buying it as Ave
do (direct of the growers) in
Iron, Steel, Coal,
Saws and Axes,
Etc. Etc. Etc,
I Keep Agricultural Implements of all Kinds.
anTCIIELL AND NEAVTOIV
Farm and Spring Wagons,
Sole Agent For Crawfordsville Axes.
G. W. SMITH,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware
EAVE SPOUT, ETC.
All Kinds of Repairing" done on
THE WOVEN WIRE BED.
large quantities, we are enab
led to sell you fruit for less
than any firm id the "Willam
ette Valley. Bring in your
produce, eggs, butter, chick
ens, ducks, geese, turkeys and
O -rV. s XI don't forget
to bring along your purse.
Powder and Shot
Etc. Etc. Etc.
and - TINWABB,
W. B. DONACA,
Groceries and Provisons, Tobacco and
We have on hand the largest stock of Grocer
ies and Provisions ever brought, to Lebanon, which
we offer to the people of Lebanon and vicinity at the
LOWEST LIVING CASH RATS.
iiill and complete line of OVTVIl GOODS
lcepfc constantly on liand.
Hides- Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
IggPCome and see us.jgFJ
W. B. DONACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Maiii Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
OREGOKIAN RAILWAY COMPAIT.
(Limited Line.) .
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On nd after Jan. 1, 18S8. and until ftirther no
tice trains will ran dally (txcept Sunday) as fol-
Cobarz Mall. Parti-d UaiL
From Port- STATIONS. Tow.rf Port-
Lt 1.15 p. m. PORTLAND.P.ATT.V Ar 6.00 p.m.
. . w. i ; Foot of Lincoln St.
LT4X ! P-y s Land!n-, Arr 3.03
I.J8 St. Paul-!. 2-53
t.V ' French Prairie, 2.42 .
4.M , Fotse, , 2
5 CI ! TVootiburn. t ?.2Q
SIS Townaend, 2.07
SZ MoKee, 2.02
5.S fearoo'a 1.67
S 37 SI. Angel. 1 l.fiO
5.13 Down's, 1.41
S.S5 ( Silverton. 1.S0
6 13 I Johnson's Mi'.L 1.14
6.17 Hwltxeriand. 1.10
fi 2S East Stde Junction, 1.02
6.47- MacteaT. 12 42
7.00 Shaw. 12.S1
T15 AumsTill. 12.1S
7.SS West Station. ll.SS
7 43 Gravel Pit. 11.50
7.47 North Sant lam. 11.47
7.M O. P. Crossing. 11 40
SCO I ScioJuac, 11.35
t.'Jb WestScio. 11 SI
1 . Thomas' Fork, i 1118
S iS i Crabtree. 11.04
J go gph?er 10 40
s.ll i TaHtcan. . j 10 30
o 23 ! lowson. 10.13
9.4S ! Plainncw, it 9.58
10.no I Linn. i 9.42
10 15 ! BrownTiKe, j 9.28
10 34 Twin Butte. 9.02
10 49 Rowland 8.46
11 03 Price boro, I '8.32
1119 Wilkin. 8.18
11.35 COBL'RQ. I 8.00
Ar. r.M.iAR LY !Lt. a. .
Commutation Tickets at two cents per mCe on
sale at stations having Agents.
Trains with Passenrers. Freight and Express,
run separate from Freight.
Freight tra'n form Portland. Mondays. Wednas
davs and ThundaTS. Towards Portland, Toes
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Connection at Rar's and Fulonarts Landings
with Steamer "City o'f Salem" for Salem Mondays,
Wednesdavs and Fridays return Ins from Salem
Tuaadavs. Thnrsdavs and Saturdan, connecting
with East and West Side passenger trains. Steam
er "City of Salem makes transfer between Ray s
and Fulquarts Landings daily, Sundays excepted.
CHAS. '. SCOTT. Receiver.
Oeneral Offices, N. W. Corner First and Pine St's,
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon DcielopmentCo's Steamship Line
32S SHORTER. SO HOURS LE8S TIME
Than by any other Route.
First Class Through Passenger & Freight
From Portland and all Points in the Willamette
Valley lo and from San Francisco, CaL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays:)
Lv. Albany. 100 p.m. I Lt. YaqoIma. f-45 a. m.
Lr. CoBTALLIS.l -40p.m. LT.CoRVALL10:S5a. m.
As. YaqvLsa, 50 p. m. Aa. ALBANY, 11:10 a. m.
O h C Trains counect at Albany and Corvallis.
The above Trains connect at Yaqnlna with the
Oregon Development Company's Line of
Steamships between Yaqulna and
SAILING DATES :
From S. F. from Y'aquina.
Willamette Valley j August 9 I August 4
Willamette Valley I August 19 I August 14
Willamette Valley August S9 I August 24
This Company reserves the right to change Sail
ing dates without notice.
Pawenrers from Portland, and all Willamette
Vallev points, can make close connection with
the Trains of the Yao.via Routb at Albany or
Corvallis, and If destlued to Han Francisco, should
arrange to arrive at Yaqulna the eveulng before
the date of sailing.
