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Tlie Lebanon Express.
" SATC II I A Y. M aTu 1 I 3t, 1 JS7."
All iHrsiiw in favor f tli tulopllon
of I he iHiliUK I'rohihUor.v Aiiu-ikI-tueitt
to the constitution of the Stttte
f Oregon, ntv herehy rnettHl to
meet at their rvsp-Uve rlees of vot
ing, in the sereml vnveinrt of I. inn
innly, Oivgon, on Friilay, the 1M l;iy
of April, A. D. 1S.S7, nt the h.mr or 2
oVlook I. M., for the purise of organ
ising Proelnet Prohibitory Amoinlim-iit
lA'ftgwft. A full attendance lesiretL j
T. J. Viimn,
Chairmnn l.lim County TrohiHtory
Local and General.
Rabbits ! !
Farmers are all liuy.
Amity ha pot the iminii. 1
Ijots of utrangvrs In town thl wt-ek.
Look out lor immense ni thU
Say, is a Wind man a good Judgitof
The roatls are getting In a fair condi
tion for travel.
AVhntV thedlflVivne if you aiv ugly
if you're happy?.
The ilitcli must be built. Ilano
need It In her lusiness.
"Competition h the life of trrnle."
lielianon is just booming.
Mrs. t II. Harmon i visiting na
tives and friends, in Portland.
V M. K. Hearn I having a oat ntnbltf
built, on his lot near the depot.
Charley Montague is very sick with
an attack' of acute rheumatism.
Itev. Mead will proach at Smith's
wehool house, next Sabbath at 11 A. m.
Correspoudetee from all localities re
fiectifiillv folie:ted. Lvt us hear from
A young man named Clark was mis
took'fiw a deer and shot, recently on
the Afctea imy. lie careful.
G. W. Smith. E-q., visitl the coun
ty iat during this week. He report
everything quiet down there.
Mrs I j. K. Main' and Mrs. Walter
Montelth of Allny, visited Lebanon
relatives, and friends this week.
William M. Turney, of Jacksonville,
at one time editor of S nfinrl and un
able writer, died on th? Oth lust.
Mowery Rrt. have sold their farm
near Sweet Home, to a Mr tiriHUh.
The loys have gone to The Dalles.
A very large imni'eration is inking
watched for on the Pacific Const the
coming summer, jebanon w ill get her
Miss Florence Italian! exhibits a fine
Jwlnting of Mt. Hool at Andrews &
Irtcklemnn's store. It evinces market!
Revs. Wooley and Starr will fill their
respective pulpits, morning and even
ing at the C. P. church and Academy
Our attention was direct ed a few da vs
:ncetosomepaiiitintrsexe-nttl ly Miss
Ida Montague, which speaks well for
her as an art if t.
Rev Mr. llannn, of t'orvallis, will
preach, this (Saturday) evening, and
Sunday, morning and evening at the
This is the season of the year when
the small !oy maketh arrangements to
gxwi-fishin' on Sunday, and lawloth
viciously when his "daddy" says No !
YSome idea of the huslnessdone in I-l-nnon
may l had from the fact that 10,
240 pounds of way freight, principally
merchandise, came in on Tuesday night
The Oregonian railway (Limited)
Mill on the 2Wh of this month, put on
a mail train. The little road will then
make good schedule time. Time card
in due time.
Ily reference to another column, it
will be seen that M. K. Hearn is pre
pared to furnish customers with nil
kinds of fresh fish, twice a week, Wed
nesdays and Satan'ays.
( On Tuesday last W. C. Peterson re
ceived from Chicago a fine lot of appar
atus and tools of the latest designs in
the jewelry line. Walt, keeps up with
the trade in every part icular.
Now, that Dr. Will Jackson has
lought the Jacksonville Srutittcf, the
republicans of Southern Oregon will
liave an organ they can rely on. Ik
we whh you abundant success.
Max Friendly, of Corvallis, intends
to start a hig drive of logs down the
McKenr.ie to Corvallis about the mid
lie of next month. It will furnish em
ployment to a large number of men.
