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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1889)
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.- SCHOOL BOOKS.
i the tnt.iv pivt-a of the atate
n the. action of the county
tipfriutetidi-nt in voting for v.
ofsw-iiool books. Also several
- ( fj'-inlz.'.tioi's iiavf passed rvso
- a -t t he change, and calling
. 1 the Legislature X-o t let the
f ism tkilnce... Thcw county su-
t.ntendent lraw a salary from the
j ! and school fund for which they
J not rcuder an eqV.Yalent of work.
!uv are the most supernumerary act
v. nicer Unit any state or people were
tvoratlliaed with ; abd now, tit con
. . . a. e I i t , I . . tv.
vnt iv,araw a guoa miiru v, i.u
. work, they have hoisted an aden
the iarenli of
khool children, many of whorn arc
-j xr people, compelling them to buy
n.w tuwika. !.t to enrich ana satisij
Ae-irreod of polisher. The Oregon
' "Tbs county superintendents have voted, the
r-uMisher most Interested have evtdeatly con
trotted the Vrtf, and the people ml 15' the bills
- kur BKMt o the chances made there va no en'
rr.it Aewaad, either by teachers or parents, while
Vil. witlfoni or two triiUna; exceptions, are in the
.-ite'rcj't of the Iviwin 4 Blukeman aiui A -lUrm
combination twn publishing house thai
save now practically driven all others out of Ore
. con and divided the brines between theiuselves.
They now have influence and facilitiei for putting
v into our public schools any books they choose."
iilinwsn II. I.
CUtTEAU WAS SANE.
Vm- Knititcn wfts the rdivsician who
varained tiaiteau as to his sanity he
trial. awd who dissected his
hrain after hs was hanged- A portion
snf Guiteaus brain is now in lira posses
sion. When it was mentioned to Dr.
Fpitzka that many petple still believed
Gaitean to have been a victim of in
sanity, he stated that insanity was im
possible in Guiteau'a cav was
ivmcvil afterward bv ' dissecting hia
brain. By way of demo: s' ration Dr.;
pitzka exl.l lted a couple of malform
ed brains. The first one is that of an
insane persou who wa hanged for
murder, the other i tke brain of a
ywanggirl who witnessed a railroad
accident at White Plains some years
In which her mother was run over
nd killed by the ears. TJie hoek un
balanced her mind, arid she m as insane
till t-th enmetoher relief. Beth of
Itrese Tfraina are lopsided or crooked
One sde of each la enlirgc', and the
spinal cord is aeemingly 4'unbalanc
d " the mind of each was unbalanced
In nroportioa. Guiteau'a brain had no
mch defects, and was in a nealthy
condition nvt a single trace or insani
ty was fotvd.
Thu Catholic and rroteHtnuts have
rcccutly cloned a wurmaud tiller con
test in lklon on the question of the
tnttrol of the public ac'hools, much to
he discomfiture of the Catholics. In
New York the contest la now a bitter
one and is growing worse; In Portland
the Catholics have male A desperate
libit to control a part of the public
school fund, but fai'ed. The Oregon-
Ian has been taking a strong stand for
the State and we commend most hear
tily Its able defense of our public school
system. We commend the following
that We -l:p Tram that paper:
A Oitholie writer stated the case
against his church more- strongly thun
we have stated it when. In 1So4. he
wrote: "The very name of liberty
ought to be banished from the very
domain of religion. No man has
right to choose his teliglon. Catholic
ism Is the most Intolerant of creeds
It is intolerance tself, because it is the
truth itself'1 Now, against the Amer
lean common school is arrayed this
parochial system of education, which
is educating more than 500,000 children
annually by the hands of priesthood,
who, from pone down to pariah clerics
are committed by the fundamental
dogmas of their religion to hostility
to the American common school and
logically to the destruction of all free
popu'ar institutions. If the ideas that
are taught of church suptemaey and
papal infallibility were to permeate
our people the republic would cease to
exist. Now this parochir.l st hool sys
tem which makes jrocd Catholics, is
maintained to the injury of the Atner
c n common ic'sool, whi.-h seeks to
make good citizens, and the church of
To tie uses the full force of its eci-lesiea
tieal autlvo.-ity to drag children from
the common school Into the parochir.l
school, and then has the impudence to
demand a share of the public money
f jr the support of a school system that
s never wcarv of striking at tiie com
Iid Hull on WnSnclay returned
Horn, Friday, January 4, 1SS9, to the
wife of It. U. Thompson, a son.
