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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1890)
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ELECTION RETURNS IN .
Only one Republican elected to
Congress In Kansu?. Inpilla will
I defeated for U. S. Senator. The
Farmers' Alliance elects five Con
pressmen and the Democrats one.
The Legislature will elect an Alli
ance U. S. Senator.
The entire State ticket elected by
Democrats in Missouri.
The Republicans carried the
tenth and eleventh districts in
in Kentucky, elsewhere Democrats
The Democrats elect State ticket
and Legislature in Michigan.
The Democrat elect a Governor
Mont an a elect 3 a Democrat ic Con-
cressman and Legislature.
A eolid Democratic congressional
delegation u Maryland.
Nevada elect i Republican to
In the New York congressional
delegation the Democrats elect 22,
the Republicans 12.
The two districts in New Hamp
shire have pone Democratic.
Connecticut elects a Democratic
Governor and 4 Congressmen.
Iowa elects 6 Democrats and n
Republihans to Congress. The
State ticket is Republican.
In Illinois 14 Democrats and
Republicans were elected to Con-
In Indiana the Democrats elect
elect 11 Congressmen, the Republi
The State ticket in Delaware is
elected and a good majority in the
The Democrats carry New Jersey
In an increased maioritv.
Nebraska elects a democratic
Governor, and in the congressiona
delegation 2 Democrats to 1 Re
publican. Ohio Democrats elect 14 Con
gressmen and the Republicans 6.
Pennsylvania elects a Democratic
Governor. The congressional del
egation stands: Republicans 23,
Rhode Island elects both Demo
The Fanners' Alliance is victori
ous in South Dakota and will elect
successor to Moody.
Tennessee elects 8 Democratic
Congressmen and 2 Republicans.
Virginia sends a solid Democratic
delegation to Congress.
Wisconsin State ticket is Demo
cratic, Eight Democrats go to Con
gress against 1 Republican.
West Virginia is solid Demo
cratic. ' OUR OIRLS.
"Much has been said in regard to
the training of our boys, but very
little on the subject of our girls.
"When a bov reaches the years of
Tnanhood he is given the choice ol
some trade or profession. Not so
with the girls; they are immedi
ately hurried into society, where
they reach the age of womanhood,
and she who fails to secure a lift
partner becomes utterly dependent
upon some relative. Why not give
the girls a trade or profession";
"Why not teach them that grand
lesson of life, work and indeiend-
ence? The dainty daughter of
fashion may one da- change places
with the tired daughters of toil.
Wealth, fame and fortune ma
fade. Mothers, do not be proud ol
your daughter's snowy hands; givt
them a chance to help themselves:
let them nmke their own garments-
instead of sending them to the
fashionable dressmaker. There ie
plenty of work that can only be
done by a woman's hand. Teach
the girls to work, to rely upon
themselves, and vou will find that
in the place of lancuid, weak and
nervous women, we shall have
buxom, healthy and robust class of
CO URA GE R EQ VI RED.
The ,rcatcst battle a man miiv
have to fight, is with his own pas
eions, and for this he requires moral
courage to support him in the hour
of need. A person without moral
courage is despised by ever3one
He always- yields to the advice of
others, whether good or bad, has nc
opinion of his own, and belongs to
no party. How many men has not
the want of moral courage ruined?
How many men, when they have
lost their fortune and reduced their
family to want, have not the moral
courage to try and retrieve their
loss? How many from the same
cause sit idly by the wayside, and
let honor, distinction and glory
slip through their lingers! 1 hex-
have neither the courage nor the
perseverance to go forward, and
thus the dar of labor passes, and
the night ot misery closes over
them, leaving nothing but dark
ness, rags and sorrow. ' Self-con
quest is the greatest ot all con
quests. When one has conquered
self, all other conquests are easy.
