The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, October 26, 1888, Image 2

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    F1UDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1888.
ADJOVIiXMEXT OF COXCMES&
Saturday at 1 o'clock the longest ses
sion of congress in the history of the
country cams to an end. The session
IrtHted 321 Jays, and in both horfeea
there were 1.,5S9 measure introduced.
Of thta uumlwr only a few bills passed
both houses and became laws. When
one considers the hills that did pass he
is struck by the fact that, with the ex
ception of the appropriation bills, if
congress had not met the country
would be as prosperous and contented.
Among the measures of public In
terest that have become laws are the
following:
Relating to permissible marks on
mail matter.
For division of the Sioux reservation.
For a conference with South and
Central American nations.
I,imitinjf the hours of letter carriers.
Making I,leut.-Geu. Sheridan gen
eral of the army.
To establish a department of labor.
For an International maritime con-fi-renee.
Requiring the Paeifie railroad com
panies to maintain telegraph hues.
To prohibit the coming of Chinese
lalHrers to the United States.
To create boards of arbitration to
aetUe controversies between common
carriers and their employes.
To prevent the return of Chinese la-
fcorvra to thi9 country.
To aid state homes for disabled sol
diers.
Changing the daks of meeting of the
fleetoral college.
TO THE YOUXO MEX OF OliE-
GOX.
it
I desire to have a kind and friendly
talk with the young men of our coun
try on the question of your own inter
est and future welfare. by should
not the native boys of Oregon fill the
positions of honor, trust, profit and
emolument of this great country? Do
you want to turn over the interest,
destiny and management of your na
tive land Into the nands of foreign and
imported men and women? Do you
want all the doctors, teachers, lawyers,
statesmen and ministers in Oregon to
be men of other states? Well, then
listen, and I will talk kindly on this
subject.
This heaving, busy, driving world
demands three essentials from ail who
would stand at the helm in all the
busy marts of trade or in the learned
professions:
First Knergy! Eaerpu.' The world
wants, needs and must have live men
men with ptish and vim, who know
and value time as though minutes
were dimes and hours were dollars.
Second The mind must be active
and well trained; it must be prepared
by education and proper development
to grasp with vigor and activity the
living Questions of the day and with
rapidity to solve each problem
presents itself.
Third Moral stamina must be the
foundation on which rests all energetic
and intellectual worth. "Clean hands
and a pure heaif'are the only foun
tlutions of real prosperity.
Energy education moral character
a trio that deserve and demand suc
cess in any department of work-
I long to see you succeed, to build up
yourself and your country with vou;
but without these essential qualities
you can never have permanent success.
Nature has opened wide her hand in
liberality to you and your country, but
her profuse bounties will be no gain or
profit to you unless you be a hero in
t he great battle of life. Somebody is
going to reap a great harvest in the
future development of this country.
There are boundless resources here
awaiting the magic touch of enterprise
that will ere long spring into existence
as railroads and emigration spring
upon us. Why not the sons of Oregon
spring to the front, and by energy,
education and moral worth, storm the
fort? Your fathers and mothers faced
the perils of the plains, braved the
dangers of savage opposition and over
came the difficulties of a frontier life
to give you this fair land. Then come
away from all evil associations, from
. . . . . . . .
uar-rooms ami gaming tames, irom )
haunts of idleness and sin; pluck
bright honors by the crown and hold
this land as a grand and glorious heri
tage bequeathed by your noble ances
tors. This can only be accomplished
by energy, education and a true appre
ciation of moral dignity. J.
IBAHl'UKDItVIUE.
Chawfobdsviixe, Oct. 22.
Clark Baker is building an addition
to his residence.
Sam Lewis, of Sweet Home, visited
his brother last week.
Mr. Pennington is moving into the
house vacated by Mr. Lewis.
T. A. Lewis moved to-day to his
place about one mile from town.
Martin's Magical Theater was here
last Monday and Tuesday nights. It
was very well attended both nights.
Mr. Cross passed through here last
Thursday with his engine. He was
taking it up near Morgan's mill to run
a shingle machine this winter.
Yesterday was sacramental occasion
at the Presbyterian church at this
place. The service, which was coiv
ducted by Rev. R. Robe, was well at
tended.
