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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1890)
Pl'lll.8tlKltK ANI ritOl'KIKTOItK.
THE OTIIKIt SIDE.
Tho Duke of Vclliniton i re
ported to have ertid that the art of
war largely constats in cortcetly
ruefping Vwhat is on the other
j-ude., Wrhaps ho wag thinking
of the configuration of the country,
or of the number and disposition
of the foes concealed by the inter
vening elevation, or both. In eith
er sense the paying is applicable to
ti e warfare of life. The marvel
lous success of some business men,
and the equally mysterious failure
of others as honest and industrious
and capable as they, depend ujxm
this faculty of. correctly guessing
"what is on the other side of the
a tacttitv wwen resolves it- i
. . . i i .. I T
self mainly into observation and
inference aided by experience.
There is a large element of certain
ty in the contour of "the other side
i f the hill." We may east our own
hoit scope, so far as it is governed
by our moral character in early
life, our struggles and our conflicts,
our victories and defeats; but the
,great tide of uncertainty about the
doings and failures, of the crowd
who will jostle us in our road, j
teems at a first dance somewhat i
terrifyinsi. There are inanv aie
lo good guessing testimony of
friends and relatives, known heredi
tary proclivities, tranifest tastes
and tendencies. There is one code
or indx of certainties about what
is on the other side of the hill,"
which "we have not yet opened
the steadfastness of the moral as
well as the physical law. No one
expects that on the ether side of a
literal hill water will tiow upward,
or the lar of gravitation tamely
accept any insult, or light be re
flected at any other angle, than the
angle of incidence, or sound-waves
alter their velocity of vibration, or
anjv other fundamental decree be
changed. Yet there are people who
seem to believe that on the other
side of a metaphorical hill, morals
will be found entirely changed.
Grapes will hang on thorns, and
ligs adorn thistles. Wild oats are
to be sown and the finest wheat
Teaped. If on ''this side of the
hill" we firmly attach ourselves to
some divine law or promise, the oier
ation of which will not cease in the
.middle of the journey, then we know
what is on the othe r side of the
hill namely, the workinar out of
that law, the fulfillment of that
It is true that the appointment,
"In the sweat of thv face shalt thou
eat bread," was part of the original
malediction which apostasy caus-;
ed to be breathed over this creation, i
But it is equally true that labor!
Gfxis ordinance whilst man
kept unsullied his loyalty, and that
it was not bound upon our race as
altogether a consequence of trans
gression. We may not believe that
in paradise labor could ever have
Teen wearisome; btrt we know that
from the first labor was actually
man's business. Labor is the ap
pointment cf all God's creatures.
In his primitive state, man was re
quired to dress and till the garden.
There was no curse upon the
.ground; and therefore, we suppose
not that it required, ere it 'would
vield a produce the processes cf a
-diligent . hw-b;tfedry. Man was a
laborer from the beginning; God's
earliest ordinance scemsto have
been, that man should not be an
adler. We contend that employ
ment is distinctly God's institu
tion for mankind, no reference
whatever being made to the inno
cence or guiltiness of the race. We
Tnav smvoose that previously to
the fall, labor, so to spc-ak, was
one department of piety; and that
in tilling the ground, or watching
the herds, man was ps leligiously
occirpied as when communing with
God in-distinct acts of devotion.
The great and fatal alteration
which sin has introduced into lab
or is, that a wide separation has
been made Let ween temporal busi
ness and spiritual. But we hold it
of first importance to t?ach men
that this separation is of their own
making, and not of -Crod's appoint
ing. God may as trul- be served
by the husbandman whilst plough
ing up the ground, and the manu
facturer whilst toiling at his loom,
and by the merchant whilst engag
ed in his commerce, as by any of
U:ese men when gathered into the
solemn assembly. When God leel
the eastern Magi to Christ, He
led them by a star. He attacked
them through the avenue of their
profession. Their great employ
ment was that of observing the
heavenly bodies, and God sanction-
,xl their astronomy and honored
The official count for the gov
ernorf the state of Oregon will
MCiot he made until the state legis
lature canvasses the vote the sec
ond Monday in January, 1891.
There is no doubt, however, about
the result on the gubernatorial
contest. The returns as far as
they can be obtained now give
Pennoyer 4,720 majority.
It is an old saving that charity
begins at home; tut this is no
reason that it should not go abroad.
' ."A-g' n should live with the world
as a citizen of the world; he may
have a preference for the particular
quarter or square, or even alley in
which he lives, but he should have
a a generous feeling for the welfare
of the world.
