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FRli- j -
There is to be a dunce in Virion hll to-night.
Mr. J. J. Swan 1 very sick with typhoid fever.
Mrs. J. G. Rccd visited friends In Albany Tues
day. Mrs. C. IT. Kalsttm is very sk' with typhoid
lever. , 1
Sherwood Burr of Eugene was in town mi busi
ness last Monday.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. TV. B. Donaca's
baby, is seriously ill.
Mrs. R. G. Miller started for Eugene City on
a visit this morning.
Bev. J. R. Kirkpatrick and wife arc over on the
Aba this week fishing-.
Mr. Clint Gordon has returned to Lebanon after
several weeks' absenee-
S. H. Stine, the former publisher of this pal.
Is to be seen on our streets.
Geo. L. Sutherland of Scio will start East next
Monday to study dentistry.
We are sorry to karn that Miss Frankie Laforge
is very sick with typhoid fever.
Kev. Martin, who has charge of ihe Southern M.
E. church at Spieer, was in town last Monday.
Mrs. Jemima Kalston and Miss Maud Ralston
. (HTivcd home last night from their visit to Port
land. Our sanctum was honored by the presence of
Misses Ada Miller and Ida Montague one evening
Mrs. G. M. Townsend and danphter, of Scio,
were in town Thursday and made this office a
A bet on the result f the Presidential election
of 8226 a side was deposited In the Bank of Leb
anon test Monday.
Those who have books belonging to the Library
Association of Santtom Academy will please re
turn them before October 1st.
Mr. Fred Davis, brother of Mrs. G. W. Cruson,
who had his lc? shot off about the first ot July, is
seriously ill with typhoid fever.
On account of the dry weather there is a pood
ioal of sickness in this community. About a
week of rain would be a bles-lng-.
The steam saw is m town this week sawing
wood. It is about as far ahead of the Chinaman
s the railroad is of the old ox wagon.
Mr. A. C, Churchill offered to bet $1000 that Har
rison would be the next President, and held the
offer for several days, but no one would take it up.
Mr. L. K. Brooks has sold his stage line from
this ilaee to Sweet Home to Asher Hamilton. We
have not K-arned what Mr. Brooks intends doir
Married, at the residence of the bride's father.
on McDowell creek, Sept. 5, Mr. Geo. II . Powell
to MteLPatri R. Gaylord, Rev. T. Yost of Sweet
CKAWPOR08V11.LK, Sept. 21.
The rattle of lumber wagons can be heard most
any hcut in the day.
M. Shackelford is moving one or nui nouses am.
otherwise improving It.
r i.irkP Baker has bought a honw and lot of U.
W. Pugh near the saw mill, which he intends to
Th mads are fine since the rain, and the cttl-
ens are trying to make thcin better by hauling
gravel on them.
School commenced here loay nndcr the man
agement of Geo. Flnlcy. The attendance was
cry good for the first day.
Rev. F-Uworthy, of the M. E. church, preached
his first sermon here yesteruay to lursi-
tentlve audience. May his work be prospered
here among us.
H. L. Robe went to Albany last Thursday to ob
tain a permit to teach. He commenced his scnooi
tonlay in the Liberty district, on the Samiam,
where he taught last spring.
little daushter of G. W. Push, fell in the
fire at Elder Shea s last Thursday and was burned
severely about the arms. She and lier momer
were on thetr way home from the soda spriings,
and stopped at Mr. Shea's to get shelter from the
rain, and while there met with the accident.
Tjist Fridav being the birthday of Miss Lillie
Aiken, the young folks of the neighborhood gath
ered at the residence or nor granarami-r, n.
Shackelford, where they enjoyed themselves for
hort time. It was an entire surprise to Miss
LiUie and was enjoyed by her, as she is only vis
It is needless for people to go so far to get to
soda springs, when we have just as gtxxt in one
half mile of this place. All it needs is some one
to take hold of the matter and have the spring
cleaned out and improved. It is near the hills
and als the Calapooia river, and the county road
runs within 130 yards of it.
