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The Lebanon Express.
Organization of Precinct Prohibi
tory Amendment Leagues.
Haijsey, Or., April l.ltli, 1887.
EniTOR IiRbanos E.vrjtKRS -Friday
April 1 meetings were lield thoughout
theeounty at the various polling places
niul organization of product leagues
whs duly effected In accordance with a
tttmple form prepared and provided for
Albany, Lelwnon, Halwey and many
other points made strong organizations.
In some precincts permanent organiza
tion was deferred for various reasons to
an adjourned meeting.
The good work thus begun will be
vigorously prosecuted until all the pre
cincts are organized and the several or
ganizations are made complete.
These leagues, let it lie distinctly un
derstood, and once fo.r all, have but one
object In view, Viz; Campaign work In
the Interest of the constitutional pro
The broad basis on which they are
founded is citizenship. All iwrsons
without any distinction, who are In
favor of the adoption of the amend
ment arc eligible to membership, and
are welcome to a place in the ranks of
our workers. ;
Political, religious and other differ
anees are put out of sight as having no
place, and democrats, republicans and
other party people join hand in hand,
and march shoulder to shoulder, under
a common flag in this battle for the
bo:no r.ml right.
In order to secure the benefit of the
council of all our workers, and to estab
lish a more perfect bond of sympathy,
and secure the hearty eo-operatlon of
alt interests in thtswork, it is propotied
to hold In the near future a county con
vention composed of delegates from the
Various precinct leagues.
Friends of the amendment, come
promptly to the front and take hold of
this work with a resolution that will
assure success. T. J. Wiwwx,
Member of State Board for Linn Co.
A Horse for His Feed. '
r On Wednesday a German came Into
town leading a horse which evidently
needed something to cat. The poor
brute's ribs worn wry transparent on
account of the Immense cavity within,
while Its neck exceedingly lacked the
proud, haughty curve so much admir
ed in the equine race. His tail, too,
told the story of abject poverty, as it
hung languishing between his legs
which needed stuffing from the pas
ture joint up. As we have said, this
animal needed something to cat, and
was taken to liurkhart & liilyeu's da
ble where the inner-horse was to some
extent satisfied. The owner of the
horse after partaking of his meal at the
Exchange hotel, went to the tdaltle, or
dered the horse, and proceeded to travel
when be was reminded that there was
two-bits against the horse' for his food;
when he indignantly remarked :
"There's the horse; take him;" and
started oft a-foot. The horse was
not in town Thursday morning and we
are of opinion that liurkhart & liilyeu
will get even on this racket "before we
give it away.
Wednesday, April 13, 1SS7.
VTTcsont Joseph Elkins,' H. C. Ilark
ness, Ik M. Donaca, F. H. Roseoc, coun
cilmen. Al)sent C. B. Montague, president,
N. M. Follis, marshal.
The resignation ofC. 15. Montague
.was presented. On motion of Mr.
Klkins, the resignation of President
Montague was accepted and placed on
On motion the council proceeded to
appoiutment of a president. A vote le
lue taken resulted in the selection of
O. W. Cruson who being present was
at once sworn and entered upon the
duties of his office.
The motion of Mr. Harknt ss that the
assessment roll be taken up for equal
ization was carried, but finally post
poned until the nest regular meeting.
District Teachers' Institute.
" The district Teachers' Institute for
the counties of Linn, Lane, Marion,
Polk and Tillamook, which closed its
session last Friday night, was the most
' interesting session ever held in Albany,
over 100 teachers being present. Ad
. dresses were delivered by prominent
"educators from different portions of the
state, among them J. Ik N. Bell of
itoseuurg, u. x. ssianiey oi jionnioum
.and President Arnold, of the Corvallis
college. The institute closed with a
successful literary entertainment.
Amongthose in attendance from Leb
anon and vicinity, were Misses Fannie
Griggs, Alice and Lizzie Ambler, Flor
ence Ballard, Libbie Charlton, Sarah
Williams, Mary Motthorn, Julia Thay
er, CaUie Morris,' Prof. J. F. Stubble
field, A- Wilson, L. K. Brooks, S. A.
DeVauey and J. E. Sutherland.
' Beware, Boys.
