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The Lebanon Express.
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1S87.
On which Stde are You?
FOR TIIK AMENDMENT.
1. The Christian ministers.
2. The college nrofetwors.
3. AH the Uood Templars.
4. All inerubcrs of the W. C. T. IT.
5. All conscientious moral citizens.
6. The men M ho care more for coun
try than party.
7. The men who spend their evening
at home striving to make life pleasant
for wife and children.
AGAINST THE AMENDMENT.
8. Saloon keepers.
4. "Ward bummers.
5. Murderers and topers.
0. Drinking clergymen (a very scarce
7. Respectable moral drinkers. -
8. Politician!! who caremore for votes
9. The men who shake the dice with
the bartender till they lose all their
money and then borrow ten cental to
buy a loaf of bread for their hungry
Ex-Gov. Foster, of Ohio, says the
annual cost of the liquor traffic In that
Etate is $70,000,000. By taxing the traf
fic the Dow law secures to the state $ 2,
000,000; this leaves the liquor traffic, in
debt to the state in hard cash $ S,tXSo,
000 to say nothing of ruined homes,
bjoken-heftrted women, and starving
children the misery of which cannot
be computed. Is licence profitable.
The Farmer and the Ballot.
The farmer has ten votes to seven of
all other occupations.
They have enough votes to carry an
They can eventually put a stop to the
extortion of railroads agricultural im
plements makers, monoolists, blood
suckers and hyenas everywhere.
They can make their own laws in
every state in the Union.
They can put ten farmers in congress
for one they have there now.
They can have all the comforts and
luxuries now enjoyed in those classes
which prey upon them.
They can combine themselves in a
i compact body.
They can co-operate, can stand by
one another; and if they do so can run
the world or they can "continue to be
the dull, helpless drudges they have
been, the prey of every cunning poli
tician uml Krwiilitrir i th l;tniT nrl
to le known to their Usses as "hay-y.
eeeus" and "mossitacKs."
Farmers and other men who work
" should pull on the same rope. Any
man who tries to put one class of labor
against another is an enemy to lw!h.
A house divided will surely fall."
Division in our ranks i all our enemies
want. Try to head them rft Unite
. against the coinjon foe, and be not U d
orT the track by your worst euemiest,
who sail under the garb of friendship.
Making Farm Life More Attractive.
Those M ho have given the subject at
tention haw noticed how much more
attractive to young men a stock farm
is than one wholly devoted to grain
raising. There is a pleasure connected
with n?aring the improved breeds of
live stock, that makes those engaged in
this business more contented. This
furnishes an opportunity for the exer
cise of skill and judgement very dilt'er
cnt from wh:it is required in the nitre
cultivation of ordinary fild crops.
It may beafely stated that a major
ity of farm-r; sons have a fondness for
young stock, and if given an opportun
ity to care for animals in whi.-ii they
ciin take some pride, there will be less
disposition to seek other pursuits. It
must be borne in mind, however, that
this applies to improved stock, and the
fanner that gm-s on rearing "scrubs,"
while his neighbors have herds and
flocks more pleasing to the eve, and
more profitable ss well, should nt be
surprised to find that his sons, as they
grow older, see the difference and lo
come dissatisfied, as they realize what
contrast there is between their neigh
bor's stock and that at home. In thes
days of very reasonable prices for all
kindsof well-bred stock, the fanner who
fails to avail himself of the favorable
oniortunity to improve his common
ftock, if he has such, is pursuing the.
mofet fehort-sighted olicy.
The board of directors of the State
Firemen's Association met at Vancou
ver, Friday l iglit, April loth, and had
an enthusiastic meeting. The tourna
ment will be held at" Vancouver on
June the loth, 16th and 17th, and the
. outlook for a successful tournament is
very favorable. Twenty topics were
assigned for discussion oy the firemen
of the state and territory at the conven
tion. The following races and prizes
STfwiwr TBce . -
itxK na laiiaer race-
200 yard fon rac
Hfe moo, wet test
State champion hose rnf
Make t brook eowiUnj
Hoe ro"c dry l'
nu-e .- W
Bone Ox eomiiiff greatest ditanee 25
The "speed race" is to be a distance
of 700 feet, cart to carry 2oO feetot hose,
the run to be from score to score.
