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The Lebanon Express.
HATCH DAY. A PHI I,, , Inst. "'
Local and General.
Mrs. Trip Is Rt Itinjr wmio Wttor. Vt
aix nUul ti notf this hrtii;ji
Js,t)rt u hviul Is almut tlio itvrrniio
lriv tor mutton slurp lit this county.
Shwp Imvc to U inspected ht'foiv 1h
IK nlaotd oh tho cars tinder the now
Attention Is directed to tho "ad" of
t. V Yhot'lr, w mill mill hinder
Mr. L Hrtlttnitrsh, of Waterloo, In
forms umif tht? illnoHs of his mm with
Fruit livtn nre now In full htoom,
a nt everything nrvwents a upringlike
y Mr. .!-. Nixon of the K.xoham In tel,
will take ehttrtfo of the St-, Chariot,
tu the llth Inst.
TIip quarterly on n fore-' to of tho M.
1. ehutvh will he hold at tho AoadiMiiy,
tiolmtion, April 10 and 17.
Dr. llemlorHon, of En tret n" hrothi-r-In-law
of M. A. Miller I him Iwoti visit
iiK, Lolumon relatives 1'ricitils dining
the past week.
The Oroironlan IJy. timeearil uppcnrs
in another i-oluiuu of this Kmio. The
little rail is fretting into posii ion to do
Mr. V. II. Jlisltop, eonnceted with
11. W. M. Co.. Portland, was m Lelutti
.ill nliakinj;' hand with old ui-qllatut-huivs
A rvpreentative of the Wmt Sfmrr.
lias Ihvh in town this week taklmrsoine
nketrhos for I hut vahihle magazine. 1 lc'
also visited Soilaville.
J. M'.'Mhtlstoii. onshier of the Lehan-
fn hank, has the hriek on the ground j
prepamtory to the -onst ruction of his
new oottairo rosidonee.
There is yet alniut fifteen foot of mhw
ft Fish take. A party who arrived
from there, says the roof of the hotel
nt that da"e has caved in under the
immense weight of tho "I eaittiful".
We dirvot the attention of readers to
the 'ad' of II. E. Hardy, hv which it
will Ik- noon he is airent tor tlio celebrat
ed Koekford, 111. watches. And dealer
in all kinds of jewelry, optical jroods
lion. T. (5. Kennies,
Inspector for tht eoa?t,
Tuesday looking over
chur iv stnt
was in town
tho luniks of
Of imui ho
lound everything in a
Near Silverton the other day live
masked rolilM-rs entered the homo of
farmer Frank Koed, ami while two j
held up Koed, the remainder flitted j
the house-, takiiijr piovisions and every- j
thing of value. I
Mr. A. C. Hausitinn, lirown-svilleV
t'ttlcient wagon maker, called to see us
yesterday morn'inur, on his return from
Salem. His son (ins. was with him,
mid we aro glad to know is greatly im
proved In health.
An asrrlonllural jvinor fljinres "when
lainl is worth MM an acre, one jrlass of
loor at live cents would represent a
piece of laud nine foot wide and twelve
tint long. Ihtom enough to hnry the
whole family it;.''
It is reported that lfynian Ahr.-.m
has In-on appointed Collector of t'us
toms at Portland, and E. J. Joil'n y, tT.
IS. Marshal for Otvijon. llen.jamin
Hureh has hs-on appointed U.veivcr of
l'nhlic Moin-ys at Orvjnm City.
The deeds and ether pssjHTs looking
to the rhrht of way for the Llannn;
nttd Santiam water ditch or canal, have
Ihiu made out, and there is every pros-
p vi ot an cany foinmciKiim'iit o. (
work on this most imj ortar.t enterprise. j
Tho quarterly conference meeiinir of
the -Advent Christian church, w ill It
held at the school house near I ho steam
...ill iwmxiwmiMDir lViiliv ii-inilli.
a, and will hold over tho following fNil.