Detectives now claim that they have
reliable information that Willis Skirt"
the merchant of Union, who mysteri
ously disappeared last fall, was not
murdered, but skipped on account of
his di bts.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. Wm.
Werth, our efficient butcher, finds it
necessary on account of ill health, to
well out his business at this place. An
"ad" to this effect appear in another
Hon. Samuel Owens and wife, of
Lincoln Nebraska, after spending the
winter in San Fr.iiieiseo, arrived here
Wednesday night and will be guests of
Mrs. Dr. llallard for a few days pre
vious to their return east.
It is understood that the resignation
of Dr. Josephi as superintendent of the 1
Oregon Insane Asylum has I een ten
dered to the Imard of eommissionors to
take effect July 1st, and that it will le
accepted upon" the conditions named.
Mr. T. S. Plllshury the enterprising
jeweler of Brownsville, certainly de
serves the kind regards of the jieople of
that town for hiseffortsin makingTuE
Express a.,, welcome visitor to them.
As a local reporter, he has few supe
riors. (Jeo Rowell, hotel proprietor of Sweet
Home, was in Ix-banon Tuesday. He
informs ua that he will in connection
with his hotel, keep a general variety
tore, where the traveling public can
be accommodated with anything they
Mr. I. F. Conn, contractor and build
er, returned to Ix-tuinon from Albany
Wednesday. He has a number of con
tracts on hand which, we presume will
soon be commenced. We expect to see
several fine buildings, put up in Leba
non thus summer.
J. A. Beard, druggist, who visited
Jefferson during last week reports crops
looking well in that part of the coun
try and everybody busy putttng in the
spring grain. The same may le said
of the farmers of this vicinity, and in
fact, all over the valley.
The bleached bones of a 10-year-old
child were found near Canyon City the
other day. A plausalile theory advanc
ed is that during the Indian raid of
!7S the red demons murdered a family
of immigrants and caoturcd the child
which afterwards made its escape and
A Corvallis pajn-rof Hie 11 Hi Inst,
syas: Wheat .U a jump up to HO cts.
on Tuesday, the Nil inst. A telegram
from San Vranelseoj ipiotlug wheat nt
$1 ml caused the raise. The market
rtillhasan upward tendency, anil it
is possible that the dollar mark may
C. If. Present t, manager of the O. H.
A N. Co., has resigned, his resignation
to take clt'ccl at itucc. As yet presi
dent Smith has not accented the resig
nation iiml it Is believed that he will
not accept ll. However, Mr. Prewott
has determined to engage In other busi
ness. He ulll continue to reside In
Several persons nt (irant's Pass will
probably lie indicted by the next grand
jury for violating I be game law. It Is
said that several oltlccrs of the law are
included in the list. J. C. Oillam. of
that place, was arrested during last
week for running down dear with
hounds and whs lie Id to answer with
IhuuIs nt MH.
On Wednesday of this week, Mr.
Thus. Wallace, of the firm of Wallace
& Thomjison, leading grocers, Albany,
gave us a pleasant call leaving his
name for Tuk Kximikks, also copy for
the neat little "ad" which npears in
another column, by which it will l
rvn this firm are sole agents for the
celebrated t ieyserite soaps, nisiniil'aetur
cd at lh-ii-r, Coloindo. Certainly a
brand which will inonoMiizc the trade.
A trial bur will convineeiuivone of this
John laldson, a simple minded
youth living near Monroe, licntoit
county, wiis mnile to K lieve by some
young men that they were going to
kill him, whereupon lie ran away from
them, and taking a valuable horse be
longing to F. Kittiide,tlcd tothe moun
tains. He afterwards voluntarily re
turned the horse but was afterwards
arrested and placed ill jail. It would
seem that this punishment should '.e
long to the youn.r men who would
st-mp so low as to frighten the weak-minded.