It might be In place to call the atten
tion of the postal clerks on the Narrow
- Oangeed to the fact that while the
best we can expect is to get Portland
, mail three times a week, it is extremely
' annoying to have them, from some
cause or other, fail in getting our mail
to us that often. It has been intimated
that prohibition would have a good
effect for us in this direction, as these
clerks evidently get terribly muddled
up; so much so as to get their regula-
- tion caps mixed up with the mail mat
ter. Postmaster Montague had the
pleasure of returning one of their caps
a few mornings since. Why are these
things thusly,' Uncle Sam?
Following is a list of lettors remain
ing in the pot oflice at Lebanon, Ore
gon, May 4 1K87 :
' Elliot, John JL Miller, Mrs. Nora.
Fit7.gerald Mrs IL tiirton, Miss M.
Wait, T. B. Warner, Charley.
Wallace, Mrs. S.
Persons calling for the above must
give date of advertising.
JV. MOXTAOI E, P. M.
In many of the Cascade foothills,
says the Silverton Appeal, there is a
growth known as larkspur, which when
' it first makes its apearance in the
spring, is very poisonous, often proving
- fatal to cattle when eaten by them.
Later on, when in bloom, stock mav
- eat it without danger. The usual re
" niedy is to give lard or oil to stock
when suffering from its noxious effects
and when taken in time they can
usiiallv lie saved.
Local and General.
Miss Ettie Ri'ttle i recovering from
a severe attack of fever.
S Mutton sheep are in demand in this
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tHUUlJ IHIW UL III 1C".
This extremely disagreeable weather
is causing much sickness in this part of
Prohibition leagues are being organ
ized all over the slate, and all are work
ing for success hOJovemlier.
An exchange thinks .that whisky
will soon le made of old rags. Per
haps so; but whisky makes rags now.
Mr. Henry Villard will soon visit
Oregon in liis private car which has
not been used since the gold spike days.
Dr. N. J. Redpath left for Olympht,
V. T., Thursday morning, where he
will locate in the practice of his profes
sion. - Miss Francis Charlton, daughter of
ex-heritr Charlton of this place, is
very low. Khe has been an invalid for
nearly a year.
Curtis Baird, ex-superintendent of
schools in Clackamas county, lias Iwen
sentenced to four years in the ptnlten
tiary for crookedness in his office.
" Ve regret to announce the quite ser
ious illness of t. V. Smith Esq. of
th a place. He is sufTorinsr from neu
ralgia complicated with rheumatism.
Tcventy-t wo newspapers in Texas ad
vocate the cause of prohibition, while
about five in Oregon have openly pro
nounced their favor in that direction.
While working in her garden recent
ly, Mrs." Mary Griffin, of Fall Creek,
had the good fortune to find in a lump
of dirt a $o gold eoin bearing date of
The prohibitery amendment whs
counted out, (not defeated), by 3,5110
niaioritv. in Michigan. No doubt the
jsanie game will be tried in Oregon next
In the case of the town Lebanon vs.
J. O. Ro'and on Thursday last, charg
ed with violating tu ordinance by us
ing profane and indecent language, the
defendant was found not guilty.
In another column will be found the
advertisement of A. CHnusman, wag
on maker, Brownsville.- We take pleas
ure In saying to cur readers that Mr.
Hausman is a first-class workman and
he means just what he advertistu.
With the remnant of the state appro
priation, now reduced to alMV.it one
thousand dollars, the immigration com
missioners will keep the office in Port
land open till Septemlier 1. If at that
time a fund to continue the work has
not been raised by subscription, the of
fice must lie closed.
Rank Edgar, of Turner, accompanied
by two other young men, arrived here
at noon vesterday having walked all
the way from Priifcville. They report
a very "rough trip over the mountains.
There was alout ten feet of snow at the
summit and the night they were there
it snowed very hard.
Articles of incorporation of the Eu
gene Electric Light Co. have leen filed
in the Secretary of State's office, with
J. F. Robinson" H.C. Humphrey, F. B.
Dunn ami J. C. Church as incorpora
tors. Capital stock, 20,K. The Com
pany means business and will purchase
the machinery neeevssary in a few
.--"On Wednesday evening last Mr. J.
B. Wirt, who hits been visiting the
eastern states in the interest of immi
gration, gave a lecture at the St.