An exchange saj's that ostrich
feathers have more than doubled
in price since June. If these
rjlumes could vnly be transplanted
non the lazv barn-vard fowl that
ds mi one foot gaping, and
'v refuses to work, chickens
e much more profitable,
x is pen to experiment,
eward is within arm's
the best news
3 fbreijm coun-
HOW SHALL WE SKRVEf
LF.nAxoM, Nov. 14, lfilK).
Now that Summer, : with lta ilust and
heat, and wcnrhieaa of toll U over, ami
Winter once more calls forth our en
ergy to renewed life and purjMW, the
question arlsex In my mind, how are
we Christian going to employ this
energy? And In whut way can we liest I
serve our Lord ami Muster? There l
work for each nnd ex'ery one of us, and
there la abundant energy for the work,
If only that energy be directed In the
Kvery yenr, what vast stores of en
ergy are expended In the giving of
'church ftilVs, dinners, supper, etn.
For day, weeks, and even month,
the ladies of the chureh will be busy
making all manner of fancy articles
to be sold, often going to expense
which they can ill nfl'ord, while they
neglect home duties and the comfort
of those depending on them. and
too often driving husband and chil
dren farther from the church, instead
of attracting them to it. I hen come
the final preparations. There are
committees to be appointed, plana for
making the most money at the lwwt
expense to be carefully laid and exe
cuted, a vast amount of cooking to
be done, tables to be arranged, all
manner of salable (and unsalable)
articles to be Uinplaved to the best
advantage, manv odd bits of work to
be finished at the last moment, a host
of side-games to be contrived and put
into competent hands, costumes to
be made, and a thousand and one
things to be done, making my head
swim to think of the half. Home ia
neglected entirely now. Utile ones
are put off with hasty words by
mothers taxed beyond endurance.
There is a general hurry and confu
sion. The eventful evening arrives
The ladiei are at their respective
posts, with smiling faces, tired feet
and worried minds. I hildnm are
running and plaving, with no one to
look after them, laying up colds and
waywardness for the days to follow.
There are strangers present, with no
one to make them acquainted or to
render the evening enjoyable to them
in anv wav, those whoso interest it
is to entertain Wing in a perfect ma4
of work. There are young people,
with no one to direct their amuse
ments; young men, who, for the sake
of appearance and from a force
brought to bear upon them which no
young man with any pride or sensi
tiveness can withstand, feel obliged
to spend much more than ihey can
really afford (other young men stay
ing away, not being able to anoni a
church fair, and resorting to a game
of cards or some other less expensive
imusement.) There are bright young
misses, with winning smiles and
'twentv-hvo cents here and "twenty-
five cents" there. There is everything
from a buttonhole bouquet to a
baby show. Articles are sold at a
price far exceeding their market value ;
many of them, too, being useless to
he purchaser. Hut all this is consid
ered riht, because it is "for tht
The festivities may end with an
auction, to disjwse of cakes, candies
etc., left on hand : or else a lunch if
given on the following day. Some
times even rattling is resorted to, it:
order to get a half a dozen prices for
some treasured pieces of fancv work
All over, then comes the cleaning
and putting to rights, the counting of
gains, the Headaches, itie couis, bac
tempers, vexations, exultations, anc.
all the rest that naturally follow?
such an occasion, including the to
just criticism of the world. O, wha
a waste of time, energv and talent!
We say of a woman, "She is a worxe
in the church. Hy this is mean
that she is an active worker in al
such money making schemes. Is thi.
work for the Master? Can we consci
entionsly ask God's blessing on thes
things? IX) we engage in such wor.
with truly consecrated hearts'" feelif
hat we are doing all to God's glor
nd honor, and that hy these mean
we are advancing Christ's kingdon
n earth? To me it is clearly eviden
hat we do no good whatever, whilt
A-e are most certainly doing a grra
leal of harm, maxing ourselves, no
sights, but stumbling-Mix'ks. True
v these means much money is gath
jred into the church; but after aV,
!o we ma:ce as much as we thins wt
Jo? And does God bless money ob
aiued in any such way? O, let ut
put away this growing evil from on-
midst! Christ has given us a gtent
worK to do. O, let us be true to tin
kered trust! Let us give time, zeal
intellect, all that we have and are,
o His holv service, trusting in Hin.
