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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1890)
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TO FRIES' DS A XI) READERS.
The worl'l in penenu is a eresit
deal better than m:ny people pre-
leul to believe. With very few
exceptions, indeed, everrbody would
rather see everybody else happy
than miserable, and if it did not
ost too much in trouble and other
things vre would all make an effort
to contribute to the happiness of
the human family. Now, apply
this reasoning to oitrself, we all
-an, if we will, do much toward
increasing the enjoyments of others,
at the same time enlarging our
own. At present we hrve no doubt
that many of the kind and thought
ful readers of the ExrRKSs, after,
or even before getting through with
it themselves, have it borrowed by
the neighbors, Who likewise enjov
it. Leaving out the question of its
not bing fair for one family to pay
lor . paper which another enjoys
without its costing them anything.
to that extent a double pleasure is
conferred by the paper. Notice
how easily the enjoyment all
around mav be made both farther-
reaching and more justly satisfac
tory to all. Let those who now
borrow the Express of their neigh
bor, subscribe for it themselves and
lend their copy to other neighnors.
Thus next year those borrowing
neighbors will like it so they will
subscribe for it in their turn ai d
lend it to still others. In this way
the circle of subscribers and readers
will be rontinuall' widening. The
subscribers will be making them
selves and their neighbors better
pd happier, and they will be giv-
ang the .Express additional means
tfor being happy bv being able to
add more and more name to the
subscription list- Our object in
running the Express is two-fold, to
-earn an honest living and to assist
others in doing the same. If in
hia way we can keep the wolf
from ike door and contribute to the
3iappiness of others, our labor shall
mot have been in vain.
The frequency with which this
word is used is liable to give the
impression - that the kicker is a re-
cent creation. ioi bo, nowever.
The first account which history
gives of this invaluable member of
society is that of Saul, whnse pedal
extremities were convicted of in
subordination and the descendant
of Abraham was told that it was
"hard to kick against the pricks."
For the first few centuries follow
ing this federal headship of
kickers, the good old Hebrew num
bered but fw followers; in truth,
it was not until the era of news
papers that men ot reiractory
heels multiplied to an alarming
extent. O. S. Fowler says that if
a man have a weak spot in his
head, he is sure to show it in his
heels. W hile we endorse the state
ment of the great phrenologist, we
would much prefer saving so bv
proxy. Unlike Josh Billings' rnule,
wldcK had two legs to kick with
and two to walk with, the kicker
has only half the endowment of
his prototype. His members of
locomotion, which were originallv
but two in number, have lost their
original function and ore wholly
swallowed up in the dramatic pas
time of kicking for a livelihood.
There is a sense in which kicking
is justifiable, fcs in self-defence, but
for a man to kick without anv
provocation whatever is, to say the
least, a useless expenditure ot lore e
He infests all classes of society, and
no organization is complete that
has not one or more hip-strikers as
honorary memlters. He has leen
known to enter the sacred precincts
of a church fair, and bv a well-di
rected blow of his unhallowed and
sacrilegious members, kick into
chaos the plana of disinterested
benevolence. His offi-e in society
is identical with that of the dead
weight in mechanics; he serves the
purpose of keeping in running
order the social machinery. Much
more could be said in favor of the
lower extremities of the social com
pact, but we desist.
I iuVwI hor what pajxr xlio jweforrtHl,
Ami vmrnilv kiwnil her oiiet'k,
Thfi) im'Nl"hiT (or Ikt heart' tvly:
"S.iy, darling, can t you .pt'uk?''
She lunved n Utile ncuncr then,
Ami answorvil: 'l.vvly H
Tlio on of all that suit xan uuist
. Is Ihc 'Wnylttml kopltli-r! "
Jurt klw hor on he other chiut,
r wlml she think of thul;
Then press her tor her answer
Aul ihe'll say "The lemoerrt."
First napers roml, liko morion told.
Are kihxI till roine a lH-tter;
Ju.t kiMt that Klrl upon her lii.
And hc will say -'.cWK-lx'tter."
New York News-Letter.
Wc know a very pretty mol.1
w ho unites ner wikiion Known,
Whenever nhe wnntu sweet kiss.
Oh. come off the poreh.
Ann sive tw MnueininK rai;
Jnst kiss the Albany irlrl
fv. O. PETERSON.
Awl slie'll cry '
8. O WALLACE.
The ladle all arc avei to rhyme.