Charles hotel. Mr. Wirt undoubtly
has been of gcod service to Linn comi
ty during his tripeast. Several parties
Have already came here through his
C. B. Rowland A Co., who recently
;M their general merchandise estalv
lisliment at Jettersoti, on Monday last
purchast of (iradwell A Brenner their
stock of gents furnishing goods in Al
bany' formely owned by Julius Joseph
and "closed by Portland creditors. They
will at once remove to Albany and
reoj)en the business.
1Dr. Lamber-on has leen suffering for
a tew tlays from the etlect of poison oaK.
t)u Sundrtv last it became so serious
that he called in Dr. Courtney, who
found his fellow-physician's head and
face swollen almost beyond reeognatioiuJ
While the Dr. is at loss somewhat ffi
know just where he got the "poison,"
knows too well that he had it. and had
it bad. He is now able to be on the
. The first train of the California A
Oregon road, known as the Portland
express, left San Francisco on Sunday
at 4 p. M and arrived at the terminus
of the road on time, at 9:30 Monday
morning, with thirty-one passengers
en route for Portland and points north.
The through trip was made in forty
hours. This is California enterprise
and we hope to see a whole lot of it in
fused into the business channels of Ore
gon. The more the better.
f Since the Southern Pacific people
have taken control of the O. A C. road
we have from one to two trains a
day more than - heretofore. Lebanon
now has the benefit of two trains daily
while on the main line an additional
train has been put on to Eugene. We
should like to see California capital
control the Narrow Gauge system also.
The little road could be made to pay
well if it was backed by. a company
financially able to put it in condition
to be successfully operated.
At a meeting on Monday last of the
committee of citizens recentlv appoint
ed to prepare for the celebration of the
Fourth of July at Albany, extensive ar
rangements were made for a grand cel
ebration. Various committees wereap
pointed. Hon. J. K. Weatherford will
be president of the dav; George Hum
phrey, marshal; R-v. S. G. Irvine,
chaplain. The celebration will be held
at Hackleman's grove, adjoining the
city. The committee have begun early
in order to advertise well and secure a
Sheriff Harris, of Yamhill county,
says that Marple, for whose execution
on" the 2d of June he holds a warrant,
is quite unconcerned almut the matter
and talks and laughs about it as freely
as any disinterested person. Heappears
to have no realizing sense of his peril
ous position. He says he expects to
hang, and if his time has come he is
ready to go. A petition for the pardon
of Marple is in circulation. It will re
ceive but few signatures in Yamhill
county, as the belief iu Marple's guilt
is very general there.
This very lackward spring makes
everything dull. Even local items are
a rare curiosity on our streets, while
the average bull pun sticks his tail lie
tween his lepsand languidly stretches
himself down on the south side of a
dry goods-box with the forlorn hojw of
catching a glimpse of sunshine. He
; has not animation enough in him to
suggest, a growl, much less to stir up a
nghu iu sucn extreme cases as tins
the penalty for purloining local items
is aliolislicd so far as we are concerned.
Until the spring crop of items get a
little further advanced, we will more
than likely adopt the systematic mode
of editorial ruse introduced into Ore-
f;on by the distinguished editor (in this
ine) of the Jacksonville Time steal
them, "without regard to previous con
dition," under any and ail conditions,
Dr. J. T. Tate is visiting at Seattle.
Dr. E. L. Irvine, formerly of this city,
has been appointed assistant physician
at the asylum.
Mrs. 'Garret son, mother of W. C
Tweedale, arrived in the city yesterday
and will remain several weeks.
Albany will celebrate the coming 4th
of J ul j in aoproprinte style, providing
it ceases to rain before that time.
East year on April 23 strawlierries
were in the market; this year, May 7,
two weeks later, none were yet In.
The next regular meeting of the Linn
county Temperance Alliance will be
held in Pcio, commencing May itt.
Mrs. Capt. Powell and daughter, of
Portland, and Mrs. Dr. Irvii.e, of Sa
lem, are visiting friends in the city.
xVm. Oliermire, living a few miles
from Tangent, Misencd a black Ix-ar
last week, that had been killing his
Last Monday the moil mute over the
0. P. It. R. wase.ttenrted to this place,
and now Allwny is the terminal point
instead of Corvallia.
Mr. D. Mansfield and family, after a
thirty years' residence in Allmny have
removed to Portland, where they will
in the future reside.
Wm. Damials, for a long time with
Messrs Foshay A Mason, has assumed
charge of the medicinial department of
1. Urcenbaum's store.
Dr. J. L. Hill, assisted by Dr. J. P.
