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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1889)
FKIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1SS9.
On. Mon3rty t'2p. tn. both houses
r tha IclsJatnrt! irsmned business
afu-r a rocv- of three day. Ppouker
Smith aniku iced tho standing com
tnittws. Multnomah i well rvpre-
vtittd; Harrington gut the chairman
ship f the Judiciary, Gilbert of the
Cli-ims, ttd Thompson of tlie Com
wierec committer. Ways and Means
Id headed by Apperson; Education,
B!undll; Military affaire, Ladd; In-
tt-tn affiilra. Ilpnjii I-rlntirtsr. lok: As-
ncsMUeBt and Taxation, Waldo. Ap--pernon
has introduced a most ex-
-celleat bill tU-flning and r-anishing
lander. We are platl to note that a
bill was introduced in the senate in-
ouirinir into the cause of the recent
chanarw in oar text booka ia our con
The Hon. J. N. Dolph was re-elected !
to the U. S. Senate by nearly a fall
pnrty vote. He has girtu entire satis
faction to Ma party, and perhaps no
-onelsmorecoinj-eteiit, tnrvfuiaml as-
The honorable gentleman. tJov. Pen
noyer received the complimentary
vote of the Democrats.
StafTords bill to amend the lawa re
lating to insurance will be of inteaest
f all interested parties, it gives greater
eeurHy for the payment of losses aad
eompcU companies to adjust at once.
Irvins bill for greater incorporation
power for oar neighboring towu of
.- U.l I . . k.t I, .... ..u,w1 fill
Tending in the senate.
-Senate bill No. 28, introduced by
Oray, for the Portage Bailroad at The
Dulles and Cascades,, is very inapor
taut and we hope will pass.
A DEPLORABLE TRUTH.
There are npre young men in the
penitentiaries in the country learniag
trades than there are outside of them
Ine principal cause of this is that we
are educating our young men for idle
gentlemen, trying to make lawyep,
preachers, doctors and clerks out of
material that la needed for black
smiths, carpenters, machinists and
other honest "hewers of wood and
drawers of water." It is a mistake,
And a big one, to teach boys and girls
that labor ia disgraceful, and to do
nothing for a living is more becoming
the society In which they move and
have respect. Hang such soeiety! It
is rotton to the core and is ruining ou
country to-day, and there are many
sons and daughters who are now being
dacated to play the part of "leading
- lady" and "walking gentleman" in the
great drama of life M ho will light out
for the poor house or penitentiary be
fore the curtain drops on the last sad
Act of the play to which they have been
ducatcd by their too indolent parents.
- Capital Journal.
Imagination never disturbs existing
Many weaknesses of human nature
are distorted virtues.
me wisest leUows, we think, are
those who agree with us.
Contentment doesn't demand condi
tions, it makes them.
Whistling doesn't make the locomo
tive go, the silent steam..
Now is always the very best time If
we make it so.
To be really yourself you must be
different from those around you.
The ops and downs of life are better
than being down all the time.
A little knowledge wisely used is
"better than all knowledge disused.
Excessive labor is wrong, but judi-
eioua labor is the safety valve of life.
3Ian may growl, grumble and fight,
.but it has no effect upon natural right.
Falsehood can make the best spurt
butitruth can do the steadiest trotting.
Fashion is only gold front jewelry, it
jr.ay appear well, but the value is not
From our reKUr com-spo-idei-l.
Washington, Jan. 11.
"So this great building and ths
army of clerks are the adjuncts of youi
pension systum. Your last war, I be
lieve, closed nearly a quarter of a cen
turv atro." Thus stoke to me a sur
prised German Army surgeon, a dele
gate to the International medical con
vention last year. What would my
Teutonls friend say had he heard Rep
resentative Dockcry tell the House last
week that the attorney's fees in in
crease canes alone, at $10 per cawe,
amounted to nearly MX),000 last year.
