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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1889)
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Fi ' mibMT-U-rs
v have that ja
Jt up thvir phIi.
i.Mia. C:i!l in
' '' that shall we
Bivn us, and
pon, to do to
, .forest? Are
. zjrood an gel
, himself over
if by magic,
..d vj-ried sounds
ry? Are we still to
that all the many
rovements that we
,.r and talked of in
- ; to - me unsolicited
ftnet unakit f we have Ut n mirs
Idj? this delusion iu our mind, if we
are awaiting and espeetiuif
upeu in our lavor that are mt in aW.yt.
f coraanee wun what has happened to
j, other ioiiaui unities aroum! us in the
! ra,e. may as well now and forever
I iifsenrd this faW hope, thU delasiv
i ream mat lias lulled us so Ions int
rieif blis-fut Inaelivity. A'l things
re xsible to tlmsa who are mt wea-
itv nM "I :Y:.r. " . " ' " :
iiZL W : " u S r ' VU: "
BS alone. determiae wtuthcr
h.l be somethin'more tlia
1 o . V
I Nature has supplied us much mc
lavishly than many other portions
vrv. ! u-. i n I dV Hit; X. jIV !
me Ftate. Mie has held out to ns in
fmany ways the hand of encourage
"j mebVf Hhouah we have as ytt been
elow to atxx pi it; but it is not too late
to put id mi oar and try to acquire
?what ivemsslu.i have fc-asuod years
eg-o. All that is necessary is a fetart,
kut there is the rub, to stWt, to gain;
...... 'h..v.i. w .
iui fit re a win more wi il soon le !
p--'uea up a way. All we want is to
make up our minds just what we want
to do, and g at it in a bushiest' like
i-&y and ivfth it on to comph-tion.
(Vhy net cail a meeting of tiu repre
4eminjr t!ie but-intss inuro-t cf the
cny ana v . umy at once and formulute
Hans and pp. .int committees. We !
wait with bated breath; we listen for
V call to action . When that time
tomes and thriving industries are
ffted in our midst, then the question
Viil be answered, what sdiall we, ns a
jpmmunity, do to be saved. J. J.
I We heartily e miai?:ij the above ar-
vele by J. J., and sincerely hope that
ted on at encr.
' c-nergv and
J only consult
IU ( Jt
!g for the first
a iiarcn at 7 o ciocK
and let us do some
cs and our town.
C SCHOOL. j
lie school reveals '
- xut 110 pupils
W of these are
Xow just think
young pupils of four or
ne room, aud then de
teacher Jhe Herculean
' all of them. We be-
'irisdoes all that any
ut no onekeacher can
5ow.r Prof. Hunt has
i do ip lua room, and his work
jgii, atid with till
assistant he t
Aanajo that, but what of the fu -
us show tlie prosjierity of j
Svii, all wh have at heart the j
of our children, think, talk j
Oil this nucbtiou.
orioc paid for produce
iuTrmiics i 5 cents per
omatocs" i-7 ir ton for
'rs per bushel for peas,
.-"iindred bushels of tomatoes
ts per jbusliel, J75, allowing
i and tiie farmer clears
c-re orvk all expenses per acre,
d Jlt wasons i
1 one S'i&f i
P f .F l UJ
Ull I &
f.;t Y1 111!'..
i:. U. " m;- n !, a r r iiiM il :i
H-.-iiUi-. JTvy re tirn :1 from Ws.l. in
O. 1 ' CVrdtow. Jr., ntiirr.ed from
iV.: i!.i.i! -i MiM-..l:'y.
J. M. Mey-r vturm-l from Pirllrtist
! VH'h.v !:, ttml on lue f;itv
M iiuIhy l.-i't fnS.iU in.
U-.-i, C. Wmisr.! nml wltV on
;ri l-ud.:y U-fl 1"o,- AUny, r hunuu-tn-
hum? on Iho ft.lk-wiuac Thur-l:ty.
O. P. Co.-;hov, Sr., h.-iS tinrirg tr.s.
pa-t wp:k rnUUv hnyirnvrsil in lx-till!;
tuitl U ft ct rt rovcring from his Lite at
tack cf sis knr;-.s.
