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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1888)
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1888.
Mrs. CI veland Is staid to have -written
a cardial letter to Mrs. Harrison,
cons-ratuJ.tiiig her upon the general's
election., ' '
len. H.irrifou la rapidly acquiring
the reput tion of the "silent man." It
Indicate? fine quality for the high
place to yhich he has been called.
Four dollars and seventy cents n
minute 1 the rate at which Odd Fel
lowship distributed Its charity and re
lief throughout tho United States dur
ing the past year.
The Vciee, the ieading organ of the
third party, advises the Democracy to
disband ud join the prohibition party.
A Democratic exchange ineldently re
marks that gall and humor are not
I. TVBarnum has finally retired
from the show business with a fortune
of $10,0(0UO. He has been the most
fruecessful showman lu the world. Bar
nuid's foundation was a belief that the
public Uvea humbug, and he hum-
- -la.frgod t.
AoconUng to MunhalUa "Balance
Sheet oi the World," every day the
nun rise upou the American people it
wrs an addition of f :2,5OO,00rt to the ac--nmula:Im
of wealth in the United
Btatcs, which is equal to one-third of
the daily accumulation of all mankind
outeid, of the United States.
Mbiinnn apostles are quite successful
in obtaining recruits at the South. A
party of fifty left Birmingham, Ala.,
recently for Bait Iafce City. Of the
li ft yt eighteen were girls between 12
and j 20 years of age, sixteen were
wouen between 20 and 40, aud the
t-hrs were men and boys. They were
t tie poorest class of country ieople,
and only nine of the entire party are
nbl: to read and write.
Have you enemies? Go straight on
art' I mind them not. If they block
your path walk around them, and do
yur duty regardless of their siate. A
mm who has no enemies is not likely
tc succeed in the battle of life; he is
tr ade of that kind of material which
ii so easily worked that every one has
8 hand in it. A sterling character, one
f. ho thinks for himself and speaks j
wnat ne imnKs, is sure to nave outer
vnemies ami warm friends.
Home time ago several grains of
wheat were found in the windiug
fcheet of a niuniruy in Egypt. The
mummy was at least 5000 years old.
The grains were carefully planted and
reared and a wonderful growth was
"the result. A head of this wheat is at
SleMiuuville. Ou each single stock
thirteen separate head spring forth,
it is a wonderfully prolific grain and
Oregon could raise at least 100 bushels
to the acre. It is a spring wheat. ;
The petrified remains of a huge ani
mal have been discovered lying be
neath the earth's surface on the bank
of the ?e iliiiH driver. near. Percy,
Iowa. The length of the monster.
without the head, which was detached j
f mm t Via. Thoilv iiiranAii rwl nwr frvrtv I
f.t tk r, ..ro hH ! president of the town
dark blue stone, surrounded by petri
fied insects and remains of other ani
mals. It is supposed that the animal
belonged to the carbouiferous age.
J. F. Venner returned from Eastern
Oregon on Friday last.
Hew Carpus S perry on Wednesday
returned home from Wills' station.
Mrs. J. M. Cochran, of Centerville,
is visiting her brother, J. M. Howe.
(Jeorge (Iross, proprietor of the hotel
at Waterloo, paid town a visit Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carpus Siicrry left for
McMinnville to attend the marriage of
Ik-fore purchasing your Christmas
presents, take a look at the new goods,
latest styles, at IMllabury's, the jeweler.
Mrs. It. B. Cochran and Mrs. Barah
Hunter, of Kugeue, were in attendance
at the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth
At the Baptist church, on Sunday,
Dec. 9th, Rev. Carpus Sperry preached
the funeral sermon of Miss Mary War-
mouth, lately deceased. .
Married, Dec. 12, 1SSS, at McMinn
ville, by Rev. Jordan, Mr. E. S. War
ren, of Oregon City, and Miss Simile
A. Sperry, of Brownsville.
Died, Dec. 4, 1S.S8, at South Browns
ville, Elizabeth, wife of Wm. Hunter,
asred 03 years. The funeral services
were conducted by lie v. Carpus Six-rry
at the C. P. church ou Thursday, Dec.
On Saturday X. B. Standish, J.