Dr. Thomson nd wife, ot Eugene, moved into
our town last Tuesday. They are now noaretlng
at the hotel. They have rented J. B. Cox s new
house, but it is not yet completed. We have long
needed a good doctor here, and it is to be hoped
that Dr. T. will fill this need and merit the pat
ronage of this neighborhood.
A. Hull 6t Brownsville was in town two days
last week, making arrangements to move nis
cheese factory to this place. He has the promLse
of the milk from 250 or SCO cows. We hope he
will locate among ns, as we need everything in
the manufacturing line we can get. There are
inducements here for other industries that should
be improved by some one.
Ready Witnesses. Any one who
has ever tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or seen
It tried for Cramping Pains In the
Stomach or Bowers, Cholera Morbus,
or Diarrhoea, Is ready and willing to
recommend it. It always cures quickly.
Sold by M. A. Miller.
Fob. Summer Complaint use Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, it Is perfectly safe for child
ren of an v ape. 25 cts. per bottle. Sold
by M. A. Miller.
Subscribe for The Express.
A Great Cure-All.
W ovvnA triflo with any Throat of
-V3 V3V v Lung Disease. If you bavo
a Conga or Cold, or the children are
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
cm Acker a English. Remedy ana prevent
farther trouble. It is a positive cur,'
and we guarantee it. -M Price 10 and 50o
J. A. Beard, Druggist.
St. Charles Hotel
W. Corner Main and Sherman Streets,
Blocks East of Railroad ik-pe.
H. E. PARRISH, Manager.
Tables Supplied with tho Best the
Sample Rooms and the Rest Accommodations for
GENERAL. STAGE OFFICE.
Feebler & Buhl are having considerable work
dune on the inside of their store, which will en
able them to put about double the amount of
goods in it, which they say they intend to do.
All members of the Elite Literary Society of
far.Sam Academy will please be present at the
next meeting of the society on next Wednesday
cvening, October i. A. Melvts Williams, See.
John Roberts, a young man who has been pick
ing hops at one of the hop yards tear town, was
taken sick with typhoid fever and was brought to
the Exchang hotel, where he is getting along
f Mrs. Bnrtonshaw and son arrived here yester
day from Saicm, where they haw been livin;
They have rented a honse from F. M. Miller, the
one formerly occupied by Mr. Swan, and will
reside here this winter.
Win. Wassom, a cousin of Jonathan Wassom of
this place, recently pun-haw d the Wit-on place
- eight miles cr-l of Ilarrisbnrg. containing 1100
acre. He says the place produced this year 10.000
bushels of wheat and oats. .
! yesterday as wr. Ian Simons was doing rr.me
i Lauling about his place with two old gentle
i horse, he stopped aid threw the lines on the
I " ground. ai:d the horses stiirted and run away.
tearing the wagon all to pieces.
. Yesterday as Mr. Tripp was hauling gravel over
near Peterson's bn; te the top of the wagon box
slipped fiJ-ward and scared the horses, causing
them to ran away. One of Mr. Tripp's bovs was
t m badly bruised np, but not seriously hurt,
. "'Sia" liTl one of the horses was badly hurt.
This week we devote six columns of space to his
toricnl and descriptive matter pertaining to
Brownsville and its principal business men. We
tOso issue an edit ion of 500 extra copies of Tee
Exrr.Ess for the Brownsville pvople. We cxptit
fr-on to write up other towns in the coumy.
The Pantiam Acaleiay opened last Monday with
about the same attendance in the literary depart
ment a last year, but much larger in the musical
department. Prof. tiObert says the ou'looi is good
" for a fine school this year. He has made arrange-
'. mems f ir an assistant to lie-in about the first of i
' - Ijsst SaWrday Mr. G. W. Taylor brought t stalk
of eorn to this office which measured 11 feet and
v a inches in heipht, with three ears on it. Mr.