Two window lights have recently
been broken in the public school build
ing by some one who seems to have a
mania for throwing stones, the stones
, in each instance having been found in
side the building. The public are, of
course, interested in seeing that this
property is taken care of, and any one
who is seen injuring it should be report
ed to the proper authorities. The dam
age referred to was probably done by
some boy whose faculty for destruct
ivenesa is unduly developed. Some of
these "bright" youths may have the
pleasure of seeing their names in print,
much to the annoyance of their paren ts,
' if any more deviltry of this kind is re
Everbody rushes for Miller's drug
store to buy the finest stationary ever
brought to" Lebanon, cheap.
Local and General.
A few hours sunshine Is very refresh'
John V. Morris, of Sweet Homo, pass
ed through Lebanon on Thursday with
a fine looking band of cattle.
""Born. -In Lehatioit, to Umj wife of
David Andrews, Saturday April 9, IMS",
a daughter, weight 11 pounds.
Seventeen million acres of luud are
said to be held by corporation) in Ore
gon with hardly a shadow of a title.
Uov. IVnnoyer his appointed Albert
Sunderland, of Portland, as Dairy Com
missioner, in plane of W. W. Baker.
Miss Kflle Miller returned last Sat
urday from Kugene City, where she
has been attending the State Univer
sity. On Thursday we were Informed of the
death of Thomas Emerson, an old and
respected citizen of Sweet Home pre
ctnt. vTr. J. II. P. .Hope, In retiring from
the management of the St.Charles hotel,
leave a lutst of friends and jmtrons to
The Oregon Pacific R. It. Co. hove
removed their ticket ofllce to their new
and elegant quarters In the new depot
The printers of Salem have organized
a Typographical Union. Hihttcrt
was elected president ami M ins Nellie
Rev. J. R. X. Bell, of the Roseburg
Ie".!ctt hr.s received the appoint
ment us clerk of the State R. It. Com
mission. The salary Is 2,000 er year.
J. M. Ralston has removed to Mr.
Blodgctt'a house opposite the Firt
Presbyterian church, where he will re
side until his new house Is completed
Miss Laura Itridgford, ofSeio, who
has Itccn sick for some time, at the resi
dence of David Mason, In Albany, died
on the morning of the 0th, of an Inter
Lj"W. A. Newell has removed tollalsey
wnere ne nas purcnaseu a urug srore.
Mr. Newell Is a gnHl druggist and we,
with a whole lot of his Lebanon friends,
wish him the Ivost of success.
The team ot S. W. Keith, of Soda
ville, took fright while be was loading
some grain at the depot on Tuesday,
and came up town at a lively rate.
Fortunately no damage Mas done to
team of wagon.
(Jco. W. Slavens, of Sweet Home, nr- !
rested for alleged false swearing In the
Herran land claim case, was bound
over in $-00 bonds to appear before the
grand jury at the June term of court.
He furnished bonds.
Our board of county commissioners
on the Stli Inst., raised the bounty on
coyote scalps In Linn county from t to
$10. This action was caused by the re
cent heavy losses from this source
among shee p raisers.
The average number of patients re
ceived at the asylum, at Salem, during
March, was one per day. There are
confined in that Institution 470 pa
tients, 4 more than the building was
built to accommodate
Mr. K. Musselman, one of the wcll-t-do
farmers of this vieinity, favored
Thk Exi'utx with a pleasant call, on
Wednesday, leaving a lot of nice ap
ples, for which The Exi'Ks takes
pleasure in expressing many thanks.
Judge Deady has declared that the
interstate commerce law does not apply
to shipments to San FraiiciKo by way
of the O. C. and O. R. A N. indepen
dent lines, hence any rates may lie
charged In this valley in competition
with other lines.
By permission of Wells, Fargo A Co.,
Mr. I learn, the agent at this place has
established a branch of the money order
department St O. E. Hardy's jewelry
store. This will be convenient for any
one desiring to do business of this kind
through W. F. & Co.
Rev. J. S. M'Cain, formerly of the
Dallas Itt-miser is negotiating with the
proprietors of the Totcn Talk of Salem,
for a half interest in the plant of that
paper. Mr. M'Cain will change the
name of the Talk and run it in the in
terest of prohibition.