Moore, R. lietts and Wm. Hartley
started for the III tie river to finish the
trail to the "Lucky Boy" claim, upon
the tunnel of which work will again
EvcrylsKly, "their nncles, aunts and
nieces," should remember that at the
North Brownsville city hail, on Christ
mas eve, Monday, Pes. 21th, there will
be a grand Christmas tree celebration,
to which all are invited.
H. Cross, residing east of Browns
ville, on Tuesday slipped and fell,
striking his arm upon an ax, from
which he" received a Revere cut. The
wound, which was dressed by Dr. O.
B. Reese, was of a painful though not
"His royal highness," King- Santa
Claus has issued an edict commanding
all of his subjects to assemble at the
Xorth Brownsville city hall, on the
evening of Dee. 24, 1SSS, to hold high
revelry and participate in the Christ
mas tree celebration. Come one, come
all, and gladden the hearts of j our
menus ami families with some me
mento of friendship, forgetting not
that this is the time of peace on earth,
good will to all men."
On the evening of Dec. 2o ( Christmas
night, at theM. E. church, tht Ladies'
Aid Society will give a musical and
literary entertainment and supper, the
proceeds to be devoted to the church
fun!. A cordial hi vital ion is extended
to all, and as some choice vocal and
instrumental selections will lo ren
dered, which taken in connection with
a supper, the excellence of which can
be vouched for, all attending will have
a most enjoyable time.
Notwithstanding the fact that your
correspondent, iu a Into issue of The
Extrkss, most emphatically stated
that "no case of smallpox existed'' or
had existed iu Brownsville, and at the
same time published a card signed by
tne town recor-icr and also iv
face of these facts, some person, evi
dently very poorly informed on tho
subject, has very wrongfully circulated
reports in Albany and Lebanon, said
reports having been published by the
Oregon ian (issue of Ike. 7) to the effect
that "the entire family of (Jus Thonip-
were afflicted with smallpox."
CUOW 1CCT ITEMS.
IH:e. 11, 1SS8.
Health generally good.
Jesse Rice started for d rant's Pass
Thus. Rice goes to Albany -on busi
The Oalloway boys are hauling wood
and posts to Lebanon.
Prof: It. A. Clark passed down to-day
with some line beef cattle.
Mr. Jacob Chcsher moved his fam
ily up to Sweet Home last week.
Mrs. II. d. Khun : and family have
Wen up visiting friends and relatives.
She goes lnnne to-day.
Thos. Chesher Is home for a day or
two. He has been working in It. R.
Humphrey's saw mill.
Mr. James Kestor has finished plow
ing for this season. I le has near eighty j
acres of fall grain sown.
Mr. R. Cheadlc Is now making a
very fine quality of butter, producing
about twenty pounds daily.
Rev. dihoncj- preached a most ex
cellent discourse at the Rice school
house Sunday at 3 o'clock V. M.
Hester Bland and Mr. Blodgett has
been hauling slabs aud making a foot-1
way to Lebanon for the children's ben
efit on their way to school.
Mr. diles Powell nud wife and two
youngest children, from doshen, Lane
county, were down vLi;ing relatives. !
They go home to-niorrow. j
School progresses litu ly under the j
able management of Miss Laura Fur-!
row. She is teaching one of the most j
successful schools ever taught in the!
Mr. Leedy, D. D., of Albany, has!
! been very low, but his friends will be
pleas-d to hear that he is again ini- j
proving ami h supposed to ic out o!
Road Supi-rvlsor Stephen f.'oyle is r.t
work with a force of men, nearly every
week, opening the road granted from
James Kester's to Waterloo. He h:is
I GRAND HOLIDAY DISPLAY. 1
1 HAVE NOW FOR SALE
MTlio LnrffOMt Assorlment
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We invite you to come and look through our Maig
moth btock or
EVER OFFERED FOR SALE
Over the Counter in Lebanon.
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
3Lnjiiit Grrns and Tititothy Seed.
PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO.
Hides Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
I WILL SELL THESE GOODS
20 per cent. Cheaper than Any Other Store
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. 13. DONACA & Co.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
madentrond rond as far as he has
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
" m-'r-l t-V!j l y ". 11. !.r.!i::isv.r-1 f
Flour Per ro-h sack, 1 l-; y r bar-!
rel. ?1 r,a. , j
Jtae f:des, lSe l-t r P. i
15-uU- r S-Vh, jH-r 2-l- roll. -SOe.
l-srs 1T l'.eu. 2:e.
t "hU-ken lVr il?.en, -:1 to S'5 5i.