Iwith. Kldcr Aaron lVv'ston will pro
tide. Had it not liocii cloudy and rained
this week, the chances are there would
have been some clear weather. Wo
don't profess to lie a signal station; but
will ln-t a nicklo that every line in this
item is true. Who's got tho check to
r. W. Smith Ivsq., Ims purchased
'a Cyclone wind mill, which arrived here
on Tuesday last and will lie put up at
his residence, in a few days. The rt s--r
voir connected with it will hold3,HNt
gallons of water, for irrigating and
and other purposes.
Charley Montague is convalescing as
fast iw can l expected. The ease has
Ihvh a difficult one, requiring skillful
medical treatment. Ir. Courtney, the
attending physician, is to le eongratu
latcd now, that his patent gives every
evidence of speedy recovery.
An editor savs that when he sees a
rooster with a tame leg trying in vain
to keep up with tho rest of the flock in
the pnjoession. it always reminds him
of a non-advertising, so-cuilcd business
man endeavoring to hold his own
against hjs neighlrs who advertise.
During a short visit to Ix-ng station
on the (. Ity. a few days since wo found
Mr. Spictr busily engsigod in shipping
wheat, of which he had at that time
in his warehouse alut 2s,KM bushels.
Mr. Spieer has a splendid farm, ami
everything gives promise of prosierity.
"Referring to the bilk in the city on
"Wednesday' says the Albany Jh'tno--raf,
"a third warder made the remark
that it was no worse to license a man
to sell a ten cent chain for $1.(X), than
to license men to sell 1 cents' worth of
whisky for 10 cents. The remark is
The?w is not a journal in the United
States which can boast of a more ge
nial wide-awake corps of euitors and re
porters than those who manipulate
the "Falters" on the Orcronian.. A
visit to the editorial rooms gives away
the secret why the Orvrjoniati is the
best doilyiSn the Northwest coast.
The Wad S.'iorc for March is on our
table, and is certainly a magnificent
number of that excellent magazine.
. It gives some excellent illustrations of
Walla Walla.Davtoii.W.T. and a splen
did illustrated description of the falls
of the Santiam river at Waterloo, this
" county. The Wct Shore has only to
be seen to be appreciated.
A visit to the furniture store of Mr.
K. Goan, will do anyone good who 'de
sires anything in his line. He has in
stock the very latest desirpis of every
thing, and of the finest ""sjpeeimeiis of
the many kinds of wood. His under
taking goods are epocially fiue. Mr.
Goan will probably erect a plaining
mill during this summer.
The r. O. department has leen peti
tioned to restore the Star Route 1 et ween
this city and Albany. The official who
recommended the "change, no doubt,
is like many others who think that
Lebanon is on the line of the Narrow
tJuage Ity. Mr. Reams postal iusjiec
tor, was of this opinion, until he got oft
at Lebanon Junctiou and walked four
miles into Lebanon.
At a meeting oft he Board of Trustees
of the Corvallis Agricultural College
held recently the resolution which au
thorized the'deeding of the farm to the
slate was rescinded. Corvullis people
are rci'i ludiguMit and the tumors talk
h.t load.- The l'hnn ! calls'it a con
tcmptahlo notion and hints that the in
ivnlive is the prospect of $l.1,tio per an
num from the government.
During a roccn. visit to Portland wo
called at the office of the lnthilititt
Sf,i 1 ditor 1 ynu n is working hard
for the success of the temperance cause
In this Mate, and the Strtr should fe
ci I vc the support of tlnvi who arc
anxious for the success of I lie prohibi
tory amendment . The tetnpcraiuo
ptople of this state should stand ly
their friends, especially tho few hmr
nals who have ti vowed to stand by
We often wonder why It Is that farm
ers wIiohiv energetic, sensible and prac
tical do hot write luoiv than they do
for their lot id paer, giving the results
of eH'rinients, practical thoughts and
reasonable simui-stions, that others
might read and Ik l'iictlt,w therebv.
