The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898, January 11, 1889, Image 2

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. TnAVELIHQ AGENT,
Wt hisvc niipti-ji'il Mr, 1. 1). Shaw
t :n t !s irnv tva ngcut fr The Ex
r:i? tut to !unt snlKer!ptloit and
ti.lvcr-tivnwnt-. lie is tutUmrtwit to
cuik'tM iamry due us ami receipt f-r
the rsniv. We hope h will la t mi led
kindly wherever ho inuy po, and nil
nrtii h s liovn him will be nppreoi--.h
d liv us.
It is etim:iled thnt the next census
will fhow a ivpulathm of G4,0;X,tVO
people in this tiimiy-y, and it will cKt
-1,00 0.M, or lrt cents i)itw, to have
their nunius r jjisteml.
n.o presidential ek-etors will meet
nt SkU-vsi t ho second Monday in Jaun
tily mid oftt the voles of Orejjon for
onj:imin Harrison for President of
the United States,: Hon. J. C. Fuller
ton will oarrv the vote to Washington.
A pieetini; of the Fanners' (onftro-9
lias been milled by the president, M.
Wilkins, to meet in S:ileni on Jan. 11,
10, for the purjoo of taking notion
in t elation to ijuefiions of Interest to
1h lironiht before the ensuing session
of the Legislature.
A quiet revolution fteems to he going:
on in both paitks upon the subjec t of
"eivil service reform." Democrats who
oiifc opposed now think it is a good
thing:, while Republicans who once
favored now bitterly oppose the meas
ure. -
There is now aptottite to every one
thousand men, women end children
in the United States. And if the ex--tiif--vs
of carrying the mails waa
charged up ro rata,e-M-x citizen would
v,.-.-, ...... . k . . . . t - . . . . f. . i.
iiis mail carried, nnd nostinips tbuy.
jSo5anon W. Hardesty, of Clackamas
(vunty, recently secured a pension on
account of disability, with arrears
mounting to ?12,SI I 2x. This is one
-ff-fhe largest sums ever tiUowed on
tension tteeourst. HardeMy lost both
eyes and was shot through tlie thigh
in Lattle.
"7 " " .
Ilciilroad Conmanv for eleven months
of the vr jut dosed have reached J
iho enormous sum of fortv-two and a
half million dollars, of which sum
fourteen and a half million dollars are
-loar profits ever and above the oper
ating expenses.
On the expediency of npjviinting
Mr. Blaine to a position in the cabinet,
ilr Harrison might take under eon
si;Kration the advice given by a cele
brated traveler, who, when asked
which of two roads were best, replied,
'Take either and you will wish vou I
had taken -the ether before you are I pc-ti.ing dinner: .Vr aiul Mr Wm
half through." I rrj-, Mr and jtrs C F Stanard, Mr
.-. -J and .Vis T S Pillsbury, Mr and Afrs G
Tli e Oregon State AgrkuUural Col- C Staiianl, .Vr and .Vrs C Thompson,
lege ask the help of all ihoae interested j and W O Stanard.
In the institution in obtaining a col!ec-j At the residor.ee of George Cooh-y,
tionof the minerals of the State for j South Brownsville, a family reunion
purposes of instruction. It 13 requested ! took place, there being present .Vr and
that thos having specimens of ores j Mrs D Irvine, of Sprague, Mr and Mrs
and minerals which they are wiiiing S Geo Wright of lit ppnrr, and the rest
to donate to the college, forward the j dent members o the family.
Amete.J.H. Irish, Pre:es; r of Chcm-i The Mis-va Archibald also received
'stiyaird Mineralogy, Osteon Agikul-! company, entertaining to dinner a
TuralCoJiege.CorvaiUs, Oregon. Wells, large nuaibcrof relatives and personal
Fargo & Co. have ofl'crwd free transpcr- j friends.
tation for matter of this nature. At T P. M., at the North IroM iisvil!e
i City hall, the Stavton Cornet Band
The bid provuting for taking save n dramatic an.i niUHical ett.rtin
leventh census of the United atos j ment to a crowded hu the tvea
1s now pending in the Se nate. Cnder j KBcntortaiimM?nt ending with a ball,
thisLill the census will be taken in j R t .Meh mxmhoTS of our voullg folks
ISirt, and the scntdule of inquiries . trj piwd the lt g!vt fantastic."
will le tlie same as in the last census, . ...
a lit the volumes will be limited to e5arot 1SS3, which has passed
v: ven . The objects of these are to ue axva' -! v,nf to ' ,,M leTt "lwn
.a follows, viZ: (1) Population and So- OUr, T'n th of many joys.