Wallace, yesterday successfully remov
ed a lnrgv fatty tumor from the side of
Mrs. It. A. Murphy.
F. W. Pope-Cox, representing an
east electrical house, was in the city
Tuesday, endeavoring to make arrange
ments for lighting the city.
The city council Is holding two spec
ial meetings each week for the purjxise
of arranging the ordinances which are
U'lng printed in book form by C. W.
Julius Joseph, who was recently
ciosed by Portland creditors, has sold
the remainder of his stock to C. B. Ro
land A Va., of Jefferson, who will con
tinue the business here.
According to the recent assessment
the total taxable pnM.rty iu Albany is
nearly one million dollars, and Itefore
the summer has passed will be even
more than that amount.
At the last regular meeting of the
common council an ordinance was pass
ed prohibiting the riding of bievclcs on
any of the sidewalks about the city.
Bicyclists are naturally indignant.
The Salvation Army, with all which
that won! means is upon us ami to-night
at Parrish's hall will open up hostili
ties. What has the city done to be
thus oppressed is a query with many-
At the last regular meeting of Albany
Engine Co. No. 1, Jos. Weblier, C. .
Watts and Walter Parker wereapint
ed a committee of three to make
arrangements for a fircmeu's picnic
sometime this month.
On complaint of Adrian Comely a
a ' negro natiM il Davis was arrested
Tuesday for stealing a sledge hammer.
The negro cinimed he accident ly drop
ped it in the ditch and upon examina
tion it was found there and so he was
Iast Thursday afternoon Mr. J. R.
Stewertson sold his entire truck and
dray business to George Cooper, a Linn
county farmer, who assumed control
the 1st inst. Consideration, ?3,14..
Mr. Stewertson took in exchange Mr.
t Cooper's farm valued at $7,530.
Wm. M. Hoag, vice-president and
general manager of the O. P. railroad,
returned this week from New York and
it is reported that active preparations
will commence at once oil the road.
An immense number of ties are being
made on the line of the road up the
Mr. John Wallace, a fanner living
lietween this city and Lebanon, had a
very narrow escape from sericus injury
a few days since. While rifling home
on hiwvebatk he whs overtaken by a
runaway team. Riding up to the team
he reached over to catch a bridle rein
ami as he tint sothesaildle gave whv
throwing him headlong in front of the
runaways, as ne ieii lie caugiu ine
neck-yoke and in that condition was
dragged several hundred yards Itfore
the team was luckily stopped by a gen
tle man who was out hunting.
COUNTY dOVIlT NOTES.
Application of II. A. Johnson for re
duction of faxes was read and allowed,
except state tax.
Application of J. F. Ellis, tf road dis
trict No. 3 for lumber, allowed; for
Toll rates over the W. V. A C. M. W.
road were fixed as follows: four-horse
wagon, trip each wav, f "t.00; two-horse
wagon, trip each way, ti'.OO; two-horse
hack, through trip, $1.."0; two-horse
bnggv, through trip, f 1.2-; one-horse
busrgv, through trip. $1.00: one-horse
wagon, through trip, fl.00; one horse-
niao, $1.00; lose horses, per head, 2tts;
cattle, per head, lOcts; sheep and hog9,
octs. irrom l-ish Lake, each way:
four-horse wagon, $2; two-horse wag
on, ?l.o0; two-horse hack. SI; two-
horse buggy, $1; one-horse cart, SOets;
one horseman, 25ct3. From Lower
Sxla: two-horse wagon or hack.OOets;
one-horse wagon or cart, 40cts; one
Tue usual number of bills were read
Application of J. D. Parsons et. at
for alteration of road, granted; and
Walter Ketchum, Wm. Ralston and
H. Xickerson appointed viewers.
Application of W. R. Powers et. al.
for a county road was read and grant
ed; and S. A. Dawson, . K. lent pie
ami IT. ft. INiw-,11 nnnointed viewers.
J. W. Orimes, of Harrisburg, was ap
pointed stock inspector fr Linn couii-
tv in accordance with a law passed by
the last legislature. '
The report of the tax collector was
read and the county clerk Mas ordered
to make a transcript of the delinquent
tax list and turn over to the sheriff for
Spring Bank Items.
Ed. Sutton has gone on a pleasure
J. Sutton's house is Hearing comple
Miss Carrie Sutton is visiting at Mrs.