There is this difference between
happiness and wisdom, that he who!
thmks himse.lt the happiest man , n ine evemnir ei juue ac
really i; so; but he who think, t' TmZ
hnrseli the wisest is generally the Hlellts eonsistinar of will rendered and
ffKMI 1X - ! " IH'C. VC
:": t'M:l itk,l, Set "!
"t. ii iis v.; id' r tr.'iv, and apj.-lU-
J fn:Vt nri'S-nted wit h hi end 'and mill
or erushod berries
with the kindred famiea of rural
pwains, who can do a good day's
work and keep their linen clean, ta
all a -most wretched phantasm.
Pork and cabbage and dirly wrist
bands are the facts. There is a
plentiful crop of orators for all the
nirieulturnl fairs (most of them
city lawyers, hot knowing a Jersey
from-a Durham) who delight in ex
patiating upon the opportunity for
culture .vfforded by the quiet and
serenity of farm life. There is no
life in the world, which, well hus
banded, has not its opportunities
for culture; but to say that the
working farmer's life is specially
favored in this respect, is the gross
est kind of untruth. Long even
ings forswth; nnd the orator who
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!1 I 1. Ill T IllQ ST V I O 1 (4 1 1 Fill 31 1 1 1 V f rji i
mg oui oi nis i:eu ar eigiu in me
morning; while the farmer is
a-field since four. And are not
these four hours to be made goul?
The m in who rises at four and
works hard all day, is sleepy at
9 r. M. It is not perhaps a grace
ful truth, but it is a physiological
one. Nothing provokes to sleep
like out-door life. You may over
tax the nervous system ami dodge
1 m-IU l vl a ru" U1V"
ocular system must have its bal-
ance oi reinise. me one voting
fellow with starched shirt may re
bel at this view of the ease; but let
him take three hours in a bay-field
o June, behind the Vevolver rake
with the reins over his neck, the
land being lumpy, and the colt
dipping a foot- over the traces at
every bout, and I think he will
have a sweaty confirmation of its
general truth. If you have an im
proved method of farming, then in
the language of the schools, "show
how its done."
Fourth of July.
Come every ne.
And bring the babies.
Grand strtH't parade.
Racing, running and jumping.
Prizes and purses will Iks given.
Interesting exercises, sjeeches and
liisr ball at the city hall, first-class
music, gd suppir, etc.
"MeGinty went to the bottom ef the
sea," but this celebration will be on
t"t and a "bans up" affair. ' lon't
hi tea it.
J. M. Moyer left for Portland Mon
day. C. C Stanard is visiting Albany
Hay harvest lias commenced in
John Sentrer is building an r.ddition
to his dwelling.
Horn. June 9, to t.e wife of G. V.
Didson, a daughter.
Ripe cherries have been plentiful
during tl pa--t week.
The E. W. J. t o. nre daily receiving
large quantities of wool.
.Vrs. Clyde Foster has for the past
week, been extremely ill.
Uncle John Dinmond, f Coburg.
was on our streets Friday.
Miss Viola Temple returned from
Portland during the past week.
The census r the- present year is
now being taken by the enumerators.
G. K. stanard and wife, of Albany,
paid ilrownsville friends a visit on
J hn Cox, of the firm of Cos Find
ley, of Orawfordsville, was in town on
The little son of I,. Harvey, who has
been extnmeiy ill with lung fever, is
convalescing. O. P. Coshow, Sr., on Thursday re
turned home from a recent visit to Sa
lem and Portland.
A. P. Howe and family on ThursJav
mored into their new residence ii;
E. A. Kvans has commenced the,
construction of a new dwelling on lii
farm one mile east of townt
Hop vines are looking thrift, r.n'
akmz into consideration the dry
weather, making a good growt .
I. V. Htarr, at the City dni store,
has built up a fine trade irt the cigar
line. Try one of his smokers and be
Mrs Susan Zemwalt, of . San Francis
co, has !een visiting H. J. C. Averiil
and family, also family friends in this
Jake Bilyeu, who is confined to his
bed suffering from an attack of f-iek-n
ss, was at last accounts rapidly im
proving. JcIIa'gae & Gei try, at the City
bakery, have a novelty which they arv
d broils of showing to the public. Cail
and see it.
The excursion over the Oregonian
rtilroadon Sunday last was well pat
r nized, a large number of citizens par
ticipating. Waters I?ros. have cornered groceries
down to a 'line point," and are giving
the best quality and largest quantity
for the money.