We w ould lc very glad If our farmer
patron would oeoupy sonic space in
the KM'ltKNM for their U lietlt ill this
respect. Why not send us notes occa
sionally In reference to nurit lilt lire,
fruit culture, cluck raising, etc. I'hev
would le very mi-cptablc and l enell
cial. Wo Would respeotfully tirg Upon
our reader the importance of patroniz
ing homo Institutions. We mean by
this particularly to buy h-oni your own
tow n mcrcbal ,giioer butcher, miller;
don't slight your blacksmith, shoemak
er, Miintcr, wagon maker, or any one
who has come among you to "live and
let live." These are the men who im
prove vour community, build ditches,
manufaoturcrlcs, etc. We never know
of a person lioing lcnc!lttcd by going
away from home to buy goods.Vven if
the purchases made were n few cents
cheaper, from the fact that money sent
away never returns. Spend your mom y
at home; keep It circulating in your
own community and thereby stand a
chance of getting onte of it back in due
season. HouM your homo piqicr and
in ret u i n it w ill li!st you.
Scrvlcx for to-morrow (Sunday) are
at follows: Kov. Wooley will till his
regular npointniont at the C. J",
church, mortiilur and cvonitnr. Itev.
St irr will ptx a -h at t ho Academy morn
ing i mi evening. Hcv. Memt will
preiieh at the TaUinan si Ihm.1 house at
.'$:;; i i.
Following is a list of left-rs remain
ing in the p-ist ntlhv at Lebanon, Ore
gon, April I, v7 :
fMrlmov". Mrs, K. J.
'.v Mrs. IVilh.
Uit ki'v. Kiirici.
Inn, Sir-, c. r.
Mn;-n. .1. N.
I ov.-r. I i.
WVivvr. t. r.
lljxrt', 1 Uvrti.
H th r tm. s?ir;i!i.
11 m..v, W II
V-U-. K. It.
licia 1:iuii. Mctirv,
N nusi-v. . T.
Persons calliivjr for the alnive must,
irivc date of ail vet t ising.
1). K. JIOVTAdlt, P. M.
The tax rate in Atlanta, Ua., after
two moiithsof prohibition, was decreas
ed from thirty to forty cent on a dol
lar. In Illinois over six hundred towns
are mi.,v the banner of no-Iicuse. In
allofth.se, taxi-s have Ik-cii re. lucid,
crinio l-si in d. and happini ss and ros
erity ii'eri'.'iM d.
ll:iucH-k itiunty, W-st Viruhtia. has
not had a liquor Vtdooti in f rty ears.
During lss.", the r.ntd jury did not
find a single indictment, and their was
not a prisoner in the jail. "
Tho Jfrfh.tr? of iK-s M-iiies, Iowa,
savs, the first wivk of prohibition, the
rales at one moat market in Fort Madi
son, were double w lyit they had U-oli
any previous week, t he iner.Nis.'d l-.'-mand
looming from the men who tis.-tl
to piitn ni.o the dramshep.
Arrested on Charge of Perjury.
Our readers will r.-memb.-r that dur
inglast DctoU r, onoJas. A. Hearing, of
Sweet homo precinct w as arrested for
perjury, it Ix-iiijr charged that he swore
talsey to an affidavit on application to
homestead a miartcr section of land.
He whs tried lx fore the l". S. court,
Miivictil and sentenced to one year in
the penitentiary. Shortly af.er his
conviction a tot it hm largely sijrned. was
sent to the President asking his pardon
on the ground that ho, liciug unlearned,
Aid not read the affidavit he swore to
etc. On Tucs.lay last C. W. W.ttts
armed with a warrant, at the instance
of Mrs. Hearing, arrested loo. W.
Slaven, the prosecutor of, Hcuriugaiid
took him to Albany to answer to the
charge of perjury. Then- has evident
ly Ik-oii some very wild swearing done
in this case, and now the question is
who is the guiity party?
SWEET HOME NOTES.
Weddings are talked of up this way.
Well w e are sure that cold nights is no
excuse this time of the year.
Chas. Simons, "Fronehio," still cooks
the hash at the St. Johns hotel to the
general satisfaction of the hungry pub
lic Our former fellow townsman, F. M.
Rumliaugh is now honu steading in
the rural districts and i-omcs to town
occasion ly with grass on his boots and
traces of ehantial on his face.