It lireathes too mneh or tooltstinoss;
But every Friday they eome to time
Ana urn goes norae wun a u. rv-
Road to Health!
Cannot a tuccwsitully travel wlta-
nt () haatth. T reach waalth or any
eovotoa1 podtioa In IHo roqulro tht foil
oolon and operation of all th le
BttUl kino natura kat tndowed .
That condition cannot exist anltu th
phrdea) kolRf U U porfoct arorklnj
oedar, and this It Impootlblo wtion Iho
Ihor and tplaen ara torpid. thu abstract
ln tha Mentions, canslnp Indlaastlea
and drtpopsla, with mil ot their aceom
English Dandelion Tonic
Marts spocIRo In" Banco Ovtr tho Ihrar,
axcHas It to aaalthj action, rosolvos Its
chronic naortoaonts, and proatotas tha
aerations ; cars Indigestion and consti
pation, aharpens tha appotna, tones ap
the satire aystsai, and atakss Ufa Mrth
With a view
RADICAL change in
business on the first of the
New Year, all goods, without
any exception, in the Mam
moth as well as those in the
Cash Store, will be sold at Net
Cost until December 31, 1800.
C1IAS. D. MONTAGUE.
Final Notice for. the
; PETERSON & WALLACE,
Real Estate Brokers,
DO 1 CEJEKJL AGEKCI BHSWESS,
Including Fire and Life Insurance.
-HAVE ON HAND SOME
In Both City Property and
PROM DESPAIR TO JOY.
atMrail nxmrr mt
Th Oreeonian of the 17th dig
nifies the unhappy guesses of the :
signal service with the name of eeii
ence. Science, forsooth! In the
estimation of the common mind it
is hardlv on a par with astrology
and is certainly not gifted with the
sagacity of the modern railroad
com mission, hich can predict with
tolerable accuracy a railroad wreck
within twenty-four hours after the
crash is heard.
KXOWIXQ TOO MUCH.
I find no man so disagreeable to
mneet with as one who know every- j
athing. Of course we expect it in ;
newspaper editors, and allow for
it; but to meet a man engaged in !
Innocent occupations who is armed
from head to foot against all new
ideas who "knew it before, or has
lverd so," or doubts it, or replies
o your most truthful sally, "it isn't
o, is aggravating in the extreme.
Juit frequently we meet with men
la different parta of the country
whose chief difficulty is that they
lenow too much. I do not know of
one sinele charge whieh could be
it against a. man of this kid
ney that could cover more ground
or cover it better. It is hard to
! make intelligible to a third party
Ms apparent inaccessibility to new
ideas, his satisfied quietude, his in
vincible mertium, hia stolid capac
Itv to resist novelties, his self-as
surance, his contempt for know!
3dge not his own, his supreme and
ineradicable faith in his own pe- J
uliar doctrine, w hcther of farming.
hnology, politics, or religion. He
lias a peculiar contempt for being'
taught. He ha3 a conviction that
liifli schooling, his faith, his princi
ples, and views of truth whether
tinman or divine are smong God's
test works. He likes to impress
you with the notion that what you
ma- tell him is only a new state
ment of what he knew already.
Such a mind is a rare psychological
studv. If such an one could only
be made to think that he knew less
there would be some hope for him.
We re a queer people. We will
suffer all sorts of tilth to accumu
late about our residences, allow
foreign emigrants to come among
infected clothing and rags,
and then when typhoid fever and
diphtheria, scarlatina and email
pox, yellow fever, and cholera in
vade our homes, we bewail the
Providence which brought such
dire suffering upon us. It is not
Jiard to trace cause and effect in
this matter,, but the lack of tidi
ness and a proper regard for sani
tary measures sometiaies prompt
us "to charge Divine Providenoe
with what is dc to natural causes
nd slovenly habits.
e know a man who is an in
veterate liar, and some say he will
have a good deal to answer for at
tho dav of hulgment. Yes; but
he won't mind that,
w ra. Morton D. Hrlan. raiding" at No. 6S
West th Straet, Vmw York City, has paaaed
through a most Wondarful experience. Mrs.