Kdward Starr, of IIliey, visited
Brownsville friends on Monday.
J. P. Oatbralth, cashier of the 'Ilank
of Brownsville," visited Albany on
O. P. Coshow, Pr., for the past wetk
tins been unable to attend to business,
being a snffcrcr from ueuralgia.
Charlie Divan, late of Pcnsylvftniii.
at present In the employ of th O. P.
R. 11., was in town on Hundny last.
W. O. Ptanard on Saturday returrel
from Portland, his son "Macey" hav
ing recovered from the late attack of
Moycr Bros, are now running on
time, and are turning out some first-
class lumber from logs secured during
the last " raise " of the Calipoola.
Mrs. Peter Hume, who for some time
past has been suffering from erysipelas
of the face and eyes. Is improving in
health, the disease having assumed
Rev. D. T. Somerville, pastor of tin
M. E. Church at Halsey, accompanied
by his wife and daughter, Mrs. Fisher
of Roseburg, paid Rev. F.lworthy and
family a visit on Monday.
Miss Tharpc has completed her new
building oneTdoor west of the mlllin
cry store of Mrs. R. II. Cure, the r'
ccptiou room being handsomely finish
id and furnished, and is now prepared
to supply her gusts snd patrons witl
the latest cuts and styles of dressmtk
Arrangements are pending to th
dissolution of the firm of Thomj
son A Waters, and although
John Dity's river wos .iininul uflei
John l-iy, a Vhi;lnl:sn and noted
hunur of Actor's cxpeUtion.
who cmue across the contiiicnt in 1SH
11. Before be reached Astoria he suf
fercd terrible from stnrystion
and was found In a starving condition
near the mouth of that rh er. He sul-
scMpMeiiUy bti-ame deranged aud diet-
Much the Newest
Nobbiest ttinl Largest Stock of
In the County
THIS INTERESTS YOb.
IsNowtobeSeen We invite you to come and look through our Ma
mofh Stork of
m i lib luuiuuKb
A Pleasing Sense of Health and
Strength Renewed, and of
Ease and Comfort
Follows th hn of Syrup of Figs, as it acta
gently on the
Kidneys, Liver and Bowels
Etfoctnally Cleansing the System when
Coativ or Bilious, Dispelling
Colds. Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing.
without weakening or irritating the organs
on w hich it acta.
roi Sate In BOo and Ol.ao TtotUea by alt
a-trracTCREO cut r ran
CALTTORKIA HO SYEUP 00.
L. E. BLAIN,
When you want to 4
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
3XtiHqiilio Grass niid Ti.ot!iy Bced.
fhdrnwvnI PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO. (,
it ihrniirrh nnft mnlrolho i
bright price. f
Hides Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
EVERY WORD TRUE.
"We wish to reiterate for tic sake of
r eastern rcadc:s thtt in Oregon
the thermometer ranges from 45 to 52
tiurnig the day, that flowers are bloom
Ing iu the dooryards ami that the hills
re green with waving grass, block
still have abundant pasturage and the
plows are turning the soil up to the
air. Is there any ofher conn try in the
ame latitude that can aiake as gwod
howinc? We think aot. and we add
that there is room here yet for mil
lions. The best climate iu the world,
the most prolific soil, the most abun
dant natural resources are here com
bined, and the name of all is ORE-
POINTS IN LAW.
A note by a minor la void
A note dated on Punday is void
A contract with a minor Is void.