John Dimaoa is building a largo and
commodious cam?) shed for the comfort
and convoiiicitC'.; otthc traveling puis
ne in connection with his feed stable
and hotel. The shed when completed
will all'ord shelter for twelve or lift en
wasonswith plenty of camping room
''The genial and obliging W. 15. Don
aca makes his usual weekly trijis to
this place from I'banon, arriving on
Friday loaded w ith dry goads, grin-cries,
etc.", anil leaving on Saturday load
ed with chickens, eggs, ami other small
game. You would smile to see the ma
tronly dames of this place counting
tlieir chickens and seeing that they are
all on the rotst and. the hen house door
well bolted when he is in town.
s'S . C. Lawrem-e passed through this
place t rv-day from the Matolas, having
crossed the Cascades by the way of the
W. V. C. M. wagon road, oh snow
shoes ami reports a hard trip, being
lost and putting in twodaysand nights
without anything to cat but finally
pulled through, very foot-sore and
weary. He reports nine or ten feet of
snow'at Lost Prairie, four miles west
of Fish lake, four or five feet of which
is fresh snow, according to reports by
Hamilton who crossed some time ago.
This should lie a warning to those who
would endeavor to cross the Cascades
too soon in the spring as a man is run
ning a great risk by doing so.
"Watch the game closely, study your
adversaries carefully; le patient in ad
versity, ami calm in prosjerity;" The
aljove'is not from Solomon, nor from
Seuaca, nor from Chesterfield, nor Tal
mage. It is from a book of instruct
ions in regard to the game of "draw
piker." So then the "higher virtues
an- useful even in stici-e.-slully lieating
a fellow out of hio itiuucv.
Horn. March St, 1sm7, t; the wife of
Seldom Warner, twin (laughters.
l-'d ward Starr residing near Halsey,
paid our town a visit on Friday last.
Hop yard men report a favorable out
lo k tor a giR-d crop, the vim's showing
a thrifty growth.
V Mrs. J. M. Mover, after an extended
Irlp ti California, returned home on
James Cox has purchased from W.
It. Kirk a hitildimr lot ui on which he
will soon erect u dwelling.
P.W.Starr, who for tho past week
has lieen visiting friends In lleiitou Co.,
returniHl on Thursday hist.
J. H. St. Lawrence, the blind vocal
ist and organist, performed to a good
house on t ho evening of March .'It .
Mrs. Harmon Swank who ha Im-cii
visiting friends a1 Ccntorvlllo, I'matilla
Co. returned homo on Saturday last.
Uev. Wooley, of Lebanon, preached
to a largo attendance at the M. F.
church on the evening of Sunday last.
A.J. Winter, the phot oKraphic artist
w ho has U'cn w Ith u for the past week,
departed tor Hii-cno on Weihus lav
last. M. L. tiarontlo and family have
moved from town to the t'arin or Jos.
Harrison. "Doe" has leased the place
ami will try farming.
Thomas J. (teams, t. S. Postal In
spector, whs in town on Monday last,
Inspecting our ostotfli-eaeeounts'w hich
he pronounced in A I order.
The calico ball given bv tho Arlinir
ton club at Coburir, oft the ovenimj of
April I, was a tlnauelal uev, quite a
numli-r of our young folks titttuidiug.
Prof. H. S. Strange, Prf. Itrown ami
wife. Miss Ottie Arthurs, Mi-s 1 1. it tie
Long and M Iss Ivan, on-Wednesday
last departed for Albany to attend the
The desciplo of Isaac Walton have
li'i'ii willing to catch trout, but unfor
tunately they have as yet bis u unable
to 'connect" w ith the'spotted licaulii i
of the brook. Wait a couple of weeks,
Tlionijwon A Waters have purchased
the lot nd.hilnir their present store Kite
UMn which they will erect mi addi
tional building, to be lis.s for the stor
age of heavy tiiMMls, harilai', glaits,
paint, crockery, etc
Plum and cherry trees are In blooni,
maples are budding out under t ho lu
flueifv of the warm spring rain, wild
Mowers are In Idiom, and there Is a
fnh i icsm in th air calling t mind
thoughts of alt that is pleuMiut and
iH-autiful, s.pii'ially the cheiry pies, to
Strivt "Fakir" with bra-s hi-ek and
brass jewelry, Mr. Verdant with money,
"prx-sto change," Fakir with money,
verdant with brass watch, and there Is
hist one more left. Italamv In favor of
"Fakir. Astoria, JSino; Portland, '.!"!: Sa
lem, ?''-V; Albany, $3; Corvallis, $pih,
and another county yet to hoar from.