Ducks IVr dozen, common, ?4 0 to ;
Utvso !Vr dozen, 5-7. i
And for Proof
OREGOSUH RAILWAY COHPAHY.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On arw! after !. 2. and until fiuthrr uo-ti-r
trsiiic Ulruii UUy (xroi uu:luj as lol
At Cost! Still to the Front I
!', live rvetuht,
dry, !'e: ur-ell.
Sheep pclt According to wool, 1
r.iV: v. sn;cr, 2 ,
A specimen of the luautiful 5-coiivry j
FOR $1 00,
tui 1. ;
l.v 7 !.". a ta.
Ar TO oo
Portl d MaU.
! Toward Port-
of the Pacific northwest, :s well s:s t j
fine piece of tlse engraver art, i.-t the
supplement r.c-oinp:in yimr the l:V-t
mimltrof thv r-'liore magazine. '
Tills is a largo enji'-ayin?, executed l:i
tiiu, of a i-.ictiiresijne in I'rickiy !
Pear can von, o:i the line of the Mon-;
ti'.na IVntrul raih-oad. One of thi-Se -art
Pupplcnient acctmpiinios every
numler of this excjlhnt mairr..ine, a ;
valuable feature not p-,-v.-cs-. d by any i
other publication. i
Which will Entitle You to a Chance in a Toilet!
Set Worth $20. j
31. A. 3IILLER,
Pi ddle Ranch, Dec. 7,
Mr. Khitob : I have fretju utly j Aforexaid rrjyort i ittifruc cmd icif.'iout
jvn apvertised in the papers a stamp- the lrtttxt foundation. Thr rc is not,
inr tnitftU Well, it appears to us that nor hn there, been a v of mna'lpox
F. M. P. must have one of them fits, j in Itfownrile. The family of Mr.
and he appears bound to staaip spirit- j Thomiwon are in excellent health, and
tialisni out without any rejrard to even ; were not at any time exposed to the
Fi;--f a col.l, then i-o-.ijrh. tiien con-f-uiiiption,
thv-n ihnth. "X tok Dr.
the i Acker's liiisiilsh Ij-mi ly f-a-t'onsump-i,hi-n
tiic mr.iuer.t I !n-u! to conuh.
'"- , . . , . .. , --!
tain: j i.ctu-ve n s:ivcn mv inc. 1
TV.it X. Va!.uc!; W"a4nm:toii. Sold '
hy JK-ard A: atcs.
Kvcryoiic knowiujr thuns.-lvc in- :
dcl.tcd to ii:c will pkasc conic in and j
pay by the 1-t i f J:-.n., i?M, ::? I in-i
tend to put all accounts due me after;
that time in :v.i ol'ux-r's h;:nds fcr col- ;
lection. W. V. DnxAj. ;
SAMUEL E. YOUNG overland to California
11ltTl..lM.l,..W.v:.Ar 6..T0 p.
, 1 oot vl UiicvIii Si
St. Tsui's-. 1
J reach iTairio, H
i. I. Ani-tl, ;1
Jutuix'ii 9 Mill. :
j .wit-rianJ. ;
Kal Junrtfcm, '
; IVm S!t.yt.in, t-;n.-vt-l
North snt inm.
U. 1 0.-diig.
V i ( ..-!. v
G. W- SIMPSON,
c.lltiii y9 Oregon,
uishing Goctl., Bcot
stock of Clothins. Gents'
s Shoes; Etc., of C. Ii
t Co. is now prepared to offer
Better Bargains than Ever!
the survival of the fittest. Hear him:
"Iel tided ictims of BO-callcd spirit
ualism." "Spiritualism in its modern
acceptance is blighting on intellect,
moral and religion." "Spiritualism
"is degrading ill that it excites the
baser passions of the human heart and
lowers the standard of virtue."