Hanan hm a aappy noma
and throne her derotlon to
ner borne duties over-taxed
her atrentth. 8be had d
pliant if feeling, entire lack
of enersr In Hfe, and finally
a oooah at ntffet and morn
ing which grew worse each
dar. Upon looking in the
aho dark ctrclea nnder ner ere ana
found that she was grnwtng thinner and loetng
.ii ini.no i Ufa. rht nalnf ul atate of thlnrs
eontinued for months until finallr abe became
ao wrak abe eonld not aiuna u ner auun inn
waa oonnnea to mt oea w btw r .
- . v-- Am- um HiriBD1! rr dear frwnd
Mrs. Willatd oallad ajn w amaxed to aee her
ao wan ana raawa. two o"i
- Mnh nliaafe. her 11 OS were blu
ker fc pnci)ed and drawn, and there waa a
Blteoua lookln lier eTea. Inxa. WUlard I knew
ila meant conramption and her neart waa
touched for her fnenLAt her earn rat request.
the uee of an Sngiun. Kern
ed r Cor oonsumpnon was
tried. As the start rery
uttlo effect oouia e aero, ao
greet an Inroad bad the.dta
wue made, but by degrees
Urn. rftrhw began to rerun
her Met apreute, then her
Owing to the contemplated
change in rny business by
January 1st, 1 must insist on
those indebted to me paving
up promptly, whieh means
XT ONCE. 1 would dislike
very much to be compelled to
force oavments. and to avoid
that 1 now cive you timeiv
notice that all overdue and
unpaid accounts in my hands
on the 1st day of next month
shall be promptly turned over
to a collector for immediate
and. if necessarv. enforced
(JllAS. 15. MUM AUUL.
Our stocks in every Department are now comp;
and we are ready to show the Largest, Best Assorted,
Most Attractive Stock of Goods in this country. Our
Specialties are too large to give in full; but following
are some of them: w
DRESS SILKS in Great Variety, in Black and Colors,
SILK WRAP HENRIETTAS, in Black and Colors,
Ladies', Children's and Misses' CLOAKS and WRAPS,
FANCY DRESS PATTERNS,
BLACK and PANCY SHAWLS,
FASCINATORS, LADIES' LINEN,
I-OXDOS 4i LIVERPOOL & iLOBE IN't'R
ANC E CO;
GCARD1AS ASSVBANCE CO., of Loudou.
OAKLAND HOME INSl'RAC'E CO., ofOaklnnd,
STATE 1NSCSANCE CO.. of Salem, Orvron.
FARMERS' & MERCHANTS' INSURANCE CO.,
LADIES' SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, kuuw 1 uutAi a kijx,
BADIES', MISSES and CHILDREN'S FURS, TABLE CLOTHS and NAPKINS,
FINE SKIRTS FOR LADIES, Perfumery. Fancy Crockery, Tea Set?,
FINE SHOES, for Ladies, Misses and Children, LAMPS, Standing and Hanging,
FANCY SLIPPERS, Plush, Velvet and Embroidered, FINE BLANKETS, White and Colored,
OXFORD TIES for Ladies, Trunks, Plated Knives, Forks and Spoon?,
LACE COLLARS, JEWELRY, Etc., Etc. .
STAMPED LINENS, consisting of Bureau and Table Scarfs, Splashers, Tidies and Tray Cloths,
UMBRELLAS,' with Gold and Silver Handles, bought expressly for the Holidays,
FANCY CROCKERY, CUPS and SAUCERS, Etc., Etc.
Many of these Goods were bought expressly for
Holiday trade, and bought in quantity, and of the
best kind. Parties wanting cannot buy too soon, as
near the Holidays the assortment gets broken, and
in the rush, as is alwas the case, you cannot get the
attention we wouiu inte to iive an our cusiomeia.
GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR.
Sanrnel E. Young.
Don't Go to Portland AT COST!
Ne trouble to show goods, Gradwohl, of Albany,
then bee I
The man who believes talk; is
cheap never employed a lawyer
md it you
GIVEN THAT THE
MOTTOE IS HEREBY
IN partnership heretofore exintinir betw een J.
A. Boarl and t. V. Holt, of Lebanon, On-tron.
is this dar dissolve-1 by mumal ronwnt. Mr. Holi
retirine;. ' AU debts rtue br wiid firm will be poiii
v J. A. Benrd. and all debts due to said tirm
must be paid to either of the midttvij.-m-!.
J. A. BKARD,
D. C. HOLT.
Lebanon. Or.. Dee. 1, BBS.
hMith. and abe la lo-
He loves to I dar In perfect phyall
J ac,wnoilyaa n reaejt ef
ine nee 01 vr. jisnr cur
nab Bemeee xor uoneuaap-.