... f" t IT1!!'!..!- fnw Uil SmilM
MfMinnvi:ie en Frklay nnhtri
; in n-Hn-tfflf tn a t li'iTim. in
i 3. . i HUM . . ..-
forming livr -f the hos hius iUis of hev
On the fnumi Fmuuy m thin month
. ... . "X- ..1. 1 .
.1? t lie itiUSlst c II V 1. iitil ui-MM R-
villo, liov. Carpus Spvrry will preach
the fnuial s rnion of A. V. Thnm n
tt .o..!t d. AU fi h'n.l-i of the f;un:l
are ir.viud l he In ntumlnneo.
The-nitny fui'ntla of Julius 7-iner
left f r Pan Fran -i.-co t umlurjj
the on. nUl;n of ItHvlnnr a tumor re
moviM from Iiis neck, will hs happy to
knovr that the cprrution hns IhhH flu1
ocsltlly p:'i fi)nnol hy Dr. McLnin. A
1 or rvivtitlv recievetl from Mm. Wner
states tlr.it h r haslvmil K at tht prrn
ent tim, rest ln easy, sufiorin; hut
little pain, with fair priwpecU of recov
ery. Tliomas Kay, r., furmor snpt. of the
H. "V. M. Co., during the past wftl
haa puuhi:sed :it 8:li ni, for the sum ot
?15,tK, t'ne property nrul watrr power
formerly In-longing to the Salem oil
mil!, at whieh phut he has in eon
temptation the erection tf a woolen
Armnpenients aw? pending for b
tiO.nOO I itinuifrom the citizens of Sa
lem, which txnu will, as pe r late ail
vt.Hva l shoi-t'.v i-aise-1 nml tho llllll
I completed ami operated prnvl.
As will le seen by reference to the
notice of dissolution appealing In this
week's isue of The Extrr-.s the Ian
firm of Thompson
Wntin has dii-
hvsu I the future bcin,
cairied on hv II. Thsmpson, at th
t Uate the entire Mmk tf goncral mer-
It - handise an 1 is now prepared t give
a I l lt.,L. t .f 1. ,,
j u;c j uuiii; 111c tisK ut . 1 v v
I iivl V 1 1 11 1 111 IM 3. It .H, III I II .III J V l .
tiocs. l.arg-e qua!!tili8 of groods havt
been r.rderrd fi t ni the well known
firm of Marshal!, Fields &Co., t 'hicaaro,
and CM. Iles-.derson, celebrated foi
their excellent quality of Itoots and
shoes and footwear, embracing a wel!
sol-ctcil stoch ol" spring and summer
go-Mis of the 01-st brand.-!, will be sold
i:t ui ,st reaot.nhle
prices. As before.
eountrv produce will Us taken in ex-
I change, and a discount ef five p?r ctn!
will be allowed for cash.
T. S. P.
We hosrtUy ei. dorse Senate bill Io.
43, ,;l,owl1 s ti,t? ni"h license bill, that
iias become a law, tut wny discrimi
nate between town and county? I
the erson in town b; ttr than the one
1:1 t'.u country? If either has the prev
alence it is the one in the country.
Then why make a law regulating the
moral: of the county and letting the
tow n take care of itself? Shame
such inequality. We lisvi"rt-oiimion
county whethave j;Ve in town or
j "'iJt-nuT let us put no burdens on
r eountrv friends that we do not on
,i.o denizens of ineorjiorated towns.
-"-ted weekly by C. B. Montague.
-r 5'Vlb sack, ?I 15; ier bar-
ICC pr 5b.
l, per 2-ib roll, 4c.
i!i 11, ItiVc
vr dozen, 50 to $4 0.
dozen, common, $4 50 to
Per lb, live weight, 10c.
,ier lb, dry, tic; green, 3c to
pelts According to wool, 15
, Dter skins Summer, 30e; winter, 25e
w v e
had the pleasure of meeting
S. A. Dawson, State Senator
bom this county, last Friday evening,
lie was visiting his home during th
re-ess of the legislature. He is one of
the pioneer settlers of Linn countty,
and has long held the confidence and
tstecm of his fellow citizens. Eight
years ago he represented this county
in the lower house, and two years ago
he v as ei0f.ted Rate Senator. Xo
t f-, v k x. u V- V v IV4 JI V'U'UIIVVM VII
sen js a strong Republican, he was
elected in a Democratic county. Mr.