Mrs. Keeny, who received Mine
painful injuries b- being thrown ironi
the wag n of Jode Pearl, is again able
to be on tne street.
Mr?. John Ke'sey, of Harrisburg,
who for the past week has been visit
ins her cousin, II. J. C- Averiil, on
Friday returned home.
Harvey & Smith, at their brick yaid
in South Brownsville, have commenc
ed operations and will si on have a
supply of first quality brick.
The present term of the North
Brow nsvi lie district school closed on
Friday, the 13ch iut., with appropri
ate exercises at the city hall.
Mhses Ethel Lewis and Ida Furger
son, of CorvaJIis, who for the past week
have bet n the guests of Mrs. J. W.
VVillsor, returned home Thursday.
Pillsbury, at the Red Front, is giv
ing immense bargains in notions, nov
elties, picture frames, chronios and
cutlery; he also carries a fine line of
Professor and Mrs. Garland, at the
conclusion of the present term of the
Brownsville academy, were, by the
pupils, presented with a beautiful silv
er pickle castor.
Work has commenced upon the new
bridge tospan the Oalapooia river. Tin
old bridge timijers are being burned,
preparatory to the new work, which
wili be completed in about five weeks.
Cooley & Co., of South Brownsvill ',
have completed their windmill and
tank of large capacity, which wilt
furnish an atmnauee of water for irri
gation. a3 in case of fire, "it3 a good
James G. Clark, lyric poe t and bal-
beautiful musicui compositions.
Pi ter Hume, who for ihe pat worl
'las be -ii to Crawlordsv lie in the hi
l.ri "(s of ih i.i so i.ln Mi'is of l iu i!c
ul!i pr.iju-riy, which isU'Uiu thorough
v -p-dud tui't put in running oniei
for the fall Ji.'fvt'st, hi Fild iy 'return
ed ho(ie t Hruwiisvill.. .
tleoive Wurnienth nd ilfe on Fri
1 iv xiurteil f.ir t lie mountains t- 1
one t he entire summer montlis; ihe
will vbtt uppi'i'iind lower Soda spring
on the S;oitiam river, l- isli mid Chm
laktM, and uls the hot springs at the
head of the McKeii'.ie river.
The residence of lailhcr White, In
outh Brownsville, during the past
week b.-trely escaped dcsiriK'tiou b
iire, whii'h Ciiuaht In th.' moss upon
ho "roof, presumably front filllnr
sparks, mid hud gnlm-d ennslt'erabh
headway U-fore It was discovered ami
The so-called MeKnnhiss Mbifrtre!
Co., on WtHlip-sdar evenin-jr at tie
Xoilh Brownsville Cil v H.-.li. irave to
a very small utten binee mi tquaUi
smnll ihm tormance. as reirnrds niel li
mid oriirintihtv. The prosrrnnime -
carried out en this oeeicimi w uld no'
fivorably compare with a Ix-cr lnill.
file m i f irnu nee, the ne's being old
.nit threadb: rv, and the clmrire fer iid
mlitanee 7 wnts an extortion of the
th-st water, for a very purr show of the
"oarn-stornilmr " c"ider. The strict
parade and nn.s'c whs excellent am1
o istitnted the entire uttraction.
Mi'isrs. PereefuM and Pln clc.v oi
Fritlav returned from the Caliipi-i:
ind lhu river mining distilet, when
they have been on a prospecting tour
having mt t with gr oil stieei ss In loen -imr
a new claim, en'pplngs Ironi whlel
-Vtw remrk;ible rlehni'ss of the pit c
ioiis mend. The troll trading to tin
Brownsville elainw rs In some pbu 8
M-H'kcd by fallinjr tiniU r. or wash I
the pr.st winter, and one of the "laieUv
15v" buildings bus been crushed ey v
fling tree. In pluees the snow ye'
i m on the ground, but not in rtilll-
etent quantities to interfere with pros
pect nig or numng.
On Saturday afternoon r.t the farn
'if W. T. Cochran, Ijol-i, the Symr oh
dmigllttt of J. M. Howe, n'u t with
son-e serious inlurios, nearly resulting.1
I"cie: tn. I ne little clrl, in iiniiitiinv
f other ehllilri'ii, wns riding on a non v.
from which she fell, her feet i'comhii
eiitaimled ia the stirrup b-sither and
he was dn'rired over the rock
u'reund. ice iving some d-nnrerous o--'
painful wounds, prine:pvll v on thi
head. At iii-st reports tlielittlesntferi1'
wns r'sting easy find hopes rre ent'!
tained that no serious d;:tnage ha;
1 een done.