The second entcitniiinu nt given ly
the W. C. T. V. on theeveiiing of S.ii
unlaybst, at the North l$ronsille
city ball, was a i-oiit inuat ion ofthesiH-ci-ss
sit t 'lotiug the pralsow -orthy i tfoit
of the lalii-si.f this society. An able
Iictuivwas ili I! vi r. l by ltcv. WtHilcy
of Lebanon, port raying' the evils of lu-ti-niH'raniv.
and moral iK'iietits .if pn -hibilii
n. I hohv tmisi.-sil -elections
varied the programm-, ami tho enter
tainment being if a icry sat isf.ictry
and iiit.'ristliig character
Pm he; (he past wcvk A. Dyson
ni-civnl fi'om his partner now at Salt
Lake it v, a l tterstating that tho liti
gal ion of one if th. ir mining idams had
tveii satisfactorily si'ttlcd.anil that salt'
had Isi'ii mail . in proof of which S-loon
was tiiel.sed, that ln-lng Mr. Dvson's
nut ion on the first payment. This In
cornice! im with other iimnlcs reii-lveil
by Mr. Dyson during tho last m tnth
mil Hints to ?itv. It Is tu to hopd
ihat Mr. Dyson may l1 ivu itly as for
tunate with the balaipv of It's milling
interests and that the pending suits
may terminate in his favor. T. S. P.
All lx't-sons know ing thenisi-lves In
debted to F. H. Hoscoc, mi blaeksmiih
ing ai isiunt, will please eall and pay
immediately, ami save costs. I must
have my money.
For pure drugs mid medicine call on
M. A. Miller, at the city drug store.
tJ to Cyrus's for tho ln'st churn in
the market. For sale cheap.
T.adi.-s, call and see those Ix-nutiful
bird cages at F. H. lioseoe A Co's.
The place to get a good Key West
eigar, is at Hoard's drug store.
Money to loan, by Curran & Mon
teith, Albany, Oitgon. tf
For a good meal, goto the City .Res
taurant Albany. Meals "i cents. tf
Mill men ami farmers are invited to
call at Mead's harness shop and exam
ine his stock of leather liolting. Cut
to any length desired.
Just received a large invoiivof agricul
ture goods, bar lied wire, M it. -hell wag
ons etc., at F. H. Poscoe A Co's.
Horse bills neatly ami proudly print
ed at Tit k Iixi'KK vSoiliee. Charges rca
Local Market Report.
Wheat TV T linlu'l.
i ."ilH 1st h.ihi'l.
ri.;ir t.iK ,-r luiml.
I'ntjll-S 1M. il l (,i Sl.'J.) nT luishcl.
Kir rs IIH' iht ilni ii.
llun. r ) r ll.
fjirl si- H-r Ui.
.!ll'S. tTi .Ml Ilk' IHT tlll.'-hfl.
Atl !, ilrivil '"i' a r Hi.
I'luius ilriiMl 7i' ht Hi.
f'nuii's. ilrieil si 'T Hi.
IliUils. l'J'..i- iht lb.
ShauMrr -7l" fuT 111.
l'.iiism :h 1st li.
I'umI nil si..-l jht." gnlloti run.
J. L. (WAX. J.M. i:aitox. J. W Cl SICK
BANK of LEBANON,
Transact a General Bank
Accounts Kept Subject to Check.
-KXClIAMiK SOLD ON
New York, San Francisco, Portland and
Oi KcA voriiUle Terms.
OREGONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, - Recelvr.
On Hint iirirr April I, lis?, ii'nl tmill niHliiTim
lli'i-irmim nillrun i,ill ti !iri'il Suniliiy) h t I
i n :
l.in.l. CillilllK .U.lll.
Ar ii.ti r. m.
t.v si. mi
Mi-el Nil 1,
I .V t.'.A-i
I,V. lU.OO A. M.