Dawson's record is above reproach, and
he is noted for his energy and upright
Persons troubled with rtn.umatism
ilioald try ChamWrlain's Pain Balm.
One appl. balion will e. se the pain, and
its continued use has cured main- casts'
of chronic and inflammatory rheuma-
tism, that had resisted other remedies
and even the treatment of the best
physicians. Price 50 cents per bottle.
For sale by M. A. Miller.
The average age of all the people of
Franco is given as thirty-two years
two months and twelve days ; the av
erage in the United States is only
twenty-four years ten months and
The Toronto lote says that Eng
land spends 40,000,000 a year for fruit,
fresh, dried and tinned. This is why
I . . - . . . t n . 1 . . . . .. r. 4 -. - .. . I .
nv ''' 3 inouuois
in that line in Eondon. Our share rf
IILJil v,JJ-l,l'7)l-Hf IS lllli KlVULJOll Ui llie
Jru-.t it terest m tins state.
During 18SS the total amount of rail
way construction in the United States
j was C430 miles, .which is only one-half
of thf .amount huiit during-IS87, and
twohuHiof that built for lSSfi.
licw Can Parents
Allow (heir children to eoueh and strain and
' eouK'i n-.d calm I- sar. "Oh: it is only a little
! col l," and keep giving them cheap arid dunger
; oils iiiedicincs nntil they are dow n with lung
jt-ver or conn;iiption, when they can be M easily
roK,vel l,y E EGG'S t HEHEY COl'GH SYItUF?
Urtllt TO li -rt.il,
I r..u iiithrn-1 t Vac ;
.1!! v.:ik;-,o-.vn, mill iV.i"i iiiiitcnt,
.iV 'h'.r.i.llA- Ul h'.aiuiinritt.
U I'.onr I ii;i:i, anl siiithiasr inorp.
t!::: :!o-' I m;ii; h n iv.n.J I huT's tmo,
Wini wi!! j.ij r r.-M l;:nitly It .,
Jail .-.y ., ii kai i'y :oi,
Xvr Ci 'iut luv ia , or le-s ft jnna.
x vi:t liuirr.
1 vnut h t' l'vt, !!'.'.;. on :i o hul ,
Wni n ; art? rtark, nn-l ih.-ii;4 mid erM:
A . tt. m my fi.l.tri'i t fw! ! ,-t:iv,
W.iiii' 11 -!v 1 fro;;.l Mfv'w uor.ry wuf.
h'.i: h !uvo I rt iint, nu l even more,
I 7v.t ftHH.iTo a light my home,
A fcisi i jr,-ei me when I nm :
A iscnn in.-i? swi-i't nml lii'.y (-!ilme
Siiull willi my own kivp (.'Vi'ii time.
S:if !; iV:;'i:.i I Hiul rvt-a iimrc.
I ivnnt a kind wrl-.i-liil j.tnc?.
In Mini :lim:p!i;- of ul! my m e ;
I uaat llm! men u-.a'.il un ut of nie
ta Kvnttc toap.i of thai ity ;
Ami even more.
I v. ant in r i-l 1ih p In my lu nrt
I've hi teil wi-n my ImmliU- jvirt :
A art when my I'lirtlily eiur 1 rial,
I waal ihe Miiier'a kiml well ilot'.e.
Ail lliis I v. a t. nml m n-.orj.
A LETTER FOR THE EXPRESS.
Mr. F.mtok: It has been my priv
ilege to read your excellent paper al-nnw-t
front its first Issue, and amoiijr
other things I frequently notice items
f Interest from the thriving town ot
Brownsvillr, which call up aome pleas
ing reminiscences of other days.
once visited that highly favored vil
lage aud had the pleasure of meeting
several clergymen who then ministered
10 therpiritua! necessities of the vari
ous churches of the town and vicinity.
rht.8 minister I Khali never forget ,
specially the aptness of tteir names.
First, there was a Hishop, Key. W.
it, ef the C. V. Church, who appeared
to lie a "bishop" without amiter or r.
Hut there was a "IJoIt," however,
among the clergy, not such as bishop
wear, but a live, tqioakirig ltolc, Rev.
It. of the Prtsbyw rian church.