On Saturdnv evening the Nirtl
Brownsville oily hM wns iwmlrl t
its ut in. ist i-tinc.i'it v bv thos- iissemble
i witness the entertainment by m
sehl, cnsisi in- ef sonirs, reeit:iiloii-.
lialojiue's, a Ix-tiutiful nnd well ex
eu'ed Japanese fan drill, a five char
"ter dialogue, "Feat ho a-d Sh'-lte.''
al an Ig'it etmr ti t i d alosne-, "Hov
r lo Whom Honor is Due," duets h
Misst-s Itiley and Brir-e; v o the
Giblors; solo, Mary Jolsti-on; ir.;-Cn-S'C
Boss; ree't::tion. tieoryria Dunn
Th folitwj!ig i hameters were
ehinungly represented: Pric-tet-s i l
oiitio-e, (Jn.ee Bihy; Flora, Ann'.
.VonK:.k; Terrcs-tria, .linnie H i!e
tie. mm. tiraee .Vellargue; Chrvso
iine. Belle Cushman: Aeilu, Oietn
ley; .Veloria, eorg'i Dunn; Ce
lestn, KdnM Dvson; Psvehe, Jntld
Howe; l h i t una, Alma I-Boy.
(rat Cn-dit is due, not only to Ibt
pupils for rapid improvement and pr
ficiency in their studies, but als t
Pnfe.:sor nnd ."..'rs. (?aland, prineip-;!
:u;d iipstefant, n's' Clyde Knapp wh--has
had chanr of t he prime ry o1.isit.
for the i-liiRp ntlefti.m civen to. their
departments dull g the past te m
We ii iv happy to attite that the services
f Profes r and Mix. tJnrland have
been teeureil for next year's tuition.
HO FOB THK SIIMIS.
Martin's P.avch, June 5. We b fi
HroM nsville for the mines on the Blue
and t'alapooirt river mines on the 4;h
of June. Our party was couimwo of
the followiner gentlemen: Nate H'aud
ish. J. llieg!ey, Mv. Ijiinsrwoitliy, Mr.
I'erfiru'.l, ainl .'fr. .Aeoek (who wa
left, but made his npprain-e on the
'Srownsvilli; Lihtuim; Kx press Imhi
four miles from Brovviisvil'ii ), also J.
!'he;rley, Jr , and your eorreiKindent.
We eannel the "firt nibt at .Vr.
Wrifjlit's, about forty miles from
Brownsville. A fie" tupper lie:ir and
HHisrar yarn were in onler, Jr. lung
wort by in the chair. The nu-uilieiv
told their experience to f-uch a tle;;i-
that tut y did not sleep mmh that
nisrht, a the lensi noise idmut camp
wns thought to Ih? a U-ar or eousrar.
when it was only a iiojr looking for the
scraps that weivlrft from snpiwr. Al"
were ttimplainin all li;y nbout iiemjf ;
sleepy. AV. 1 1 unworthy to-tl,y put j
on his war paint. At noon when we i
stopped for dinner he went to ihe river j
to wash, and came baeU with his fao
a!! painted red. He had wiped lus fae. j
w;tiia:cd handkerrhb f and it dved 1
his f.ue red. reaiiiided one of an
ItidiiMi i'i his wir pHint, and we have
named him Iteil Cloud.
If he-vs.i h'7ii'tiTv-OM i
Th. .wil n-i'ke -Ve hnn S. xa n i'i puiiee
Ti"s ii s. ' i i fi-h i !c mpr lii bp-l
Ai l c.i ca i'" lm i i ilic seii of his iiiis.
JfE G. We ts-avelcd (o-day alwiut
tliiriy ni'lcs and cnniiei at the Martin
Ran.'ii. The rMids are ppUndid -never
saw thorn lietter.
JtrXK 7. T-da v we have comt iilont
thirteen m';bs. 'e stopped at Ilick
boii's and Wveu'l's, and went to see
the famous Knuna and (Soldeti Kagle
mines, two very promising miiK-s. but
they, like the n:t, are waitini? for wmie
one with eapitid to take hold of then:
and m:.ke them paying prni-ty.
There i-i enough paying ore in : i .h to
last fifty years. The Knuna is owned
by IV.anchard, Waters and Thompsoi'
oi Brownsville, and the tjoldeti llagh
by Iiivelen of Halsey.