You see, thos-c statements are pretty
disease. Aside from this act, the rcn
cral health of the IJrownsviile public
was never better than at the present
time, there being a marked decrease in
the ordinary fall fevers andfcold-s prev
alent at this season of the year. This
statement will be vouched to by the
medical practitioners of Urownsville,
who are much Ix-tter posted in regard
Ka3 moved into his new
hard for us young converts to bear ; t to the physical condition of their pat
it is liable to cause us to Ion; our re- j rons than the self-constituted "health
ligion. But the hardest part to bear is inspectors" who at a safe distance cir
that our spiritual shepherds should so eulate false and erroneous reports iu
long leave U3 poor Iambs to lie thus regard to matters of which thev have
mercilessly used as above. Sister says
when we were little Sunday school
girls the question in the catechism,
,. "Who was the m-.H-kest man?" "Ans.
"Moses," needs revising so as to read,
Jk.ns. James Vinson & Co.," lx-cause
Mones never left his obedient followers
without protection or some sort of
moral support. We was confident;
-while ho was enliuhtening us on this
jicw gospel and talking so fluently of!
-the ignorammusses who might oppose
" tjt, Jthat for much slighter cause he
-woulffliuve 'cried havoc and let slip
-the dogs of war." We do not want to
harshly criticise those "tactics of mas
' " "terry inactivity; but we are not alone
iu thinking that such reticence
Mijcht Uhtly l r ooii-tructioii stranpe
And (five looc fmjry scojk. the raitjrc"
Xow, Mr. Klitor, with your x-rmis-kn,
wc would say to our leaders
' ik horn we know to be so well qualified
for the work-to come out with a refu-
T. S. 1
Crawfordsvili.k, Dec. o.
Austin Uond, of Ilalscy, was in town
Saturday night and Sunday morning.
It. Olass is building a nice fence
around his dwelling and yard, which
is quite an improvement.
Abraham Crisp left here Irst Friday
for the Big Bend country, where he
will remain until spring.
George Pi nicy recovered to-day his
purse and moncy which lie lost over a
week ago. He fell in a ditch and the
purse dropped out of his pocket.
John Baker received a severe wound
over the eye one day last week. I le
was standing by a wagon when the
j hrakc bar flew back, striking him over
j Miss Ivy (ilass received a severe
j wound last week. While splitting
tation of the c-haiges against spiritual-i 8ome kindling wood she made a Iwid
t.m and not quietly acquiesce by si- lick, striking her arm with the ax,
We will wait a reasonable time j tuttinir a vcrv uirlv crash.
Born Pec, 3, to the w ife of J. F.
SME 13 "GRATEFUL." j
'I saved the life of r.iy little u,''-l by
a prompt use of lr. Acker's Kriglii-h !
Ib-mcdv for Con.sumntion.' il.-. !
Wm. V". U a i n. m ax, New Vork. Sold ;
by Beard fe Yatts. j
Call and 55 -e my new Common Sen.-e ;
Harrow, the l.c-t and i-bcapcst harrow i
mr.de. It is made in independent
sections. K:u"-h section can bo cU-aiucj j
without trouble. Any size you want, j
from one to six horse. Also a new !
style of wagon j;-ck, m liich everyone ;
should have. Don't fail to pri-v my j
',3 by lOO Feet, Two Stories1
WHERE CAN EE FOUND
ICTIIKIIX PACIFIC CO M PA X Y
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time Itlntzu Albany and Saa Fran
cisco, 35 Honrs.
California Express Trains Run Dally
CVmotiiiliiUon Tl-ie's two nU -t uJi-
i i-nk- in I:ilUit hvi:i!; Axvnt.
i Train I'c-M-rt r. Freight nuJ
run ft-jnrtttc fna Kr:srUl.
Vrr laht train f.srm rurtlrtii'l. Momla". Wi-ln--!:iv-
Ti:ir !y. Tanli IVicllaiii, Turt-
!:. Tiiurilajs aat'l ?aiunlaj-.
(nn.vtion at Hay" ami F:litarta tamtlHs
iiti SK-iintr H ity of Sal-.-ra" f- Salcin Muinlaya,
WMiin-ily nf.rt Frklny rvtttntfn? frnm Salt-in
Tm-wlnis, "Tlmrvlavf aiiJ S.-iltif'-K. enrwti!ir
iita KaM Mini Wct .-'itlc jtu-e!ir Irain-i. Steam- j
vr - il f S:ilem ninti-y oiif-r Ittowa Ray" j
CH V.-. K. SCOTT. Recover.