for all the rest. With more of Christ's
pirit in our midst, the means for t! e
carrying on of the wrK will be freelv
.riven, with God's blessing to speed it
m its mission. Nor would I discyur-
;ge sociai.imv. I believe in rear so
ciability, and would have more of it
sociability from a purely disinter
ested motive, with the love of Chris
for all in our hearts. O, that we ma
be more consecrated, tecKing in eveiy
.vord and act to shed abroad the ligl t
f God b love, that the whole work
mav he brought to the feet of our He-
leemer, our King, and His mine
ie glorified on earth as in heaven !
H. S. C.
"Tho Jerney Llly."
Anoi.essea C'ottaoe, L. R., July 2. ,
Gentlemen: Altho' It Is very unusual
for me. to use any lotions ot
washes, etill, In answer to youi
irquet, I have tried Wisdom'
Violet Cream and Itolerthie. The
former I consider especially efieaciou
in enwx of roiilitn as of the skin, and
I have been uiug it every day for the
last fortnight. J have found th
RolK'rtine an excellent rreparation it
casees of tan, sunburn, etc., caused by
exposure to March winds and a Juli
sun. Yours faithfully,
To Messrs. Wisdom & Co.
We wish to say to our old customers,
and al. nev ones, that we are prepar
ed to furnish well seasoned lumber,
made from soft mountain fir, at the
Sfmd clear, , . SlO.Of
Clear 12 .0(1
Clear 1x4 13.00
Fencing, boxing and timber 7.00
At our mill in Wirtsburg, Linn Co,
Oregou Jennings & Co.
Ood'a Blcaalna; to Humanity.
So Says an Oregon Pioneer Xlnety Years Old.
Kohest GmivE, Or., Vareli 19.
I have used the OKEttOX KIDXKY TEA and
nMained irvniortiate relief. It is GitA' blessing to
hnraonity. I take pleasure in reeonimenrtiiitr i'
to tie afflicted'. I am now nearly ninety years
old. eame to Oregon in in the employ of the
Hii'1ion's Har OompnTiv, and itinee I txan usinp
the OHEOON KIDNEY TE.K I erov frood henltli.
DAVID Ml XROE.
TVtCTICE IS HF.HERY GIVEJ THAT TOE
1 N eo-parbtemhip heretfore existing between
i. E. Jlirasey and Joel .Mayer, nnaer tne nrm
tijne r t Miiney & Mayer, Is this day diK.olved
i.r n..iin:il .r.nwnt All rlt'hrsdilA ftMid firm mn.t
be poM atonce- J. li. MVNSEY,
I JOEL MAYER.
a );.iu.h, Or., rc. !". IV",
UK FOINO WHAT A11.KU ItlM.
They walked arui In arm down one
of the shady avenues of which the
historical city of Lebanon Is noted.
One was a young man just stepping
from the boyish pathway into the
broad highway of manhood. His
form, though nllm, was symmetrical iu
IN outline. His face bore a look of
proud satisfaction, and Into his dark
brown eyes came that soft, subdued
light that only comes to the eyes when
the delicate and sensitive heartstrings
vibrate and quiver when pierced by
the miigie wund of love. The other
was a young girl just budding Into
womanhood. Her form wa the em
Itodlmeutof symmetry and grace; her
ueenly head was clothcil hi a proru
Ion of golden tresses, which fill In
waving ringlets down over shoulders
of the most exquisite mold. Her eyes,
blue as the arch or heaven, shown
with a light that would have put to
blush the most brilliant diamond that
ever came from India's mines, iter
heeks had the velvet softness of the
sun-kissed peach of the tropics. Her
lips, ml as the red, red rose, reminded
one of the opening petals of the ps-1
Inlk flitli-iili null) O . k 1 1 1 I li i x 1 . ik I aak I
dens of the Kast.