Our pension syntem is the most gigan
tic iu the world. Fifteen hundred
clerks work year in and year out it
the 'pension bureau ahjudlcatiiii.
claims, and the number of cases only
increases. '-East,' west, north, south.
travel two hundred and fifty special
examiners investigating the more com
plicated of these claims. In the office
of the Adjutant-General and Surgcon-
Gcuera! twelve hundred clerks fill ii
the years searching oifieinl records of
service. In the Second Auditor's office
over a hundred clerks are employed in
pension matters. At the agencies an
other hundred make payments. Near
ly three thousand people are thus ex
clusively employed by the govern
ment, at an expense, say $ 100,000 per
Year, in salaries alone. Enormous
buildings are devoted to the business,
hundreds of tons of paper are consum
ed and thousands of gallons of Ink
shed in the cause. In the pension of
fice e reiver work accumulates faster
than it can be disposed of, aud Con'
gress refuses the neeossary number of
clerks to adjudicate the claims within
reasonable time. And yet tne last
war closed a quarter of a century ago.
The uninitiated reader must remem
ber, however, that sur pension system
lias been of slow growth, for although
a general pension law was enacted in
1792, it was not until after the .ivil
war that anything like a practice was
established, and even then the practice
had to undergo a thousand changes of
detail. To-day the laws and practice
of the Bureau, the decision of the Sec
retary aud the rulings or the Commis
sioner, make quite a respectable vol
ume. There area hundred grave de
cisions on "line of duty,", as many
mere as to the rights of attorneys, an
avalanche of decision on minor points,
and a wilderness of rulings under
these decisions. And lastly there i an
amazing list of rate allowed, from ?2
per month allowed for the loss of it
portion of the little finger to the $72
per month given for the loss of both
eyes, liolh legs or both arms. There
ore fixed rates for everything but dis
eases. The rat w for diseases are fixed
Aud here enters the first objectiona
ble feature of the system. All over
this country are resident examining
surgeons, who devote a part of one dey
of each week to the physical examina
tion of claimants. There are about a
thousand of these people, and this
branch of the service costs about $800,-
000. In disease eases their decision
generally fixes the rate allowed. Of
course the doctors are not all preju
diced, and those who are not all capa
ble. A very large minority may be
found either at one extreme or the
other, the extreme of generosity or the
extreme of distrust toward claimants.
ery often a particularly grasping
board of surgeons will rate every claim
ant high in order to swell the amount
of their own fees, as the claimants soon
learn in any district where the "easi
est" board lies and ask to be sent
ALL SORTS OP CIRLS.
There's the pretty p'.rl,
And tho winy j-irl.
And the ftirl that bans her hall-.
The Rirl that's a Mrt,
And the girl Unit U pert,'
Ami the plrt with a baby Mure.
There's the dowdy Rirl,
And the rowdy girl.
And the (rirl that Is always late;
There's the srfrt of style.
And the p'.rl of wile.
And the girl with the mincing RiUt.
There's the tender girl.
And the slender jttrl,
And the girl that says her prayers;
There's the haughty jrlrl.
And th imnghly Rirl.
Aad the Rlrl that putF on nirs.
There' the twin girl.
And the "fool you" ttlrl.
And the girl that beis on the ruces
There's the handy girt.
And the randy pirl.
And the jrirl that lu-s two Taee. "
There' the well-bred girl,
Aud the well-read girl.
And the girl with a u of duty;
There's the dainty Rirl,
And the "Taint y" pt'L
And the girt that has uo beauty.
There' the lazy plrt,
And the "daisy" Rirl,
And the pill that's a merry Jufccr;
There's the girl that's k!iv,
And the girl tht' fly.
And the girl that bluffs at poker.
There are ore many others.
Oh. men and brother,
Than are name 1 in ti.l tmrrstlon;
Thtro arc (,i, and pirLs
And they're all of them pearls
They're the bett tnlng Its ereation.
Sitik M. HT.