;,-i!ir;il Ofliws. S. W. t'orniT Firt ami I'lnt? St's.
-in!antl. Un-ei m.
Having a complete assortment of General Merchandise,
bought at a' big discount, whirli he still jroosos to sell at
cost, purchasers will do well to call and get his prices before
buying elsewhere, as you can save from 25 to 30 cr cent.
The highest market price paid for country produce of all
kinds, either in cash or goods.
r1i?UMl ArT!'!0:U" A. M. '
THE YA0U1NA R0UTIL
OiiEtiOX PACIFIC RAILROAD
Local Parncr Trains Dally (except Suntlay)
; A. M.
-Mi) P. H.
Arrive S IS p. m.
Iatiop 11 ::V A. M.
1.1-nvc '." a. . '
Oregon Deyelopment Co's Stcamsliip Line
The Lamest Stock y
Local Passenger Trains Dally (except Sunday)
t the lied Front black
Josi ru llAttr.ix.
Arriva 1 .Trt f.M.
lx-jivi',;.':.'-'! f.. ,
Arrive! p.m. j
l.-nvi K:-." P..H. i
Many pcr.soiif contract severe ecMs j
duvinu: the carlv winter months and j
permit them to han;; on persistently
ail M-intcr, wcakcniiir the Iuuks and j
pavir.jr the way for catarrh, chrome j
bronchitis, or consumption. No one ! Genera! Merchandise,
can afford to neglect a cold. Afingloj
Lottie of t'hamix ih'.in's t.'ouv'h Kem-j
viy will cure thu niot tcv.'fo cold, and i
cost- hut oO ccnt.s. l-'or sale bv yi. A. !
Mi'.hr. ' . !
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLKKI'INU CAltS
225 SHORTER, 20 HOURS LE68 TIME
Than by fitly isther Route.
Flmt ClaaA Through rssenrcr Freight
Knjut I'ortlntul am! oil l'uint
in the wmatnotle
y to ami fn-iii tan Kram-iMn. Cat.
Boots and Shoos,
1 OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
j For accommodation of 8oeond-t'las3 ! . ..
lit--cngcr attached to 1.x- , time schedule.
prcfw litlllis. l.v. Albany. HW p. m.
'. I l.v. rokVM.l.l.s.l:K'p. m.
. Tlio . V r. 1!. IS. Fcnv iimkes rnntirction with An. YvajfiN A ."::! i. u.
tt 1 1 the reuhir truing oil lite KuM MJu l.'iv. t'ruin j
1 fKil ul K. wwt ' (HC Tnii:i ca-unea-t ill Albany anal Corvallls.
; ! The Mlive Tntin a-oii'i.'Ct nt Yiuittina nilb the
On-rim li-t'Hj.inent f aivany Line at
l.r. YAairisA. C:t- a.
Ar. Albany. 11:10 a.
Groceries. Etc-, Eto.,
Onc-iv;und can a!:noii lo cents at
V. li. lXnii.ca $: Co.'s.
Walla Wnlla w iil ho a free delivery
novto!iU-o afta'r .Tc.nuary 1.
AVhen von desire a pleasant phvsSc, ' ., , .
try St. Patrick'. l'...J For sale by M. j THIS SIDE OF PORTLAND.
West Side Division.
I'ORTLAM) and C0RVALLIS
Mall Train Dally (except 8unday).
T-.Kt a. m
. !. in
Arrivr fi ?p. in.
I.CftW 1 : ia") t. in.
Express Train Dally (except 8unday).
ikd if you fail to put in an appearance
ws propone, with the editor's penuiss
l ion to attempt it 'ourselves!. It may
.-i Haiti of ux, as was eaid of that tra
onal little ox that fought the loco-
ve, tnat our piucK is aai'nirabic,
j-r.-i t! e
nr judgment hardly up to the
rd. Uut wc iHtve access to the
' and resolutions of conventions
. loinfs of ipi ritual ism for over
s. and it noes not neem pofi
the Hecret of its amazing
its pandering to the baser
the human neun. yve
"XLB AXXIE SKRAFIN A
Hurt, a daughter; Dec. 4, to the wife
of Ijawrence Piper, a daughter, weight
11 pounds; Dec. 7, to the wife of J. A.
