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FRIDAY, XOVEMBMt 30, 1SSS.
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT.
"Whatever Arc would do welt, wo.
must do constantly. If we desire to
b pure and nolde, we must practice
pcrity and nobility. Some men tsecm
to think that all habits lire necessarily
')iui; but a man can acquire the habit
of doin-j good aa stronjr as he can the
habit of doing evil. Contiuual observ
ant of the law habituates one to law
fulness utni respect of law; eveiy vio
lation of law renders another violation
raore easy and probable. .A ruan U
known by his actions. The good are
they, who da good. Words without
deeds ar valueless aa indications of
character. The devil can quote Keri na
ture. The human mind is incapable of ex
isting in stationary condition; a man
must virher go forward or fall behind
iu moral perceptions and prac tices. No
man can expect to ever obtain the
power of doing good work unices he
constantly practices. If a man prac
tices immorality he must expect to
lose- to some extent the immediate
power of living morally. There is a
law f gravitation In morals; there ir
no such thing as standing in mid-air
botneeu morality and immorality.
I7r.lt"s a man exercises his natural
function he loses the power of cxer
cijj. THE I ROMCT1VENESS OF OREGON
The soil here is wonderfully rich and
productive, mid produces wheat, oats,
barley, flax, pons, beans, vegetables of
.all sort.. :v.id staple fruits in their most
SHJrtOOt f rill. rrf on flnnr tnnit
imr.nfled the hisrhest nriw in th
lyivtrpool market, and now Oregon
apples igveen and evaporated), pears
lai..-) . . - ... .,..11 . m
i.upuiiraacHioriuore man me pro- ..hm .-j n;
duct of any other part of the United!"11"' with n dePth of thirty feet,
tlale in Chieaeo. St. Taul hnv nnr ! The baJ" forms a portion of a ranch of
'biS rsd apples" and luscious nrunes.
The yield of both these fruits long
slues accorded the best of '-staples" in
all markets, has been enormous this
year, aud the sight of an average Ore
gon orchard would make the eyes of a
Michigan apple grower or an Eastern
prurse producer turn green with envy.
Prunes ; set out on irood land and wp'h
..inaien win begin bearing in at
leat five pears, that is, so one can call
th bearing a crop. To plant them
will cost, say an acrt. 0f ground, 0;
IS5 trees (the average number set to an
acre), fi? 55; plowing the ground and
planting the trees, $7 50; total ccst
(original) per acre to plant prunes,
5S0 To, including the cost of the laud.
Cultivation for five years may he ?50
or 100. Ot: prune orehardist's eiirht
teres v. ill pay him S500 to ?(00 tliltrJ'
their fifth year. Ex.
Inow that the election is oer, and as
the sni'jke of the conflict has been
eknuvu away by the balmy breezes of
peace and returning harmony, let us
now turn or.r attention to a contem
plation of the maierial interests of the
country Interests in which we all can
re, whether, we be Democrats, Re
publicans, prohia or other party ad-
iwerus. Uo are all
are all desirous of so
- i I',.-,- , . - r x . !
l:iHQitiiliiT til' !.1T:i 1 r nf vfit. a.,..i,- I
; - n vviTn Mi"?.rf
r M,3 ernd Cnd !
.est eiiiJits toaive iti nxnipni t is i
Eew-3, and the Doliti! oTimn.t
. i 7, , ' . , ;
J. " .Jl.JiVUH.tH
is over we nope to enlarge our circula
tion, which we will do our best to
It is that little will soon be left
of Wn. Harrison's personal premises,
Et tlio j;r-r??it rste at which things are
going. Hundreda and thousands of
urdnt, enthusiastic admirers of the
IVeeidit-tltct are carrjing away
kvf ak-. They have taken up bricks
frcrii tbo Bidc-valks in front of his resi-dv.-icr
; have torn down and sawn into
errtii! f.i.-.-cs she fence po6t.4, crops tim
bers and j kkets; have cut away the
hhrtdc- trct-s i i the yard; have even dug
up the stuivps and iosts. At latest
a.n.v.;.inr tirt souveuir hunters were
tiwsnjf otT pieces of the barn and car-
ryintr ihem triumphantly away.
ien. brhofif.-M, commanding the
Amerivstn army, in hit annual repoit,
eV.Is atteni .- to the great number of
desertions fi-ous the army. Every ef
fort has been snade to obtain recruits
vp to th limit of 25,000 men, but the
prniy is stUi j,-;c) men whort. nnti tl,-.
are vacai-.ei.s f:,r that number of men j
- ho wii have rrn opportunity to serve
I-rieie K-ira. Gen. Drnm rrr,,.,.