To-nijrht we are eamjH-d at J. Davis'
ranch, where we will leave oi r wagons
and pack to the mines, a distance of
ix miles. We will have to do some
good work on the t'-ail as we jr in. My
next letter will be from ihe mines.
Cait. K. I). Hagan.
ITavinir purchased the Findley prop
erty at Iwtr Soda springs, we will
so improve it as to make it a most dt
sirable place to be visited by thost
sei'king health or pleasure. "Will do
our best to make it pleasant for those
visiting this well-known resort.
Notica of Dissolution.
NOTIOi: P-l HEKF.IIY ;1VKK TffAT THE CO
(Mi1?ier.ii; ln.-rotf.ro oxi.iini; InH-veeu
John t'i'::cr ft.i'i -To.-. Wn--MTii, k:vnvi; ns the llm:
i L"iirT & AVii-"-eiu, is t!is riny tlisv.lve! 1
ninni;il CDtiut; nn:t t'.'.l c-luiuio to nvrl fii.su tlii
late linn will lo paid ar.il rceiivcd by Jo.M.', li
Sijrced this 3'-)lh y of June. isrr.
Joil.V I'N'K'!, Sen'.
JUS. WASSOM. St al.J
At my yard lu the suburbs of Ix.banon
For Sale at Reasonable Rates.
All Kinds of
MASON WORK DONE
With JCr-atncss anl Despatch. Inquire of
P. W. HARD IN.
OH. r-tY BKCKl
BTOI IT NOW,
OON IT UillU PC TOO LATK.
1 Ivivc :rr tr:juMrvl nntv vi nm 'Srith
iti--c'f )! Ilir kiilucv nnd Inve triwl
iimiiy ditV.-rc'il tettip'lip nri'l have
.ttiK .t khI Iroin (hifrrt'nt ih5clnn
with ml rt'iici. Aivmt tne itn oi ajuii
I mit iinci'inr ftotn a Tery violent
nllnclc Hint almost prontrnu-d mt in
urn a timnnrr t int iu ncin ovrr.
When 1 mt down It m nlmnxt Impiwsiblc for me
to ccl np alotir, or tu put on my clothr. when
k:A rroviilince ent lr, llculcy, with the
ORliOON Kll'Ni-:Y TKA, to my
hotel. 1 Immediately commenced
uslujf the tea. It had an almost
miraculona ellrct, and to the aston
bhincnt of all the nucflta at the hotel,
m a kw days, I am nappy to atnte,
that I wn n new tnnn. I will!)
tecummenil the tea to uU afflicted!
aa 1 have been.
O. A. TCrrER,
Proprietor rvddenlnt Hotel,
banta Koaa. Col.
So said Bui
wer, that I
Novelists, a n it h e
nevif sH'ke nivire
trulv, mid he tnieht
have added with equal force, that merit
is tlie essence ot success. S isdom
Roliertme is the synouvtii of merit, and
its history is sncccfts. The ninirical ef
fects of tins preparation have been attest
ed by thousand of the leading ladies of
society and the st;i"(?. It w tlie only arti
cle eve r discovered which cives a JVaiur-
al and Btaxttiful tint to the complexion,
at the same time removincr all rouehnesa
of the face and arms and leaving the
skin soft, smooth ami velvety. It has
long lee n the study of chemists to pro
duce an article that while It would beau
tify the complex ion would also have the
merit of tieiitK hartiti'css. but these two
important qt-abties were never brought
wjjctaer until continued la
7 - ,
uont Kinr Youit old stove.
You can l uy a?.y of thu
TIILY CAHHY A FULL LINE OF
Siom Wars, also
PUMPS ANI I'lTMP FIXTt'ItH4.
Jntt H'ort: done on S.hort S'oti'.-i:
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Land On he t Orec hi lit v. Oivt-nn,
Jii t Ii. ls;o. f
ii.-i- U h-n lr r!von th:i th-.- fniiim Iiie-n m
4i ir li:is l-.l.-.l ti.tiMi r l:5-s ITircntum iti
.inrtl inv in fiii'trt f hi- el-tjoi. nn I iht
!inf :!! Imi mr.il K-fur tl:e ftmot v llerlt u'
i Inn r.Mii,;-, nt AH.any, Oreim, mi 1ue-4lay,
July i'. 1-50, v:
HEMtV E. UOnY.
Prf omW'.on 1. S. N". 'Vs:""). for the X. E. H of Sw.
Ii Ti. I J S.. li. 1 hji-t.