Joi.n Day's river wi; named alte;
John Dav. a iririman and note
hunter of Astor's expedition
who ciitne across the continent in 1S10
11. Hcfore be reached Astoria he suf
fered Urrlble fio:n stiiryntioi
tt'ul was found in a starving eotidiUol
near the mouth of that rhe. He sub
-teqtn ntly became derr.iiLtd and ll.;
uch the Newest
A Pleasing Sense of Health and
Strength Renewed, and of
Ease and Comfort
Follows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it acta
gently on tho
Kidneys, Livf.h and Bowels
Effectually Cleansing the Pystm whea
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
Golds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently curing
THIS INTERESTS YOU
Nobbiest tind Largest Block ol
In the County
ON THE COUNTERS
I -OF- 1
L. E. BLAIN,
When you want to
5,,dress up," we would
be glad to show vou-v-t
through and make the jil
!. right price. , f
Wc invite yoii to
come and look through our Mam
moth Stock of
-- ! I
Groceries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp?, Etc.
3iicniit GraHS anL rr,iiiotliy Seed.
ffm. Cochran, Sr., returned from
California on Tuesday hist.
Julius Ziner on Monday left for Ban
Francisco via the C P. lty.
J. 11. Moreloek left for Huleni Mon
day to attend the legislature.
James Carroll, of Coi vallis, for the
past week haa been visiting Drowns
Thursday, 4 a. in., firt snow of the
season; a very light fall accompanied
by hail and rain.
X). P. Coshow, Br., is somewhat im
proved in health, but as yet tinab'e to
attend to business.
Itev. Camus Snerrv on Sunday last
filled his regular appointment at the
Folks of the Santiam.
John Tranzeii, who during the p:-s!
week returned from California, is tit
Coburg, suffering from a pell of sick
Frederick Anderson, on Friday, Fft
for Coburg, where he will establish
a blacksmith shop and permanently
Mrs. Hugh Fields has experienced
but slight improvement during the
past week, being yet a sutferer from a
Miss Ilattie Long has recovered from
the effe-cts of poison oak, and resumed
her position tin teacher in the North
Capt. A. V. Waters, of littrna, who
is in attcndar.ee at the Btate ltepnbli-
can Convention at S;ih m, passeil a day
with Ilrownsville friends.
It. M. Moxlev on luestlav morning
sllpeil ou the fnsty sidewalk at the
O. It'y depot, falling and striking on
the forehead, which received a severe
Edward Sawyer received a severe
sprain of the ankle, caused by the f:;li
introftlie horse upon which he was
riding, while eugagctl in driving
band of cattle.
The old ami well known firm of!
Cooley and Washburn, of South
: Brownsville, will in the future be
without weakening or irritating the organs
on which it acta.
For Sal a In BOc an A Sl.OO Pottle by alt
iULtrricmn oxtr x Tit
OALTTOBNIA TIG BTBDT CO.
8a FJUtcioo, Cu.
Loetsvnxc, Kt., hr Yok. N. T.
PURE GOODS & FULL WEIGHTS IS OUR MOTTO.
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
t T any dealer nay te has in T. I.. ronri
Shoe ivithout um mill prlcu stalnpfU
Lbe buUom, put litui down aa a fraud.
W. L. DOUGLAS
KLEPPER, SON & AMBLER
MAKE TO ORDER
Moulding, Sash, Doors
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to Alt
W. B. DONACA '
Comer Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn
At Cost! Still to the Front I
DRY AfiD DRESS LUMBER
V I n . V. H-n.-l .1 V.nilnr Iit
m.mh;etiik li.tsK-st ttHi shoe.
Ht.UI) H ANl-SKWKt WHTMJOK.
fc:l..-SO HII II K A1 FAISJIHW fllOE.
S.-..M) I.XTIt VAl.t'K C'Al.f MIOfc.
S J.OOand 1.;.S IMUS" SI HOOT. FHOES.
All ICAJtS lo tcpr , iMuioa aim l.-c.