The k on of tbia armnle etorr aheuld be plain
to alL No aaan or woman een afford to Birct
hum A rat vmDtomi o( oonaumetion, which
teem to aUrht but which beceoaea eo 1
in MnL Thia Great Bm
mm-A tw Him of hundreda of well known Baen
and wen who were on the Terwe of the rrava
trona eoneoaaptlon but wbe are well nnd bawf
lo-cay. U la aoid nnlTeraaiy ,
Notice of Dissolution.
N TICE 13 HKKKBY GIVEN THAT THE
TOTtnerahin hfrrt-fore exiting between
Herbert Cnw and E-er.-tt T. Miller, of I-banon,
Oregon, eniraaed In sawinp woml and running
r-Ni rwr in th'i ttjiv dboantvefl bv mmiwl fennt.
The stiid Miller retires from the bnluc. The
a.id Cross wfll pay all debts due by Mud linn and
will eullect all a.x'ount aw to nia nrm.
EVKKtTT T. MILLER.
Lebanon, Or., Dee. 12, 1SU.
We offer vou full lines of
Men's Youth's and Boys'
ClethinR at prices that simply
Jefy competition. We haye
now m stock y
Oregon City Manufactured Cloth
Lew x Straus aianulactured
Fine Cassimere Clothin'r;
Fine Imiwrted Worsted Clothing;
Fine bpring-Bottom Tants;
Men'o, Youth's, Boys' and Chil-
These can be had at Montague's.
To Be Found ia the Metropolis.
He Sweeps the Valley of
InCrorkerr. Faney Ooort. Tors. Rogers RrotO
fcilveruare. rreiicn nma ann t.inwmare,
" Buys' Wagons, Itell Carringr. Etc.
rne Golden Rule Paiaar mnkr a erla'.tT of tbe
Fine Tea, lofleea antt HaKitig imwaera,
every package of which is mannrac
tured for and bear tlie name
of Uoldca Kuie Bazaar.
To Make Room for Hf
Fall & Winter Stock
FUSKiSHIKG GOODS. AKD lOTIOIs,
I WILL CIX)SF OUT MY
Eutire Stock of
Boots & Shoes
We have changed our name, but not
may come and seasons go, but I go
our base. Panics
on forever selling
.aMn aaje Be au tJie r. THmmttta
wTthoat name mnd prle etmmpea oe
uom. pot aim down aa (rad.
S FURNITURE, Xo the udiesI
Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana,
respectively cliim to have the stin
giest man in the world among their
inhabitants. Georgia's stingy man
is said to stphi8 clock every night
to save the wear and tear of the
machinerv; Alabama's stingy man
requires his family to write a small
hand to save ink; and Louisiana's
is so stingy that he will never drink
a,s much water aa he wants unless
J.a from another man's well.
Dr. Koch's wonderful discover-,
- y4ch if reports be true guaranteed
new lease of life to those afflicted
vft'ith weak lungs and could endow a
ked bellows with fresh vitality,
r,s met with some reverses u
Fraftfe- Several iatients have
difi n after the injection of
Ivmphhereas no one can point
to a singlecure by his treatment-
When certain persons abuse us,
let us ask ourseive what descrip
tion of character iU that tney ad
mire; we shall ofte find tuis a
very consolatory question.
It is true that the lax
make a man
An Snflostrions. frntelliirent and energetic man !
or vonsn willing to work can ernre profitable
empioymem tiy appiyina; now tor tec ncaj agent?
or mib lowiuuip lor iiuti wvoucnui new uimjk.
H. H. BANCROFT,
The Fa Mors Author.
MTint is it? Read the great daily papc rs every
where ft an answer, it
A VERITABLE SURPRISE
to tbe book world. A troaiire-houe of brTTj-.nt
literary jewels. A grand galaxy of wit and wis
dom. A graphic rera oi
TRAVEL, INCIDENT. ADVENTURE
The life-story t rr.nn who, beginuing at the
bottom round of the ladder, ha. ly determined
indnflry, overcome erery obstacle and reached
AIM IMMbMab SALC
unml mr all einmes are deer.lv interested in
thi powerful work; and the price the world over
nas been nxea a piienomcnauy low nguic.