The O. &. C. Ik R, willle transferred
to the Southern Pacific on the 1st of
May. The gap now between the O. &
C. and C. & O. is less than thirty miles.
The road will proltably be completed
by October, probably sooner. About
29 miles has yet to Ins finished.
prise in the tasty manner in which he
has fitted up the building which he
now occupies as a saloon opposite the
St. Charles. Such evidence of a desire
to improve is very commendable, on
the part of all business men.
Mr. C. W. Watts, job printer, is get
ting out a pamphlet of the names of
every tax-payer in the county. It
gives the gross'value of property,' in
debtedness, amount of taxable property,
etc. This will le a very valuable little
book for business men and people gen
erally. The Coronor's jury in the Ford case
at Harrisburg reported that in the opin
ion of the members of the jury, Ford
came to his death from a blow on his
head from an unknown person for sup
posed money, but that he had no mon
ey at the time on his person.
Jtr. RufFHiatt informs us that many
cattle are being bought in this vicinity
now. The price of yearlings is from
$9 to ?12.50 per head, while two-year-old's
are bringing $15.00. If Linn
county had lots of them to turn off at
these figures, it -would beat raising
wheat at au average of four-bits per
Marple, the man charged with the
murder of Corker, the Lafayette mer
chant, has been convicted of murder in
the first degree and sentenced to be
hung on the 29th of June, next. It is
claimed there is .good ground for a new
trial; that he was convicted not so much
on evidence, as upon his character
as a laid man.
The people and Common Council of
Harrisburg have ottered a reward of
S'UKMX) for the apprehension of the
murderer of Schuyler Ford, at that city
recently. Why should not the County
Court add something to this amount.
There has been foul play, and then
Is a general interest displayed over the
county generally In A rreting out the
facts In this peculiar case.
N. J. Rod path a young gentleman
well and favorably known in this vicin
ity, returned from Philadelphia, Pa.,
this week ft graduate of the Jefferson
Medical College, of that city. Dr. Red
path, after a short respite from study,
will locate at Olyinpia W. T., in the
practice of his profession. That he
may well succeed, is he wish of his
many friends In which we heartily
(J. W. Humphrey, for wme time
foreman on the Albany Unlit-tin, called
Wednesday, from whom we learn of the
temporary suqcnslon of that paper."
We hope to see It again on our table
the flrxt of May, decidedly Improved.
Such is Bro. Porter's Intention. The
Bulletin has leen the most lively rcj
resentative of Albany's Interests here
tofore and no doubt will ever lie, and
should le appreciated by the people of
the town it has worked so ardently to
benefit. ' .
St age Line.
reference to hi advertisement It
will be seen that It. .UUkmui will run
a stage between this place and Sweet
Home, calling at Kodaville and Water
loo, during this summer commencing
In a few days. The proprietor of Ibis
lino has purchased a new hack and the
accomodation will lie good. While
the regular trips will tie trl-woekly
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
passengers will lie accomodatd on any
day by applying to Mr. (tiltson at his
residence In Imitation. The public
should make a not of this.
Services for tomorrow (Sunday) are
Rev. Wooley will preach at Scto in
the morning and evening.
Rev. Mead at Fairview at 11 o'clock '
Rev. C. A. M' Donald will preach at
the school house, near the steam mill,
at 3u"0 P. M.
. Rev. A. C. Fairehild will preach at
the Academy, Lebanon, this (Saturday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and to-morrow
(Sabbath) at 11 a. m., and at 7 r. M.
The quarterly conference will convene
immediately after the 2 o'ekek service
Must be Free from Disease.
The Oregon A California lk Ik Co.
has Issued the following circular to
all agents, conductors, and ferry col
In oledicnec to an act passed at the
last session of the legislature, of this
state, yon will not receive an v sheep fin
shipment over any lines of this com
pany unhsH the fnirty in ehargo of said
sheep first exhibits a certitl-atc issued
by an insHVtor nftinek of the state of
Oregon, showing that sait sheep are
free from scab, scabies and infections
and contagious diseases.
In way-billing shtvp you will give
the number and date of certificate, and
by whom issued on each wav-hill.
E. P. RImjkiis,
. O. F. & P. Agt.
President B. S. Worsly, the president
of the State fire-men's association, don't
propose to be prevented from hoi. ling
the next tournament by the fact that
Vancouver has lsen able to miso only
223.50. He says : "The association
goes lu this time in better financial trim
than at any time ,sine organization.