Passnngerand FreliClit Itatce)
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
FOR INFORMATION APPLY TO
C. II. HA9WELL.
Gen'l Fr't A Pass Ag't,
Greeoo Development Co.,
304 Montgomery St.,
San Francisco, Cal'a. I
C. C. HOGVE.
Acfr Gen'l r. A P. Agt,
O. P. R. R. R. Co..
oi.laiiietl, and nil I'ATKHT JUi Aa t
tcnleI lo for MOUKKiTK PICKS. Our oin Is
optMeUie Ibo V. H. I'ltlcnt office. mihI rc can
Hin rniriit In vm linto lltHH ltiifKt rrmole frtim
iv.ism.Mi iox. sviiii uuin.l.. :.i ii ag ir
I'HOTO of Inrcnlloii. W'o silvlw no lit intent.
nMlilv free nf clian-n mm. I wh mnio AO lll.IH.UK
VSI.k'H l-ATPMI' I KM (.Kr.7.
For clrcnliir. atlvivo, terms ami reference lo
soIiihI rliriils In your own Wnto. Ciiiuily. City or
low n, write lo
fifipmtHe I'ntent Oflirr, H'dtlmofm, i C
Lebanon, Or,, Aug, 10.
Wheat COo per bushel.
Oatt eje per bushel.
Flour 4 U0 per barrel.
Eggs lCfc per dozen.
Butter 20c per tb.
Lard 12 Jo per lb.
Apples, dried oc80 per lb.
Plums, dried 10c12fc per lb.
Prunes, dried 10c12ic per tb.
llama 15c per lb.
Shoulders 10c per lb.
Bacon r per lb.
Coal Oil f 1 25 per 5 gallon ran.
J. A. ROBERTS,
MARVELOUS, MORAL, RE50WHED AKD TRIUIPHAET!
THE OHE TA8T, OVERSHADOWING
AMUSEMENT TREASURY T0eFE UNIVERSE !
TWO COMPLETE. PERFECT AND FAULTLE38 PERFORMANCES. AT
ALBANY, MONDAY, AUG- 2Z. v?
NOTE The arrangements of the American Show men's Poolrd League will
prevent any other Circus from visiting Albany this season. (Editor.)
Great ntj Circus Cltisie Roman I lip ixxlr-oriie
A.caticmy of Art and 5-Continent 3Ie-riat eri
Notably and Triumphantly Reinforced this Season with the One Tower
Ing, Ktngly Figure ot Western Romance,
CAPTAIN A. H. BOGARDUS!
CHAMPION WINO-SHOT OF THE WORLD.
IV I) II I fS GIFTED SO'S!
OHLT FULL-GROWI PAIR OF BLOOD
An Intensely TLriliiug
n l I ! 1 TfYT- f?-- -"r-t' --"T T- '-m. -jf .,
BIG. BRILLIANT AND BEWILDERING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT,
t5frr" rfn taTishiv x;dd in Radlsntlv Perfeetins; this Towering;.
ipiUUjUUW Fhrnomrnal Combinaticn for the Present Tour!
CO Minutes of Circus with 300 Meteoric Performers!
.30 Minutes of Gladiatorial Contests!
30 Minutes of Hippodrome Races. VIth 'Trhbi 60
30 Minutes of Fancy "Wing and Trap Shooting,
Py the WorM's ChaoFion. Capt. A. H. r?ogrdaa and his three eon.
30 Minutes for the Museum, .m.1,
30 Minutes for the Menagerie, vith 800 5ffiSSn?rTf GathCTing
3J Hours of Dazzling, Fascinating Entertainment!
Impressive Object Le?ODS In Zooloeca! Science 50 Cares of Rare r.d Cootlv Wild Feasts The Only
la'rof Hi.jpoToaml. Male and Female, ever placed on Exhibition Grtarest, Grandest. Motst
Famous and Best Trained Herd of Elephants on American Soil, including the Cokxatl
"fiajah," the All-Overs hadowir.e Central Firure of His Race: "Sid." the
Rollicking Precocious Ek-thantine Ckwr. and the Cnlv Eabv
Elephant this side of the Orient!
Times the Most ODulent
xJ IV- Parade Ever Seen In any Agra or Country Unapproacpable
d Indescribable! Passing In Grand Review Before Cheering Mutti
des at IO A. M. DAILY.
Usual Popular Prices of Admission.
POSITIVELY AND EMPHATICALLY
- Special Cheap Round Trip
see nation .Agents
Arrangements have been made to hold the train till after the nieht performance, riving every am
a chance to see the show and return the same niht.
The best is
We are also prepared to furnish on short notice
any machine from a butter worker to a steam mUl.
We keep on hand all staple implements, suee as
now. Mo woi-s, 1 J 00 ,Cr.
Harrow, CuKHalors, Pulverizei-s,
Unite, Wagons M.iIes.- "
And the celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
EComc and s?e us; we will make you happy
G. W. CRUSON,
: Lebanon. Or,
J. V. KEEBLER.
5 i yrr
- SIEATIKG HIPPOPOTAMI 05 EARTH!
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and Sun-Brio-ht Snpctacular str
Pertoraasces at Castomary Honrs.
XO FREE TICKETS TO ANYBODY.
Excursions on All Railroads.
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