. , . .. , '. . T ! and also sorrows. During the ever
isl Statistics relating thereto; (2) Pro-; , . & .,.
t ct ,t. . ... caantrnig passage of time familiar facts
nets of Manufactures: 3) aiming; (4) ; , - 7,1, " ,
.. ,- i-. i 2 i .and weil-known land-marks liave
.vuiiflie; a loiiaui niitt itiu ;
t tatLslics; (6i "aluation and Public j
Indebtedness; and (7) Statistics rtlat-l
Sag to railroad corporations, express,
teK-grapb and insurance compar.i-.s.
THE DEADLY CYCLONE.
A terrific cyclone visited the western hand in hand with the passage of life1,
part of Pennsylvania Wednesday after- ; time lias elealt kindly with our public,
ui-juSfiT"-Great damage was done? anei j the past year having been over-bounti-i-iany
lives Were lost, the cities of j fui in its product of grain and cereals,
Heading and Pittsburg being the prin- ! our farmers reaping average crops, cur
t ipr.l sufferers. The storm struck the I merchants meeting with no financial
!".iading silk works, in which 17-5 girls failures, and the general health of
-..ore working. The building was a i Brownsville and suberbs being, for
Vuge structure four stone1 high, nearly this, in some sections of the world,
0 fuet in length and 1C0 feet wide, sickly year, free from epidemic disease,
(id ' was ' uioftt substantially built. The storms that have devastated por-
1 ."hen the storm struck the buildinsr
it fell to pieces as if composed of so
s -.any building blocks. Nearly 200
iuniaii beings went eiovvn in the awful
v-reck, tliris with blackened faces,
, I I'uiseel and broken limbs, their cloth
iig tuitereei and torn, el ragged them-h-lves
from the ruins. From seventy
r'.ee to 100 escaped or were dragged out
ly their friends. These, of course,
-oj-ki-d on the upper flmir and were
tiirown near thv : top of the debris.
pace will not permit us to give the
t artir-ub-rs of this terrible disaster.
. f aty hoi Mings were wrecked in Pitts-
I U and many people killed.
: . ...... i
,:ob- djkkst school msTRiCT. j
. -i i -it j .i .!
Mr. Peter La I-orge killed a pig that
. , . ,,rt , . j
weighed near SOD nounels.
Miss Anna Dunn is teaching a very
tueeessful school on Sand Ridge.
Mr. L. II. Igctt has the finest fall
hcat'I have seen on the prairie.
.livJrtsfr3e4;Fson' is Sahi on his
f.irui. He p. n'd family are now enjoy
ing good health.
Mr. Henry Klum has some goats on
l.is bane's, anel is preparing some fen.
io keep them in bounds.
School 5a progressing splendidly liere
vndeT the able management of Prof.
A.Nrv.b:
r-rry. ana lie deserves spe -
:'d mention as to met nods employed
iubis school inanagemcut: First, he
u-'Aiir-'-s individual study; second, ia-
i": lielual feludy leads to thoroughness;
rd, he looks out for school property,
i.j well as that cf the pupil, thus being
e ,.b'v useful to.thu interest of his pat-
T"
; " i ble. Wagon and BOX and set of har-
e;,;itlisls are .prcposmg t put P ) ess far'saie cheap for ch. Iron har
. Jit eaiincries at Eugene, Ii''-' row3 or any other work done to erder
d Ashland. a: the Ped From blacksmith-shop.
X-I'-PlvSS
t.l.'IHNlIi l 1 .
"15 iv. Kay, Jr., of McMi.'ii ille, U
viitio'j home ft'irud.
II. J . C. Averill U (tufiVrinir from un
attack f i'.l-.io tof j;iet,t nexerity,
O. 1. fiwhow, Jr., on Thursday hwt
returned from Butte City, Montana.
Married. iVe. 30, 1SRH, by Ikw Car
pus Sperry, Chariea Howe and
.Vary I. Martin.
On the evenings of tho p:Vit week
Clark Braden has delivered a series cf
lecture on Christianity, which wire
well attended.