I A ',! .'.'I
5li i I N.t 'J,
I tiii'i l.ANn,
l imn Ii fmlrli',
W i. mIIiumi,
) l l II K,
illll Jim's Mill,
tuwt SMi- In iii-l i.iil,
W mIiIii Hills,
Un a . i llti'.
TM III IlilUl'X,
r. . An'.
!. K. MOXTACUK, j
i liKAl.t lt IN ' I
3 i a
ol-- A I.I. KINHS.
A I. .Hi I
j. Foreign and Domestic
1 I.IIIANON, OltlllliN.
J. NIXON, Prop..
MeuN 'Si outs, I lu i i ik 'St.
Tables Supplied with the Best the
No Lxtrn Charirisi fur M n with white
flilits and iiri-Mu'k.
The undi-rsiirncd, n m'tiMiiit tit ill
hi'tilth. iifUtu fur wile tho fulliiwiiijr
Ten Acres of Land w ithin live min
utes -walk fiiiiii Iri'lmtiiiu, one GooJ
Slaughter House, Corrals tiud cvery
thinir ertiiliilnjr tun fiit-eli I uti ii
iTiittf liusins. Als kesiJcnce anJ
Mrat Market on Main stroil. I, I'liiioii.
A Good Sausage Kat'.ojy. Brick Smoke
House anJ it GooJ Barn. AU-i Two
Horses and one Butcher Wagon, mid nil
other irin'rty oounetti-d with the
liiisiiiesM. lvoryiIiluf now. For ii;ir-tii-ulm
and t.rniH iipply to
nicli2iv-lm Lkhamin, OitKiio.N.
Mil AT MARKET.
AVm.i.iam V:htii, riin-'u.
Fresh and Salted Beef and
IIO LOON A,
Bacon and Lard always on Hand.
JArm St., l.t fuiHiii), Oi't f'iu.
Albany Collegiate Institute.
Rev. E. J. THOMPSON, D. D., Pres't.
A Full Corps of I instructors.
Classical, Scientific, Literary, Com
mercial and Normal Classes.
Courses of Study Arranireil to Meet the
Need of till (irndea of Students.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO
Students from Ahrond.
Tuition Ranges from $5-50 to
ftimnl in private fiimilt-s at Inn ncoo. timiin. for
is'lf iHinnlint! "I Miinll i-xm-iisf. A cnrt'tiil suikt
viskm cxiTvisoii over stmlfiits iiwny fmiu hiiiue.
A TEACHERS' CLASS
will lx orjranlzcil Monthly. NovciiiIkt to oim
timit' 1" wiM'k?. for the sK-Mui tH'iH'lit of liutx in
tcntiitisr In ti'tu'h in our jmldic 4htMU; a icciicnil
jtvifv of i tiiiiniiiu M'Uool hruuuhc uriU a ihur
uutfh tlrill in the
Most Approved Methods of Teaching.
Tho seron'l Term t-ofrlns Novoiu1.it Kith, issfi
OlnN Jiiiiiinrv 'isth, 1SS7.
The thinl Tenii bt'Kiiis Jiinnarr St.-it, 1S.S7, ends
April sih, issT.
The foiirtli Term besins Ajirtl lltJi, 1SS7, en "s
June Kith. lss7.
Fur further imrticulnrs, mlilress the PresMc-nt,
KEV. K. J. TlIO-MlNUN, I. P..
nll-lm. Allmny, Drenn.
40 aores of (jiKxl running Intnl. onc-fmirtli mile
west f Siiiiliam aeaik'iuy, Ixjlmnoii Orvguii; cruji
Price, $50 per Acre. One-half Cash.
Fi ir ui rl ii'iiliirs enquire of A. It. Cyrus nf of .1
S. Mciioiial'i on pieiuiies. lurvklJ'vOi
J. H. COI HTNKV. M. 1).
PHYSICIAN AM) SUKCKOX.
I.I .II VilN, I lt 1 II N.
OHIcc In r. I'hwcII'h lli-sldonce.
I'. M. Mil.LCH,
ATT()KM;Y AT LAW,
Notary Public arul Genoral
I.I' ll.VNiiV, itl'.KiiUS.
(ollel.tliillii Mllft III her I'll-llli'. I'liilll 0 1 V lUli'lI'lei!