A vear since the (iervais postoflli'e
l.i.t i i... .... i. ......... ... ... . ei. . !
lis niiunu im uiitvuw o ties. tut'
safe was cracked and the inside iron
Ihx extnu-tel and cirrieil oil. A few
days ago tamic iriies found th iron
lsx at a lonelv point one mile north of
Wood burn. In thelox was found a lot
of bank checks lost at the time of the
robU-ry. The purse which contained
the ptwteftlce money was nlso found
near iy; als a hatchet with which the
safa crackers had burst ojk-ii the iron
1X. No other clews were found, and
who the parties Mere who rol ls d tlie
postoilliv remains as big a mystery as
An enterprise is succeeding near Ibn-k
Point, in Jackson counts', Oregon, of
extensive marble quarries. Some f'i..
UK) was exjK'nded. and the first kiln of
fline whs burned in May last. The
business has lecn extended and now
lot) barrels of limcn day are turned out.
The kilns are near the railroad track.
Many men are employed in gettlngout
t lie stone unit in moiii-raiTO. etc. The
establishment of nnv one industry '
neci'ssitates the lalmr of many nun who
must he fed, and this helps the fanner.
We In rain the advent of any enterprise
which will keep money circulating at
Work has b-eu commenced on the
unfinished part of tlie Indian school t
Chcmawa by Mr. C. A. Kolteits, who
has Itecn awarded the contract. The
contractor will finish up the office
building, which was erected last sum
mer, and will also construct a bath
house, a luiidry and bakery building.
This work, says a Salem pucr, will lie
pushed forward to completion without
d' lay. Mr. tray the carpenter of the
selnsil, will also make some iniprove
nients this summer. Hew ill soon "om
nieuce the construction of thi'ec shojs
a tailor, carpenter and blacksmith
shop, and a barn. It is proposed to
build a picket fence extending en
tirely ainuml the grounds, which
will le two miles in length. The work
will lie superintended by Mr. ttray,
and laUr performed by the itud.'lits.
SavstheSan Francisco J-hrtmhrr of
the loth inst.: S. 1J. Toby, of New
York, has arrived in thiscit v and taken
the posiiion of general freight and pass
enger agent of the Oregon Pacific rail
road and Oregon Development com
pany, in which he and his, friends are
interested. Mr. Toby stated that the
Oregon Pi.c'fie company was having
still another steamer built for the Paci
fic coast trade, in add it ion to the Kast
ern Oregon and the Willamette Valley,
already mentioned. The new ltoat has
not yet loen named. She is an iron
steamer of als.ut tons burden and
will have steam steering gear, electric
lights anil nil mslern improvements.
The firm of John Hivich fe Sons, Ches
ter, Pa., are doing its work. They ex
pect to have her completed by Scptem
lcr I, when she will at once start for
this cost. This steamer, with the Ya
Uina and tiie other two mention hI,
will form a tri-weckly line Ix-tween
San Francisco and Yaquina, Or.
We would sav for the lienefit of ad
vertisers, that as we retain thesultsi-rils-I
ers to the lirotctirvillf, Itifuriimnf, in
! addition t th seof Thk Kxpukss, en
j ables this pap -r to le the best advertis
j ing medium fr the south-eastern por
tion of I. inn county. Thk Kxpkkss
j starts out with near five hundred suls
' scrilH-rs and the list is rapidly increas
j ing. Please make a note of this. Hates
FORKS OF THE SANTIAM.
Mr. J-lilU'ir: From time to time I
will send you items from this vicinity.
As your paper upholds the teiiisiaiice
cause, I nope that our oople will lo
conie interested in it and that it will
shortly be found in every family in
this part of the valley.
H. F. Dickens is said to have sold
his interest, in the estate of Jerry and
Pcmu-Iia Dickens, to his brothers.
We will soon have a postoffice at the
South Santiam K. II. station, w here we
can get a daily mail. Then we will
all want Thk ExritKKs.
Farmers are improving these fine
days and plowing is going on in all di
rections, making ready for seeding, in
the hoiies of a rich harvest.
Cat tie are Improving in flesh. Calves
are selling at 10 and $11 per head, and
business is Itcginning to look cheerful,
giving irornise of better times ahead.
S Born. Tuesday, March 8. to the w ife
of L. A. Tucker, a son. Weight, 11
pounds. On the same date, to the wife
of(i. W. Nelson, a son. Father and
son doing well.