W. O. Stanard on Hunday left fer
Portland, havinar been Kiitnmonod I y
telcKriiph to attend hi son Mace, who
is suill'ering fnm an attack of lung fe
ver at East Port land.
Pied, Friday, Jan. 4, 1SS'., Mrs. Ad
die Hall, eldest daughter of Ella and
L. C. Rice. The funeral services took
place on Sunday at the residence? of
the parents of the deeciifed, Rev. Car
pus Sperry olllciatintj.
On Thursday tiiht, Jan. 3, 18S!,
Dowdall lodge No. 10, K. of P., In
stalled the following oillcers for the
ensuing year : F C Hancock, V C; J H
Wilson, V C; Owen Ostium, P; Henry
Archibald, M A; J J Sawyer, K of It
and S; II B Moyer, M of F; S B Bar
ger I) 1) O C.
Brownsville lodjre, No. C6, A. F. Sj
A. M., on Thursday night, Dec. 27th,
installed the fallowing otlleers for the
ensuimr year : J. P. (Utlbraith, W. M.;
W. T. Coeliran, S. W.: J. P. Ciolcy,
S. W.; Peter Hume, Trcas.; C. H.
.Canard, Sec; IX. H. Curl, 8. 1).; J.
M. Howe, J. D. Linn chapter, No. 19,
li. A. M., also installed the following
enicers: W. B. Blanchard, H. P.; J.
M. Waters, K.; O. P. C.whow, 8.; J. P.
Oalbmith, C. H.; J. M. Howe, P. 8.;
H. II. Curl, It. A. C; Thos. Kay, Sr.,
(i. M.3d; W. B Smith, i.M. 2d
V.: C. Sperry, (J. M. 1st V.; F. F.
Croft, Trcas.; P, Hume, See.
Jan. 1 SSD, the Bank of Brownsville
reorganized with the former members,
J .V Abyer, W It Kirk, V Hume and
J P Galbraith, who also ai ts as cashier.
The capital stock has been increased
to?:T,000, and as the past year, ex
change will he sold or. New York, Han
Francisco and Portland; also advance
! money on approved paper, or collat-
eral, reevlve deposits, and transact a
the eucee attending their businew
dar,B. lhe year, the stoi.-kholdersi
have ben jobligvil to incix-ase the eap
ital, and have now placed upon a firm
footing an institution the want of
which has, long been folt in our general
and tuisiness community.
New Year's day was generally ob
served by the Brownsville public, hol
iday festivities superseding LuIness
quite a number of ladles entertaining
friends. Dt and Mrs I W Ktarr re-
ceivetl company, the follow iag guwts
partaking of a most luntifwl and ap-
i gone, giving place to a 3"oung and
growing generation, improvements
more in keeping with the advance
ment of the times, and business based
upon a more settled ami firmer foun
dation of financial security. Aside
from those cares and sorrows which go
; tions of many of our sister States of
i the East have been but productive
t rains in Oregon; the cyclones and tor-
na Joes that have laid waste tracts of
rich farming sections in the Eastern
States, have only leen felt by us as
gentle zephyrs, and it can be truth
fully said that privation and hunger
are unknown to the ptxiple of this sec
tion. A glance around town will show
niinv nnu- mi1 uiiLatttfut t .1, 1 1 l 1 1.
and will also convince the most skep-
J tiea.1 that our manufacturing ami mer-
' eautile interests are not on the wane.
I Fresh capital anei energy have been
added to the already firmly established
business enterprises for which Iirowns-
villo is well known, and it would seemi
as if 18S3 opened with the most bright
. fa
and nattering prosiects lor this a me;t
, , ,
T. S. P.
Several years ago Chamberlain & Co.,
ot .dcs .Moines, lowa, commenced ine
manufacture of a cough remedy, be
lieving it to be the most prompt and
reliable preparation yet produced for
I coughs, colds and croup, that the pub-
, lie appreciate true merit, and in time
u, was certain to oeeome popular.
I Their most sanguine hopes have been
Ami thnusrtiid U)ttlfsof Ohnmlrl.uirs
Cough Rvinedy are now Kld each year,
iM" klvo.VI, It ... (.r'
),; k .1 l l t XX I I 1 f,r 1 iia lilt- If.TM Ill-Hit.