II-. i!ini th fulliiwies iiB-wtn froie 111
ihi;iiiii'14 rf-i'lrtM-- upon ail fui!ivoiiii .
lnii.1. vi.t II. H. Vmom. J. M. Simon. A. c. I.i-
ii-rainl M. A. IH-'kewii. nil "f '' li"n I. O
l i'in rmintv, OriKo'i. J- T. A1TH'.S N.
Timber Land, Act Juno 3, 1378.
NOTICK lIK 1'I JII.H ATIOX.
I'sni ii si Trs I.ani urn. r.
Di:r.. n r. dtviroii. ;reli ::. 1A. (
TTOT'CK IS IIEHKUV l;IVK" THAT IN I'OM
l i.Hi.r;.- n ii ii he iin if iht- n-l f e
-.-. i,r.li in- :t. eTai. n:titU-l "An m t fr ilit wl
t' ii:nl t r i:rnl lu tnv S'b. -' i'li..min. On-pm.
Nv-'iflii, nii'l itMiiniti"!! lvrri!er.
THOMAS J. M!L..til,
If I-banmi, roui.'v of l.lim. Slate of Orrsin, lm
hi'l;v t'.lnl i lh'i t"Vi-v M t.wni -la'i'm n'
S.. V. t. I'.'r Mit 'iir ha.' f Ih1 N. K. V4iil ',-
t.ni i, ill fn ll-hm N. l-'M.!tll. rulifu"' '
-!i-t. nn.l il! irfTcr I'tinif l -hint ll .uli.olnr'
..Mij.'it 1- tiinr,' v(l1ii:iI'!o ."r i't llmlw-r i-r -.
in n fin- iu-rii l!linil lmn '. Kti'l I 'MHl-li-li
ii rlniiit l' i-l lnml lHfmv the n-pi-ter iimi
Tvvtwr of lh:sii:!i.-e lit iri-fim 1'ity, OtesHi oi
.l.nnlfiv. Ilu- ilnv if AiiKii-t. I ..
11. iiliriic-i wi'm-M--: lieo. hv. M m. Hrtl.
M. li'irliiivt nml J. E. Squitv, all of Ia-Imiiikii,
nr mill nil i'riw e'lii-iiins Bilvertb" t!
alHivt'-il;! r'.Svl Ur.N rttv r.--.iH-t,i l fiU theii
I'l.iiwn u iliiiuiv mi nr h Torf miM -.SMh ilny ol
unit, ll. J. T. Al'l'i-.11SS. Relri-UT.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
SOUTIIEBN BAC1 FICCOMrANY'i-
The Mt. Shasta Route.
Tiao Ectwesn Albany and San Fran
cisco, 35 Hours.
California Express Trains Run Dally
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND
lion i. x....Lv
.r.io i6 a7 m
:ls r. M....L.V
7:i A. M....Ar
All'iiny I.v... -.t.
,1,11 i,"ri:i'iM.-o....l.v... 7:.KJ
Lcca! Pass. nf;r Trains Dally (except Sunday
a. M....I.V rorilnnd
U:IH I. 31. ...I.v Uiutuy
2:1 P. N....Ar KuRvne ,
...Ar... 3:4 V. M
..!.. 410 A. M
Local Kassengrr Trains Dally (axcept Sunday ,
: jO r7N...l7TTT. A11.HI1 -."..- Ar... H:W A. M.
y:i P. M....AT l.i'1-aiwil I.v... 5:l. A. M.
lt.'O P. M....1.V Albany Ar... ":'.'.- a. m.
1:M P. M....Ar Ij'llillHllI I.v... S:iO A. N
.:! a. M....1.V Albimy Ar... 4.'JH P. .x
a. M....Ar......lxfl:iiiiu ..Lv... :i.4l) r. M.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CAHS.
For aeciiriiniofiatimi ot SccorKl-Cla.'-l'ussciigein,
Tbo S. P. Co's Fuuy make crtnmy-llon witl
ill iiie rcpiilnr tra'nH u Uw Eii.it 6iiU lliv. iron
ihjI of lr Mrvut, I'oriiiuid.
Vest Side Dlvlaicn.
PORTLAND and CORVALUS
Mall Train Dally (Except Sunday).
ra.... I.v......... I'iirtlniMl
lo Ar l.'-orviinir
Ar:'iO p. in
Lvl:M) p. n
At Albany nnl I'.rMillis tonncct with trains ol
OreK.m I'ncilic Kuilroa'l.