Mr. Dollarhide aud family are visit
ing at Mr. Bruces.
Mr. P. Starr prerches here the first
Sunday of each month.
Mat hew McPherson of Fern Ridge is
visiting his son George.
Rosa Humphrey has moved Into the
house of V . II. McPherson.
Geo. W. McPherson jnd family In
tend to go to Texas this month
The eldest son of James Tucker is
visiting his father of Spring Bank.
We think G. F. Reed is not in favor
of Chinese labor as he has six white
men grubbing for him.
The school of this placets progress
ing nicely under the guioance oi jiiss
Callie Morris. The number of pupils
i enrolled arc '. H. M.
The first of May, who moves?
J. M Moyer left for Portland on Sat
Alonzo Kevs. during the past week
departed for Colfax.
Dr. R. H. Curl is visiting Scio
C, E. Rockwell returned home
the evening of Saturday.
Coshow & Cable's new agricultural
depot Is nearly completed.
On Monday Inst James M'llarge took
charge of the Wlllson hotel.
Ed. Starr visited his brother Dr. I.
W. Starr, on Saturday Inst.
Just received, new watches, chains.
and rings, by Pillsbury the jeweler.
The B. W. M. Co. have completed re
pairs aud are now running on time.
Finley McRae and family returned to
Moyer'a logging camp, on Wednesday
During the past week Thomas Kav
sr. lost by death a fine mare valued at
Mrs. Jar A. Bishop, on Thursday
last departed for Portland to visit fam
William Cochrane and wife on Tues
day lnst arrived home from California,
V. M. Sawyer in charge of Moyer'a
logging camp, i eparted for that place
on Tuesday last.
Mrs. Thomas Kny who has Iteen
somewhat ill during the past week, is
improving in neaitn.
G. A. Dyson has completed a new
picket fence, adding greatly to the ap
pcraneeof his property.
Mrs. John Brown who has been ser
iously 111 with neuralgia. Is sufltring
intenslly from the affliction.
-The new hell for the Baptist church
was swung into position on Tuesday
last. It weighs 4no lts and gives forth
a clear musical sound.
Miss Viola Tharp, who has been eon-
fined to the house for the past week
suffering from an attack of chills and
fever, is convtlescing fast.
At the regular meeting of the W. V.
T. U., Mrs. R. N. Thompson and Mrs.
I. W. Starr, were appointed delegates
to the state W. C. T. U., convening at
The Dalles, May 18th, 1S87.
At the Baptist church on Sunday.
snhlmth school was held fit 2 P. M.
Young peoples prayer ni"etingatWp. M.
Rev. C. A. Wooley", held morning and
evening services at the Presbyterian
The Commercial hotel W of the past.
the former proprietor John Williams,
removing to give possession to Robt.
Sanders who has purchased the proper
ty, which he will iu the future occupy
as a uweiiing.
At the North Brownsville city hall
o?i the evening of May 13th. Rev.T. J.
YV lllson of llalsey, chairman or the
Linn Co. lemp'rance Al. lance, will
deliver a lecture on th subject of pro
hibition. The Rev. Wlllson is an aide
speaker, and all attending will receive
an intellectual treat.
Theounrtelv meetingof the Browns
ville. M. E. church, will lie .held.
commencing May 14th, and continue
In jt over the following Stmd iv. Elder
8. P. Willson will lie in attendance
and on Sunday evening will deliver a
lecture, f ublect the Prohibit ion smend-
nicnt. Elder S. P. Willson has the re
putation of an eloquent siaker, and
will prolwibly handle the subject under
discussion in an able manner. I jet all
attend. T. S. P.
Flour has gone up to f i.35 per sack
in the Itogue river valley.
The bald-headed American eagle is
petting ready to scream at Sumuierville
Drummer renort Oreron l-nsiness as
being more lively than far three or four
Farmers on Butte creek. Marion
county, are agitating the question of
starting a creamery.
The daily mail bet ween Ashland and
Einkville "will be discontinued June
30 next, it is reported.
In Jackson county sheep shearing is
now progressing and the vield will be
large and of excellent quality.
Eugene City now rejoices in a fine
system of water works, frnni which
every house in the city can le supplied.
A report is in circulatian thakopiiosi
tlon boats will be placed on tlie Colum
bia river within the next two months.
A few days asro John Robbins shot
and killed a large catamount on his
farm near Dallas. It measured three
feet from tip to tip.