' Taylor said he did not have to go over the fit-Id to
wlcct this but took the first one he came to, nr.d
that he has a field of a few aere just like it. This
wfil compare favorably with corn raised any place,
' but still some moss-backs will continue to say that
corn will not do well in this country.
Fetty Sneak Thieves.
- Last Fridav night some sneak thieves entered
the hardware store of Miller t Crurai and stole a
mithi Wesson 3S calibre revolver and some
knives, etc.; also about the same time a t ucket
of candy from Beard & Yates" drug stere and a
1kx of fcrty-eight. packages of cigarettes from
Ren Barker. A small boy traded one of the stolen
Vnives to Mr. Barker; the revolver was brought
,v Wednesdav night and laid by the door of
Cne hardware store. The officers are on the track
" of the other stolen articles, and they w ill no doul t
oon be brought in. Unless the things are ell re
turned soon, some voting boys are likely to be ar
reted and sent to the reform school. Farents
' eh7uld look after their boys a little more closely
ai!l not allow them to be running about the
Mjeets after night.
The second quarterly temperance cxercL-es of
the Lebanon Sabbath schools will be given at the
First Presbvterian church next Sabbath evening.
Everybody'is cordudly invited. Following is the
!. ....'-Brave Temperance Boys'
gcrinTTreiding and pmyer.Rev. W. Skipworfh
,ng "Come Home. Father 'Annie Talbott
"Mp' "no Wtoe" - Gertrude Hunt
KecnatioS -- - Mola&oan
JtertSn7nr"A Temperance Hoy" Je Ha
pong-- - " l .?; Monk
n 1 , r n
-Boys W antea P ""
Key. . . money
t,n-r J IHniNl'-H J .1 n
'Beuedit'tion ..Kev. W. Skipworih
Sweet Hose, Sop 24.
L. K. Brooks and family are at Brownsville on
Born, on the 2Jih inst., to the wife of E. C. Jack
son, a daughter.
On account of scarci'y of school teachers Fern
Ridge district has no teacher.
Rev. Thos. Yost and wife go to Independence
this week to attend the Evangelical conference.
Miss Joy Templeton. from near Halsey. is teach
ing school in the Wiley and Shea district above
More deer have crossed the Sontiam this season
than common. About lOOAave been Killed at tnc
crossing near Donaea bar up to the present time.
II. C. Moran has iust returned from the Alca
cotustrv. lie comes back with the "empty fch
barrel" consumption, which in plain English
means he didn't get a smell.
Mr. Foster, our miller, has bought several hun
dred bushels of wheat since harvest and hadt
hauled to his mill to grind this winter. That
means we can get flour near home when the roads
A man named Kellogg, w ho is SS years old. is at
work in the mine's two mile- above Green Horn,
on the noith rfeie of the Santiam. He works all
alone and averages about il per ar- How is that
few an e ight y-nine r?
Elder Shea has seven men at work on the coun-
tv road that runs within a mile or two of the soda
springs. We understand that he is doing excel
lent work. Why shouldn't he? We expee-t good
work from all of our tWera,
Front to-elay on the mail from Sweet Home to
Waterloo. Sodaville and Lebanon w'H be carried
by Aher Hamilton, L. K. Brooks having sold out
to Mm. Mr. Brooks has not yet decided what he
ivi'il now do; he may go over the mountains.
Charles Siurdevan, aged IS years, son of Manly
S;urde'van, who lives four m:les above Swee-t
Home, died last Friday moming of typhoid fe-vcr.
He was buried at the e met cry ne-ar Mr. Gilli
land's. A large concourse of relatives and frie-nds
fallowed him to his'last resting plnce.