We have $4(W on hand ; Astoria fire
men will raise 2-"0 between now and
the date of the tournament ; f 108 is
promised from Eugene, $100 from
Walla Walla, $43 from Lebanon, $100
from McMinville ; Chief Kellogg, Seat
tle, will see that the dieen city of the
Sound will send $100 ; Oregon City will'
contribute $75 ; Albany and Salem $150
apiece. Here is $1,002, and if Vancou
ver contributes $400 more, which, doubt
less, it will, we will go there with $2,
000 hung up to complete for.
FORKS OF THE SANTIAM.
e have a post office now at the
South Santiain R. Ik station, and re
ceive the benefit of a daily mail. It
will probably lie known as Crabtree P.
O., as there are many persons by that
name whom it will accommodate. I
should think It would be a very good
idea for each pojitofliee to le named
after the station at which place it is lo
cated. Prohibition is now talked of a great
ileal. Here, like all other places, peo
ple differ in opinion, and all are prob
ably honest In their belief, and I like
to see any one uphold an honest opin
ion. But I will frankly suggest to
every voter in Oregon to weigh this
matter well before making a final de
cision on such an important subject.
Some say choke liquor down with high
license; others approve of putting a
penalty on the consumer, while an
other class favors prohibiting the man
ufacture of it altogether. I, as a single
individual, would say, nuit making the
stuff, and there surely will be no drunk
enness. Some say they don't drink
much; and they don't believe a little
does them any harm. But a small pig
is very likely to make a big hog. I am
like Dr. Ira Warren, when -he was pre
scribing for a complaint of evil. He
said he could likely benefit the case to
some extent, but the surest plan would
be to abstain. We likely can benefit
the evil habit of drunkenness, but the
surest remedy is prohibition.
Money to loan, Jy Curran
toil b, Albany, Oregon.. .
For the past week, ruin.
A. C. Hatisman visited Portland on
Mrs. A. C. Haustnan and daughter
left fur Portland on Thursday last.
Ueo, Humphrey, deputy slu-rilf of
Linn county, vjsllcd our town on Frl
John Vance of (Irant Co. Or., shook
hands with Brownsville friends on last
The attendance at the North Browns
ville school, for the spring term num.
liers ninety pupils.
On the night of Saturday lost snow
fell to considerable depth, lu themouu
tains south of town.
A. J. Adams and W. Stevenson will
hereafter operate the Brownsville tan
nery, heretofore managed by McLucd.
Ml-a Maggie White, who for th'p:tst
three months has lx-en visiting Vm
gene friends, returned home on Wed
Julius Hyde, who for the past three
months has Is'en residing nt Center
ville, Umatilla Co., returned to Browns
ville on Wednesday last.
And yet the spotted beauties of the
brook tickelith not the palate of Ibe
hungry fisherman. Ti much prohl
tion liquid, boys. Wait till the waters
Phil. Smith, county tax assessor,
passed throught town on Saturday, but
did not tarry long enough to give our
citizens time to find out how much non
ussessable property they owned.
A contract has liecn let to Orebaugh
A Lampsou to build for the firm of
Coshow A Cable, a commodious two
story building which wilt Ik stocked
with a complete line of wagons, agri
cultural Implements and hardware.
Mrs. A. lk RiggH, State President or
the W. C. T. Un delivered a lecture on
the subject oficiiiperaine, at the Bap
tist ebureh on the evening of Thurs
day last. Some very able remarks
were made by W. R. Bishop of l'ort
lainL f -;
Regular meeting of the city father
fook place at tin City Hall on the even
ing of April 7th, all members present.
Sidewalk was ordered built from Jae
gers, t More's preiortyv" The follow
ing, bills were allowed: ). P. Coshow,
$15,00; A. W. Sanard, $21.oo; W. F.
Ryer, flH.00. A tax of 1 mills was lev- (
led on all taxnble town projs rty.
On Sunday last the clerk of the wea
ther must have had leave of aleino
and trusted the manipulation of the
atmospheric changes to some one not
versed ill "handling the keys'' tospring
weather, as thing were slightly mixed
varying from sunshinet shower, from
shower to hail, from hail to "Iteatitiful
snow," and ruunliigthrotigh the entire
garnet of frigid ami tropical changes.