Charley Jackson moved back to his
ranch Inst Thursday. He has been
living below Brownsville for the past
year, e are glad to see him among
us again.
Mr. Fugh'a family gave a party at
their residence last Thursday. It was
attended by fifteen or twenty lads and
lasses of the community, all of whom
enjoyed themselves very much.
School began again to-day. Mr. Fin
ley returned from Centerville last Sat
urday, where he had been to visit his
relatives, many of whom were very
sick with typhoid fever. He left them
all better except one of his nieces, who
is not expected to live.
Married At the residence of R. C
Finley, Oct. 17, by G. W. Pugh, Esq
Mr. Erastus Stewart and Miss Mary
Workman; at the residence of James
Keeney, Oct. 18, by O. W. Fugh, Esq.
Mr. Samuel Stewart and Miss Bessie
Keeney. These two brothers came In
with teams from Priuevllle ten days
ago, married, and started home with
their brides to-day.
Some excitement was caused last
Thursday evening by a runaway horse
on the street. Mrs. Lixr.ie Fox tied up
her horse at Mr. Tugh's store, and
while she was in the store the horse
succeeded In getting the saddle turned
under his belly, which frightened him,
causing him to break loose and run
down Main street at a furious rate and
threatening to scare several teams. It
required the combined efforts of several
men to stop him.
ur. inouipmn or this place was
o tiled last Tuesday to eo to Mr. Me-
Kiuuoii's place, near Lower Soda, to
dress the wounds of Henry McDowell
and sister, who were hurt in a run
away accident. hen the doctor
reached them he found they were not
as seriously hurt as it was first report
ed. They proceeded on their way
across the mountains next day. They
were pretty badly bruised up, but no
bones were broken. It seems almost
a miracle that they were not killed
outright.
FROM JERUSALEM.
Mr. M. E. Heam recently wrote a
letter of inquiry to the the U. 8. con
sul at Jerusalem, and received the fol
lowing reply, which contains some in
teresting Information about that his
torical city:
Unitkd States Consulate,
Jerusalem, Sept. 17, 1H8S.
M. E. Heam, Esq., Lebanon, Oregon,
U. S. A. Dear Sir; In reply to your
letter enquiring as to Jerusalem, I have
to say, I would advise no one to come
here with the idea of making money
or even n living. It is a rare exception
when this is dono. Under a different
government things might be belter;
but with everything taxed crojvs,
trees, whether they bear or not, cattle,
etc., etc., what can be expected? Prop
erty In the vicinity of Jerusalem can
be had at a reasonable price, though In
the city It has greatly advanced; so has
It at Jaffa, where the orange groves
are. This ought tube a great oil and
wine producing country, and it would
be were It not so taxed. Money here
loans at from 12 to 30 and even CO per
cent; banks pay 6.
The general appearance of the coun
try la of a land under a curse; arid,
except in the rainy season, when it
bursts Into blossom, and rocky. The
plains of Sharon and of Esdraelon and
Jenreel are an exception, being rich
and fertile In the extreme; so also the
valley of the Jordan and parts of the
Land of Moab.
The present population of Jerusalem
is 50,000 one-half Jews, the rest Chris
tians, Moslems and a few Druses.
Manj come here from England and
America from religious motlvs ; so also
fr-m Germany and other places.-
The Bible speaks of the future of
this country. To that I must refer you
for such information. "That is some
thing, as Dundreary says, "no man
can ttlL Yours truly.
Hfjcry Gil i. man.
AN'SWKK TO "SKEPTIC."
"Prove the whole world was drowned
in the flood?" No one of intelligence
has ever said the "whole world" that
I know of. The Bible account Is that
Noah and Ids family were saved. The
truth of Jthls biblical history is con
firmed by legend)) of China, Coreo,
Htndoostan and Egypt. ThePurthlans
were the first to furnish a written his
tory of the flood even before Moses
wrote the Bible account. That man Is
a very dull student of history and very
Ignorant of geological observation who
does not see in the fossilUferous forma
tions on tho earth's surface, even on
the highest mountains, evidences that
the earth we now inhabit was once all
under water. Every strata of the earth
furnishes proof of an aqueous forma'
tion.