Dear darling one, beautiful pearl of
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as he tenderly drew her to a seat at the
mc r-miiiHuu, nini ii'o vniiiiii 1111111,1
entrance of Isabella Park, an.t pressed
her walkins-tersev to lit wintlv-beat-1
ing Heart, un, now 1 nave kngu ror
.1.1. I I! . . . I
iiiih iuikhiui niimiciifc 10 come, ueii 1
ould lay this torn aud lacerated heart
at your fivt aud tell you ull. Empires
may tall and dyusstMt may crumble
Into dust, but my love for you will be
fresh and green when Mount Hood Is
a hole In the ground and tht) Pacific
OiH'an Is n grand nnd lofty tuountaiii."
Orlando," whispered the golden-
haircd fairy, as she wound h-r son,
white arms around his neck and drew
his h.-ad down on her shtiin-ly shoul
der und pretwed her nvy lips to his
cream-ei'lond mustache, "gladly
would I lx thine, for I love inn, dar
ling, w Ith a love as pure as the snow
tlakes upon the Alpine heights, but
cruet, cruel rate has willed that we
must part, noble tMiy! l know my
wonts will cutis voiir lovlnc heart In
bleed, but time will heal tin wounds,
and you will find someone fairer and
more worthy that will take my place
In that temier, aching heart or yours.
springing to his feet, the young man
sin-tcneu out Ills arms aim, with one
convulsive eflbrt, clasped the i-erlMS
crcuture t hta brvust in one long, fer
vent embrace, aud fell withatlull thud
upon the green award at her feet.
W n 11 a cry of anguish she threw
herself upon his prostrate form aud
bathed his face in red-hot kiss-i, and
cried, "Have mv cruel words killed
you, darling? Oh speak, sweet one!''
turning Ills iwile, agonizing face tow
ards her, he slowly oiencd his eves,
and giving her a look that would have
melted a heart or stone, he wUlsjveml,
I ve broke my sueiuleis: A.
1111 IOL8TK 1 1 "V,
LOUNGES OF ALL KINDS,
C'lialrs of Kvery Description
gree of Comfort,
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Bric-a-Brac
of Every Description,
Fact Evarvthln- Belonalna to tha Trad
at Price that Defy Competition.
Churchill A Monti'lth'a OM Stand.
THE STORY OF A YEAR.
" Look on this picture and then on that." Tha
a bore facea are exact reproductions of photo
graphs taken from life of lira. Morton D. Har
lan, who resides at No. W West S5th Street, New
York ntT. The first one was taken in Novem
ber, 1W. while in the last stages of consump
tion, abandoned br phrvicians and mourned by
menu, xue oiner was laurn in uecemoer,
tsSW. when comiletelT recovered, and entirely
through the use ot lr. Acker'a Enfrlixh Remedy
for Consumption. The above pictures are wood
cuts, but they are true to lite and the original
photographs, taken from life, can be seen at all
the dmsr stores. . Mrs. Harinn'a consumption
becan as consumption usually does, with a
cmwh in the momlnir, raisinir of phlegm, tired
and neprexsed reenncrs, a tacK or appeuie, uie
Ions of flenh and rmina throughout the hodr.
8lie did not realise her extreme danger until it
became almost too late, but she is in perfect
health to-day. Dr. Acker's English Remedy
for uonxumptfnn sold by all reputable drug
gists, xou can't afford to ot without it.
The Road to VealthP
Cannot fee successfully travels lth
ut good health. Ts reach wealth or any
covet1 position In life requires the lull
ossession snd eporatloa of all tha fao
Itlss kind aatoro has ondoweS aa with.