, Iii. m'- on Mniii (iir.s.i. ' hiilif.
JUL A. II. I'LTLIU-ON,
Filling and Extracting Toeth a
I. MIAMI'S'. lllll.i.iiN',
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of t'. II. MiiiiliiL-m '. iii r.-lii.in e. All ttotk
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C. II. II A K M O N
ShnvliiKi Hidr Culllnir iind ShamMM
ing In tin- Litest mid
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WALLACE & THOMPSON,
Load In ix Grocers
j SOLE AGENTS
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I. F. CONN,
Contractor, Carpenter and
Plans & Specifications
OX SHOUT N OTIC IS.
All Kinds of Carpenter Work Dune and
1 rlv.-os- N'ery Konsnnnhlu.
Al IIWY A I.HIANiiN. uliKiiON.
Aiiilrows & Hacklrman,
n nr x. s oo
Harknoss & Mayers Hros,
Horse Shoeingr and Gen
all wtniK v.nn.NTi:i
TO OIVK HAT I S FACT ION,
Prices to Suit tho Times,
rr'iv; r.v .i c.i .a.
J. O. ROLAND.
eitv2M.vNi.rA0Tri:KR ask Iiealek isSua.?)
Harness, Saddles, Bridles.
And all Goods in the Saddlery Line.
Harness and Saddles Repaired
AND AT LOW PillCE.
A. V. IffH4 HIM,.
CM U UCI 1 1 LL & 31 OKTEITH. ..
G EXKKA 1 M EKCMAXDIS
New Goods ! ! New Goods ! !
W'v nre now receiving nit Immeuw ttK'k nf -
SiJrliifi fm. Summer CjoocIm,
Which In the Lirt'i cf , Cliuli i't nnd nii.t fi.iiiiili'lt- line of Oem-ml Ii-r hnn-di-
ever linni-iht tr thi Meiiui if the Willniiii tl vitlley. ur nlN'k if
Dry nnd I'iiiii-v IimhN emlirnir m nil tlm iifivrnl - Ikiih Iii I'iitteruo,
Myhn iind jifrtlif Icm, III Dri 4 (fniMU, im luiliiiu n llfie niwt tun lit of
The Celebrated Broadhead Dress Goods
III new nnd ih'MirtiMe i-olor, which huVe Jtut Ui'i njn'iteil out for
Our slock of White (.oods is Lart; and Complete.
OUR NEW STOCK OF FANCY GOODS
Iiiehiili nil the Xi'it donlfiiin nnd Noveftics in
Hosier)', Corsets, Ilantlkcreliirfs, L'lres, Ribbons, Jerseys,
Lntlles' Cnilcnvonr, (Iloves, Mitts, Htc.
Ot ll N I0V KI'OCIC OF
Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Slippers
Which U jut iirrlvimr, id,. Invest nnd iikI eoiupkU' line ever Jiur
elniM tl hy itf, nnd Ml -ri-e Unit tt'J.t 0injti(ion I
WL' K Kl'J' 'ONMTA NTLV ON HAND A COMI'LLTL HTOCIC OF
Carpets, Oil-cloths, Mattings, Rags, Window-Shades, Wall-Paper
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
llljrhcfd Mnrkot I'rii' Pnid for nil KimU of Country Produce.
1 . i J ... . . X l I
C. B. MONTAGUE,
Dry Goods, Clothing
Boots and Shoes
ALL KINDrf OF 1MIODCCK TAKKN AT HIOIIKST M.VItKKT 1'IUCE.
FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
in-Supplying the Wants of the People of this Viciuity, ena
bles me to offer
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS.
ANDREWS & HACKLEMAN,
Dry-Goods.Clotliing, Boots & Shoes.
HATS AND CAPS,
-feG ROCER1E S,
Geiits I?LirnislLin Gooclts.
BOOT S .
AND THE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS,
Popular rToisierv- Company.
MAIN tfTKLLT, LIILANON, OlUXiVX.
M. S. MONTI I J II.
Hats and Caps,
C I.t. N lot ItflUVKiJ.
d&gsn&ts The Celebra-
fte!fW. L. Douglas