; severe cold in less time than any other
! treatment. For sale by M. A. Miller, j
I have lust FOUJX fiout what farmers
need. They're DEAD gone on my new
harrov,-. inada IN inden?ndent ...
liens, to order; eich section can
ibo cleaned
and moved without trou-
mi
('Ji AWl(.lU'i-V! 1.1. 1?, J
A. A. llnM is bv.il lii's a lurgi
bant
o i iii. 1 it.
Gcoit" Flnl'-y nent to Albany last
week on I'Usincss.
Miss lUUe Chalice received tiew
parlor organ last Tuesday.
Moses Bits, have ercted a flue la g.
building for curing and storing bttcou.
Charlie Itiee and ids sister, Miss Inn,
returned to Corvallis lust Tuesday to
attend school.
Dr. Thompson and family moved
on to a small fc.rm about one mile from
town last Tuesday.
J. B. Cox moved Into his new house
Irst Tuesday. He Is still making othi r
improvements on his place.
Messrs. J. II. Bci tt A Hon liave em
ployed a fine workman from Chicago.
They are pushing work In their tan
nery at present.
Mr. Lawrence Pljior moved on to
Mrs. Cox's farm near this place last
Tuesday. He has Uen living on (HF.
Elliott's place for the past year.
Harry Chance and family, who llveei
about three miles above here, moved
last week on to Henry Bateman's farm
about four mile below Brownsville.
Mrs. May Thompson opened a school
hero this morning. The regular dis
trict school was out a few ilayB ago.
Mrs. T. is teaching a subscription
school.
The band boys have just rceelvtd a
new lot of fine music, on which they
are practicing hard, as they wish to
git their share cf the playing next
summer.
Mr. J. Pennington lias rented the
building formerly occupied by Mr.
Pugh and added an addition to it. lie
intend to open a llrst-elas photograph
gallery in a few days. He lias gone to
Ilugeue to procure n part cf his outfit.
Married, en Jan. (I, 1SSP, by Bev. R.
Itobe, at the resilience of Wm. McCaw,
E. N. MeCaw and Miss Ida Murphy.
The ceremony was wltncss.-d by a few
i f the near relatives. The band bovs
turned out this evening anet serenaded
the happy couple with some of their
best music.
A basket sociable wr.fi held hi-re 1 is!
Tuesday, which was a suoce'ss both so
cially ami financially. The receipts
from lhe Mipper wore $38 4". The
money wa appropriated to the church,
f-'i leing used to finish paying for the
organ and the remainder for paying
the janitor. After supper the land
played a few pleecs. A e-ollcetion was
taken up for them, amounting to 50.
Mr. Oscar IVrrlek sang some songs,
made a comic speech, etc.. tor which
the audience gave hltn f 1 35. Herald.
rtns iiiiiGE.
Jan. 7th.
No snow in sight yet.
Farmer are still to be seen plowing
fer their spring crops.
Marion Downing Is erecting quite a
niee d welling, barn and out buildings.
f-'cheel started up the 7th after two
we ki r. f hol!.d?y vacation witk a large
attvU ldiice.
Tl.c mu?np3 liave been jawing and
checking some of our elailin's. "Git
u-, y. u scandair
Bi;l Hlavena has got hack from Grant
county after a long absence and is now
stopping with his mother.
It is needless to attempt to describe
our eiiir many society githerings.
"We've Ik til whopping 'em up and are
pleased with the result.
There has been one more happy
couple's hearts made as one since
"Democrat" figured in the KxPKi3s,
althoii'Tti h hoivpj fr. ninl t'-. I' .T
Tucker will f r;rive him fir not lacing
on baud, but ho hereby tenders them
his best wishes for a long, happy ami
unblighted fcture.
We missed a number of the Kxriur-
ou holiday w'eek. "Oh yis, eilitors
and reporters like to spomt a vacation
with their licst pirl and lier p: and
niii. It's real nice, you know; we don't
blame nobody and nobody blames us.
Lewis South proposes to astonish
ttie public in a few days with a bran
new invention in the shane of the Cen
tennial Copybook.? and inks; they ropy
letters, duns, notes, bills, etc, without
the use of brush, press, moisted pad or
water, and are the most useful inven
tion of the age. Just try one when he
calls and be convinced they are cheap
indeeel.
De.mock.vt.
Ills A mi i Ternary.