W. L. DOUGLAS
Keat Material. Bt Strl.. Iiet Fltiina-.
It not by J "or rti-ajer, "rife
C. C. HACKLEHAH.
For -Vll ltf jiio.
Have on Hand a Supply of
t . . . . . ,.:.... tit. . .- I . 1 jtaf
lisbment. I have added a
Fresh Candies, Kn(s a Cigars. 1
G. W. SIMPSON,
OVERLAP TO CALIFORNIA
-OUTIir.UX PAClFK CttMPANV
ll&vin purchased the stock of Clothing. Gents Fuf
nishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Etc., of C. B. Roland
fc Co. is now prepared to offer
".lly if IkiUi hnnd and machine j
" tnudc, and Is the j
Germany haa aroused the ire of
Uncle Sam about that little Kamoan
Island. Lord Salisbury has decided
that the United States was right; and
now both the English aud our own
rwople have ordered war ships to that
inland. Germany will have to restore
the native ruler that she arrested and
carried away, render satisfaction for
insults to our flag, and make amends
for injuries to American citizens, or
he will get herself into trouble with
our government. Bismarck is too
sharp a diplomatist to allow the matter
to terminate in a rupture he has all
he can do to watch France and Russia.
The fruit growejs of the state have
drafted a bill for an act to appropriate
money to aid in creating a Board of
Horticulture in this state. II is pro
posed to divide the state into five dis
tricts. This is a good move and would
be far more beneficial to the people
than a state fair, to which the state
lias appropriated $20,000 during the
Zast four years that has benefitted only
comparatively a few, principally one
eountv, viz: Marion, by reason of the
im practicability of the distant coun
ties in availing themselves of its bene
fits. Such a measure as is proposed
would reach a large number. Ex.
Pol'ties sometimes bears a hand in
fixing the rate allowed. 1 once saw
going ont of an examining surgeon's
ofttice a hearty, bluff, county commis
sioner and local politician, followed
slowly by a ragged, painfully crippled,
prematurely old man. I was not much
surprised to learn a few months after
ward that the eouiuiifsioner had been
allowed $18 per month for some mys
terious facial neuralgia, and the crip
ple had Leen increased to $4 per
month for his open and discharging
wound of hip. And my surprise was
no greater when the surgeon was nom
inated for the state senate, on a close
vote, by the effort of the aforesaid
LEBANON" PRODUCE MARKET.
Corrected weekly by C. B. Montague.
Flour Per 50-lb sack, $1 15; per bar
rel, U 50.
Bacon Sides, 16c per fl.
Butter Fresh, per 2-lb roll, 40c.
Eggs Per dozen, 25c.
Chickens- Per dozen, $3 50 to $4 50.
Ducks Per dozen, common, $4 50 to
$5; Pekin, $6.
Geese Per dozen, $7.
Turkeys Per lb, live weight, 10c.
Hidj Per lb, dry, 6c; green, 3Jc to
Sheep pelts According to wool, 15
Deer skins Summer, 30c; winter, 25c
Everyone knowing themselves in
debted to me will please come in and
pay by the 1st of Jan., 1889, as I in
tend to put all accounts due me after
that time in an officer's hands for col
lection. W. B Donaca.
The Scientific American, published
by Munn & Co- .New York, during j it
more than forty years, is, beyond all i Their most sanguine hopes have leen
anpstion. the leadintr naner relatincr to ' more than realized, uvertnree nun
Several years ago Chamberlain & 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
coughs, colds and croup, that the pub
lic appreciate true merit, ana in time
was certain to oeeome popular.
aeience, mechanics, inventions, pub
. lished on this continent. Each weekly
suo presents the latest scientific top
ics in an interesting and reliable man
ner, accompanied with engravings pre
pared expressly to demonstrate the
.--ubjects. The Scientific American is
-.ivuluable to every person desiring to
keep pace with tlie iuventious and dis
coveries of the day.