XTncle K-ira. C-en. Drum rrnimmcn,,
-that 2.c- U i m of enlistment be reduced j
from five to three years, with the priv
ikye f pu. t iiasinfr a discharge.
It is qiii.-tiy whLspered about that
there is a i-cheine being concocted to
get the Ir-islature to buy the canal
and locks at Oregon City. It is said
th-.i-e Tvill be a greater paid lobby at j
or. .em this wmterthan has ever been
known iu th. history of the State. Is
it necessary to caution nienilierR
against t uef .liy of investing thousands
of dollui-s of the people's money in 0
e!ieme? D iii't buy them. Democrat.
The superintendent of the dead let
ter cflioe, in his annual report, says he
luts received during the year 6,213,S7G
pieces of origjual dead mail matter, an
iiier-.:u of 882,513 pieces over the last
year. Of the numlier of pieces treated
during the year 749,513 were restored
tneir owners without opening. In
those opened there was found money,
postal notes si;d negotiable paper ag-gr-gikriug
in value ?l,3Sl,lo7.
, Tio iniiicj ti'!is continue to increase
that Dolph will not have a walk-over
for the 8Mi8torsjhip Hon. Geo. H.
"Williasne is now &itnunced as an open
and avowed csncidate, and thel'e is
s--rne talk of Kx-Oov. Moody as an
Kastern Oregon candidate.
There ara l,8ij.0)0 voters in this
country who can't read the ballots
thf v vote, but none of them have the
-leiist dittieulty ir. making out the fig
ures on a two-dollar greenback or a
tuck of flour.
In accordance with his custom, Sec
reti'ry "Whitney ti-esented each of the
-4(Ki employes of the navy department
with a Lnrgr; turkey for TJiauksgiving
BORROWf NO TROUBLE.
Once upou a time there Mas a man
and woman who planned to go and
spend the day at the houe of a friend
some miles from their own. Bo one
pleasant morning they started out to
make the visit ; but they had not gone
far when the woman remembered a
bridge which they had to cross which
was very old, and said .not to be very
snfo, and she immediately began to
worry about it.
"What shall we do about that
bridge." ' said she to her husband. "I
shall never dare to go over it, and wj"
can t get across the river any ether
"Oh," sa'd the man, "I forgot all
about that bridge; it is a bad place.
Suppose it should break through, and
we should fall into the water aud be
"Or even," said the wife, "suppose
you should step on a rotten plank and
break your leg, what would become of
me ami the baby?"
"I don't, know," said the man,
what would become of any of us, for
I couldn't work, and we should all'
starve to death."
So they went on worrying and wor
rying till they got to the bridge, when
loand behold, they saw that since
they had been these last a new bridge
had been built, and they crossed in
safety, and found they might have
spared themselves all their anxiety.
Now, that is just what the proverb
means. Never waste your time on
what you think possibly may happen.
Borax Mine in Oregon.
One of the most important discov
eries yet made in Orecon is that of an
immense borax deposit in Curry conn
ty. This deposit is on the Bay of Lo -
mar ranch. It is of volcanic oriein.
and occurs in boulders of all sizes, up
to a ton in Weisrht. imbedded in vol
canic mud. The ana of the deposit is
nan a mile in length and 2D0 vards ii
1200 acres, and is half a mile wide,
with good anchorage, and is protected
on both the northwest and southwest.
The first shipment was made to San
Francisco in September, by the steamer
.Newsboy. A townsite will be laid
out, a wharf built, and active opera
tions at once begun. Chemists pro
nounce this superior to any borate of
lime previously known, and as it lies
within a stone's throw of the shore,
where water three fathoms deep is
only 200 yards distant, the expense of
getting it to market is reduced to the
minimum. 1 he borax deposits of Cal
ifornia, Nevada, Chili, Thibet, Asia
Minor and Italy are severally handi
capped by their position in the inte
rior and the expense of getting their
product to market. A valuable indus-
ought to be sneedilv developed
here. West Shore."