Tuesday, the birthday of 'SO, was
likewise the anniversary of our pioneer
friend, John Nichols, who that day
reached the SSth mile jiost leading to
"that undiscovered country from
whose latum no trave ler returns." The
day was celel:rutd with princely hi
larity. About 100 ncighltors and
friends joined in the festivities and
merriment of the elay. The dinner
was complete and most abundant.
The men anel boys enjoyed the elay
in various ways some shot for tur
keys and ducks, some shot at turkeys
"just for fun," some shot wildly at the
firmament to he-ar the noise, while
many, like your unworthy chronicler,
simply shot otf their mouths.
Croup is a terror to young mothers,
especially during the winter months,
as it is then most prevalent. It can
always be prevented, if projerIy
tre'ate-d as soon as the' first symptoms
appear, litiarwencss Is the lirst syinji
toni; this is soon followed by a peculiar,
rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough
Iteiuexiy is freely given as soon as thee
symptoms apja-ar, it will invariably
prevent the attack. There is no dan
ger in giving the remedy, as it i-oiitains
no injurious substance. For sale by
M. A. Miller.
TERRI3LE.
Tvo-th:rdsof all deaths in 2Cew York
City are; from consumption or pneu
monia. The same proportion holds for
most oth'.r oitits. Delays nre danger
j us. I-r. Acker's Kilish IUniedy for
- ..-- ---- -
may save your life. Sold by J. A. Beard.
Notice.
Everyone knowing themselves in-
' t,ol UHo lue wiil ll!easc t-ome in and
! the lst cf Jan- 189 aB 1 iu"
I tend to put nil accounts due me after
that time in an officer's hands for col
lection. W. li Doxaca.
WHY WOMEN FADE.
Women lose their lieauty because
crdds undermine their life. JL)r. Acker's
T.- i : i.
Ian aisoIiiti! cure for cohls. Sold by
J, A. Ueiml. , .
K.I V i ! I-
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Dr
HURSpLdNTlb(ATlVE
A Pleasing Sense of Health and
Strength Renewed, and of
Ease and Comfort
Follows the nae of Syrup of Figa, a it acta
gently on tho
Kidneys, Liver and Bowels
Effectually Cleanwng tho System whoa
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
HABITUAL CONSTIPATION
without Weakening or im itating tho organs
on which it acts.
For Sal In BOo and Hl.Ort Battles by alt
Leading Drugglata.
iit ricn-aED oklt t m
cALiroENiA na bteut co.
Sis FaAScnaa. Cal..
toe-nruxs, Kr., Nrw You. K. T.
LEBANON
Planing Mill,
KLEPPER, SON & AMBLER,
iioiiiirroiiw.
MAKE 10 ORDER
Moulding, Sash, Doors
and Blinds.
DRY AND DRESS LUMBER
JOt VII lHl0Si.
Have on Hand a Supply of
Seasoned Flooring.
THIS SPACE
RESERVED
roil
M. A. Miller,
DRUGGIST,
LEBANON, OREGON.
H. J. JONES,
DKALKR J
Books, Stationery,
Musical Merchandise
AND
SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
ALBANY, OREGON.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED
For All tl" Leading Magazines and
Newspapers.
Notico of Dissolution.
KJOTICK IS II EKF.il Y UIVKN THAT THE
' co-purtncr-hip hctvtn ore exlstinn twtwctn
D. Andrew unit I'. I". lliu kU man. partnon iloln
business under the firm aaruc of Andrew Hack
li irian. is this day dltwlvwl '"' mntiml ronwnt.
t'. C lUeltloruan will rontlnii the bucliit at the
old ftand. ami will enllect all elaiinn due and pas
j all demands URiiitut the late ffnn.
Lebanuu, Or., Jan. 1, isss.
Thanking the public for their lilenil patronnpe
in the past, I ak a runttuuane-o of the Fame, and
will endeavor to to conduct my bu;iiiie. os to
merit the patronage and (TikkI will of all. e'all
and see my Roods and learu prices.
C. C. HACXI.F.MA.N-.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by l B. Montasue.
FlourPer 60-lb sack, 51 15; per bar
rel, ?4 CO.
Bacon Sides, 10c per lb.
Butter Fre-sh, per 2-lb roll, 40c.
JC;rffs Per dozen, 25c.