The rain and snow and cold winds
on Tuesday night of last week made it
difficult for the new lamb crop to sur
vive, says a Prineville paper.
Win. Pniebstel, county stock inspect
or of Union, started out "last week on a
trip over the county, for the purpose of
examining tlie condition oi stocK.
The Whitman mine In Pine creek is
down 100 feet and shows a vein five
feet in width. The superintendent,
Prof. Luce, says the ore is rich enough.
The cold,' wet weather of the past
few weeks has been rough on sheep
men ana nas cost tne Die or many a
new born laxub In the viciuity of "La-
U ran ile.
A platform for 100 feet long for the
accommodation of nassenirers who will
take meals there, is being built at Bed
ford on the east side of the track, oppo
site the depot.
All reports state that there is consi
derable snow in the mountains, and
the present cold weather will have the
etlect to produce very high witter the
y Prineville, which town has been
K i.l. A. 1 1 I . It,
wiinout. a sciiooi noue or a punnc
school for a long time, have voted to
lioud the town for $8,0U0 and build a
new school building.
It is stated on good authority that a
lime rock deposit exists on the South
Fork of Crooked river, and two gen
tlemen who are old liniehurncrs have
gone np there to prospect it.
La Grande Journal: Starkey Prairie
Is seven miles wide and about sixteen
long. New families are constantly
coming in and taking up land, which
is said to be rich and productive.
The Grant county Nrvm warnlngly
exclaims: Look out for high watter the
coming summer. Plenty of snow in
the mountains, and the cool weather is
holding it there to come down all at
once with a hot sun.
The warm weather for the past few
days has caused 1'owder river to rise
rapidly. The overflow of the river will
lie of vast benefit to t he hay ranches in
the valley, and just the needed ; thing
to insure good iiay cro.
Southern Oregon has more veteran
of the Mexican war than would be sup
posed resided here at this date, says a
Jacksonville paper. Many ot them
have perfected their papers and will
soon draw pensions they mcrrit so
IN MEMORY OF EDWARD MILLS.
BY Lit) A RK X.
Lei tu not tliink we're forgotten by onr loved one
Nor that nil fllit of un has Taulxhecl hen he en-
Ivred heaven' ior.
Eye that hre are clixsxl In darknem there are
ftar.life front on liifrh,
WMtrliliiir. waiting lor our footep in the ecmtng
by aud by.
Though cmr parting here wo bitter and the hands
claeil very tlsht,
Thoiiph our learn full all unheeited o'er hi face so
tuld and white.
Thonirh the priwlesn kive we lavished from the
. death that hovrrvd nih.
Could not i-nve him, but we'll meet him In the
coming by and by.
Thowrh his hand on earth frrew weary further on
they'll frrap our ow u.
Lead lis ihr''KU ihe (fate f 4asrr up to the
(Treat wl.it throne.
Kdward's love seerusw much needed our yearning
He has not teft us but preeceded to a sweeter by
Though our live seem oh! o lonely since beneath
All that made it dear to n tis from sight forever
Though our earthly home I broken, yet, up yon
der in the kv
There I a mansion ready waiting for our coming
by and by.
Thoufrh we eannot cea to sorrow and we never
That ihe -incc death here made vara lit ever mutt
be vacant yet;
Though our hearts so torn and bleeding still our
laith hi Ood to try.
And we know HVs ready waiting for us in that
blewed by and by.
Let u mint not though we are hidden by the
brightness of the sun.
II Is only the (fleams of Klrtdnew sure to ne reflect
ed ere the dav is done. .
Peaceful yet will" be the dawning and Its bright
new we dcM-rv,
How my hear; U yearning for the meeting by aud
Watkbloo, On.. May .
Boots and Shoe.
When in Albany call upon N. II. Al
len A Co., if you need anything in the
boot and shiss line. Thev have in stock
a full line of H. J. Ilolbrook A Co's.
fine shoes, for ladies aud children the
best In the market. Also C. M. Hen
derson A Co's. fine shoes for gentleman .