Mr. Moreland of Lebanon, passed
through this part of the country last
week, on a canvassing tour. By his
actions, a person might have reason
ably thought he had other business, or
giving a thorough canvass of a favorate
family of his. JiAA'TlAM.
Farmer are busy plowing.
Thennonuior 7(1 on Tuesday.
Fall wheat U thrifty and strong.
Shade and fruit trees are Iteliig set
W. H. lllaiichard has purchased the
Karl, the infant child of Charles
Younger Is extremely ill.
Ijcroy Templeton, the little soli of A.
M. Templeton is quite ill.
Mrs. Harmon Swank departed for
Cehtcrville on Thursday last.
Spring work is commencing and the
sound of the enreiiter's hammer Is
11. L. HlanchnJil took p-teetesslon of
his recently purchased property on
Mrs. J. M. Waters who ha leen
visiting friends at li-irrisbur, return
ed home on Tuesday last.
On Tuesday, Find ley Me line return
ed from Albany, to which phuv he had
accompanied tlie last drive of logs.
Elltort Cable visited Albany on Wcd
nesday last, returning home on the fol
lowing Friday, with u teachers certifi
cate. Prepnrations ore Is-ing made for an
other entertainment to be given by the
W. C. T. ir., date ofwhich will be given
in next issue.
Charles Payne, in the employ of Ar
thurs Bishop, reocivtdu wound in
the hand, from a sliver of steel w hich
fi.'W from a swedge entering the bull of
the thumb, from w hieh place it wasex
tracted by Dr. I. V. Starr.
On Monday morning last, Wiliam
Watson and family, accompanied by
Mrs. Jos. Hnrrisonj started for linker
City, near which place Mr. Watson
will locate. Mrs. Har.tison, his mother,
renedning with him for the next six
J. K. Mellarge, who has leased the
Willson House, for the ensuing eight
een months, will take possession on
the lin-t of May, from which lime
he will lie prepared t attend to the
epieurian wants of the general public
in a manner most satisfactory.
Our merchants during the past week
have leen cleaning, overhauling, nnd
straightening up their stop's, reiciving
and placing in tempting array new
stocksofspring goods. A general activ
ity is taking place in business circles
and all an4 looking forw ard to a good
S Dii-d. March It. at the niidiiec of
Tl.Olass, Craw fords vil le. Miss Nancy
tJray. agsl !'l vears. Miss t "ray was
a lady, w ho by lier amiable and fault
less character had made many friends.
She was generally know n throughout
the valley, nnd leaves a large circle of
loving friends to mourn her demise.
"Kathleen Msvournceii'' ns present
ed to the Brownsville public on the
evening of Tuesday last, by the Knima
I lent h Dramatic Co., was a decided
success. A giwvd house greeted the
ettnipany in their rendering of this
truly lieaufiful Iri-h tstmedy titmpuny
drama. We lH-sjC!k a benny welcome
for this meritorious ti-oujie" wherever
they may go.
On account of the inclemency of the
weather, the lecture advertised for
Thursday night was post'ioncd until
the following evening, win n a fall
house grceti ! Uev. K. Haskell on "An
hour in the Stats." The miuhty ma
chinery of the universe was made thor
oughly iutclligil lc by moving diagrams
and all attending voted the lecture an
A heart rending weurrcnoe was the
d"-ith by burning of I lie lilt le daughter
of Samuel Smith, which esfurnd dur
ing the past week it the parents resi
dence near Corvallis. .During a brief
iiltscncc of the family, the clothing of
the children caught lire, resulting in
the severe burning of the youngest
child, and death of the oldest girl,
whose clothing was entirely consumed
In-fore her terrible condition was dis
covered. James If. Washburn ami son have
purchased from William Fugua, of
Parker Station, Polk Co., twelve head
of It-sl, Short Horn, Durham cattle,
thorough bred, that were brought from
Kansas City, Mo., by Mr. Fugua. It
is the desire of th-. purchasers to raise
a pure line of this hr-ed for Isvf and
stock purposes. There sems to Ih but
little doubt that in the ruture this b
csility will Ik able to compete with the
east in the production of line stin-k.