Die-k Watkinds and others spent a few days lat
ivet k at work on their coal mine, nine miles from
lliis plac-e. Thty brought cnit about 3iX noun'
coal w-ith the-m. and sent 100 pounds to Lebanon
and Pcio. Mr. Watkinds ustd some of it in his
shop, and it burned real well. He showed the
writer some irons he had welde-d together, anil he
can Clo as gfiod wia-k with it, seemingly, at any
o'.her. They say they went only three fet,'t into
the lead, and that it is about four fee t thick. Pros
pects are also very favorable at the Ponaca and
Hearing mine, twenty-five miles from this place.
Much the Newest
Nobbiest and Largest Ptoek of
In the County
Now to be Seen
ON THE COUNTERS
When you want to
?a - j --y
"dress up," We would
A WONDERFUL PRESCRIPTION
Bargain List of Real Estate
FOR SALE BY
-,Y. II. CYltUS CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Lebanon-, Linn County, Oregon.
Prescribed by Gen. Public, M. D.
TXA.lt IS T.TIIH TO
& Shoe Dealers
Blues, Dissatisfaction, Continual
Draineo Purses, Etc.:
Andrews & IlaTtlcmau's $5 00 Gents' Calf
ikwdvear Welt One IT
Andrews Hackle-man's $ 50 W oman a
Milwaukee Oil Grain One IT
W. I- PoukIos' IUns' ti 00 Calf, Button,
Ral. and foncrew - One IT
Andrews & llarklcman's Si 23 Misses' Oil
Grain, but solid One IT
For permanent cure, continue tiring the above
in such quantities and as often and as long as
boot appo.vl is nocewary-
Gkner.il Pvblic, si. V.
No Pate 1"-
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time between Albany and San Francsro, 35 hours.
Lebanon is a thriving town of about
000 inhabitants, pleasantly situated in
the midst of the most favorable portion
of Linn county and alao of tho Wil
lamette valley. It is tlto terminus of
the Lebanon branch of the O. & C. It.
R 13 miles from Albany, overlooking
the beautiful Albauy prairie, and con
trols the trado of a large 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 the valley are near this
place; there are also great facilities for
manufacturing and stock raising.
It is but 4J miles to the famous min
eral springs at Sodaville, and 8 miles
to Waterloo, where there Is a magnifi
cent water power aim also ft mltieral
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.
A FINE OPPORTUNITY
Is now oiTered to parties owing
. ine, as I will now pay
AT AOT ATS
Look Over This List of Bargains and
Come and See Us. We Will Treat
f 1,750. Xo. 80
174 acres, situated 7 miles from Leb
anon, 50 acres under cultivation, an
under fence, and plenty living water ;
two-story box; luui.se ami goo;i large
barn; 31 acres good orchard. This is a
good stock farm, having plenty of good
$1,000. No. 101.
aires 8 niiles front Lebanon, 30 to
35 acres in cultivation. 40 acres pasture;
one-story box house, large barn 60x150
feet, orchard of 1"0 bearing fruit trees;
fruit house ami dryer; plenty of water;
one mile to school. Terms, $1,000 cash
and balance to suit purchaser.
California Express Trains Dally.
l-ein p. vJ Leave
SW r. M.i l-av
7:40 a.m.' Arrive
" Portland Arrive 10 10 a. m.
AUmnv Leave; 7v M.
San Fraciseo Leave! "::) r. M.
$5,000. No. J 35.
334J acres, 4 miles from Lebanon, 115
acres in cultivation, 144 in pasture,
lalance brush and pasture and some
timber; house, barn ami 2 acres of or
chard; water convenient. Terms, $3,
500 cash, balance one year.
$3,500. No. 140.
;A acres, 9 niiles from Lclwinon, 80
acres in cultivation, USO acres under
fence; a pnod house, barn 80 feet long,
and other outhouses. 5 acres orchard.
Terms, $l,CCrJ cash, balance one year.
$2,ono. No. 140.