The mysterious order of "101" in
Grant county continues to send its
warnings and notices t- leave to the
citizens there. A. W. Waters dared
tlum to approach him and they failed
to come around. The last man to re
ceive the summons to leave was vJrecn
Hudspeath. He replies through the
Harney Items, saying: "I do not in
tend to leave, and I can be found at
' "men JH I llvnUJi iJUI US,
. .. . . '
my farm, two miles southeast of Burns,
ftl au nmtSi ftna Ulat , am pl.epar(.d tQ
Sve these cut-throat, and tools of mo-
"'y 8 reception. The cow-
. . . .
reeviveu is u:moulteilv an expert with
a pen, one who could raise or foree a
note, but when he attempts to frighten
me or other s-ttlers he will find that
! he has bitten off more than h.a .-n
M. A. Miller, the druggist, desires to
inform his patrons that he is agent for
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, the
besst and most reliable medicine in use
for coughs, colds and en nip. No one
suffering from a throat or lung trouble
can use it without benefit. It will
cure a severe cold in less time than auv
other medicine or trentinent ; it is the
only known remedy that will prevent
A young farmer of Land Lake.
Y., killed himself because none of the
girls of the neighborho-xl would marry
him. He was. nerhans. iu.stified in
the act, since a man w honi no woman
will marry must necessarily be of little
account. He, however, dSi-rves u
vote of thanks for breaking the record
of rejected lovers by killing himself
rather than the girls.
It appears by the dispatches that the
country is promised a royal display t.t
Harnson'9 inauguration, March 4th.
The n,,litarJ- part of the spectacle will
wtshme any similar txhibition f-inee
the grand review at the close of the
war. It must be admitted the President-elect
intends lo begtn his official
career in a manner becoming his aristo
Bill Nye says: Compsred with eter
nity our career extends over a time
easily expressed by the word "scat"
uttered in an ordinary tone of voice.
About sixty men are now employed
on the jetty at the mouth of the Co
lumbia. The work goes right along
and material progress is being made.
Parties wishing lumber will do well
to give us a call. We have on hand
over 1500 feet of fencing lumber.
COhHOW & Cari-k,
John ii. "Whittier's great ambition, I
when he was a boy, was to Itccome a
politician. But the world gained by
the fact that he did not lay his pipes,
but piicd his lays.
John Swariz was mistaken for a bear
on the Siuslaw last, week by George
Montgomery and shot dead, dying a
fow moments afterwards. This kind
of gross negligence is becoming alto
gether too coniniou.
Monday evening brakeman named
Leathers fell letwecii the cars of a
freight train near Ilarrisburg and was
'probably instantly killed. Xo one saw
the accident. He was missed, and
going back, the body was fund. His
parents reside in East Portland and he
was 17 years of age.
Chet Terry, a former 'opium smug
gler of Seattle, has embraced religion
under the influences of D. T. Moody,
the great evangelist, who is now work
ing in the Lord's vineyard on the
Sound. Terry has deeded Port Town-
w ijioyei ij. 10 me value or mwj w
Moody as an atonement for his mis
deeds. Thin Moody will convey to the
Farmers in this vicinity have sown
a large amount of grain, and all are
delighted with the warm weather
which has continued thus far.
lion. 8. M. Pennington, of Albany,
has been spending a few weeks at th'8
place. He has recently painted his
residence, which adds greatly to its
J. W. White lectured toa small audi
ence at the school house a few evenings
since. He is traveling in the interest
loPflie K.of I,.
ltev. Walton Skinworth. pastor of
the Lebanon M. E. church, preached
at the Southern Methodist church
Sunday, the IMth. There was also
preaching at the German Baptist
church near tills place by Rev. Enoih
Prather of Southern Oregon.
J. W. Hell has just recently com
pleted a handsome store building,
which would do eredit to any place.
He has it nicely filled with a well-assorted
stoc k of groceries and general
merchandise, which can be had as low
as anywhere in the valley. A first
class stoic has been much needed
here, and Mr. Bell deserves the appro
bation of the people for the very enter
prising spirit which he has manifested
since coming in our midst. XXX.