Joshua said, "Sun, stand thou still
upon Gibeon," 10th chapter, 8th verse.
There is no denial here of the earth
being round, or of Its dally motion on
its axis being the measurement of
time. Joshua onty recognized the God
of nature and Ills ability to control
nature. The Bible was not given to
teach us science, but the way of eter
nal life, and Joshua could only speak
In the Intelligence of his day. He
used the simplest language and plain
est speech that could have been used
for the Divine interposition in his be
half, and lie neither controverted sci
ence nor did violence to the cause of
truth. J. R. K.
Bargain List of Real Estate
FOR SALE BY
11. OY1XXJ8 Ac CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Lebanon, Linn County, Orecion.
A I'arri.
Mb. Editor: I r.ish to correct a
statement made in The Expiumb in
regard to the marriage of J. D. Wilson.
I esteem Mr. Wilson very much as u
friend and neighbor, but I utterly
deny having anything to do with the
marriage ceremony. I have not the
authority, as I have not yet, nor do I
ever expect to attain to the "Rev."
But I do know that on Sunday, Oct.
8, 1888, Mr. J. W. Wilson and Mrs. Ida
Sines were united in the holy bonds of
matrimony by Elder Judson Loofbur-
row. at His resilience ten miles north
east of Lebanon, Linn county, Oregon,
and I hereby tender the happv couple
my congratulations and wish them
much joy and a long and happy life.
M. IXKJFBUHHOW.
A traveling man, stopping at the Lee
House, Campbellshurg, lnd.. on learn
Ing that a lady In the village was suf
fering terribly with eramp colic, cave
the landlady a lotlle of medicine
which he had with him and requested
her to take it to the sick woman. The
medicine relieved her promptly and
she believes saved her life. It was
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and 1)1
arrluea Itemed v. the promptest and
most reliable niedleinc In use for Bowel
Complaints. Sold by M. A. Miller.
Thompson & Overman, the
harness dealers, Albany.
Lebanon Is a thriving towu of about
000 inhabitants, pleasantly situated in
the midst of the most favorable portlou
of Linn county and also of the Wil
lamette valley. It Is the terminus of
tho Lebanon branch of the O. C. R.
R., 13 mllea from Albany, overlooking
the beautiful Albany prairie, and con
trols the trade 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 4 J miles to the famous min
eral springs at Bodavllle, and 6 ndles
to Waterloo, where there is a magulfi
cent water power and also a mlueral
spring. Altoguthcr, 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
Coma and Saa Us. W Will Treat
You Well.
11,750. No. 80
174 acres, situated 7 miles from Leb
anon, m) acres under cultivation, all
under fence, and plenty living water
two-story box house and good large
barn; 8j acres good orchard, 'ihls is a
good stock farm, having plenty of good
outside range.
fl.GOO. No. 101
acres 8 miles from Lebanon, 80 to
35 acres in cultivation, 40 aeres pasture
one-story box house, large barn OOxtiO
feet, orchard of 150 bearing fruit trees
fruit house and ilrver: nlentv of water
leading one mile to school. Terms, f 1,000 cash
and balance to suit purchaser.
We invite you to come and look through our Mam
moth fetock oi
urocenes, provisions, looacco, uigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
IvHiiHfitiite Orass mid Timothy Need.
In Decemlier the county school su
perintendents of this state will vote on
the adoption of a series of text books
for use in our public schools for a term
of four years. If they vote to make a
complete change in our school books
it will in many instances work a hard
ship on parents who have books to buy
for five or six children. Great care
ought to be exercised in the rejection
and selection of books. No change
ought to be made where those in pres
ent use are not radically unfit for
school purposes. The present manner
of changing books every four years
ought to be extended at least eight
years. This would give the superin
tendents a longer rest from the impor
tunities of book publishers, who at
such times torment these officials to an
extent which almost renders life burdensome.
SODAVILLE.
Town dull.
Plenty of soda.
James Ireland is sick with typhoid
fever.
Miss Cora Lolton is suffering with
typhoid fever.
Mrs. II. A. McCartney has been ill
for some time.
We are glad to learn that T. Healy
is convalescent.
We are glad to note that Mr. Bill
Pound is able to be up again.