It Is illegal to compound a felony.
Ignorance of law excuses no one.
A contract with a lunatic is void.
Notes bear interest only when
Signatures in lead pencil are good in
A receipt for money is legally con
Principals are responsible for their
The act of one partner binds all the
Hie law compels no impossibilities.
An agreement without' a considera
tion is void.
Contracts made on Sunday cannot
Written contract concerning laud
must be under seal.
A note obtained bv fraud or from
one intoxicated, is void.
If a note is lost or stolen, it does not
release the maker ; he must pay it.
Each individual in a partnership i
responsible for the whole amrunt o!
the debts of the firm.
An endorser of a note is exempt from
liability if not served with notice of
ita dishonor within twentv-four hours
of its non-payment.
definite change has as yet U-en
made, by the first of February, 'h0,
one of the present partners will have
withdrawn from the present existing
firm. For the- next thirty da3'8 good
.till be sold at ett.
The II. W. M. Co. will shortly "close
down" for fhert period, diring
which time necessary repairs will be
made, new and improved machinery
added preparatory to a freh start
The present stoppage Is due to the fact
that a large amount of manufactured
fabrics are on hand and must be closed
out for settlement with old stock hold
One of the favorite deities of the an
cient Romans was Janus, from wham
the present month is named. Janus
was represented with two races; one of
them turned toward the past, and the
other gating iato the fature. Kvery
vaccesefut farmer will he found to be
like Janus in looking thought ally into
both the tutst and th future. He
must be a dull and unthrifty farmer
Indeed, to whom the seasons as they
- pass bring no useful lessens for the fu
tore. We have often advised kceoing
a farm record, in which should be en
tered the principal events of the farm
the date of sowing tiie principal
vrops, the date of purchase of different
msimals and when others were drop
pod, the time of vatisu-.l changes of the
weather, the particulars concerning
hired help, etc. What would one not
give for file of yearly records of this
kind, covering th period from his first
year as a farmer? The past is gone but
yon can begin one now from this first
f January. The habit of making daily
entries will soon become fixed and
tt will cease to be a task. If the farm
er is too busy, let his son or daughter
fo this for him. It will be a most use
ful duty for the J'oung folks. Ex.
Sax Fnasctsca, Cakt
Siw Toai. K. T.
H. J. JONES,
He kteps one horse.
He wears a N. ? hat.
He is fond of base ball.
His neck measures 16.
He dees not fancy jewelry.
He goes to bed at 10 and gets up be
tween 5 and
He weais open-front shirts and pay
$27 a dozen for them.
He reads for recreation and is fond
of Scott, Elliot and Thackeray.
His whiskers are getting gray,
He is a regular smoker, and smokes
small cigars a clear Havana. He docs
not smoke to excess, however.
He usually wears a high buttoned,
double-breasted frock coat, and seldom
has a suit ail of the same piece.
His chest measure is 37 and his waist
42. He weighs about 180 pounds and
appears to be 5 feet 7 inches in height.
Several years ago Chamberlain A Co.,
of Des Moines, Iowa, commenced the
manufacture of a cough remedy, be
lieving it to be the most prompt and
reliable preparation yet produced for
cottgbs, colds and croup, that the pub
lie -appreciate true merit, and in time
it H-iiS certain to Income popular.
Their most sanguine hopes have been
more than realize!. Over three hun
dred thousand bottles of Chamberlain's
A perfect town is that in which j ou i Cough Remedy are now fo!d each vear.
ee the farmer patronize the home mer- i and it is recognized as "t he best made,"
- i 1 . , . : . : .. . - t. ...:n -
chants, the home merchants patroniz
ing the home mechanics, the laborers
spending the money they earn with
their own tradesmen, fend all animat
ed by a spirit that will not purchase
articles abroad if they can be bought at
home. The spirit of reciprocity be
tween man and the mechanic, trades
man and laborer, farmer and manu
facuturer, results every time in mak
ing the town a perfect one to de busi
ness in. Ex.