'B0 acres cf level land 3 miles from
Lebanon on roud to Sodaville, 30 acres
in cultivation, 12 sens in grass; good
one-tory housi, small barn and young
orchard. Terms cah.
Delivered at any warehouse on
the line of.the railroad in Linn Co,
for sufficient to cover the full
amount of their book account and
To those who owe me and pre
fer to pay in CASH, they will con
ifer a favor by doing so promptly.
Do not wait for personal duns.
CHAS. B. MONTAGUE.
Lebanon, Aug. 24, 1888.
Local Passenger Train Daily (except Sunday!
R-OOa. M.1 ljcave Portland Arrive
12:) r. Leave Albany
2:40 r. M.i Arrive KuRcnc
I.evr 1 1 x. M.
Local Paenger Train Dally (except Sunday)
tfbe glad to show you.j
i through and make the
W. FORTMILLER & CO.,
ALBANY, - - OREGON.
Manufacturers of and Dealers in all Kinds
FURNIT URK .
5:i i.M lave
12W p.m. Icav
R:10 P.. Ij?ava
Arrive . M.
Arrive 1:: p. m.
Arrive -2:."p. n.
Arrive :1) p. m.
tint mi j.iJ buj I rainnflr
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST HLEElTxO CARS FOR
aeeommoilation of Second Class Pas
sengers attached to Express Trains.
The O. AC. R. R. Ferry mVc ctmnection wltli
nil the- re-eular trains vn the Last SsUtc lav. irom
foe of V. Ptre-et. 9
West Side Division.
PORTLAND and CORVALLIS
Swo. No. ir,2.
m acres', 9 mile S. E. of Lebanon, -W
aert in cultivation, 30 aeres pasture,
10 acres of tiniUr, ail fenced, well
watered; no building.
f 1.401). No. 177.
aj aeres 11 miles rrom xiaviiie, aj
aeres imnmveC 100 under fence; pood
lox house and doubie log barn; place
U well watered.
Import all First-Class Goods
Mall Train Daily (except 8unday).
a. ra J
Arrive r.:l p.ru.
Leavv li'p. m.
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
A complete stock of Wall Taper, Deco
rations and Window Shades.
Express Train Dally (except 8unday).
' ' i . - tu..m.. f ........
9"0 A. m.
The Pt. Charles Hotel and barber
lmn in I hanon. Pav ?4- ixr month
rent. Furniture included. Lot 80xloU
S4.000. No. 8
1GH acres3 miles from Lebanon; about
100 teres in cultivation, balance in pa
tore: n Kir lions-: barn: lartre orchard
fins grtisn iJmd. Tirms, fi.tKW cash,
balance to suit purchaser at 10 per trnt
At Allnnv anil OirvaHb" connect with traiaa ef I
Owrnn I'aclt-r mi'iTtml. !
d-Kor full informatfrm repirdlnp rate, maps
etc., call en cnjacy' agent.
K. KOIJILF.K,' E.r.nrVTER!
Manager Asrt. G. F. Pa--"- Agent.
Answer to Slteptlc.
As well mav you aslc, Why does not God kill
you. you wicked skeptic? God annihilates nothing:,
and ar.y acquaintance vrith natural j.hilosophy
wonld satisfy any candid inquirer after truth.
that nature as well as revelation teaches
us thi fart. Again, if the de-vil had been annihi
lated there would have been le ft no monument of
the ju-tice of &xl, and the object of moral gov
ernment could not have been subserved.
"Why did not God make man so he would not
fiat' Well, God wants nothm g but a w illing ser
vice; if man had not the ability to do wronjr, lie
would be nothing more nor less than a machine,
"a man on a chess board."
Both of these questions imply a destruction of
free moral agency, and are dishonoring to man a
well as to Got. Xow turn the evil out of your
o jrn heart, and so far as you are concerned the
d-vil will be dead, at le-ast harmless to you.