Chickens Per dozen, S3 50 to 4 50.
Ducks Per dozen, common, ?4 50 to
65; Pekln, ?G.
(jeese Per dozen, ?7. J
Turkeys Per lb, live weight, 10cr
Hides Per lb, dry, Oe; green, 3JC to
4c. -
Sheep pelts According to wool, 15
to.rK
Deer skins Summer, 30c; winter, 25cj
Much the Newest
Nobbiest nu el Largest Stock of
CLOTHING
In the County
IsNowtobe Seen
ON TIIH COUNTERS
J OF
L. E. BLAIN,
I -of-
Albany, Oregon.
S When you want toi
s"drcss up," we would f
JA)c glad to show you
Y through and make the ji!
t- right price.
"X'
T
St. Charles Hotel
LEBANON, OltEOOX,
Jt. W. (inrner Main and Shrrman Strwti, Tao
lilorki Ijt-t of Kollrvii.t leot.
H. E. PARRISH, Manager.
rabies Kuppliei with the
Market Affords.
Iiest the
Sample Roumi an1 lhe PjM Aeeomtnodaliutu for
ev. m iieri-iat Men.
OENKItAL 8TAUE OFFICE.
OYERLAHD TO CALIFORNIA
VIA
HO L'Tl I E RN PA CIFIC COM I A N Y'.S
LINE,
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time Betvesa Albany and San Fran
cisco, 35 Honrs.
California Expr Train Run Dally
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
SAN FRANCISCO.
SllftTH.
runl.-tiHl ArrtvcMO i; t.
Allmnr I'ar! I :A . M.
Rn Kraciwo Leavi I l r. .
hlif. m.' leave
IX r. I.fBT
7 IS e. m.; Arrite
Local Prturner Trains Daily ixrept Sunday)
!itn!aud
A'l.nny
Arrittr s lip.ji.
I e- A.
Irave I f . v.
IJ 0 p. !. Ive
-2 t ) P. si.l Arrt'r
Local Patianfier Train Dally (except Sundal
a IS A.w :Ui
6- e..'l j Arrive
-.'eU P.. U avo
!11 .ri. (Arrive
lA'UtliOit
Albany
AM'itnr
Arm 1 . r v.
Ixkxv : r.-.
Arrivr: S i P M.
l.Hri Ji r ,-.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
For ae'ee.niniexlatioii of See nnd-Cl::fs
l'tiasengvrs attached to Expriss
Trains.
Tho O. AC". R. R. Tvrry vi-merU"n ith
ell ihr rrieul.tr trams on the M-le 1 r.. from
fwt ol t". ainre-t.
West Side Dlvlslcn.
EVTvei;s
PORTLAND ami CORVALLIS
Mall Train Dally fracept Sunday).
173) a. nV t-ar?
1 2 :-"" p. m.- Arrive
1'onland Arrlv fi ;'.n. m.
"cjrv;i;i l.car 1 :V. m.
At Al' !v and iin otiis couuect ith trains t-l
O ?on Porilie railmu'l.
Exprcn Train Daily (except Sunday).
I .'k p. m. j l.frt PwJlan'i Arrive I 9,)n. m.
.e p. in. I Arrive McMtnvinV !Nve j .s..,a m.
THROUGH TICKETS
To .H I'olntx
SOUTH ARD EAST YIA CALIFORKIA.
i-For full lnfivmniton n'panihie rats mnp',
etc., mil on -"'mpaiiy' agent ot Alhanv
K. KOI.HI.KK. K. I. UlKiKRH.
Manager Anat. li. K. A Puss. Agent
CREGOHIAH RAILWAY COMFASY.
(ImiiteHl Line.)
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Receiver.
On and aflrr IVr. 5. lsa, anil mail airther nn
Itee liaiui will run Ually ivxecpt tunuayj as lot
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STATIONS.
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Commutation Tickets at tuocentu per mile on
sale at station having AtaMtlr.
Trulim with fawnjiTj, Freight anj Fjtprvss,
r.m wiarat from Freight.