Miss Hattie Long, assistant teacher
of the North Brownsville school, was
so uuft riunate as to come in contact
with poison oak, from the effect of
vhich she is confined to the house, a
circumstance to be greatly regretted at
the present tune, as It necessitates a
stoppr.go cf her school department,
which, for the pat three years, tin
young lady has given perfect satisfac
tion to both pupils and parent'!.
1 he commencement or the new year
brings with it some changes in the
business circles. The II. W. M. Co.
have made arrangements to occupy
part of the store of F. F. Croft, and
will shortly remove from the factory
sales department all ready made cloth
ing, tinnRt'is, woolen goods, in all a
complete stock of fabrics of their man
ifacturea wnicu will be sold at prices
greatly reduced from former quota
tious, giving the public an opportunity
to secure bargains in winter clothing.
On Christmas evening in the I. O.
O. F. hall t Coburg, a donation party
and basket sale was held, for the bene
fit of the pasior of the M. E. Church,
under the supervision of the following
appointed committee. Ou arrange
ments : Mrs. Win. Vaiidvne, Miss
Lulu Murch, Miss Lola Hi ley and J
P. Rlsckinson. On music: Mrs. J
C. CJoodale and E. E. Cable. General
managers, T. Vandyne, Amos Wil
kins, J. P. iilackinsou, Mrs. Thomas
Van Duyne. Treas., C C. Goodale.
The attendance was large, the arrange
ments well carried out, the bidding for
baskets brisk, realizing over f 43. All
attending passed a pleasant evening
and the entire affaii was a most enjoy
able suecees T. S. P.
WHAT 13 IT?
8uppose you don't agree with the ed
itor in every particular, no need to
stop your paper on that account. The
destiny of a paper does not hang on
that small thread. If you should
t lirust your thumb into a pool of water
by the roadside and straightway pull
tout again, no hole would remain.
Ho, if for some trifling reason you get
huffy at a good paper and quit, two
men will take your place. Better
move on with the procession.
severe cold in less time than any other
treatment. For sale by M. A.'Miller.
I have just FO VXD out what farmers
need. They're DEAD gone on my new
harrow, made JJV independent sec
tions, to order ; e.4ch section can
be cleaned and moved without trou
ble. Wagon and BOX and set of har
ness for sale cheap for cash. Iron har
rows r any other work done to order
at the P.ed Front blacksmith shop.
The Philadelphia cremation compa
ny continues to hold out strong in
ducements to people in that town to
3i and get incinerated. The price of
cremation, notwithstanding the cold
weather, has been reduced to $28 per
body. That is the present market
value of one share of stock. One shai e
t stock is accepted in exchange for
Nose-trimming is now performed
without leaving tear or deformity.
The removal of a little surplus tissue
from the end of a long nose effects a
wonderful change in facial expression.
John Peter St. John is coming west
and will make California his ntssre
An unmarried man recently drew a
crisp new five dollar bill out of the
bank. A happy thought struck him,
and he wrote an ardent love letter
across the face of it in blue ink and
signed bis initials and address. Then
he spent the five. By Thursday last
he had received fourteen answers,
many of them enclosing photographs.
He will marry one of them (not the
photographs, but the original of one
of them) early in May.
S.mt-ihin mala of waning, tasting very xwee:
A moht delicious comraoum), with iriKre-Meiits
But if, as cn occasions, the heart and mind are
It ha no great iETiifi-anc it loses half it power.
Something mo1e cf r.utbing and never tviro the
Though 'tH knovni in every country whore lov
h.i had a name;
It ia c'carJy meant for Kit ing, though 'tis some
times bought and o:d.
And, like coffee attd fotatoc, it is not fo kw!
w hen cold.
It oft nppcae. ilL-corl, when word have foiled
Whether Mstowed careiewiy or civen jurt to
I- or a law;. will ofiea save one from doms some
And the lip that taste this : wcetnea arc wMotn
heard to curve.