An Keoncniirat Start.
The KUensburg Capital says: "A few
days since a young couple arrived in
ElhMisburg from Yakima in a covered
wagon. They had two hearts that
beat as one, one soul with but a single
thought, and a miscellaneous assort
ment of tropical fruits and squash.
Their hearts had twined as the pump
kin vine, and th ir voices were honeved
j with dew. But this hasn't anvth'msr
I to do with the storv. Success ntten.led
I . ..... . . . . . .
j them in the disposal of their fruit ; the
n agon was empty and the purse w as
full. The aforesaid couple concluded
they wanted to wed, ami they did wed
that very day. But when night, gen
tle night, came, the youth from Yaki
ma hied him to a hotel and hired a
room for his bride, which ho iuconsid
erately permitted her to occupy alone,
white he took up commodious quarters
iu the wagon bed. It is iust such in
difference as this that lost the capita! !
Horticulturists are now endeavoring
to breed out the tmublcwome core from
apples. We quote from the Nov York
Tribune: "Two eswes lately put on rec
ord of seedless forts of apples o:ic of
th?m represe nted as a large and good
winter variety come directly in class
with Prof. Claypole's proposition to
.vreed out the troublesome eorr. from j
the best ot fruits. It is worthy of at- j
tcution, especially ns the trees are!
much more exhausted by the produc- j
tlon of seeds than bv that of their de-t
velepment, and usually tl:e moscsuds !
the less of the eatable pulp aud the'
harsher its quai:ty'." !
JCV.rrecv.1 e, l;y by C. 1. Jler.ttupw.l
Flour Ft r o0-ft sack. ! 1": perLRi
rel. f-1 ;:-0.
RiiHin Pid.-s, I'Ji- per lb.
Butter I- !th. pi r 2-ib roll, 4V.
Keg- !Vr dotii,
( 'hii-kt-ns Pt r ! zen, $2 50 to $3.
1 ;vks IVr dt z. n, iciumon, 54 CO to
?": IVkin, Si.
Gee lVr dozen, $.
Turkeys I't r lb. live we-glit. Sc.
Uid-s 1 r ft. dry, C-: green, 3r.
Sheen relts AeJLriHnu- to ivmii
IX-cr skin? Hummer, 3-")c; winter
Overman, the leading :
T we've life-saving stations are to bo
' u:lt on this cot within a year.
Win n you dtTtre h plt'suuint phvsic.
try St. litiiek's l'ilis. For sale bv M.
The largest stock of harnvss and ad-
dies in the valley at Thompson & Over- j
man's, Albany. j
lis intending physician. Dr.
i ..... ...
year to 1
Wni. Muiiti, i-.nd thus commands his
entire time. The contract is for twenty
years, or until Mr (.iould'a death.
debted to the undor-siirned nillplenso'
settle up necounts nnd oblisjo.
T , , , 3
LH. J. ts. ( OVRTXEY.
Harness n?id saddle, at Thonian &
Much the Newest
Xobbiest and Largest Stock of
In the County
Is Now to be Seen
0X THE COUNTERS
A .When you want toi
"dress up," we would jf
t be glad to show you .
jjUhrougli and make the i-Trio-ht
'lllllllHMi, IMn Hit IWI l-.S't t.i.Vli.
'.ii.K-,1 . lor MniU KJ II-: h'KKS Uiir oliiiv is
piKtviit. i;,.. :. I',m-,il iii:t. nn. I v.f i'iiii .l.
i:n I'm. .mis-In losa liittit it. iin ri nw.li' tioin
II' I ..'.' w. i ns. v,i, Mt'iil l.. hi: I l i.Y.- i.r
!linii,.r inv.-iii i.Ki. 'u U'tvix- ii" l.i jiinm
-'.:!ilv fr I i hun;.-mi.l w ln:i!. ,U lUM.Ul'.
i .v.A- r trrxv i-: i i;n.
I'.tr i-M-t-iiwir. ii.lvi.-'. l.-rtiiM Hi.tl Ti-iVroitco?! .
.h-Iiim! r-! ii-i i is hi xi.nr oivii M11I4.. '..tinl v. I-it v r
SAMUEL E. YOUNG
Has moved into his new
43 by lOO Feet, Two Stories
WHERE CAN BE FOUND
The Largest Stock
Boots and Shoes,
Groceries. Etc-, Etc.