FrclRlit train form Ittrttand, MoiKlnys, Wc1im'
ilays Hint TliursUnyf. Towards I'ortUiml, Tues
daya, Thursdays and batunliiys.
t'nnnectlnn at Kny'a and Fu'.qtiarlr Ijtnlinp
with Steamer "I'lty ofSnleui" for Salem Mondays,
WitdncMliiyw and Fridays n-Hirnins fnrtn Salt m
TitCMlavx, Thnrslaya and Saturdayx. coimooiiiiK
with Fjst and West fide pa-s-" mct-r trains, .sn-am-cr'-l'itvof
Snlein makes transfer lietween Kay's
and Fulquartz Landings daily, Sundays excepted.
CHAS. X. X)TT. Receiver.
G -neral Offices, X. W. Corner First and Piue St's,
I'ortlund, Oregon.
afJongh or ColSf o rcVu .w
riwithrronr.orWhoonln.yConffh.
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent i
fnrther trouble. It is a positive cure,: I
and a jriiarairtce it.. rrlc 10 and 50
THIS
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, - Cigar
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
IliiMliiil OriiHN fiiid ollty Need. f
PURE GOODS &
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for W -
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DON AC A.
Corner Brick Store,
A Common Cold
I often the ix-ginning of wrious affec
tions of the Throat, Bronchial Tube,
and Lungs. Therefore, the importance
ot early and effectiva treatment cannot
be OTerestimatwl. Ajrer'a Cherry Pec
toral umy always le relied upon for the
jeedy uro of a Cold or Cough.
Last Jannarr I was attacked with
severe Cold, Which, bj neglect and fr
quent exposuren, became wonw. llnallT
Bettlinx ou of lune. A terrfble eoosli
soon followed, accompanied by pains in
tha chest, from which! suffered intense
ly. After trying various remedies, with
out obtaining relief, I couiuieneed taking
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral, and waa
Speedily Cured;
T am satisfied that this remedy saved my
life. Jna. Webster, Pawtucket. K. I.
I contracted a severe mid, which
suddenly developed into Fneamonia,
presenting dangerous and obstinato
symptoms. My physirian ordered tho
use of Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. Ilis in
structioas were followed, and the resnlt
was a rapid and permanent en re.
II. K. Btimpeon, Rogers Prairie, Tex.
Two ream ago I suffered from a severe
Cetld. Which settled on mjr Lung. I con
sulted various physicians, and took tho
medicines they prescribed, but received
only temporary relief. A friend indncd
rne to try Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral. After
taWng two bottles of this medicine I was
cured. Since then I hare piven the Pec
toral to my children, and consider it
The Best Remedy
for Colds, Conphs. and all Throat ami
Lung diseases, ever used in tny family..
Kubert Vaiiderpool, Meadviiie, Pa.
Home time afro I took a slipht Cold,
which, beinfr neglected, grew worse, end
settled on my Lunirs. 1 had a hacking
ccnigh, and was very weak. Those who
knew me bent considered my life to t-o
in pre at danger. 1 continued to suffer
nntil I coinruencd uainj; Ayer'a Cbery
l'ectoral. Les than one bottle of this
valuable medicine cured ue, and I
feel that I owe the preservation of my
life to its curative powers. Airs. Ana
Lockwood, Akron, 'ew York.
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral Is considered,
here, the one (Treat remedy for all diseases
of tha throat and lungs, and is more
in demand than any other medicine of its
cJas. J. F. I'.obefts, Magnolia, Ark. tt
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver Co., LoweO. a,
told by all ProgrUta. Price 1; sis bottle, fa.
THE YAQUIXA ROUTE.
OREtiON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Of egoa DcYelopmsnt Co' s SteaasMp Line
223 SHORTER, 30 HOUR3 LESS TIME
Than by any olhcr Kotite.
First Class Tbroairh rasaenser FrelRht
Line
ri
From rortland al sll Points In Hie Willamette
Valk j loaud from tail FrawUcu, lL
OREGON TACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays:)
f.v. Albany, tsm p.m. I I.v. Yjhji isx. 6A5 a. m.
I.v. CcKVAi.l.is.l:4lp. ni. I l.v.rr.KVAI.!.! l':"oa. tn.
AM. Yai I. 5:30 i. io. As. Albany. 11:10 a. m.
Oil' Train councct at Allaiiy anl C.rva!li.
The almve Train cnm-ct Rt Ysquina with Ih
yn"n Ii'Vi-l0iwnt CfinHtiiy' Lite of
Heaui:.liM lirl'H'fll Vaij'.iitia and
jau Kruiu iCii.