'Tis the Mrangest, '.lest mixture, this something
made of naught.
Which ia never ca nor handled, although 'tis of
Which will not ftpoil in keeping, whatever be the
For this something made of nothing will stand
the test of time.
KLEPPER, SON & AMBLER,
MAKE TO ORDER
Moulding, Sash. Doors
DRY AND DRESS LUMBER
For I'uf poc.
Wc Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DON AC A.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County;
OREGOHIAH RAILWAY COMPAHT.
CHAS. N. SCOTT,
On and afTer Pre, 2, 1SSS, and until farther Co
lire traiu wUlrun daily cacept fcuni'aj) as fo:-
honl d VI an.
Kmm fort- j
Ly 7.t'.a. m.i POMTLAyp.P.AW.VpAT . p.m.
For All ft Leading Magazines aid
I Have on Hand a Supply of
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
SOUTI I ERN PACI FIC COM PAN Y'f?
Arr 10 IX)
Lt 10 1
M. A. Miller,
FORTMILLER & IRVIH6,
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Time Between Albaaj isd S12 Fran
cisco, 35 Hoars.
California Express Trains Run Daily
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
mcia. jiofth .
4W r. M..I.r lrtlaiid Ar...wiii a. M.
:'. V. M....I.T.. Alban- !.v. :lo A. M.
7 a. ....Ar San Krauri-c....Lv... r. .
Local Pui(ir Tralna Dally (aacept 8unday)
a-fMA. M....I.T Portland
I iW r. M....I.T Vlljany .
2 Wr. ...Ar ...Kliffrne
Ar. 9 li r. a.
Lv.ll .w a. M.
Lt... t-CO . .
t' o: Unrola St.
M. Anarrl. H
I own', I;
Johuwn's Milt, U
Eat Side Junction, H
1 ft talluU.
O. P. Cniwiiiig.
S io June.
V et Scio.
Lt S S3
I.t. . a. r,
At Cost! Still to the Fron.
Local Passanger Trains Dally (oacept Kunda,)
546 a. a.Lr.rZZ.febannu ...Ar. lit r. a.
6 SO A. it Ar Albany Lr.liii0 t. M,
2Dn r. M I.t Lebanon Ar. .-( r. i.
2:44 r. ....Ar Allutny Lt... H-jO r. m.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST BLEEPING CARS,
For accommodation of Second-Class
Pawengers, attached to
The 0. A C. R. R. Ferry makes connection with
al the n-gnUr trains on the Ksvit ide Viv. (rum
foot of F street, 11-rtiand.
West Side Division.
PORTLAND and C0RVALL1S
Comirnintion Ticket, at two cents per mile cn
-wle at nations haling Agents.
Train, with PaM-nrer. Frright and F-xtrear,
mil si-ant( from KrvihU
Freight train firm P-wtland. Mondaya. WVm--iin
and Thnrar.. Towurds Portland, Tiief
duys. Thurliiand Saturday..
onne-tl-n at Ray', and FlT(nBrti Ijmdin,--wi?h
Steamer t"it cf Salem" for Sairm Mondays
w eUmlui and Vrwlay n-tumine frHi SU-ra
lne1'r', Thursdays and auirdar.. e-nne-tin-;
a ilh Kart and M m f-kle penger trains. Srmm
er '' of falem mtkm tranfi-r between Ray'
and Fioltua-rti Laud liifi daily, Sundays excepted.
CHAS. V StXJTT. ReeeiTer.
Ceneral Off res. K. W. Corner First and Pine Sfs,
G. W. SIMPSON,
.AIIj filler. Oregon,
Having purchased the stock of Clothing, Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Etc., of C. B. Roland
Co. is now prepared to offer
Better Bargains than Ever!
Having a complete assortment of General Merchandise,
bought at a big discount, which lie still proposes to -sell at '
cost, purchasers will do well to call and get hia prices before
buying elsewhere, as you can save front 25 to 30 per cent.