Wm. Newhouse is visiting here, and
is talking of locating in our midst.
Messrs. Bashor and Hardman, both
of Spicer, have moved to our town.
Our school is iiva prosperous condi
tion under the management of Prof.
McGhee.
Mrs. Dennis Klum, who has leen
sick for some time, we are glad to say
is Improving.
Dr. Courtney, of Lebanon, is seen in
Sodaville quite often now. He is wait
ing on Mr. Davis.
Miss Lena Haupert, who has been
stopping in Albany, is at home sick
with typhoid fever.
S. P. Haney, our hotel proprietor,
who got hurt a few weeks ago, is now
able to be up and around.
Prof. W. A. McGhee's new dwelling
house is nearly finished, which adds
to the looks of our town very much.
J. W. Grimes and brother, of Hariis
burg, spent last Tuesday night in our
town. They came over after a load of
soda water.
V. W. Parrish has been at work on
a new soda spring located just back of
the stores, down at the foot of the hill.
They have tested the water, and it is
very good.
Frank Davis, of Lexington, Or., was
brought here sick a few weeks ago, and
has been very sick ever since with ty
phoid fever, but at last accounts was
improving.
Mr. Hanson, of Philomath, was in
town this week. He came here with
the intention of buying property and
moving here, but wc do not know what
arrangements he made. Y.
Question.
Here are some more questions which
I ask Rev. J. R. Kirkpatrick to an
swer:
If God Is all wise and was really the
leader of the children of Israel, whv
was that nation a heathen nation as
compared with ours?
In the 45th chapter of Genesis, Sth
verse, are these words: "Ho now it M as
not you that sent me hither; but God."
Why are his brethren to be condemned
for selling him? Skeptic.
An attempt to obtain natural gas at
Cle-clum, W. T, is being vigorously
prosecuted. The boring has now
reached a depth of a little over COO feet.
Even if gas Is not obtained, the result
of the boring will nave proven that
vast wealth In the shape of coal, which
can be easily mined, lies beneath that
town. When down a little over 400
feet a stratum of coal seven feet thick
was struek. It is intended to keep on
boring the gas well until a depth of
1000 feet is reached, if a good flow of
gas is not had before that. The com
pany engaged in this enterprise is
wealthy and has spent upwanls of
flO.Ouu already, including tho work
and cost of machinery.
There are now 140 men at work ou
the Cascade locks improvement, aud
the number is to be increased soon.
The largest stock of harness and sad
dles in the valley at Thompson & Over
man's, Albany.
J:.y Gould is said to the richest man
on earth, his estate being estimated at
$275,000,00;).
For cholera morbus use Oregon Elec
tric Relief.
Much the Newest
Nobbiest end Largest Stock of
CLOTHING
In the County
Is Now to be Seen
ON THE COUNTERS
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Albany, Oregon.
$5,000. No. 1.V
334 J aeres, 4 miles from Iebanon, 115
acres in cultivation, 141 in pasture,
balance brush and pasture aud some
timber ; house, barn and 2 acres of or
cnard; water convenient, terms, f 3,
oOU casii, balance one year.
$3,500. No. 140.
320 acres, 9 miles from Lebanon, 80
aeres in cultivation, iw acres tinue
fence; a good house, barn 80 feet long,
and other outhouses, 5 acres orchard
Terms, f 1,000 cash, balance one year.
$2,000. No. 14rt.
0 acres of level land 3 miles from
Ijcbanon on road to Sodaville, 30 acres
In cultivation, 122 acres lu grass; good
one-story house, small uarn and youn
orenard. i emis casn.
$550. No. 152.
80 acres, 0 miles S. K. of Lebanon, 40
acres in cultivation, .10 acre pasture,
10 acres of timber, all fenced, we
watered; no building. .
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PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO.
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
Wc Guarantee Fair Treatment to AIL
W. B. DON ACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
OREGOKIAK RAILWAY COMPAIT.
(Llmitfd Line.)
CHAS. W. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On and after Jan. 1. lw. and until further no
tiro train will run dally (xcr fcundar) u fol-o:
EAST SIDE.
Cutmrg Mali.
From Portland.