Express Tral Daily (Except Sunday',).
I :f ) v. n. ... I.v I'm tli.nil Ar.
H.-00 p. iri....Ar Moitinnville Lv,
JvA a. m
- To .V 11 Points
SOUTH ASD EAST YIA CALIFOMIA.
jJir-Tnr full lnfor7nnti:n rrjmT1inir nts, mn.
etc. -.':'ii mi fr.niiny'it r.cnt nt Albany.
K. KCIK1ILKR, K. r. KO'lKRS,
Maunsei Asst. ii. F, A l'asa. Agent.
Hang Out Our Banner on
the Outer Wall.
Montague's Magnificent Spring
Stock oi Dress Goods in
Such as De Belees, Foulards.
Qwiaa Lawnt, Olthop and Victoria Trlaimlngs,
Rlbboni, Velxtt, Pluth I i Many Shades,
Buttons, Om Thousand Varieties
In fai-t fvorytliiti!! to make a liulv'r
pyi'i fairly ppurkli'. Itolh the Mam
.moth store and the One Price Cafu-
-tore are the rei ipiunts of Intim-nsi
Stocks, ami Montuiiue jrojMsc to
.t-li theia ti the ii.ojle who deal ii:
in any town m the Mate of Uresron
Fu tliufe wise (?) ones who trot of
t oil i ir than thrir home town t
iiun li:ie cheap John trash, paui
ere it Ik. too late; tlit-eard the idei
of buy nip anvwhire but at home
ami then out r of Montaaue, anr
you will have your routh reneweii
your mind in pen ne ctntent, nm
IW centi' worth for Tour ilulla
every time. o halts, no -.hromo?
no f-tiii or woou engravincs oi
wfullv liomelv shoemakers tl.e:
Montairue uelmie his customer
.vit li, Lut he DOKS rive them tin
htiii e of tne very I test frotnlp fron
tke larptst selection this silo o
iVrtlnnil, at the most nuMlerati
rices for cash or approved countr
Ho who Hea!jt mjr purse Meets lrah
r roni tlie lact that 1 have emp
titl it in purchasing tlie ab-ve
lamed gotMis at panic prices, ant
ilso in purchasing tlie daisiest lot o
LA D I KB' SHOES,
Talk aliout other brands of shoe
than the magnificent line kept In
Montague. Mkhi, ilv, don t lothe
ne; there is nxm enou,li in thr
world for thee and me. Wc car
FIT anyone, and when Montagut
'ays FIT he means it, ami he is not
;oing to send you out of his palatial
tores with thoe nboiiimalile monster
in leather winch von nniv noesibh
iml in other establishments not r.
liotiniitl miles from our grand eni
(Miriam, nml which makes your fee'
look as though you were n new arrival
'roni Chicago. No, lo not make any
miiitiikc when you want GOOD Ilootr
or Shoes for mother, wife or sister,
he grandmother to the baby, the
grandfather to the last new boy, but
lie mire to call on Montague and se
ure what you may require iv that
line. Every pair fully warranted.
Noy as to Clsthing.
When the purse was emptied, n
ilmve succinctly set forth, Montague
was ioHi(Mllcd to oKn another hur'l
ir the purpose of wcuring to our cus
tomers tlie latest novelticn in tine suit
is well as tliixte atiaptcd to every-lay
wear. We are now opening up our
elegant designs in Oregon City Cloth
ing, California Cassimero Clothing,
Men's Clothing, Youth's Clothing,
Hoys' Clothing, all Imported tSoods,
v'legant-liltiii! garments, at scandal
msly low pricew.
Moiitai.ruit him had over forty . j-cars
Xfierieiiee in Helling goods, twenty o
Ahich were -spent nmong you right
here in Lebanon, and he now propose
io spend tlie evening of iiis life in giv
ing to one and all hik-Ii prices as the
lioss Granger of Linn county nevei
dreumcd of. Make Moiitsgue know
you are going to py cash dowu and
no grumbling (the ehronie grumbler is
a despicable creature), and he will
make prices to you all right.
MONEY ONCE MORE.
The people who promised to pay up
by the 1st of last January and faikri to
connect may find their accounts where
it will not - please them. Montague
does not propose to waste valuable
time in huvting up these delinquents,
but will send the most forcible collec
tor he can employ to wile the dollars
due me from those much-promising
and never-performing gentlemen.
CHAS. B. MONTAGUE;.