Blackburn, a son, weight 9 pounds.
J. 11. Wiseman, our enterprising
Mr. irt'i niaun, of C'la-l::iuins county.
dug eighty fair-sized potatoes out of j I
one potato hill on his farm. j ;
:.a:n!.ci hun's Ky,- and skin !nt-; And but few any larger in'
K:rcs. Many ciaRes have Wen per:na-
ncntiv cured by it. For sale l.v M. A.
Parties wishing iumW-r will do well
to give its c call. We have on hand :
I xi . m.
S:.HI j.. ra.
At Allium- ami Corvullin connert with trains ol
Oreif'tl I'm-iflc ntUrnail.
! II In
Slaaillhilis i-l al AN-Il 1 aaallllta anal
'ktkam.k. r From s. K. Him Vamina.
The best is
Till: 4 rfr5iiSj!s4-i
- r-TtnaSiiN ClloylT: tinrV
3 lijGfhtest run-
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
I SOUTH AKD EAST VIA CALIFORNIA.
For full Infortmithni ra'paritins rata, nm!.
!i fan f'oiniiiiuy'ii ukviiI Ht Allinny. .
Anst. G. F
over 1500 fcL-t of fencing lunihcr.
t'oSiitiV." ak ..'Ai!i.!-
The unnienw .!o of ('hainlM-i iidn's
Cough Kerned r has Ix-cn produced, to
a great csent, ly people who have
Wen cured hy it telling their friends
3 ... 1..I.I . ..f : . .......I .Kiw ..i..l
, , , . . , . , . , . ... i illlU llf -IU O I 'i Ol OS l!VJoa.l aiu,iiina, iiaia.(
UackRiaith, haa sold his farm, about ;jr . to lryL T'he most w
four miles from here, lie intends to j vere t.0c ;u yh hl tr its o,th:iig
laiiid a dwelling house at this pltiee j etl'ccts. For sa'c by M. A. M iller.
and move his family here soon. We ' l l - . .. . .
rf n-lllal to KOO SUCh OltlZeLlS as Mr. . ! - THf rJ'WW.WJ 7J-t
moving among us. .If 53 t Vf F-71 P1-
Parties wishing to buy goods,
either whclosalo or retail,
cannot do better than
buy of him.
H. J. JONES,
Miss Clara Hall cave
Friday night at her father
in honor of her birthday
'l- -! brother' birthday, they
" i two davs avtart. About thirty
"ie drugeriist, desires to j foij.s were tjiere. At 10 o'clock a line
that he is aent for j lunch was served by the youg ladies.
, v 'gh Remedy, the j u. B. Derrick has just received a
'V . medicine in use ; lfirjrc stock of iron and other material
a Apmn C"v imp ' ftr the manufacture of axes and other
. r' . . .... 1 , T4 S. ni.nraoi.airl fa tl,ia ailt
or luuir foiil'le ( eoi- iuiu. io aa. a.
a party last ft h M M $ W fM
rcidence L V? rM
and .also her j 8 L7a V'l U tvi R P 3 PAi
ben. only I fed ta w Wz J hi m S
younjr; a &JiA H t- ftiSja
( His business and building; is a
credit to any city.
in let, v
netit. It will
Mnic tint n anj"
a laiRO amount of work, as he h:ts a
tilt hitinmcr. frrind fetone and emery
wheels run hy water power. lie is as
litic a workman as can be found miy
. -r.. JjONCt IlVN:'KY. :
4.tatt:.-l. atwl t'il -.l-a7 itv..v( t-t.-ii
i'.-i t.i fr Miii.r.mrr. II Our l:if Is
tlHi'i!,. liiC t'.. l'iil.-llt t UV;i a, nllil vi a'Htl aali
t.iui C-t:..tn ill li-ss linn Itiiili Omk.' la-ntati- t'ta.lil
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1.Jyi7.a ..a' ! i.:.,n Vi a..!. 1 s: It. iilt'lil
n'.ili'v fr.-c nri liiirvi- ;i::.l Wi- tiUli-a; AO I . I . ."(
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l iar riii-iil. ir. 4;iiii ln-ins unit Ta-fi-ri-i r s I i
naMuiil a-tii.nt in v..nr a.aa rt -t:ila. 4 al r i it a
'iw..ltt i'.ll!o t-t
SAMUEL E. YOUNG,
uli. i-ilv . r j
or. x. 's:ntts!e- it
First and Broadaljoin Streets,
For All tti Leading Magazines and
This t"aiiivoiy iwwi" Ihi? ri;rht to fhns Sail- '
Iiik liates w ithniit ikhIi-c. !