ONE MASSIVE VOLUME
Over 800 pages, bound in Crimson Silk Cloth, gilt
edufs, with noxtfy eover design. Every copy ac
companied with a line full page tecl plate ptir
trait of the distinguished author and 14 exquisite
half-tone illuxraiions, iryxO inches in size.
WE WANT AGENTS
in every eonntrv, and in every town, connty and
state in the Union. The hit of the century.
THE HISTORY COMPANY,
723 Market St., San Francisco, Cat.
LOUNGES OF ALL KINDS,
Chairs or fcverv ucscrint
gree of Comfort,
The ladies of Ibanon and vicin-
tv express themselves aa verv
liuch pleased with Montague's fine
ines of Fall and inter Uress
'ioods which he has just purchased
from one of the leadine importing
houses of the United Htates. Mon
tague's stock is unsurpassed this
?ide of Portland. Ihe ladies are
resneetfullv invited to examine
Now la tho Time to
SECURE REAL BARGAINS.
I Propose to Have
Leading Dry Goods Store
In the Valley.
VV, L. DOUGLAS
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Bric-a-Brac
of Every Description,
In Fact Everythln Belonarlna; to the Trade
at Prices that Defy Competition.
Chun-hill & Monteith'a OM Stand.
Oregonian Railroad Go.
General Office Corner Front and F
8 s S? . 1 j 1 i
t J c fcTATIOXS.- 3 -3 3 E
K . 1 - W
l.V. l.V. AK. AS.
rM. A.M. F- M. A. M.
r, 00 8 00 Portland S P Co 4 00 9 KS
? 45 10 2 Wmxllmni ....... 1 40 7 60
8 50 11 22 SUverton . 12 0f 6 45
2 4S West Sfio 9 X
3 TRllmnn 8 S4
SOT Urtiwnsvilie 7 4f
j 8 .-0 . Cotmrg- 8 1
that the cannot
moral, but can
..Pc-tUnd & W V
Tlc.Vetii lor Wot Side utation for aalc at loot of
Jeft'erxon Mreet. Tickets for Kst MO nalions lor
aUeal Union dejxjt, corner Fifth and I etreeta,
, ranecrs fnrifa LehaiKta for Scio and other
pninrr north of TaTlman fSouthem Pacihc ecu
i:i!. can connect at Tallinau at 8:54 A. M.. and
for Hrowrosville and point south of Tallmati, con
nect there at 8a5 P. M.
CHAS. N. SCOTT.
otn. Stir'- fa. F. & Fas', Atcnfc
THE OXLY TRUE
rnt PvMy tw lull rmliU tha
jt.r and IMm), mid Riar the
limmrl Urtlth ut Taatk. lTPPa
Wat of Appeiita. ladijr.-ttoa.
k JmcU ot Htrtnith and Tird
I Am tmm ir"
Hosiery, Corsets and La-!)d 9rlVC
Full lines in all these branches
oi ine vrv oixkib iraue, ami tc
can offer you good value for your
money. Should j-ou need GLOVES
we have everything desirable and
stvlish in Silk, Lisle Thread and
Cotton. Remember Montague's
motto is "One hundred cents' werth
for a dollar every time."
Boots and Shoes.
made na nrr reciT
bw force. Enltvwna Mind
andnnpfillea Hrmfn rower.
Bvfferin from complaints
eoDliar tothsir x wiM4
a D&. BARTERS IRON
TOKIC fe and pAj e .tjteaolr, neaU
thy complexion. Frativent attempt. At oonoterfeifr
inn on I j add to tha popularity of tho oriainM.
fn notMl-oHmont urt the ORffilSAI. ..d BEST.
Or. HARTCR'8 LITTLE L-JVEB PILLfk
Ciir. tnMUfttton. Linr Complaint and Sick
Headache. Sample loee and Dream Bo'
Emailed on reoeli of twoeenta m poMatce..
Dr. HARTKR MCOICIMC OO-, SLLatiia, U
O. E. HARDY
Has on hand a large stork of
. ' JUST RECEIVED
Call And Secure Prices.
Bm Im k wnvl4 r.tmlM Ilia
ms.OO OESV1SK H.WD-5F.WED SHOE.
4.00 RMUEffKU WELT SHOE.
3.50 POLICE AND FAKMEBS1 SHOE,
f .0O EXTRA TAI.l'E CALF SUOE.
i.M and SI. 75 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOE&
U niada la tooitrta, Button ana Lata.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE lafdTc8.