J. R. K.
Wm. RET1IERFORD, Proprietor,
DEALER IS ALL KINDS OF-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
OSEGOKIAH RAILWAY COMPAHT.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On and after Jan. 1. tsss. and until further no
tice trains will run daUf (except Sunday) as fol
?S,nm. Ka 14.
325 Hcres 6 miles from I-ohniinn, 270
acres in eultivatitm, balance astur;
mo hous and two barns; school house
on the farm; place well watereil by
ppiinjrs; 2 miles to railroad station;
?1,MV. O. 105.
l!ti7 r.cres 8 miles from Lebanon; 12o
acre's 1,-eaver dam land, 33 aerts In eul
tivfttion, balance picture and brush;
box house, barn and small orchard.
We invite you to come and look through our -Mammoth
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
3Xninito Oi-nss and Tiii-otliy Seed
PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO..
-AUSO OS BAM
Fresh Mineral and Soda
(Opposite Exchange Hotel,)
J. S. Courtney, M. D., physician and
Harness and saddles at Thompson &
Thompson & Overman, the leading
harness dealers, Albany.
io to Beard & Yates for your school
books and school supplies.
The best harness and low prices at
Thompson & Overman's. Albany.
The larcrest stock of harness and sad
dles in the valley at Thompson & Over
Don't yon forget Joe Harbin sets
wagon tires. He has a first-elass
fchrinker; no cutting and welding. All
tup mofit alarming and violent at-
What the Matter Wa:
They were walking in the cool of tl.e
day Frank and Angie. Frank w as I
gazing down at his new shoes and suf
fered himself to to led past the conn r
where he Intended turning. It was
t o late now. He saw the sign of the
i je cream saloon making itself unnec
essarily prominent, ami remembered
the 15 cents in his inside pocket. "It's
strange how qualmish I feel, Angie,"
he said; "I am afraid I have eaten
something that lias disagreed with
me." "Indeed! Frank, dear, I am
afraid we are w alking too far for you.
See, here we may rest awhile." "Oi.e
dish of ice cream," he said faintly 1o
the waiter, and while she wreaths h r
lips about the spoon he wonders will
she ask for lemonade. Happy thought!
He M ill pay for the ice cream and ex
cuse himself on the plea of needing
the fresh air. When Angie comes -out
she says: "Frank, dear, I perfectly
understand the cause.of your sudden
indisposition and am sorry for you,
but if you will buy your shoes of high-
priced houses, instead of buying of
Andrews & Hackleman, where I trade,
you must expect to get left on change
occasionally. Some girls woulel think
you were mean, but I know you are
only foolish. But really, Frank, if you
wish to keep your position, you must
i be more considerate of my feelings
during this hot weather." "Angie,
lie whispered, "you are a sensible girl
r For Toilet Use.
Ayer'a Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft
and pliant, Imparts to It the lustre and
freshness of youth, causes It to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all scalp diseases, and is the most clean
ly of all hair preparations.
JWCR'Q Ha5r Vigor has given me
MI til O perfect satisfaction. I was
nearly bald for six years, during which
time l use a many nsir preparauuui
without success. Indeear what
tacks of Bilious Colic or Cholera Mor-, and a rouiar trick. I will try An-
bus can te promptly relieved and cured drews & Hackleman for shoes here-
bv taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea iiemcuy. oeue uy e.
All persons knowing themselves
owins us will please make arrange
Wnts to settle, as we need the money
ia our business. Yours truly,
ANDREWS & HACKLEMAX.
after and save money." One price for
all at Andrews & Hackleman's.
Cramping pains in the Stomach and
Bowels, Cholera Morbus and Diarrhoea
are promptly, permanently and sMv
cured bv usine Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera anel Diarrhoea liemeely. tSoia
by M. A. Miller.
Whooping cough ia attended with
but little dancer when the cougli is
hair I had was growing thinner, until
I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor. I used two
bottles of the Vigor, and my head is now
well covered with a new growth of hair.