The December report of the depart
jnent of agriculture makes the product
of -corn l4tT8,"90,000 buahcls,. valued; at
r.i cents per bushel. The aggregate for
wheat shows 414,860,000 bushels, a
vield of 11 bushels per acre Tha ag-'-reo-ate
for oats is 707,737,000 bushels.
valued at 37 cents. The comparison of
aggregate value shows the present corn
died thousand bottles of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy are now sold each year,
and it ia recognized as "the best made,"
wherever it is known. It will cure a
severe cold in less time than any other
treatment. For sale by M. A. Miller.
I h a ve j ust FO USD outwhat farmers
need. They're DEAD gone on my new
harrow, made 7JST independent sec
tions, to order; e4ch section can
be cleaned and moved without trou
ble. Wagon s nd Ii OX and set of har
ness for sale cheap for cash. Iron har
rows or any other work done tfojler
at the Fed Front blacksmith shop.
Ten years ago Tacoma had 1200 in
habitants and Astoria 5000,.-' To-day
Tacoma has 15,000 and Astoria 5000,
known under the firm name of Cooley,
Washburn & Co., the "Co." being rep
resented by W. C. Cooley and I). Ir
vine, who have purchased an interest
in the business.
Those desirous of taking advantage
of the present low prices of blanket,
clothes and wook-n goods, should boar
in mind the fact that the entire frtot-k
of the B. W. M. Co. have been remov
ed to the store of F. F. Croft, and aiv
In-ing sold at prices that can never
again be duplicated, or purchased at
the present extremely low figures.
Our "winter of summer" for the past
few days has given place to regular
"Simon pure" web foot weather.
"Gusty gusts" from the south, accom
panied by heavy showers. which are
heartily welcomed by the loggers and
lumbermen, wno are awaiting a rai-e
of the Calipooia river to drive the large
number of logs lining the t trcani for
miks above town.
Tho Wednesday morning train on
the O. It'y, when about one mile from
Scio, met with a delay by the derail
ment f one of the passongor couches,
caused by the? presiding cf the track.
Owing to the slow speed of the train
at the time no damage wax done other
than a shaking up of the passengers,
who were transferred to another car,
and went on their way rejoicing that
no injuries were received.
There has been for tiie past week !
considerable activity and interest dis
played in rclijrioris circles. At the
Baptist Church Kev. Lie Roy has been
holding a protracted meeting with a
full attendance; at the Presbyterian
Church, South Brownsville, llev.
Itolie, assisted by Rev. EUvoithy, have
been conducting meetings with the
most satisfactory results. Many con
verts are being made and the public
generally who have been in attend
ance seem deeply interested in ths re
ligious work- Ou Sunday last the
Baptist Church was crow ded to it ut
most capacity by those engor to partic
ipate in the Sunday exercises. The
meeting, winch was of a most inter
esting and effecting character, being
addressed by llev. Le Hoy. At the
First Presbyterian Church, South
Brownsville, Kev. J. It. Kirkpatrick,
assisted by the pastor of tho church,
llev. Robe, and also Kev. Kl worthy,
pastor of the M. K. Church, held Sab
bath services to a large attendance.
James McIIargue has purchased the
business known as the Brownsville
Bakery, and will furnish the public
with fresh bread, cakos and confection
ery at the old stand, one door south of
the postofllce, John Stenger, the form
er proprietor, departing for 'Tacoma.
W. T. T. S. P.
M. A. Miller,
FORTHILLER & IRVING,
The Mi. ShasUi Route.
Tims EetTreen Altany ani Saa Fran
cisco, -S5 Hcsfs.
Califorrla Expresi Train Run Dally
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
SAN FRANCISC01 j
".nil." sKTii. :
lt)P V....1.V lTt?:ind r.. l' T. . M !
!.... I.r !l unv Lv... I MS P. v. I
.'.;" A. M.....W ..an I rati' ! . ...i-v... 7.t f. v..
Local Pcssf ncr Tralnt Dally lexcept Sunday)
s iii .7 v7.1Tv....".l-r!l-.!:i - Ar. ?. i.