$1,400. No. 1
200 acres 11 miles from HnuaviUe,
acres improve', 100 under fence; good
lox house aud double log barn; place
i is well watered.
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$3,500.
When vou Avant toA Ln 1,,Hti
The O. P. Co. is reaching out for
business. The Astoria Pioneer says
an aent of this company was in As
toria and offered to deliver freight in
hat. city from San Francisco for about
half what the O. R. & N. Co. charges.
It is their intention to ship by rail
from Yaouina to Albany, thence by
steamer to Tort land, and from Port
laud to Astoria by the steamer Telephone.
The time is fast approaching when
thousands of home-seekers will take
possession of this country, and all the
hill sides that are now of no use to any
one, and bring no prosperity to the
country, wiJl be covered with fine
peach, pear, plum and prune orchards.
People now hare their attention di
rected in Oregon, and every week add.
to tic s-t i ly iiK-rcj. e of cur pouition
A Car. for IMarra'.
Mr. J. A. liurnison, of Colburg,
Montgomery Co., Ia., has found out
how he can cure any case of Diarrhoea.
Two of his children had the disease;
for alout six weeks he tried four di tier-
cut patent medicines without benefit.
but he finally got hold of a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrho?a Remedv, which he savs com
pletely cured them, end is confident it
will cure any case when the plainly
printed directions are followed. told
by M. A. Miller
Notice.
As I have sold my property and desire
to go elsewhere, I would like for all
those indebted to me to come forward
and settle, as I must have my money.
J. O. Rola NI.
"dress up," we would
be glad to show you
through and make the
fright price.
No. 1R2.
Charles Hotel and barber
shop In Ijcbnnou. l'av $4- per month
rent. Furniture included. It 60x159
feet.
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$4,000. No. R7.
160 aereaS miles from Jjebahou; about
160 ecres in cultivation, balance in pas
ture; poor house; barn; large orchard;
hue gr&ss land. Ttrins, $2,000 cash,
balance to suit purchaser at 10 per cent
interest.
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$a,ono. No. 154
t25 acres 6 miles from Lebanon, 270
aires in cultivation, balance pasture;
good house and two barns; school house
on the farm; place well watered by
Ft rc and Added i springs; 2 miles to railroad station;
good orchard.
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MILLINERY GOODS,
SUCH AS
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Rib
bons, Etc., Etc.,
Which I am Sellin at Prices Never
Before Offered in Ijcbanon.
f 1,800. No. 1S5.
207 acres 8 miles from Ijcbanon; 125
aeres beaver dam land, 35 acres lu cul
tivation, balance pasture and brush;
box house, burn and small orchard.
frnnmittatkm TU-krat two cents per mile on
aie at stations having Agent.
Train with riw-njrrs. Freight and Express,
run aaratc from rrcisut.
rrht train fiirat Portland. Mnndara. Wednpa-
davj and Thursday. Towards Port land. Tues
day. Thursdays and Saturday.
Connection at Koy' and Folquartx T.andinirs
witn strainer "flty itl wiiem lor saltan jionnav,
Wedte?dar(i and Fridav returning from Salem
Ti"dT. "Thnralara and Saturday, eoniwt-tiuc:
ilk Kt and We Side nassenrer trains. Sieani-
er'Tltrof Sulem make transfer batween Kar"i
nd Fulquaru Landings daily, Sunday excepted.
CHAP. N. SCOTT. Receiver.
General Offices. K. W. Corner First and Pino S's,
Portland. Oregon.
Call and See These Goods and
Get Prices.
MRS. G. W. RICE,
Milliner, Lebanon, Oregon.
VVC VClXSOtN. SodAEi,""r
k warranted, la because It is the best
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tively care all Blood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the
constitution. Kcniember, we guarantee it.
J. A. Iieard, l)rugKi"t.
J. L. Cowan.
J. M. Ralston.
Notice.
All persons knowing themselves
owing us will please make arrange
ments to settle, as we need the money
The killing of Bud Douglas at Cracker fn our business. Yours truly,
Creek and John Smith at Weiser City
on the same day brings to light a re
markable coincidence. It is said that
John Smith was quite recently on a
visit to the mines at Cracker Creek and
remarked: "I'll be the first to start a
graveyard in the new camp." Bud
Douglas, hearing Smith's remark, re
joined: "Not much, Smith, I'll get
there myself." And Bud Douglas did
start it, but Smith was at the same
time trying to keep his word good.