Those conditions cannot sxlst anless tha
ahyslcal being Is la eorfect working
order, and thia la Impossible when the
liver and spleen are torpid, thus obstruct
ing ths secretion, causing Indigestion
and dyspepsia, with all at thslr accom
DR. HENLEY'S -
English Dandelion Tonic
exerts a specific Influence aver tha liver,
axcltaa It to healthy action, resolves Hs
chronic engorgements, and promotes ths
secretions; cures indigestion and constH
atlon. sharpsns tha appstlts, tones ap
the entire system, and makes Ufa worth
PUESBYTtRIAV CHURCH A. Marrellus. pas
tor. Services everv Sabbath at 11 A. M. and i-30
P. M. Kabbath school at 10 A. M. Prayer meet
in;; Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. All wel
come. CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
N. L. New, pas-tor. Services the second and
fourth Saboaths of each month, morning and
evening.. Sunday school every Sabbath at 10 A. .
irnr t 11 1 ih
PHOTOORASH f i
FROM UFC j
AS SHE 'd "1
APPEARS Tril R
ON T AGUE
-IS AS t'Bt'Ab-
IN THE LEAD
An Immense Stock of
noaclit - for Cash at remarka-
bly low ncures. Close buyers
.id,, avt,nt in var r.cl f.-n.
" VAI'VV V Vt I'M VliOII JW
tlieir gOOUS are respeCtlUllV
... - , - .
,nvitpil to ovomirifi tho larn-o
. . . e
biuckh kcoi ut uiu
One-Price Cash Stores
N trouble to show goods,
and if vou wish to luv we
know that Montague's
We offer vou full lines of
Men's," Youth's and Bovs
Clothing at prices that simply
defy competition. We have
now in stock
Oregon City Manufactured Cloth
Lew & Straus Manufactured
F ine Ca?sunere Clothinp;
Fine Imported Worsted Clothing;
Fine Spring Bottom Pants;
Men'e, Youth's, Bovs' and Chil-
uren a sizefi.
These can he had at Montague's.
To the Ladies!
The ladies of Lehanon and vicin
ity express themselves as verv
much pleased with Montague's fini
lines of Fall and Winter Dress-
whici i has just punhai
huses of the United States. Mon
tague's stock is unsurpassed thif
ide of Portland. The ladies an
respectfully invited to examine
Hosiery. Corsets and La
Full lines in all these branches
f the Drv llixxls trade, and wt
an offer you gootl value for youi
noney. oiiouiu -ou neeu uiiUvtr
ve have everything desirable anc
tylish in Silk, Lisle Thread ani
'otton. Rememlwr Montague t
nottois "One hundred cents' wrtl
tor a dollar every time."
Boots and SllOCS.
Haeh and every pair of Itoots ant
shoes in the two larue establishment
iwned hy Montague are runnufaeturx t!
xnreRsly for him. Kvery pair fulb
.vairanti'd. These goods we ito nn
itiport from Missouri, as has Ihtii ni
eged by wou Id-le competitors, but art
attde up from the very best Btoek by
vnne iaior emi loyen oy isncKinirliru:
i Heehl and Cahu, Xiekeluhurg A CV
Vhen you want anything neat am
orvleeable at bed-rtok pricea, with t
'till guarantee on every pair, yon wil
.ssurtnilv buy your fuot-weur of AION-
Hats and Caps.
No man, youth, bov or child can bt
onnidered well dressed if their cranium
s can-mounted by a "shockiiiir bat"
iat." In order U set our numeroia
rUHtomera rlirltt in tins reeard, Monta
gue has laid In for the full and wintei
srade an immense etock of llats and
Caps, these jroods were bought uireci
Tom tne manuraeiureiH ami at ver
ow figures. Take a look through them,
urn when you do want to buy, as
.uatier or course you will buy youi
ueaci-gear only or .Montague.
Men's Furnishing Goods !
As underwear for the masculine gender
is usually called, Is an essential article
for the comfort and good health of
mankind In this humid climate. Men
"ague's stock of
Fine Hhirts Lion Brand;
Fine Shirts Standard Brand;
Fine Khirts Neglige;
Fine Shirts in Cassimere;
Fine Bhirts In every style;
Undershirts and Drawers An end
less variety in all weights, shades aud
We sell hui-eous quantities of these
ijtoods, and invito your attention to the
new grades and new prices. Be wise.
buy your uuaerwearor Montague.