At a meeting of the !onrd of trustees
of tlie Sunt inm Academy, held at the
academy March 1- 1SS7, among other
pritccedings was the apoiiitmeut of a
class for 18!)i. The names of James
Uidgeway, K. Stringer, . H. Bland,
S. A. Niekerson nnd Chas. Ralston
were presented and unanimously elect
ed. Also the following resolution:
Ixcuoh-ni, That the board of trustees
of Santiam Academy hereby reiterate
their expression of confidence in the
integrity and ability of Prof. J. L. Jil-U-rt,
in his management of the acad
emy, and their gratification that lie
has decided to continue as principal of
the academy for the coming year.
.. A. It. Cvnrr., Sec
(Jeorge Wilson whose life has leen
despaired of for a long time passed
away on the morning of the Pith inst.,
surrounded by relatives and friends.
He was bom in Whites Sides county,
Illinois, in May, 1So7, nnd einiuigrnted
to Oregon in lsso, and has since resid
ed near Sweet Home. By his honest
and u right life he won the respect of
all who knew him and by his death we
loose one of our most estei mcd and re
spected citizens and friends. He leaves
an aged father and mother to mourn
his untimely death and many warm
friends who tender to them their heart
felt sympathy in this their sad bereave
ment. ur friend was one of those
rare and gifted souls of whom the jsn-t
inspiringly seaks that, "none knew
him but to love him, or name him only
to praise." We will not say for the
purpose of fulsome panegyric that he
had no enemy, but we do say that we
never heard man or women 8)icnk ill
of him or he seak ill of others. A
little over a year ago in blush of health
George was laid upon a bed of atlliction
and in the bust six months he has lieen
a great sufferer. Why he was cut down
in the prime of manhood none but the
creator of all things can solve. Al
though he has gone from among us his
memory will ever rest with us as one
whom we respected in life and mourn
At homo they mis his tender love:
Hi. 'leath In urief t many friewifi,
Bie oh! in that blesel world hhvo
Ni love or friendship ever ends
Weep not for him whodieth.
Kor he .lees und i at rest:
And the couch whereon he lieth
J-. the erven eiirtli sinel nreuvt.
Succt Home, March 21.
II. t. M.
Mr. A. Krvln, a former resident of
Lebanon, writing to-D. Andrews, of
the firm of Andrews & Hacklcnuui, in
a letter ordering Tiik Fxpiuxh for one
year, has the follow ing to say tonecru
"This w ill Ik a fine mining camp lu
a few years more. The mines ure here
but the capital and machinery to work
them have not yet arrived. "There are
three mills here now, and i think there
will Ik- many more in the near future;
but It takes time to develop things in
All iM'tsons knowing themselves in
debted to F. H. Koseoe, on blacksmith
ing account, will please call and pay
Immediately, and stive costs. 1 mui
have my money.
Dr. J. T. Tate, dentist, of Albany,
will visit Lebanon profcsMiomi'ly on
Tuesday, March '.SI. Persons desiring
dental work done will find him at the
St. Charles hotel.
Teeth extracted without pain.
LSt. Lawrence, the blind man, gave an
ciiicmtmmi ni ai unu eeuows nail,
Wednesday evening. Some parts of
the tiorfornianoo, w as funny and int-r-tniningesjH-chilly
the "mind reading,"
which certainly excised some very
homely young men. The homeliest of
which" may lie found at the City Drug
store, disitslng of a fine looking stock
of drugs, medicines, He. . f
In a few days we will have on hum!
a line stock of letter heads, billheads,
cnvcloMK colored paper for p:tsier
work, etc. etc. (live the Kxpukss of
fice a call, when you want something
in this line, at prices in proportion to
thestai'of votir weasel skin, w hich, of
course, nt tliis time means very low.
Just received at Churchill A Mun
ich h's a tine lot of ladies' parasols, hose,
corsets, jciseys, fancy goods, etc.
A fine stock of ladies' parasols, hose,
gloves, corsets, cle., just received nt
Andrews & llacklcman's.