None lietter made. They guarantee all
goods as represented. no8-Sm
Dry Goods, etc
N. II. Allen A Co., Albany, Or., hav
in stock the most complete line or fine
dress goods, silks, velvets, etc., this
side of Portland. Also wah fabrics of
all kinds, and late novelties in every
line. Ladies, when in Albany, call on
Allen A Co., and insjeet stock and
prices. Samples sent ipou application
when desired. no8-3m
For a good meal, co to the City Res
taurant Allianr. Meals '2,'t cents. tf
Money to loan, by Curran
teith, Albany, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
owning a dog or docs, in the corporate
limits of the town of Lelwnoii, that the
tax on the same is now due and must
lie paid within ten days from the date
of this notice, llv order of the eounciL
It. S. liOBKRTS,
Lebanon-, Or, May 4, 1867.
Call at Andrews . ilat klc man's and
see those John Munnell Co s. solar
tippet! childrens' and Misses' shoes
They are the best made, and pretty,
Forty acres of good farming land, one
fourth mile west of Santiam Acad
emy, Lebanon, Or"gen. Crop
Pries, $50 per Acre. Ons-lalf, Cash.
For particulars enquire of A. R. Cyras,
or of J. N. McDjuald on p realists.
0REG03IAX RAILWAY COSPASt.
CHAS. N. SCOTT. - Receiver.
On and after April 1. IR7, and until further no
tice trains will run daily (trxerj Sunday) as fol
Coburjr Mail. 1 1
land. Tow aril Port
land. Lv. 10.00 a.m.
Lv 2 i5
Meet No 2.
Johnson's Milt, "
East Sile JuitelRtn,
North Saul jam,
Cob u nr.
Ar 6.4.1 r. x.
Meet So 1,
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You -:- Certainly
Why don't you go to BLAIN, the
Leader in Clothing.
AN IMMENSE STOCK
IN ALL GRADES,
From Eastern Factories.
Nobby Patterns & Styles, Cheap.
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE
PARTMENT. We are confident of Pleasing you. All
we ask Is the opportunity of
Through our Stock.
WE ALSO KEEP IJf STOCK
The Celebrated Brownsillle Goods.
Lr. E. BLAIN,
j Leading Clothier and Merchant Tailor,
A MIA NY, ORKTCON.
A. C. CHURCHtM.
CHURCHILL & MONTEITH.
G enera L M erchandis B
LEBANON, ' OREGON. V-
Ngav Goods ! !
We are now reeeiviiifr, an Immense stock of
Spring and. Summer Goods,
Which is the Largest, Choicest and most complete line of General Merchan
dise ever brought to this section of the Willamette valley. Our stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods embraces all the newest de igns in Patterns,
Styles and Qualities, in Dress Goods, including a fine assortment of
The Celebrated Broadhead Dress Goods,
In new and desirable colors, which have just been opened out for
Our stock of White Goods is Large and Complete.
OUR NEW STOCK OF FANCY GOODS
Includes all the Newest designs and Novelties In
Hosiery, Corsets, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Ribbons, Jerseys,
LadiesVUnderwear, Gloves, Mitts, Etc.
Ladies' and Childrens Shoes and Slippers
Which is just arriving, is the largest and most complete line ever pur
chased by us, and at prices that Defy Competition I
WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Carpets, Oil-cloths, Mattings, Rugs, Window-Shades, Wail-Paper
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Highest Market Price Paid for all Kinds of Country Produce.
W. B. DON AC A,
Groceries and Povisions,
Tobacco and Cigars,
Confectionery, Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,
Pure Sugar and Maple Syrups.
AGENTS' FURNISHING GOODSi
Country T'rocluce taken in Exchange for Goods.
GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES," IS MY MOTTO.
Corner Brick Store, Main Street, Lebanon, Or.
STOP! STOP! STOP!
Do You Want Hardware I
There is no use of yonr going elsnrhcre, when you can buy your Hardware at
Home. We would respectfully call your attention to our large stock of
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE,
Builders and Contractors Supplies,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Axes, Saws, Garden Tools.
r Our stock of
A-rorrruinition and Fishing Tackle
Is Complete, and wiU be sold at Prices that defy Competition.
Farmers will find this the Headquarters for
Aa we carry the Best goods in the market, We keep in stock the
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 Wire Sold at Low Figures.
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED.
F. H. ROSCOE & CO., Lebanon, Oregon.
Dty-Goods,Clothing, Boots & Shoes.
HATS AND CAPS,
-NG R O C
Gents' Kvirnishing Goods.
BO O T S .
AND THE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS,
Popular Hosiery Company.
M. J. MO XT PITH.
New Goods ! !
E R I E S ,
W. L. Douglas
S HO E .