Judson B. Chapel, Feabody, Mass.
that has become weak, gray.
and faded, may nave new we
and color restored to it by the use oi
Aver's Hair Vigor. My hair was thin,
faded, and dry, and fell out in large
quantities. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped
the falling, and restored my hair to its
original color. As a dressing for the
hair, this nreoaxation has no equal.
ilammona, siuiwawr, jiuuu.
yonth, and beauty, in the
Lt 1.13 p. m.
1 1 .
nKTI.AM.F.AW.V,'Ar 6.00 p.
Foot of lim-olu St
Wen Kiln im.
East Pi'le- .lusrctiem,
Nor! h Santiam,
O. P. Crowing,
l.v a. is
?10 0l0. 19 1.
isjl acres R miles from Lebanon, 12o
acres in actual cultivation, 2T acres
in meadow; lltK) acrr-s in grass for imis
ture, 37 acres timber and brush; 0
head of cattle, 10 head of horses, 40
tons of hav. alout 300 bushels of oats
and other "food andseetl; farming uten-sil-,
watron, Jinck, etc., all go with
place. l'"asy terms.
KmiErants.btn- farms near Ijcbanon,
because the soil is good, prices low, lo
cation pleasant and healthful, facilities
for marketing produce unsurpassed,
variety of products unequaled.
From Lebanon, by rail, to Portland,
92 miles; to Albauy, 13 miles; to
ouina bav, 15 miles.
Send stamp for descri ptive pamphlet
of Linn county, to
A. R. CYRUS & CO.,
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to AIL
W. B. DONACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, 0c
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OllEGOX PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Deyelopment Co' s Steansliip Line
226 SHORTER. 20 HOURS LESS TIME
Tlinn by any other Konte.
Flmt flaws Thronph Paanenfter Freight
From Portland anl all Point in the Willamette
Valley 1 a,Kl nvui a FraucixHi, I al.
rl C looIlei. M
I PEEBLER & BUHL, !
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Xoliion, ZLiimi County,
pay 60 cts. per roll for choice i kppt loose and expectoration easy By
Thompson & Waters, I the free uw of Chamberlain's Cough
Jlrownsville, Oregon. R-medy. Hold by M. A. Miller.
lIPRD yonth, and Deanty, in too
V lUUll, appearance of the hair, may
be preserved. lor an inaenmuj pnuu j
the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. A dis
ease of the scalp caused my hair to be
come harsh ana cry, ana w ia mi
freely. Nothing I tried seemed to do
me any eood until I commenced using
Ayer's Hair Vigor. Three bottles of
this preparation restored my hair to
healthy condition, and it is now sort
and pliant. My scalp is cured, and it
is also free irom dandruff. Mrs. JW it.
Foes, Milwaukee, "Wis.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Bold by Brnggiata and Perfumer.
Perfect Safety, 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'a Cathartic Pills
are the only medicine that has ever
civen me relief. One dose of these Puis
will quickly move my bowels, and free
my head from pain. William I Page,
liichmond, Ya. 1 1
Prepared by Dr. J. Caver &Co.,jLoweU,Mw.
' Sold by U DIr8 la Medicine.
Commutation Tli-lietn at two cents per mile on
sale at rtations having ARvntH.
Train with Pawner!, Freight and Express,
run ae-parate from Freight.
t .. -..rm inrOunl fonrtievfe Wednes
days aivt Thumlay". Towards Portland, Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Connection at Ray' and Fulijuarta J.andtnir
with Steamer "Citv of Salem" for Salem Momiuya,
Wednesdae-s anil Fridav re-turninu from Salra
Tum1a "Tliurxiav and Satuntii. omnwling
will Kist and West Side pnwencer trnln. Steam
er " Ml v of Salem make transior oeiweeii n
and Fulquartz Lauduigs daily, Sundays excepted.
C1IA3. N. S(X)TT, Receiver.