Real Estate Brokers,
To Make Bmiu for My
Spring and Summer Stock
FURMSHIKG GOODS, AND BOTIOHs
I WILL CLOSF OUT MY
IBoot. & Shoes
Now In the Tim? to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Hava
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
VV. F READ
.Vltiiii v, Ori'tfon.
fen per cent Interest on Money
Whn Vu C'n Oct It
CxVLL OX THK
Oregon Land Company
IIiis on hamt lnn;c stock uf
Call And Secure Prices.
xv. it. oisvnsr,
ALBANY, ... OREGON,
Mas opened tlie largest and
finest line of suitings ever
brought to Albany. It
includes patterns for full
dress mi its or coats, vestsor
fiants separately, aud em
rneeM some of the finest
of imported goodn not seen
here before. Mr. Graham
EMPLOYS SKILLED WORKMEN
GUARANTEES A GOOD FIT.
As well as the best quality
of good. Those desiring .
something ri-ally tine
should call aud
INSPECT IIIS NEW PATTERNS.
.- y7w "' j? A
VI .SV -k-, .Wi VS.-"-. - ..I'-; Tt
Patriotism Turned Loose!
r . ii..v
AMERICAN EAGLE UNCAGED !
Lebanon Trodden Down by 10,000 Visitors
Eager to See
Nothing Like It Since
If you wish confirmation of the
throng on tlie Fourth and keep etep
If this celebration does not draw,
oculated with the love of freedom!
butte and catch a glimpse of the proceedings in the suburbs of the city!
PRESIDENT M. A. Miller
VICE PRESIDENTS J. L. Cowan, Albany; T
rs, Scio; Sam Mar, Harrishurp; Henry Moi an, Sweet Home;
ris, Shedd; J. IL II. Morelock, Urownsville; C. M. Smith, Jeff
MARSHAL J. R. Kirkputrick.
AIDES R. A. Irvine and Cieo. Huiuphrejr.
SPEAKER V m. M. Kizer.
READER Prof. R. N. Wright.
CHAPLAIN Rev. U.S. Hanleiter.
AMUSEMENTS AND LIST OF PRIZES.
HOSE CONTEST Firet prize, Pecond, 115.
BASEBALL For plavcrs under twentv vears?. Prize, $15.
ONE-HUNDRED-YARD FOOT RACE Prize, 15.
FIFTY-YARD FOOT RACE Prize, $5.
FAT MAN'S RACE Free for all over 200 pounds. Prue, o.
LADIES' FOOT RACE Prize, sfo.
SACK RACE Prize, 12 50.
WHEELBARROW RACE Prize, 12 50.
PLUG UOLIES In the nfternoon.
ORAND BALL In the evening, given by the Lebanon Cornet Band
One interesting feature of the dav will be the "McKanlass Minstrel
Band," who have been engaged to
furnishing music for the celebration.
DON'T : GO j
Gradwohl : of : Albany !
To Be round int heMetroolis j
HE SWEEPS THE VALLEY i
or all co.ni'irriToit.s i
In C rocker v, Fancy (Joor!?, Toy?, Rogers Brcs. J
rilverware. rrench China and tIa?vrare,
Iiovs Wagom?, Doll Carriages, Etc.
The Golden Rule Bazaar Mates a Specialty of the
Finest Teas, Coffees and Baking Powders,
Every Package of which is Manufac
ture.! fur and Bears the name
of Oolien Rule Bazaar.
Everyone who buys gets liis money's worth, and
in addition to that he is given some Fine
Glassware and a chance at a
Lebanon Planing Mill
EST1USEED IK 1S75 BI S. 1. IICttRSOI.
Refitted, Enlarged and Improved.
NEW MACHINERY OF THE BEST MODERN YPE.
I manufacture and deal in Doors, Blinds, all styles of Window
Frames, Door Frames, Mouldings, Brackets, Etc., in fact anything man
ufactured and kept on hand in a first-class planer.
In connection with the aliove, I also have on hand a well-assorted
lumber yard in which is to lie found rough and dressed Lumber, Rustic,
Bevel, Weather Boarding, Flooring, and all kinds of Finishing Lumber
for Cornices, Etc.
Pure Drugs and Medicines,
PaiutH, Oil nnd .
Fine Perfumery, Brushes & Combs
CIGARS AND FANCY TOIX.ET ARTICLES.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Mnin Street, Lebai'.;"ii, Ore-piti.
above header??, join the immerse
with the muie on that day!
vou are an alien and need to be in
fteenre standing room on Peterson s
assist tke Lebanon Cornet Band in