Jusl ft-eci vim! ii lnrit Invoiecof inrrieiil-
ture gotids, barbed .. ire, M it. -hell wng
ons etc., nt F. II. H weoe A Co's.
Call and see F. II. lb sih A: Co. for
bargalis in all kinds of hardware.
Horse bills neatly and proudly print
ed at Tin: KxriiKssoffice. Charges rea
sonable. (1. F.. Hardy, jeweler, is execting
from the east "new novelties in his line.
Lockout for Increased "nd" with cut
of thoric fine Waltbnm movements
the watch he makes a sitecinlitv of.
For a fine gold or silver watch, a
homlsonie clock or jew elry of foe best
quality and latn-t styles "go to W. C.
Peterson, lA-hanoii Oregon.
Money to loan, by Curran A Mon
telth, Allwny, Orcg;n. tf
For a good meal, go to the City Res
taurant Albany. Meals li'i cents. tf
Stop nnd m-e those Clinton Clipper
plows at F. II. II . scoe & Co's.
Garden t'ols of all kinds at F. H.
Koseoe A: Co's.
Local Market Report.
W'hent 7- per lui-hel.
I Ml . r l.lsh'l.
t'l.4ir t-r Imm-l.
I'.rfnl..- (I.iiir ! :!." rl'iill.
tuir liii' h-r ihiwn.
Hulier j. er Hi.
IjipI - n-r Hi.
Applet. j.Tti tK- t r tm-.:fl.
Afplin. dHl -ie p-r III.
I'Unu.. iiriel Te nr ll.
l'rtnu'. dried n in-r lb.
II mi". 1' te per Hi.
siiMiiler .i rierlli.
hiu-oti it- per
t'oal Oil fl.Vl jier.S (TH!lon run.
Y.ALLACE a THOMPSON, I
! SOLE AGENTS
1 nui THK
I Geyserite Soaps.
Fresh Fish. Eresh Fish.
I am now prepared to furnish all kinds
PACKED IN ICE,
Which will lie served to customers
Wednesdays & Saturdays,
OF EACH WF.FK.
Call onrly nt tlitJ Depot.
M. ;. HE MIX.
The undersigned, on account of ill
health, otters for sale the following
Ten Acres of Land within five min
utes walk from Lebanon, one Good
Slaughter House, Corrals ami every
thing pertaining to a first-class butch
ering business. Also Residence and
Meat Market on Main street, Lebanon.
A Good Sausage Factoay, Brick Smoke
House and a Good Barn. Also Two
Horses and one Butcher Wagon, and all
other property connected with the
business. Everything new. For par
ticulars and terms apply to
mch2G-lm . Lebasox, Okkgo.v.
40 acres of proocl fnrminR hind, one-fonrth mile
wont of Smiliitm avwlwmy, 1-cIniihui uregou; crop
Price, S50 per Acre. One-half Cash.
For pnrti-iiliii t'iiiUirc of A. K. C'ynw of of J
N. Mcboimkl en luciuisci!. ' urvliU-uiu
J. H. COUltTNV. M. I).
PHYSICIAN AND. SURGEON.
1 KHMiN, fi;Kif)N.
Office in lr. Powell's lU-Ridence.
F. M. MILLEK,
A1T0RNEY AT LAW,
Notary Public and General
t'ollri-tions Hint 111 her Ini'M. ronitlyHtt(-nloi
j In. I lllicv 1111 Mnlii Imlif.
DH. A. H. l'F.TFJON,
Filling and Extracting Teeth a
Otlh-f- In rei'hliic-. mi Mhiu St.. IM-xt itrmr n1h
of 1. H. Moniitttii,. r.til-iii't.. All work
nurrunlisl, I M.Mi'.l.-Ill ahiin aiii i:. nollf
!)U. J. A. LAMHEHSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
f!iee ill rlh-nre, opiioxitt; i:M Kcllotr hull.
Inuikrit hi-!nlltr of ItriUhm nil IiIiiiIn of i-hron-K'Hinf
jirivalt-ilUcn-M-i: C"x lull lilnlili rani
itliTlni- innilili'x. Annli-.K lit lrrine. n. I am
i.i(iliii with itMNlrru niliinii'i uml itiKtnmii-m.