. BAILIM1 HATK5:
BTKAMr.a. Krofii s. F. I PTftn YanMlns.
tVllUuictte Vullt-y
Willamotte Va'lcy
Willninelle Valley
Ivc r,
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TMi Company ro:crei the right to client sail j
Ins w illsout not tec. j
rM-ni;or from riirtlaiul. enl alt Willamette
alley H)iut. can mate civc coniicciion iic
the Trains f the Yiijiisa I:ii tk ut AllKiiiv or
I'onalli", nii. If ilcsiinei! loS:i Fiaiioi-o, bKiiil
rrii(.'cto arrlvr at Yaqiiina th-neuiug before
the time of rising.
PnsHcnireruiKt l"rollit Kates i
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
FOR ISFOKMATIOX APPLY TO
c. it. haswki.u i c c. HonrE.
Cen'l Fr t & Pasa Aj-' t, jArl t;eii l F. A P. Aj t,
Gr'pn Development Cu.,j U. 1". K. 1, K. Co.,
iM MonlKoiuery St.. Corvalli,
San Francisco, Cal'a. 1 Oregon.
Willamette Rl?er Una of Steamers,!
THK "WM. M. 1IOAO," THE "X. S. EEXTLY," j
THE "THHEE SISTERS"
Are In sen-ico for Inith passenirT and freight
trafllc iH'twecn 'rvolUs and Portland and inter
mediate points leaving comit:y'a wharf, Corval
lis. and Messrs. Iluiman i Ci.'s wharf. Nos. 200
and -Jfil Fnnt stn-et. Portland, Monday, Wediu -duysand
Kriduyn, atins thne round triTmeot h
week as follows.
NORTH sorsn.
Iiive Corvallis Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
0 a. in.: leave Alhnnv 'JU-) a. m.
Arrive S.;!, tii, Monday, W.-dncsday. KrwJav. 3
p. ia.: leave Salem, Tuexluv, Ttiurstlay, b!uriay,
M a. in.
Arrive Portland, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
Z-.i) p. m.
soiTti not-so.
Leave Portland, Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
6 a. ni.
Arrive Salem. Monday. WediiesiViv, Friday. 7:15
p. tn.: leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, Saiurday,
1 a. ni. Leave Alhatiy 1:;0 p. m.
Arrive Corvallis Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day a:30 p. m.
Colds. Conghs. Croup. Whooping Cot,gh
! etc. We guarantee Acvrt English
Eemedr a positive euro.
It
hoiir of anxious -watcrunr.
j J- A.'
ih
INTERESTS
moth Stock of
FULL WEIGHTS
Main Street, Lebanon, Linn '.'Count v. br
At Cost! Still
G. W. SIMPSON,
A-lln j-,
Ilavin; purcliascd tho stock of Clothing.
nishing Oool?f Boot?, Shoes, Ktc, of C.
Co is now prepared to efftr """
Better Bargains than Ever!
Having a complete assorhr.oi:t of 'General Merchandise,
bought at a big discount, which he si'ill proposes lsellat
cost, purchasers will do well to vz.ll end p-t his prices before
buying el.-ev.hcre, as you can v from 25 to SO per cent. r.
The highest market price paid for country produce of tAl'
kind;?, either in cash or goods. - . .
CRUSON
-PEALERi IN"-
WAGONS, BUGGIES, HACKS,
AND ALL
Vehicles, Implements,
rJTOOIfe OF .XX. OIITS,
Light and Heavy Machines
AND SMOOTH WIrC"
IRO, STKISL., ' COAL,'; ;
GUNS AND AMMUNITIONS
Call in, Gentlemen, and . we will Make You
Happy.
FORTMILLER & IRYIHG,
ALBANY,
OREO OX. I
Manufacturer of and Dealora In all Kinds
FURNITURE.
j Import all First-Class Goods
i
DIRECT FRO THE EAST.
A complete ftock cf Wall Paper, Deco
rations and Window Shsdes.
xr x'd e r. t a. ic i is: g
A SPECIALTY. 1
f A and rellpliJo Kedicine.t are thehest
V) vVX todepeadnpon. Acker's BlocdjF!
ixir has been prescribed tor years torj"' -
i iovaluftUe. Fort . : . ' -
YOU
IS OUR MO'f
to the Frorit-.
Oi'ffou,
& MILLER,
KINIiS OF-
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