During the past week a number of
emigrants have arrived in town princi
pally from Kansas, who express great
dissatisfaction at the treatment receiv
ed from some of the employee on the
Oregon Short Line. If their state
ments are to tie believed, and there Is
no reason to doubt them, Kiseiigers
over this line are treah-d witn but
scant courtvwy, and suljcHcd to unreas
onable and exorbitant charges, that
certainly are not in accordance with
the rules and regulations Issued by the
managers of the read.
On the evening of Thursday last at
the conclusion of the regular business
of Dowdall Iodge, K. of P., a bevy "f
fair ladies, much to the suprise of the
members of the lodge, took posesslmi
of the "Castle Hall'' and in a short
space of time had tables set and spread
with a generous amount of choice edi
bles, of which the assembled Knights
were invited to partake. A pleasant
evening was passed by all, the supper
was a triumph of culinary art, highly
appreciated by the gui-sts, who tender
ed a vote of thanks to the following
hulk's: Mrs. II. B. Mover, Mrs.
Charley Younger, Mrs. D. Brusha,
Mrs. S. P. Burger, Mrs. T.S. PiUsbury,
Mrs. J. M. Waters, Mrs. W. C. Cooley,
Mrs. J. H. Willaou and Mrs. Ik L.
Blaiu hard. T. S. P.
SWEET H)M E NOTES.
Plenty of rain.
Everthlug very quiet in our little vil
lage. Rev. Cut hey and sister are here visit
James Wheeler from near Lebanon,
Is in this vicinity buying cattle.
F. H. Howell has lieen visiting here
during this week. He says everything
is nourishing down In Polk county,
with fine prospects for good crops.
Col. PhiljMjt was seen on our streets
the other day. He had not had a re
velation lately, but showed us his fine
Bradshaw filly, which is a line stepper.
R. C. Watklns our efficient black
smith, has just received a new set of
tools and is now prepared to lo all
work in his line neatly and on short
The smiling face of Harvey Hamil
ton was seen in our burg Saturday,
with his fine horse. This young stal
lion is known as Sifuglar King and was
lately imported from the Isle of Mada
gascar. II. C. Moran has just returned from
Canyon creek, where he wcut to see
our old friend M'Kinnon, who has
been sick. He found "Mack," very
much Improved and was able to be
around when he left.
We have been Informed that Burnett,
Foster & Co. has bought the Abbott
mill site at this place, and in the near
future Intend building a flouring mill,
saw mill and planer. They will cut a
ditch from Wiley creek to Sweet Home
distance about three miles.
Our school commenced last Monday
under the management of L.K. Brooks
with a very good attendance. The di-
rectors were present and a numU-r of
vlstors. Several Interesting speeches
were made which shows they feci much
Interested lu the welfare ot the school..
ti. K. Brooks has purchased the Wot
erloo grist mill, and will shortly move
thereto and rebuild it in connection
with his mill here. When completed
it will have two sets of buirs, and all
th- latest Improved machinery, and
will Is run us u custom mill where you
can get yourgruin weighed in and your
Dour weighed out to you at living
A soon as the California and Oregon
road is opened for traffic to a jsiint this
side of the Klamath river, ltli the
California olid tho O. A C. will make
strong bid for the travel between Son
Francisco and Portland. It Is thought
that the Klamath will Ih bridged and
the gap redui-cd to itlxiut 2. miles (say
four hours staging) by 2-Mh of May.
As soon as the connection in as close as
this, the O. A C. will put on a Sunday
t rain. Orcrtmhin.
For a good meal, go to the City Res
taurant AUamy. Men Is 2 cents. tf
Local Market Report.
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Lebanon & Sweet Home
H. Y. GIBSON, - Proprietor.
Carrying U. S. Mail.
IjMtvcs Ii-tmnrm fin M'lii.'iiy. Weilni-wlajr anl
lulunlnj-. HcuituiMjt wme flay.
KATKH OF VAIIK:
I r Inn on In Hm"nvlH or WiCitW-i ..v.
Ia-Imuuhi to Street lloiiie MWO
Good New Hack and other Accommoda.
Part- ililrinK lit po lii sny ef t!w lne niimeil
ailnt, iin IntiTVi ulnjj ),() vi i!l 1? w'imii
UrttKl by U.il intr Mt my ivMeut; la
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WALLAtt. 3 TUOXFMJa,
I Geyserite Soaps.