I also noticed a ".Sta'r" preachrr
among them, Itev. Phil, of the M. E.
church. I cannot say that he was a
tar of the very first magnitude, never
theless he was bv 110 nivalis a small or
dickering thing, but thone with a
pure, clour light in the darkest nights.
Next, I saw two Pearls. 1 hey seem
ed to he real pear's of considerable
value, if net of great price."
Audi lure was preacher " V.Vrth.'"
Will, I cannot say just how vtduabl,
he wtt, but he was highly le'wEswi
by b's p.'cpie and the p.".-pIo generally .
There was one "While" preacher,
who did little preaching, however, yti
he did good service otherwise.
And, ?Ir. I-Mitor, singul.ir and
trange as it may r.t'm to you, one ot
lie preaoht is whom I saw was "Wool
v," t!iL- Itev. C A., of Fugene City.
I.astcf all cr.:ne a "I;ivcr," who
seemed to dvssire to ho!d the line in
"lis own hand?, srul to keep the whole
With an urr.iy of preachers,
lead .mould not Brownsville take the
u every good word and wnrk.
Do mt he afi-.i!d of ent'iusiiisn;
there is more lack of heart than brain.
The world is not starving fir need efi" U
education half so m uejj. as - fiTTea rtiest
iiueres! oi'j: r,,r s.m!. We agree
tiU-KrttTi the Indian wli., when talked t
about having too much ztttl, raid, "I
think it far better for the pot to boil
over than not to boil at all." 15e Burt
to muster on the right Mde. In
churches there are two classes the
positive and the past-ivo; or the pro
gressive and do-nothings. Oneaggres
Mtve, positive worker is worth fifty easy
talking, don't-care members. If there
is anything psiiive in you, show it.
Put on the whole armor ofOod and
stand your ground.
WORD3 CF WISDOM,
Who waits for dead men's shoes may
have to go barefoot.
ilonesty is the best policy, but policy
is not always the best honesty.
Balances on the credit side cf the
ledger always look the best.
lietter to begin the world without a
dime than end it withsut a dollar.
The man who lays his hand to the
plow and doesn't look back is doubly
JCo consciousness of rectitude will
entirely take away the sting cf being
a rn.irosKii vnion.
We understand that at a meeting of
the Oregon Presbytery of the Omnlier
land church at McMinnville in April,
that the Congregational church,
through Dr. Drown and Atkinson,
will make a proposition for the union
of the two churehen. We give this as
a matter of news, knowing that it will
be of interest to our readers, aud in or
der that these interested may be de
liberating on the matter.
Tale lieariilg about follow workers
is of the samu quality as possip alKiut
one's neighli-s, and no better. Speak
ing the truth in love in vhat a true
Iixnggeiations a'out Christian work
cue is engafri-d in or interested in, is itc
mueh to be1 avoided as corners on the
Board of Trade or speculations in min
It is stated on ?:ood authority that
Mrs. Harrison and her daughter re
fuse wine at dinner parties, a faet that
will not lie uninteresting nor unpleaa-
ing to a large majority of the citizens
of this country.
The protracted meeting at the Meth
odist church still continues, and a
great interest is manifested. There
have been several accessions to the
Preaching at the C. P. Church Feb.
17th at 11 a. in. and 7 r.m. by ll'v I.
R. Snodder, Baptist minister. Friends
and all invit; d.
Rev.C. A. McDonald,' of Portland,
is assisting V. ;v. W. S'.iipworth with
the protracted meeting at the M. E.
Rev. J. It. Kirkpalriek went over to
Scio on Tuesday to assis R?v. R. T.
Moody two dry in a protr;.ctd niett-in-;,
-P '''. rs
A Pleasing Sense of Health and
Strength Renewed, and of
Ease and Comfort
Follows tha a us of Syrup of Fig, as it act
gently on tlio
Kidneys, Liveh and Bowels
Effectually CI e twin g tha System whea
Costiv or Bilious, lHnplUng
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
and permanently coring
or irritating tli onnuui
ich it acts.
Tor Bl In SOo and SI.OO ItoHlel by U
SUlfrTAOICMEB OSI.T ST Iff!
oiiiroRiiiA. na byeut oo.