; rt r. v .. 1 v llm-tr I.r ..11. "S .. M.
4.WJ-. M Kr K-.:;--!:'. ..I.v... : Ui a. M.
Local Passerteer Train Os.lty (except Sunda)
EVER BROUGHT TO TOWN.
ti of joi-!-y 1 -iirrt-1o!e; fc-T-
:v i :av clocks.
ml inspect my goods.
G E. HARDY.
K-rui a. r.
v':-"' r. V....1.V.
2.1-"' P. M r
Ar. 1 P.
I.v. :; r.
r... I'm; i
l.v... S:.v r.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLKFP1NU CARS,
For acc.iiimMl;tion of Second-Class
Passenger, attached to
The f. A S R. II. retry nuiki-s e 'impel ion with
n'l (ho rei-iiliir Imins fii Hie Ka-t titl 1'iv. fruin
foot o( F sirx-et, l'uitlunil.
West Side Division,
PORTLAND and C0RVALL1S
TIIE YA0UINA ROUTE.
ORF.UOX PACIFIC RAILROAD
Oregon Beielopraent Co's Steamstip Line
Better Bargains than Ever!
Ilavinsr a complete assortment of General Merchandise,
bousht at a. big discount, wliicli he still proposes to sell at
cost, purchasers will do well to call and get his prices before
buying elsewhere, as you can savo'from 25 to 30 per cent.
The highest market price paid for country produce of all
kinds, either in cash or goods. !;
CRUSON & MILLER,
Msnuriiclurcrs or nail Healers In nil Kitvls
K JJ R K I X U R K .
Import all First-Class Goods
DIRECT FROM TIIl EAST.
A complete btock of Vi'ftll Paper, IX-co-rations
and AVindow Sh-ides.
.7: a sri-:ciALTV.
' y ;
Mall Train Daily (except Sunday)
:'(. m. ...l.v I
ll-jr. ii. m r 1
At AU-nnr anl "r-iHis omticet with trains ol
lt'-: in I'n-ili- KuUrouil.
..i) p. m.
.! j. in.
Express Train Dally (except Sunday.
tr.'i p. ni..
"M I . ni.
.T.v rurtm-itl Ar..'.ii n. m.
. Ar Mi-Miiiviili' 1 . v...,:4r h. m.
To All loltt
SOUTH m EAST VIA CALIFORNIA.
CJ-For full infiv-miiU.-ii ri-pnnliMB rates, mop,
rl-.. i-iii1 tin tMMitjniiiy'sJ a-rt-nt at Allmny.
is. Koi hi.i:k, k. '. kh'i::i-!,
Msnaccr Afi-t. U. 1". .- I'axs. Agi-nt.
crop -worth 31,000,000 more than the the same as in 1880. Oneie,!the result
St. Charles Hotel
W. Onrtior y.n n1 Shprmnn ftroet-s
Ubieks r.o.-t of Kuilroaa Depot.
H. E. PARRISH, Manager.
Tublcs Supplied with (he Rent the
Sample Kooms nd th Hect
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE
225 SHORTER, 20 HOURS LESS TIME
Tlmn by any other Route.
First Clf-s Tlironfcl- tiiseii-er Freight
Frnm I'irt'ni!l aii'l all ivint in the Willa-Bette
Vulb-v to ami from San Fraucircu, CaL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays:)
A! nisv. IW n. tn. I I.v. YaqvInw fr3 a. m
I.v. IVIIVJIJ iw.l lp. ni.
An. Y.m in a iiUa) p.m.
Aa. Amiaky, 11:10 a. m.
O k C Tilling eouneet at Albany and Corrallis.
The ubove Trains eo-ineet at Yaliiiin v.ith the
uti-ftiii iHrvcli'Vinent t oiniMiiiy's Line of
Meaui-'hips betweeft Yaqniua aud
PA I MNU DATI J5 :
-rhiiK.!:7 Froni H.'y. Prom Ya'piitia.