I'ii-w VfiiTu fnatn riiriliin't. il' WUl:miptp
Viillcv Hiiiii. can innka' cirj? coim-.ytiott Willi
till" 1 fai'.lsa Ijf tin- Ylail lM litaCTK ut Allwiiv or
Ariiliiia. ntial if al-tl!icd to San KraiifiaKia. lianiUl
nrru'iYC ! nrrive 111 Vitquinn tlw eveuinie before
1... .i..a .1- ..;ii....
111a- aitna; ui nawnuK'
I'uXHOtlilCl'llllll l-l'ollJCllt ItaltOH j
AIAVAYH TIIK I.OWK.ST. j
KOK IXrOKMATlOX Al'ILY TO i
C. H. HASWKI.I.. ; C ('. HOtiPE. I,
fiain l I "r" t aV I'um Air't, ApI'k tia-n'l K. aV I. AB"t, i
Un-non IH veliiiinanH-o.. U. I". R. K. K. Cat, j
:au Monijiiiinery St.. Ctrvalli-. l.
S:m Kraiiriwo, Cnl'H. I On-son.
Yillamettc River Line of Steamers,
TIIC'-WM. M. lIOAf.." THE ' N. 8. RENTLY,"
TtiK "THRKK SISTKUS"
Aro in por-ia-a a.r Iwath jaapnjrtr nnal freight
trniiii' lK-tvr-u I'nrvjaHi mid Cairtlnnal anat lute:-ma-ilinlt'
(Kiim, la-nvin cciaiianny wharf. Crama'
liia. inul la'xr. Ilulm:n A Co. s wluirf. Niw. SO
11111I 'JttJ Krunl lr.t't. I'ortlaoid. Mottdity. Wedtu -duysnuil
Kri.lHys, nutkitiK three rotitm Uipsciuh
wei-k tut foliuux.
NORTH BOCNU. .
l'nvt Ciirv-iillis Mutiilay, Wealmalny, Frialny,
a. 111.; li-ava- Alt'anv :H0a. 111.
Arriva; ftaila-m. Mvtnluv. Witmiwiay, niay. 3
p. 111.: la-aye Sala?m, Tuailuy, Thunaalay, Sutunlay.
G 11. ai.
Arrive Portland, Tui-xlay. Thursday, Siiturriuy,
3 :m . 111.
Iavc 1'ortlnnd, Muttdtiy, Wi-flttesdiiy, Friday.
6 a. iu.
Arrive Sak-m, Mornlny. Va ealntiaday. Friday. 7:1S
ui.; leave Sali-m. Tue-day, Thursday, Saturday,
a.m. l-eaye Albany l:ai p. 111.
Arrive Ctmullis Tia-sd.iy, Thursday and Satur
day 3:SU p. ui.
Jloww Jlowcrs, licnpcra,
Harrows, Cult ivitti-, Puhcrizci-s,
UiilioM, AViijjoiiw ISnAJ-ifio.
And the celebrated Sherwood Steel Harness.
ome and see us; we will make you happy
G. W. cilUSON,
FORTMILLER & IRYING,
Manufacturers of aud Ir-a2asrj in all KtrvSa
.j Import all First-Class Goods
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.,
A complete stock of Wall Paper, Dcco
ratious and Window Shades.
TJ M r E R T A. VC I r G
tlie Children. They are es
pecially - liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs. Croup, Wliooping Cough,
etc. We guarantee Acker's English.
Reinady a positive . cure. It eaves
Jionrs of anxious watching, a Sold by
J. A. Ir5"1 Inicgltr .
r A and reliable Medicines are the best
iVJVVV to depend upon. Acker's Blood Ei-
Ixir has been prescribed for years for all ten- ;
. . ... ar . c r '
; puritaesoitiieiHooa. mvrj rormui ovrui
inimiR l3TTbiliticor Mercursr-l diseases, it la
j T. fe. PILitiSBUllV,
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