&l rSAJKISOO, OAL.,
tonsriLLS, Kt., Mr Toss. K. Y.
THE SAN FHANCISCa
Price, PtJl per Year,
THE SAN FRANCISCO
IrJee, 00.03 pr Vear,
a" rsrurex i to
'piiE san rr.Axcisco wtixly C.VbL
In n tiuaJoca.' c's":t-tog I ter. It lit .
s-J'.-J cvtty Tlionie;-, r.ad coco'.ns t'l rf
tho ir-:r:r::::t i-cs: f fso ral, .e:arl
f-r-ia every tj-t;rif fi.- i'o'-. r;i.-:5
CJ t- Cm: ct ..:ti'.!'.a.:o:. It - :it; i i-l-
n-3-.lsjr i pee eoraapeaJcarc f -x m c1 '-t
tie j rir.t t;: ii;!cs cl t'.;o :!i i :-! u t
Cii-ur.t i f t'o tc t !c'e; t .tl t.::'. :!;'.jsit
I .:er'. Krcruttire It t : -a l -c l;-.t:.t
ei-.l iacj; rc::tj:oC-ai i ttrt mi
let iWtat.'C9 s CS1 cvea t-!" ci.'t ' - ' 11
t Lortlcu::uro' end i u'-iUra! u-r-.. t 1
li in every n. :Tti.t e,Cr:t-c".;j ti.Ta.l; pt-p-r,
r.jpcslisj tJ Uio ialercit cf c .-c.-j" Lsiilcr
t J lc toutcjo'.J.
THE MORNING CALL.
U r. live tietropoliiaa Oaily. 1: 1 n !':
LVRCrSTC IKCl'LATiOS and l.-rcccjofeeU
c J tclr.f; tic LE.VW::a NET.s;v.i Eitcf t ii
I ac!e i cr.st. i:i;i;r cf tbe ebovc t sr-f
vc xi-'tll send rotpcU cs a iireciluta oa nj
ti.!;t ct C-e f !!?trhi cut&ciii-.:i?n i
t it tUc ccmbinatioQ :
This j i-r i:l More Irs vt year - - Si 5
T'li s I !i?r ntid We
Wly t'!'. x-r year
BOSS' OF THE ROAD
They are the BEST.
Ask for them
TAKE NO OTHER.
If anydmlcr n M tie tins the IT. I. reMa
wltiiout ntin and price Mampect os
Ute bottots, pat talni dawn as a fraud.
IV. L- DOUGLAS
RKt In tKe worlH. K'anilaai hla
SS.OO ORNCINF. ltAXr-S.W KP) fIIOK.
4.W H AMMf.lVF.K WMI KliOC.
I'OLICK ANI rAllMt-.K? KIIOK,
tti.HO MTKA VAI.I'B CALF KCOIS.
te.8-1 WOK K I NGMAN'S SIIOK,
. mt.OO and IS 1.75 HOTS' SI UOIH, KIIOES.
Ail uuule In MoturreM, Pulton and Lw.
VV. L. DOUGLAS
Krst Material. IWt Grlm. Host Ftttiac.
It but bv vour rl.-alt-r, w-Vlte
W. L. UOtiQl-AS. BKUeXTON, 9tASa
C. C HACKLEHAH.
St. Charles Hotel
X. W. Corner Jfain and Sherman Street,
lilck.G Krt ot KailrtHid cpol.
H. E. PARRISH, Pvlanager.
Supplied with the Rest the
S.imfile Rooms and the Host Accouitaodationii for
GENERAL STAGE OFFICE.
Ho Trouble to Show Goods
DEYOE & ROBSOX S,
V,. .J f I ' vliA t
L " V-' " !".'. A. .
Mucli the Newest
Nobblect and Eargont Stwk of-
In the County
ON THK COUNTERS
L. E. BLAIN,
When vou want toJ
'fr"drcss up," we would
fl)e glad to show you
through and make the pi
bright price, t
ratrnled Pee. STlh. HJ7. tj- U H. Erans.
The wl-.THtfjnctl having purchased
'he riyht of Linn raft Ilentort counties,
now prvjxtrvl to build fence or 9;!l
wt-shinr and ranch rijhf$, Parties
purvha iinff aid fence mnching can
"f jHd th'ir otcn f: n-:e for one-ha'f the
os? of it shriHtr fence put up in roll,
t::d ij.t ii bet t.T fence.