Sjmm'I-iI iiiti-ntion (.'tcti In iri-fii!tiri-!intnii-li-avea
liy eli-crli'llv. ChIN ni'nil inmi)I!y, day or
tllfiltt. CII AIIl.liM hkAkin.o i t.
C. II. HARMON.
liA RUE Rami HAIR DRESSER
Shaving, Hair Cutting anil HIihiomm
ing In the Latest and
I'ATKoSAliK UKI'KnFfM.V Wll.II tTF.P.
" exciian(;e hotel
J. NIXON, Prop.,
I.F.H VNON, OUIHaiS.
Meals i"i cents, Islging 25.
Tables Supplied with the Best tlie
No Extra Charges for Men with white
shirts and grip-sacks.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
N. W, Ciinicr M:iin ami Sla mmn Slreeli", two
ks ij)-t of it. it. iH rit.
J. H. P. HOPE. Prop.
Thin II mo l rir-t ln I't alt iln ifvtntmen!,
Iwint; mw nl Ihriwiphly rvitm'Atinl.
The Tables Supplied witb. tbe test the
Sample Hooms nnd the Ilet Accom
modations for Commercial men.
o-nernl sii; iiK.i-c. nol tf
E. E. MONTAGUE,
OF A I.I. KIXIiS.
Foreign and Domestic
I 'eriocliei-il S
Lkhaxox, Ohkuox. j
G. E. HARDY,
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Silver Plated Ware.
Repairing a Sini-iaity, All "Work
-Aui akxt Fok
The Hew Noble Sewing KacMne and
Sewing Machine Supplies.
Ilarkness & Mayers Hros,
Horse Shoeing and Gen
ALL WORK WARRANTED
TO (JIVE SATISFACTION,
Prices to Suit the Times.
OIl'E VS A CALL.
J. 1.. COWAN. J. M. KALSTOX. J. V flSICK
BANK of LEBANON,
Transact a General Bank
Accounts Kept Subject to Check.
EXCHANGE SOLD ON
New Yori, San Francisco, Portland and
On . Fuvorable 1enjis.
A. V. ( Ht ttf HII.I,.
G ENERA L
Ncav Goods ! !
Ye are now receiving an Immense (stock of
Spring rind Summer Goods.
Which is the Largest, (-hoicest nnd most complete line if fJcneral Merchnn
ifise erer fmmglit to this ftectionnf the Wit iamette valley. Our stock of
Dry nnd Kniicy Uuod embracrs nil the newest de igns in Patterns, .
Styles and Qualities, hi Dress U'mmIh, including a fine assortment of
The Celebrated Broadhead Dress Goods,
In new nd desirable colors, which Imve just been opened out for
Our stock of White Goods is Large and Complete.
OUR NEW STOCK OF FANCY GOODS
Inetudts all the Jfewctt designs and Xovellie In
Hosiery, Corsets, Handkereliiefs, Ibices, Ribbons. Jerseys,
Indies' Underwear, Gloves, Mitts, Etc.
Ladies and Childrens' Shoes and Slippers
Vbk'h is jiit-t arriving, is the lurgt4. and most cxiuiplete line ever pur
clmseil by us, and at prices that JJfi ComjuUtion I
WE KKEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Carpets, Oil-cloths, Mattings, Regs, Window-Shades, Wall-Paper
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce.
C. B. MONTAGUE,
Dry Goods, Clothing
Boots and Shoes
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN
FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
in Supplying the Wants of the People of this Viciuity, ena
bles me to offer
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS.
l tf- C. 13. Montague.
Dty-Goods.Clotliing, Boots & Shoes.
HATS AND CAPS,
ssG R O C
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
-AGEXrS FOIi "OLD RELIABLE"
Buckingham & Hecht's Boots, and the Cele
brated W. L. Douglas $3 Shoe.
, AND THE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS,
Popular Hosiery Company.
M. J. MONTE1TJI-
Al ERCHAND1S E
New Goods ! !
Hats and Caps,
AT HIGHEST MARKET PItlCE.