THIS SIDE OF PORTLAND,
And but few any larger in
Parties wishing- to buy goods,
either wholesale or retail,
cannot do bettor than
buy of him.
His business and building Is
credit to any city,
SAM U E L E . YO U N G J
First and Broadalbin Streets,
- ALBANY, OREGON.
J. L. Cowan.
J. M. Ralston.
RANK OF I.RRANflN
Transacts a General Baniin Business. !
i Artcrilt Kept Hul.Jrct la Cbtrk.
Lirhintr Hold on New Vurk. Sn 1'ran-
j n ''T.'"" Td "-
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
oiti:t:ox pacific railroad
f X? "' -C6B ' ""c
Thau ly bdj- ot!i-r I'.oiiUr.
U. - ,... r,... .
From rirUitu.1 nml Mil roints in tho Willamvtlu i
Va'.ky lo and fnm Snu t r.inriw, CnL
, . .
Oltl.tJOX PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE. (Except Sundays:)
I.v. Ai.rawy. 1 X) p. m. I I.v. Y.wHls.t. C-45 a. m.
I.v. -kvi.ux .l:4i.i p. a. j I.v.Cukvai.1 i.U)::a. in.
Ar. 1 AviVi.NA 5:;w p. m. At. Albam, 11:10 a. ni.
Dsl' Trains reiincrt t AHafiy an.l I'orvallt.
Tiie o!hjvo Tr iin riinHt I nt Yumiin.n with tbv
Urvs;iiii l'i-vv!i!ni-nt l inupany-s 1. inn of
elfituiNhiixi U lwovn Yminiua ami
H.UMXfl HATKfl :
kica wfi:. I Khmii s. K. I Kn.m Y:i..iTfmi
Willnni. no Vnll. v
1 Vr. fi
1 1 7
lui-. I .'
IH v. 24
T!ii Vmi(iry revrrve the right to chunt'e Sail
mjf (latcii Hliont notirv.
farnirir from IVriluml. ami !1 Wittamettr
Galley can nukf cliKt i-uiiiieoiinn with
ihi- Trnius of the YmiI'im Kiu tk al Alhnnv or
Cin allis. niic if tlcqinnl lo sn Kra:ir!M-o. kIuhiIiI
arrancr o arrivi' at Yanina Ihu CTcuinn btforc
iLe time of utilinj,'.
I'lissenKerniHl 1-Vf-Iyrlit IInt-M
ALWAYH TIIE LOWEST.
KOR INFORMATION AVH.Y TO
f. tr. tt swki u v. : houi k
:'n l Kr't A Tas Aif't. AcC Urn'l F. i I'. Ag't.
i.iritiri 'VI .'li;tiiciu t ... o. J . rt. II. l f "
Mir.HKMnvty St.. j CurvallK
San Kranoivco. Cal'a. ! Oregim.
Willamette RiTer Line of Steamers,
THE' WM. M. IIOAC." THE "X. 55. EENTLY,"
THK -TlHi EE SISTEKH'
r In .r.- i . .. . r. t .......... 1 r . i .
.. . . ."i -. t-iii;.- aim inicill
tniliic U-Ihiii 'r iillis and I'orllaiKl anil Intor-
inviiii.K- immiiik. iivnii: nmipanv h wlmrr. Corval
Ii.. ami Mown. Ilnlniaii A w harf. Niw. isw
anil tfJ Kmnl Mrn... IWiImti.1. Mnn.lv w.l......
il.-iys ami Fridays, making llirw i-oumi trjpo each
wvek us follows.
NOKTH HOC NO.
Iavo fon-alliJ Mmidnv, Wednefiliiv, Friday
s a. 111.: it-avc A'.I.nny '.wo n. m.
Arrivu Salcin. Mo'mlav. Wcdni'sdHV, Fridav, 3
p. in.; leave Salvsn, Tik-mIiiv. Thurmlav, SiinirU'av.
i a. 1:1. Jt
Arrivo Tortland, Tuesday, TliindiiT, Suturttny.
p. m. " "
Leave rortltiinl, Monday, Wedncwlav, Fridav.
6 a. m. - ...