Ort.-e at l)E YOi: & ROBSOXW,
i!bay, .... Oregon.
! OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
SOUTH RRX PACiriCCOJIPAXY'if
The Mt. Shasta Route.
TlP3 Eetwica Albany and Saa Ym
cisc5, 35 Eoars.
Callforr.la Exprets Trains Run Dally
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
7 i5 ji
M....I.T rinlaud. Ar...l0-15 . M.
Alk-anv I.r... :t5 . .
x.....r 5an Kr'am-ico....l.v... 7 AH r. M.
Local Ptiirnir Trains Dally (sxcept Sunday)
x .TOa. SI....I.T t'onlnd
IS -10 P. N....I.V Albany ...
2:40 f. ....Ar ..latene
Ar... 8 r. .
l.r...ll -K5 A. M.
I.T... SOT. .
Local Paner Trains Dally (except 8unda
5 -4R A 7m . i 7. F a nooTZ..T7A r 1S Y. M.
6 S . M Ar ..AIba!ir t.T...K':f0 r. .
i0 r. X....I.T Lebanon Ar... .0S r. .
2 is r. M....Ar Alt-any...
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
For accommodation of Pecond-Claas
Passengers, attached to
Ths . A C. R. R. Femr makes connection with
all the regular train oil the KaM Side fiv. from
foot of F ktreet, Portland.
West Side Division.
TO AT LAND and C0RVALL1S
Mall Train Dally (rxcept Sunday).
7-TiOa. m..i.v Portland.
12:ift p. m. Ar CorTallj.
Ar..:0O p. m.
LT...1:) p. m.
At Albany and CorralUs connect with trains ol
Oregon I'aciiie Kailread.
Express Train Dally (except Sunday).
4 no p. m.
S.-00 . m.
.9 :00 a. 1.
,i 5 a. ni.
To All Point
SOUTH 1KD EAST YIA CALIFORNIA.
9-For full laforaialioa regard tap rates, aaapr,
etc.. call on company's agent at Allmny.
K. KOI.UI.KR, K. P. KOOKRS,
Manaser AarL G. F. A Pa. AffenL
FDRTHILLER & IRYING,
Mnufactnrvrs of aud Dcr.lers in all Kinds
Import all First-Class Goods
DIRECT FROM THE EAST.
A complete stock of Wall Paper, Doeo
rations and Window Bhadea.
TINYARE AND HARDWARE
OF ALL KINDS
DEYOE A EOBSON'S,
Vrre invite you to come and look through our Mam-
J moth Stock of
GrocGries, Provisions, Tobacco, Cigars,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, Etc.
TVXitwiii to QniHS unci Ti-otliy Seed.
PURE GOODS &
Hides. Furs and all kinds of Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
We Guarantee Fair Treatment to All.
W. B. DONACA.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Linn County, Or.
In connection with my Jewelry eatab
lisUineut. 1 have addi-d a
FresH Candies, Hats ft Cigars.
The candy i. loth hand and tuachin?
made, and is the
EVER BROUGHT TO TOWN.
My ttock of '.ry ii eompfele; hare Jut
cesved s supply of
Call and ius.et sny good.
G E. HARDY.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
OREOOX PACIFIC RAILROAD
Orcgoa DeTelopseat Co's Stsamstip Line
92S SHOilTER. SO HOURS LESS TIME
Thau by any other Route.
First Class Throne Fan(r A Freight
From Portland and all Points la the WlUametl
Valley to aud from &in Francisco, Lai.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME SCHEDULE, (Except Sundays:)
Lv. AiitanY. 1 00 cm. I Lt. TAQrtv. 6 45 a. m.
Lv. Corvllis.1 4'J p. 1U.
Aa. YAyl l.NA b.'tu p. so
I Lt. CoavALLislO:35a. m.
. ) As. Alsahy, 11:10 a. n.
O A C Trains viuist at Albany and Corvallis.
Th. sbore Trains oon?ct st Ysquina with the
Oregon l;li'prunt ConiBaoy s Line of
fcleauitiiin between la&uuiaana
BTriui saT I From . F. f rom Yaoiina.
