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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1890)
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TITM T TI T fiTYPJQ Of dollars in solid brick and stone buildings goinc; up.
I EliH IVlIL.LilllNO Already a dty of fAOOO population.
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i st ! hhoulder of our sails." Kverv ftliii cmssinc the Pacific "sirjlits", our : jn
bound for San Francisco. What New York is on the Atlantic, Seattle is on the Pae
Nature has made it so, not man.
I5KO Thcro is mora iron (bposit in Kin? Cranty than in tho State o1
lVmimivania, more than (i(,UUU acres ot coal boas, ,i.u,uau acres oi nnesi agricultural iauu
fin the world tributary.' Oeutor of great fishing, cannm mmwnng, logging and
mining industries, and with a harbor equal to any in tho world Jier snips nna meir sa
into every Hea and her commerce to every shore.
fill J3C A.?:4I3 Five transcontinental railroads will soon have their Pacific terminus
: in Seattle.
BECAUSE tljfi fsu-ornlilo oStiionij of MEN that DEVELOP tl.inptH and the j.WloHoplijr of tl history of thojiast
; uiuic itm. U'iu! wjiat tvmtor Ihmv siiid in afixicch before the "Ma iHuchiin t( Club" ou l'ligot 'ounl recciUly:
" It. in (ii.'Mi uU to iunipnc v.but U t be t!u' (Icsthiy of that v( ii:')ful repirn, iiiiHUi.it(ccd on li.is curth for (be fcr
: tiiity of its k iil uid tiio gri'ttt va;-icty of i$ isfiturni rmturccK, with a wvluWrions climate, wbcro it hccius iinpos-iblc
.4hat huiisau lift should w.tuv to n-i t'ml ii' ti c o:lin-ry l- of hralth rc ob, icrvwl, a Bliinnlatin?; atmospliorc, vi;;n
i jtiin ion! body nro at tliftr ItcMt ; !bc woMilcrfi.l onuiiuiuit of fuow-clad motsntuiiiH, lofty catara-.-:, and fowts that
I iituinr.l tin ir'bu;;i nizc when tVi- vt.hr. of I obanon wore an a n-i-d uU Hh-hc things ar a pa'rt of Amorica, areoar.1,
nr.-mini', nri'voim:. T!wu ot.r brethren nod cliblrcn and kDikiiii n lmv- enrried tho jrinei;les of New England,
Vl- hi,'!, in-,! i.rcVaiiiio;, and whirh li;itjnab; fr.nu Southern OalKoruia to t!ie i'ntixh line, and then, on tho fihor'ca of
(ho oliieid ialimd eH, tbov nro (o repent on a larger wain, with grander remilt, the wonderful drama which wo and
,,ur laihorB In-.ve oiiat-twl hor The-: nro t b:; th? B!r-f! of a woal d.j-: r Now YorK, the liouien of a more crdtnrcd
Ku 'tvii, the l.a'l i of a moiv learned Harvard, and the workhops of a btifier Voroeter. All tliij your eyes and mine
i:i:iv not roe in i;H l ull fruition and perfection, but the eyes) of oar children who ire already born will sec it.". Stronger
words) from a wkor Kource neor wore littered.
Thin iN-YOUR opportnnity. A few hundred a oi
honsniids invj-tt?d iia Hsittl3 now will make your independent living
: -solve the J!read and Kaiment question forever.
Is ou the vcrv top of I.Ieri'f.l Island, Ea:d r'eattle, in full vie.v of eternal Known, the whole city, the Bound and moun
tain ranges oil every xi le absolutely the most beautiful ppt on this earth .'or a home, the plaee where culture and
refinement v ill i enter
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I'.'.iH preppvty 1 an never been on the matl-et, r,nd were it not for proving lioeeH.-ily to build a church it would
1 1 e ,,is it t(H,':!y, i:ul whenew r the amei.nt jeeeiii d is Koeund it will be withdrawn from the market.
Around Ibis" marvel of nature" man never wearies- Mineral springs,
winding walks, rippling fountains, dash of waterfalls, rnggedness of cliffs,
smooth calniiiessof lakelets, fish all sizes and hues, darting from bank to
: Dank in the dear watcr-these and countless other things make this park the
pride of Seattle and the resting place for man. I Iere the in "V estoh
will make the quickest monev on investments. $20,000 of improvements are
f going in immediately and this park is in a belt of country that has outstripped
j in developnient aiiythiniv in the history of Seattle.
I1 and has a most wohdeifiil future.
( 1 AtfTA limii'tv ivnm to SI .500 Tier nere 011 sale.
juinuM riueresis, eic., eie. ceize uic uiuiit uppui-
;!:timity, cos He at once to see
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Vho will show you
SAMUEL L Y0UHG,lr
Has opened tor the Fall and Winter trade a larger assort
ment than ever before, and invites the s ,'eial atten
tion of the people of Albany and surround
ing country to his mammoth
ro ma iitfinriQi)
DRY OOOPS AXD MOTIONS,
r.OOTS AND SIIOL3,
CARPETS 0? ALL KINDS,
OIL CLOTHS AND
CLOAKS AND JACKETS, LACE CURTAINS,
In fact a complete assortment of general merchandise. His
eutire building, including basement, first and second stories,
is crowded full of new goods, bought direct from importers
and manufacturers for the present fall and winter trad
which affords a stock of new and fresh designs large enou$i.
to supply any want, and which will bo ssld as low as first
class full weight goods can be nought anywhere in Oregon.
Specialties in Ladies Fine Dress Goods and
Also in Ladies,' Misses' and Childrens' Shoes.
The public is respectfully invited to call and inspect cur
magnificently stocked display rooms.
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NEW STORE and FRESH GOODS!
We have a complete line of ladies' and gents' Rubber Good,
nbber Coats, Raglans, Circulars, Newmarkets.and Silk and
Gingham Umbrellas. Prices to suit tho trade. Rubber Roots,
Sandals and Men's Rubber Overalls. We sell M. D. Well.- &
Go's, celebrated custom made Boots and Shoes,and carry tho
latest styles. These goods are purchased direct from the
manufacturers in Chicago Agents for the celebrated Ludlow
f-hoos, in .women's, misses' and children's goods.
GOOD VALUE and SQUARE DEALING!
Ye invite your patronage.
Barrows & Searles,
uid where to niake best
i less TIME than any man in city. Room 348 Se
;tlf Bo( corner 3d andGheny Streets, or
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All parties contemplating building, or desiring lumber for
any other purpose whatever would do well to call on
IUMPI IRBY & TAYLOR,
At his lumber yard at this place or at tho sawmill.
We have on hand a first-class stwk of
! Bills of all kinds filled on short iic:c
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