Baker City Democrat.
Ague cannot be permanently cured
until the system has been thoroughly
cleansed of all morbid matter. Qui
nine and other febrifuges will check it
temporarily, but it is sure to return
unless the system has been cleansed.
For this purpose there is nothing bet
ter than St. Patrick's Pills. They not
only physic, but thoroughly cleanse
the entire system aud will, in most
cases, prevent ague and like malarial
diseases if used as soon as the first
svmptoms appear. Sold by M. A.
Miller.
For any pain use Oregon Electric
Eelict. It will cure you. You will
find it at Miller's drug store, who
keeps a splendid assortment of drugs,.
4 iwtent
dries.
medicines and. dj'iiggists' suu-
Akdrews & Hacklkmak.
Wanted.
Ve will pay 50 ets. per roll for choice
butter. Thompson & Watkus,
Browns vil le, Oregon .
Harness and saddles at Thompson &
Overman's, Albany.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY-filVEN THAT I WIM.
not be responsible for any di-bu contracted
by my oi, 3. V. Findlcy. W. K. FINDLEY.
October 3, 18SX.
St. Charles Hotel
LEBANON, ORKGON,
N. W. Corner Main and Sherman streets. Two
lltocks East of Uailroad LH'pot.
H. E. PARRISH, Manager.
Tables Supplied with the Best the
Market Affords.
Sample Rooms and the Be?t Aecominodiitions for
Ci nv-nurcial Men..
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE.
BANK OF" LEBANON,
Lebanon, Oregon,
Transacts a General Banting Business.
Accounts Kept Subject to Check.
Exchange Sold on New York, San Fran
cisco, l'ortland and Albany, Oregon.
Collections Made on Kairorablo Terma.
Brownsville, i Orjjn.
110,000. No. 107.
4.S7J acres 8 miles from iA-bannn, 125
acres in actual cultivation, S acres
In meadow; 300 acres in grass for pas
ture, 37 aeres tiniler and brush; 50
head of cattle, 10 head of horses, 4(1
tons of hav, almut 300 bushels of oats
and other feed and seed; farming uten
si Is, waeou, hack.
place, lasy terms.
etc., all go with
Emigrants, buy farms near Ichanon,
because the soil is good, prices low, lo
cation pleasant aud healthful, facilities
for marketing produce unsurpassed,
variety of products unefjualed.
From Leo anon, by rail, to Portland,
92 miles; to Albany, 13 miles; to Ya
quina bay, 05 miles.
Send stamp for descriptive pamphlet
of Linn county, to
A. R. CYRUS & CO.,
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Development Co' s Steamship Line
225 -SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME
Than by any other Uonte.
First Class Through Passenger A Freight
Line
FROM
From Portland and all Points In the Willamette
Valley to aud Irora baa t rauciscu, l &l.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE,
l.V. Ai.bawy, 1O0 p.m.
Lv. CoitVAlxIs.l :-tti p. m
As. YAMUi.NA b.M p. m
(Except Sundays:)
Lv. Yaji:Ina. fl:T, a. m,
I.v. CVmvALijslO.Kfta. m,
A. Albany; 11:10 a. m.
O & C Trains connect nt Albany and Corvallis.
The abova Trains connect at Yaqnlna with the
UreKoii iwvelopmcnt company s i.me oi
Steamships between Yaijuina and
t-ail Francisco.
BAIMNO IATKS:
HTbAMKK.
Willamette Valley
Willamette Valley
Willamette Volley
From S. K. From Yaqnina,
Nov 1.8am
Nov 12,4 pm
Nov -'4, 10 am
Nov. 6
Nov. 18
Nov. )
This Company reserves the right to change Sail
ing dates without notice.
Passengers from Portland, and all Willamette
Vnllfv nnints. can make close connection ith
the Trains of the Yawvina Roctb at Albany or
Corvallis, and if destined to San Francisco, stiouia
arrange to arrive at Yuquina the evening before
the date of saUilig.