Arrive Snleni. Mnndav. Wednewluv. Fridav, 7 IS
p. 111.: leave alem. Tiiednv, Thunday, Sulurday
0 . in. Ix'ave Albany l::io p. in.
Arrive Corvallin Tuesday, TluirMThy and Fatur
dny a:.lo p. m.
Cifwvp tlio Children. Tliey are ee.
y?vrv pecjaiiy liable to Budden
Colds, Conglis, Croup, WLoopinij Cough,
etc. Wo guarantee. Acker's English
Remedy a positive care. It eaves
hoars: of anxious watching.. Sold by
J. A.Seard. Drusrsritt.
Bargain List of Real Estate
FOIt SALE BY
It. CYHU8 &, ' 00
Real Estate Agents,
Lebanon, Linn County, Oukuox.
Lebanon Is a thriving town of nlout
600 inhabitants, pleasantly situated In
the midst of the most favorable portion
of Linn county and also or the Wil
lamette valley. It is the terminus ot
the Lebanon branch of the O. & O. It.
It., 13 mih8 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 liirge va
riety of products. Sonic 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 miles to the famous min
eral springs at Bodaville, and 6 miles
to Waterloo, where there is a magnifi
cent water power and also a mineral
spring. Altogether, this is a most de
sirable loeatlou for settlers.
Linn county is finely situated for
commerce, being crossed by two ndl
roads north and south and one east and
and the Willamette river on the went.
Look Over This List of Bargains and
Coma and See Us. Wo Will Treat
?L"50- ;0. p,j
174 acres, situated 7 miles from Leb
anon, 50 acres under cultivation, all
under fence, and plenty living water ;
two-htory lox house and good large
barn: 3 acres gor.d orchard. This is a
good sdock farm, having plenty of good
1,000. sro. 101.
-if' acres S miles from I.elcmon, .10 to
35 aeres in cultivation, 4Uaere p.-inturc;
one-story box lions-, lar-re nrn tiOxCO
feet, orchard of ISO bearing fruit trees;
fruit house and dryer; ph ntv of water;
one mile t:schtNl. Terms, "si.OOO cash
and balance to suit purchaser.
a.14 acres. 4 miles from I-banon, 115
acres in cultivation, 141 In pasture,
balance brush nnd pasture and some
timber; house, barn and 2 acres of or
chard; water convenient. Terms, 3,
i'M cash, balance one year.
?V0. Ko. 140.
320 acres, 9 mil s from Lebanon, (?0
acre in cultivation, 100 aeres under
ft nee; a good house. Warn SO feet long,
and other ut lupuses, S acres orchard.
Terms, $!,i;0U cash, balance one year.
i2,m. No. HO.
CO acres of level land 3 miles from
Lebanon on road to Sodaville, 30 acrt s
in cultivation, lii acres in crmss: irood
! one-ftorv house, small barn
.-chard. Terms cash. "
80 acres, 0 miles t. F.. of Lebanon, fci
acnn in cultivation, CO acres pa-tuiv.
10 acres of timber, all fenced, well
watered; no building.
ItW aeres 1 1 mill fmm
; acres imurovw" ion nmlcr
. imjx liouso and douhle log
, is will watered.
S-'.-VO. No. 1S2.
IheSt. Charles Hotel nnd Lait.tr
shop In blancn. 1'ay $4." ptr moiitli
rvnt. Furniture included. Lot W.13"
No. ST. !
!W) acr-s3 miUfj from Ielmnoii; about !
100 ceres in cultivation, balance in pas- I
ture; jijor house; barn: laitro nrche.rd:
tlno ;n!S- lend. Terms, ?2.XK cash, I
balam-c t i suit purchaser at 10 iht cent
. x r i M -ft
on ii u iioiu ia.'ihiio,
neres in cum viillon, UMlanee uasture:
X)d llolHHilli.l lunl.'.rnu. u,Oin..l I
tl... r...... ..i. . i , .
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niii(ii;i. lit i its r-t Tim.iii ciutt
Sood orchard. i
-'J7 acres 8 miles from Ix banon; 125
acres hcitvrr dam land, 35 aens in cul
tivation, bnhinee pn-ture and brush;
box house, barn and small orchard.