Natural ys. Artificial Gas.
No, there is no joke about the uatu
ral gas being found in Lebanon. The
gas is a fact; nor Is it, as some imag
ined, the outcome of windy advertise
ments in the "Lebanon Express."
Always buy your goods of Montague
and get full value far your money.
TO THOSE WHO OWE ME MOSEY.
Montague has waited long enough
for what you owe him. Pay up NOW.
Not next week, or next month, or next
Christmas, but NOW. I can use it to
advantage, need it in my business, and
you will confer a very great favor on
yourself and - Montague by paying
right up without furtoer solicitation.
W. O. PETERSON.
8. O WALLACE.
PETERSON k WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO A GENERAL AGENCY BUSINESS,
lucHi'llng Fire ami Mfe Insurance.
-HAVE OS HANI SOME
In Both City Property and
U1KDOK A UVERIXXJL 4 GLOBE ISSflt
ASC K CO;
Gl'ARI'l AN ASSl'ItANCE CO., of Luililun.
OAKI.A.ND HOME 1NSI RACE CO., i.f Oakland,
STATE INSt'RAXCE TO.. f Fal. ni, Or. g.m.
FARMERS' i MEUCHASTsr lXSfltAXCE CO.,
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
Don't Go to Portland
Gradvvohl, of Albany,
To Be Found in the Metropolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
In (Trx-kerr, Fanrr fxnH Tiv. R'fft'r Ilr..
Mlyrrwan. rn iwh niiia ami (ilii'-wnrv.
rh OjiMpti Rule IViaiar mnkp ayH-laltr r.f the
r uiet 1 ea. 1 nrf aim hmkiiik iimorrs,
evrrr a kMr- f wMrh l mitnuftic'
tiiivl for hihI tear ( h name
of lioMtn Rule Uiua tr.
f f uvaam eavye tie ftaa the nr
the VT. T Ttotf nsa
prta atamper mm
a mm a txmmi.
wom v li haul am ana p
he bottom. aat fclin down
W. L. DOUGLAS
RMt In tb. woT-1t Vrwamln 1,1a
s.oo uKHVirtr. hand-sewid snoc
B4.(H H ANII-SEW Kl WH.T SIIOK.
S.SO POLIt'K AMI FAHWtl!' SHOE.
.60 KXTRA VAI.ITK CALK SUOK,
.SS WnllKINRUAVK SHIIIL
and 1.7.1 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
Ail made lo feVmirreu, fluttun and Lae.
BMt Material. Beat Btvle. Beat FlUina.
ul void bv tout dealer, write
W. 1 OOUOLas, buuckto.v, mass
For 8c le C. C. Hackleman,
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE
You can buy uny of the
THEY CAUKY A FULL LINE OF
Stone Ware, also
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
Job Jork done on Short Notice.
NEW HARNESS SHOP
J. C. FREY 8c SON,
Harness, Saddles, Collars,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL.
At Tetcrson & Wallace's Old Sland.
I wi"" " """r- ; ! i
To Make Room for Mr
Fall & Winter Stock
FURNISHING GOODS, AND NOTIONS,
' I WILL CLOSP OUT MY
Kutlre Stock of
Boots & Shoes
Now 1st he Tim to
SECURE REAL BAROAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
W. K. READ,
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Hogg, Receiver,
Oregon Development Co'sStcamshp Line
22S Mllee 8horterl 20 Hoon Leea Tlmel
Tbun by any other Route
FIRST-CLASS THROUQH PA88ENQER AND
From Portland and all points In the Willamette
Valley to and from San Frant-useo, CaL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIME S i! EDfLE (Except PuiMlays.)
l.T Yaqutim iiilA M
l-V fir.allU,Ht KS A M
Ar Al!anr llrO A M
Lt AH.nv V M
l,v C-rval!ij lltlPM
Ar Yanitiia..,- 4 as P M
O. O. trains roonert at Alljany and Corralliv.
Tlie alxive trains CfHinef-t at Yaotiina with the
On-Ron levfl'lmeiit foinfuuiy'n line nf Sleam
hiiw iRtwet-n Yaquina and San FraiKrlco.