Passenger nnd Frolsrlit Ila tea
ALWAYS THE LOWEST
FOIt INFORMATION APPLY TO
C. H. HASWELL,
Gen'l Fr't & Pass Ag"t,
Grepm Development Co.,
:04 Montgomery St.,
San Francisco, C'al'a.
C. . HOGUE.
Act'gOcn'l F. & P. Ae"t,
u. r. K. K. K. CO.,
Corvallis,
Oregon.
CL c vv.r the Children. They are es-V-5
VXVTV, pociajiy liable to sudden
Colds. Couelis. Croup, Wuoopinjr tjooern.
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Eemedr a positive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching.. Sold by
J. A. Seard, Druf gitt.
"ARCADE SALOON."
Wm. RETIIERFORD, Phoprietok,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
ALSO 0 UANU
Fresh Mineral and Soda Water.
(Opposite Exchange Hotel.)
Lib a son, - - - Obkgos.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
VIA
SOUTHERN PACI FIC COMPAN Y'S
LINES
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time between Albany and Fan Francsco, S3 hours.
California Exprass Trains Dally.
4fli r. M.
S:0ft P. M.
40 A. M.
1-oave Portland Arrive:10:t0 a. .
Leave Albany Iavc 7.-0T A, .
Arrivo San Fruclseo Leave r. J.
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except 8unday)
8:00 A. M.
12:10 r. M
2:40 P.M.
l-cnve
Leave
Arrive
Portland
Albany
Eugene
Arrive S tftp.n.
l.enve'11 So A. m.
IiCave a. w.
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except Sunda)
ft :l.' a.n
l'.!:nO P.M.
2:00 P.M.
8:10 P.M.
Leave
Leave
Leave
Leave
Lebanon
Albany
Lebanon
Albany
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
Arrive
6:30 A. M.
lJsip.m.
-':.'. p. m.
8:10 P. M.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS FOR
accommodation of Second Class Pas
sengers attached to Express Trains.
The O. A C R. R. Ferry makes connection with
all the regular trains ou the East bide liv. from
foot of F. street.
Weet Side Division.
BETWEEN
PORTLAND and CORVALLIS
Mall Train Dally (except 8unday).
7 SO a.m.
12:i')p. m.
Ixittve
Arrive
l'ortland
Corvallis
Arrivei:lo p. m.
Leave'! :30 p.m.
Express Train Dally (except 8unday).
4 :.hi p. m.
8-00 p, m.
Leave Portland Arrive I 9.-00 a. m.
Arrive McMinville Leave I S:45 a. m.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with trains ol
Orejron Pacific ruilroad.
e-For full information regarding rates, maps
etc., call on company's agent.
It. KOLHLER, E. P. ROGERS,
Manager Asst. G. F. t Faxs. Agent
cvco sgaa
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
aumntion. Coue-hs. etc. Did you ever try
Acker's ED?lisli Remedy? It is the best
preparation Known for all Lang Troubles,
old oa a positiva guaranteo at 10c, 60c
J. A. IiRAKP, Tru;rp:ist.
BEARD & YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
DEALER IX
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines
EPaints, Oils and Glass.--
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
PERFUM ERYg
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED.
Main Street, Lebanon, Ortyon.
SWAN BROS.
SUCCESSORS TO
G. W. SMITH,
.
DEALER IN-
STOYES and TliWAEB,
IRON PUMPS, ETC.
t
Tin,. Copper and Sheet Iron Ware
EAVE SPOUT, ETC.
All Kinds of Repairing done on
short notice.
THE WOVEN WIRE BED.
THE STOVER
Improved
The best is
always the
cheapest.
MWmmm lightest run-
s
The most
powerful
easiest and
-.ii.Try 7 'v W'-rjV!
1 .
ning mill
made.
We are also prepared to furnish on short notice
any machine from a butter worker to a steam milL
"Ye keep on hand all staple implements, suce
PIowh
I Iarrows,
liaUcN,
Mowers,
Cultivators,
Wagons
Heapers,
Pulverizer,
Dusj-jglea.
And the celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
Come an$ sq? us; we wiU make you happy
G. W. CRUSON,
Lebanon, Or,
J
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