?!0.ooo. No. 1P7
4s7J acres 8 miles from lA-banon, 125
acres In actual cultivation, 25 acres
in meadow; VAK) acres in grass for pas
ture, S7 acres tiniKr and brush; CO
head of cuttle, 10 head of horses, 4(1
tons of hay, about tlOO bushels of oats
and other feed and seed; farming uten
sils, wagon, hack, etc., ali go with
place, llasy terms.
Emigrants, buy farms near Lebanon,
lecause the soil is good, prices low, lo
cation pleasant and healthful, facilities
for niarkftmir nrfMliir imatif i.-.i
arieiy oi prouuets unequaled.
t I'nuu Lebanon, bv rail, to Portland.
92 mill a; to Albany, 13 miles; to Ya-
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iuinu vny, ;n nines.
Hend stamp for descriptive pamphlet
of Linu county, to
A. R. CYRUS & CO.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
H O UT 1 1 E UN I A C I F I C CO M r A N V ,S
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time Ijctwovn Albany ami San Krancsco, 35 honry
California Expreat Trains Dally.
i im r. i.
Fori land Arriv.
San Fraciien l.eav.
7 .i K
:! . M.:
ii A. M. Arrivo
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except Sunday
8:(ia. m.; I nns I'ortland Arrive Is I
ll' l'lr. M. I vnve Allmnv 1.. 11
2:10 p.m.; Arrive Klluene Leave I 9:itK)
Local Passenaer Trains Dally (except Sunday)
f::.'i a.m :Aav Lebanuu Arrivu W:fii i.
I'.':.'i(l'..!lavi. Albany Arrive :.-0h. m
iiW I'.Ji.j Leave I bunnu Arrive il:;'p.ru.
:!) r.M.U':ivo Albany ArriveJ:l. p. m.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLKKPINO CARS FOR
nccoiniiKxlatiuii of Soc-ond Cln. Pas
seiigor utUuliod to Expres-s Trains.
TllO n AV f II It V.il-l-v- ...1.
- .-- " - . J ........... v.l.lt . ,1,FI 1,11
all tlie regular trains 011 the East bidu Iiv. from
10m qi i. Mireei.
West Side Division.
PORTLANI) aM jCO RrAI JLIS
Mall Train Dally (except SunAy).
7 :a. m.i lA'iive I'ortland A rri ve 6 2 ) pTuT.
l'J:y.p. m.i Arrive I'orvallU Uav l: J)i). 111.
Express Train Dally (except Sunday).
l:rMi i. in.
K1W p. in.
At Albany and f'orviilHs rmin..i u-iih .1
Oncon I'ue'irte railroad.
ThroiiKli ikkuta to all points Skiuth oiul Jjiht,
-For full infonnation retranllnc ratos, map',
ete.. call on eonnanjf- agent at Albany.
K..KOI.HLEK, ' E. F.WKiER?.
Jiuiiascr Ajwt. g. r. & rase. A3? at.
Wc invite you to come and look through our Mam
moth Stock of
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
3tuHquite Oti-Ms mid Titotlir ooa.
PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO.
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DONACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
OREGOHIAK RAILWAY COMPAHT.
CHAS. N. SCOTT. - Receiver.
On am: nfiT .fHn. 1. !W. nnd outil Cirthfr nc
tlrr trains uLlrun daily txcept Muulayj as lul-
Ar 4.15 p. m.
' Arr I.JU
; 1 0)
I.Tll.(ra. m. It!:TfM.l'.AW.V
J;h:i.Hi s Mill,
K.i.-l Si.V Jui.c
W,-t S!a ,-sij.
Xi-f.li s-.: :i.uu.
l. !'. I'riifitie.
Wr! Sel l.
I lit re-.-,
1 il'J. .-!?.
6. 11 A.
I V I.v
n: fta::tfii lijivins Att.
ruu M'jsjtr.i'e Iruiu Freight.