W illiinii ne Viill. y IVc. b I
Willntiit -tie Valley
T!ii -- CoTtipnny re.erves tin? right to ehange Pall
inc dales v. itlio'ut notiee.
Pa'eiif-Tr! from 1'ortlanJ. nnj all Willamette
Vuli'-v iK-ui's. rail maKe eii--e vouim.-viiou whu
lie Tri'siii of the Y.iyviNA Koi te at Albany ir
t'oTvai.K (lni: ii ilc-tnn-u u m:h rranei.eo1 tmiu
nrrati'tetn arrive nt Yei-uintt tliQ tveuiiii; before
t!e date of -iulii'.;?.
rnwMoiiBernntl X-'rolsfUt Itctes
ALWAYS TIIE LOWEST.
WAGONS, BUGGIES, HACKS,
AND ALL KINDS OF
r. II. 1IASW1-XU
Ccn'l Kr't .S; la-w Atr't.
l.reeoii Development Co.,
"UI Moiite'iier' St..
Han Friiiielee. "Cal'a.
c. c. iiot;vK,
AefB Cenl F. 1'. Ag't.
O. V. K. P.. K. Co.,
s'g030&$fr. Willamette River Line
fj?)Z tftfJfSK THE "THREE StSTiaiS"
g&Jt?J-- - i''-- 's''!viOt,&i Are In wrvice for both pn-enser anl freijtht
frKri0f - ' - Sr? ' " 'fivvw trafie b-tu een -ornllis ami Pnrtlaittl and inter-
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TOOLS OF ALL SORTS,
Light and Heavy Machines,
BARB AND SMOOTHjWIRB,
XIOIS, STEEL, . COAL,
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
Call in, Gentlemen, and we
will Make You
,j i-j vv i-: sl ii.
Notice of Dissolution.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVVN THAT THE
co-prtner hit) hereto'ore nirting between;
1 - tr..b!.m.n MrttlPT!) 1nlnlT'
A nnrrws idu v. v. t
j business under tbe firm name of Andrews Haek-
Nf.HTH BorNn. . lnn.cn Is this dav di.-ivel BV lUUluai
f or-allis Monday. Wednetday. Friday, c c. juckleman will eontinue tu DUMnese !
old stand, and will collect all etaima otw ana pj
all demands acatnst the lato ffrm.
Lebanon, Or., Jan. 1,
J. L Cowan.
J. M. Ralston
ft a ,77 - l..:iv. Allmr.v !-:l0 A. m.
Arrivu f-alem. Mu'mlav, Welnedxy. Friday. 3
p. in.: leave Salem, TueMlay, Thursday, Saturday,
s a. m.
Arrive Portland, Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday,
3X0 p. ui.
sot TH noi-NP.
Leave Portia-id, Monday, Wclnesday. Friday.
G a. m. . . . . .
Arrive Salem. Mtintlav. Wednesdav. Friday. :la
p. m.: leave Snlein. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
i a.m. I.eav( Albany 1::!0 p. m.
Arrive orvallis Tue.-day, Thursday and Satur
day p. m.
'Young man, go north." That is
No Trouble to Show Goods
TINWARE AND HARDWARE
Paints, Oils and Brushes
DTCYOK & HOBSOK'S,
Thantinir the public for their liberal parronagB:
in the past. I ik a continuance of the same, and!
...:n rr. tr, an eonduet BIT tMUUJiess aa to)
mi-rit the natronace and ftoo.1 will of alL Call:
and see my goods and learn price. j
BANK OF LEBAKOH,
Transacts a General Banilnj Easliess.
C. C. 1L.VCKLEMAS.
Accounts Kpt bjt Cbek.
Inkssts -! Ntr Tark. SaL Frls
ciHt, Portland ud Albany. Ons.
FINE. LINE OF GUNS
Good Stock of Ammunition.
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
DEYOE &. ROBSON
ARK agent roa
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