This Company rererres the rlrfht to ehaage "ail
ing datss wiUio'ut notice.
Pasaenjrer from Portland, and all Willamette
Vallsv por.its, can make close connection itl
Ihe Trams of the Yaui'ina Kocti at Albany or
Con-allK and If destined to Han Traucisco. should
arranire lo arrive at Yaquina ths eveuing be or.
the date of sailing.
Passenscr and Frlfflit Hates
ALWAYS TIIE LOWEST.
FOR INFORMATION APPLY TO
C. II. HASWEJ.L. ! C. G. HOtiLTC,
Geu'l Kr't A Paw Ajr't, Acfr Gen'l F. A P. Ag"t.
Giviron DoTelopinent Co.
S04 Montcotnery St.,
Sau Frant-lco, Cal'a.
K. K. R. Co.,
Willamette River Line of Steamers,
THK-WM. it. netAC." THE "X. 8. BR.VTLY,"
TIIE 'TifREF. HSTKRa"
Are In rerrlc. for both pawenRor and freight
tratlic between Corvallis and Porllnnd and inter
mediate points, lnHTinif company's wharf, Corval
lis. and lrn. Hulinnn & Co.'r wharf, Kas. 200
and 202 Front street. Portland. Monday. We.lnes.
iay and Fridays, making three round trips each
week as follows.
Leave Corrallij Monday. Wednesday, Friday.
6 a. m.: lc.tve All!nv M:S0 n. m.
Arrive Salem. Monday, Wedncwlay. Frictny. 3
p. m.: leave Salem, Tuesday, Thursday, ialurdy,
8 a. m.
Arrive Portland, Tuesday, Thunday, Saturday,
3:M p. m.
Leave Portland, Monday, Wednesday. Friday,
6 a. m.
Arrive Sal'Mii. Monday, Wednesday. Friil.-ty, :15
p. m.; leave Salem, Tuesday. TlmrMtajr, Saturday,
6 a.m. Leave Alb'tny 1:1H p. tn.
Arrive t'orvallis Tuesday, Thursday ana Satur
day 3:30 j. m.
Paints, Oils and Brisks
DEYOE & ROBSON'S,
At Cost! Still
G. W. SIMPSON,
purchased the stock of Clothing. Gents' Fur-
nishine Good?. Beets. Shoes, Etc.. of C. B. Roland
. & Co. is now
Better Bargains than Ever !
Having a complete assortment cf General Merchandise,
bought at a I itr discount, which vs still proposes to sell at
jcost, purchasers will dj well io call and get his prices before
buying elsewhere, as ycu can save from 25 to SO per cent.
Ihe higucst market j -rice
kinds, cither in
WAGONS, BUGGIES, HACKS,
Light and Heavy Machines,
BARB AND SMOOTH WIRE,
IRON, STEEL, OO-AL,
GUNS AND AMMUNITION.
Call in, Gentlemen, and we
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVrX THAT TIIE'
co-partnership nereto'ore existing between!
D. Andreas and e". C. Hackleman. partners doinf;
business under the firm name of Andrews t Hack-'
leman. is this day dissolved by mutual consent, j
C. C. Hacklaraan will continue the business at the;
oM stand, and will collect all claims duo and pay;
all demands again -I the late &a.
Lebanon, Or., Jan. 1, lSiS.
TlianVing tlie public for their liberal patronasej
in the past. I ak a continuance of the fame, andj
will endeavor to so conduct my busiuess as to,
merit the patronage and good wUI of all. Call;
ar.d see my goods and learn prices. -
C. C. HACKLEMAX.
FINE LINE OF GUNS
Good Stock of Amnmnition:
DEYOE tv ROBSON'S,
IS OUR MOTTO.
to the FrontI
prepared to offer
paid for country produce of all
will Make You
J. L, Cowan.
J. M. R&tston
BAHK OF LEBAHOH,
i Transacts a Geseral Basting Basiaess
Accounts Kept Sabjeet to Chwsk.
Exchange Sold on w Tork.Saa Fran
cisco, rortiand and Albaay, Oregca.
Collections Made st FststsUs Terr.:.
DEYOE & ROBSON
AP.E AGEOT3 FOR
The New High-Arm Davis Vertical-Feed
Best Machine in the Market-