Gcnernl OffiocN X. W. Comer Fin-t and line SC,
OUEtiON PACIFIC HAILKOAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays:)
T.- Al BIVV. HK1 tl.Hl. I I.V. 1 Atit NA. fit
Lv. t oiiVAi.i.i.! 40 p. m.
An. YAiftNA 6:;0 p. in.
Ah. Aliiasv, ll:lt
HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
Which We Offer for Cash at Prices That Cannot Be Beat.
Will Sell Goods at the Foloiing Prices- for tlie Next 30 Days FOR CASH: -
O & C Train connect at Albany und Ci.rva'.lis.
TliealMve Train connect at Yaqniua willi t!;c
Orepun I.vvcloiJinent ComMiny' Line of
Stcanibliip between Ytmuiim und
stkamkk. From s.
Willamette Valley I
Soother at baud. It is the only sato
medicine yet made that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
or Morphine, but plres the cLild natural
ta$e from pain. Price 25 cents. Sold by
J. A. Beard, Druggist-
Notice cf Appointment of Ad
ministrator. KIOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN THAT THE
11 nnderMftned nan been duly anpoimea ah-
mlnistrator, with tbe will annexeel, of the laist
t .... n .....,t nf iiimm Onllnu-iiv. deceased.
by the CUmntv t.'onrt of l.inn County. OlrcKoa. All
pcron knowing themsclve indeMed to weld es--
tate wiu pivae can iuio. rhul-- ri".i
I hvi!ii? claim .mail l st said ertato will pre-
K'lit Ihcm, pnnierlv veritie-l aetconlinq lo law,
within six inoiitlu to uic ot Ibunoii, Linu Coiin
TX- iiie avt Ry of .ticnt. 1".
' J. A. I.AMLH.IOX, AOinluKrnlor.
This Company reserves the right to change Sail
ing date without notice.
l'aengpr from l'ortland. and nil Willamette
Vullev Hint. can make clone conm-ction wiln
the Traill of the Va'jVIna Koitk al AHxiny or
Cnrvnlltx, and if destined to Sun Francisco, idionl'l
arnuige lo arrive at Yuuiina the evening berore
the dale of Failing. m
Vamicntirrnncl Freluht J in t oh
ALWAYS THE LOWKST.
Allianv Flour, Kcd Crown, per s
While IVans, 20 lbs,.
IV- t Tal lo Rice, 15 lbs,
IJcst Eastern Syrup, 5 gal. kegs,
u ' 1
" Maple , 1 "
New Orleans Iolasses,
(lohten C Sugar, 14 lbs,
Extra C Sugar, 13 lbs,
Granulated Sugar, 12 lbs,
201 Savon Soap, per box..
Cold W ater Bleaching oap
Corn and Gloss Starch, 3 papers-,,
Ge" ! Soda Crackers, jK-r box,,
15 ! Oysters, 2 lb cans, 5- for
00 i Liverpool Salt, 200 lb sacks
100 lb sacks,
" " 50 lb sacks,.
Tomatoes, 10 cans for
C. II. UASWELI
fien'l Fr't & Fasa Afi't,
Greiron Development Co.
San Francisco, Ciil'a.
c. c. noii-K,
Act' it tten'l V. & V. Ag't,
0. 1 H. K. It. Co.,
TJP wtxw would enjoy your dinner
j j and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker's. Dyspepsia- Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. S3 end 9 cents.
J, A. Ucanl, Prtit'gM.
Best lea, 1 lb can,
THE ABOVE ARE PRICES ON A FEW LEADING ARTICLES IK OUR IMMENSE STQCI.
Call Special Attention to Scio Flour, which we Guarantee to be the Bes-
in the State. ' .
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED
HIDES, FHUIT AX1 ALL
KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE. TAKEN
CHANGE FOR GOODS.
GIVE US A CALL,
PEEBLER & BUHL.
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