3 Al-JiWY. WtKi.OV,
OREGOKIAN RAILWAY C0MPA8Y.
CHAS. N. SCOTT. - Rscelver.
On mt'l nfliT April 1. IW, ii.l umll fnhT rov
tl- truiit. will run iliiil' ii-si'i siiiiiln;) ol.
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E. E. MONTAGUE, I
i Stationery I
OF A I.I. KINKS.
Foreign and Domestic
Leiianox, Ortoox. I
TTTTTTT TTT-'TTTTT TTTTT TT
The undersigned, on account of ill
health, oilers for sale the following
Ten Acres of Land within five min
utes walk from Ix,lianon, one Good
Slaughter House, Corrals and every
tbinjJ pertaining to a first-class butch
ering business. Also Residence and
Meat Market on Main street, Lebanon.
A Good Sausage Factojy, Brick Smoke
House and a Good Barn. Also Two
Horses and one Butcher Wagon, and all
other . property connectinl with the
business. ICvcrythlng new. For par
ticulars and terms apply ti
mchiW-iil? Lkua-vox, Oukgox.
A. IV llflM IIIMi.
GENERAL ML ERCMANDIS E
New Goods ! !
W sr how recivhis an Iiiuiumisc stock of -
Spring ricl St-imrner Goods,
Which Is the lAiiri-est, C'UolitJ and must cmrilete line of (Jcneral Mcnhaiv
tllsi ever brought to this section of the Willamette valley. Our stock. o(
Iry and Fancy OimhU embraces, all tho newest de Igii's in l'litterns,
htylcs and Qualities, In Drews (toods, n4uding a fiu assortment of
The Celebrated Broadhead Dress Goods,
In new Riid di si ruble colors, which have Jivd Ucn ojooed; out frt
Our stock of White Goods is togo and Complete.
OUR NEW STOCK OF FANCY GOODS
Includes all tho Newest dign and Novelties, In
Hosiery, Corsets, Handkerchiefs, Laces, 'Ribbons; Jerseys,
Ladies' Underwear, Gloves, Mitts, Etc
OU 'FAV 8TOCK OF
Ladies and Childrens' Shoes and Slippers
Wliich Is just tirrlvlnj-, U 0k largest and most complete line ever pur
ihasi d by us, and at prices thut iMfy Cumjtrliiion t
WE KKKP C OXHTAXTLY OX HANI) A COMri4ETK 8TOCK OF
Carpets, Oil-cloths, Mattings, Rugs, Window-Shades. Wall-Paper
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Ifhthest Jfarkct Pr! Paid for ail Kinds if C'oiintry lrothir.
W. B. DON AC A,
.... - Peler Is
Groceries and Povisions,
Tobacco and Cigars,
Confectioner-, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,
Pure Sugar and Maple Syrups.
AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.!
Country I 'rcxHico talutn in Exchnnge for Good a.
GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES." IS MY MOTTO,
Crnrr Erlrk Sforr9 Main Sfrert Lebanon Or,
STOP ! STOP! STOP!
Do You Want Hardware ?
There Ik no ue of ynnr polnff clwlii-rc, wtion you can luy your Ilartlware at
Home. We wmild rtfp.ct fully call your fclitiitiou to our large stock of
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
J3uilcler and Contractors Supplier
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Axes, Saws, Garden Tools.
Ammunition and KisTiing TTaclclQ
1h Complete, and will be aold at Trices that defy Competition,
Fannere will find this the Headquarters for
As we carry the Best goodn in the market. We keep In stock th
Collins' Cast-steel -Plows, John Deere Moline Plows,
Canton Clipper Plows, and the Celebrated
Oliver Chilled Plows. Extras for Each,
AGENTS FOR THE MITCHELL & BAIN WAGONS,
Barbed AVire Sold at Low Figures.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
F. H. ROSCOE & CO., Lebanon, Oregron-
Drr-Goods,Clotliing, Boots & Shoes.
HATS AND CAPS,
-zG R O CE R I E S
Gents' Kurnisli.ing Goods.
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AND THE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS,
Toptilar Hosiery Company.
M. J. MONTKIT1U
New Goods ! !
W; L. Douglas