The highest market price paid for country produce of all
kinds, either in cash or goods.
CRUSON & MILLER,
The refining and moral influence of
the beautiful, happy home can hardly
be overestimated. The hallowed mem
ories of such a childhood home will
cling to us through all our after life.
Over forty-two thousand cases of
salmon are stored on the O. It. & N.
dock at Astoria now. This pile of can
ned goods represents a value cf about a
quarter of a million dollars.
The desire of being annexed to the
United States seems to be gainicg
grounds in Canada.
The New York World baa sent an
expedition to Africa In search of Stanley.
Croup is a terror to young mothers,
especially during the winter month,
as it is then most prevalent. It can
always be prevented, if properly
treated as soon as the first symptoms
appear. Hoarseness is the first symp
tom; this is soon followed by a peculiar,
rough cough. If Chambcrfaiirs Cough
Remedy is freely given as soon an these
symptoms appear, it will invariably
prevent the attack. There is no dan
ger in giving the remedy, as it contains
no injurious substance. For salo by
M. A. Miller.
Everyone knowing themselves in
debted to me will please come in and
pay by the 1st of Jan ., 1880, as I in
tend to put all accounts due iiic after
that time in an officer's hands for col
lection. W. B Doxaca.
LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by C. B. Montague.
Flour Per 50-lb sack, 1 15; per bar
rel, ?4 0.
Bacon fides, 16c per lb.
Butter Fresh, per 2-lb roll, 40c.
Eggs Per dozen, 125c.
Chickens Per dozen, $3 50 to $4 0.
Ducks Per dozen, common, ?4 50 to
So; Pekin, J?6.
Creese Per dozen, $ 7.
Turkeys Per It), live weight, 10c.
Hides Per lb, dry, 6c; green, 3Jc to
Sheep pelts According to wool, 15
Doer skins Summer, COc; w inter, 23e
Manufacturers of and Dealers In all Kinds
Import all First-Class Goods
DIRECT FROM TIIE EAST.
A omplete stock cf Wall Fauer, Deco
rations and Window Shades.
Mall Train Daily (except 8unday).
76a. fiZZlTvT!TZ...l'ort!Hivi .... Ar..K 5l p. m.
1225 1. in r Cor all M .I.V--1 : !' n. m.
At All-air and corvpiii connect wilh trains tl
Otrgim Pneihe hi..ilr.i.id.
Eapresa Train Daily (aacept Sunday).
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Dnelopmest Co's SteimsMp Line
925 SHORTER, 20 HOURS LE88 TIME
Than by any other Route.
First Class Thronnti Paaens;er Freight
From Portland and all Point In tho Willamette
Valley to and from Pan Francisco, CaL
REGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
f TIME SCHEDULE. (Eacept Sundays:)
Lt. Alat. 1-n p.m. I I.v. YaocIsa. C:4ri a.
4:.i i. P. ...I.v IVnl-m.'
H:tKl i". m....Ar Mc.Minviile.
.n.0t H. PI.
S.-li 9. in.
St. Charles Hotel
W. Corner Vain and Sherman Streeta,
Blocks East of Railroad I)eiot.
H. E. PARRISH, Managrer.
Tables Supplied with the Best the
Sample Rooms and the Bert Accommodations for
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE.
No Trouble to Show Goods
To All Volilis
SCDTH ABD EAST YIA CALIFORNIA.
i-For full Infonnation reirardfnit ratss, ruap,
etc., call on company's axent at Albany.
R. KOI.IH.F.K, K. P. I'.iXiER3,
Manager Asst. ti. F. A Paw, Agent
X". Mm X.IL.-1J1711Y1
Xit "- A t'v 4L ' -r
I.v. Cor alus. 1-40 p. m.
An. VAyliNA CJSO p. m.
I.T. CuKVALUy 10:S5 a
AR. ALBANY, 11:10 I
O C Trains connect at Albany and CorvaUfs.