S. S. Willamette Valley
WILL BAII. FHOJI
Novf inlr !5
ThI-r I'ompflnr referves tlie risbt tofluvniw fail
ing ilatt-s without uuOt-e.
Remirabcr the Omon Parlfle Popular Snmnipr
Kxmrniona. lnvr Rale Tii kcn are now m Nile
r jiu all Valley PotnU to Yaqiiiua and return.
WM. M. IfOAO.
C. r. IIOtst'E. t-neral Manager.
G. F. & P. Agent. tMrvanL. Or.
Oregonian Railroad Co.
General Offices Corner Front and F
From IliRTi.aND To IViRTt si
I I 1 4 t-TATION. i ' 1 c
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LV. LT, AK. Alt.
. A . w. f. M. J A. .
i. W nut . l-ortwiiil i' Co. 4 Ml a ;5
7 4 10 Woixlldirn ll 7 Ml
K 50 11 Silvi-rliin 12 On 6 45
1 4;l Vpi iM-io .. 9
8 Vi Tallmiin M
Sir? llnnrnsviUe 7 49
m Cobu rr 6 10
rorOind W V
TU-keti. for tVeat Side Matinn for sale at loot of
JerTrnvm strwt. Tickets for F-at 8ide stations for
ale at 1'iiUm depot, ciinier Fifth and I street.
PasMMiner from Ix'banon for Sci and other
point north of Tallman (S.mtlipni Paciiie eross
liif. "nn roiineot at Tallman at C::l A. M.. and
!or Rmwnsville and points south of Tallman, con
nect there at 858 P. M.
CHAS. N. SCOTT.
Gen. Snpt. twn. K. & Pass. Agent.
& b nwr.n on sale
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North ifi South,
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. O. RAWLINGS, Agent,
Ai.BAjtv, : : Oreoon.
O. ED. HARDY
Has on hand a large stock of
Call And Secure Prices.
"rz.'-i -... Awaa A
Vie have changed our name,
may come and seasons go,
Rich and Poor Alike, f"
' For ten months we have stood at our rost selling GI'
CEHIES, GENTS FUltNISIIJNG GOODS ail J
BKOWNSVILLE WOOLEN GOODS, and yet.our'stoj
Increases All the Time.
Old Jason, like a fool, sailed in the Argo to Colchis;
search of the golden fleece; now-a-days people find the g
den fleece in the Brownsville goods for sale atf&ach's Con-
Store. ' ... -
Remember, Farmers I
I pay cash for 3'our produce and at the same time keep
everything you want. Formerly, all roaOs lead to Home;
under the new road law every
leads straight up to
WHISTS' VISITI2VG- ALI3AISY
Also an Elegant Stock of
ing Department with
Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Etc.
- .-.'. ,
Also Keep on Second floor a full line of
oots & Shoes,
In which I will not be undersold. Come and see me
I will treat you well.
O . . SIMPSON
Pure Drugs and Medicines, Paints, Oil, Glass, .
Stationery, Fine Perfumery, Bmshes and Comb
CIGARS AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, i
Main Street, Lebanon, Oregon. j
jyPrescriptions accurately compounded. " '
j : ;
' LEBANON, OKEGON. f
An Elegartt Line of Suitings Ke
in Stock. i
Cleaning and Repairing Prompl;
J GOOD TPIT OTTAR-AJfTIfllSU,
but I go
our base. Panics
on forever selling
trail, toe-path and wagon road
TO SEE THI
Cloths in Merchant Tailor