Frt'ir?: zn frin Fr:I i:M?. M.-nrtnv. W!nr-
i .r .... - .
i n nil Mciuocr tlty (.-( ?a!otn ' fur ScU-ta Momlav
" -r-'--y ': n,n returo!;i frtnu Sl
: utrMMx l mrvlt:yi ari l rr.'.uriii'y. vs:nii
"' rt JW fniiKiT train. S.cs
trrtitM ss:nn kn lm-fcr ke,a Kav
' aii'i r l;
itiaru l-a!iiJi!:" ilaiiy. S;mdavs i-xti-:
CH.vS. X. SCOTT. Receiver, j
nrr Offc. N. W. Corner Fir--t cil Mn- Sf
Wm. RL'THERFORD, Pkoi'kietor,
HEAI.F.R IS ALL KINDS OF-
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
ximt c;N hand
Fresh Mineral and Soda Water.
Opiate Esehange llotel.)
Ibajcos. - OflEVOX.
A V IT D ' Q Sugar-Coated
r I Un W Cathartic
II the Liver be- Q I I I Q
comes torpid, if the I L IsaO
bowels are constipated, or if the stomach
fails to perform its functions properly, use
Ayer's Pills. They are invaluable"
For some years I was a victim to Liver
Complaint, iu consequence of which I
suffered from General Debility and fndi
gestinn. A few boxes of AVer's fills
restored me to perfect health. W. T.
Brightney, Henderson, W. Va.
For years I have relied more upon
Ayer's Tills than anything else, to
my bowels. These Pills are mild in ac
tiiin, and do their work thoroughly
nave user! them, with frru.) .t
cases of Rheumatism and Dvspensia.
O. F. MUler, Attleboromrli, Mass.
Ayer s Pills cured me of Stomach and
Liver troubles, from which I had suffered
for rears. I consider them the best pills
mode, and would not be without them.
Morris Gates, Uownsville, Jf. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious Fever,
which was followed by Jaundice, and
was bo dangcroualy ill that inv friends
despaired of my recovery. I commenced
taking Ayer's Tills, and soon regained
my customary strength and vigor.
John C. I'attison, Lowell, Nebraska.
Lastsprina I suffered preatly from a
troublesome humor on my side. In spite
of every effort to cure this eruption, it in
creased until the flesh became entirely
raw. I was troubled, at the same time,
with Indigestion, and distressing pains in
By the advice of a friend I began taking
Ayer's Pills. In a short time I was free
from pain, my foot! digested properly, the
sores on my body commenced healing,
and, in less than one month, I was cured.
JSainuel D. Whito, Atlanta, Ga.
1 have long used Ayer's rills, in my
family, and believe them to be the best
pills made. S. C. Darden, Darden, Miss.
My wife and little girl were taken with
Dysentery a few days ago, and I at once
oeean eiving them small doses of Ayer's
Fills, thinking I would call a doctor if the
disease became any worse. In a short
time the bloody discharges stopped, all
pai n went away, aud health was restored.
Theodore Ealing, Richmond, Va. tt
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Jtfaaa.
Sold by nil lH-alcrs in Mcdlvluo
BEARD 8c YATES,
Druggist and Apothecary,
Drugs -:- and -:- Medicines
-Paints, Oils and Glass.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Etc.
And Fancy Toilet Articles.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY CO?lPOUNDED.
Jjr't Si-eft, Jbanon, Oregon.,
I At Cost! Still
Having purchased Iho stock of Clothinc. Gents' Fur
nishmg Good?, Hoots, Shoes, Etc., of C.C C. Roland
& Co.? is now prepared to offer
Better Bargains than Ever!
Having a eonu-lete flsortinput. nf Hcnnroi .Aro,.,
1 1 l.i" 1 -.i .v.i. i.iviviiaiiuiso,
I bouglit at a big discount, which lie still proposes to sell at
'cost, mirplinsors: will vt-11 H 1 .
: i u
J wiving elsewhere, as you can
xui.- juiiiix-.-M illitllvfL lri('
kinds, either in cash' or goods.
The best is
We are also prepared to furnish on short notice
any machrne from a butter worker to a steam mill.
We keep on hand all staple implements, suce as
HatTowB, Cilit,, Pulverizers,
Hallow.- AVnjsoi Uuif-ies.
And the celebrated Sherwood. Steel Harness.
OST'Coiuo and see' us; we will make you happy
G. W. CRUSON,
" . "' - '
to the Front!
iu van j;tu ins prices noioro
save from 25 to 30 per cent. 1
TI.Hlii tnr fnimtir I..
Si lightest run-
': made. "V -