Het Material. Ba Stylo. Beat Fittinc
t aat sold by your dealer, writ
W. L. IHJLGLAM, BROCKTON. MASS
For sale C. C. Hackleman,
Each and every pair of Boots and
Shoe in the two la rim establishments
owned by Montague are manufactured
expressly for him. Every pair fully
warranted. These (roods we ao not
iuiDort from Missouri, as haa been al
leged uy wouia-te competitors, uui are
made up from the very boat stock by
white labor employed by Buckingham
& Hecht and tahu. Nickelsburir ti Vo.
When you want anything lieat and
nerviceable at bed-roon prices, wun a
full guarantee on every pair, you will
aftsm-edly buy your foot-wear of MOX-
H & I 11TL 1
Hats and Caps.
Xo man, youth, boy or child can be
considered well dressed if their cranium
is surmounted by a 4,shockine bad
hat." In order te set our numerous
customers rijrht in this regard, Monta
gue hast laid in for the fall and winter
trade an immense ittock of Hats aud
Cans. These aroods were bought direct
from the manufacturers and at very
low figures. Take a look through theni,
and when you do want to buy, aa
matter of course you will buy your
head-gear onlyof Montague.
Men's Furnishing Goods I
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. Mon
tague's stock of
Fine Shirts Lion Brand;
Fine Shirts Standard Brand;
Fine Shirts Neglige;
Fine Shirts In Cassimere;
Fiue Shirts in every style;
Undershirts and Drawers An end
less variety in all weights, shades and
W sell hugeous quantities of these
goods, and invite your attention to the
new grades and new prices. ' Be wise,
buy your Underwear of Montague.
DON'T SHIP YOUR OLD STOVE.
You can buy any of the
THEY CARRY A FULL LINE OF
PUMPS AND PUMP FIXTURES.
S&" Job Work done on Short Notice,
HEW HARNESS SHOP
J. C. FREY & SON,
Harness, Saddles, Collars,
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
GIVE US A CALL.
At Peterson & Wallace's 0M Stand.
The Yaquina Route.
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD,
T. E. Hogg, Receiver,
Oregon Development Co' s Steamslip Line
225 MIlea Shortorl 20 Hour Leaa Time!
Than by any other Route. -
Rich and Poor Alike.
For ten months we have stood at our post selling GRO
CERIES, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS and the
BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN GOODS, and yet our stock,
Increases All the Time.
Old Jason, like a fool, sailed in the Argo to Colchis in
search of the golden fleece; now-a-lays xeople find the gol
den fleece in the Brownsville goods for sale at Bach's Cornei
I pay cash for j-our produce and t the same time keep
everything you want. Formerly , all roads lead to Rome;
under the new road law every trail, toe-path and wagon road
leads straight up to
BACH'S CORNER STORE.
FIRST-CLAS8 THROUGH PASSENGER AND
From Tortland and all points in the Willamette
Valley to and from San Francisco, C'aL
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD.
TIMK SCIlEnrij; (Except Sundays.)
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L.T corvaiii ..!:.;.- A m
Ar AHwnv 1KW A M
I.v Altwnr li:w P M
Lv Conrallis 1 J P M
Ar Yaintna 4:85 P M
O. & O. tntlm connect at Albany and Corvallis.
The above trains eonneet at Yaquina wHh the
Oregtm lcvclopraent t'ompajiy'a line of Steam
ship between Yaquina and Sou Francisco.
S. S. Willamette Valley
From Yaquina Dec. 10, Pec 19, Pee. CR.
From Han Francisco Dec. 5, Dec. 15, Dec. 24.
Thi rompany reserves the right to change sail
ing dates without notice.
WM. M. HOAO.
C. C. HOGlTE, General Manager.
G. F. 4c V. Agent. Corvallis, Or.
WHEN VISITEVCr ALBAN
DONT KAILr TO SEE THE
NEW STYLES! NEW PRICES!
Also an Elegant Stock of Cloths in Merchant Tailor
ing Department with Frst-CIass Tailoring-.
Omaha, Kansas City, Chicago,
ST PAUL. ST. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINTS
East, North tP South,
UNION TICKET OFFICE,
C. G. RAWLINGS, Agent,
Albany, : : Oregon.
An Elegant Line of Suitings Kept
Cleaning and Repairing Promptly'
and Neatlj'- Done.
A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED.
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