Tlia alve Trains connect at Yaquina with the
LnviQ lieiclot'iuent t.jiup.i.ny s L.ltM Oi
Meamships betw e-ti Vap:iua and
Sail Franc lacu.
ktiuamkk. From S.
F. rrura Va)iiina.
This Company reerve the right to change Sail
Ins; dates without notice.
l'aKni.Tr from Portland, and all Willamette
Valli-v mint., can make'clo" connection with
the Tinins uf the Yaji:isa KotTH at Albany or
Corvalli.. anrt if do-tincd to Han Franclico. should
arranee to arrive at Yaquina the evening before
tiie dato of saiiiUK.
Paaacnserand Frelixlat Itatea
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
WAGONS, BUGGIES, HACKS,
AND ALL KIND OF
FOR INFOrvJiATIOS APPLY TO
C. C. HOtil K.
Aet'p tlen'l F. P. Ag'f,
O. P. R. R. R. Co.,
C. If. HASWIXL,
Cen l Fr t A Paw ARt,
Wreon Pevelopment Co..
304 MontEOUicry St.,
San Francixco, Cal'a. I
Willamette Rlier Line of Steamers,
TUE "WM. M. HOAQ." THE "X. 8. BEXTLT,"
THE "THREE SISTERS"
Are in service for both passenger and freijtht
traffic between L'unrallls and Portland and lnter
meiliate tiint, luavinx company's wharf. Corval
li. .ml Messrs. llulnian & Co.'n wharf. Noa. 200
' and 202 Front street, INirtland. Mimdnxn. Wednes
' days and Fridays, making throe round trips each
t week as follows.
Leave Corvallls Monday, Wednesday. Friday,
6 a. m.: leave Albany a. m.
Arrive Salem, Mondav. Wednesday. Friday. 3
p. m.: leave Snlem, Tuesiiay, Thursday, Saturday,
Arrive Portland, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
3:30 p. m.
aorru nor a u.
Leave Portland, Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
Arrive Salem. Monday, Vednesday. Friday. 7:1$
p. m.; leave Salem. Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday,
6 a.m. 1eavc Albany LoO p. m.
Arrive Corvallia Tueaduy, Thursday and Satur
day SUM) p. m.
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
Albany, Ou. ' "
TINWARE AND HARDWARE
OF ALL KINDS
Paints, Oils and Bruslies
TOOLl OF AT,!, SORTS,
Light and Heavy Machines,
BARB AMD SMOOTH WIRE,
IROX, STEEL, OOV.L,
GUNS AND AMMUNITION,
Call in, Gentlemen, and we
will Make You
Notice of Dissolution.
J. L. Cowan.
J. M. Ralston
KIOTICE 13 HEREBY 4SIVES THAT
1 ' co-partnership heretolore esistiag betweenj
D. Andrews and C. C. Ilackleman. partners doing
business under the firm name of Andrews uack
leman, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
C. C. Ilackleman witl continue tho business at the!
old stand, and will collect all claims duo and pay
all demands airainst the late Arm. -Lebanon,
Or., Jan. 1, 1-VW.
Thanking the public for their liberal patronage
ia the past, I ask a continuance of the same, and
will endeavor to ao conduct my business as toi
merit the nalronace and rood will of all. Call.
and see my goods and learn prices.
C C. HACKLEMAS.
BANK OF LEBAH01I,
Transacts t General Basting Bsslnsss.
Acesnats Ksrt Sabjeet tm Cheek.
Kaeitancc Sold eaNsw Yrk, Saw frss.
ctaest. 1srtlaaa1 ss4 AltMay. Orra.
Colleetlows Made sa afas-orabl Terms.
DEYOE & KOBSON
DEYOE &. KOBSON'S,
FINE LINE OF GUNS
Good Stock of Ammnnltloii
DEYOE & ROBSON'8,
DEYOE & ROBSON
ARE AGENTS FOR .
The Nov High-Arm Davi3 1
Best Machine in tho MarkL